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EU Leaders Hold Summit on COVID-19 Recovery Plan, Multi-Year Budget
"Union leaders are gathering in Brussels for the first time since the pandemic hit Teri Schultz reports They will need to negotiate the use next budget and a Corona virus recovery package, but their views are far apart. Sometimes the difficulty of impending negotiations in you matters is gauged by how many shirts leader's pack for a meeting. This summit is one of those, so I've come here today. And tomorrow and maybe the day after work. Latvian Prime Minister Christiane is currents is among those in the middle between France and Germany, who favor maximizing the amount of money granted to countries hit hardest by the pandemic and the side nicknamed the Frug ALS, who say most assistance should be loans and paid back. European Council president show Michelle has to bridge that gap. I'm convinced that we see political true, which it's possible his budget proposal lays out almost $2 trillion in spending over the next seven years. For NPR News. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels.
EU's Top Court Restricts Personal-Data Transfers to U.S.
"The European Union's top court today struck down an agreement that has allowed large tech companies to transfer Europeans private information to the U. S. Teri Schultz reports. The court is citing privacy concerns. The European Court of Justice says the privacy shield agreement between Brussels and Washington did not provide enough protection for you citizens when they're data's transferred outside the U. Austrian activists, Max Schrems launched the case against Facebook, arguing the American social media giants use of his personal information made it vulnerable to US government snooping, which violates Europe's strict regulations. You justice commissioner did it and Dad says he'll work with Washington on a new arrangement. There's a shared commitment with all US counterparts to respect the rule of law and protect citizens fundamental lives. It's not yet clear how disrupted the decision will be as there are some alternative mechanisms that a lot Continued transfers for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in
EU forecasts deeper economic hit from pandemic
"A new forecast predicts the pandemic will trigger the European Union's worst economic performance ever Teri Schultz reports from Brussels the e. you may need to lower its projections if there is a fresh wave of corona virus infections, the economies of France. France Italy and Spain have been hit the hardest by corona virus with GDP in each expected to drop more than ten percent this year. The nineteen countries that make up the euro zone are set for a record fall of eight point seven percent before rebounding twenty, twenty, one but economic, commissioner. Paulo Genta looney warns. Even this cautious prediction may be overly optimistic Jobson, so the vaccine and treatment options any sustained increase in the number of section of father outbreaks would worsen the economic. Forecast says the slower than expected lifting of lockdown measures across the EU arising infection rate in its largest trading partner. The US means continued uncertainty
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"Senator Kamla Harris. I believe in Joe. One of the things that is so reflective of his personality is when he says there is room for everyone. That's but that's how he is in two thousand sixteen. Donald Trump won Michigan barely. Democrats say the State is key to victory in November Don Gonyea. Npr NEWS DETROIT. This is NPR. The twenty twenty cents this is underway in much of the United States. Send the day after tomorrow. The Census Bureau will begin mailing out instructions for filling out the census online if participants so choose. The bureau is counting as many as three hundred thirty million people from all backgrounds. It's a one seductive a chance to get an accurate picture of the US population to determine political representation and how much money state governments and local communities get from the federal government. The Dutch king is apologizing to Indonesia for the aggressive way. His country behaved during three hundred. Fifty years of colonial rule. Teri Schultz reports has already been compelled to pay compensation for some of its actions during Indonesia's dry for independence king villain. Alexander of the Netherlands told Indonesians. He regrets the extreme violence used by the Dutch military after Indonesia declared independence from colonial rule in nineteen forty five for the next four years. Dutch armed forces tried to thwart the independence movement including by killing thousands of civilians standing next to Indonesian. President Joko Widodo. The king said he understands that. The pain and sorrow of the affected families will be felt for generations. This is the first time. The Royal Family has apologized in past years. Dutch courts have ordered the government to make formal apologies and payments to the families of some of those whose loved ones were killed for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. The Dow's backup now more than seven hundred points or nearly three percent at twenty four thousand five hundred sixty nine this is NPR news..
International Powers Call for Cease-Fire in Libya’s Long Civil War
"Libya's major oil fields and production facilities remain closed today in a sign the country's east based forces are not backing down world powers pledged at Oberlin summit yesterday to push opposing factions to reach a truce in the years long civil war and teri Schultz reports from Brussels the E. U. is considering resuming enable monitoring mission off Libya's coast E. U. foreign ministers agree in principle to revive a naval mission in the Mediterranean established in twenty fifteen to try to reduce illegal migration and intercept weapons banned under the international arms embargo on Libya operation Sophia was suspended last year because the ships ended up being used primarily to pick up stranded migrants Italy says it will support a renewed mission only for enforcing the arms embargo he you foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell says there will need to be some adjustments to control the arms embargo would require satellite and and tools which I the time being and not to include interpretations FIA ministers will look at options for that next month along with possibilities for military monitors if there's an eventual ceasefire for NPR news I'm teri Schultz
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"News I'm teri Schultz in Brussels from Washington this is NPR news live from KQED news Brian white in San Francisco ten of the twenty nine active judges on San Francisco's ninth circuit court of appeals have now been appointed by president trump this week the Senate has confirmed Lawrence Van **** to the court Indyk received date not qualified rating from the American Bar Association for being in its words arrogant lazy and lacking in knowledge he's also known as an anti LGBT Q. activist university of Richmond law school professor Carl to bias it's pretty clear that most of these nominees are very conservative and were selected because they're conservative ideologically and so that may change the composition of the court to bias as many of the trump appointees are replacing other conservative judges but he says they're much younger than those judges and likely to be on the court for decades the north basin new commuter rail service plans to start service to larkspur and downtown Nevado tomorrow riders on the said no Moran area rail transit or smart system who get off at larkspur can take a ferry from there to San Francisco smart spokeswoman Julie a Gonzalez we had a economic recession that because the board to make the difficult decisions about which stations to build at a later date and though larkspur is one of those stations that had been planned and was promised to be delivered by the end of this year the fifty five million dollar larkspur extension marks the first edition of new track to the smart system since it opened two years ago I'm Brian what thanks for listening to KQED news support comes from total wine and more with more than eight thousand wines from around the world to complete holiday entertaining now open in Stevens creek support for.
EU leaders include nuclear energy in green transition
"European Union leaders have taken the first step toward making Europe carbon-neutral continent by the year twenty fifty from Brussels Teri Schultz reports. The the Polish government has not signed the agreement e you leaders minus one have agreed to take actions to achieve climate neutrality. In the next thirty years meaning they aim mm to take as much carbon out of the atmosphere as they create or to offset emissions in other climate-friendly ways. Poland says it supports the goal in general but refused to sign the agreement for now. Now this is still success in the view of new European Commission President Ursula von Der Lion. Who proposed this green deal but of course we are aware that not every region us has the same starting point we aware of the fact that for some regions and sectors? We'd be more difficult under the agreement. Every country has the right to adjust their energy mix in their own way including with nuclear
Trump Lawyer Argues Against Afghan War Crimes Investigation
"The International Criminal Court is ruling out opening a war crimes investigation into members of the US military Afghan troops and the Taliban predicting being little to no cooperation TERI Schultz reports a prominent. US attorneys travelled to The Hague J.. Secolo an attorney working for president trump and representing the American Center for Law and Justice told. ICC judges Afghanistan doesn't even have the right to allow an investigation of alleged war crimes due to legal agreement signed with Washington. The facts such a probe was being being considered by the ICC led the trump administration to block visas for the court's chief prosecutor and anyone working on the potential
EU gets new leadership team
"The new executive team of the European Union has been approved after a one month delay do the controversial backgrounds of some of its original candidates here's teri Schultz new European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen can finally take over December first after getting the E. U. parliament backing the first female head of the E. U. executive has a nearly gender balanced team and is pledging to expand that practice over her five
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"Whistle blower from the intelligence community that started the impeachment inquiry to be identified the flower because the whistle blower story some people would call the frog I will go that far the lawyer for the whistle blower it says the person will answer written questions directly from Republican lawmakers those questions would normally go through the democratic majority the head of NATO is calling the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakar al Baghdadi a milestone in the fight against ISIS but as Terry Schultz reports secretary general Jens Stoltenberg is also warning that the battle is far from over our mission is not yet entirely fulfilled secretary general Stoltenberg says in an interview with the German weekly build I'm son tug NATO and it's twenty nine allies are all members of the global coalition to defeat Islamic state Stoltenberg emphasizes well I. S. doesn't hold territory anymore it sells in networks are still intact as the group reorganizes and tries to make a comeback after all the Dadi was killed last week in a US raid in Syria I. S. named Abu Ibrahim also show me all Karai she as his successor Stoltenberg also dismissed calls for NATO to take action against Turkey for its incursion into northern Syria he says Turkey is an important ally that's helped both in fighting I yes and hosting refugees from Syria's civil war for NPR news I'm teri Schultz in Brussels this is NPR and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson long island congressman Peter king is criticizing the impeachment inquiry speaking on John Catsimatidis radio show the Republican argued that Democrats are weapon icing impeachment allergen adults and others and it yeah lots of cuddles papers never contemplated that jewelry show views like this that she political purposes congressman king was with president trump last night at Madison Square Garden to watch an ultimate fighting championship match he says the president will continue to fight the impeachment inquiry Jeffrey camera are and Jocelyn because gay gave Kenya a sweep of the forty ninth annual New York City marathon men's and women's titles camera one for the second time in three years pulling away from countrymen Albert career in the final miles after crossing the finish line in Central Park camera are immediately embraced his mentor training partner and world record holder Eliud keep show okay who was waiting for him Jeff because gave finished nearly a mile ahead of four time champion merry kittani to become the first woman to win New York City and marathon debut since nineteen ninety four also many well it shore of Switzerland won her third straight women's wheelchair title at the marathon giving her eight consecutive marathon victories American Daniel Roman Chuck repeated as men's wheelchair champion crossing the finish line in one.
EU to rule on Brexit extension as UK faces possible election
"Now that the United kingdom's parliament has delayed ratifying a draft brexit agreement with the European Union it's up to the E. U. to decide whether to let the process stretch out through January teri Schultz reports the E. U. is strongly leaning toward granting that extension British prime minister Boris Johnson says he hasn't given up taking Britain out of the block next week but he you leaders are still due to decide whether or not to grant his formal request to push that date back to January thirty first European Council president Donald tusk says he's recommending the twenty seven government approved the extension that would avoid Britain leading without any framework for future relations which would cause chaos on both sides it's not clear however that everyone's on board with a three month delay leaders have said they want a clear sign this is the last time they'll be asked to a comedy British indecision French president Emmanuel corn has indicated he's only willing to delayed by a
Turkey launches military offensive in Syria
"Turkish forces are waging offensive against Kurdish militia fighters in northeast out of harm's way gregory NPR news Washington the European Union is telling the Turkish government that to halt its military operations in Syria is Teri Schultz reports that you says it will not support Turkey's
EU May Cut Funding to Countries in Violation of Block's Principles
"The European Union may start cutting funding to countries that violate the blocks principles teri Schultz reports the new mechanism could affect the large sums Brussels cents each year to help hungry and Poland both of which are clashing with the E. U. over some of their government's policies this idea has been debated in Brussels for years that countries breaching E. Y. deals such as the integrity of their judiciary freedom of the press should receive less money from the central E. U. budget than more democratic counterparts Finnish prime minister on feeling they're currently heading the blocks six month rotating presidency says he expects all governments to approve what would become an annual vetting procedure thank you there were marked on monitoring a tells finish radio he's optimistic the measure will be approved in connection with current budget negotiations Hungary and Poland are already facing infringement proceedings for repeatedly violating the E. U.'s founding values they also are two of the highest net recipients of E. U. funds for NPR news I'm teri Schultz in Brussels
Johnson the Brexit 'Hulk' finally meets EU's Juncker
"British prime minister Boris Johnson is holding Breisach brexit talks today with the head of the European Union has teri Schultz reports the meeting is their first since Johnson took office Boris Johnson set up his lunch time meeting with European Commission president John called you current brexit negotiator Michelle Barney a by describing his country as the incredible hulk saying it will get angry and burst free of its use shackles on October thirty first dealer no deal although the British parliament has passed a law requiring Johnson to reach an agreement with Brussels or ask for a brexit extension he says he
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"Have already failed wants to come to agreement making this extra meeting necessary for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. US census bureau is facing a tough. Tight deadline to start the printing of twenty twenty cents as forms by tomorrow. NPR's Hans long reports. It's unclear whether that deadline will be met after President Trump's call to delay next year's constitutionally, mandated headcount, President Trump called for a census delay hours after the supreme court ruled to keep forms for now. This question is this person a citizen of the United States, Steve Choi heads when the challenges of that question, the New York immigration coalition? The court ruled that the citizenship question was not about whatever cockamamie reason. Donald Trump gave for the supreme court ruled then fact this citizenship question was a direct strike at big immigrant rich states like New York. The printing of one point five billion paper, census forms and other mailings was scheduled to start on Monday, census bureau ficials have said that could be delayed until the end of October, but that would require additional resources and could jeopardize final sentence. Preparations on Zealand, NPR news, New York, and you're listening to NPR news. And. This is WNYC in New York. I'm David I. Twenty seven th annual dyke. Mark has stepped off from Bryant park yesterday. The March was one of the world pride events taking place in New York City this weekend. But this was resistance March with no floats. And no corporate presence co-founder Maxine Wolfe was there. She says almost thirty years later, the event is still necessary. We have to fight for lesbians in every single kind of community and that means that will we're fighting for women who are losing their kids. We're fighting for transgender women of color, who are being beaten with fighting for women who are on welfare, lesbians, who are on welfare. We'll have to pretend they have a man at home. We there are so many issues that are not about marriage. New York City's pride March kicks off at noon today at twenty sixth street and Fifth Avenue marking the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall uprising. Organizers say they expect one hundred and fifty thousand people to March with hundreds of thousands more lining, the streets to watch. For more coverage visit WNYC dot org slash stone. On wall fifty. In sports, the Yankees beat the Red Sox with a score that looked more like an NFL football game. Seventeen to thirteen in the first major league baseball game played in Europe. Each team scored six runs in a first inning at London stadium that stretched nearly an hour. The teams face each other again. Today in London. The game time is ten o'clock this morning for us watching back here in New York. The mets. Well, they lost again. This makes seven losses in a row. The Atlanta Braves beat them five to four currently, seventy four degrees. Mostly sunny skies today, expecting a high near eighty five. Support for NPR comes from Capital, One offering the spark cashcard for businesses committed to helping business.
Swiss voters approve tighter gun laws, lining up with the EU
"Swiss voters of approved a measure to tighten the country's gun laws bringing them in line with European Union standards, even though the country isn't a member. Teri Schultz reports Brussels had worn. The Swiss no vote would cost them in cooperation early results indicate two-thirds of Swiss voters approve of tougher gun laws to match those of the European Union. The new rules will require regular firearms training. Restrictions on the purchase and possession of some semiautomatic weapons and registration of guns, Switzerland has one of the highest rates of private gun ownership, as citizens are allowed to keep their training weapons after doing mandatory military service, if non-evil Switzerland wants benefits like participation in Europe's. Border-free shangen zone. It's. Acquired to follow e you restrictions. Still the demand from Brussels set off a huge debate. Opponents argued adopting the EU directive violate Swiss sovereignty, while supporters underscored the need for strong cooperation including in police matters with the
Brexit: EU leaders plan for no deal as other options dissolve
"After British lawmakers rejected a Brexit plan for a third time with no backup plan. European Union leaders have given the UK a new Brexit deadline of April twelfth whether or not parliament can come to an agreement. Teri Schultz reports both sides are gearing up for a no deal. Brexit starting today. Britain was supposed to have quit the EU, according to the original line, but British lawmakers continue to block the departure plan. Prime Minister Theresa may struck with EU you leaders in November minutes after the latest parliamentary rejection Friday European Council. President Donald tusk called an emergency summit for April tenth, the European Commission says the EU has been anticipating this no deal scenario for more than a year and is now fully prepared. We will remain United. The commission says emphasizing the benefits offered withdrawal agreement including a transition period will. Not be considered if the UK leaves April twelfth without accepting the
Netherlands tram shooting suspect to face terrorism charges
"In Houston officials in the Netherlands have charged a man with murder in connection with the shooting deaths of three people this week. This was on a tram in the city of Utrecht Teri Schultz reports investigators allege the suspect acted alone cookman tennis faces multiple terrorism related charges stemming from the shooting spree murder or manslaughter for the three deaths attempted murder or manslaughter for the injuries and making threats with terrorist. Intent the Thirty-seven-year-old Turkish immigrant will go before a judge on Friday. The prosecutor's office says forensic psychiatrists will examine tennis to try to learn whether his action stemmed from personal problems combined with radicalized ideas,
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"News in Washington. I'm Barbara Kline. President Trump has wrapped up a speech at the conservative political action conference an annual meeting of right wing activists. NPR Shannon, van Sant reports. Trump ratcheted up the rhetoric to sound off on familiar themes, and a fiery speech at CPAC. Trump dismissed the Mueller investigation and oversight efforts by Democrats in congress. They fight so hard on this which is phony deal that they put together this phony thing that now looks like it's dying. So they don't have anything with Russia. There's no collusion. So now, they go and morphine to let's inspect every deal. He's ever done. Trump criticized the investigation is being produced by people who were not elected and called it the collusion delusion. He also used his speech to rail against former FBI director James Comey and mock his former attorney general Jeff Sessions, Shannon, van Sant NPR news Washington in Syria. Us-backed Kurdish forces have resumed their battle to force ISIS from the village of biogas its last piece of territory in Syria. They paused fighting for the past few days to allow an estimated thirteen thousand civilians to flee though. Kurdish commanders say some are refusing to leave chlorine was likely used as a weapon in an attack last year on the Syrian city of Duma Teri Schultz reports that's the conclusion of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons after investigating the attack that much of the west blames on Syria. The OPCW doesn't attribute blame for attacks. And its latest report only analyzes what substance killed as many as seventy people in Douma last April. The global watchdog says months of testing and interviews indicate. It was likely molecular chlorine and not a nerve agent as a regionally suspected a U N commission of inquiry has already found the substance was contained in a gas. Cylinder dropped by a helicopter on a residential building. In one of the last holdouts of anti-government forces fighting the Syrian regime, the US France and the UK launched retaliatory air strikes against government sites. A week later Syria denies involvement and its ally. Russia maintains the whole incident was staged by the opposition backed rescue workers the white helmets for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz Canada's giving the go-ahead to a hearing on extraditing Chinese executive wanted in the US, Dan carbon Chuck reports the case is going before the British Columbia supreme court next week. The decision came just before a midnight deadline for auto water formerly proceed with the case against Moung. Joe while ways chief financial officer. She was detained three months ago on an extradition request from Washington, the US alleges wall way conspired to violate international sanctions. Against iran. Ottawa says the decision to go ahead with a case came after a thorough and diligent review of the evidence..
Poland accuses Israeli official of "racist" remarks, bails on summit
"A summit between east European leaders and Israel has fallen apart. The summit was cancelled after Poland pulled out today as Teri Schultz reports or saw announced its boycott in protest of comments made by Israeli leaders about polish complicity in the holocaust. This summit will now just be meetings between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Czech Hungarian and Slovakian counterparts polish prime minister Matteo motive yet ski had already downgraded his country's representation to his foreign minister after Netanyahu suggested last week that pulls cooperated with Nazi Germany and the holocaust then on Sunday. Israel's newly appointed. Interim foreign minister Yisrael Katz repeated this and said he could never forgive and forget it going further to quote, former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir saying every poll suckled anti-semitism with his mother's milk. What have yet ski called the comments racist and unacceptable and cancelled all polish
Belgium’s Prime Minister Resigns After Revolt Over Migration
"The prime minister of Belgium has announced that he's quitting over tensions calls by his support for the new United Nations migration packed from Brussels. Teri Schultz reports that the immediate political future of the country is still unclear as the king has not announced whether he'll accept the resignation prime minister, Sean Michelle submitted his resignation after losing the support of his right wing coalition partner for signing the UN migration deal in Marrakesh last week Michelle last left-wing opposition parties to back him. But instead they prepared a no confidence vote. So he decided to quit the king could ask Michelle to stay as a caretaker prime minister until. The elections scheduled for may he could also dissolve parliament, which would require elections in forty days. The anti immigrant nationalist party end via had warned Michelle not to even go to the UN meeting where one hundred sixty four countries agreed to try to improve the management of global migration flows. The prime minister went anyway and envio pulled out of the government coalition triggering the
Attacker shot after stabbing policeman in Brussels
"Outside the city's main police station this morning, those the knife wielding attacker and the policeman. He stabbed are hospitalized with. Non-life-threatening injuries following the early morning incident near Brussels police headquarters after the man stabbed an officer. Another policeman opened fire wounding him in the chest Belgium is still on edge after an Islamic state linked cell launched attacks on Paris and Brussels from here in recent years. Well, there's speculation in local media. This too was a terror attack interior minister Yanjun says the suspect's name does not appear in national databases tracking radicalized citizens Teri Schultz for news, Brussels. At eleven
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"Student and Nancy van vessel a director in the college of medicine. The two were killed by a gunman who opened fire at a Tallahassee yoga studio Friday university. President John Thrasher told the crowd he is deeply saddened but also angry fought for four. Four years in the previous two years when I was in the Florida legislature to keep guns off this campus. And I promise you, I promise you I will continue to fight that fight in two thousand fourteen a gunman shot three people in a campus library paralyzing one of the victims for NPR news. I'm Ryan daily in Tallahassee. This is NPR. Dutch investigators are closing their probe without resolving the mystery of a suicide by poison that took place almost a year ago and a Hague courtroom as Teri Schultz reports have not been able to figure out how the former Bosnian Croat general got the potassium chloride into court slowdown. Pro yet committed suicide on a live television feed moments after losing his appeal for a war crimes conviction. The seventy two year old former military commander shouted that. He rejected the verdict and dramatically drank vial of liquid. He died two hours later in the Hague hospital. The Hague public prosecution service spent almost a year looking at surveillance video from the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia they interviewed witnesses and searched the cell where probably a kid been held since two thousand thirteen after being found guilty of war crimes against Bosnian Muslims. They found a farewell letter to his family, but no proof of how and when probably got the potassium cyanide. Authorities concluded no crimes were committed in court staff. Followed. All relevant procedures for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz NATO has confirmed that a Utah mayor who was also a Utah. Army national guard member who was training commandos in Afghanistan was fatally shot by one of his Afghan trainees thirty nine year old. Brent Taylor had taken a year long leave of absence as mayor of north Ogden for his deployment. The average price of regular grade gasoline has dropped eight cents over the past two weeks to to eighty five gallon industry analyst trilby Lundberg says falling. Crude oil prices are the main reason for the decrease at the pump..
Trump threatens to cut aid to Honduras over migrants
"To stay in its customs union. But maize government says that's not a long term solution. There were reports the EU is with. Willing to extend the transition period by a year in exchange for British concessions on the border issue for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels on Wall Street, the Dow was down more than two hundred points. This is NPR from news. I'm Brian watt. The family of Redwood City man who died two weeks ago after a confrontation with San Mateo county sheriff's deputies. He's calling for video of the incident to be released cake. Alex Emslie reports deputies responded to a busy street in Millbrook on October third and approached a man who was dodging in and out of traffic, a deputy reports using a taser and dispatch audio and another deputy later says pepper spray was also used. Multiple tasers deployments. Oh, Kobe was later pronounced dead. His sister Abella Okabe says her family needs to see videos taken from sheriff's dashboard cameras. We will never get him back. And so we are just begging for the opportunity to be able to not have him murdered again by not knowing what happened to Kobe says her brother struggled with mental illness, but had been stable for about a decade San Mateo county's district. Attorney says he'll release the videos as soon as all witnesses have been interviewed.
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"Forecast with Iran. Poor in the KPI x five weather center everybody happy Friday we. Made it it's a warm went out. There things are starting to rise on up as far as temperatures are concerned upper eighties for, inland, communities today, all thanks to a ridge of high pressure the warmth is actually impacting inland. Areas the most through the weekend. And well into next week around the beaches in the bay pretty consistent still an onshore breeze and that morning marine layer low sixties. At the, coast upper sixties for the bay tomorrow the bay. May be a little bit warmer in the low seventies sea-surface temperatures are actually. A little bit above average for a change this. Weekend also inland areas you'll reach the low nineties a lot of. The hottest spots. He'll stay there Monday Tuesday, Wednesday also a lot of the same KCBS news time six fifty one traffic and weather together on the. Eight so an all news one zero six nine AM, seven forty Casey CBS the, newly rebuilt, section of big sur's famously, scenic highway one is already beginning. To crack this is just one month after the road reopened San Francisco Chronicle reports a cracks were discovered this week along structure coastline that was. Closed for over. A year after massive mudslide. Washed out the road now state. Transportation officials say the, cracks, some. Of which are over a foot long are not, cause for concern they say they do not affect the. Roadways integrity and are not unusual, for, new pavement in the. Area Labor, Day weekend marks the unofficial, end of summer and the unofficial start of the big push toward the midterm elections in November and one key part of that story we'll play out on, Facebook where campaign strategists, are expected to target ever narrower slices, of voters with ever more extreme, messages the Wall Street Journal reports consultants. Or simply trying to motivate people who already hold certain political views rather than persuade anyone the newspaper. Quotes one democratic strategist who tested. A variety of ads two years ago and in, her words when it came to affective nece ugly and incendiary one, every time interviews with candidates consultants and former Facebook employees show the process is aided. By, Facebook's relevant score, system for pricing, ads which the company says can lower the cost of reaching people and. Then there's the sharing affective Facebook users share one of these ads the buyer gets more exposure for free Under, current law residents of all twenty eight you nations have had moved. Their clocks forward an, hour in March and then, back in October but that could change reporter Teri Schultz has the story the European Commission that you use executive branch says it will soon propose ending the, twice per year time, changes well this is long been discussed, EC spokesman Alexandra venture Stein says, a recent consultation of almost five million. Citizens has pushed the commission to act Eighty four. Percent of respondents are in favor of putting an end to the biannual truck change what's not yet clear is. Whether, scrapping the e u standard. Could mean. Each government decides to follow a different schedule which would create logistical chaos Teri Schultz for CBS news Six fifty four Jason's were this KCBS super micro Intel money this update sponsored. By the Tucci and associates stand a couple of big changes could be coming for investors the Wall Street Journal says President Trump. Is expected to sign an executive order today that's intended, to make it easier for smaller firms to offer 401K retirement plans to their workers another part of the order directs the government to review rules. That require retirees to begin taking annual drawdowns on the retirement accounts once the reach the age of seventy and a half the journal also reports that the securities and, Exchange Commission is looking to revamp its regulations in order to allow individuals. To invest in private companies the SEC has long. Frowned on smaller investors betting on the private markets because of. The higher risks associated with those investments stock market is off to a mixture today the Dow. Losing twenty points to twenty five thousand nine hundred sixty six the NASDAQ though was up twenty points at eighty one, zero nine getting up from. Apple and Amazon is down By about one point at twenty nine hundred apple stock continues to hit record highs it's. Up another one and a quarter, percent today. We're coming down yesterday it's next iphone batch. Will be coming out on September twelfth and Amazon. Stock up about one percent continuing to hit record highs. In inching closer to a, one trillion dollar market cap on the money watched Jason Brooks KCBS central alarm how can I help you hi I installed my alarm system myself along. The video doorbells.
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"Military is in terrible shape i mean they don't have a they they haven't been properly trained they're not prepared to take on a crisis if it was needed and they also of course don't put enough into into the other capabilities like cyber there are some countries that are way behind on keeping their systems safe and again when you have an an alliance of twenty nine countries if you have one country even one country that's completely week and you expect the others to share your intelligence with them of course that's not going to work and that is a big problem here intelligence sharing does not work as well as it should inside nato dairy within a matter of days president trump is going to be meeting with vladimir putin of russia on nato members of very concerned about russia's aggression is seizure of crimea in ukraine what is what is the greatest concern that nato has about this meeting as it looks on everybody is worried that that that he could go and make some kind of comments on crimea for example that that might make president putin think that you know the us might might recognize the annexation he is said you know we'll have to see what happens in their meeting and that's an shivers down the spine not just of a nato allies that are on the border nobody wants to see the us wavering at all on nonrecognition of crimea it's a nato the nato policy that that won't happen it's even us policy that that won't happen so when things like that or said it makes everybody nervous especially if if it's possible that there will truly be a one on one meeting with note takers present i mean i think you probably hear the same things on the us side that's reporter teri schultz from brussels at nato hey orders terry thank you great to be with you.
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"In the meantime on a ten thousand euro bail several e you leaders have accused ngo ships of indirectly aiding human traffickers saying they should let the libyan coast guard coordinated rescue missions and take the migrants back to libya but the ngos argue the migrants would not be safe in libya where they have faced abuse and rape in holding centres this is inside europe nato's twenty nine heads of station government will be in brussels next week for a summit the alliance consider as crucial as a time of growing threats around the world but in the days leading up to the high level or rendezvous teri schultz reports the issue that's being discussed the most is the clash between the us president donald trump and german chancellor angela merkel no one knows what to expect when donald trump comes to brussels next week no one can forget what happened last time he got together with other world leaders at the g seven in canada when he refused to sign a final communique his opinion of nato swings wildly while his opinion of the leader of the most powerful economy in europe chancellor angela merkel remains consistently low they absolutely right to be nervous i think that sophia bash from the centre for european reform we know that trump and america don't have the greatest relationship we know that they're very different type of leader you know but she has dealt with different types of fetus before but for some reason it's a bit more difficult with president trump one reason in particular trump has seized on the fact that in twenty fourteen nato allies agreed to language saying they aim to move towards the guideline of putting two percent of their gdp into defense budgets within a decade which means by twenty twenty four eight allies already do that more will do it by twenty twenty four but germany isn't among them miracle has announced germany won't get anywhere close just one point five percent by twenty twenty five so fi abeche explains how this has become the center of us german and to some extent us nato tension a lot of president trump thinking seems to revolve around money revolves around dealmaking and the two percent fits well into sort of warped vision of what alliance on the territory is about so for him demme's paying up jimmy's not paying enough he's you know he's right to certain extent in the sense that jamie is state with nato you know if nato wants to get its defense spelling up germany is one of the biggest economy does need to increase but it's benson defense and local has acknowledged that she has said that because the transatlantic relationship is a pillar such important pilaf germany's foreign policy does need to increase defense spending nato deputy assistant secretary general james hathaway says the alliance would like to focus on the fact there are no longer budget cuts being made all allies are increasing their expenditures we are turning a corner defense spending is no longer falling in any nato country it's going up in all nato countries it's heading towards two percent in the majority of nato countries over twenty percent of that is being spent on new equipment so even on the burdensharing story when.
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"Over overtime speculating where i am and she goes on to say that she's at the white house feeling great and working hard that's npr's serra mccamman reporting isis is claiming responsibility for tuesday's terror attack in belgium that left three people dead including two police officers teri schultz reports from brussels the islamic state's announcement that benjamin herman who carried out the attack and leauge one of its soldiers is unusually brief and devoid of detail peter von austin one of the foremost terrorism researchers in belgium translates the text as simply claiming the shooter killed three people on is orders to attack countries participating in the us led coalition against the group the message does not refer to the fourth person authorities believe herman killed monday night in another town belton justice minister couldn't says he feels responsible for the attack because herman was out on a two day pass from prison he converted to islam in jail and reportedly became radicalized there for npr news i'm teri schultz in brussels this is npr news from washington more evacuation orders have been issued in hawaii because of new lava flows from the killer way of volcano residents of two coastal neighborhoods on the big island were told to leave amid worries lava might cut off potential escape routes for those people scientists at the us geological survey say lava is now flowing from the volcano at a rate covering six football fields and our officials say volcanic gas emissions remain high the head of fema is responding to a study suggesting thousands of people in puerto rico died as a result of hurricane maria npr's greg allen reports after surveying households in puerto rico researchers with the harvard ta chan school of public health concluded deaths from hurricane maria were more than seventy times.
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"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk mandatory evacuation orders are up for thousands of residents of hawaii's big island as the kilowatt volcano continues to spew lava into residential areas casey harlow from hawaii public radio says more volcanic vents are appearing to more vents opened up in daily lonnie estates and lonnie puna areas of the big island that makes it a total of eight volcanic vents opening up and are active in hawaii county at least five homes have been burned to the ground by the slow moving lava more than seventeen hundred people have evacuated their homes since the volcano started rubbing thursday the us geological survey says more eruptions are likely i new command created by nato to counter russian activities in the atlantic region will begin operations july first from brussels teri schultz reports the pentagon says the increased us nato focus is necessary to deter the kremlin nato's new atlantic command it will be based in norfolk virginia it will report to the us military and will initially include just fifteen servicemembers but will expand to more than two hundred and fifty nato defense ministers approved creating this command in february to oversee ships aircraft and landing forces in the north atlantic a second new command will be based in germany to work on improving the mobility of troops and equipment across europe in case of a threat to a nato ally pentagon spokesman johnny michael says the new usbased command will be the linchpin of transatlantic security for npr news i'm teri schultz in brussels thousands of people turned out in central paris saturday for a party against french president emmanuel macron and bears eleanor beardsley reports the opposition accuses macron of being a president of the rich.
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"Investigators from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons or the opcw are preparing a report to determine what substance killed dozens of people earlier this month the opcw's factfinding mission has retrieved samples from the site of an alleged chemical attack in douma and is evaluating whether a second visit is necessary the haguebased agency says the material will be taken back to the netherlands and then sent out to designated testing labs for analysis opcw investigators had to wait a week in damascus before getting clearance to visit the site of the april seventh incident which western governments believe was a gas attack by the syrian government on civilians in the rebelheld suburb i the visit was delayed by the russian government then a un security team was fired upon while doing a check of the area the us has suggested russia tampered with evidence before the investigators were allowed in for npr news i'm teri schultz the international monetary fund's policymaking committee says countries should take advantage of the broadest based expansion in a decade and enact reforms that will make their economies more efficient the wrapped up three days of meetings in washington dc today saying it expects the world economy to grow three point nine percent this year and next which would be the fastest pace since two thousand eleven but an intensifying dispute between the us and china over beijing's aggressive attempt to challenge us technological dominance has raised the prospect of a trade war the could drag down worldwide growth barbara bush was honored today in a funeral service at saint martin's of huckabee church in houston the former first lady died tuesday at the age of ninety two after a number of hospitalizations and sasha inger has more of saint martin's episcopal church refill first lady melania trump sat beside the obamas and the clintons as friends and family shared memories of barbara bush her friend susan garrett baker spoke of bush's dedication to literacy and being pen pals with strangers former florida governor jeb bush just spoke of her as mom mom got difficult times with consistent take it to the bank unconditional but tough love she called her style a benevolent dictatorship but honestly it.
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"But unprofor eac learned that his appeal had been rejected which would mean he'd likely spend the rest of his life in prison then he stood up all of us he said he was not a war criminal and that he rejected the court's verdict with disdain then the presiding judge said this still police police adult but probably didn't sit town instead he picked up a small cop brought it to his mouth tossed his head back through a translator said this i have taken poison judge looked stunned other judges jumped out of their tears and the curtains were drawn and the court suspended its hearing probably later died at a dutch hospital reporter teri schultz has been following this story from brussels and she is with us now he terry hey cowley so i mean first of all the question i think so many people have is how could he have gotten poison into this courtroom a place that i would imagine has pretty intense security dutch authorities are investigating but they certainly haven't made any statement about this actually but everyone i spoke with including attorneys who worked at the court were shocked not so much actually that he could have sneaked this in because it was very small your checked for electronics you check for things in your pockets but that could have gotten through what people are surprised about is that there weren't more measures of prevention taken on this last day of the court where you knew the whole world was way to be watching that every precaution wasn't taken to make sure nobody could pull anything like this who was slow it on probably oc what was he convicted off well he he certainly wasn't one of those household names among the indictees at the war crimes tribunal he was a bosnian croat politician basically an even a former theater director of but but during the war he he became a commander ahmad military commander and what he was convicted of was was actually not stopping.
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"22nd the birthday of billy jean king the tennis star who crushed bobby rage 74 abc the news is next live from npr news in washington on of korver colmec's former bosnian serb general ratko mladic which has been convicted of genocide he was found guilty on ten of eleven counts for atrocities committed during the bosnian war egged 1990s teri schultz reports from the hague where victims and their families are expressing relief inside the court expressions of pingcuo god egged clause when months or he said rot commodity within the rest of his life in jail for his campaign to rid bosnia of ethnic muslims modest guilty as rubber needs a genocide where more than seven thousand men and boys were killed he also is guilty of a long list of other atrocities including persecution and extermination judge ori 400 crime the chamber shrimp mr rod comb luggage true laws appreciable jr modest heard the verdict from a room outside the court having been ejected for yelling at the judges when used to suspend the hearing due to what his defense said was dangerously high blood pressure frontier news i'm teri schultz in the hague lauded is going to appeal his sentence lebanon's prime minister is back home johnson two weeks ago said out hariri made a strange televised address from saudi arabia not from home he shocked the country by saying he'd quit his job in pierce richer lock says there's now been another twist todd el history has returned to lebanon and says he will for the moment at least remain as the country's prime minister hariri said he had tried to quit in protest of the strong influence of hezbollah the iranianbacked group in lebanon the company's president milan has promised him move for this call dialoque to try to resolve these problems npr's routes sherlock reporting researchers say they're a step closer to developing a device that can improve memory in people with brain damage and npr hamilton reports study in the journal nature communications scientists studied nearly three hundred people to figure out how different regions the brain communicate when someone makes our retrieved a memory and they found a distinctive pattern of trickle signals associated with an intact memory system michael kahane.
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"The ousted catalan leader carlos push iman remains in belgium but spain is formally asking belgian authorities to send him back from brussels teri schultz reports on how the belgian government is handling the case justice minister shane says the belgian executive branch has no role to play in the fate of separatist leader puzder ma and four other catalan officials now that spain has issued a european arrest warrant for them kings is published an open letter explaining the procedure which has replaced extradition between european union governments and has carried out directly between judicial and police authorities in the relevant countries as cleans describes it pushed him on will receive a summit shortly to be heard by a belgian judge who will then decide whether to keep them in custody while a determination is made whether he should be sent back to spain him may appeal pushed him on says he will cooperate with the belgian judiciary but his lust feet in spanish justice for npr news i'm kerry shalt in brussels and you're listening to npr news an american appeared in court in zimbabwe today twenty five year old martha o'donovan has been charged with subversion over a tweet criticizing president robert mugabe she could face twenty years in prison o'donovan arrest as the first since mugabe appointed a cyber security minister last month she's been working with local satirical video outlived called makamba tv a federal lawsuit filed against the state of nevada claims the state's public legal defense system is leaving defendants and rural counties under represent it.
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"Is in beijing for talks on trade and north korea ahead of a planned visit by president trump in november it is tillerson second visit to the world's secondlargest economy since he became secretary this time he is expected to reiterate us concerns about china's large trade surplus with the us and whether beijing is putting enough pressure on pyongyang catalonia is set to hold a referendum sunday on whether to separate from spain as teri schultz reports the european union has denied please for mediation amid worries about its own unity to to breakaway movement in a number of member countries both pro and antiindependence activists in catalonia would like brussels to get involved but the eu is trying to stay out of what it considers an internal issue for spain european commission spokesman alex it into stein was asked how the bloc would react on sunday are they were going to do anything we will as everybody else uh what should events unfolded the spanish constitutional court has ruled the referendum illegal while few eu politicians would support separatist movements some are calling for restraint the spanish government has arrested catalan officials threatened to arrest hundreds of mayors and shut down websites in an effort to prevent the vote for npr news i'm cheri schultz in brussels a wrong says his flight ban over the kurdistan region is now in effect the ban is being imposed in retaliation for that region's independence vote earlier in the week a move that's been widely condemned by several countries i'm she stevens npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the robert wood johnson foundation working with others to build a culture of health for all on the web at our wjr dot org and the john d and catherine.
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"The head of nato says the alliance will be closely watching russia's military exercise with belarus next month jens stoltenberg is also calling on moscow to be more transparent about them their expected to be the largest in years is teri schultz reports the nato chief made the comments while visiting nato troops stationed in poland some thirty five miles from russian territory stoltenberg's visit to poland comes three weeks before russia's due to begin military exercises that it says will train fewer than thirteen thousand troops the alliance suspects the weeklong series of maneuvers with belarus may actually include up to one hundred thousand forces the nato chief urges moscow to be honest english news source through forces but nations should also respect their commitments to transparency both belarus and russia have invited a small number of diplomats to visitor days but not to close up inspections that international law requires for exercises exceeding thirteen thousand troops for npr news i'm kerry schultz in brussels this is npr the ceo of general electric jeffrey immelt is taking himself out of the running to head up over uber's board is meeting this weekend to find a new leader as the ride hailing company tries to overcome ethics scandals and to become more profitable a new monument will be unveiled in alabama and the next hour a peers alex alba sean reports it's a confederate memorial a memorial dedicated to unknown alabama confederate soldiers is being unveiled at a privately owned park and crenshaw county alabama david coggins is a member of the sons of confederate veterans and owns the park he says the monument honors confederate soldiers in alabama who died in battle and never received a proper burial but benard simultaneity president of the into believes he peas alabama state conference says there's more than just heritage it play known no good won't do group open gruber computer prone to determine the indable acp is opposing the monuments saint confederate symbols are inherently divisive for npr news i'm alex abu shannon tuscan lusa alabama.