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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"At sec dot com slash change Carol master This stock has been on a tear since early May So take us into the economic impact of this Along with reporters and editors who helped make your business week profitable Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor Joe Weber It's the cover story of the upcoming issue Bloomberg businessweek We did afternoons at two eastern These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar Those Apple numbers continuing to come in on Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com A federal judges temporarily blocking New York City's vaccination mandate for schools the ruling comes after the city announced last month that teachers and school staff had to get at least a first dose of coronavirus vaccine by September 27th union leaders have warned there could be a teacher shortage with some members threatening to resign over the issue The judge who granted the temporary injunction referred the case to a three judge panel on an expedited basis President Biden will consider acting on his own when it comes to police reform That's according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki The president has also been clear he's going to engage with advocates engage with members and also consider options like executive actions which is something that we did not act on because we wanted to leave space for these negotiations to continue That our sentence will stand for the man who killed 9 black churchgoers in South Carolina federal appeals court is declining to take on dylann roof's challenge to a decision upholding his death sentence for the 2015 killings I'm Michael kosner And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room a federal appeals court has granted a temporary injunction blocking New York City from enforcing its COVID-19 vaccine mandate deadline for all city public school teachers and staff According to the court document judge Joseph F Bianco states the injunction will be in place only until a three judge panel reviews the appeal from a Brooklyn federal judges ruling this week that upheld the mandate mandate bars DOE workers from their jobs if they have not gotten a first vaccine dose by Monday China gave a hero's welcome to Huawei technologies executive Meng wanzhou as she touched down three years after her arrest in Canada Two Canadians Michael spavor and Michael who were freed by Beijing returned to their homeland with a lot less fanfare The pair landed in Calgary before sunrise today and they were greeted by prime minister Justin Trudeau Who will be China's largest Bitcoin exchange has halted new registrations for domestic users taking one of the first actions to comply with Beijing's latest ban on cryptocurrencies The exchange operator has stopped letting traders use Mainland China Mobile numbers to register new accounts 5 days in jail should get Bill gross's attention We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini Bill gross Southern California neighbor says the billionaires should be jailed for 5 days for violating a judge's order not to play loud music A lawyer representing gross's neighbor tech entrepreneur Mark tofik told an Orange County judge yesterday that financial sanctions won't face gross But 5 days in jail might judge Kimberly nils says she'll rule by October 1st on whether gross violated the order Gros cofounder of financial.

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"tofik" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"That General Mladic is not a hero by the convicted war criminal. Also a police sting like few others, hundreds of suspects arrested around the world. After they spent years communicating on an APP develops by the FBI to entrap them, and the former US President Bill Clinton pays the Russian president sort of compliment. At least he's not posing as a nice guy. I have had many different kinds of adversaries in my life, but the ones that I can't stand are the ones that are sticking it to you and pretending they're not I mean, that's smarmy. All that to come after the news. Hello. I'm Ira Anderson with the BBC News. The former Bosnian Serb military leader Ratko Mladic has to spend the rest of his life behind bars after losing his appeal against the genocide conviction. As expected, A UN tribunal in The Hague confirmed his responsibility for the systematic campaign to carve out a greater Serbia from the fragments of Yugoslavia at the expense of Muslims and Croats. The judges upheld the life sentence handed down four years ago for atrocities, including the massacre of nearly 8000 Muslim men and boys at Trapper Nitze in 1995, Bosnian foreign Minister by Saratoga. Vic welcomed the decision. It is relief that everything has been finalized and confirmed, however, there are also disappointment with the fact that many cities in which we believe that atrocities and genocide has happened have not been listed neither judgment as including them. The UN's human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet said the verdict showed the determination to hold people like melodic to account no matter how long it took. Alice will remove and Daddy to the UN secretary general's special advisor on genocide, said it sent a hugely important message to the western Balkans. Police in 16 countries have made hundreds of arrests after intercepting 20 million messages by suspected members of organized crime groups over the past three years, 10,000 supposedly safely encrypted phones were distributed two suspects in 90 countries, Nada Tofik reports. The sting operation exploited the fact that criminal gangs were in the market for a new means of communication to avoid detection. Law enforcement agencies had earlier taken down to encrypted platforms that were used to coordinate drug trafficking and other highly organized illegal activities. An informant developing a new system called Annum handed it over to the FBI while it was still in its infancy. And a sophisticated plot. Mobile phones with the APP were distributed to unsuspecting criminals. Eventually, it grew in popularity that gave law enforcement a direct view of millions of conversations going on in real time. The South African health ministers William Keyes has been placed on special leave by President Cyril Ramaphosa, pending a corruption probe is being asked to address allegations that two of his close aides embezzled more than $6 million from public coronavirus funds to fill, Hani reports. The country's special investigating unit is currently taking a closer look at a contract work. $11 million, which an internal probe in the health department found had been awarded under unscrupulous conditions. The money was supposedly to pay for communications work for the department during the coronavirus pandemic, except it's not clear that any services worth that much were rendered. The health minister has denied any wrongdoing. World News from the BBC. Officials in Bangladesh have arrested a further two people as they continue to investigate a Bangladeshi trafficking ring. The group is accused of recruiting girls through social media apps, promising the modeling work but in fact forcing them into the sex trade in southern India. 11 people have been detained. Opposition MPs in Namibia have attacked the government for its recent settlement with the former colonial power Germany. The deal saw Berlin acknowledge that it committed genocide against the Herero and Nama ethnic groups and pledged more than a billion dollars for their welfare. Today, opposition legislators said there had been no chance to narrate the economic trauma caused by the genocide. Another said Herero and Nama people would reject the accord with contempt. The U. S. Vice President Kamala Harris and the Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador have discussed ways of improving economic prospects and security in order to curb illegal migration. The Mexican government said that focused on cooperation to create jobs and improve the quality of life in Central American countries and in the south of Mexico. South America's most successful golfer, Hell, Cabrera has been extradited to his native Argentina to face charges of assault against his ex wife. He was arrested in Brazil in January after several months on the run. Leonardo, Russia reports. Hell. Cabrera was put on a flight to the border city of forced to go through and handed over to local police in the early hours of Tuesday. He has been taken to the city of Cordoba, where his first hearing is scheduled for the beginning of July. Mr Cabrera, Who's 51 has been accused of domestic violence against his ex wife, Silver River Todaro, as well as theft and illegal intimidation, another former partners that he tried to run her over with his scar five years ago. Mr Cabrera is a big sporting hero in Argentina. That's the latest BBC news. Hello and welcome to news hour. It's coming to you live from the BBC World Service Studios in central London. I'm Tim Franks. It was the worst atrocity in Europe since the second World War. Now,.

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"tofik" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on KCRW

"It's 7 35. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. There is international outrage over events that transpired in Belarus. Over the weekend, The government of Alexander Lukashenko ordered an international commercial flight to divert to the Belarus Ian Capital, Minsk. Sent a jet fighter to make sure that happened. It was all an elaborate effort to arrest and opposition activist who was on that plane. NPR's Lucy and Kim joins us now from Moscow. Lucy in This'll was a Ryanair aircraft. It was flying from Greece to Lithuania when this incident occurred, What other details can you share about what happened? Well, Roman put to Savage is the former editor of the Belarusian opposition block next to and he was flying with his girlfriend, who was a Russian citizen from Athens to Ville News, which is the capital of Lithuania on that Ryanair flight. Ryanair says that Belarus Ian Eric traffic control told them there was a security threat on board and they were ordered to land at the airport in Minsk. What's interesting is that, according to online flight trackers, the plane appears to have been almost out of Belarusian airspace. But the pilot really had no choice since the Belarusian air Force scrambled a jet fighter toe escort the plane to Minsk airport. When they landed, the plane was searched. No bomb was found. But practice ceviche was detained and there are reports his girlfriend, Sophia Superego. Was detained with him, huh? So say more about Roman produce a bitch. I mean, he's not the only political opposition activists in Belarus. Why is the government there? So fixated on him. Well, Roman practice. Savage is 26 years old and for comparison sake Belarus is leader Alexander Lukashenko has been in power for 27 years Protest. Savage was one of the brains behind the Belarus Ian opposition channel next to on the telegram messaging app. Next to played a huge role in last year's protests against Lukashenko's rule next to spread news among activists. They documented police abuses and helped protesters organized So the Belarusian regime has leveled a number of charges against pro to savage and considers him a terrorist, according to news reports, citing passengers who are on the plane with him proud to Savage said that he expects to be executed. Hmm. So, I mean, what's the government in Belarus, saying about these extraordinary measures to get this person in custody? Well, the Belarusian regime is acting like it did nothing wrong. It says it was only helping a plane in distress that possibly had a bomb on board. That's the official version. But of course nobody is buying, especially since the Belarus Ian regime is going after all of its critics. European Union chief or soul of underlying called the Day version outrageous and illegal and said there would be consequences. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has also issued a condemnation and said the U. S would be coordinating with its allies on what to do next. Us discussing new sanctions against Belarus today, but it's not really clear what can be done since the Belarusian regime is already sanctioned and very isolated and being pushed closer and closer to its on Lee ally Russia. We should say even though that's the government in Belarus is story that there was a bomb on the plane. There was no such bomb. NPR's Lucian Kim, reporting on all of this from Moscow. Lucy in thank you so much. We appreciate it. Thank you. For 11 days during the war between Israel and Emma's parents tried to keep their Children calm and safe. This next story is hard to hear. But important here, NPR's Ruth Sherlock, begins with a mother in Israel. Called Noel Ashford, Berkeley, a mother to an eight year old boy and six year old girl instead out on Israeli town right on the border with Gaza. Our it's room is the bomb shelter. That's the room. That's where to sleep all of the time when the air raid sirens go off to warn of rockets. The kids know they sometimes only have 15 seconds to take cover. May youngest. She takes a lot. She wouldn't be able to stop shaking until, like 10 15 20 minutes after this scared every sound every noise that they hear they jump over the years, But, he says She's developed strategies to help her Children cope. For example, there's the red box, so it's a box that they have permission to open on Lian times that we have the alerts. It's full of toys like puzzles and coloring books on bubbles because it helps him take long, calming breaths. She also doesn't let them hear the news. The Israeli government says two Children died in Israel from Hamas rockets in this recent escalation, officials in Gaza say some 65 Children have been killed by Israeli warplanes and shelling have even managed Manish. Minus Sherrybaby Jamela Tofik in Gaza filmed footage in which she comforts her scared three year old niece at night as Israeli bombs fall. Another video shows another niece, two year old shams at home, Terrified Don't feet tells me how she tried to calm her brothers, five year old daughter. Speak by phone when the bombardment in Gaza is ongoing. I told her that everything is going to be fine. This will eventually end and, uh OK, dialing die on an Um and you're going to go to the kindergarden. Um, you're going to see your friends and please die. Honolulu Dyan. Nearby and Gaza lives US. Mukasey, a single mother of three girls, and a boy, all under the age of 11, D. Sounds of explosions were unbelievably load. I mean, my whole building would be shaking. She tells me. One night, she and her Children cruel from the bedroom to the living room to hide under the table for cover. My oldest was crying hysterically and and she was like, Do you promise that we won't die? Do you promise that it won't hit us this time, and I just didn't know what to say in what did you say? I told her I do. Promise was just hang in there. We're gonna be safe and deep down. I knew that we might be the next victims, you know. So my my little one asked me like Mommy. Does it hurt When we die? This question knocked her breath away, especially because these were the first words seven year old media had spoken in days. I see who's trained in dealing with trauma from her work with an age group encourages her Children to express themselves by writing letters to people they love or drawing. She tries to distract them with cooking, and she leads them in breathing exercises. That mirror The little girl who fell silent this past week now has a stutter and what her five year old son keeps smelling her hair and kissing her face because he tells her If I die I don't want to forget. You just broke my heart. It really did. And I had a tear coming down my face where he wanted off. I just don't know This is a really difficult touch. The cease fire comes as a relief but how the Children will recover from the trauma. That's another story reached. Sherlock.

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"tofik" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on KCRW

"What happened? Well. Roman put to Savage is Thief, former editor of the Belarusian opposition block next to and he was flying with his girlfriend, who was a Russian citizen from Athens to Ville News, which is the capital of Lithuania on that Ryanair flight. Ryanair says that Belarus Ian Eric traffic control told them there was a security threat on board and they were ordered to land at the airport in Minsk. What's interesting is that, according to online flight trackers, the plane appears to have been almost out of Belarusian airspace. But the pilot really had no choice since the Belarusian air Force scrambled a jet fighter toe escort the plane to Minsk airport. When they landed, the plane was searched. No bomb was found. But protest ceviche was detained and there are reports his girlfriend, Sophia Superego. Was detained with him, huh? So say more about Roman produce a bitch. I mean, he's not the only political opposition activists in Belarus. Why is the government there? So fixated on him. Well, Roman practice. Savage is 26 years old and for comparison sake Belarus is leader Alexander Lukashenko has been in power for 27 years Protest. Savage was one of the brains behind the Belarus Ian opposition channel next to on the telegram messaging app. Next to played a huge role in last year's protests against Lukashenko's rule next to spread news among activists. They documented police abuses and helped protesters organized So the Belarusian regime has leveled a number of charges against pro to savage and considers him a terrorist, according to news reports, citing passengers who are on the plane with him proud to save each said that he expects to be executed. Hmm. So, I mean, what's the government in Belarus, saying about these extraordinary measures to get this person in custody? Well, the Belarus Ian regime is acting like it did nothing wrong. It says it was only helping a plane in distress that possibly had a bomb on board. That's the official version. But of course nobody is buying, especially since the Belarus Ian regime is going after all of its critics. European Union chief or still have underlying called the day version outrageous and illegal and said there would be consequences. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has also issued a condemnation and said the U. S would be coordinating with its allies on what to do next. Us discussing new sanctions against Belarus today, but it's not really clear what can be done since the Belarusian regime is already sanctioned and very isolated and being pushed closer and closer to its on Lee ally Russia. We should say even though that's the government in Belarus is story that there was a bomb on the plane. There was no such bomb. NPR's Lucian Kim, reporting on all of this from Moscow. Lucy in thank you so much. We appreciate it. Thank you. For 11 days during the war between Israel and Emma's parents tried to keep their Children calm and safe. This next story is hard to hear. But important here, NPR's Ruth Sherlock, begins with a mother in Israel. Called Noel Ashford, Berkeley, a mother to an eight year old boy in six year old girl instead out on Israeli town right on the border with Gaza. Our his room is the bomb shelter. That's the room. That's where to sleep all of the time when the air raid sirens go off to warn of rockets. The kids know they sometimes only have 15 seconds to take cover. May youngest. She shakes a lot. She wouldn't be able to stop shaking till like 10 15 20 minutes after this scared every sound every noise that they hear they jump over the years, But, he says She's developed strategies to help her Children cope. For example, there's the red box, so it's a box that they have permission to open. Only in times that we have the alerts. It's full of toys like puzzles and coloring books on bubbles because it helps him take long, calming breaths. She also doesn't let them hear the news. The Israeli government says two Children died in Israel from Hamas rockets in this recent escalation, officials in Gaza say some 65 Children have been killed by Israeli warplanes and shelling have even managed Manish. Minus Sherry Jamela Tofik in Gaza filmed footage in which she comforts her scared three year old niece at night as Israeli bombs fall. Another video shows another niece, two year old shams at home, terrified No feet tells me how she tried to calm her brothers five year old daughter. We speak by phone when the bombardment in Gaza is ongoing. I told her that everything is going to be fine. This will eventually end and Uh, you're okay. Diane Diane Diane. Um and you're going to go to the kindergarden. Um, you're going to see your friends and please die home. Lulu Di Han. Nearby and Gaza lives US. Mukasey, a single mother of three girls, and a boy, all under the age of 11, D. Sounds of explosions were unbelievably load. I mean, my whole building would be shaking. She tells me. One night, she and her Children cruel from the bedroom to the living room to hide under the table for cover. My oldest was crying hysterically and and she was like, Do you promise that we won't die? Do you promise that it won't hit us this time, and I just didn't know what to say in what did you say? I told her I do. Promise was just hang in there. We're gonna be safe and deep down. I knew that we might be the next victims, you know. So my my little one asked me like Mommy. Does it hurt when we die? This question knocked her breath away, especially because these were the first words seven year old mirror had spoken in days. I see who's trained in dealing with trauma from her work with an age group encourages her Children to express themselves by writing letters to people they love or drawing. She tries to distract them with cooking, and she leads them in breathing exercises. But Meera, the little girl who fell silent this past week, now has a stutter and what her five year old son keeps smelling her hair and kissing her face. Because he tells her if I die I don't want to forget. You just broke my heart. It really did. And I had a tear coming down my face where he wanted off. Just don't know this. These are really difficult Touch. The cease fire comes as a relief but how the Children will recover from.

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"tofik" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. There is international outrage over events that transpired in Belarus over the weekend. The government of Alexander Lukashenko ordered an international commercial flight to divert to the Belarus Ian Capital Minsk and sent a jet fighter to make sure that happened. Was all an elaborate effort to arrest and opposition activist who was on that plane. NPR's Lucian Kim joins us now from Moscow, Lucy in the This was a Ryanair aircraft. It was flying from Greece to Lithuania when this incident occurred, What other details can you share about what happened? Well, Roman put to save. It is Thief, former editor of the Belarusian opposition block next to and he was flying with his girlfriend, who was a Russian citizen from Athens to Ville News, which is the capital of Lithuania on that Ryanair flight. Ryanair says that Belarus Ian Eric traffic control told them there was a security threat on board and they were ordered to land at the airport in Minsk. What's interesting is that, according to online flight trackers, the plane appears to have been almost out of Belarusian airspace. But the pilot really had no choice since the Belarusian air Force scrambled a jet fighter. Escort the plane to Minsk airport When they landed. The plane was searched. No bomb was found. But put the ceviche was detained. And there are reports his girlfriend Sophia Superego was detained with him, huh? So say more about Roman produce a bitch. I mean, he's not the only political opposition activists in Belarus. Why is the government there so fixated on him? Well, Roman practice. Savage is 26 years old and for comparison sake Belarus is leader Alexander Lukashenko has been in power for 27 years. Proud to say, which was one of the brains behind the Belarus Ian opposition channel next to on the telegram messaging app. Next to played a huge role in last year's protests against Lukashenko's rule next to spread news among activists. They documented police abuses and helped protesters organized So the Belarusian regime has leveled a number of charges against pro to savage and considers him a terrorist, according to news reports, citing passengers who are on the plane with him proud to say, bitch said that he expects to be executed. Hmm. So, I mean, what's the government in Belarus, saying about these extraordinary measures to get this person in custody? Well, the Belarus Ian regime is acting like it did nothing wrong. It says it was only helping a plane in distress that possibly had a bomb on board. That's the official version. But of course nobody is buying, especially since the Belarus Ian regime is going after all of its critics. European Union chief or soul of underlying called the Day version outrageous and illegal and said there would be consequences. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has also issued a condemnation and said the U. S would be coordinating with its allies on what to do next. Us discussing new sanctions against Belarus today, but it's not really clear what can be done since the Belarusian regime is already sanctioned and very isolated and being pushed closer and closer to its on Lee ally Russia. And we should say, even though that's the government in Belarus is story that there was a bomb on the plane. There was no such bomb. NPR's Lucian Kim, reporting on all of this from Moscow. Lucy in thank you so much. We appreciate it. Thank you. For 11 days During the war between Israel and the Moss. Parents tried to keep their Children calm and safe. This next story is hard to hear. But important here, NPR's Ruth Sherlock, begins with a mother in Israel. Called Noel Ashford, Berkeley, a mother to an eight year old boy in six year old girl and set out on Israeli town Right on the border with Gaza. Our it's room is the bomb shelter. That's the room. That's where to sleep all of the time. When the air raid sirens go off to warn of rockets, the kids know they sometimes only have 15 seconds to take cover. May youngest, she takes a lot. She wouldn't be able to stop shaking until, like 10 15 20 minutes after this scared every sound every noise that they hear they jump over the years, But he says she's developed strategies to help her Children cope. For example. As the red books. So it's a box that they have permission to open on Lian times that we have the alerts. It's full of toys like puzzles and coloring books on bubbles because it helps him take long, calming breaths. She also doesn't let them hear the news. The Israeli government says two Children died in Israel from Hamas rockets in this recent escalation, officials in Gaza say some 65 Children have been killed by Israeli warplanes and shelling have even managed Manish. Have you been Jamela Tofik in Gaza filmed footage in which she comforts her scared three year old niece at night as Israeli bombs fall Another video shows another niece, two year old shams at home, Terrified Don't feet tells me how she tried to calm her brothers, five year old daughter. We speak by phone when the bombardment in Gaza is ongoing. I told her that everything is going to be fine. This will eventually end and, uh okay. Diane, Diane and Um and you're going to go to the kindergarden. You're gonna see your friends and please die. Honolulu Dai Han. Nearby and Gaza lives US. Mukasey, a single mother of three girls and a boy, all under the age of 11. The sounds of explosions were unbelievably load. I mean, my whole building would be shaking. She tells me. One night, she and her Children cruel from the bedroom to the living room to hide under the table for cover. My oldest was crying hysterically and and she was like, Do you promise that we won't die? Do you promise that it won't hit us this time, and I just didn't know what to say in what did you say? I told her I do promise with just hang in there. We're gonna be safe and deep down. I knew that we might be the next victims, you know s Oh, my, My little one asked me like Mommy. Does it hurt when we die? This question knocked her breath away, especially because these were the first words seven year old media had spoken in days. Chrissie, who's trained in dealing with trauma from her work with an age group, encourages her Children to express themselves by writing letters to people they love or drawing. She tries to distract them with cooking, and she leads them in breathing exercises. But Mira, the little girl who fell silent this past week, now has a stutter and wild. Her five year old son keeps smelling her hair and kissing her face. Because he tells her if I die I don't want to forget you. It just broke my heart. It really did. And I had here coming down my face where he Why did off But I just don't know this desire really difficult touch. The cease fire comes as a relief but how the Children will recover from the trauma. That's another story reached..

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"tofik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Rachel Martin. There is international outrage over events that transpired in Belarus over the weekend. The government of Alexander Lukashenko ordered an international commercial flight to divert to the Belarus Ian Capital Minsk and sent a jet fighter to make sure that happened. It was all an elaborate effort to arrest and opposition activist who was on that plane. NPR's Lucy and Kim joins us now from Moscow. Lucy in This'll was a Ryanair aircraft. It was flying from Greece to Lithuania when this incident occurred, What other details can you share about what happened? Well. Roman put to Savage is Thief, former editor of the Belarusian opposition block next to and he was flying with his girlfriend, who was a Russian citizen from Athens to Ville News, which is the capital of Lithuania on that Ryanair flight. Ryanair says that Belarusan Eric Traffic control told them there was a security threat on board and they were ordered to land at the airport in Minsk. What's interesting is that, according to online flight trackers, the plane appears to have been almost out of Belarusian airspace. But the pilot really had no choice since the Belarus Ian Air Force scrambled a jet fighter. Escort the plane to Minsk airport. When they landed, the plane was searched. No bomb was found. But put the ceviche was detained, and there are reports his girlfriend, Sophia superego. Was detained with him, huh? So say more about Roman produce a bitch. I mean, he's not the only political opposition activists in Belarus. Why is the government there? So fixated on him. Well, Roman practice. Savage is 26 years old and for comparison sake Belarus is leader Alexander Lukashenko has been in power for 27 years Protest. Savage was one of the brains behind the Belarus Ian opposition channel next on the telegram messaging app. Next to played a huge role in last year's protests against Lukashenko's rule next to spread news among activists. They documented police abuses and helped protesters organized So the Belarusian regime has leveled a number of charges against pro to savage and considers him a terrorist, according to news reports, citing passengers who are on the plane with him proud to Savage said that he expects to be executed. Hmm. So, I mean, what's the government in Belarus, saying about these extraordinary measures to get this person in custody? Well, the Belarus Ian regime is acting like it did nothing wrong. It says it was only helping a plane in distress that possibly had a bomb on board. That's the official version. But of course nobody is buying it, especially since the Belarus Ian regime is going after all of its critics, European Union chief or soul of underlying called the Day version outrageous and illegal and said there would be consequences. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has also issued a condemnation and said the U. S would be coordinating with its allies on what to do next. The EU is discussing new sanctions against Belarus today, but it's not really clear what can be done since the Belarusian regime is already sanctioned and very isolated and being pushed closer and closer to its on Lee ally Russia. Mm. And we should save you know that's the government in Belarus is story that there was a bomb on the plane. There was no such bomb. NPR's Lucian Kim, reporting on all of this from Moscow. Lucy in thank you so much. We appreciate it. Thank you. For 11 days during the war between Israel and Emma's parents tried to keep their Children calm and safe. This next story is hard to hear. But important here, NPR's Ruth Sherlock, begins with a mother in Israel. Called Noel Ashford, Berkeley, a mother to an eight year old boy and six year old girl instead out on Israeli town right on the border with Gaza. Our his room is the bomb shelter. That's the room. That's where to sleep all of the time when the air raid sirens go off to warn of rockets. The kids know they sometimes only have 15 seconds to take cover. May youngest. She shakes a lot. She wouldn't be able to stop shaking until like 10 15 20 minutes after this scared every sound every noise that they hear they jump over the years back, he says. She's developed strategies to help her Children cope. For example, there's the red box, so it's a box that they have permission to open. Only in times that we have the alerts. It's full of toys like puzzles and coloring books on bubbles because it helps him take long, calming breaths. She also doesn't let them hear the news. Israeli government says two Children died in Israel from Hamas rockets in this recent escalation, officials in Garza's say some 65 Children have been killed by Israeli warplanes and shelling of even manage Manish. I just have you Jamela Tofik in Gaza filmed footage in which she comforts her scared three year old niece at night as Israeli bombs fall Yeah. Another video shows another niece, two year old shams at home, terrified Don't feed tells me how she tried to calm her brothers five year old daughter. We speak by phone when the bombardment in Gaza is ongoing. I told her that everything is going to be fine. Uh, this will eventually end and Uh, okay. Die on my own man. Um and you're going to go to the kindergarden. Um, you're going to see your friends and please die. Honolulu Dai Han. Nearby and Gaza lives US. Mukasey, a single mother of three girls and a boy, all under the age of 11. The sounds of explosions were unbelievably load. I mean, my whole building would be shaking. She tells me. One night, she and her Children cruel from the bedroom to the living room to hide under the table for cover. My oldest was crying hysterically and and she was, like, Do you promise that we won't died? You promise that it won't hit us this time, and I just didn't know what to say. And what did you say? I told her I do promise with. Just hang in there. We're gonna be safe and deep down. I knew that we might be the next victims, you know. So my my little one asked me like Mommy. Does it hurt when we die?.

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"tofik" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"tofik" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Coming up on the art sour Between use Hello? I'm where Alderson More than 60. People have now died as the result of Saturday's multiple bomb attack on a school in the Afghan capital, Kabul, mostly young girls heading home after class. Some of the girls reportedly worked at night to fund their schooling. All day. Families have buried their Children in mass graves on a dusty hilltop. Among the Mourners was Gholamhossein, whose niece was killed in the attack. Wanders alone. She was 15 years old. I'm studying in Class eight at school. She's very intelligent and didn't miss a single day of school. Yesterday, Her mother told her not to go to school. But she said no mother, I will go today. I will not go tomorrow. She told the truth, and we buried her here today. The military and Chad has claimed victory over northern rebels following weeks of fighting the conflict against Libya based rebels through the country into a crisis when the former president Idriss Deby, died after being wounded on the front line, will Ross reports This was a victory parade, which was aimed at boosting the popularity of the Chadian military at a time of great uncertainty in the country. Some people in the capital in Janina cheered his soldiers return from the front line. In a column of tanks and armored vehicles. Journalists were shown dozens of captured rebels at an army base. It's worth remembering. That weeks ago, we were told the fact rebel group had Bean defeated only for fighting to resume. It's not clear if the Libya based rebels still have the capacity to be a threat to the military Council now running the country. The family have announced Spoken Auntie Khoo poet in Myanmar say he has died after being detained by the military. Can T was arrested on Saturday in the town of Shway Bo and taken away for interrogation. His wife told the BBC. She'd been told to visit him in hospital. But when she got there, she was shown his body in the mortuary with his internal organs removed kept E had heavily criticized February's coup in his poetry. More than 1000 migrants have landed on the Italian island of Lampedusa within the space of a few hours. A sea rescue charity said many more were in difficulty off Malta. Mike Sanders has more details. An influx of this size is rare, even for Lampedusa, officials said. One bows alone was carrying more than 400. People on another haven't least. 300, Georgia Maloney of the far right. Brothers of Italy Party called for a naval blockade. Former Interior Minister Matteo Salvini demanded an emergency meeting with the caretaker Prime minister Mario Draghi. Mr Salvi NI said. With millions of Italians and difficulty due to the pandemic, they couldn't be thinking about thousands of migrants. He closed the ports to migrant rescue ships when he was interior minister on is facing two trials as a result. Like Sanders reporting. This is more Alderson with the latest world News from the BBC. The European Union's internal market commissioner says the block has not renewed its order for AstraZeneca's Corona virus vaccine beyond June. It comes a day after the EU agreed a major extension to its contract with visor on its German partner Beyond Tech for 900 million vaccine doses by 2023. The commission has begun legal action against AstraZeneca, accusing the Anglo Swedish company Of not respecting its contract. The Brazilian President Joo Belson, Aro has gone on a motorbike ride with hundreds of his supporters in an act called to assert the right to come and go. He met the bikers outside his official residence in Brasilia on let the ride through the capital. Since the beginning of the Corona virus pandemic, Mr Bolson Aro has been critical of lockdowns introduced by state governors. The winning horse in America's most prestigious race. The Kentucky Derby has failed a drugs test. Medina Spirit, written by John Villa Squares one on the first of May, giving his trainer Bob Baffert, a record seventh victory in the race. His NEDA Tofik At a news conference, Bob Baffert revealed that Medina Spirit tested positive for a banned steroid that is injected into the joints to reduce pain and swelling in a post race sample. The horse had 21 PICO Grams of beta methods own double the legal threshold in Kentucky Racing. He described the news as the biggest gut punch he'd received in racing. He denied that he or anyone on his team administered the drug. The sports authorities will conduct additional testing before taking action. If disqualified, Medina Spirit would be stripped of the Derby title and the winning purse. More than 600,000 Explorer sports utility vehicles made by the American carmaker Ford are being recalled in the U. S. Because of safety concerns. Regulators say roof rail covers could become loose or detached. The recall applies to vehicles produced between 2016 on 2019. BBC news. Hello. This is the art sour on the BBC World Service. I'm Nikki Baby, bringing you some cultural companionship for the next 60 minutes with the best global arts and culture conversation from across the BBC. Coming up on today's show. In a moment American actor Michael B. Jordan on how he gets motivated for big scenes. Jamaican filmmaker Johnny Salmon tells us how dreaming whilst Black moved from Web series to television we hear from American actor Aubrey Plaza about her very meta new movie Black Bear. Producer of Oscar winning documentary My Octopus Teacher Sweatt, a garage in shares her thoughts of what the film's messages and Irish singer songwriter and poet Imelda may on the women who inspired a track on her latest album. I.

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"tofik" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"tofik" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Down in the county. There's a reason why they're not coming up down in the rest of region. Three Sanderman County seven day rolling positivity rate was 5.5% for lower than the 8.5% reported in the larger region. Three A teenage girl was seriously injured this morning in a shooting and Chicago's Inglewood neighborhood. Steve Ruxton has that story. Will you say the 16 year old was walking to a friend's house and the 6300 block of South Morgan just after 3 A.m. when she heard shots and felt pain the girl reportedly sustained for gunshot wounds three, striking her on the pelvic area. She was transported to ST Bernard Hospital and was listed in critical but stable condition. No one is in custody. Steve Broxton, WGN news US experts have calculated the riskiest and safest Kant counties in the country for disasters. Los Angeles is the riskiest. The new national Risk index by FEMA. The federal Emergency Management Agency looks at 18 natural hazards, including hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanoes and the like. It also considers how many people and how much valuable property earning harm's way after L. A New York, Miami and Philadelphia are in the high risk category. Louden County in Virginia and other Washington D C suburbs areas near Boston and Long Island rankles some of the safest places W G and sports and the maser Whenever they're hated rivals, the Green Bay Packers and the Bears are in the playoffs. There's also looking for a bit of revenge. On a week, 12 lost at Lambeau, where the Packers put up 41 points. Head coach Mad. Maggie knows his defense is looking to clamp down on Green Bay's offense this time around your competitors, and they know that they can play a lot better. And so they're motivated. I don't To get salt for them, and it's more about just going out and doing things and playing fast, you know. So you see guys like Eddie see guys like Khalil like like I came like road Kwan, you know, and Danny and there's a bunch of those guys that their pride and they care about how they play this game, not only for themselves, but for their team. If they do happen to lose. The other one they can get into the playoffs is that the Rams beat the Cardinals today that game kicks off right alongside the Bears Packers game. At 3 25 this afternoon, Brown said to close the facility again yesterday after a member of the coaching staff tested positive for covert 19. It was the third time in four days the team had to work remotely. Brown's facing the Steelers today, with the playoff spot on the line. You're willing to live without all of their running backs today against Carolina, Alvin Kamara testing positive for covert 19. The other backs were in close contact and ruled out Football on WGN. Today we'll have the Giants of the Cowboys for you. Our coverage begins at 11 30 this morning College Bowl games from last night, It was the Outback Bowl. Indiana, losing to Mississippi. 26 2 20 at the Gator Bowl, Kentucky over number 23, North Carolina State 23 21. Fiesta Bowl had 10th ranked Iowa State over number 25, Oregon, 34 17, and if the horns ball was fifth ranked Texas A and M rallying to be number 30, North Carolina 41 27 college basketball from yesterday. Tofik over with 14 points and 10 rebounds to lead the 15th right the line I overproduce 66 to 58 10th right dialogue on the road Beats number 14 Rutgers 77 75 little over North Texas state That was a 57 49 final and bowling green beats Northern will always 68 to 42. Northwestern will be in action today on the hardwood against Michigan. Pregame at 6 15 tip. It's 6 30 with David and Jo a liar right here on 7 20, WGN and WGN radio dot com and the Bulls home tonight to the Dallas Mavericks. I'm 80 maser, WGN sport. You're prepared to give us your prediction for today's game yet yes, I am And I'm hoping that the new Year will will swing me into the right direction by making these pics. So I'm going to say to break your tradition of Fandy picks it go pick the other way. Exactly. I'm thinking that the Bears may actually win this game today, and I'm going to say that because the Green Bay Packers suffered a big, big blow on offense. One of their star offensive lineman David back, Yari. They say you towards a CL and practice the other day. So he is out. And that's a big big deal for the Bears front for and, uh, three front seven total with the linebackers and Lyman to get in on Aaron Rodgers. If you bother him a little bit. He's not as good That you said about any quarterback, All right, but he's pretty good overall, optimistic for Bears fans. Somebody go optimism in full gear for 2021, Shaunie. Your prediction. Oh, I think it'll be a good game. E. I was gonna say yes, there will be a game. It'll be fine. E think it will be very exciting to watch. You know, I can safely say, you know, I could safely say you are not getting football covers on any other station. Like what? We're kidding. I actually though I'm going to go along with Andy, I think the bears that fate is on their side today. I think they could do it and I would love to see them win. Fenton. Asked, especially considering what kind of year it's been for. The exactly especially can beat the Packers to get in on nothing sweeter. You know what? I miss? Uh, when were over in the other building? The Tribune Tower is the mattress store is what you miss. Well, I'm you know, this pandemic is delayed The opening of the mattress store s O. I am upset about that. But what I miss on Bears Packers mornings when you know they're playing at Soldier Field. And all the Packers fans will come up to the window. Where, Oh, and then make fun of you. Hey, look, look, You know they're pointing at their jerseys with cheese hats on. Uh, with a pointing or they well gesturing OK, well, remember, remember, remember there was there was one finger. Yes. Yes, There was one thing a couple of times I was watching you. You were you were you were giving some gestures? Never. Then there was one time. Never did that. As far as you know, it was one time. I was in the middle of a newscast and I glanced over at the at the screen. And you're you know, making all kinds of weird gestures and a little kid was looking at was my favorite thing when we were in the windows, making the little kids like I'm reading a very serious story. And it was Dean, you know, making funny faces funny faces and You know his thumbs in his ears, waving his faith for the kids love their Uncle Dean nonstop show with Uncle Dia s. I'm.

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