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"terrorist military  organization" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"terrorist military organization" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Always looked for peace come prosperity for their own people and for the whole region. They have given everything toe give the peace process Asians to succeed. Senior Hamas official blossom name speaking to be from Gaza. We're gonna have to me Emma now, and the confrontations between the military, which seized power in a coup three now months ago and its many opponents after weeks of street protests and the crackdown that followed. Some of those opponents have taken up arms against the military government. Take Chin state in Western Mama. Three weeks ago, a group calling itself the Chin Land Defense Force began launching attacks against government soldiers from the town of men that they've now pulled back after reinforcements were sent there, including heavy artillery when one member of the chin and defense Force who didn't want to be named, told us what have bean happening. Today and because of the poor quality of the line, One of our producers has spoken his words. The situation is good in terms of the situation is getting intense and worse and worse. The terrorist military is attacking civilians and shooting whoever they see on the street. They apply a shoot on sight policy. I stood on sight policy from our side so we don't have any on our side. We don't have new modern weapons. We use a handmade rifle normally used for hunting. Now we use it to protect ourselves on to protect the civilians from the terrorist military organization organization. They call us terrorists. They call us terrorists, but we didn't start this. We protect our cities on we use various other ways to express our voice is our boys from yesterday. Most of the civilians in men that have fled to safer places like the borders also are people from the chin Land Defense force had to move to different places. The BBC Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan had is following developments from Bangkok. He's been telling me how this confrontation between people in men Det. On the military began this local community essentially community inhabitants of men DATs, a town of fewer than 50,000, people. Essentially announced it was no longer accepting military authority more than three weeks ago, and it confronted the military about number of activists who being detained. There were four days of fighting, which actually met the military's attempts to send in reinforcements on these mountain roads were blocked. They're actually ambushed and we think the number of soldiers were killed. At that point, the local military forces it really didn't feel up to the job actually negotiated and they've been talking for more than a week. Those negotiations went nowhere because the military wouldn't release their detainees. Fighting re started about four days ago. And that's where we saw the military. Bring in troops by helicopter, bring in heavy artillery on Effectually bombing the town into submission and forcing these volunteer activists who are armed, mostly with homemade hunting rifles. Leave the town and melt away into the forests around it. There are obviously justified fears for how the military will treat the population who remained in the town. I mean, everybody's seen how they treat unarmed protesters in mainstream cities, so it's easy to be concerned about how they'll treat a town, which has an effect rebelled against military authority. This Chinlund Defense force. I mean, you said they don't have much in the way it way of weapons. I mean, is it really just a sort of ragtag militia then of activists Hard to know any of the Children Defense Force covers a number of local militias we've seen. I mean the people in men that call themselves the wind at People's Defense Force. It's in this area, though very much in the along chin state in the areas bordering India. Where there is both a tradition of making quite effective local hunting rifles. And they're no match for modern assault rifle, But they could certainly kill someone, and also then the place further north, where they near the border with India. They can. The people who opposed the military can escape across the border. They're also areas where there's enough trafficking and smuggling going on with there may well be access to smuggled modern weapons as well. It's the sort of casualties. This group and Mendez talked about that and then they were exaggerated, but they've talked about killing dozens of soldiers. You couldn't do that. Just with hunting rifles. So you know, I guess is that they have got access to some modern weapons. We've been told that there are maybe a couple of dozen You know, modern weapons They've got hold off. I think it's just that in the determination of the local population to resist, which is made life so difficult for the armed forces and Min Dat, and of course, the specter it raises now is if this is repeated Many more towns across Mama, then the army, which is very strong on well and will have a problem. It will be overstretched. It'll have to try to get reinforcements in as it did him in that, finding it very difficult by road trying to use helicopters. This could be a real problem for them. So what we've seen him in Daddy's quite a striking, really remarkably courageous act of defiance by local people who basically watched the way in which protesters were shot down and said, We've had enough of that message is resonating with seen lots of protests in other towns coming out to support the people of Mendez and saluting their bravery. Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan Had you're listening, Tunisia. Mm hmm. 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"terrorist military  organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:57 min | 2 months ago

"terrorist military organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We're gonna have to me M are now in the confrontations between the military, which seize power in a coup three now months ago. And its many opponents. After weeks of street protests and the crackdown that followed. Some of those opponents have taken up arms against the military government. Take Chin state in western Mama. Three weeks ago, a group calling itself the Chin Land Defense Force began launching attacks against government soldiers from the town of men that they've now pulled back after reinforcements were sent there, including heavy artillery. When one member of the chin and defense force he didn't want to be named, told us what had been happening today and because of the poor quality of the line. One of our producers has spoken his words. The situation is getting intense, and the situation is getting intense and worse and worse. The terrorist military is attacking civilians and shooting whoever they see on the street. They apply a shoot on sight policy should on sight policy from our side so we don't have any on our side. We don't have new modern weapons. We use a handmade rifle normally used for hunting. Now we use it to protect ourselves and to protect the civilians from the terrorist military organization organization. They call us terrorists. They call us terrorists, but we didn't start this. We protect our cities on. We use various other ways to express our voices expert our voice to you. Yet From yesterday, Most of the civilians in men that have fled to safer places like the borders also are people from the chin Land Defense force had to move to different places. Well, maybe see Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan had is following developments from Bangkok. He's been telling me how this confrontation between people amend that on the military began this local community essentially community inhabitants of men DATs, a town of fewer than 50,000, people. Essentially announced it was no longer accepting military authority more than three weeks ago, and it confronted the military about number of activists who being detained. There were four days of fighting, which actually met the military's attempts to send in reinforcements on these mountain roads were blocked. They're actually ambushed and we think the number of soldiers were killed. At that point, the local military forces it really didn't feel up to the job actually negotiated and they've been talking for more than a week. Those negotiations went nowhere because the military wouldn't release their detainees. Fighting re started about four days ago. And that's where we saw the military. Bring in troops by helicopter, Bring in heavy artillery on Effectually bombing the town into submission and forcing these volunteer activists who are armed, mostly with homemade hunting rifles to leave the town and melt away into the forests around it. There are obviously justified fears for how the military will treat the population who remained in the town. I mean, everybody's seen how they treat unarmed protesters in mainstream cities, so it's easy to be concerned about how they're treated town, which has an effect rebelled against military authority. This Chinlund defense force. I mean, you say they don't have much in the way it way of weapons. I mean, is it really just a sort of ragtag militia then of activists Hard to know any of the Children Defense Force covers a number of local militias we've seen. I mean the people in men that call themselves the wind at People's Defense Force. It's in this area, though very much in the along chin state in the areas bordering India. Where there is both a tradition of making quite effective local hunting rifles. And they're no match for modern assault rifle, But they could certainly kill someone, and also then the place further north, where they near the border with India. They can. The people who opposed the military can escape across the border. They're also areas where there's enough trafficking and smuggling going on with there may well be access to smuggled modern weapons as well. It's the sort of casualties. This group and Mendez talked about that and they may be exaggerating, but they've talked about killing dozens of soldiers. You couldn't do that. Just with hunting rifles. So you know, I guess is that they have got access to some modern weapons. We've been told that there are maybe a couple of dozen You know, modern weapons They've got hold off. I think it's just that in the determination of the local population to resist, which is made life so difficult for the armed forces and Min Dat, and of course, the specter it raises now is if this is repeated Many more towns across Myanmar, then the army which is very strong on well and will have a problem, it will be overstretched. It'll have to try to get reinforcements in as it did him in that, finding it very difficult by road trying to use helicopters. This could be a real problem for them. So what we've seen him in Daddy's quite a striking, really remarkably courageous act of defiance by local people who basically watched the way in which protesters were shot down and said, We've had enough of that message is resonating with seen lots of protests in other towns, coming out to support the people of men data and saluting their bravery. Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan Had you're listening, Tunisia..

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"terrorist military  organization" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:45 min | 2 months ago

"terrorist military organization" Discussed on WBUR

"You can tell me the answer to that. I mean, my friend you must you must know. Instead of the international represented Hamas, representing around 40%, at least off the people here on the ground in Palestinian general and in particular Gaza is this an ex accused Will commit and ethnic cleansing to eradicate 40% of the Palestinians because they are believed when the political point of view of Hamas, I think this is not acceptable, okay, because you seem to be suggesting that that probably were Hamas offices in that building. Is that what you're saying? I don't know. I am not aware, but I know that Hamas is part of this off the people off old people education. Universities, schools. They are part of the people. By the way. This is our right to use any kind of resistance tow the abrasion on the commission Does that right include the right to fire hundreds. Thousands of rockets indiscriminately Inter Inter Israel, killing one of the latest count 10 people, including two Children, is that I mean, you said You were a position of doctrine. I saw that in your background. I mean, is that acceptable to kill civilians in that way? How can you compare very symbol? Homemade projectiles launch as a kind of resistance as a response to 15, years off season seventies off occupation and killing of thousands and arresting one more than one million policy No were arrested Sister 67. It. Oh, if 55 airplanes or f 16 to preserve it is justified. Is that what you mean? It's justified to Pharrell those rockets into Israel without any targeting of many, or most of them landing in civilian areas. The Palestinians today and one year ago and 30 years ago. They have always looked for peace come prosperity for their own people and for the whole region. They have given everything toe give the peace process a chance to succeed. Senior Hamas official blossom name speaking to me from Gaza. We're gonna have to me M are now in the confrontations between the military, which sees parent a coup three now months ago. And its many opponents. After weeks of street protests and the crackdown that followed. Some of those opponents have taken up arms against the military government. Take Chin state in western Me, Emma Three weeks ago, a group calling itself the Chin Land Defense Force began launching attacks against government soldiers from the town of men that they've now pulled back after reinforcements were sent there, including heavy artillery. When one member of the chin and defense force he didn't want to be named, told us would have bean happening today and because of the poor quality of the line. One of our producers has spoken his words. The situation is getting intense, and the situation is getting intense and worse and worse. The terrorist military is attacking civilians and shooting whoever they see on the street. They apply a shoot on sight policy should on sight policy from our side so we don't have any on our side. We don't have new modern weapons. We use a handmade rifle normally used for hunting. Now we use it to protect ourselves in to protect the civilians from the terrorist military organization. Its reorganization they call us terrorists. They call us terrorists, but we didn't start this. We protect our cities on we use various other ways to express our voice is our boy. Yes. From yesterday. Most of the civilians in men that have fled to safer places like the borders also are people from the chin Land Defense force had to move to different places. Well, maybe see Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan had is following developments from Bangkok. He's been telling me how this confrontation between people amend that on the military began this local community essentially community inhabitants of men DATs, a town of fewer than 50,000, people. Essentially announced it was no longer accepting military authority more than three weeks ago, and it confronted the military about number of activists who being detained. There were four days of fighting, which actually met the military's attempts to send in reinforcements on these mountain roads were blocked. They're actually ambushed and we think the number of soldiers were killed. At that point, the local military forces it really didn't feel up to the job actually negotiated and they've been talking for more than a week. Those negotiations went nowhere because the military wouldn't release their detainees. Fighting re started about four days ago. And that's where we saw the military. Bring in troops by helicopter, bring in heavy artillery on Effectually bombing the town into submission and forcing these volunteer activists who are armed, mostly with homemade hunting rifles. Leave the town and melt away into the forests around it. There are obviously justified fears for how the military will treat the population who remained in the town. I mean, everybody's seen how they treat unarmed protesters in mainstream cities. So it's easy to be concerned about how they'll treat a town which has an effect rebelled against military authority. This Chinlund defense force. I mean, you said they don't have much in the way it way of weapons. I mean, is it really just a sort of ragtag militia then of activists? Hard to know any of the Children Defense Force covers a number of local militias we've seen. I mean the people in men that call themselves the wind at people's Defense Force. It's in this area, though, very much in the along chin state in the areas bordering India, where there's both a tradition of making quite effective local hunting rifles, and they're no match for modern assault rifle, but they Because certainly kill someone and also then the place further north, where they near the border with India. They can. The people who opposed the military can escape across the border. But they're also areas where there's enough trafficking and smuggling going on with there may well be access to smuggled modern weapons as well, the sort of casualties this group of men that's talked about that, and they may be exaggerated, but they've talked about killing dozens of soldiers. You couldn't do that. Just with hunting rifles. So you know, I guess is that they have got access to some modern weapons. We've been told that there are maybe a couple of dozen You know, modern weapons They've got hold off. I think it's just that in the determination of the local population to resist, which is made life so difficult for the armed forces and Min Dat, and of course, the specter it raises now is if this is repeated Many more towns across Mama, then the army, which is very strong on well and will have a problem. It will be overstretched. It'll have to try to get reinforcements in as it did him in that, finding it very difficult by road trying to use helicopters. This could be a real problem for them. So what we've seen him in Daddy's quite a striking, really remarkably courageous act of defiance by local people who basically watched the way in which protesters were shot down and said, We've had enough of that message is resonating with seen lots of protests in other towns coming out to support the people of Mendez and saluting their bravery. Southeast Asia correspondent Jonathan Had you're listening, Tunisia. Distribution of the BBC News are in the U. S. 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"terrorist military  organization" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"terrorist military organization" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Iran's revolutionary, guard corps, a terrorist organization. Iran responded by labeling Centcom, a terrorist military organization as well, Martha Raddatz with this live tonight. And Martha officials say they have clear indication's that Iran was preparing for a possible attack. As I mentioned on US forces in the region. Do we know anything more tonight about these threats David there have been no specifics? But this show of force certainly sends a strong warning to Iran that if they do attack they will face what the White House is calling and unrelenting response David Martha Raddatz with us here as well. Thank you, Martha. And now to the global headline tonight that was decidedly more upbeat. In fact, a lot of cheer after news broke today of the Royal baby Prince, Harry and duchess Meghan, welcoming a baby boy and breaking tradition handling the announcement the reveal in their own way announcing the news and an Instagram post first, and then Prince Harry coming outside their home to talk to reporters he could not contain excitement. And then revealing when the world will see the baby our Amy Rohbock at Windsor Castle. Tonight. A beaming Prince Harry sharing his happy news with the world. I'm very excited to announce that myself had a baby boy, Harry was there by Meghan side. I'm so incredibly proud of my wife on every floor, the an parent we'd ever say, your your babies, absolutely amazing. But this little thing is is full of song. Just over the moon. Royal will wishers celebrating on the streets of Windsor popping champagne, the traditional easel outside Buckingham Palace announcing the first biracial Royal baby seventh in line to the throne, but the Sussex's choosing to spend a few private days at home Megan's mother Doria there with them. No same day photo ops. Like we've seen with his Royal cousins and newborn Prince Harry himself in the arms of his late mother. Diana, Harry, clearly thrilled to be a dead something he left about back when he and Meghan got engaged. Children. Currently. Of course, I think in one at one step at a time. Yes, we all remember that interview. But how quickly things change Harry ever the loving father there today? He couldn't contain his excitement Amy robots, but on baby watch for what seems like weeks. Now. I I love how they tested tradition there today. Amy doing it on their terms. So when will the world see the Royal baby? Well, David we heard from Prince, Harry, and he said that he and duchess Meghan. We'll introduce their son to the world in two days time. So that would mean that we'll all get to finally meet baby boy Sussex by Wednesday, David Amy robot on the watch Amy. Thank you back here at home tonight into growing measles. The scare the with new numbers tonight. Seven hundred sixty four confirmed cases this year sixty more than a week ago. Cases now seen in twenty three states Pennsylvania has now been added to the list, we're gonna turn next year tonight to a member of our own family sharing a very personal story about suicide about loss. Dr Jen Ashton, our chief medical correspondent and her two children suffering. Unexpected heartbreak and their message tonight to other families in this country. You are not alone and about ten thirty in the morning. Three. Detectives knocked on the door and showed their badges and came in and. Asked me to sit down and the lead detective said we found your name on the remains of your husband. And at the word remains I collapsed onto the floor. And I just started screaming. No, no, no, I and. I just I just couldn't believe it Dr Jennifer Ashton, enter husband, rob, also a doctor they met while studying medicine at Columbia. They married the following year and had two children, Alex Chloe, both Jen and her husband successful doctors and both deeply devoted parents. Shit with the trips as a family, the skating lessons and the hockey games that would follow. King score games. Rob was the quintessential hockey, dad. He would tie her skates before games, the children came first. And over the years..

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