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"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on AP News
"With homicide survivors now for 30 plus years and just when you think you've seen it all you have it This is absolutely one of the most gut wrenching scenarios that I've dealt with and I've seen a lot and been through a lot Andy Khan is with the Houston victim services and crime stoppers that sound from KTRK Police had been searching for Gonzalo Lopez since he escaped from a prison bus They add he killed the family Thursday and took several firearms and their pickup Lopez was killed Thursday evening in a shootout 200 miles away Families of two recent mass shooting victims will appear before a House committee as Democrats in Congress tried to underscore the devastation caused by the country's growing gun violence House oversight committee chair Carolyn maloney since the hearings aimed at galvanizing bipartisan support for gun laws that can save lives The panel will hear from the mother of a man shot at a buffalo supermarket and the parents of a ten year old girl killed in her Texas classroom Also due to appear are you voting fourth grader whose story President Biden Rick Howe did last night while urging Congress to act Who spared blood offer murdered friend's body on her own face to lie still among the corpses in her classroom and pretend she was dead in order to stay alive Sagar Meghani Washington Funerals held Friday for three more the 19 children killed and Yuval day Former hedge fund CEO David McCormick concedes the Republican Senate primary in Pennsylvania to celebrity heart surgeon doctor mehmet Oz who will face Democrat lieutenant governor John fetterman who is recovering from a stroke Federman's cardiologist says he also has cardiomyopathy This is AP news Health officials say genetic analysis of monkeypox showed two possible strains in the U.S. Federal health officials say many of the U.S. cases were caused by the same strain as recent cases in Europe but a few samples show a different strain East ring had been seen in U.S. cases last year before the recent international outbreak was identified The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says analysis from many more patients will be needed to determine how long monkeypox has been circulating in the U.S. and elsewhere Monkeypox has endemic in parts of Africa where people have been infected through bites from rodents or small animals it does not usually spread easily among people The U.S. has identified at least 20 cases in 11 states I Norman hall Donald Trump's former trade representative Peter Navarro accuses federal prosecutors in the FBI a bullying him He's been indicted and arrested for contempt of Congress for refusing a subpoena from the House select committee investigating the January 6th attack on the capitol I'm Tim McGuire EP news Police in Hong Kong are enforcing strict security on the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown in China dozens of police officers patrol Hong Kong's Victoria park after authorities banned any public acknowledgment of the Tiananmen Square crackdown for a third consecutive year for decades Hong Kong traditionally held a candlelit vigil in the park to remember the violent military suppression of student protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on the 4th of June 1989 the ban is seen as part of a move to eradicate any signs of political dissent and is evidence of Hong Kong's loss of freedoms as Beijing tightens its grip over the semi autonomous Chinese city Hong Kong resident Donald Tam told the AP Beijing's increasing control over the city is upsetting I'm disappointed because although no one is organizing any commemorative events the authorities are already on high alerts I'm Karen Chammas A Southern California hospital emergency ward was the scene of a S.W.A.T. team standoff Friday I'm Ben Thomas with the story Los Angeles Police say a man walked into encino hospital medical center in the San Fernando valley asking for treatment for anxiety and stabbed a doctor into nurses They were taken to a trauma center in critical condition Lauren McAllen as a surgical tech at a nearby hospital she tells KA B C They were carrying people out on stretchers One underwent surgery but all three were later listed in stable condition meantime the man holed up in a room for about four hours before S.W.A.T. team members finally arrested him He was taken to another hospital for treatment of self inflicted injuries Police say he has a lengthy criminal record including two arrests last year for battery of a police officer and resisting arrest coming just two days after a gunman killed four people and then himself at a hospital in Tulsa Oklahoma McAllen tells kabc It's.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And go to Hong Kong where normally on this day people would have been marking the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing the event remembers how pro democracy supporters many of them students were killed by the Chinese security forces as they demonstrated in one of the city's public squares Here's how the BBC's Kate AD reported that day 33 years ago The noise of gunfire rose from all over the center of Peking It was unremitting On the streets leading down to the main road to Tiananmen Square furious people stared in disbelief at the glow in the sky listening to the sound of shots Those events produced one of the most iconic photos of the 20th century alone protesters standing in front of a line of army tanks Hong Kong was once the only place in China where such events were permitted until the introduction of a national security law officials have warned that any unauthorized assembly could see demonstrators facing prison sentences of up to 5 years It is getting increasingly challenging to get to speak to the residents of Hong Kong and find out what their political views are But today we've been speaking to someone who used to attend that vigil every single year He asked us not to use his name for his own safety I first asked what would he have normally been doing on this day I used to go to Victoria park for the ceremony on this incident So many people every year especially in 219 it almost 200,000 people in the park to memorize this incident For me as a father of two children I think I have more obligation to pass these pieces of history which is so but very important history pieces of history to the next generation I think I have mobile drive to let the next generation thinking about of key thinking of this incident which is sold significant for any Chinese people How does it feel then As a father of two that this year you can't mark that because unauthorized assemblies not allowed by the authorities How do you explain that to your children Indeed I can't explain because the political environment in Hong Kong is quite different You know the national security law has been passed and forced now So as a father I don't want them to think too much You did because it's quite dangerous put them into a very dangerous position Because on the one hand I don't want them to talk about this kind of easel in school or to the friends because I think that's surveillance but on the other hand I think we have the application that I've mentioned to pass them There are too young to know the truth But does it give us an idea of some of the conversations that took place around Tiananmen Square before we've seen the changes that have taken place in Hong Kong What sort of conversations were there about it I think it's quite because it's so close to us because as a Hong Kong people we always tried for our universal suffrage And this is linked to the 1980 9s inserted which those students were trying to pursue the same goal as we do So I think Hong Kong people will think why they're so close at so important to us What does it tell us about Hong Kong Because the previous two years the authorities have said no gatherings because of COVID this year it's very clear that they just don't want people to gather to mark this event This is a very significant moment isn't it for Hong Kong and for people like it is very very very significant And I think that only excuse not the true reason why we can not have together it yes How do people who are pro democracy in Hong Kong How do you show that sentiment now It seems almost impossible to be able to do so Yeah Friends to come to my home and we get up and have a short talk on them We both have children just keep it inevitable profile Tony did into our private gathering Do you get worried about that Do you get worried that if you show any sentiments regarding Tiananmen Square that you could be arrested a number of people have been arrested haven't they I think it's not I'm worrying I even think of that Yes because I'm not sure You know for taking this interview I know I'm at risk but I still think there are some still have some very limited room for us to express our opinion of this incident Do you think that you with your children will be able in the next few years to be able to go to a vigil to mark this day again Or do you think that's never going to happen Never going to happen How does that make you feel Does it make you think of wanting to leave Hong Kong Take your children somewhere else Yes Sure To be honest yes Definitely We've had the U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken makes him strong remarks about the fact that people like you can not go and hold a vigil Is that going to make any difference though I can't see the difference right now but I think that we're a big change in Hong Kong in the coming few years I don't know I'm not sure indeed But do you think that if we have more international pressure from the U.S. on China will that make any difference in the end to the lives of people in Hong Kong your ability to stand up and protest I think it's better than nothing but I won't put too much hope on that Yes What should be done then What can be done to change the circumstances in Hong Kong You've got John Lee now in charge He's a former security chief do you worry that he's going to suppress democracy even more than before now Yeah yeah Most of the people like me most of us think it's no turnaround The thing will get worse and get worse So indeed we are really appreciate foreign country like Canada U.S. or even UK They offer us some lifeboat scheme for the Hong Kong and those or appreciate democracy veritable democratic value to have a better way to move to their country I think most people like me will choose to leave Hong Kong Yeah Can I ask you when you talk to your friends your colleagues at work What sort of split is there on this Are there people who do support the Chinese strategy who do you say this is the right way forward for Hong Kong To be honest most of my Friends is not supporting Chinese government so much Yes Indeed I don't think Hong Kong society itself is so spirited The split is only on the government or the very rich and the other ordinary citizens Okay I'm going to ask you a final question You must have been very young when Tiananmen Square happened What do.
Police patrol Hong Kong park to enforce Tiananmen vigil ban
"Police in Hong Kong are enforcing strict security on the 33rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown in China dozens of police officers patrolled Hong Kong's Victoria park after authorities banned any public acknowledgment of the Tiananmen Square crackdown for a third consecutive year for decades Hong Kong traditionally held a candlelit vigil in the park to remember the violent military suppression of student protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square on the 4th of June 1989 the ban is seen as part of a move to eradicate any signs of political dissent and is evidence of Hong Kong's loss of freedoms as Beijing tightens its grip over the semi autonomous Chinese city Hong Kong resident Donald Tam told the AP Beijing's increasing control over the city is upsetting I'm
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson religious or medical accommodations will be considered but to work in a store the vaccine or test requirement stands Those who opt for weekly testing will have to pay out of pocket for the cost of a pharmacy test No take at home results will be accepted Friend PR names I'm Diana Pong in Seattle To Kentucky now where the state's legislative session begins today and the governor is expected as lawmakers to give him the ability to set at least one requirement to help slow the spread of the coronavirus in schools Here's Karen Tsar of member station Governor Andy beshear will ask the same Republican led Kentucky General Assembly that stripped him of any ability to issue COVID safety regulations to give him back the authority to impose a statewide school mask mandate the rapidly spreading Alma cron variant has pushed Kentucky's positivity rate to 20.72% This is NPR A Hong Kong lawyer and activist has been sentenced to another 15 months in prison for her part in helping organize a vigil now deemed illegal by Chinese authorities and pure Emily fang reports At her sentencing chow Hong tongue read aloud essays from the families of victims in China's 1989 Tiananmen massacre Chau was found guilty this week of inciting an illegal vigil in 2021 to commemorate the massacre An event which is heavily censored in Mainland China She has already in prison serving a 12 month sentence for her part in the same vigil in 2020 Her rest coincides with a dark period for the Hong Kong press corps One independent outlet stand news shut down last week after 7 of its reporters and board members were arrested Another independent outlet citizen news shut down days later saying it feared for its reporter's safety Emily fang and peer news hainan China Hong Kong leader Carrie lam has addressed the recent closure of two media outlets in the city speaking at a news conference today she said she can not accept that press freedom in Hong Kong faces extinction saying the decision to close made by the media outlets themselves or comments came after authorities arrested 7 people associated with the pro democracy news outlet stand news yesterday neither online news operation announced it would stop operating over what it described as a deteriorating media environment Global financial markets seem to be shrugging off worries about rising coronavirus infections they are mostly higher today After Wall Street closed at record highs yesterday with Apple becoming the first company to reach a $3 trillion market value I'm joyous Snyder NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting A private corporation funded by the American people and jarl and Pamela moan thanking the people who make public radio great every day and also those who listen You're listening to WNYC good morning I'm Sean Carlson.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"Brought to you by audible. How Hong Kong is dismantling the memory of the Tiananmen Square massacre by Amy guna. After months of debate over what to do with the pillar of shame, a statue commemorating the victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre on the campus of the university of Hong Kong, workers arrived in the middle of the night, dismantling and removing it. Reports started circulating on social media late Wednesday that security guards had erected plastic sheets and barricades around the statue, and that construction work could be heard going on. Videos on social media showed the top being wrapped up and carried away, while the base was removed by a crane. Since its 1997 handover from British colony to semi autonomous Chinese territory, Hong Kong had been one of the only places in China that openly marked the events of June 4th, 1989, when tanks rolled into Beijing's Tiananmen Square and left what is believed to be hundreds, if not thousands of protesters dead, and a violent crackdown by the Chinese Communist Party. More than 180,000 people were estimated to have gathered in Hong Kong's Victoria park in 2019 to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the crackdown. But following massive anti government protests that year, Beijing has tightened control over Hong Kong, called up in the clamp down, commemorations of the Tiananmen massacre. Dozens of pro democracy figures are behind bars, and many civil society groups, including the group that organize the annual Tiananmen vigil, have disbanded. The world's only Tiananmen museum closed earlier this year over licensing issues. The Tiananmen commemoration event has been banned for the last two years, with officials citing COVID-19 restrictions, although other large events have been allowed, and nightclubs had been allowed to reopen a month before this year's anniversary. In December 8 activists were sentenced to jail for participating in the banned vigil, including media tycoon Jimmy lai, who was given a 13 month jail sentence over charges that he incited others to take part in an unlawful assembly. Other prominent democracy figures like Albert Ho, the former chairman of the group that organized the annual gathering have been jailed on charges relating to protests in 2019. HK confirmed the removal of the orange colored statue, which depicts corpses piled on top of each other in a statement issued Thursday. It's said that approval was never granted to display the statue, which was erected in a prominent spot on campus more than 20 years ago. And that it had been put in storage. The university also said it was very concerned about the potential safety issues resulting from the fragile statue. The university had requested that the 26 foot statue be removed from its campus in October, sending a letter to a now disbanded civil society group that organized annual candlelight vigils to mark the Tiananmen Square massacre in Hong Kong. The request sparked protest, and the law firm Mayer Brown, the university's legal representative, withdrew from the case after facing international pressure. Jens gell shut, the Danish sculptor who made the statue, said in a statement that he was shocked by its removal, and that he'd been trying to contact the university for several weeks to move the sculpture. He said, it is a disgrace and an abuse and shows that Hong Kong has become a brutal place. With audible, you can listen to the best of what moves you, whether you love stories, comedy, motivation, or want an escape, audible has you covered. Hear your favorite celebrities, acclaimed writers and exciting new voices all in one app, and this holiday season, audible has a limited time offer on access to bestselling audiobooks, exclusive originals and popular podcasts, sign up today and get 60% off your first three months. Just visit audible dot com for more details..
Hong Kong tycoon given 13 months jail for Tiananmen vigil
"Hong Hong Kong Kong tycoon tycoon he's he's been been given given thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail full full of of Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil Hong Hong Kong Kong court court has has sentenced sentenced activist activist and and business business tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai to to thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail for for urging urging participation participation in in last last year's year's bound bound Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil amid amid a a crackdown crackdown by by Chinese Chinese authorities authorities that that is is rolled rolled back back the the semi semi autonomous autonomous cities cities civil civil liberties liberties light light the the founder founder of of the the now now shuttered shuttered pro pro democracy democracy newspaper newspaper apple apple daily daily has has already already been been jailed jailed for for taking taking part part in in pro pro democracy democracy protests protests for for which which he he will will serve serve a a total total of of twenty twenty months months the the District District Court Court convicted convicted seven seven others others on on similar similar charges charges and and handed handed out out sentences sentences of of up up to to fourteen fourteen months months I'm I'm Charles Charles that's that's my my Hong Hong Kong Kong tycoon tycoon he's he's been been given given thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail full full of of Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil Hong Hong Kong Kong court court has has sentenced sentenced activist activist and and business business tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai to to thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail for for urging urging participation participation in in last last year's year's bound bound Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil amid amid a a crackdown crackdown by by Chinese Chinese authorities authorities that that is is rolled rolled back back the the semi semi autonomous autonomous cities cities civil civil liberties liberties like like the the founder founder of of the the now now shuttered shuttered pro pro democracy democracy newspaper newspaper apple apple daily daily has has already already been been jailed jailed for for taking taking part part in in pro pro democracy democracy protests protests the the which which he he will will serve serve a a total total of of twenty twenty months months the the District District Court Court convicted convicted seven seven others others on on similar similar charges charges and and handed handed out out sentences sentences of of up up to to fourteen fourteen months months I'm I'm Charles Charles that's that's
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"A former Venezuelan spymasters arrested in Spain on US drug charges. Police in Spain have arrested General Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan spymaster wanted on narcotics charges in the United States. The arrest in Madrid came nearly two years after Spain's high court issued an extradition order and Carvajal disappeared. Carvajal faces narcotics charges in New York and Florida over alleged ties to Colombian rebels known to control cocaine smuggling routes. Carvajal has denied any wrongdoing. I'm Mike Rocio. Hong Kong Police charged the group that organizes the city's annual Tiananmen candlelight vigil and three of its leaders with subversion under the National security law and made an ongoing crackdown on dissent. The chairman and the two vice chairs of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China were charged Thursday with quote inciting some version of state power. Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. The majority of Americans say they agree with Democrats Senator Joe Manchin advice for his party to hit the pause button on the president's $3.5 trillion spending bill. The findings coming a new opinion pulled by the bipartisan group no labels, 60% of respondents say they favor a pause to better understand the impact of trillions of dollars in new spending. Only 40% say the spending is needed now to boost the economy. Originally presented as an infrastructure bill. It now focuses on what supporters have turned human infrastructure spending aimed at long time Democrat social priorities, such as expanding Medicare and immigration reform by Magna reporting state of New York and two large county is to agreed Thursday. To a $50 million deal to end their lawsuits with drugmaker Endo International and the latest of a progression of settlements of government claims over the opioid addiction and overdose crisis. Endo admits no wrongdoing. More on these stories that town hall dot com. I'm Rhonda Rostrum. Looking for a way to get free from debt will gather up your bills and call it care one credit counselor. Today we are credit counseling agencies that have helped two million people just like you. I see people every day who are on the brink. They're going to go over the edge and the bottom is bankruptcy. We pull them back, and they appreciate that you get to consolidate your payments..
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Note on the property market in China. China's government is expected to maintain pressure on the sector for at least another six months. That's according to Macquarie. Saying that the downturn has not yet bad enough for Beijing to reverse course, 12 minutes before the top of the hour that silicate markets it back to the top news stories making headlines in San Francisco. All right, thank you. Brian. Japan's emergency to be extended to September 30th Japan's economy Minister Kazutoshi Nishamura says extension for 19 areas including Tokyo. Confirming the media reports that we've been carrying for the past couple of days. U. S Secretary of State Antony Blinken says the Tiananmen vigil leaders arrested in Hong Kong are it is a blatant abuse of law by the government. An announcement expected today on some relaxing of New South Wales restrictions. October 18th as vaccination rates near 70%, the U. S. Is urging the Taliban to lead to charter flights carrying would be evacuees to leave. Former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has apologized for fleeing the country. As the Taliban took over UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund health and social care. And New York City, says 65% of eligible students have received at least one dose of the vaccine. And, uh, NBC TV reports out its rate card for the Super Bowl will be as much as $6.5 million for a 32nd spot. That's up a paltry from a paltry 5.6 last year. So what does that 0.9 almost another million dollars in San Francisco? I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Bloomberg.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Billion back before the IPO was abruptly halted. By Beijing. In some of the currency numbers. Dalian 1 10 21, the offshore Chinese currency, the CNH at 6 46 against the US dollar yield on the 10 year Treasury 1.33%. Most of the cash markets are down about 3/10 of 1%, and that is a check of markets. Let's get to news with that. Baxter in San Francisco ahead. All right, Thank you. Brian. Japan's emergency to be extended to September 30th, Japan's economy minister Yes, Yoshi Nishamura says extension for 19 areas, including Tokyo, confirming the media reports. U. S Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Tiananmen Vigil leaders arrested in Hong Kong are blatant Abuse of law. An announcement is expected today on some relaxing of New South Wales restrictions. October 18th as vaccination rates near 70% US is urging the Taliban to let charter flights carrying would be evacuees to leave. Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has apologized for fleeing the country as the Taliban took over. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund health and social care. And Florida schools can start legally requiring masks. State Court judge again Turning back Governor Rhonda Santa's blocking of mandates in San Francisco I met Baxter. This is Bloomberg, Juliet. Thanks, Ed. Let's get back to Alex Wolf, Head of investment strategy for Asia. J. P. Morgan private bank Galaxies in an interactive brokers studio in Hong Kong. Let's talk about the complications for the Fed. We have that weekend than expected Jobs report. Fed officials also saying that U. S economic growth down shifted slightly in early July through August, said the Delta variants still wreaking Lot of havoc. When do we see a tape in here? We still expect an announcement later this year. So we expect an announcement in November and then tapering to begin in December. But of course, there's quite a bit of a flexibility around that. We could see it come a little bit later, depending what what data looks like, depending on the continued impact of Delta, But we think the latest nonfarm payrolls is not enough. We need to see a more more persistent, deeper downturn in terms of the labor market recovery for for it to really impact the Fed. So the next couple months will be will be key in that respect, and they've been so effective in communicating their intentions. I wouldn't imagine. Maybe I'm wrong here that we're going to see much in the way of market reaction When it finally comes to pass. What do you think? That's that's our view as well. This is probably one of the most Well signaled monetary policy moves in a long time. Everyone is known. It's coming and what's different now, if you compare a lot of people's memories of tapering in 2013, but now The market pricing is very much in line with fed expectations, whereas back then market was price for very dovish Fed. And then the Taper announcement Force markets to react more to price in a more hawkish fed, But now you're looking at market pricing very much in line with the feds, so shouldn't expect much of a market reaction for what it actually is announced, and it begins. Delta is still complicating things in terms of the reopening, and even in places across Asia that have high vaccination rates are not still seeing it kind of happened to the extent that you thought you might be by this stage. What are you looking at? In terms of moving, I guess towards you're saying favoring cyclicals here, But there is, as you point out a lot to fully reopen. There's still a lot of headwinds ahead. Yeah, that That's one of our I think that's one of the components of our views of liking. Second goals is that we still have We talked about when we look at the U. S. And he said us is entering mid cycle. But you look at the rest of the world and there's still a lot of parts of the world that has yet to even really reopen. And I think Southeast Asia is certainly one of those areas, even even Japan. Where you have strong sequential growth yet ahead while in the U. S. That's largely behind us. But it will. It will require more vaccinations and as you mentioned are places like where you're sitting in Singapore that that have achieved a very high level vaccination but still struggling a bit with reopening. Were so positive that reopening will will progress as as a Delta wave someone passes because it looks like we're seeing a peak infections of Peking hospitalizations, at least in in the western part of the world where it does look like it's it's subsiding a bit. So data from the Institute of International Finance indicates that e. M excluding China suffered net outflows from both debt and equity in the month of August for the first time since the pandemic, and I'm wondering for a person such as yourself that focuses on developing strategies for Asia. Whether it's a real tough case that you've got to make right now that you don't want to be exposed to the US primarily that there are opportunities in Asia to take advantage of, if that's the case, make the case. Yes. So we've been looking at at Asia. Generally, investors look at Asia as as a block and tent. The the cycle in the past tends to move in line across countries in Asia. But now we're looking at quite a significant divergence between North, Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia, largely because of how it's contained the coronavirus as well as the structure of its economy. Korea, Taiwan, China Very, very strong Export numbers or Southeast Asia. More services based so we've been thinking about Asia. Much more selectively so looking at the individual markets that we see performing well and say Taiwan is a great example being driven primarily by semiconductors being driven primarily by exports, and you've seen very strong growth numbers there, so it's more about being selected within Asia. But there are still very strong cases for individual markets. Alex a quick word on Japan as we look to a leadership change. Yes, so that that removes one potential source of risk, I think looking at politics..
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Baxter's in the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco it all right, Thank you. Douglas. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says activists arrest in Hong Kong are a blatant abuse of law Also tweets Hong Kong authorities must end ongoing threats against civil society and those with differing political viewpoints, he says. Today's Arrest Tiananmen vigil leaders politically motivated and constitute the blatant abuse of law by those in power. Blinken also today urging the Taliban to let charter flights carrying would be evacuees leave. He says that and civilian as well. We will continue to press the Taliban. To allow the charters to leave. And also critically. To open uh, HK to the Hamid Karzai International Airport to the regular flow of civilian aircraft, which can enable the safe and orderly departure of people from Afghanistan, he says. Also understands Taliban, says the current cabinet as a caretaker government, which will be replaced by permanent government at some point. Meanwhile, flights carrying people evacuated from Afghanistan are making their way into the U. S. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says security is very tight. We are not going to allow flights to lands where we don't know what security protocols have been taken. Whether people have been vetted who is on these who are on these planes. And I don't think the vast majority of American citizens want us to do that either Sake says terrorists will not get through New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says as the 20th anniversary of 9 11 approaches. As of this moment, there is no specific and credible threat directed in New York City. We have an extraordinary counterterrorism capacity. We are watching all the time. We're going to have deployments all over New York City and the police commissioner says there's been chatter but nothing that isn't under control. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund health and social care. This will go to the highest level it could one and a quarter percent of working people and their employers. The vote 319 2 to 48 in the House of Commons. Johnson is called it a Pandemic Ketchup program, The W. H O says rich countries should refrain from booster shots through the end of the year. Not the first time that they have urged this to make doses go to the poor. The White House says in the past are has said in the past that the supply is there to do. Both. New York City says 65% of eligible students have received at least one dose of vaccine September 13th as the first day of school, Ireland offer M M and R. M RNA boosters to people over 65 nursing homes. And to anyone over the age of 60 and Japan's emergency is to be extended to September 30th, Japan's economy Minister Katsutoshi Nishamura says extension for 19 areas which includes Tokyo in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. Douglas. All right, Eddie. Thank you. Alex Wolff is with us. He is head of investment strategy for Asia at J. P. Morgan Private bank joining us from our studios in Hong Kong. Thanks for being with us, Alex. Lot of our conversation this morning where you are has focused on this. Kind of Crackdown That's been happening at a rate that seems to be like the steady drip drip drip, and I'm wondering what you think it's really about what is fundamentally happening here. Yes, I think it's more continuation of the messaging that we've had out of Beijing going back in a couple of years, emphasizing the quality of growth versus the quantity of growth and the way policy making occurs really anywhere but especially in China that you get the Get the strong signal in terms of policy direction, and then it takes time for that policy to be that policy direction to be implemented through the bureaucracy and going back to 2017. We heard more of an emphasis on the quality of growth. Which entails, of course. Reducing inequality, improving the environment, etcetera, and we're just starting to see that play out through policy actions. They focused on DECARBONIZATION. Now it's it appears to be more focused on reducing inequality. On improving the livelihoods of the low lower lower income middle income class and that that is a fundamental shift. But we're just seeing the policies now along that shit because be implemented. And it's just growing further and wider as well. And a lot of concerns about the property sector and what that means. A Bank of America saying unnecessarily aggressive Macquarie saying This would be the absolute last resort. If you see the tentacles go across here, but it just really raises the question of what do you do? How do you play this? You stay away at the moment. That the property question is probably the biggest and most important question really facing the outlook for China just over the last 10 years, the property cycle, the property sector really has been the key sector. Both driving growth, and when policymakers want to stimulate they stimulate through the property sector, so the regulations that we're seeing right now in terms of trying to cap property prices and reduce the ability of property developers really to grow significantly. That's good key question Mark, especially if we see growth slow. Below expectations into next year. Are they going to ease up some of those measures or maintain those measures? But as far as your question around that sector sector doesn't have the best prospects, especially because it seems like They are falling through, and a lot of these measures are quite biting, particularly for property developers, ability to grow and what we see in terms of other fundamental factors in the property sector. So if we're talking about a crackdown when it comes to high technology crackdown when it comes to property, what is going to be the the net consequence for economic growth in China? Taken as a whole, You'd have to think that the property one as I mentioned is probably the most impactful from a growth perspective, much more so than what we're seeing around Tech but taken as a whole as you mentioned with measures around the tax sector measures around Around the property sector. And even as I mentioned the the decarbonization measures, which are capping a steel production impacting industrial sector taken as a whole, it is going to have a negative impact. At the moment, though, it's really hard to quantify, and that's why that's why we think policymakers from Monterrey policy perspective are getting ahead of it a bit with easing, but they they will respond and will be data dependent. Once we know more about the.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"If you look at what's happening in the bond market right now, 10 YEAR Treasury building 1 33. We lost about four basis points in New York trading. So we're holding firm now. Relative to the New York close in a short while from now will get China data on inflation. Along with a new loans, money supply and aggregate financing. We'll talk more about markets in 15 minutes. Baxter's global news from the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco Ed. All right, Thank you. Dog. Japan's emergencies to be extended to September 30th Economy Minister. Yeah, I'm sorry. Yasu Tichy Nishamura says extension for 19 areas, including Tokyo. This confirms the media reports that we've been carrying for two days. U. S Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Tiananmen Vigil leader's arrest in Hong Kong are a blatant abuse of law. An announcement is expected today and some relaxing of New South Wales restrictions. October 18th as vaccination rates near 70% US is urging the Taliban to let charter flights carrying would be evacuees to leave. Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has apologized for fleeing the country. As the Taliban took over UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund Health and social care. The W. H O says rich countries should refrain from booster shots through the end of the year to make doses go to poorer nations and Florida schools can start legally requiring masks a state court judge again turning back Governor Iran to Santa's blocking of the mandates in San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, this is Bloomberg jewels. Thank you. And let's get back to Matthew Quayle, head of multi asset investment management for Asia. Fidelity International who joins us from Hong Kong. Just wanna pick up a little bit more about what we're talking about in China, the slowdown in terms of the economic recovery and also Beijing's regulatory crackdown. Bank of America, calling the property crackdown unnecessarily aggressive. What do your views as we continue to see this wide spreading crackdown from Beijing? Year on the liquidity side, and on the housing side. We still see a negative impulse, which generally leads to, um not quite the right time to go long axes at this juncture, but the government has room to take the kind of, um Their finger off this this issue on and they could bring in the quality increase the credit impulse slightly refrain on what they're doing in the property sector at some point To keep the balance. So I think that's the main signal that we will be looking for, in terms of when broad Chinese deputies and truly bottoming Matthew. We're not even sure in China if they know whether this is the profound revolution that some say it is or whether or not it's incremental steps by by the Communist Party. How are we supposed to know where it's going? Mhm. Well, they're they're addressing the political aims. But it's also well worth noting again that they truly want to compete on the global stage and take areas of China healthcare. They want an innovative Industry that can compete with US market and ultimately having the innovation in China will make it cheaper for the people. So in order for that to happen, and to inspire innovation, you've got to allow The upside in investment. So yes, in certain areas. This is a very hard crackdown, but in other areas that should be material upside. Talking earlier as well about the impact of the virus of Delta on the overall global economic recovery. What are you looking at, in terms of potential upside from some of the Asian countries that have potentially handled it better? We just had actually a really interesting story that Hongkong's growth will match Singapore's for the first time since 2000 and eight Yes, and in certain areas have done very well. But they've done very well by having, um zero covid policy. I think the transition to opening up with the rest of the world will be the big challenge. How do you go from a policy of cracking down to 02? Living with the virus, and I think that's what markets will be watching over the next year. It's hard to know, I suppose Matthew whether or not once we get the recovery, whether it's kind of in a rush and over fast. Are we going to fall off a cliff? Or do you think that the growth generally speaking will be sustained over a considerable period of time? Think growth will be sustained over a period of time, Uh, for now will be above trend. But there is the the rule of depth to consider, and ultimately, we would need higher productivity rates in the world for broad growth to be higher. But again coming back to areas there's going to be profound change over coming years With regard to areas like dealing with climate change, certain sectors of the economy would be doing incredibly well. And you say they're overweight. Those industries exposed to the change. What are you looking at? In terms of the older energy sector. We've got oil still holding these games. And, of course, that plays very much into the reopening theme, too. Yeah, we We think that oil is largely fairly priced here. So we've been taking down exposure to asset classes that are correlated to that, such as, um The Russian ruble. Um, so at the moment, we don't have a lot of active exposure to energy, but it's probably worth saying that, uh, as the world goes on a path. Over the coming years of reducing and demand and then trying to match supply to that.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"U. S Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says activists. Arrests in Hong Kong are a blatant abuse of the law. Baxter has global news from the 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco ahead. Yeah, Brian, he also tweets. Hong Kong authorities must an ongoing threats against civil society and those with different political viewpoints. He also says today's arrest of Tiananmen vigil leaders are politically motivated and constitute the blatant abuse of the law by those in power. Blinken today. Also urging the Taliban alleged charter flights carrying would be evacuees to leave. He says that and civilian as well, we will continue to press the Taliban. To allow the charters to leave and also critically. To open uh, HK to the Hamid Karzai International airport to the regular flow of civilian aircraft, which can enable the safe and orderly departure of people from Afghanistan. He says. He also understands Taliban says the current cabinet as a caretaker of governments, which will be replaced by permanent government at some point Meanwhile, flights carrying people evacuated from Afghanistan or making their weight into the U. S. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. Security is very tight. We are not going to allow flights to land where we don't know what security protocols have been taken. Whether people have been vetted who is on these who are on these planes, and I don't think the vast majority of American citizens want us to do that, either. Sake says terrorists will not get through. Former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani, meanwhile, has apologized for fleeing the country as a Taliban took over New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says as the 20th anniversary of 9 11 approaches. As of this moment, there is no specific and credible threat directed in New York City. We have an extraordinary counterterrorism capacity. We are watching all the time. We're going to have deployments all over, New York City commissioner says There's been chatter, but nothing that isn't under control. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund health care and social care. This will go to the highest level one and a quarter percent hike on working people and their employers Vote 319 2 to 48 in the House of Commons. Johnson has called it a pandemic catch up program. The W H O says rich countries should refrain from booster shots to the end of the year to make doses go to the poor, The White House has said. In the past there is supply for both another report today, NHK says. The Japanese government has told the ruling coalition it is planning to extend the state of emergency in Tokyo, Osaka and 17 other prefectures until September, 30th. In San Francisco. I'm Ed Baxter, This is Bloomberg. All right, Brian. All right. Thank you very much. Let's get to Matthew Quayle, who's head of multi asset investment management for Asia had Fidelity International math. You want to talk about the job situation in the United States slower hiring there. A lot of it was down to supply constraints. The jobs are being created, but they just can't find the workers. But I'm curious because you know, that would seem to suggest that well, it's not a problem. The demand is there, but it actually is an issue right? Good morning. Thank you for having me. Um yes, We have seen a very volatile different numbers in the job market recently. But ultimately what the markets looking for is this kind of landing from growth and inflation from the acceleration. We saw everything accelerated, um and and reopened. And now it's decelerating. It's going to land a certain level, and we still think growth and inflation or land above trend in the coming months, and therefore the Fed will be Will be tapering in December in likelihood, and that's quite likely to still lead upward pressure on real rates. So is this global recovery then over or are we just on pause for now? No, it's not over. It's just often markets react to the second derivative of growth or inflation. So when something accelerates very fast, but then it it comes back to US. Slightly lower growth rate. The market's trying to work out what level that's going to come back to, and I think we're going to bottom out at a pretty healthy level on growth and and quite reasonably elevated but controlled inflation level. Once the market has a bit more visibility on that bond markets can can move to appropriate levels and the market can digest that that reality. So given all that, what does it leave you? The most overweight? What do you like out there? So there are some medium term convictions around areas exposed to climate change. We still think that huge opportunity and industry that providing building insulation suppliers in the electrical vehicle chain Even areas like copper. Now on a medium term basis, there's going to be such a huge demand for copper to electrify the world, so it's areas like that. We're really looking for where they've sold off recently and adding to those In addition, we like the U. S consumer still, um, the U. S. Consumers never come out of the crisis in such a healthy position. And there there are a number of stocks across the U. S consumer space. That are exposed to that will do very well over over the medium term. And then finally, what we call Bond Proxies, versus versus bonds, so defensive XT such as healthcare utilities staples. The relative attractiveness of these versus that they corporate bonds on a risk adjusted basis have so much more upside in the medium term who have been looking, of course at the crackdown in China, too. And another one potentially on the way. It just seems very wide spreading here. How much are you staying away from investing in China? How vegetable is China at the moment? Yeah, I think it's wrong to think that this intervention is the flash in the pan. There is a driven common prosperity notion behind what is occurring and ultimately, political intervention can drive a higher risk premium. Structurally into into Chinese equities. Um, that said, there are a number of border areas that achieved now, Um and at some point, we're likely to see more carrot of that just stick their definitely industries that the.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Hang Seng Index Futures are down about 4/10 of a percent China futures off 2/10 of a percent, so it doesn't sound like To sharpen action, and that's kind of the way it was on Wall Street. The S and P 500 was down. Just 1/10 of 1% doubt off 2/10 of a percent, but people are still a little bit worried. About a slowdown in the global economy. While Fidelity Investments has slashed its estimate of ant groups valuation, it underscores the weakening outlook for and as the Chinese government ramps up the regulation of the industry. Fidelity now puts the valuation at about $78 billion. That's down from 244 billion back in February and down from 235 billion just before the IPO was abruptly halted. By Beijing back in November. And hence this headline on the Bloomberg terminal, which I thought was quite cute. China Center stage for consumer inflation, regulatory deflation and yes, we have seen the C S. I 300 trade down about 10% since the beginning of June. Although as mentioned earlier tech stocks have rebounded pretty sharply here over the past couple of weeks. I promise this one SEC chair Gary Gansler, putting the crypto currency industry on notice Gansler moving to preempt what he sees as risky behavior. SEC is threatening to sue coin base if it lets customers earn interest on their digital tokens. Coin based CEO Brian Armstrong later accused the SCC on Twitter of engaging in Quote really sketchy behavior so that one is heating up. And that is a check of markets. Head Baxter with news in San Francisco head All right, Thank you. Brian. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken says Tiananmen Vigil leader's arrest in Hong Kong are a blatant abuse of law. An announcement expected today on some relaxing of New South Wales restrictions. October 18.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The law head Baxter covering it all from the Bloomberg 9 60 newsroom in San Francisco. It Yeah. He went kind of Twitter frenzy today. Also tweeting along with That blatant abuse of the law that you mentioned, he says Hong Kong authorities must end ongoing threats against civil society and those with differing political viewpoints. He says. Today's arrest of Tiananmen Square Tiananmen Vigil leaders I should say are politically motivated and constitute the blatant abuse of law by those in power in Hong Kong. Blanket. Also today, urging the Taliban alleged charter flights carrying would be evacuees to leave. He says that and civilian as well, we will continue to press the Taliban. To allow the charters to leave. And also critically. To open uh, HK to the Hamid Karzai International airport to the regular flow of civilian aircraft, which can enable the safe and orderly departure of people from Afghanistan. Lincoln also says he understands that the Taliban says that the current cabinet as a caretaker government Which will be replaced by a permanent government at some point. Meanwhile, flights carrying people evacuated from Afghanistan are making their way into the U. S. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says. Security is very tight. We are not going to allow flights to land where we don't know what security protocols have been taken. Whether people have been vetted who is on these who are on these planes. And I don't think the vast majority of American citizens want us to do that either Sake says terrorists will not get through New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says as the 20th anniversary of 9 11 approaches. As of this moment, there is no specific and credible threat directed in New York City. We have an extraordinary counterterrorism capacity. We are watching all the time. We're going to have deployments all over New York City now, the police commissioner says. There's been chatter but nothing that is not under control. And former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has apologized for fleeing the country as the Taliban took over, he says Palace security urged him to leave as his staying would have set up horrific street to street fighting, He says quote I apologize to the Afghan people that I could not make it end differently. And the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a mandate to raise taxes to fund health care and social care. This will go to the highest level 1.25% 1 and a quarter percent on working people and their employers. The vote 319 to 48 in the House of Commons. Johnson has called it a pandemic Ketchup program in San Francisco. I'm at Baxter, This is Bloomberg, right, Douglas? Right, Eddie. Thank you. Let's get to Anna Han, our guest for the half hour. Anna is equity strategist at Wells Fargo. Joining us on the line from here in New York. Thanks for being with us Santa today at we got kind of word than a number of money managers are very cautious now in the U. S equity market and A number of them see relative valuations as being excessive. This is really not anything new. If you've been paying attention, I mean, these markets are very richly priced. Is it a surprise to you? And are you a part of this mentality that thinks that we've got to pay more attention to where evaluations are trading right now. Doug. I can't really say that. I'm caught by surprise here that some parts of the market are more expensive than others. That's been the story we've been telling. And we've known that going into the pandemic and coming out of it, so to see investors a bit taken aback. I can't say we're in the same boat, but I think what we have to appreciate is a nuance of which parts of the market we're looking at that look overvalued, versus less or more attractive. Okay, so which parts might be re talking about you and how you taking profits there? For us, we're spinning out and away from the software industry that looks expensive to us on evaluation basis. It's near the late dot com bubble levels and to us the environment that we see today is not really something that we think justifies that kind of expensive a richness, especially for how MPs provisions have been going in that sector. It's not the risk reward we're looking for. But instead you know, take that cash. We recommend looking in media and entertainment. Think that the growth prospects in the outlook there are much better being for your buck, especially with the valuations being being more reasonable. So that's really the tube like pair trades that I've been focusing on lately, and the semiconductor space also looks to be richly priced. Would you devil here or is that the same theme that you just laid out with with respect to software that you would apply that thinking to semis? Definitely look at it in his relative valuation framework, and also one thing that's sort of clouding the SME sector. Keep in mind is the outlook on when these kind of supply chain constraints are going to ease up. If we don't have too much clarity there and given the valuations, then it's not really the most exciting picture for us, and we wouldn't necessarily enter that trade now. So for US semis, Not really the place we would look to pivot into Where do you find good opportunities at the moment. What's not too richly valued? Well, aside from media entertainment industry, which has been more of an offensive play something we've been talking a lot with clients have been a low volatility exposure. And when you think low volatility think you're defensive industry, you think you're sectors like REITs Utilities Industrials Now. Staples counts in there, too. But Staples comes with a little bit of concern with the reopening, timing and the reason why I'm looking at these low of all sectors. It's because evaluation why they are attractive, but on the other hand, they performed very well in volatile markets as a name of suggest, and with uncertainty coming around in the macro picture in the calendar. Especially with tapering potential concerns of what we're going to do this winter. If we go back into cope and lock down, these kind of things can be helped cushion the portfolio with a little ball lowball exposure. Yeah, it seems like it's a defensive play here, and you kind of laid out to the the the case for it if you're concerned about the macro environment And when we continue the conversation, I'd like to get your.
Hong Kong Arrests Pro-Democracy Leaders Behind Tiananmen Vigil
"Several members of one of hong kong's pro democracy groups have been arrested over accusations of foreign collusion. The hong kong alliance is well known in the city for its role in organizing an annual vigil for victims of the deadly nineteen eight thousand nine tiananmen square. Crackdown
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"Smart speaker to play Houston Public media. BBC World Service. It's three o'clock GMT This is Oliver Conway with the newsroom The U. S. Says it's concerned about the new Taliban government as protesters in Afghanistan voice their opposition. We are not afraid of death. We have the young generation and will bring the body of freedom. Our voices will make history. Three people were killed by Taliban security forces in harass also on the newsroom. Britney Spears, his dad asks the court to end the conservative ship, giving him control of her affairs. By women from Texas could soon be crossing into Catholic Mexico to get an abortion. Latin America is in a trend in reducing or even eliminating the use of criminal law to regulate abortion. And just a big shame that some beautiful resource behalf is going to go away because Humans. It's so sad. It's the remnants of a glacier that we know is going to be gone soon. Could the snows of Kilimanjaro disappear first on top stories? Hello. I'm Chris Barrow with the BBC News. The United States has criticized the composition of Afghanistan's new interim government, which includes figures accused of mass killings. The State Department spokesman expressed concern that it only includes Taliban members and close associates from Washington. His Barbara Plett harsher. What they had been asking for was an inclusive government, not just Taliban, but representatives of other communities and interests, especially women. What you got was mostly Taliban, No women as somebody who is on the FBI's most wanted list, Having said that it's an interim caretaker government so there may be changes. But also the policy statement that the Taliban put out does indicate that these veterans know they'll need as much help as they can get to run the country because it's in dire straits. So they sent out some signals to the international community. Things like they would not allow their territory to be used to harm other nations, so no safe haven for terrorists. Leaders of the pro democracy group, which organizes Hong Kong's annual vigil to remember those massacred in Tiananmen Square in 1989 have been arrested. Xiaoqiang tongue. The vice chairwoman of the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China, was detained at her office from Hong Kong, Daniel Vincent reports. Xiao Hong Kong was arrested just hours before the barrister was set to represent an opposition politician charged with violating the national security law. Police arrested Miss Chow and other key members of the pro democracy group in the early hours of the morning. National security Police had accused the organization of being an agent of foreign forces and requested that the group provide information about his membership, finances and activities. The organization refused to provide the information and deny the accusations. Energy ministers from Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Egypt a meeting today in Amman to discuss the US backed plan to ease evidence crippling energy crisis. It's hoped that Egyptian natural gas and Jordanian electricity can be transferred overland via Syria. To provide much needed power for Lebanon, which is in the throes of its worst ever economic crisis. Anna Foster reports every day is now a struggle in Lebanon. There are hours long queues at petrol stations for scarce and expensive fuel. Many people live without electricity, and they're going hungry, too. Because bakeries can't heat their ovens. Hezbollah has arranged its own solution. Three ships loaded with Iranian fuel, but receiving them would put Lebanon in breach of U. S sanctions today. Egypt, Jordan and Syria will try to nail down the details of their rescue plan. The people of Morocco are voting today in parliamentary and local elections. Many voters are concerned about the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic, which is also meant that no big political rallies could be held. World News from the BBC. The Mexican government says at least 17 hospital patients have been killed following flooding in the central state of Hidalgo, a river broke its banks in Tula after heavy rain, flooding the hospital building and cutting the power supply. The victims were covid 19 patients who needed oxygen supplies. The Constitutional Court in the West African state of Cape Verde has ordered the extradition to the United States of the Venezuelan government envoy has been accused of money laundering and corruption. Alex sob Colombian businessman was arrested more than a year ago as his plane stops to refuel in Cape Verde. He was in the Venezuelan government plane and was reportedly travelling to Iran on an important government mission. Military leaders who have seized power in Guinea have released about 80 prisoners ahead of Wednesday's summit of the West African grouping. Echo was to discuss Sunday's coup. The prisoners had been opponents of President Alpha Conde, who was ousted by special forces under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Mamady Drame. Booyah. The father of the American pop singer Britney Spears has filed a petition at a Los Angeles court to end his controversial 13 year control over her estate. Jamie Spears filed documents stating that his daughter was entitled to have the court seriously consider whether her conservative ship was no longer required. The legal arrangement was put in place after she suffered mental health issues. Spaces twice attempted to free herself from her father supervision. The latest here's David Willis. Last month, Jamie Spears agreed to relinquish control of his daughter's finances but failed to specify a date for it to happen. Now we end a petition filed with the court, he has asked not only to give up control of her affairs, but for the conservatorship itself to be concluded it will be up to the judge to approve that request. And a hearing has already been set for later this month. BBC news. Yeah. Thanks very much for listening to the newsroom from the BBC World Service with Oliver Conway. Despite promising an inclusive government for Afghanistan, the Taliban's newly announced regime is filled with hard liners. Including one on the U. N blacklist and another with a $10 million bounty on his head. The U. S. State Department has said it's concerned about the quote, affiliations and track records of some of the new ministers. But even as the Taliban supreme leader said life in Afghanistan will be governed by Sharia law, the lack of support from some parts of the population was clear as protesters took to the streets. The Taliban responded with force. Three people were shot dead in Herat. Protest in Kabul was broken up by shots being fired into the APP. Our correspondent succumb to command. He has been talking to some of the women who took part death.
"tiananmen vigil" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"The pandemic. There's been a worldwide increase in students going online to pay somebody else to do their assignments for them. If the works in English then chances are that s a will end up being written by somebody in Kenya. So what do the people who are the work is, um is international cheating industry? Think about what they do. That's BBC trending coming up after the latest World News. BBC News with Debbie rests the group behind Hongkong's annual vigil. Remembering those massacred in Tiananmen Square says it won't cooperate with the police investigation into the organization's activities. Police have accused the Hong Kong alliance in support of patriotic democratic movements of China of being a foreign agent, an allegation it denies. Islamic state militants are thought to be behind an attack that killed at least 12. Iraqi police. Security sources said the fighters targeted a checkpoint maker Cook in the north of the country. They used roadside bombs to prevent reinforcements reaching the area. Police in Montenegro have fired tear gas and stun grenades at protesters trying to stop a Serbian Orthodox cleric being installed as Montenegro's religious leader. The demonstrators see the installation as Serbian interference in Montenegro, 15 years after independence reports say there have been eight arrests. Tens of thousands of Indian farmers have gathered in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh to express their anger about agricultural reforms. They're describing the event as their biggest protest meeting since the movement started last November. Voters in the archipelago of sound. Tony Principi are choosing a new head of state in a second round of presidential elections. The runoff is between the centre right opposition candidate Carlos Villanova, who won the first round in July. And the former Prime Minister William A Positive. Costa has been postponed twice because of fraud allegations. Saudi Arabia says it's intercepted three missiles fired at it by HOUTHI rebels In neighboring Yemen, one was destroyed over the eastern city of demand. We're falling shrapnel injuries to Children. Saudis say the other two missiles were aimed at night Ron and Suzanne in the south of the country. The 2020 Tokyo Paralympics closed shortly after 12 days of competition, China has again topped the medal table with Great Britain in second place. BBC news. So what do you want me to call?.
Organizers Lose Appeal to Hold Tiananmen Vigil in Hong Kong
"Organizer's oven Annual vigil to mark the 1989 crackdown on pro democracy protests in Beijing's Tiananmen Square say they have lost an appeal to hold this year's event in Hong Kong. This is a second year that Hong Kong police abandon visual sighting coronavirus
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"Right here as morning edition continues there are signs that layoffs from the pandemic may be easing initial claims for unemployment have been slowing and as businesses start to re open some people aren't going back to work details from NPR's Scott Horsley ahead on the program and in this half hour Chinese troops thirty one years ago opened fire on pro democracy protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square as Hong Kong fights to keep its limited autonomy police mandates annual Tiananmen vigil details on that story too it's four thirty live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly a memorial service for George Floyd is being held this afternoon in Minneapolis it comes a day after Minnesota's Attorney General Keith Ellison upgraded charges against fired Minneapolis police officer Derek schaffen to second degree murder Ellison also announced charges against the three other ex police officers who were fired in connection with Floyd staff and P. R.'s label found all has more Ellison was only tapped to lead the prosecution this week many demonstrators welcome that move an African American reform minded Attorney General but demonstrators still wonder what took so long they point out the irony of being cuffed and losing your life for suspicion over a counterfeit bill meanwhile even with Floyd's killing films it took over a week to charge all four of the officers shelf and is the former officer shown on video with his knee pressing on Floyd's neck as he struggled to breathe former president Obama says he's been pleased to see members of law enforcement supporting the nation wide protests are been heartened to see those in law enforcement who recognized let me March along with these protesters let let let me stand side by side and recognize that I want to be part of the solution Obama was speaking yesterday in a virtual town hall meeting Dow futures are down eighty seven points this morning this is NPR news to New York City police officers were wounded late last night as they responded to the stabbing of a fellow officer in Brooklyn he was stabbed in the neck all three are expected to recover a suspect was shot and wounded state media in China are reporting at least thirty seven children and two adults were injured today by a suspect armed with a knife he attacked in elementary school the attacker was identified as a fifty year old security guard at the school when the country southwest British prime minister Boris Johnson says if China and acts and national security law for Hong Kong the UK will allow nearly three million Hong Kongers to live and work in Britain NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London in a column in the times of London Johnson wrote that the approximately three hundred and fifty thousand Hong Kongers with British overseas passports as well as another two point five million who were eligible to apply for one would be able to obtain twelve months renewable visas which would allow them to work here and put them on track for British citizenship this will mark huge change remains unclear just how easy it would be to become a citizen of the U. K. Johnson said he's making the offer because many in the former British colony feel China is threatening freedoms guaranteed under a treaty China signed with the U. K. China is furious with the British prime minister and argues the UK has no right to offer citizenship to Chinese nationals Frank Langfitt NPR news London I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington advertisers.