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Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran: report | TheHill - The Hill

Armed American Show

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran: report | TheHill - The Hill

"Police behavior. Bahrain reportedly stops a planned terrorist attack by Iranian backed militants, Saudi state television reports, diplomats and foreigners in by rain where the intended targets by rains. Interior Ministry didn't acknowledge the arrest, but local media reports police raided a home Showing assault rifles and explosives. At least nine are under arrest by rain is home to the U. S. Navy's fifth Fleet, and tensions between Iran and the US remain high ever since the Trump administration re invoked all U. N sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear program. Just days ago by rain normalized relations with Israel. Rob

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Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran

Johnny Rocket Launch Pad

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

Bahrain prevents 'terrorist attack' backed by Iran

"A terrorist attack from Iranian bagged militants apparently stopped by Bahrain, Saudi state television reports, diplomats and foreigners in by rain where the intended targets by rains. Interior Ministry didn't acknowledge the arrest, but local media reports, police raided a home showing assault rifles and explosives. At least nine are under arrest. Rain is home to the U. S. Navy's fifth fleet, and tensions between Iran and the US remain high percent. The Trump Administration re invoked all U. N sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear

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US reimposes UN sanctions on Iran amid increasing tensions

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:24 sec | 4 d ago

US reimposes UN sanctions on Iran amid increasing tensions

"Mike Pompeo says the U. S. Will impose U. N sanctions against Iran. The move is expected to get little support from US allies. The gesture comes after the White House failed to extend the conventional weapons embargo that is set to expire next month. Under the nuclear deal with Tehran. Other countries in the U. N have rejected America's arguments that it could impose sanctions that were lifted under the Iran nuclear deal that the Trump Administration backed out of in 2018. A number of

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VPNs in Tehrans crosshairs

The CyberWire

01:49 min | Last week

VPNs in Tehrans crosshairs

"Sister the US cybersecurity and infrastructure security agency has warned in a joint issued with the FBI that threat actors based in Iran have increased their exploitation of known vulnerabilities in virtual private networks. VPN Use has spiked during the pandemic and the attackers are taking advantage of the expanded attack surface. Federal agencies are being targeted. So, our private sector organizations mostly in healthcare technology, financial insurance, and the media. The attackers are making much use of three web shells, tiny China chopper, and Chunky. And tunneling. Tools F. R. P. C. and Chisel with F. R. P. C. used over port seventy, five, fifty, seven. Ceasar and the FBI I note that the Iranian threat actors use end Gronk a great deal, and this may appear as TCP port four forty-three connections to external cloud based infrastructure. The, two agencies offer some advice for mitigating the risk. These campaigns present they come down for the most part to sound digital hygiene. If you haven't patched for the tricks, CV e two, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, eighty, one, vulnerability do so CISA. Alert a twenty, thirty one a offers some recommendations in this regard. You should also as a matter of routine audit, your configuration and patch management programs. The agencies also recommend monitoring network traffic for unexpected and unapproved protocols. They recommend using multi factor authentication and implementing the principle of least privilege with respect to data access, and of course, keep software up to date. You can read the whole thing yourself in Cisa a twenty, dash two, five, nine, A.

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President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

All Things Considered

03:19 min | Last week

President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

"The White House was trying to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict with the quote deal of the century, but the Palestinians were not among those signing the so called Abraham Accords today. It was the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain, agreeing to open diplomatic and economic ties with Israel. President Trump's staged an elaborate ceremony to mark the occasion were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn of a new Middle East. Neither Bahrain nor the United Arab Emirates were at war with Israel. They had been working quietly together to counter Iran. Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, thanked the the US US president, president, You You have have unequivocally unequivocally stood stood by by Israel Israel side. side. You You have have boldly boldly confronted confronted the the tyrants tyrants of of Tehran. Tehran. You've proposed a realistic vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Palestinian see the deal's as a betrayal by their Arab allies and an effort by the Trump administration to undermine the Arab peace initiative. That plan calls for normalization with Israel after the Israeli Palestinian conflict is resolved. The Trump Administration took a different approach, says Aaron David Miller of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. They reserved all the honey for Israel in the key Arab states and all the vinegar for the Palestinians. The idea is that as Arab states normalize ties with Israel and get big arms deals with the U. S. They will put pressure on the Palestinians to make peace with Israel on terms more favourable to Netanyahu. Miller says It's known as the outside in approach, and he recalls numerous conversations about this with Trump's son in law and advisor Jared Kushner. It was just easier for them. It was more attractive for them. It was much more in keeping with the pro Israeli sensibilities both for political reasons, and in the case of Mr Questioner and others emotionally To align themselves with the eyes outside in approach. It's starting to pay off. But the Trump administration is still short of its ultimate prize, Miller says. Getting Saudi Arabia on board. My only concern is that they have hyped and Who plotted to the point where That may not yet be wanted. But if other Arab states join the party, particularly the Saudis, then I think you've got something that will be much more enduring. The Arab foreign minister say they're not turning their backs on Palestinians and Moradi Abdullah bin Zayed, speaking through an interpreter reminded Netanyahu that he agreed to suspend plans to annex parts of the Israeli occupied West Bank. You can look after dark cell. Um thank you for choosing peace and for halting the annexation off Palestinian territories at position that reinforces our shared will To achieve a better future for generations to come. In this time of a pandemic. The men didn't wear masks as they signed their deals with Israel. They did, however, avoid a public handshake. And while the ceremony was taking place at the White House, Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets into southern Israel.

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Arian Moayed On How Fear Never Leaves, And Why You Should  Just Keep Going

Good Life Project

06:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Arian Moayed On How Fear Never Leaves, And Why You Should Just Keep Going

"I believe in curiosity I just I. Just think that we can't do anything without it early and just asking people obey the is basically a version of empathy. Enemy. Empathizing with WHO people are and what they do over were you the curious kid like is this something that's been part of your life or somebody who cultivated? Yeah. I mean. I think the circumstances of my life you know being born in Iran and then moving here as young immigrants in the eighties where Iran was like enemy enemy number one if you recall. And like Iran Russia which kind of back there again I kind of felt that like you know I was so curious about this world is culture and I think that's kind of where it started also you know It's crazy. It was crazy. My parents don't speak any the my spirit's English is not great. The they came here when they were forty and fifty. The I mean it's not like they. You know I'm thirty seven. So like imagining myself in three years time taking all of an IV and Chrissy and saying, Hey, well, going to move to China and we're GONNA make this. We're going to make life better in China as a show I mean that's All you can be as curious I. Guess. Yeah. I guess. So how so how old were you when you actually let on? Well, we laughed Iran you know it's hard to tell because at time here was crazy there was a war happening and I think a lot of you especially you a bit younger don't don't really remember that whole window of of our history and our relationship with Sir Yeah, the Middle East Yeah. Yeah it's complicated. It's long and it's GonNa either bore fascinate all of you guys. But the the the the the truth is we you know it's it's. It's it's hard to talk about because there's so many levels to like how crazy it is. One is my mom was married to my dad at the age of thirteen. My mom was thirteen Wendo arranged marriage. My mom is pretty standard. You know it was on the outs in that time period. Yeah. But my parent, my mom's mom was a single mom she was the youngest you know she couldn't make she couldn't make it happen, and so she had to like you know she had to like give I, guess her her daughter La youngest daughter away and so then my dad, my dad's they were more religious than my mom's side was and so. They got arranged. My mom had her first kid at fifteen years old her second kid at sixteen and Arthur kid eighteen, and then had me when she was thirty five. So my siblings are seventeen eighteen in. I'm sorry. Yes. Some teen eighteen basically twenty years than me. So, and then and then the revolution hit seventy nine. And then a war hit right after that because Saddam invaded with you know and then got the support of the United States. You know because we of the Iranian situation and then we were in a war. And so everyone was closed inside as is bombings happening all over Tehran all over the border, and so we were indoors and and you know when when people get doors and there's a lot of fear in the air of uncertainty, you procreate you know and so the baby boom in Iran happened at that moment in seventy nine to eighty five, where like sixty percent of Iranian. Population right now in Iran is under the age of forty. Fascinating you walk down the street and everyone's young. So anyway and then and then. CRAZILY my brother. My oldest brother was sixteen. When he graduated high school in Iran, his name is Amir And then he went to A. He got accepted to a school in. CHICAGO. Right. When he was sixteen. So sixteen twentyish he's in Chicago, ish issue like something like that, and then the revolution hit. And then my brother was like should I come back and. My parents were like you're never coming back here will come to you. And then in that time period. My. Youngest my brother that's closest to me who seventeen his name is. Oh, mead omen was drafted in the Iran Iraq war. And fought three years in that war. With a couple of my cousins who are who are who have passed away who died in that war one of them, which data that were, and then my brother was in war my sister was in the middle there. I was just born. We got the F out of town and we went we went as far as my dad's connections and money and. You know and you know connections could could could take you in that was Dubai. We've got to Dubai who lived in the Arab Emirates and we were there for off and on for about five years and then and then we and then you know a long period of time you know no one heard it from my brother was fight in the war. And trying to and trying to try to like move three pieces ahead while also like making sure the pieces back here it's a chess game you know and and dangerous one. And then my dad then. We had were that Amigos live. We went back to Iran. Might he got back? He was no nine, hundred twenty you know fought three years in a war in a city called Oh mead his name is omitted, which means hope and wherever like was slaughtered murdered and died because it was a brutal war brutal war and he he's a twenty year old brainwashed you know. PTSD. Kid. And in that time period as we're figuring out to go back to Dubai and come back, my sister falls in love. Falls in love with the guy and and then that made things tricky and then, and then we all laughed and my sister stay. So I- sister got the states in two thousand and three we left in eighty five. So An and then we came to the states and again you know the analogy that the Chinese like us like you and me and you taking your family and your son going to China or whatever language that you don't know our culture, the No, and you're like, this is the best news for us. Now you know you're GonNa, you're not going to be easy and so in all of that, you just get you know a a sense of like the world in a very kind of complicated way. A very young age and and not only do they not speak the language they don't know what? Christmases. They don't know what Hanukkah is. They don't have any idea why people are going to church all the time. They have no clue why the cars are this way they don't know why the food is patching. There's nothing that is familiar. There's nothing that you can empathize with as as an Iranian living in the states and being like I know this thing and so in all that you are learning rapidly. You know a very drastic way and so that curiosity might have had something to do with it. I'm not really sure

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As World Powers Push To Implement Iran Nuclear Deal - Who Needs America?

The World

05:21 min | 3 weeks ago

As World Powers Push To Implement Iran Nuclear Deal - Who Needs America?

"At the United Nations. The Trump administration wanted support to restore economic sanctions on Iran. European nations as the U. N. Security Council were having none of it. It was a humiliating defeat for Washington. Robert Malley is here to help us make sense of this rift. He's a former White House negotiator for the 2015 Iran nuclear deal and the current president of the International Crisis Group in Brussels. Robert. Why are European nations rejecting Washington's request for more sanctions? Well, I think it's going to take a step back and and try to look at what the Trump administration was trying to do. President withdrew from disagreement some time ago and value to the agreement by reimposing unilateral U. S sanctions even though Iran at the time had been living up to the deal. That is not just me saying it. The U. S. Was saying it itself. The nuclear inspectors were saying it as well. So the US withdraws from the deal and then comes back a year or two later and says. We now want invoke a provision of this deal that we have withdrawn from him that we have violated in order to force other countries. The U. N system as a whole to reimpose collective sanctions on Iran and European countries have been saying for some time. Something that says you do not have the ability to bring back these sanctions since you walked away from the deal under which these sanctions were going to be re important, but at the same time Iran is violating the terms of the 2015 around nuclear deal. So why not hold him to it? I mean, the European countries are trying have invoked a dispute resolution mechanism in the deal itself to try to work out this problem with the rains. That's the way to tell is supposed to work. Iran into European nations and others. Russia and China are supposed to sit down, which they have done episodic in covert. 19 has since gotten in the way, so they still keep the calibrating the response. But it just doesn't compute for Europeans and they told the U. S. For a long time. Let's try to work together to try to resolve this rather than you going your own way and violating the deal withdrawn from the deal. And then, as I said, invoking A provision of the deal to try to reimpose sanctions. But why can't the remaining countries who are in the deal with Iran? Why can't they snap back the sanctions? They could. Of course, we could send back the sanctions. They certainly would be in their right to snap back the sanctions. They just don't see the logic to snapping back sanctions against the country that had been faithfully respecting the provisions of the deal until the U. S withdrew. From their view is the best way to get back into compliance is for the U. S. Two. Restore its sanctions relief and for Iran to come back into compliance with the deal, But they're hard to imagine that happening under the trump. Well, yeah, it's not. So where does that leave? The European countries were still part of the deal? What's the strategy? It is them ism in a waiting game. They want to see. You know the vote that happened of Security Council was one vote. The important one is the one that's gonna happen in the U. S on November 3rd and they want they're waiting to see as so many whether vice President Joe Biden is elected or President. Trump has re elected vice president Biden is elected he has committed To returning to the in which case if Iran returns into compliance, we're back to no more or less where we were before, and if they don't then the Europeans might well consider reimposing sanctions. If President Trump is elected. I think their view is the secure. The nuclear deal is buried. And at that point, let's turn the page and see where we go. Just happened to you and Was an exercise to buy time by the Europeans and others. Let's see what happened in November and see whether the nuclear deal can live to fight another day in job after General 20. Okay, let's turn to Russia and China Since the nuclear deal was signed in 2015, Russia and China have kind of changed their behavior toward Iran, and they're reportedly now interested in resuming arms sales to Tehran. How do you see their change of heart towards their own? Not that it's really change of heart. I think they've always wanted to maintain strong relations with the RAF, although they were concerned by the prospect of Iran developing a nuclear weapon, I've suspected you might see some arm cells to Iran occurring and the conventional weapons in balance between Iran and neighbors is such a lot would have to do a lot to make up. I think this is not necessarily going to be a game changer. I don't expect that we're going to see a major arms purchase from Iran's simply because they are suffering from huge economic problems of their own. What could this diplomatic standoff mean for the future of the Security Council? You know, it's not good for the Security Council security because we really are in analysis in Wonderland world where the U. S is going to say, 30 days from now, the U. S will say sanctions back the rest of the council and the rest of the world will say no, That's not the case And so you'll live into with two parallel universes. That's not good, but let's also put it in perspective. It's not the first time the Security Council has gone through a crisis. Just think back to the Iraq war, so there have been other cases. Where the council has got through huge divisions. I think there's two lessons to be drawn. We're going to see those crises and the Security Council will survive them. On the other hand, the Security Council is not that effective a body when the main powers that comprise it are not able to speak in one voice that's reflected in the Security Council, which is simply a mirror image of the state of global politics. Robert Malley is the former White House negotiator for the 2015 Iran

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UN watchdog: Iran to allow access to 2 suspected nuke sites

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

UN watchdog: Iran to allow access to 2 suspected nuke sites

"The even commerce the nuclear department watchdog says orders agency for big says ticket Tehran US has manufactured agreed to goods allow inspectors jumped eleven into two percent sides in with July Iran the is third suspected straight monthly of having stored gain or used July's undeclared increase nuclear was led material by the transportation the sector international which atomic surged energy thirty agency five and a half says percent Iran was the voluntarily increase was due providing to a nearly the twenty I. A. two percent E. A. gain in with orders access for motor to the vehicles two locations and parts specified by helping the watchdog to offset another adding big in a joint decline statement in demand with the wrong for commercial that aircraft the dates for the inspections airlines are had continuing been agreed to cancel but didn't previous say when orders they would take place in the face of Iran a plunge has been in air resisting travel providing link to access the corona to virus the sites which but economists is thought to be caution from the early that two the upward thousands trend in durable before it goods signed could falter the twenty fifteen if Kobe nuclear dying deal teen with infection world powers surgeon maintaining the fall the I. forcing eight more EA factories had to no shut legal down basis my to visit camp them in Washington I'm Charles the last month

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Iran says sabotage caused explosion at Natanz nuclear site

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last month

Iran says sabotage caused explosion at Natanz nuclear site

"Says that spectacular explosion and fire at its Natanz nuclear facility last month was the result of sabotage. Information comes from Iran's Atomic Energy Organization. Some Iranian officials have said that if there was a cyber sabotage that Tehran would retaliate against any country that carried out such attacks. An article in Iran State news Agency raised the possibility of cyber of sabotage by enemies such as Israel and the US that would stop short of accusing those countries directly.

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Can Pompeo nail the coffin closed on the Iran nuclear deal?

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | Last month

Can Pompeo nail the coffin closed on the Iran nuclear deal?

"Is formally notified the United Nations of its demand that all international sanctions against Iran be restored. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U. S retains the right Despite its withdrawal from the multinational nuclear deal with Iran. President Trump in this administration have discarded the fiction that the regime merrily seeks a peaceful nuclear program. We will never allow the Islamic Republic of Iran. You have a nuclear weapon. Iran's permanent representative to the U. N. Majid talk, Lavanchy calls the US demands abusive and illegal. The US move. Is a clear example of abusing the process. Which in which is prohibited under international law. Russia and other members of the U. N. Security Council agree. Meanwhile, the U. S. Is extending its arms embargo against Tehran, which is set to expire in mid October. This

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U.S. Seizes More Than 1 Million Barrels Of Iranian Petroleum From Tankers

All Things Considered

03:48 min | Last month

U.S. Seizes More Than 1 Million Barrels Of Iranian Petroleum From Tankers

"The U. S. Has seized more than a 1,000,000 barrels of Iranian fuel aboard four tankers that we're heading to Venezuela. The Justice Department called it the largest ever seizure of fuel shipments from Iran and said it was because the tankers were in violation of sanctions. The move is part of the Trump administration's campaign of maximum pressure on Iran. NPR's Jackie Northam has been following the story and joins us now. Hi, Jackie. Hi, Sarah. So what can you tell us about what happened with these ships? Right where the seizure of these for Greek own ships happened earlier this week, and the Justice Department says the order to seize and confiscate the cargo was issued by a U. S District court and that the US along with the assistance of foreign Partners confiscated the cargo on board and this was done by a ship to ship transfer of the fuel. You know, it's a little uncertain what type of fuel there talking about. It could be bunker fuel, which is used for heavy machinery, and I like Or just plain old gasoline. Either way, it was bound for Venezuela, and now it's believed to be bound for the U. S. And the Justice Department says the proceeds from its sale will go toward the fund for victims of state sponsored terrorism. And where those four tankers now are. They also on their way to the U. S. Well, it's unclear right now. The four tankers turned off their location. Transponder is more than three months ago, so we don't know where they are. At the moment. If the U. S has the ships they could be brought back here to the U. S and sold at auction. They could have been handed back to the Greek shipowner. We don't know. I talked to a couple of analyst today, including shipping analysts, and this action is really just seen as part of a broader effort by the Trump administration to put pressure on Iran by going after shipping companies. That are carrying Iranian fuel or oil, or even the insurance companies that they use and threatening to sanction them. If they deal with the Iranians, you know. For the past few years, the administration has been heavily sanctioning Iranian in Venezuelan, for that matter, companies and individuals and this is just a different route to apply pressure on the regime. And what is Iran's saying about this? Well. Iran's ambassador to Venezuela rejected the US justification for this seizure and confiscation as fake news, and he called it another lie and psychological warfare by US propaganda machine and said that the tanker's have nothing to do with Iran. The fact is, Iran really needs the money from its oil sales. They've been hit very hard by the Trump administration's maximum pressure campaign, which will sanction any country dealing with Iran. So any sales that it makes have to be kept quiet. And you know, even though this is a seizure of just over a 1,000,000 barrels, it's a shot by the US directly towards Tehran. And we're hearing about the seizure. Just today. After the U. S. Announced it had brokered an agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. They're going to establish full diplomatic relations. That new friendship is seen as being driven by their mutual dislike for Iran. So Iran maybe feeling more isolated. Now, Jackie is Iran expected to retaliate for the seizure of its ships. Battleground, has vowed to resist US attempts to isolated and could certainly see these events as a really challenge and feel it may need to stand up for itself using whatever is available for them to respond. You know it might try to seize vessels of its own if you be called just over a year ago, Iran seized a British oil tanker and it's 23 crew members in the Strait of Hormuz in retaliation for British forces detaining on Iranian tanker in Gibraltar also last year, is believed Iran was using Mine's to attack ships in the Persian Gulf and you know, the U. S says already In the last few days, Iranian forces boarded a ship trying to take the petroleum on board but wasn't successful.

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US says Iran briefly seizes oil tanker near Strait of Hormuz

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

US says Iran briefly seizes oil tanker near Strait of Hormuz

"An official says the Iranian navy has bolted and briefly seized a Liberian flagged oil tanker near the strategic strait of home lose amid heightened tensions between Tehran and the U. S. the U. S. military Central Command has published a black and white video showing what appears to be special forces foss ripping down from a helicopter under the M. V. Willa who's lost position appeared to be off the eastern coast of the United Arab Emirates the Iranian navy could help vessel for some five hours before releasing it Wednesday an anonymous U. S. military official told the Associated Press the winner but make no distress calls before during and after the seizure I'm Charles the Ledesma

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What are the adversaries goals in election interference?

The CyberWire

01:48 min | Last month

What are the adversaries goals in election interference?

"The US Office of the Director of National Intelligence on Friday released a statement on election interference and CSC Director William Evans says that Russia China and Iran are all interested in various forms of interference. Briefly China dislikes president trump whom it regards as unpredictable and wants him so that he can't in Beijing's view, continue to damage Chinese interests Iran also dislikes the incumbent and sees the prospect of his reelection as likely to mean increased pressure on the Islamic republic and pressure that would be designed to bring about regime change in Tehran. Iran also has a more general interest in undermining US institutions. The statement says. Russia has been busy denigrating former vice president biden who Moscow sees is dangerously connected with Ukraine and with the Obama Administration's disapproval of Russia's armed slow motion re engorgement of that country he's also seen as part of an anti Russian establishment. So China and Doron Trend Blue Russia read the returns from Pyongyang aren't in yet. CYBERSECURITY and Infrastructure Security Agency director Christopher crabs commented on the OD statement praising the intelligence community for its contributions to transparency declassifying and sharing intelligence in ways. CISA thinks likely to contribute to election security director crabs said quote we have long said Russia, and other nation states are targeting our elections. We knew this to be true in two, thousand, sixteen. We know it's true today and we know they will continue to attempt to interfere while motives may vary. One thing is consistent. They are attempting to interfere in our democratic process and quote.

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Iran slams interception by US jet over Syria as 'illegal'

Pacifica Evening News

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Iran slams interception by US jet over Syria as 'illegal'

"Iranian officials have slammed the interception of a ring of an Iranian passenger plane by U. S fighter jet over Syria as illegal threatening action against Washington over the incident. Iran had said that one of its airliners flying from Tehran to Beirut yesterday was harassed by fighter jets but later landed safely in Lebanon. US official confirmed that a U. S jet Passed by the Iranian airliner, but at a safe distance child's Gibson reports. The U. S military says an F 15 fighter jets conducted a visual inspection of the passenger plane, but also insisted it did so at a safe distance. Iranian state media said the Mahan air jets was traveling from Tehran to Beirut and broadcast footage apparently filmed on board the flight showing a passenger with blood running down his face. The Pentagon says the incident took place near a garrison in southern Syria used by the U. S led coalition against Isis. Giles Gibson,

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Iran sends downed Ukrainian plane's black box to France

Howie Carr

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Iran sends downed Ukrainian plane's black box to France

"Iran sends the black box flight recorder of the down. Ukrainian jetliners shot down over Tehran to France for analysis. ABC is Julia McFarland. All 176 people on board were killed when the passenger jet was hit by two Iranian missiles shortly after takeoff in January this year. Iran admitted the targeting of the jet was human error and that the plane had been mistaken for a cruise missile. The Iranian government said the boxes would be analyzed in Paris on

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British Airways Announces Immediate Retirement of Boeing 747 Fleet

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:54 min | 2 months ago

British Airways Announces Immediate Retirement of Boeing 747 Fleet

"Airways has just announced this morning a little bit in line with Qantas that effective, almost immediately They're going to be retiring. Their whole fleet of seven forty sevens is currently have thirty one still in operation, which be taken out of the fleet, now of course is because a few passenger numbers and less capacity needed because all of these airlines are very well. They kind of need to get to a point of being carbon neutral they they need. Need to be of good pr, so the older planes get out of the fleets much earlier, but I thought it was exactly that there's still four hundred sixteen flying around the world at the beginning of this month, and I love how many had been manufactured and fifteen, one, thousand, five, hundred, fifty eight from fifty years ago. So when you think one in three of those planes is still in active service is an extraordinary number, and when you think about the seven forty seven hundred. If we want to sort of get a little bit. Nostalgic, there's there's really no other airline air aircraft that that's come close me yesterday. Three Eighty you know came out as as a full length, double decker but when you think about the the golden age of flying, we can go back and look at seven Oh sevens. What those meant to Pan and and and Flying Clippers and concord, but there is something about the seven forty seven as well it was, it was quite democratic to with an airliner of charter charter brands as as much is of course. Some of the world's leading carriers got you around the world. Yes back in the fifties began when the airlines began to say the US. Airlines began to sites by. Can you build us a plane? Maybe that's two and a half times bigger than anything else we currently have. They came up with the Boeing. It was tested in the late sixties. It went into service in nineteen seventy, but there's something about that shape. The court, every kid's imagination you. Remember being young and looking up at the sky and you'd see that, Silhouette. You could be the most useless plane-spotter in the world. You knew what you were saying. And there's something also just was glamorous about the notion that you could go up the spiral staircase and and up in another floor of a plane. And oddly we may have seen double deckers committed with the a three eighty. It doesn't have the glamorous. Double Decker bus. There was something about being in that little secret part at the top, it was almost like being on a private plane attached to a regular commercial flight that was that was glamour, and there was there was kind of sexiness about, and there's something side I mean depending on where we get. Over the coming months I do wonder if there's an opportunity 'cause we've seen Qantas have been looking at. Marketing sort of these these last flights on on on the seven forty seven, and of course they're still other carriers who still have them We'll see move. The Japanese are lens some years ago. They retire the for a lot for all of the same reasons. I mean for the fact that they are gas guzzlers. They don't have the most efficient engines that they they are. They are allowed. There is of course a new generation of a seven forty seven and it seems that the president of the United. States will be getting a few of them, but Do you think that this is all a bit knee-jerk or this is? This goes with the Times or do you think maybe be able? Look at this in a few months? Things improving or maybe we shouldn't have retarded them quite so quickly. Well as we've just said you, you just look how reliable they are. The the they have been evolving crashes in the past, but very rarely for technical reasons or design flaws to the plane and the. Great work is often many than there's. Versions, which is still being used in Kaga, but here Monaco. We've had some great stories. We flew on a seven four seven weeks in Andhra all the way from Tehran to Caracas via Damascus. With with Iran. We went on the emperor's plane. In Japan so the seven four seven has so many kind of extraordinary stores to is sad I think kind of going out service as you said still roughly four hundred. We'll be up

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Iran executes man who purportedly sold missile info to CIA

Morning Edition

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Iran executes man who purportedly sold missile info to CIA

"Iran has executed one of its military generals convicted of spying for the CIA as NPR's Peter. Kenyan reports. Tehran says the death sentence was carried out last week. Reza Asgari was a former Iranian general and Defense Ministry official who was arrested on charges of selling information to the CIA regarding Iran's missile program. Asgari was among some 17 people arrested a year ago. Tehran says death sentences will be carried out on other spies in the

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Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Iranian Report Details Chain Of Mistakes In Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane

"Months after Iran fired on the Ukrainian passenger plane near Baghdad's international airport. A report from Iran Civil Aviation Organization reveals more details about what happened. NPR's Peter Kenyon has more A report from Iran's Civil Aviation Organization blames a misaligned missile battery and miscommunication for firing on a Ukrainian passenger jet in January. Officials in Tehran were silent for days after the attack before admitting it was responsible. At the time. Iranian officials blamed human error for the deadly strike, which killed 176 people. Tehran also said its forces were on highest alert because Iran had just launched a ballistic missile attack against the base in Iraq, where U. S soldiers were present. After months of delay the black boxes aboard the flight or due to be decoded later this month. Peter Kenyan NPR NEWS

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"tehran" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on KTOK

"A buy a totality company delivering a rash Friday seven in Tehran his first in eight years and striking a defiance towed in bad luck I call you on recall he he says he read Merrick couldn't clowns are pretending to support the Iranian people but Brady waiting to push a poisonous down get into that backs because the United States killing of top Iranian general Qassim sort of money khallid late and says the quote real punishment will be enforcing the US to withdraw from the Middle East today for seven more than a week after on launch missiles in retaliation targeting a base housing U. S. troops who found at eleven Americans were flown out of a rock with possible concussions and we're told those service members are still being looked over a spokesman for US Central Command said as a standard procedure all personnel in the vicinity of the blast our screen for traumatic brain injury and if deemed appropriate are transported to a higher level of care fox's eyes your house in the Senate is now the jury sworn in by the Chief Justice for president trump's impeachment trial little start Tuesday the solemnity the gravity of the moment in our history it's you square in the back when you take that oath Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has been demanding new witnesses a trial and Democrats are seizing on a report from the government accountability office alleging the trump administration broke the law initially withholding and I will Terry aid to Ukraine which they said the president tied to his demand for investigation of the bidens the White House calls that GAO opinion an over reach and also there's video from invited Giuliani associate live harness speaking with the president at Mar a Lago in December of twenty sixteen president trump says he doesn't know part is but they had pictures taken resident because impeachment a hoax and a disgrace America's listening to fox news Lara Logan is back the award winning journalist returns with an unflinching look at the border crisis what I care about is one thing the truth and she's taking on the mainstream media tackling the issues that matter to America one story at a time we see this but we don't have a scene where they go we don't know what they've been through this together you can see on their faces this is my core these guys are runners they're not going to give themselves up it's all happening yes this is what you're used to okay yes the trio says Milnes that's not the case and we all have families are here to protect our borders a third country having the freedom to take on tough subjects tell it like it is that what we have a fox nation that's what sets us apart no bias no nonsense Lara Logan has no agenda the must see docu series is available now only on fox nation start your free trial at fox nation dot it's twenty twenty.

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"tehran" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Tehran I'm sure they've got some up tonight they have a supreme leader who genuinely believes he is above and beyond anybody that he oversees eight eight eight three four zero three three seven three but should there be some sort of response I don't think they did it on purpose they're claiming they didn't do it on purpose earlier today the president tweeted something and I wanted to read you his tweet inner support of the to the brave and long suffering people of Iran he says I've stood with you since the beginning of my presidency and my administration will continue to stand with you we are following your protest closely and are inspired by your courage now the crowned prince the crown prince of Persia which is the royal family of a run that the that the jihadis kicked out years ago he also tweeted today raise a poll lobby is his name and he said this is not human error the the the the Iranians are saying Hey well you know what we can tell the difference between the drone in those seven thirty seven I don't know why I just gave Iranians a New Jersey accent I'm I'm sorry that's very not fair to New Jersey it almost so anyway they said this is a crime against he said this is a crime against humanity and it is is a hundred seventy six innocent people that were just trying to get home they were just trying to go on their trip.

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"tehran" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:14 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Disperse students during a gathering in Tehran to honor those killed when an airliner was shot down Iran says the Ukrainian plane was on intentionally shot down on Wednesday shortly after taking off from Tehran the main airport some of the dead were Canadian BBC news correspondent Ali Maqbool in Toronto says Canada's government is demanding answers many of the victims were from here and even though the weather conditions have been terrible people have been coming for dates of the tribute site here in Toronto behind me a short while ago there was a small protest here as well with Canadian Iranians chanting down with the Islamic Republic but Justin Trudeau he said he was outraged and furious of what happened or what he said and this was echoed by Boris Johnson as well was that the walls of mission is at least a positive first step towards family say getting some sense of justice and financial compensation US military says to service members were killed two others injured when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan the Taliban claims responsibility CBS news military analyst Mike lines further US forces get away from Kabul and the main center of gravity of where the embassy is in with the business units are the more dangerous it becomes for American soldiers than others as the Taliban controlled most of those regions right now I have about half of Afghanistan at least eleven people have been killed a severe storms sweep across parts of the south tornadoes have destroyed homes in Arkansas and Missouri also cause damage in Oklahoma crystal in Livingston Alabama it's difficult to get around parts of the Deep South after two days of deadly storms including tornadoes many roads are blocked by down trees and building material others are flooded after several inches of torrential rain three people died in a severe storm north of here near Carrollton Alabama to the west of Tuscaloosa the Chicago area is being hit by winter weather that's because hundreds of flights to be can Ansel some parts of the Easter saying record breaking high temperatures today Texas governor Greg Abbott says the state will reject the resettlement of new refugees becoming the first day known to do so under a recent trump administration order Abbott says Texas has been left by Congress to deal with disproportionate migration issues resulting from a broken federal immigration system governors in forty two other states who said they will consent to allowing in more refugees that's according to the Lutheran immigration and refugee service this is CBS news what dell small business technology advisors help you upgrade to the latest windows ten business computers with Intel core processors call eight seven seven by dell new year new budgets every small business has unique needs when you partner with a dell small business technology adviser you get real time tailored advice will even give you a free audit on your servers and storage devices to develop a custom solution to help improve your company's productivity plus right now upgrade to windows ten and get up to forty five percent off select business computers with Intel core processors to speak with a dell adviser call eight seven seven by dell that's eight seven seven pi delta this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and we want to help your house feel more like a home with some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates have dropped so much that many Americans can reduce their rate you may be able to save money on your monthly mortgage payment right now the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates of change a two percent is he the subscriber ID call for conservation and efficiency will hasn't under listens healthy states analyst over thirty thirty I game show hoops when even do boy took to the podium of family feud Canada for a chance to win her family ten thousand dollars she had no idea that our answer would go viral it was sudden death and all that was needed was one correct answer for the big prize lever gases this wins the game here we go name Popeye's favorite she broke out into.

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"tehran" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

03:14 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on What You Need to Know - a #CDNPolicast from Bluesky Strategy

"tehran" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

05:03 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on Start Here

"Like we previewed. Yesterday the Harvey Weinstein Trial has begun in New York City. And part of the the reason this is so momentous is despite the eighty plus women who have come forward now publicly to accuse him of sexual misconduct. The disgraced movie mogul has denied any accusations nations of nonconsensual sex and these charges in New York had been the only criminal cases that prosecutors have been able to muster against him like this. Was it until yesterday. Good Good Morning. I'm here today. To announce the my office has charged Harvey Weinstein with sexually assaulting two women in Los Angeles County now he becomes comes in defending himself in two cities on opposite sides of the country may be senior investigative reporter. Aaron Katersky got the heads up before prosecutors in. La gave their press conference. Aaron and what are the charges here rape and sexual assault broadly bread Charges cover a two day span back. In February twenty thirteen on February Eighteenth Harvey Weinstein is alleged to have raped a woman after pushing his way into her hotel room in Los Angeles after after a Hollywood film festival the very next evening. He's alleged to have sexually assaulted a different woman in a different hotel in Beverly Hills. This woman only identified as Jane Doe to had agreed to a business meeting with Harvey Weinstein at this hotel. It's an incredible indictment in that it covers such a short short period of time. The way it's laid out by the La County District Attorney's Office Brad. Harvey Weinstein Rapes a woman. One evening and the very next evening is back at it with a second woman and that's just a month before Harvey Weinstein alleged to have raped a woman here in New York City part of the accusations that make up his criminal case in New York and all along Harvey Weinstein has said he is not guilty of any nonconsensual sex more than forty cases have been presented to my office for possible criminal filing during the past two years. So it's been two years right. Since people started very publicly telling the stories about Harvey Weinstein. And why do charges like this take so long to develop them. In some cases you need that much time for the victims to feel comfortable coming forward and for for the evidence to build in order to prove a charge as serious as rape or forcible sexual assault in L. A. County after after the mountain of allegations against Harvey Weinstein began in two thousand seventeen. The District Attorney's office opened a special task force to examine sex sex assault in Hollywood and the entertainment industry and these are the first charges to result from that because it's not like the La County was lacking for allegations nations against Harvey Weinstein. People come forward before the court papers mentioned allegations back in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven that prosecutors said they were at least familiar familiar with here. It took some time to get these victims to come forward to share their story for prosecutors to decide they were within the statute of limitations -tations and to have the evidence in all eight women came forward to report that they were sexually assaulted by the defendant in Los Angeles County. Three of those alleged crimes took place outside of the statute of limitations. And for that reason we have declined to file charges in those three cases now these prosecutors in La believe they have what they need to charge Harvey Weinstein based on the accusations of these two women and Brad. They say they're still still investigating the accusations of three other women your harvey no matter. What lies you tell yourself you did this back? In New York New York trial got underway. What did we learn from sort of day? One there as these charges are being prepared in Los Angeles Harvey Weinstein is on the opposite coast shuffling into court hunched over a walker. The kind with wheels on the front and tennis balls on the bottom. And the back shuffles into court sits down utters his name to introduce himself to the judge and then it really set off the tone for for this entire trial because has prosecutor said it was. Abominable that defense attorneys were speaking publicly. undoubtfully about certain witnesses who the jury is going to hear from and the defense vent shot back that it was equally abominable for prosecutors to refer to Harvey Weinstein as a Predator before. He's even been convicted. And the defense accused prosecutors accusers of wanting everybody to believe Weinstein's guilty before there's even a trial so the fireworks began before a single juror has even been seated near the fireworks there and we'll see more fireworks because as you've said it will be other women testifying in this case in New York. One of those women to speak to Harvey Weinstein's pass behavior is the woman who's accusing Harvey Weinstein. The charge charge for now in L. A.. Anchor time at all together. Thank you thank you brad.

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"tehran" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

04:25 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on Start Here

"So that's the view from the Iranian capital over in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad. There is a lot of anger toward the US as well does we do. Raqi parliament's angry at the killing of money unless soil voting to kick U. S. troops out of the country. We talked about how the Iraqi parliament voted to boot. US forces out of the country. Now that vote is not binding but it won't point yesterday. There was a letter going around. That seems suggests we are preparing to pull out. Our troops will be a huge deal yesterday. The trump administration said that letter was sent around by mistake that while we are repositioning troops and oh yeah pausing the fight against Isis. We are not leaving Iraq anytime anytime soon. Let's bring in. ABC's chief White House correspondent. Jonathan Karl he's at the West Wing right now. Jonathan can we just go back. Do we know the intelligence that set this in motion. The White House said said there were these imminent threats from Sola money. There were hundreds of American lives at stake. was that all for real. It's unclear the president himself gave an interview with rush limbaugh yesterday Where he was asked really point blank? Bye Bye bye. Limbaugh why. He ordered the attack And why he did it when he you did. And the president went on an answer. Well this should have been done for the last two fifteen to twenty years him in particular he was their real military leader. He's a terrorist. He was but what's interesting is nowhere in the interview to the President mentioned anything about an imminent attack and we had a shot at it and we took them out and we're a lot safer now because of it. Now that said we have also heard now from The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Milley. who was was asked about the intelligence? He said they can tell was compelling and in Brad he said this did it. The intelligence exactly say what when where no but he was planning coordinating and synchronizing significant combat operations against US military forces in the region and it was imminent. So that's the word from the chairman of the joint chiefs but we don't know what that is and Congress has been provided Only a classified description. I intelligence we've heard from Democrats saying that they didn't find it. Particularly compelling I've become increasingly alarmed about the strike a strike that was carried out with insufficient fishing transparency without consultation of Congress demands now at least Democrats are making in Congress that the administration should put out for the public the intelligence that was used to justify this attack no indication whether or not that's going to happen. So why is the president threatening around with war. Crimes lives will be lawfully. We'll behave inside the system. We always have and we always will George view that the president was getting in taking into the minded minded the president with how he like his attitude towards Iran because we played this clip yesterday where we're president trump tweeted about targeting Iran and cultural sites. Right George Stephanopoulos brings it up to Mike Pompeo you points out like that would be a war. Crime might compare says we're GONNA stay within the law but then president trump brings it up again on on Air Force One with reporters so clearly it. It seems like his instincts are at odds with some of his top advisors. No no question about it. Brad I mean the president was equally. Clear are actually more more explicit on Air Force. One talking to reporters telling reporters quote. They're allowed to kill our people. They're allowed to torture and maim our people and we're not allowed to touch their their cultural site. It doesn't work that way. And then there's the question of whether or not. US troops before out of out of Iraq and the president. Talking to those the you know the reporters on Air Force One said that he would not leave. US troops will not leave Iraq until Iraq pays for the military facilities if the US has built over the years. He says we are not leaving unless they pay us back. George we will charge them sanctions like they've never seen before so it's really quite a quite in a statement of the president suggesting that. US troops would either stay came in Iraq against the will of the Iraqi government or I believe in slapped intense you know sanctions against an American ally. You're trying not to get the whole Middle East mad at you saying we're going to stay here whether you like it or not. I started exactly a diplomatic mess right. Jonathan Karl thanks so much thanks.

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"tehran" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

06:23 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on Start Here

"The last several days. This has been the five on American Airwaves number one. There will be dead. Americans dead civilian Americans. What is that? Where does it go because the Iranians won't stop? They do worry tonight. That's why Blumenthal said sleepless night. They can strike practically anywhere. Ten Ewing series of escalations. It's easy to see how these things spiral out of control like. You can see. See if people are freaked out and not just national security analysts in Washington right. I was walking my dog the other day and and guys that would usually be talking about the playoffs on the sidewalk. They were talking talking about the American decision to take out Qassem Soleimani in how Iran might retaliate Iran and its allies have sworn hush revenge against the US stat. Red Flag Raga Vengeance on fraud about the mosque and one of Iran's holiest cities for the first time in history so the stakes seem high. Here imagine the scene in Iran Sulejmani. Money was one of their most venerated. Figures will yesterday as what is left of. His body was transported back to Tehran. People gathered in some of the biggest demonstrations of mourning. You will ever see. We don't know what's going to happen next in the story but ABC's chief global affairs correspondent. Martha Raddatz is at Ground Zero for whatever it is. She is there in Tehran Ron. This morning and Martha. You actually went out into the streets yesterday during this gathering. Let me just tell me. What was it like Brad? There were literally millions of people bowl for the funeral of General Sulejmani. Oh across Tehran in the visual images if I can paint this for you. Millions President of people for this funeral standing outside lining the streets lining the bridges shoulder to shoulder. They were weeping. Genuine tears cooking look people. We talked to broke down crying when they started talking about General Sola money. These were young students who I have to think just months ago. in some ways may have been protesting something else here in Iran and who six months ago when we were here were criticizing their own leaders. It was all about American take heart remains sorry event saying they they wanted revenge. America should have a lot of Americans have they were heartsick over the loss of general. Sola money they are pointing finding out his fight against isis defeats noises and got proud of him. He's he'll and everywhere we have gone. There are images of General Sulejmani With the ayatollah tender photographs of him with young children. As soon as we arrived in the airport they were running videos about his life. You really feel the impact impact of of what has happened. We'll see I mean Martha than with all the anti-american sentiment with just the anger the emotion there in the streets. I just Kinda WanNa know like what's it like for you when you're talking to people like do you feel vulnerable in the streets of Tehran. Right now I have to say that that when we came same there was a moment of wondering what it would be like here but but frankly people were kind. They have generally been very nice they they they aim their fury. I would say at President Trump. What is your message to? Mr Trump messed us there were many many mentions of president trump. And what he did. The motion is everywhere. Obviously you're surrounded by people saying death to America. I never felt particularly particularly vulnerable about that. They are shouting at in in very general terms but I felt no threat at all when I think about the US. Martha there are certain scenarios where I would imagine Magin Americans telling the President Oh we have to declare war on this country because of what they did to us right but but there are other scenarios Martha where can imagine Americans would say. Ah That's not that doesn't quite rise to the level of declaring a war. We don't need a long national nightmare. Here where does the killing of Sola Mani rank to Iranians to to the Iranian regime. I mean how do Iranians think of this as an act of war I think generally yes I think. Certainly they viewed this as an active active war. Whether they want to war is something else entirely events must hatton and it is certain. What kind of revenge do you want anything? I definitely hear revenge. We have to take revenge for the blood of of Soleimani is what they will say. You are not afraid of war. Iranian people love apiece speed on love but when I asked about are you ready for a war. They'll say if that happens. We are ready but we are peaceful people but obviously officially Brad that the difficulty here is if Iran responded a big way it is very likely the. US will take action as well given. What president trump trump has said? And then you get in a stair. Step back and forth tit for tat and none of us has any idea how that would end. Saw Tirre's over what's seen as a national hero. Their anger was talk about revenge but also fear of what could still be to come Martha Raddatz on the streets of Tehran. Thank you so much. Thank you Brad..

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"tehran" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Accenting use concrete forty AM K. ex ante it looks like the national security reporter for The Washington Post a woman by the name of Missy Ryan has posted two pictures in a tweet on the left is a picture of Tehran today people mourning the death of Qassams only money on the right is a picture of an empty Washington mall during trump's inauguration and the quote that she has typed Tehran today versus trumps inauguration crowd Rachel Rachel bed who is colleague tweeted out the photo that looked like they were celebrating trumps impeachment with the caption merry impeachment what is the same the same dynamic duo so what they're doing here they've got this on the left is supposedly Tehran today which I just said that that crowd is there because they've been commanded to be there the people of Tehran the people of Iran are not free what I am not wound the Islamic Republic this is a country where you'll get the other day if you are given orders by the government don't don't this is a country that be transgenders it almost central's wanted minds and the American left is coming out in support of this regime this is how convoluted story they become this is a regime that kills every type of lifestyle that the American left wants to promote and celebrate in this country they get murdered they get hunted down they get imprisoned there be headed in Iran and that's to the left thanks is preferable to Donald Trump so they've got these two side by side pictures of the trump inauguration with the entire Washington mall there it looks like about half full and then the similar place in Tehran teaming with an overflow crowd in honor of the man trump killed perspective Tehran today versus trump's inauguration crowd so the conclusion is she this guy was more popular than trump is this guy drug drug out somebody trumps jealous this guy out the Iranians are much much more sympathetic for their dead leader to blah blah blah blah blah it's it's it's a side by side comparison of Iran going United States bad model is going to trump bad mama terrorist popular trump on popular.

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"tehran" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thousands of people in Tehran today morning Cassidy solani general killed in a U. S. drone strike in Baghdad on Friday some in the crowd burned US and Israeli flags ABC news national security and defence analyst make mole Royce says this could result in a significant escalation and the tensions because a wrong in particular about who he was will feel they have to respond and about thirty five hundred US troops have deployed to the Middle East as Iran has vowed retaliation for soul Amani's death ABC Stephanie Rommel's in New York City says preparations are under way to print stuff any attacks in the U. S. the department of homeland security says that cyber attacks from Ron also present a big threat just in twenty sixteen a group of Iranians were indicted for hacking into financial institutions like JPMorgan and Wells Fargo and also attempted to shut down a New York state down so right now it's just a waiting period there were antiwar protests in New York City and several other American cities president trump says he does not want war with Iran but on the campaign trail today in Iowa senator Bernie Sanders said Congress should take immediate steps to restrain the president if Congress wants to vote to go to war I will vote against but if Congress wants to go to war let Congress have the guts to vote for war do not like this president take unilateral action conditions in Australia continue to challenge the firefighters battling the flames that have burned more than twelve million acres prime minister Scott Morrison says because of triple digit temperatures we've seen this disaster is polite to an entirely new level more than twenty people have died Mississippi law enforcement searching for two prisoners who escaped the penitentiary at Parchman were three inmates have been killed in violence in the last week you're listening to ABC news are you there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic now three oh two good Saturday afternoon I'm John roller the killing by the US of Iran's top military general raising concerns today about cyber security retaliation attack one expert here in Arizona says we should be worried your average person probably won't see anything more than what they're already seeing today and normal day to day life Chester Kendrick is a cyber security expert with Grand Canyon university he says it's also unlikely we'll see our power grids affected the United States has one of the best power industries in the world they're very secure from everything that I've done in my research and pouring the facility or here at Palo Verde and he doesn't think Arizona businesses will be affected but recommends they have an expert to analyze how bone ripple they are to a cyber security attack result the city no K. T. A. R. news oil prices on the rise after the U. S. killed Iran's top general Patrick DeHaan with gas buddy says gas prices could jump by three to seven cents in the next few days possibly hire their escalations will likely have further impact depending on the severity so motorists need to pay attention here there could be a significant response Iran there could be no response there is in a stable ride average is two dollars eighty four cents a gallon.

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"tehran" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:11 min | 9 months ago

"tehran" Discussed on WRVA

"Hour ever Fisher was in Tehran valve a world there will be consequences following this weekend's airstrikes against Iranian backed militia group in Iran and Iraq and Syria ABC's Kyra Phillips from Washington after the strikes the president's senior national security team briefing trump at Mar a Lago defense secretary mark esper warns there could be more to come we will take additional actions as necessary to ensure that we act in our own self defense and we deter further bad behavior from militia groups or from Iran the Iraqi government calling the strikes a flagrant violation of its sovereignty a forty eight year old Petersburg public school bus aid is behind bars this morning charged with sex crimes against a minor Scott Michael Askins is held without bond at riverside regional jail after being charged with two counts of rape two counts of carnal knowledge and one count of sodomy Askins was arrested Saturday after the child's guardian call police when the guardian allegedly found Askins leaving his home investigators are looking into whether there are more victims crowds are expected to start winding up this morning to ring in the new year in new York's Times Square and law enforcement will be on hand to keep things in check A. B. C.'s Inez dollar quarter in New York City police rolling out every kind of security for the Times Square ball drop the NYPD will be working in conjunction with the FBI and homeland security and this year for the first time drones will also be used for surveillance purposes in as like a terra ABC news with just under eighteen hours until the new year hand Raichel police are urging people to keep the guns away and avoid sellable Tory gunfire during new year's eve festivities a spokesperson called firing guns into the air on new year's reckless and you're responsible it's also illegal police in and around Seattle are searching for suspects involved in a pair of of pot shot robberies here's ABC's Alex stone king county sheriff's sergeant Ryan abit says on Saturday a man wearing a gray hoodie masking gloves walked into a pot shop tied up the clerk and robbed the store he says once a robber laughed the clerk was able to call nine one one we did a canine track looking for the suspect and unfortunately we were not able to find him police in Seattle San armed robbery at a different shop last week demanding money and marijuana leaving with the marijuana but forgetting the cash they say the suspect came back to find the door locked fired shots but was not able to get in at like stone EBC news your next news at the top of the hour news on demanded newsradio W. R. V. A. dot com I Dennis Edwards on Richmond news weather and traffic station newsradio eleven forty W. R. V. A. and now ninety six point one FM good morning good morning over there sorry about that good morning to you how are you.

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"tehran" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"tehran" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The government in Tehran it is Bob Barr former US representative last question it in my right when when I say ten years ago we could have done this week it looked as though the opposition one OR got very close to winning and then the Iranian government started shooting people in the streets I mean one story of a twenty seven year old young woman just shot and killed as she as she exited her car somewhere near what looked like it was going to be an uprising or protest could then president Obama have done more than he did president Obama dropped the ball both in Iran and in Egypt for example yeah by taking a very simplistic largely anti US you are the Middle East and Iran just not part of Middle East per se all right a yes president Obama did drop the ball we could have had a very important positive impact a decade ago by supporting the civilian uprising the student uprisings in in Iran we didn't get hurt and you know it's harder to do it now but I think trump understands the need to do that and when you make you each of you mean that his backing of the Muslim Brotherhood was ridiculous when when the actual military ended up kicking them out and taking over making a more secular more forty right that that and also a very simplistic notion of the so called Arab spring yeah we don't really understand the complexities in nature that anymore than we understood at the time the complexities of the society and the political situation in Iran this president Dr for example with John Bolton does understand much better now and the previous administration I love the knowledge all of the time but can we do it again look for church are you just give me a call the really great to talk with the it's a former U. S. representative Bob about bar and just a really great mind when it comes to these things I had to bring up in Peachtree because there's so much talk about it I appreciate the let us go there were back after this the Joe package of stay right here.

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"tehran" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"tehran" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It's in a ritzy part of London Rattlers eyes are bloodshot an almost two weeks without food, and sleeping in a tent has started to take. It's totally feeling quite turn now to understates it. I think the last couple of days of felt effects, more more tired, slow thinking slow responding. Ratliff began his hunger strike on the same day that his wife Nazanin, Gary Ratliff began one of her own in a prison in Horon. It's her second hunger strike this time, though. Richard decided to join her because he believes that doing it outside the Iranian embassy in London would attract more attention. And he's right. There's a constant stream of visitors. The news media, politicians, supporters, and curious members of the public and embassy staff, ardent, happy expected, the level hostility from the remember. See personal surprising. Dixit into rectal, try and drive up the street and called the police arrested defense. The embassy has erected is not having the desired effect supporters of plastered with messages of love for Richard and Nazanin. Radcliffe, along with newspaper articles about the case. The police are friendly to have promise. Ratliff smother Barbara. They would watch over her son, if he becomes sick Barbara Ratcliffe spends, most of her days here, I feel very proud of him overawed, by the support. He's getting we're getting. But it clears worried about his health on the sidewalk alongside Barbara, and Richard is more Nick villain. She's former CEO of the Thomson. Reuters foundation for Nazanin worked as a project manager, when she was arrested that was a Tehran airport in April of two thousand sixteen I was thinking back, because she was with a baby. If you know this issues, five spy, you don't go with your toddler to see your parents. I was. Absolutely convinced. She's not spy material. She's really not that toddler Gabriella is now five and lives with Nazanin parents in Tehran, the cases become caught up in British politics. The two men Ronnie to be the next leader of the conservative party and the next prime minister both have connections to the case. Jeremy hunt is a British Foreign Secretary and just yesterday. His office issued the latest appeal to the Iranian authorities to free Nazanin running against hunt, and the favourite to become prime minister is Boris Johnson Johnson has been widely criticized for inaccurate comments. He made about Nazanin when he was foreign secretary look at work. Walk Nazanin gory radcliff was was doing it just, you know, she, she was simply teaching people journalism is on this tiny the racket family strenuously denied she was training, rainy. Journalists later Johnson retracted the statement, but the official news media in Iran used it to wage a campaign against Nazanin increased tensions between Iran and the US are likely not helping matters. Ratliff says if Iran feels under siege, it could make it harder to reach any compromise with Britain. I ask his mother Barbara what she thinks will happen next. I like to hope what's going to happen this. We get our girls back and life goes on. Normally again. From his vantage point on the sidewalk outside the Iranian embassy. Richard Ratcliffe is taking each day as it comes. He says it's up to his wife Nazanin to decide when they're joint hunger strike comes to an end girls lower. She wants a new will then follow them. But I'll take up. It depends on the phone call comes. But my job is to support. It's not beyond. But there's no sign this is changing any minds in Iran. The Iranian foreign ministry, this week once again, dismissed an appeal for Nazanin release, for the world, I'm Orla berry in London. The interim head of customs and border protection is out. Jon Sanders had been acting Commissioner of C B P for two months. He's expected to leave in early July..

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"tehran" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"tehran" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I think rains are trying to keep the diplomats. However, this mixed messages coming for Lawson for the Iranians attends to the United States is not sincere before the disappear way the roster's thrilling that Iran should start direct negotiations with the United States. However public opinion now are becoming very pessimistic stats US is upgrading to stick to its promises there is no toss. It seems that Iran is actually trying to invest on other partners, who are involved in those negotiations, like, European countries, Russia and China. The other partners should actually work hard and slow through their promise and do whatever they can. To actually lifted the sanctions, there are some American lawmakers as you may know, Dr Tari, who are talking about regime change, and even bombing your country. How are you feeling? And what are you hearing from your friends in Tehran, any Warri or anxiety? I think in the last two weeks, there are concerns over the situation that takes are getting very tough. So I hear from my colleagues than they say, will there are concerned, something would get out of control in all of a sudden, you're going to have direct conflict. Dr Terry of assert you teach. American studies at the university of Tehran. What are you hearing from your students in what are you telling them right now about this very tense moment in Iranian US relations now, I think there is a sense of resentment towards the United States. Most of the students had very positive view toward the US culture literature in cinema. However, it is this on favorable view toward the United States government. This was different during the Obama administration because Obama was very successful in creating this image of the US twenty to resolve all these issues. However now which administration, it has affected the way to look at the future. Dr Tari if you had a few minutes to sit down in a room with. Washington officials like Senator Tom cotton, or national security adviser John Bolton. What would you tell them? I would say that, if the idea is that you put pressure on ordinary Amiens to get them raise against their government. This is not going to work thirty years. We have gone through different phases of sanctions, though. This one is the most severe the most crippling one also I refer to some personal experiences. I know some students as well as friends who are suffering from cancer, and they cannot get the medicine they need due to sanctions. It's like a terrorism against wonderful Iranians and it's not going to have the outcome are looking for. Fussy me Tari is an assistant professor of American studies at the university of Tehran. She's been speaking with us from Tehran. Dr tari. Thank you very much for your thoughts. Thank you for having me for the past eleven days, British citizen. Richard Ratcliffe has been on a hunger strike outside the Iranian embassy in London. Rackliff is protesting the imprisonment of his wife, Nazanin, Zagury Ratcliffe, who was arrested of espionage in two thousand sixteen Nazanin is a British Iranian citizen and was visiting her parents in Iran, with her young daughter when she was detained. She has always denied the charges, but an Iranian court sentenced her to five years in prison from London. Here's the world's Orla. Barry. Richard Ratcliffe sits on a folding chair on the sidewalk outside the Iranian embassy..

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"tehran" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"tehran" Discussed on PRI's The World

"A mixed message to Tehran today on the world. I'm Marco werman threats and sanctions on the one hand willingness to talk on the other. Some rain say, Washington is sending them mixed messages for the Iranians, the United States is not so seer also why border patrol facilities where migrant children are held are often compared to iceboxes or dog kennels gives you an idea of how people feel when they're inside of them. They're either feel like they're being frozen to death or they're filling their being boxed into literal cages, plus an open air university in New York, where all the professors are immigrants who sacrificed their careers when they came here, and most of them have ever have the opportunity to teach their subject. Those stories and much more today here on the world. I'm Marco werman. This is the world. There's no question US policy in the middle. East is all over the news agenda today. Just take a scan of where in the world. You'll find top US officials national security adviser, John Bolton is in Israel White House. Senior adviser Jared Kushner is in Bahrain secretary state, Mike Pompeo was just in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in just a few days. President Trump himself will be at the g twenty summit in Japan where some key sidebar conversations are expected and everywhere. Everyone's focus is on Iran. Iranian? Officials had disparaging words today for the US after Trump announced more sanctions specifically on the Ayatollah himself. We reached out to Dr Zane, I've hus- Amee Tari at the university of Tehran to hear how all this looks to Iranians themselves. Well, the situation Syms very complicated because a rainy in saying that they have gone through this intensive negotiations for almost two years on their Hani for his nuclear deal for Iranian. It seems that the US should come back to the DC Pillay, and it side of the bargain because Iranians have been sticking to their side of the bargain. So if the US doesn't come back to the negotiating table when that seems to be the way things are right now, I is there something Iran could do to perhaps restart diplomacy..

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"tehran" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"tehran" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"N T, M dot com. In iran. They say the US is already waging war, and the economic consequences are deadly. This is the marketplace morning report live from the BBC World Service. I'm unin good morning, the fear of military conflict between the US and Iran, Israel, despite President Trump's stepping away from air strikes. The US also issued an emergency order last night, telling airlines not to fly over Iranian airspace. Let's hear from Tehran. We're all these diplomatic and military tensions have real consequences side, Mohammad Marandi is a political analyst at the university of Tehran. I think the real discussion in Tehran. Is that the United States has been engaging in war with ordinary Ryan's for a long time now, the US president has admitted that this economic warfare, that's happening in people have died as a result? People who face shortages of certain medicines such as cancer patients quite a few of them have died already. And he calls these brutal sanctions. So he is basically. Brutalizing divining population. This is not really all that different from military conflict. What is Tehran's strategy to counter? These US moves Iran began enriching uranium this month. It's blamed for attacking oil, tankers doesn't all of this just escalate, the conflict, I think, Iran's strategy so far has been to show patience. Iran is the only five that is a binding by the nuclear deal. But now, the Iranians are saying that look, we cannot be the only side that abides by Bisa agreement, and therefore the Iranians are going to gradually decrease their commitments in order to put pressure on the European survived by their own commitments. If the Europeans decide to respect their own signatures and their own commitments. Then Iran will reverse what it plans to do in the future. So the Iranians are trying to be as helpful as possible. But so far, the European have been a following. On the orders of Trump and Trump, of course, is escalating tensions in the region side, Mohammad Marandi. Let's do the numbers.

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"tehran" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"tehran" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"To coming from tehran to stanton it is twentieth homer last night pitch outside it's a ball you know typically those ball's coming into the booth now aren't really welcomed me time i would say not close to being the age of john sterling but i would say there was a time where early on in my broadcasting career oh i hope we get a foul ball there no one to chopper right side picked up by freeman tehran breaks for the bag and beat stanton there for the out nice play coverage by tehran mr snicker was saying that they've tightened up defensively this year and i think that was a perfect example yeah the braves have been defensive efficiency their fifth in the national league at seventy five and fielding percentage for a young team pretty impressive at four nine eighty seven cliff my point about the foul balls learn quickly glove yes keith they're coming up hot and there's a lot of pressure i mean those cameras follow me we got yup buchen i'll pull book into it because we're partners but it was me but we got buried on fox national one saturday gregorious takes the first pitch for a strike what else from tehran ball game into booth and didn't make the play it was in boston so it was coming in hot yeah you're close boston not as close as detroit which i remember i did game covering a couple of games oh one fouled off left side i took a foul ball away from fully bale lou when i was fourteen years old in fact it was the fourth of july good grievance the anniversary to forty fifth anniversary was playing first base for the yankees i didn't remember that i was sitting in the front row rather than my usual seat i got turned around reached up the ball bounced off my hand and turning around again there's police belarus staring at me i said why didn't you say something because he could have leaned in caught the ball if i got out of the darn way to pitch coming to gregorious wider left field he took it the opposite way of balances off the wall charlie culbertson up with a little weight no throw to second base didi gregorius skin standing up with a one out double glorious really just let that ball travel get as deep as possible and look more like a cricket type of swing a slice it over there and he had a little side like lateral shuffle up the first base line at he he was trying to will it to stay fair and fair it stayed that's what they are they not talking about that one when you ask a hitter to save beat the shift not that there was much of a shift for aureus but isn't that what you're wanting more than a bunch just learn how to go with the pitch and take it the opposite way while airplane him hard to poll so there are a lot of room of their even if you just tap the ball on the ground here's tores first pitch outside for ball the great rookie second baseman of the yankees rookie of the month the american league in june two ninetysix six fifteen homers forty two rbi and it's one out to him with gregorious second the first gangqi scoring chance one out scoreless bottom too tehran dettori's the count wanna know he set looks quickly to second and now hurls outside way outside dirt one one a.

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"tehran" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"tehran" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"So that's what we try to do it properly depot bill many past civilizations always felt that they were in n times and of course it never happened for them why do we think we're getting close now well because we've got certain prophecies was very specific details that no longer lack any preconditions i call them now prophecies they could happen at the present time one of them is looking at very closely is dealing with iran looks like a nuclear prophecy could happen another one is dealing with damascus it says is as seventeen that the city damascus will actually be destroyed by israel says there's just nations caused by the children of israel and we see the rhetoric going back and forth between secretary of defense in israel administrative fence lieberman we see the threats coming out of from cheryl regime even from tehran barshop even three threatening us to get out that's right and so you know and then the responses from lieberman and and the defense department is look if you come if you strike tel aviv tehran or bizarre side we will take you out and your family and your palaces well those palaces are in damascus so you know becomes a very active prophecy at this point in time and most of the other ones that that'd be referring to also have no more preconditions now i in my book called the now prophecies i put the she said i'm looking forward to present time there's about nine or ten of them then they they lacked preconditions but then there's what i call the next prophecies they have some preconditions but they're stage setting right now and then there's the last prophecies have a few more preconditions so these things have to sort of sequence themselves last prophecies talked about the antichrist's world religion tribulation period things like that these prophecies all need to fall like dominoes against each other in order for the big event to happen yeah i think so i think they will i think some of them will happen right you know jam packed right next to each other.

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