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Get the lead out: Zambias toxic mine
"Don been doing into the lead comes in. The central zambian town of kabwe has been called the most toxic place on the planet. It was developed around a lead mine built by a british colonial firm in the early nineteen hundreds although the mine shut its doors in one thousand nine hundred four. it's toxic. Dust continues to plague the town. Some residents try to protect themselves like joy. Bouza who tells her young brothers not to play outside of just in before i went to now a class action lawsuit against anglo american south africa which was affiliated with the mind for fifty years is seeking compensation for more than one hundred thousand women and children. Wade tend to defend positions as. We don't believe that. Anglo american is responsible for the current situation. I obviously understand that. That doesn't help. The people of kabwe. And i realized that and of course we have every sympathy so they applaud whatever the outcome of the case. There will still be a need to deal with the lead that permeates the town's soil and it inhabitants bodies. The most atrocious cliche for any africa correspondent is to refer to replace as hot and dusty but in case the fact that cowboys hot and dusty really matters because it's the dust off the former lead mine. The has blown all of time john. Mcdermott is the economists. Chief africa respondent. He recently visited kabwe. Much of kabwe is a normal. Mid sized. african settee has a bustling market. And it's a hive of activity but there are about half a dozen townships that lie close to the former smelter and they in particular are kind of coated in this fine dust which contains the lead metal. And when i was there a few weeks ago. I went to see a man called. Assail timbo. hello good morning how you move you. Who was a minor for almost two decades and we sat in his front yard. What kind of tree is this smuggle underneath a mango tree while chickens were pecking around his feet and i heard her story of the mind. Gross today it will be became. I think they demo- plus mr tembo worked at the mine after it was nationalized in nine thousand nine hundred seventy until it closed in one thousand nine hundred four and he says he was never really told about the dangers of lead while he was there but that today continues to give him health problems. He says he's got bad eyesight sore head droopy limbs. He can't be sure but he suspects the all of those elements have something to do with the fact that worked at the lead. The hoi issue has come to everybody in this study after the miami has been and presumably if this dust is all around that mr tembo story isn't isn't unique. That's right anyone you speak to in cowboy has some knowledge of the risks of lead and more recently that wellness has grown especially when it comes to the dangers faced by children. Local ngos are hosting radio shows and running courses in schools to educate people. Someone please tell me about what is lead. Leave is a subset benefits as you. Live is very poisonous. Substance that finding the so. That's gonna alert of course. Potentially toxic metal can be poisonous really low levels in the bloodstream. And because children's bodies are smaller they're developing and because kids more likely inhale and ingest the toxic dust there at greater risk and their effects can be profound. We're talking about behavioral problems learning disabilities and ultimately low iq if you have prolonged exposure to the metal and what efforts have been made down the years to to protect the residents from from the the the mines lead. There'd been a few efforts a couple funded by the world bank including one that's going but environmental scientists and experts in this field are convinced that none of them have been or will be sufficient to fully decontaminate the town. I saw this. When i went to the house of a man called cornelius katiti. They went to kidneys. Closed this one at that point. And then they put some blocks so that their wits through this one he has a canal right on the back of his garden which was dredged in the two thousands by a world bank funded project but even today as a matter has grown into it. Every rainy season water builds up and the comes over the of canal into his garden adding to the toxic contents of yard. And that just symbolized for me. How while there's been these piecemeal efforts day in day out to the people in cowboy still face with the poisonous environs and about the court case that that is tackling this problem. Why why is it happening now. After all these years of of half hearted efforts lawyers have been looking at the case for the better part of two decades but they feel they finally got in the necessarily archive over research. Done to bring the case against anglo and the also feel that legal changes in south africa to do with the ease of making a class action suit mean that now is the time to try and seek redress for their clients. And what do you think will happen. The only thing. I know for sure is that the case is gonna take many years to play out the lawyers for the applicants need to first prove that the case can be heard in south africa. That's before it even gets to trial and if it were to get to trial there's no the anglo will vigorously contest the charges so i don't think there'll be a resolution anytime soon and in the meantime the residents of kabwe will will continue to inhale to live around all of this toxic dirt. Subtly that's the case in the absence of any clear plan to remediate the time people living in. Kobe are trying their best to protect themselves. But ultimately many residents are simply too poor to leave and others do not want to go because whatever its perils cowboys their home like cornelius katiti. But you hope that your children your grandchildren will be to play and safety some point. Yes john thank you very much for your time. Thank you jason.
"tembo" Discussed on Double Toasted
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Disbelief, dysfunction, disaster: Congos Ebola outbreak
"A year ago today an outbreak of Ebola began in Congo. It's grown into the second worst anywhere ever. Some two thousand six hundred people have been diagnosed of whom about two-thirds of died last month. The the World Health Organization declared a global emergency fearing further spread to neighboring countries the challenges of fighting the outbreak are telling of the broader troubles of this vast unstable stable country. We were in Congo pursuing Barati of story but one of the things particularly interested me was looking at the east of the country the parts that are afflicted both by Bola and by Conflict Robert Guests is the economists foreign The volcanoes is surprisingly thinly populated and you see visible signs of rebels of militiamen hiding in the bush. You See <hes> illegal thumbs in in in in nature parks. What you don't see is paved roads through hardly any in Congo and quite often when you're flying places. You don't see much in the way of light either. There are whole cities of a million also the don't have grid electricity and you see their checkpoints on on bridges where people made to wash their feet and the hands to try to stop the spread of the disease so how can <hes> a proper response to the Ebola crisis happened in a place that has so little infrastructure structure what you can do is you can spot people who have high temperatures put them under observation test them to see if they develop a burger if they do you isolate them you can put them behind and <hes> clear plastic whether their families can visit them and see them but where they went catch anything from them and then if someone does have Ebola you track all the people they've been in contact with you. Ask them you find out so you you you have to emphasize the people that they can be cured. If you get an umbrella treatment center within a couple of days as of contracting the disease you have more than ninety percent chance of being cured but if you wait until the diseases is fully fully developed after a couple of weeks you all very he probably going to die so it's essential that you get that quickly and that's very hard place like Congo whether a very few good roads on what roads that other often gunman blocking them and so a gunman on the roads are are connected to what you're really there for the the attacks on the clinics absolutely might colleague Iraq London. I flew into Tembo to talk to the people at the clinic said there had been burned down now. You might think that's bizarre thing for anyone to do but nonetheless there have been like like two hundred attacks so far this year on the workers and clinics and it's actually quite common for the gunman to destroy these places. Dr Who'd been there when one of the clinics were burned down. What was it the Dalai is talking to and she overheard the attackers explaining if you liked what they would do to set up a ski sponsor this should Vicky? They were accusing the health workers of enriching themselves two why would they why would they think that doctors trying to solve. This disease are enriching themselves off the people in the voters. Don't believe that Bowler Israel they think it's something that's been made up their intensely suspicious both of their own government which is always oppressed them and of outsiders they've been invaded and brutalized many times they assume that people in power are using their power to steal money and so when they see these foreigners coming in and big full by fours fours and armoured escorts and with clearly lots of money they assume that anyone working in it must be profiteering and some of the local warlords and politicians are. A keen to encourage these kind of dangerous myths because they want peace at the action and today we believe stirrup attacks against a bullock clinics clinics to punish and deter and if the NGOs who make it too difficult for them to get a piece of the action to get a piece of the money that's coming in and propagate the myth that Ebola isn't even real yes which David Gresley the U._N.'s Big Honcho coordinating the response and and he talked about another conspiracy theory this came about in part because of the postponement of the elections here in the communities affected by a bullet the end of December last year this is during the presidential election action and this was perceived by many because the rationale was was that it was due to the epidemic that bullet was manufactured as an excuse to deny them the right to vote for the presidency in fact they were not able to vote for president that was a source of much misinformation disinformation by political local leaders who who wanted to emphasize that so there is this resentment. There is <hes> this this misinformation about the the virus itself there is this lack of infrastructure. There is ongoing violence including against the very people who are trying to solve this. I mean as someone who's been there. What what do you think should be done? How could this be perfect? All the time. The thousands and thousands of people being killed in Congo's various civil laws. The world didn't pay very much attention. They imagined that it wouldn't affect them now. The other epidemic has shown that insecurity in Congo does have consequences for the outside world. Finally people are starting to pay attention but it'd be great if they pay attention to the underlying causes of why it's so difficult to stop a boater epidemics in the country where it an interesting political cove point in Congo now they've had an appalling larcenous dictatorship for the past eighteen years under President Joseph Kabila and the good news is that he's not president anymore the bad news is that the guy who's replaced him Felix. She's a Katie didn't win the election. In December the was a stitch up and there's now a kind of power struggle between the president and the current president and there's an opportunity because it's effectively a new regime for the outside world the have some influence here and it's up to the outside world to be in there to push them in the right direction to give technical advice to help with sudden emergencies like Kit Bowler to keep the U._N.. Peacekeeping Forces keeping a lid on the east of the country where the government doesn't really control what's happening and to hope that we can push the country in a direction frankly the Congolese people want to go but what about right now the World Health Organization has declared this as a global emergency today. There's news that Rwanda is is taking steps to close its border with Congo. What's the smartest policy at this point the knee jerk response from a lot of people in the outside world as to say that if you've got a boater over in one place let's seal the borders and stop it from getting out? That's exactly the wrong thing to do. I you can't possibly seal the borders of gigantic and ill-governed place like Congo. What you do is you would make people who wanted to get somewhere to their secretly is very easy to do and then you can't keep track of them? The way you stop something like Ebola going around as you keep track of WHO's going where and if you catch someone at a border crossing at a checkpoint who's got a very high fever diva. You can check to see if they've got bowler and then you can trace all the people that they've touched if
Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency
"An outbreak of Ebola is taking a terrible toll in the Democratic Republic of Congo more than one thousand six hundred people have died and twelve new cases are being reported every day now the World Health Organization says this is an international health emergency David Gresley is the U. N.'s Ebola emergency response coordinator he's on the ground in the P. R. C. now he's been working with the W. H. O. and other organizations and governments to stop the spread of this outbreak good morning Mister Grassley good morning so the W. H. O. had the opportunity to declare this symbol outbreak of global health emergency a couple times they did not it but now they have what does that do for your efforts to stop the virus from spreading well I I think it highlights to to everyone in the region and internationally the seriousness of the out break here it's been going on now for fifteen months it was only discovered twelve months ago but it's been going on for fifteen months and we're seeing infections move into into Goma more recently but we have cases going into Uganda in another case getting close to the border of south Sudan so was largely confined to the area yeah in north key will any three provinces he keeps moving out to different areas and always a risk for a new chain of transmission to start so I think that's where the real threat to the concern is that if you go much further than it has up until now hello yeah let me ask you about the city of Goma because we have the first case confirmed they're gonna is a Congolese city on the border with Rwanda about a million people live there it's a big place how much of a problem is this well it will be a problem if there is a continuation of the transmission from the case that came to Goma obviously lot of every has just been done over the last forty eight hours to to try to ensure that there's no further transmission from the patient who came into Goma a lot of contact tracing and lacks a nation those who were in contact no only in Goma but on the path that he took from Betty Boop Tembo all all the way into coma so that's I seem to be going quite well is gone up to guarantee there will be for the transmission but if there were a further transmissions a large city it has access it's got International Airport it's got access throughout the Congo it's a busy airport there and it's a big commercial center of course is a lot of movement across the border into Rwanda and into East Africa so it remains a threat if you were to be established in Goma of course we as I said we're doing everything we can to make sure that that doesn't that doesn't happen that the transmission of stopping that patient I want to ask you that this vaccine that you mentioned I know that it has had some success in slowing the outbreak to all of the areas affected have access to that vaccine absolutely what is happening in each time there's a case than those who have been in contact with that patient family members health workers are vaccine offered the opportunity vaccine nobody's forced to take the vaccination and secondly there's what's called our fire ng system that was put around cities of vaccination contracts many people more broadly to try to slow the movement to to other parts of the country and that has been I think a successful not in a rally kidding but containing the virus into the into the general area that stands for the last twelve months in the seconds we have left how much longer do you think it'll be before this outbreak is contained it will take a long time to really see this through even to get down to zero cases the possibility of new cases coming up it is real because it stays in people's blood and you can get the transmission David Grassley you ends Ebola emergency response
"tembo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Reported every day now the World Health Organization says this is an international health emergency David Grassley is the U. N.'s Ebola emergency response coordinator he's on the ground in the P. R. C. now he's been working with the W. H. O. and other organizations and governments to stop the spread of this outbreak good morning Mister Grassley good morning so the W. H. O. had the opportunity to declare the civil outbreak of global health emergency a couple times they did not it but now they have what is that do for your efforts to stop the virus from spreading well I I think it highlights to to everyone in the region and internationally the seriousness of the out break here it's been going on now fifteen months it was only discovered twelve months ago but it's been going on for fifteen months and we're seeing infections move into into Goma more recently but we had cases going into Uganda in another case getting close to the border of South sit down so was largely confined to the area and in north Q. any three provinces he keeps moving out to different areas and always a risk for a new chain of transmission to start so I think that's where the real threat to the concern is that if you go much further than it has up until now well yeah let me ask you about the city of Goma because we have the first case confirmed they're gonna is a Congolese city on the border with Rwanda about a million people live there it's a big place how much of a problem is this well it will be a problem if there is a continuation of the transmission from the case that came to Goma obviously lot of every has just been done over the last forty eight hours to to try to ensure that there's no further transmission from the patient who came into Goma a lot of contact tracing and vaccination those who were in contact now in Goma but on the path that he took from Betty Boop Tembo all all the way into coma so that I seem to be going quite well it is fun of to guarantee they will be further transmission but if there were a further transmissions a large city it has access it's got International Airport it's got access throughout the Congo it's a busy airport there and it's a big commercial center and courses a lot of movement across the border into Rwanda and into East Africa so it remains a threat if you were to be established in Goma of course we as I said we're doing everything we can to make sure that that doesn't that doesn't happen I got the transmission the stock that patient I want to ask you about this vaccine that you mentioned I know that it has had some success in slowing the outbreak to all of the areas affected have access to that vaccine absolutely the do we there's several things that day what is happening in each time there's a case of them those who have been in contact with that patient family members health workers are vaccine offered the opportunity vaccine nobody's forced to take the vaccination and secondly there's what's called our fire agreeing system that was put around cities of vaccination to vaccinate people more broadly to try to slow the movement to to other parts of the country and that has been I think a successful man in a ratty kidding but containing the virus into the into the general area that stands for the last twelve months in the seconds we have left how much longer do you think it'll be before this outbreak is contained it will take a long time to really see this through even to get down to zero cases the possibility of new cases coming up it is real because it stays in people's blood you do transfers to the grisly you ends Ebola emergency response coordinator families of people killed in the crash of a Boeing seven thirty seven MAX airplane say they want Congress to improve aviation safety and yours David Schaper reports all to rogue is haunted by six minutes the final six minutes his wife his three children and his mother in law were alive it was the morning of March tenth yeah they were sitting on an Ethiopian airlines Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jet taking off on what was supposed to be a flight to Nairobi I think about the last six minutes a lot my wife and my mom in law needs all going to die they had to somehow calm for the children during those final moments knowing they were all there last I wish I was there with them in a somber hearing room at the capitol the thirty five year old financial adviser from Toronto told a congressional subcommittee that thoughts of his wife Caroline six year old son Ryan four year old daughter Kelly a nine month old baby ruby never leave him every minute of every day there would be all around me full of life and how old I miss them every minute of every day they were five of three hundred and forty six people killed in two seven thirty seven MAX jet crashes just five months apart investigators say an automated flight control system on the planes called and Cass is at least partly to blame Jiro got blasted bowling for suggesting shortly after the crash of a lion air jet in Indonesian October that the pilots were to blame Boeing used these pharmacy of fourteen pilots era to avoid the grounding of the seventy seven marks that division killed my family and a hundred and fifty two others in the crash of Ethiopian airlines flight three zero two four months later seven thirty seven MAX pilots around the world did not even know the M. caste system existed until after it put the lion air jet into a fatal nose dive to rogo calls it criminal that Boeing kept the information out of operating manuals and called out the FAA for in his words were recklessly allowing bubbling to police itself when certifying the aircraft Michael stew mall whose twenty four year old daughter Sonya also died in the Ethiopian crash told lawmakers they should end the FHA program that allowed the airplane manufacturer did designate its own employee to provide safety oversight there was only one chain of command of through borrowing it was very difficult for the safety culture to stop something the aviation subcommittee's ranking Republican Louisiana congressman garret graves told the crash victims families that changes are already under way any processed on ground this aircraft as far as I'm concerned will not be allowed to resemble the process that was allowed to for these accidents to occur in fact a chemical accidents these disasters in a statement Boeing says the company truly regrets the loss of lives of both crashes in is deeply sorry for the impact of the families of loved ones of those on board moments before the hearing started the aerospace giant announced the hiring of attorneys can Feinberg and Camille by rose to oversee distribution of a fifty million dollar fund to the families of crash victims the money comes with no strings attached they will have to sign away their right to sue bowing.
Congo confirms 1st Ebola case in city of Goma
"I was told about the continuing outbreak of a boat in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo the first case has been identified in the major city in the area go Mach one patient is being diagnosed in the city of roughly one million residents now a Congolese official said the man was coming from the city of but Tembo further north was identified and his contacts have been identified as well the latest news is going to be more urgency to a conference of a bowl experts and policymakers in
Tembo, Ebola And Congo discussed on All Things Considered
"The number of A Bola cases and the Democratic Republic of Congo spiraled past two thousand this week, one reason is healthcare workers. Trying to curb the ten month outbreak have faced repeated attacks. Some of this violence is at the hands of community members who don't trust the government and by extension the health workers officials, though, are now acknowledging a bigger problem that political and business leaders may be behind some of the most serious attacks and Pearson read Eisenman explains. The current hotspot of this outbreak is the city of boot Tembo. It's a longtime stronghold of opposition to Congo's national government and last December national officials announced that Tembo would not get to vote in presidential elections. That month the justification Ebola made it too dangerous for people to gather at the polls, a seminal, turning point. It's that one REBA is emergency coordinator for the aid group International Rescue Committee. They've got Ebola response teams working at health centers across Tembo. He says, at the time, people, there were already wondering if the outbreak was just a ploy by the national government to drum up foreign aid money. You're even infect communities hostile to the government with the voting ban. I think we lost a large swath of the people of Tembo at that point, because that confirmed all those theories that said, this was all about politics. This was all about power plague ever since the violence has surged Ebola teams will arrive in a neighborhood to vaccinate people or berry body and people just spontaneously attack. People are reading, seething, but beginning in late February. There's also been a step up in violence, that is obviously well, coordinated multiple times gunmen have shot up people at treatment centers and health clinics. And on April nineteenth a group stormed into a hospital where any bulletin was meeting and killed an epidemiologist with the World, Health Organization six members of rebels eight group were caught up in that attack three away to get out quickly Hiba me were trapped for several hours in this part of Congo. There are dozens of rebel militias national authorities have blamed his militias for the organized attacks even arrested some of their members. But there's a widely held view that the responsibile. Pretty goes further. This is it's very sensitive. There's yeah, very powerful people involved. It's possible. These militias are guns for hire or collaborators with local political or business leaders who are using the outbreak for their own gain, some of these groups might even be linked to the national government last week, the United Nations appointed a special emergency Ebola response coordinator to essentially get to the bottom of this. They tapped, David Gresley who had been second in command of the UN mission in Congo, which includes a massive peacekeeping force. He says these militias are in meshed in the politics and economy of Tambo. So they have linkages to local traditional leaders local politicians and Gresley says some of these power players have been actively spreading the anti-bullying rumors with during the presidential elections in December and parliamentary elections in March. There are those who want to make use of that distrust. That's already there. Air to Vance a political agenda and agenda that could be as simple as wanting to keep the government out of territories where these leaders are running lucrative criminal enterprises. They may be using Bulla as a tool to keep the community hostile to the government and therefore out of the way. So what can the u n do grisly says he'll try to mediate between the government the militias and local leaders. So this is what we have to sort out and make sure that we're not rubbing up against interest in, in such a negative way that provokes response. But one thing is cleared him this violence is not a simple matter of
DR Congo Ebola Clinic in North Kivu Attacked
"More than one thousand people have died from Ebola over the past ten months in the Democratic Republic of Congo health workers trying to contain the deadly disease are also under attack on Wednesday militia fighters killed at least eight people in the city of Tembo in the heart of the Bulla outbreak for the latest on how violence against health workers is complicating efforts to combat the disease. We now go to Tarek REBA. He's a field director at the International Rescue Committee, and is currently working on the bull response in the DRC. Welcome to the takeaway Tareq, thanks for having me was this latest attack related to A Bola. What what can you tell us about this attack? We've still gathering information on it that does seem to be some indications that it was once again linked directly to the abode response. But we don't have conclusive information. But yes, there's information pointing to that. What can you tell us about health workers and how they're being attacked right now. I think there's been sort of a gathering storm over several months now and been lots of accusations and rumors about certain activities such as back Saination where people feel that brother than helping them the vaccine may actually be sort of olitical ploy to inject them with A Bola that may be a little reasons for why this response is happening part of this is the cancelling of the election the national election, which was due in December and was held everywhere except in ten and Benny the areas directly affected by the response. And angered a lot of people who felt that they lost the right to vote because of a disease that they're not sure actually exists. How has the conflict in this area impacted efforts to contain Ebola requires a nuance dancer because actually was not necessary conflict area, but the wider area of North Kivu the province of North Korea where this outbreak is often. Of course has been for about twenty five years now. So there's a heavy presence of I'm groups what this does on a day to day basis is that obviously are operating an environment of insecurity and work in that sort of general sense of conflict, how quickly is the disease spreading, and what's the scale essentially of this outbreak right now at this point. This is the second largest outbreak in history. After the great west Africa at them from twenty fourteen fifteen in terms of the transmission rates had been some hope few months ago. But the last three or four months have seen continual increase daily renumber 's we've now had a record of twenty seven cage on a single day. But we've had a number of twenty plus days in the past weeks. We've always known that even when we reach those numbers. There's a lot of transmission that goes undetected. So even when we say twenty seven day that could have been far more cases possibly double as many. So that would put you out of very very high rate of transmission, it would also mean that we basically are complete the unable to to understand how that transmission is happening. And at those numbers, your it requires an enormous response both in terms of being able to detect those cases and being able to work with the communities so that they are transferred. So I think. In terms of level of alarm saw. No, one years bad as west Africa yet, but we should be very very alarmed about the situation right now, there is a vaccine that at least as being used on an investigative basis. Tell us about the vaccine and how successful it's been so far. So I think the vaccine we didn't have it in west Africa. I worked at IBM at the time. And I do think it has been a very useful tool. Especially in the initial months when we look at the one positive thing of this outbreak. It would be the geographic footprint, which has been relatively small all things considered and part of that could be attributed to the success of the vaccination in the in the beginning months of the outbreak. We've also had some recent studies that have come out of the vaccine about one hundred thousand doses have now been administered since the start of this outbreak in August. So we have quite a sample size. Now initial results are very positive positive possibly even more than we would have hoped for us on the one hand they show that those. That are vaccinated have a much lesser probability of contracting Bola. And Secondly in the second finding is more interesting and unexpected is that even for people that may have contracted bowl at the time of their survival rate goes up significantly, so there's a very positive findings. And now we need to make sure the community understands the benefits of axons action. Because recently, we have seen a number people refusing vaccination there a number that circulate around possible malicious intense behind the backs of nation, and that has caused a lot of people into area now to not want to be accented. Where's this infamous information coming from? I know the questions of room is very complicated. One we've been dealing with this this very much been politicized Asian around the rumors. So as mentioned, I think the election is one point clear contention that because this is a largely opposition held area. That may be for example. Uil a intent against those people for being positioned supporters. So a lot of those rumors come from there. And I do think we didn't do a good job of tackling them. And we need to improve in our community engagement in terms of working with communities in dispelling, the rumors and being very transparent and being very clear not messaging where do you see the bullet crisis headed after this? I think there's a reason for pessimism at the moment. The number of targeted incidents in the Tampa area has made it almost impossible to work. We're trying to resume and now we have renewed incident again, which is base. So I think for number of us. It's very difficult to see how things can move forward
"tembo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Experts for congress say the Trump administration's plan to reduce out of pocket. Drug costs for Medicare beneficiaries will cost taxpayers and other one hundred seventy seven billion dollars for the years. Twenty twenty two twenty Twenty-nine. Correspondent Jeremy house says more nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office analysis could affect prospects for one of the administration centerpiece proposals to lower drug costs under the plan drugmaker rebates now pay to insurance companies and their middlemen. Would instead go directly to seniors in Medicare Part d program when they fill prescriptions while that would reduce co pays from any beneficiaries rejected. It would increase taxpayer subsidized premiums, adding one hundred seventy billion dollars to program costs Medicaid spending would increase by seven billion dollars. CBO concluded the drug companies are unlikely to lower list prices in response to the plan. Jeremy house, Washington news and analysis at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. A man would seriously injured when he fell into the crater of a volcano in Hawaii correspondent, Ed Donahue reports. The man was at the kilo way of all Keno and was at the steaming bluff overlook when he stepped over the safety railing in slipped literally off the edge into the crater fire chief Matthias Kuch toll K G M B. The man fell about forty to sixty feet Z remained until National Park Service in our department personnel. Repelled down the chief ranger at kill away is reminding visitors never crossed safety barriers especially around dangerous and to stabilized cliff edges. I'm Ed Donahue, more than a thousand people have died from a bullet on eastern Congo since August for deaths in the outbreaks epicenter of Kotla helped push the death toll thousand eight two more deaths were reported in the city of boot Tembo more on these stories available at townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. When he was elected to congress. He showed up in Washington refused to play by their rules. He was on a mission to hold the government accountable speak for the people who elected such a good job. Democrats redrew is district. It's been millions of dollars to defeat him. But now, he's left Washington punching. He's Joe Walsh. And this is the Joe Walsh radio program. Buddy. I'm more of an eagle Humperdinck. I myself never was big on.
News in Brief 29 March 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations hours from potentially massive demonstrations and concerns over an escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip on the Israeli border, the UN's top humanitarian official in Palestine Jamie McGoldrick on Friday called for calm from all sides to prevent further. Bloodshed in almost a year since weekly rallies began known as the great March of return and the breaking of the siege. One hundred ninety five Palestinians, including some forty children have been killed by Israeli security forces while one Israeli soldier had also died Mr. McGoldrick said in a written appeal briefing journalists in Geneva on behalf of Mr. McGoldrick Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or Archer described. The death toll as staggering and said the priority now is to save lives. Demonstrations today have extraordinarily been canceled with the expectation and the call for demonstrations tomorrow to a large scale, that's what we expect. Indeed, the reason why. The coordinators issuing this today is exactly precisely because of his an our entire humanitarian community's concern that we would see another tragic day tomorrow and everything and everybody must do everything possible to avoid that the development follows this week's rocket and airstrike exchanges between Gaza and Israel whose military must use nonviolent means against protestors to the greatest extent possible. Mr. McGoldrick said at the same time, he also urged the defacto Hammas authorities in Gaza to prevent violence that compromises the peaceful nature of the demonstrations. To southern Africa. Now where the UN is continuing to help those affected by cyclone EBay, which struck Mozambique Malawi Antos Imbaba way two weeks ago, the World Health Organization or W H O spokesperson Tarik jazz Revich said that preparing for waterborne diseases like cholera is a top priority. The next few weeks are crucial and speed is of the essence if we are to save lives and limit suffering health must be number one priority. We must do everything we can to prevent a second wave of catastrophe from a disease outbreak or lack of access to essential services, the health sector needs at least thirty eight million years over the next three months for this humanitarian crisis so far seven treatment centers have opened in Mozambique where patients are being treated for cholera like acute watery diarrhea. In addition nine hundred thousand doses of oral cholera vaccine are expected to arrive on Monday along with at one thousand cholera testing kits. The latest official death toll from the storm and flooding. In Mozambique, which was worse hit is four hundred ninety three. This figure may rise since many communities are still inaccessible more than one hundred and forty thousand people are receiving assistance in one hundred and sixty one sites part of an inter agency you were an appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars and finally to Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC where a rise in new cases of deadly Ebola virus disease has been announced in the east of the country on a more positive note. Authorities insist that progress is being made in accessing communities that have been wary of outside help the World Health Organization or WHO said on Friday latest data indicates a total of one thousand and twenty nine confirmed and probable cases of Ebola six hundred forty two people have died and more than three hundred and twenty patients have recovered the one hundred twenty five new cases of infection came from fifty one health areas in North Kivu. Andy cheery provinces in the past week. Most patients were from the virus hotspots. Of cat were amber Tembo along with three emerging clusters in Montana, Missouri. And for who've he all new cases have been linked to known chains of transmission indicating that contact tracing vaccination and 'isolation of carriers for treatment is working. And while there have been no attacks on Ebola treatment centers in the last ten days WHO believes that the overall situation is still fragile Daniel Johnson UN news.
Delays, frustrations mark Congo's presidential election
"Snyder voters and Democratic Republic of Congo going to the polls today for a long delayed presidential election. The vote has been repeatedly postponed over the past couple of years NPR, so Fabien Quist arcton does Incan Chasa. She'd reports nearly forty million people are eligible to vote to volt in. What could Mark Congo's first democratic transfer of power the build up to these much-anticipated elections has been somewhat fought with violence in some incidents, especially in eastern Congo opposition candidates, saying that their supporters came under attack from the security forces and in three areas of Congo in Benny and group Tembo at the epicenter of the Ebola outbreak, and they have been communal clashes in in the west voting has been delayed until much opposition candidates say this is absolutely out of order disenfranchising more. Than a
US, California and Kaley Wells discussed on Morning Edition
"Democrats had a slim chance of winning until now Hillary Clinton was the first democrat to win Orange County near Los Angeles in a presidential race since the thirties. That's because the voter makeup is changing in the
"tembo" Discussed on JKNews
"Hey, I'm bows in. You're listening to JK news today in fake fax news. I love me too on by saying that this submitted by orchestra maneuvers in the dark. Do is I'm gonna give up on just fake facts and hopefully he's smart enough to figure out what's real and what's fate. I was our childhood. I write the widely cited. Stanford prison experiment has been exposes, fraudulent, what does this really matter? Which David what it is you can. We're gonna just whisper it to. I want to be out of the circle in this model on our Our. God. Got into. You really don't know a lot of things you know more, do you know? So we can't rose Tembo. He can make them feel not included on. I look it up on Google later, but I would like to know now, you know this one, you just don't know the name of it. You know about that experiment when they were forced to press abundant if and hurts them. Oh Hey, yeah, yeah, yeah. which one is this? Hell the motherfucker story. Okay. So you took psychology. You learned this ship. I did take psychology, emotional psychology. I didn't. So this is the first time I heard of it. So I'm with you. I just balanced about it. All right. Thanks to the. He's looking Alkalis. All right. So it turns out that, okay, so yeah, that that whole experiment is one of the most famous and compelling psychological studies of all time and has been included in many intro, psychology textbooks. It's the subject of movies, documented books, television shows and tell them what the experiment is like, how do you do? How do the experiment half the trains and they're like, you're gonna kill him, what you not. So that's a good one too, though. That actually does this small fried chicken. What is going on people we about food every episode, hey, with the one that David did not. So this study paid participants and assign them to be inmates or guards in this mock prison. Oh, at Stanford University. And so it turns out that the guards began mistreating the prisoners, implying that evil is brought out by circumstance..
"tembo" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Feud on your dominica lamesa bid a group of charlotte he said it uh club sean get out vinnie that they needed get out okay god bless you thank you so so much all right sonja son don don build up brigada motown the they bought the assan daniele nostra gooney type leonova amanda percent on donyo feed the multiple multiple getahun garrick and louis more on the layman dan yeah he's one does see the quad kickoff lewis suv she mall and she we don't see on k level you get better mama minute cheek malta malta the ball a suntan donyo dog arguing about endeared up at louie la whose land november now on you said demand when tembo dylan oh van descendant donyo that goes something down your flag no but i but to pico kendal stan banner braga and get better mama mighty new cheap at gave me no agenda queen dj.
"tembo" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I i have zero interest i don't know this is so what my alley but i yeah blake zero a and i wish i did the i obviously watch the episode with the revelation about jack he has the you know how i am i like big episodes i don't care even if i don't watch a show i love finale these i love big event episodes but no i i i wish i liked it but i i i do know idols yeah this one wasn't as you know ugly crying as previous and so i just little like an alien because everybody everybody loves this show when i except for john tembo another year raft alone in it's not all crying thing i love decry i love a good ugly cried i love the christ show i mean i i've watched bobby ewing die and come back to life four hundred times and like still cry when i watch in you know in reruns of dallas but anyway and i do have a mustered update oh he went into that now or a gay all know newdow we're going to do a miami this is exciting week arab leaders regularly scheduled segment for a don mclean's mustered a woman called she wants you to know there is a national mustered museum in madison wisconsin they have a ring tossed in the basement that was asked larry they have hundreds of mustard to try it's a museum of mustard in they also have the worldwide mustered competition his wanted to make you aware thank you and you know what is delicious with mustard alona after you take away the bread via jeez lettuce tomatoes and mayonnaise voting what have you got well with oscar meyer bologne you god meat net lots of it cuts from the beef brisket chuck round and flying cuts of pork side and shoulder never cereal of filler oscar meyer alone.
"tembo" Discussed on Popcast
"Look i think at the beginning of the east cambodia fergie yes so it's it's just it's part of it is the serious classical italian delegation combined with you know they aren't italian aren't part of the classical john tembo de burki i wrote pitch optional gift because that's what is it that is what it seemed like she was going for and then i wrote cone b but also a vehicle so with ridiculous but broader because that's what i heard the media thunder the it sounded like someone was shaking her a higher report oh you mean that's not in the operatic tradition nick is that what you're trying to tell me i've been for what she was going for it it it it was not the right choice so i know i asked you about how to actually make a comparison between uh the notations and like a traditional national anthem so what are the points if we were to actually here someone who is not for but singing those notes that you know tainted what are the kinds of key moments or points that would be points of difference between that and a more traditionally onpitch version of the anthem what were the things that jumped out at you that were different you would drive ago or it kind of the rugby who do you transition of the answer and you were do not but she was not closing off a lot of the word she was thinking the humor in the humor in what i transcribed is in the notes themselves the music but also in the direct because i did transcribe what i her leery.
"tembo" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"Man what's up how you doing i'm doing good john over your great so i was pretty surprised to see this and as i was talking about earlier in the podcast i am not traditionally trained in music theory although i i can read music from what i was a we lasse are key can you talk a little bit about how you came to the forgiven national anthem and why you chose to try to notat it were real about it it was would of out of boredom that time i knew i was in new york on a short trip and i i couldn't sleep and so i was surfing through facebook and i found what one of my friends on facebook had shared a video of the national anthem saying that it was just absolutely horrible and so i listen to it for myself and it it was definitely i'm an interesting interpretation find yeah it was um cement some choices and um i i was actually inspired by a video that have been circulating around previously on the internet apns um somewhere here in the state had heard a rendition of the national anthem uh trump rally in oregon and the the finger in the video with just all over the place really i mean she made this thing in that video made fergie not like susan boil susan boil yeah we we approve we approve susan boil or the pop guest this had a company that this this rally is singer i'm in a sidebyside video on the piano it it it it was it was it was hilarious and so since i was in a hotel room in new york's uh i didn't have a panel with me so i just know painted it he also full of jokes so you can you talk a little bit about the kind of the contrast between the seriousness of the notation but also some of the humorous a sides in it look i think at the beginning of the east cambodia fergie yes so it's it's just it's part of it is the serious classical italian delegation combined with you know they aren't italian aren't part of the classical john tembo de burki i wrote pitch optional gift because that's what is it.
"tembo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"By tembo would they looking for correlations between mood and time of day and did they discover this by accident i mean what what what what they do in with all these tweets what was the point the point was the point was actually to explore this very question which is what is the effect of time of day on our mood their different ways we can measure people's mood you can ask people anders research were you at where where people basically right down there mood how they're feeling a certain time of the day that chose peak trough recovery this one is a little bit more intriguing because when we tweet when were posting messages on social media were not explicitly say i'm happy i'm sad but our emotions are leaking where i intentional about mood or chassis its lease a out a it's how we are it's how the world sees us eight year net now what was fascinating to me about this is it didn't matter where you were you could be in california of salou could be in kalamazoo right i you could be in ethiopia somewhere you could be in egypt you could be anywhere right is true in a lot of these timebased pass was fascinated or tillis wrote a lot of these time base patterns not only of the unit of the but at other kinds of units there is something they are i mean here's the thing there's a whole field of science called chronic biology which is a study of our of our daily rid of our rhythms daily and other kinds of biological rhythms and so there is something in a human beings are temporal creatures we have in every cell in our body has essentially a biological clock so timing is actually a big part about who we are is a big part of.
"tembo" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"And you you expect some regression you don't expect mark tembo be bad if he was last year he'll do with chris davis but it certainly you don't expect them to replicate that career ear and i think that unfortunately what happened when the world when out minute yeah we were talking to the mark rig just a earlier in the supper sued about how maybe some guys are not quite as well suited to the dh role for whatever reason and there is sort of a a general slight dh penalty that you see across the league but with some guys it does seem to be bigger than others and trump oh has historically had one of the biggest differentials i believe between when he's playing the field and when he's dh ing just on a career basis he's got a 702 three career ops as a dh in more than a thousand plate appearances and then a seven 82 ops as a non d h i don't know whether that is just a fluke whether he is happened the have good years when he's been playing the fields or whether that this reflects something about how he feels are prepares when he is the dh him in your kinda stuck anyway because you don't really want him in the outfield even if he is hitting raedter so i don't know that there's anything you can do but i i wonder whether that is an issue with him and if so whether there's anything he could do to prepare differently for that role abn idea i was gonna fit camping you datamedia that above number different but you want who do you want him playing over by in italy mean like it foul yeah i don't know what they can do they're both had behind of the immune he's dirty age they don't have it than they don't want it that area were playing field everyday so going to have to learn and acclimate to it how to adjust to it uh you know these guys are professional baseball players he he's gonna have to figure out a way to produce better than he did last year uh i i don't know what else i could say about that quite honestly i know that on the on the pitching side there's not a ton of young talent at the upper levels and on the position player side there's been a lot of focus on chance cisco.
"tembo" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Sources of purification wave from precious the modern world learn to take mr tembo beck with you snoop works at a problem what this fruit shoot up chris lift q full well mrs you'll number three minutes at a cure for thinking data is a good actor it's uh get what you remember how good the trailer looked young this is still bill is still goodlooking failure yes yeah it's a good look it it it shows you that being a good look in film kennett sometimes mean nothing uh yeah he he this is the this kicked off the year of films being sold as something other than what they were gives this look like it was going to be some kind of cool sifi a horror movie an really it's more of a mystery that drags in drags in drags and when he finally gets to the point of the har it's so exploitive in disgusting and laughable laughably is a video game turns in a resident evil yeah but just the final like okay this is what this is all about it's such a you got to be fighting are we we also told me he would not doing this you just data are at the the audience you heard so much money in an adult all dumped you heard several people nor is it what the fuck we we we were there included here it could have been on that list of like it's so bad but it's valuable but it's boring my god it's so great to get to where it's going and you can't you could not have picked a worse leading man than deigned to han he's he's just not that material he's he's at best a character actor am i don't know with so much of this each he just lost so much of his charm for me i'm a volcano has seen him anymore.
"tembo" Discussed on KOMO
"No i just actually who the bank the lender um this week about at and all pretty much all day said i'm going to go in person was that it was um that it wasn't a balloon payment by air was money due at the end of the loan so um i have no idea thoroughly i would have steered my mother away now an aaron you said that you are preparing to to sell this house is that right um i don't know yet i may impact actually um by it but um did you wanna find to area and then there's like seventy eight thousand that's old on it plus the fifteen thousand dollar whatever it is and it's and federal way and in chris mention contact than the title company that's exactly what your real to redo as poll preliminary titled before or they should before you listed it and then and then i and take a look at that and then kinda take you down the road of finding out what that looks like his as well as title helping you out with that but if it's something that you're interested in buying it i would just contact the title company and and have them healthy with paul tembo lander well i think it's what what do they have on titled the lender may say hey this is you know what we want to word this is what our paperwork says but what's actually on tidal what needs to be done does it need to be done before title is transferred to you is that something is going to be made or having to be made by eu or is this something the you can inherited inherit that and then paid at the end at the end of the loan erin did your mom ever have a bankruptcy or foreclosure that you remember yeah but it will then nineteen eighty two some of the legal jargon that were reading about this is pertaining to either a person being in a foreclosure a short sale environment where the lender added fees what whatever you do get get title involve get them to give you an explanation of what it is and then make sure it's a legal requests for those funds obviously if it's on title than someone's you know there has to be some sort of you know history of what.
"tembo" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A gain of three and set up third to go what do you make of all burns offense of line evolved in over the course of the year well you start seven different lineups tom it's very difficult to get any rhythm in play together but herbie did an excellent job with this group austin gulfs it has really been which may didn't go started a four different position played all five positions started at center now is it left ankle for this we've been phenomenal third existed under center this time takes the step ansa carrier said rightside bus it back to the left side first doubted more county judge to take it down after a gain of by the safety child gibson gave up to make the stop but it's good to see carry on johnson running in appearing healthy he's got a burst back he's finish she runs got to get him going that ain't head out to charity to give big hole up the battle weaving his way to other side and he gets up at a loss of football on his way down bike use with the open feel tackle after a gain of fourteen auburn willing to go temple they want to get right up on the ball again the flip goals in the right side strong that direction instead of hansa johnson try to get through all on the left side any bigs of three elderly second had seven now for all bird and this is lightning fast and we talked to chipped lindsey in gusmao zone when this offenses struggling tembo was that injection of adrenalin it gets of going against so the tempo disguises where they're going disguises the unbalanced and gives them advantage but remember we're talking to defeat the coordinator for ucf eric shen endure chiller cox the fullback for auburn leads them to the football nearly ninety percent of the time as he set off to the.
"tembo" Discussed on Nacht Beauty
"Uh let's see given its most likely plaster across the stage makeup you war to smear on your face named after the makeup director of twentieth century fox in 1944 i did not know that now i was another legendary makeup artists who created characters from iconic films like call it the wind implanted the apes a makeup line seemed like the next logical step in his products are still used by professional artists and everyday women the queen of contrary herself kim k who swears by his banana powder to set her make with has been independent it's like powder with a tiny bit of yellow tint to it okay so it depends on the toned your skin but if you highlight under your eyes with the banana powder it's i have one but i have the candy johnson to faced well aren't you and aren't you a true neutral i am a neutral and it is to yala for me but i have decided not to give it back up cannot to centrebacks i liked it even though it does alkhadami it's fine i'm sick let's go to the 1950s baby the 1950s real tembo old hollywood glamour like actresses audrey hepburn marilyn monroe and elizabeth taylor the doeeyed glances if you look at portraits from this era almost all them feature subtle contrary in shading you just would not the time since makeup secrets weren't shared with the masses back then this was pre youtube andras instagram now let's get to the 90s may we love the '90s oh those ninety off there were beautiful time all the '90s in says that the decade of all banks tightened crops stencilled browse and the hand of contouring migrating to the mainstream celebrity makeup artist kevin oaklawn who made a subtle sculpted chiseled look his signature on clients and brands like one of paltrow cindy crawford and janet jackson still contrary were made an industry only technique as in social media did not exist have you ever heard of criminal kwan of course you have i know people who they only book on their bookshelves was faces weld is funny you should say that yes have you it's you have it oh my god only do i have it but i'm handing one too you can i see it it's yours laps are you serious which kept pace.
"tembo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Poll sure because you know technology today is is hurtling exciting and sean both there's probably nothing in terms of technology that will ever rival the industrial revolution because everyone from now people lilley hand waivers were taking days so two two we've of a piece of cloth to a machine that could do and in seconds so there there i mean you know i it's always easier to say we're in a brave new world i think sure john tembo said the most dangerous words in english language are this time it's different we always believe that water over here now where the smartest where the best and so on but that's why i am a grey suit and a history because you you look backing you find a lot of what we do is is just a repetition what happened before and were not all that much smarter if someone takes the schilling cool the in many people have over the years with your forty seven books and the movies that have come up raced books produced by the time i must point out folks schilling's book the blue book i call it called deflation which is like three books goes definitive it is absolutely superb on good and bad inflation which is actually some tough physics concepts but gary if somebody takes schilling koolaid and they believe in financial repression what's his saver to do well i think they they need to accept reality tom and that's what's been missing it isn't that we don't have low inflation possibly hendry for deflation and it isn't that we don't have low interest rates and i don't think that's all fed engineers i think it's reflecting.
"tembo" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Ars weekly continuing here on wtmj my name's map holly we are live with the wisconsin states says state fair excuse me our studios here are located right across from one of the greatest places at the state fair and that is the cream puff pavilion right across the way you want joined the program four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that's four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that is the accunet mortgage talk and tax line you can also odd tweet and if you would like at map holly radio matt pa u l e y radio let's get to our first phone call of the program handson southside hands you're on wtmj of her always now i go purdue i would arrive in august tembo absolutely in of might be knowing after here alive again they do and i appreciate the phone call hans again there's there's really two ways to look at it and hand you might be right and you're alive i say this all the time and it's not me bean week on opinions it's me bean really real about stuff because we don't know how about this brewers t if you if you go assess the team you look at guy and he i am repeating myself but i'll do it nonetheless if you go ss a team on the chances for them to go do something you look at the track records that exist on that team this this is a brewers team that's got a bunch of guys without a track record we can go round the entire diamond and you know what one year is not a track record that's what is the most intriguing aspect of the spurs team to me i love watching it because none of us have any clue what's actually going to happen you don't we can't we can't judge kion braxton what he's going to do this year based off the final three months of last year we certainly can't judge japhet vr vr has won goodyear last year he hasn't been anywhere near that guy travis all last year at the red sox he had.
"tembo" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You're listening to tech ten on the bbc world service with rory kathryn jones in a moment the battle three top dog in a high i quit look at some of the weeks other big tech stories we jayme wakefield jana australia the latest country to say something must be done about encrypted messages which law enforcement consi yes a prime minister malcolm turnbull wants what sat facebook another big fans to hand for the content of encrypted messages and not something that most governments around the world warmed in the light increased terror attack but mr tembo has courted deal of controversy with some of his sessions all or lack of knowledge about encryption so he was asked by journalists how the law he papaya would stop terrorists and criminals nathan to encryption software not consult by these big fans and he replied that the laws of mathematics were very commendable but the the laws of australia would prevail that that went on obscure an and you'll see should bit of a lack of understanding about how encryption can actually be cracked thing he didn't want to back door but instead communication should be handed over my quite in the usual way that apply in your flying wells so i think we're seeing what the thing here is that still a big gap between what politicians warm and that grasp of the at the technical term orange is that a faced in getting its and google turns out to fund a lot of academic research why have that proved controversial this week so us keep cool the campaign for accountability has identified more than three hundred research papers that directly or indirectly funded by such downtown and then we're about public policies and its claim he said it eases its wealth and power to influence policy makers it said that a number of studies was spiked during periods when the firm was under scrutiny for making latest and that some studies blood the lines between academic research and paint at an africa see and giggles hit back at these assertions claimed the great itself doesn't main insane corporate fund us and points out the one of them is oracle which it claimed his running a lot lobbying campaign against him and it also points at least got a long tradition act and research and the school was respected.