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"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Go forward. They don't care what is underway. What do you mean by that? They have a target. They go forward. They believe where we should be. And they go there. As the Israeli national anthem plays, Ben Gewehr sings. His opponents in this campaign have called him a pyromaniac to his fans, he's a patriot. Israel's race to break its election deadlock sees a battle over how far the far right will reach. Tom Bateman reporting from Israel. President Putin's invasion of Ukraine has always been more than just an expansion of Russian controlled territory. He himself has said, he doesn't regard Ukraine as a separate nation, and the Russian military has been targeting Ukraine's cultural heritage and patrimony. The United Nations has compiled a list of more than 200 sites of cultural significance that have been damaged or destroyed since the invasion in February, which makes the publication of a book called treasures of Ukraine so timely, lavishly as traded a catalogs Ukraine's cultural heritage from prehistory to contemporary art. Has written one of the chapters in the book, she's an independent art critic and curator from Kyiv, currently based in the United States. Does she believe there's a Russian project to destroy Ukrainian culture? There is a lot of evidence of crimes not only against people but against the cultural sites and of course they want to impose the agendas that is resonating with certain ideas that were widespread in the Russian Empire in the 19th century whereas they were trying to take whatever good was in the Ukrainian culture and claim it as theirs. And at the same time to impose this ideas that Ukrainian culture was somehow inferior, rural, not able to compete, turning to the book itself. It's got a very, very broad sweep. It goes from prehistory to contemporary art. Are all the things in the book, all the paintings, all the sculptures. Are they Ukrainian or simply treasures of Ukraine? There are certain phenomena that were created on the territory of Ukraine and of course when we speak about certain things, which belong to some neolithic periods. Of course, don't think that they are strictly Ukrainian, but they belong to the heritage of the country and they are loved by people in contemporary Ukraine. We think of them as ours, but of course, as far as I understand, there are a lot of things that are included and that are not strictly Ukrainian. But I mean in the last sort of three or four decades, it's the case is it not that a very distinctive Ukrainian identity has been forged. Ukrainian aid density was formed during a long period of time, but of course the last three decades brought several important turbulences and political turmoils, which in a way helped Ukrainians to consolidate and to realize the importance of issues of identity and now we have this war that is happening. Of course, in such situation, people have huge interest towards their heritage and towards their identity. I used to work in one of the leading Ukrainian museums and we witnessed how people suddenly were so interested in all the historical topics. They wanted to understand what you cranium was and they were interested in also traditional dresses, traditional embroidery culture, arts, and all sorts of things that were not particularly in the focus of the mass attention before the revolution, for example. I think that today, in the situation of this war, again, for Ukrainians, it's extremely important to understand themselves and to see a broader picture of what it is to be a Ukrainian to live in Ukraine. Fabulous Ukrainian art critic and curator

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:57 min | 3 months ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A longest time, I've been worried that he's had three host texts that the fourth was going to be fatal. And he's been cleared for release for well over a year. Because he lived in New York for so many years, he actually knows more about U.S. culture than many of the guards. And he used to come to me the eagles song hotel California, you know, where you can check out that you can never leave. And it's been an immensely depressing time for him to be stuck there for now, 16 months since he's been cleared to be released, but thankfully his home now. He was arrested at the airport in Bangkok in 2003, since when he's never been charged, do we know why? He wasn't arrested. He was kidnapped. He was flown there under a diversion. Because the Pakistan government wouldn't turn him over because they said he was a businessman, not a terrorist. And the truth is he's not a terrorist. He indeed wrote to George W. Bush to try to help resolve the antipathy between the U.S. and Islam. And has always been a force for peace in Guantanamo should have been released years ago. But why do you think the U.S. authorities from their point of view have thought that this man should be one of the last remaining people at Graham tanamo and should be detained for such a long period of time? Has any explanation ever been given for that? No. And I've still got four clients there, all of whom are cleared for release. And all of whom are truly nobody and I use that term. I don't mean to denigrate them. But for example, one of them is Ahmed Ragan, who was tortured for 540 days, and the misapprehension that he was a serious terrorist will hasn't go. In those circumstances, someone like Ahmed and someone likes a fuller. Are an embarrassment to the U.S.. And that's what kept him in prison for so long. So why is so full of parachain being released now? Well, we've been pushing for a long time and not all the problems were at the U.S. end. It must be said, I've been working with the Pakistan government for many, many months. And he got caught up in this whole deal of the change of government in Pakistan because originally we had it sorted with Imran Khan, when he was prime minister. And then because I think the new government was caught up with so many other things. It took a long time to get them to take so far. And they still haven't taken the Rabbani brothers who should have been on the same plane. Do you think the U.S. midterm elections coming up is relevant to the release? Well, I would be surprised if between November and the elections and then the new Congress in January. We don't see a number of people being released because the prisoners are political footballs. So these things are done. It's very hard to argue that it's a follow shouldn't be released at age 74. After three heart attacks, but there are 20 other prisoners, all of my clients who should be released. I hope we're going to see them released in the near future. And after mister pratchett trip to McDonald's, what are his plans as far as you know? Well, I hope to get to him healthy food. But now I'm only kidding. He's going to be with his family. And then I hope to go down there myself and see in the nature of everything's okay. British lawyer Clive Stafford Smith representing so full of paracha who returned home to Pakistan today after 19 years in detention in Guantanamo Bay. Israelis head to the polls next Tuesday for their 5th election in four years, the current coalition is fighting to stay in powers, form a prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu attempts a comeback to do so he's relying on the growing strength of an ultranationalist far right alliance, including one of its leading figures etima, Ben gavi, who's been seeing a surge of support under these correspondent Tom Bateman reports

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:55 min | 5 months ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Safely, my tongue will never stop talking and that's my only weapon. I'm Michael hill, it's morning edition from NPR and WNYC. The FDA plans to authorize a new generation of COVID-19 boosters to target the omicron variant, and African American naval reservists reflects on the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan one year later. And New York State will not tax student loans under President Biden's forgiveness plan. It's Tuesday, August 30th, the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington on core of a Coleman, President Biden heads to Pennsylvania today to talk about gun violence, as NPR's Franco ordonez reports it's the first of two trips to his native state this week. President Biden will travel to Wilkes berry, Pennsylvania, where he'll discuss his efforts to reduce gun violence. He'll then return to the state on Thursday to give a prime time speech from Philadelphia on the continued battle for the soul of the nation, a theme he ran on during his 2020 campaign. The president is traveling more this fall as he seeks to highlight recent legislative victories ahead of the November midterm elections. Pennsylvania is key in that effort. There are two competitive races in the swing state, a gubernatorial contest, and a consequential race for an open seat that could help determine control of the Senate. Franco, and PR news, The White House. Fighting is getting worse in Baghdad, Iraqi security forces and Shia militia battled each other in the city's heavily fortified green zone. The BBC's Tom Bateman says at least 22 people have been killed and more than 100 others wounded. It's the worst fighting the Iraqi capital is seen in years following an inconclusive election result last year and months of political paralysis. On Monday the Shia cleric Muqtada Al Sadr, who commands a huge popular base, said he was withdrawing from politics, prompting supporters to storm a government palace and leading to armed clashes with rival Shia militias and security forces. It's not the first time he's issued such a threat, but the current deadlock appears harder to resolve them before and has given Iraq its longest run without a government. The BBC's Tom Bateman reporting. Experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency have arrived in Ukraine's capital Kyiv, the UN experts are on their way to check the zapper region nuclear power plant. It's occupied by Russian forces who are battling Ukrainian troops, fighting there has placed the nuclear facility in peril. Tennis icon Serena Williams won her first match at the U.S. open in New York last night. This is expected to be her final tournament earlier this summer, Williams acknowledged it was hard to step away from tennis, but she needed to move on. But it's time for me to evolve to the next thing. I think it's important because there's so many other things that I want to do. As she prepares to evolve from professional tennis, Williams is receiving tributes from fellow athletes and fans, and is featured on this week's cover of Time Magazine. Heavy flooding persists in central Mississippi, the national weather service says the pearl river has crested in the capital Jackson. The city's water treatment system has failed. That prompted Mississippi Republican governor Tate Reeves to declare a state of emergency. Officials say the water is not safe to drink or use, officials will continue to hand out bottled water. Jackson democratic mayor shook Wei antar lumumba has been repeatedly warning about the beleaguered water system in Jackson for weeks. This is NPR. On WNYC, in New York at 6 O four, a good Tuesday morning at Michael hill. 75 partly cloudy today chance of showers and storms. That's this afternoon, turning sunny and 87 for aheim. F and R trains are running with delays this morning in the city. New York State will not tax student loans under president Joe Biden's forgiveness plan, doubly NYC's John Campbell reports. The tax foundation, a Washington based think tank, listed New York is one of 13 states that could potentially treat the forgiven loans as income. But the state tax department says it does not intend to impose the income tax. That matches up with federal tax policy. State Senate deputy majority leader Michael gianaris says he'll be introducing a bill to set that policy into state law. The last thing we want to do is eat into people's benefit and require them to dip into their pockets to actually pay. The Biden plan will cancel up to $10,000 and outstanding student loans per borrower or up to $20,000 if the person received pell grants, borrowers can begin applying for debt relief in October. The NYPD says a man in his 30s and a juvenile were arrested this week in connection with hate crimes in Brooklyn. The first incident involved a group chasing two elderly Jewish men in spraying them with a fire extinguisher last weekend. The second involved a suspect approaching a man wearing traditional Jewish clothing and slapping him in the face. Police commissioner keyshawn soul says the department has since been increasing its presence at city synagogues. We deployed around the clock, house of worship cars to routinely visit synagogues. We increased patrol to visit sensitive locations, increased NCO coverage and increased coordination with community, safety patrol groups. Arrest by the department's hate crimes task force are up a 103% so far this year. Lawyers with illegal aids society say they're battling another case of deeds theft in the city, they're asking Wilmington trust to halt eviction proceedings against a saint albans queen's homeowner who lost the title to his property in a real estate scam, legal aid says there have been more than 3000 complaints of deceptive in the city since 2014 and most of the thefts disproportionately impact communities of color. The public defenders group says the owner lost title to the property without its knowledge or consent, the lawyers are asking the financial institution for an eviction reprieve and return of the deed, a spokesperson for Wilmington trust declined to comment. 75 in clouding out slim chance of afternoon showers and storms mostly cloudy and turning 87 today. It's 6 O 7. Support for NPR comes from the NPR one club, bringing the wine world to people's homes with wines inspired by NPR, like tiny desk, Chardonnay, available to adults 21 or older, more at NPR one club dot org. On the next Brian layer show, New York Times Justice Department correspondent Katie benner. Her new article describes how a straightforward effort to retrieve national security documents from Donald Trump has now been transformed into one of the most challenging and

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"tom bateman" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

Gambling With an Edge

03:06 min | 7 months ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 9 months ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WTOP

"The hour Presented by indeed dot com I'm Deborah Rodriguez Democrats in the Senate are ready to force abortion rights opponents to go public They plan to vote today codifying abortion rights into federal law after last week's leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court New York Democrat Kirsten gillibrand tells WCBS roe V wade the law of the land for 50 years And the American people can see exactly where their senators stand and what this vote Is expected to be blocked by a Republican filibuster still Democrats in Texas are backing the move Reporter Chris Fox saying that a woman's right to privacy is under severe threat Harris county judge Lina hidalgo drafted the resolution opposing the leaked Supreme Court opinion to overturn roe versus wade anti abortion groups like Texas right to life are calling the resolution symbolic TRL's kimberlin Schwartz Is in the pocket of Planned Parenthood and will push the furthest left policies as she possibly can Last night lawmakers in Washington approved $40 billion in emergency aid for Ukraine On this vote the yeas are 360 eight the nays are 57 CBS is Rebecca Kaplan While the measure enjoyed broad bipartisan support 57 House Republicans voted no One of those Republicans representative chip Roy of Texas criticized the Biden administration for sending billions more to Ukraine without a coordinated strategy The bill now heads to the Senate Today Ukraine's natural gas pipeline operator turned off the spigot that allows about a third of Russian gas to pass through the country on its way to Western Europe Of veteran Al Jazeera journalist has been killed during clashes between the Israeli military and Palestinians and the West Bank the BBC's Tom Bateman Sharina Bowe was hit by gunfire as she was covering the raid by Israeli troops into jeanine camp She was wearing a press flak jacket visibly marked Another reporter who was wounded said the fire came from soldiers The Labor Department releases its monthly report on consumer prices later this morning business analyst Jill schlesinger's expectation It's likely to show that the pace of inflation may have cooled a little bit But that is not enough to really satisfy consumers We have another record high for gas prices today triple-A says it is $4 and 40 cents for a gallon of regular A businessman who won Donald Trump's endorsement has lost his bid to win the Republican nomination for governor in Nebraska 8 women had accused Charles herbster of sexual misconduct university of Nebraska regent Jim pillan won his party's primary A basketball Hall of Famer.

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is in the 70s I remember here And here my dad was filming the celebration and here I am He filmed me While I was in this couch old memories it was a good stuff Oh here this is at home with Santa Oh my God I remember I started working with him since I was 12 not working you know but helping him helping him down in the darkroom that used to have in the house And sometimes I used to go with him to events when my son said to me that he wanted to be a photographer I told her no no no Another life But he followed his dad Jimmy went on to become a veteran Middle East cameraman with the BBC Capturing the region's epic moments and living its turbulence This is in Libya covering the refugees taking boats to Europe This is a DJ This is in Syria up there This is in Kurdistan So a question to Maurice about his son Do you like his pictures Does he shoot as well as you Now he's the professor says Maurice You know better We learned from you Her father and his son in Bethlehem marking another Christmas Tom Bateman and on Jimmy and Morris Maurice Michael I've worked many times with Jimmy and he is a wonderful cameraman Security forces in Sudan have again tried to disperse pro democracy protests in cities across the country.

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WBUR

"In their premise roles within government We have an exclusive report Also on the newsroom rescuers in the U.S. search for survivors after the tornadoes that hit 6 states on Friday There were some rumbling you could hear thunder There was a gust of wind my ear started to pop the building rocked a little bit and then it collapsed on us Does the world need a treaty to govern the use of killer robots And later I haven't seen such a kind heart during my journey from childhood up to now You talked about our family now The Afghan family who fled the Taliban getting a warm welcome in Scotland First our top stories Hello our Neil Nunes with the BBC News The BBC investigation has revealed that the black axe organized crime syndicate in Nigeria has infiltrated the political system there and is engaged in crimes across four continents including Europe and North America Black axe has been operating illegally for decades in Nigeria more from Peter Mack jobe Africa are interviewed current and former black axe members who revealed that they have strong links with politics in Nigeria particularly in Edo state in the southeast They say politicians pay them to carry out operations and many members become part of political parties Thousands of secret documents lecture the BBC show black axe criminal empire are spread around the world They suggest axemen who have a reputation for extreme violence are engaging in drug smuggling murder and multi-million dollar Internet fraud The leaders of Israel and the United Arab Emirates hold talks today to build on their normalizing of diplomatic relations Bennett will meet crown prince Muhammad bin Zayed in Abu Dhabi Tom Bateman reports In Abu Dhabi there was an honor guard for the Israeli leader before the emirati foreign minister held him by both hands new friends in a region of old enemies The so called Abraham accords were broken last year by the Trump administration and the UAE became only the third Arab state to fully recognize Israel The countries have since swapped ambassadors and done hundreds of millions of pounds worth of trade including agreements on defense and arms development Two days after tornado swept through the Midwest of the United States a representative of the Kentucky candle factory flattened in the disaster and said far fewer people may have been killed there than previously feared the fact she spokesman told reporters that of 110 people on the premises 8 were dead and another 8 still missing The Russian president Vladimir Putin has lamented the collapse of the Soviet Union saying the ensuing economic crisis was so bad he had to work as a taxi driver more now from Ian Mack William In a documentary on state TV mister Putin described the breakup of the Soviet Union three decades ago as the disintegration of historical Russia He said that what had been built up over a thousand years was largely lost In the hard times that followed many people had to graph to make ends meet Unofficial taxi work was one of the most common solutions Physicists driving taxis became one of the cliches of the post Soviet world But the president's critics accuse him of wanting to recreate the USSR and they fear a build up of Russian troops near the border with Ukraine could be a preparation for an attack on Moscow's post Soviet neighbor Ian Mac William with that report This is the latest world news from the BBC The G 7 leading economic powers have warned of massive consequences for Russia if it engages in further military aggression towards Ukraine The U.S. and Germany said one consequence of Russian action would be that European countries did not use the newly completed Nord stream two pipeline in which Russia has invested billions of dollars Israel is removing security protection from the family of the long serving former prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu despite his complaints at their still regularly subjected to death threats the decision was made by a ministerial committee on the recommendation of the shin bet security service it comes into force today The South African president Cyril ramaphosa has tested positive for COVID-19 A statement from the presidency said mister ramaphosa who's fully vaccinated started feeling unwell after leaving them memorial for the former president FW de klerk in Cape Town on Sunday It said he was being treated for mild symptoms Thousands of people in Mexico are queuing to pay their last respects to one of the countries most loved singers Vicente Fernandez who has died at the age of 81 after four months in hospital following a fall at his ranch His coffin has been placed in an entertainment arena named after him in the city of Guadalajara The center Fernandez was known as the king of Mexico's traditional ranchera music during a career spanning 5 decades he recorded more than 300 songs which often spoke of last.

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Sure. Hello. I'm your oldest son with the BBC news events are being held across the United States to mark the 20th anniversary of one of the signal events of our time. The Islamist attacks on New York and Washington Al Qaeda hijackers flew planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, killing hundreds of people. 1/4 plane crashed in Pennsylvania. President Biden will visit all three sites. The attacks led to the war in Afghanistan, where the Taliban now back in power after the US withdrawal had sheltered Al Qaeda. The BBC's John Simpson is in Pakistan, where the Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed by US special forces. He considers the impact of America's war on terror. 9 11 undermined America's sense that it was somehow invulnerable in the world. Osama bin Laden in planning the attack was certain it would bring an end to America's power. Yet Washington's initial response to 9 11 got huge international support. But then George W. Bush's administration took a far more extreme step. Anxious to demonstrate that America was still as powerful as ever is. Officials started linking Saddam Hussein of Iraq with 9 11, which simply wasn't true. In 2000 and three the Americans with British help invaded Iraq and overthrew Saddam that created huge international opposition. And it soon became obvious that America wasn't all powerful militarily. Now a new power seems set to dominate there. China. The 9 11 anniversary has also been marked outside the United States, the U. N secretary general said the cowardly and heinous attacks had been said in the minds of millions of people across the world. The head of the European Commission, said the response to the violence had allowed the very best of human nature to shine through. Even at the most trying of times and in Britain, Queen Elizabeth trade paid tribute to the resilience and determination of the communities who joined together to rebuild after the attacks. Four of the six Palestinian militants who escaped from the maximum security Gilboa prison on Monday have now been recaptured by Israeli forces. The six escaped through a tunnel excavated using a rusty spoon. Tom Bateman is in Jerusalem. Palestinians feel deep sympathy for those Israel detains As news broke of the first to being caught, militants in Gaza fired a rocket into southern Israel, which was shot down. Israeli warplanes bombed several militant sites in Gaza. There were no reports of casualties. Israeli officials now hope they are closer to catching the last two of the six escapees, most of him jailed, accusing them of carrying out or planning deadly attacks against Israelis. Tom Bateman reporting World News from the BBC. Pakistan International Airlines says it will resume flights from Islamabad to Kabul from next week. It's the first foreign airline to restart a commercial service. A spokesman for the airline told the French news agency. It had received all technical clearances and the first flight was expected to take off from Islamabad on Monday. Scheduled air operations at Kabul airport stopped last month. As the U. S led evacuation of foreign and Afghan nationals began. The chairman of Afghanistan's Cricket Board, says it's women's team could still be allowed to play days after the Taliban opposed women's participation in sport, as he's famously told Australia radio The governing body would soon out like plans for its female cricketers. Australia has threatened to cancel the first ever men's test match between the two countries if the Taliban banned women from sport. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel, is making her final visit to Poland for talks with Prime Minister Matteo Yet ski which are expected to be dominated by Berlin. Support for the North Stream pipeline. Adam Eastern is in Warsaw. The Polish government has been particularly critical of the just completed Nord Stream, two gas pipeline project accusing Germany of supporting the investment behind the US back. Also argues Nord Stream two will increase Europe's dependence on Russian gas and give the Kremlin greater leverage over Ukraine and Poland, which are bypassed by the pipelines. Relations have also suffered over Poland's attempts to erode judicial independence and its attacks on LGBT rights. Some argue that Mrs Merkel has not been tough enough in the criticism, leading to an even bigger problem for Brussels. Search and rescue work is continuing on the southern Italian island of Pantelleria. Where a tornado killed two people and injured at least nine on Friday night. Witnesses have described the devastation in the worst hit areas as apocalyptic BBC news. Welcome to the inquiry with me. Tanya Beckett each week, one question for expert witnesses.

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"tom bateman" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WBUR

"Brewster, Listen anytime with our app or a w bur dot org W. Bur Boston's NPR news station. BBC News. I'm John Shea. Reports from northern Afghanistan said the Taliban have arrested more than a dozen protesters who held a rally despite a ban on demonstrations without permission. Hundreds had gathered in the city of Mazar e Sharif, with some shouting stop the killings, referring to the Taliban's offensive against their opponents in the Panshir Valley yoghurt er Lamar has been speaking to women involved in the protests. The Taliban have been saying that right now, because of security reasons, they're asking women except for those in the public health sector do not go to work. But the women I was speaking to were afraid that they would never be allowed to do so. And despite the risk they're facing because every time they marched down the streets they're faced with a group of men. Sometimes they outnumber the protesters. The women have been beaten, they say, with whips with battles that emit electric shocks. You know one woman just to quote her, she said. I will keep going. And going until they killed me because it's better to die once than to die gradually. Italian police have carried out raids on opponents of coronavirus vaccinations, who they suspect could be planning violence of public protests. Eight people are under investigation following searches in Milan, Rome, Bergamot and Venice. Here's Mark Lohan. During dawn raids in several cities across Italy. Police are said to have found various weapons, including swords, batons and pepper spray. Those under investigation are reported to have used a telegram chat group called the Warriors to coordinate violent acts during protests planned for this weekend against the Covid green Pass. Proof of vaccination, a negative test or recovery from the virus, which is now required for a range of venues, somewhere alleged to have used the APP to plot attacks on the health minister. Police in Germany have carried out searches at the federal finance and Justice Ministries as part part of an investigation into a government agency tasked with combating money laundering. Prosecutors say documents have been seized linked to the work of the financial intelligence unit. It's suspected of possible obstruction of justice. Hundreds of Palestinians have protested in the occupied West Bank and east Jerusalem in support of prisoners held in Israeli jails. Tom Bateman reports Since Monday's audacious escape, there's a mood of escalating tension in Israeli prisons. Inmates set cells on fire in two jails. While clashes with security forces took place in another guards have been trying to separate and transfer hundreds of prisoners affiliated with Islamic Jihad, the militant group to which most of the escapees belong. The six are still on the run. Now the Palestinian prisoners club describes the situation in Israeli jails as very dangerous, telling the BBC heavily armed forces are carrying out what it calls collective punishment. World News from the BBC. Kenyan President Ahorro Kenyatta has declared the current drought and national disaster more than 1/5 of Kenya's counties are affected, with at least two million people living in drought conditions. Northern parts of the country have received less than 50% of their average rainfall so far this year. Ethiopia's federal government says fighters from the northern region of Tigre have been defeated in the neighboring state of afar and have withdrawn from the area to gray and forces deny they've been beaten. They said they had moved troops to the region of Amhara, as there was no longer any fighting in a far there have been fierce battles in both regions in recent weeks, with both sides accusing each other of human rights abuses. Europe's medicines regulator has added the nerve damaging disorder Guillain Barre syndrome as a positive possible side effect of AstraZeneca's Covid 19 vaccine. The European Medicines Agency said a causal relationship between G Bs and the job was at least a reasonable possibility. But Dr Kellogg again off from the Emma said the side effect was very rare. I think overall, the safety of all for all to rise vaccines is remarkably good, and the vaccines are highly efficacious. It is important to note those potential, very rare side effects. And, um The symptoms that could be associated with those disorders. Treatment can be initiated very early. North Korea has staged a parade to market 73rd anniversary. But without the usual displays of military might. It's usually closely watched for signs of new ballistic missiles. But this parade instead showcased tractors, search dogs and fire engines. State media said the march was led by the worker. Peasant Red Guards. The Civil Defense Organization Slim looking Kim Jong UN attended the event without making his usual speech. BBC news. Hello. I'm Razia Iqbal. Welcome to news are from the BBC World Service. It comes to live from our studios in central London. We start today. Once more with Afghanistan under Taliban rule, dissonance is probably the best word to describe the drama unfolding in the country, the chasm between words and deeds. And the space in which fear and courage reside. The Taliban have banned any protests after the last few days of women in particular, demonstrating against a government devoid of them. Nevertheless, women in much smaller numbers. In some cases, no more than 20 have continued to protest and this despite brutality against them, and journalists covering the story many are circulating. On social media video footage of two journalists who carry shocking red welts on their body from beatings by the Taliban. We'll hear from the woman who was commissioner for women's affairs at the Independent Human Rights Commission shortly she has had to flee the country. We'll also hear a historical perspective. Afghanistan was very much the focus of the world 20 years ago what has become known as the curtain raiser to the cataclysmic event of 9 11. Happened on this day in 2000 and one the assassination of the legendary guerilla commander Ahmed Shah Massoud will speak to the man who survived that attack. Massoud Khalili. Friend and confidence to the man known as the Lion of Panjshir. Let's first try and establish what's been happening today. In Afghanistan, the Internet and phone lines have been disrupted. People are frightened to speak openly. Let's speak to our correspondent. You, Geeta! My, You get a first of all there have been protests around the country today. Haven't there That's right. There have been protests, not just in Kabul. But in provinces he in different parts of the country,.

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860AM The Answer

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Rich Thomason tightening its grip on Afghanistan, the Taliban now claiming to have defeated rebels and the Panshir Valley north of Kabul. The BBC's Dilma give a ring reports on the latest Taliban briefing. Speaking at a wide ranging press conference in the Afghan capital, Kabul, Zabihullah Moudjahid said no civilians have been killed in the battle for pan shirt. And people from there would be treated with respect. He said The Taliban weren't yet ready to announce their government on the issue of security in Kabul. He said Gunmen who were legitimate would be expelled, adding that hundreds of suspected thieves and burglars had recently been detained. Acknowledge the economic problems facing Afghanistan, welcoming foreign aid and saying that with peace, the situation should improve pregnant California woman among Americans trapped in Afghanistan has told the Voice of America the Taliban is in her words hunting Americans. President Biden will visit all 39 11 memorial sites Commemorating the 20th anniversary of that dark day on Saturday's anniversary of the attacks. The president will pay his respects to the nearly 3000 people killed that day with visits to ground zero in New York City, the Pentagon and the Memorial outside Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where United flight 93 was forced down. Late last week, Mr Biden directed the declassification of certain documents related to the 9 11 attacks in a gesture toward victims. Families who have long sought the records in hopes of implicating the Saudi government. Greg Clugston, Washington Clean up from the devastation caused by Hurricane Ida continues across parts of the south as well as the Northeast. That storm is blamed for at least 68 deaths. Tens of thousands of people who fled South Lake Tahoe to escape the Kaldor wildfire in northern California now being allowed back into their homes. More on these stories. The town hall dot com Listener that stands out that I worked with was this older couple that was interested in refinancing a reached out to a few different lenders. Their credit wasn't the best. I know some of these other bigger banks. You just want to hear back from them, which I cannot stand. Not everybody has the 7 80 credits stores and just because you don't qualify at one time, does it mean that you'll never qualified? I'll walk you through what you have to do, whether it's 236 months from now, back, then an older couple we worked with them for months and months to improve their credit, and we were able to get the loan. Done. We were saving them hundreds each month, thousands of dollars a year finally got themselves into a situation financially that they can handle and then it can start saving money each month for retirement end of the day. They just could not be happier, which just put a huge smile on my face. We are united. They've mortgage mortgages of the behavior, not a mortgage for 25, middle part of New York mortgage maker for licensing information, good animals, consumer access to our corporate animals number. 30 30 equalising gender relations in Alaska, Hawaii, Georgia, Massachusetts north to South Dakota, Utah. Israeli authorities searching for a half dozen Palestinian inmates who broke out of one of Israel's most secure prisons, what authorities call a major security and intelligence failure. The BBC's Tom Bateman in Jerusalem. The alarm was raised when prison staff carried out a headcount of four a.m. and found six prisoners missing from Gilboa jail in northern Israel. High security prison known as the Safe. The six Palestinians appear to have made their way out by digging a tunnel from a cell, apparently emerging hundreds of meters away from the prison walls. Pictures show a whole emerging into a rural strip of land. The six include Zakaria Zubaydah, a former leader of the Palestinian militant group, Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, as well as five members of Islamic Jihad. Israel's army radio, says 400. Other inmates are being moved as a protective measure against any additional escape attempts. News and analysis. Town hall dot com. This report is sponsored by Mattress Firm Age 60 AM the answer The answer streaming now on our APP and the Odyssey APP in Valeo, West Stadium, Maritime Academy Drive, three vehicle injury accident in the 2nd and 3rd lanes from the left. There's also fluid in the roadway Traffic, a solid backup to magazine Street. First reports of an accident. Santa Rosa South 1 to 1 just after Todd looks like it is 2 to 3 vehicles blocking the right lane. They're going to run a traffic break show and get everything out of their traffic is starting to back up on the approach and a new accident in Concord, Shogun. 2 42, just after Highway for that is a solo accident on the shoulder doesn't appear to be blocking any lanes but watch out for minor delays. That's traffic. I'm Paul Maxwell. Get a king bed for a queen Price.

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WBUR

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WBUR

"And often is one of many Nigerians is suffering after catastrophic floods and extreme weather like this will become more common. Thanks to climate change. Nigeria is responsible for just 1% of greenhouse gas emissions and yet, like many developing countries, It's paying the price that is that right? Shouldn't rich polluting countries be covering the cost of loss and damage the rich countries they're afraid of being accused of being liable and therefore having to compensate more coming up on the climate question after the BBC World Service News Hello. I'm Debbie Rowe's with the BBC News. A Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, says resistance in the Panjshir Valley has now been defeated and the militants are in full control of the province. Fighters in the region, the last to hold out against the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan continue to insist that they have not been defeated Our South Asia editor Dilma give a ring reports. Speaking at a wide ranging press conference in the Afghan capital, Kabul, Zabihullah Moudjahid said no civilians had been killed in the battle for pan cheered and people from there would be treated with respect. You said the Taliban weren't yet ready to announce their government on the issue of security in Kabul. He said Gunman who were legitimate would be expelled, adding that hundreds of suspected thieves and burglars had recently been detained. He acknowledged the economic problems facing Afghanistan welcoming foreign aid and saying that with peace, the situation should improve. Soldiers who seized power in Guinea at the weekend government ministers and national figures to attend a meeting later on Monday. They warned that anybody who failed to appear would be regarded as a rebel and said the ousted president, Alpha Conde was safe in detention. The U. N has condemned the coup. But some opposition figures in Guinea have welcomed the removal of the President Mahmoud do nag. Ellen Barry is a founding member of the F N D C group. What you know today is that as a country belongs to the past, and we have new military who have said that they just want to organize good transition and passed the power to the people of Guinea. And we really want our military is to become heroes, not zeros. The families of those killed when a Malaysian airliner was shot down over rebel held eastern Ukraine seven years ago are testifying at a murder trial in the Netherlands over the next three weeks. 90 relatives will tell the high security court in skip all About their loss. All 298 people on board the flight were killed. The three Russians and the Ukrainian accused of bringing down the plane with the Russian ground to air missile are being tried in their absence. Moscow denies involvement. The Israeli authorities have launched a huge search operation for six Palestinian prisoners have escaped from one of the country's most secure jails. Officials called it major security and intelligence failure. Tom Bateman reports from Jerusalem. The alarm was raised when prison staff carried out a head count at four AM and found six prisoners missing from Gilboa jail in northern Israel High security prison known as the safe. Six Palestinians appear.

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860AM The Answer

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Visit optimal tax relief dot com. Turkish President Erdogan says his government's in direct talks with the Taliban about helping run Kabul airport after the departure of international forces at the end of the month, President Erdogan says Turkish officials held talks with the Taliban for 3.5 hours, suggesting the group is open to Turkey continuing to run the airport. But crucially with the Taliban in charge of its security, the question of how Kabul airport is run and security is crucial for the country's future. The U. S has already said it must function for Afghanistan to have some semblance of a relationship with the world. Turkey is a member of NATO and has been part of the alliance's forces in the country. It has secured the airport for the last six years. That's the BBC's Tom Bateman reporting At a White House meeting today, President Biden met with Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett. The first meeting between the two men since spent its election Breaking news and analysis at town hall dot com. Liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is offering some insights into his future with the high court at 83 Justice. Prior is the oldest member of the high court. He is facing growing pressure from liberals to retire soon. While President Biden is in office and Democrats control the Senate. Should Republicans reclaim the majority next year's midterm election, it would be too late for Democrats to stop them from blocking a Biden nominee. Breyer said in a New York Times interview. He is mindful of the need to time his retirement carefully, but also noted he does not believe he's going to quote. Stay there till I die. Bob Wagner reporting T Mobile notified about 50 Million customers whose personal data was stolen that it's quote truly sorry for the breach. CEO Mike Sievert said in a written statement. The company spends a lot of effort to try to stay ahead of the criminal hackers, but this time they didn't live up to the expectations they have for themselves. You can check out more on the stories at town hall dot com. I'm Ron Dirac Stra. So you think you have unlimited data.

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860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"US elections. President Biden and Putin have now wrapped up the first round of their talks. They're moving on to the first of two larger meetings. Israel has carried out airstrikes targeting military assets in Gaza. The Israelis say it's retaliation for Hamas floating explosive balloons into southern Israel. The airstrikes lasted around 10 minutes, so comparatively a short period of time compared to the kind of hostilities we were seeing. A few weeks ago. No reports of any casualties. The BBC's Tom Bateman in Jerusalem says These are the first hostilities since Israel and Hamas signed a ceasefire deal ending their latest war. As air conditioners struggle to keep things cool. In the midst of the Western heat wave, Texans being urged yet again to conserve electricity, more record breaking highs expected today across the West and the Plains parts of Utah and Wyoming, Idaho and Montana among places it will see extreme heat and perhaps at new high temperature records today. Wall Street, the Dow down 46 points. NASDAQ is up 40. More on these stories, a town hall dot com Have a have a traumatizing childhood memory of an Easter egg hunt. The big hunt was a big deal in our family and I have this memory of running and excitedly reaching for eggs, only to have my big brother and sister sweep in and steal them at the last second, it's Ryan. And unfortunately, this is a traumatizing reality. Our faith and family mortgage team is seeing from families across the country. Families are finding their dream home only to have it pulled away by another hunter at the last second at United Faith Mortgage. We unfortunately cannot scare off the other hunters, but we can very quickly get you pre approved and make it look as good as possible to sellers..

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ABC Radio MELBOURNE

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE

"Bay Saint Use With Glenn Hold up. The federal court has thrown out part of a challenge to a temporary ban on passengers traveling from India, where covered 19 infection rates have been escalating. Boys for Melbourne Man Stock in India told the court that his common law Ron to return home had been either written by the by security order preventing people returning to Australia if they've been in India for the last 14 days. Government lawyers told the cold. The act prevails over those rights if it's needed to protect the national interest, the case may not yet be over with lawyers considering whether to pursue two extra constitutional issues. The government will allow some plots from India to resume at the weekend. And Adelaide Corona virus Vaccine developer says there's been an exciting breakthrough in his research. The vaccine, developed by Professor Nikolai Petrov skis company, which has labs at Flinders University, is based on a protein produced in insect cells. Deficit. Petrovski says there have been two new developments, including his vaccines capability to protect against the variance. But he says there's been no sign of funding opportunities from the federal government. You know, we need to raise about $50 million to complete the development so that it could become a, you know, widely available vaccine on DSA. Oh, that's what's currently standing between us and being able to make this vector in available to people basically. The federal minister for Urban Infrastructures says investment in infrastructure projects will likely continuous Australia's economy recovers from the pandemic $10 billion in funding will go towards the road, rail and freight upgrades across the country in the budget. Whole. Fletcher's says the projects will create jobs and improve the economy. Several productivity in some ways the work is never done because with it staying continued population growth and you know that will That will return recently. Soon once borders are open. I think we could be confident that we're seeing continued economic needs and social needs to get people moving around as quickly and efficiently as possible. In a landmark ruling they federal court has ruled logging companies in Australia can maintain exemptions from federal environment law. Even if the logging is unlawful under state laws with the story here is Michael Slezak In May Last year, the federal court ruled the Victorian state owned logging company, Vic Forests had logged, unlawfully destroying habitat of protected possums. It said. As a result, Vic Forests had lost its exemption from federal environment laws under the regional forestry agreement. Today that decision was overturned, meaning the clearing of native forests under regional forestry agreements remains exempt from federal environment laws. However, it's conducted friends of the lead Betas Possum is considering appealing to the high court. Lacey, New Zealand of prized the actions of bystanders in Aden Aden supermarket who detained the man who attacked staff members with a knife. Police district commander Paul Basham says the stabbing in the countdown market in the city on New Zealand's South island was likely a random attack. He says the four people stabbed by the man being treated in hospital, but all are expected to survive as well as the attacker on the face of what we currently know way believe this was arraigned on the tech scene is currently being locked down and will be the subject cover extensive scene examination over the next couple of days. The alleged defender is currently receiving medical attention and the need and public hospital they Palestinian Red Crescent says more than 270 Palestinians have been hurt. During repeated clashes with the Israeli police in Jerusalem ahead of any Israeli nationalist Paride shed. You old, full light of the saving he is. The baby stays. Tom Bateman. Confrontations were already starting as I came beneath the walls of the dome of the rock here. Heavily armed Israeli border police had entered the compound there were firing volleys of stun grenades. Palestinians on the plaza there who were throwing stones and other objects at the police. Some of those confrontations that appeared to enter the mosque itself and over a period I would save 2 to 3 hours. There were then continued clashes. Israeli border police were trying to push the Palestinians out of the compound. On. They did various points. And finally, researchers at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom have made a radical suggestion that could revolutionize cricket. Using bamboo instead of willow for bats, they say, could make bats cheaper as well as being more effective. It would require a change to the laws of cricket, which currently state that the bat needs to be made of wood. Bamboo is classified as a grass, but it does offer a larger, sweet spot where the bat makes contact with the ball. More news at any time you can head to ABC dot net dot au FORWARD slash news ABC radio Weather update cloudy with a very high chance of showers in the morning and afternoon when south to sell westerly 15 to 25 kilometers per hour, turning west to southwest early in the morning and then shifting southeasterly 20 to 30 during the morning. Hello of 10 atop of 15 for Tuesday Wednesday. Mostly sunny tend to 19 on Thursday a shower to developing 10 to 19. Nightlife with Philip Klein on ABC radio. Yes. Well, I.

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860AM The Answer

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hall dot com. I'm rich Thomason. Israel mourning the loss of it least 44 people killed in a stampede at an Orthodox Jewish religious festival in the country's northeast, the BBC's Tom Bateman in Israel, such a least 100 people were interesting a very big military deployment, with rescue teams in military helicopters transferring the wounded to hospital. As that rescue operation continued during the night, and prime Minister Netanyahu is gone to the scene of the disaster. Rudy Giuliani says he doesn't know what they were looking for the former New York City mayor and President Trump's personal attorney, talking about this week's early morning FBI raid on his home and office, saying they won't explain to me what they're looking into for two years. We've called him 56, occasions said. Tell us what you're investigating will come in and address it. No, just come in and talk to us. Tell us about your whole life because that's ridiculous. Giuliani on Tucker Carlson tonight on Fox. Former President Trump renewing his attack on Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, The former president is calling on Senate Republicans to select a new leader ahead of next year's midterm election, something he says would boost their chances of winning back the majority. Mr Trump told the Fox Business Channel. Republicans will fare well next year. But he said, quote we need good leadership. Mitch McConnell has not done a great job. McConnell, who the former president's anger when he blamed him for inciting rioters to storm the Capitol building in January, there's little side Republicans will heed Mr Trump's call, however, most remains some of the unified behind McConnell's leadership. But thank you reporting the horror continues to unfold in India, the country dealing.

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WBUR

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WBUR

"That's the real story from the BBC coming up after the news. Hello. I'm we're older Son with the BBC News. Ah, fire at a hospital in India has killed at least 13 coronavirus patients as the country suffered a world record number of new infections for the second day running. Flames engulf the intensive care ward of the private hospital in Voronezh, close to Mumbai on Wednesday, more than 20 covert patients at another hospital in the same state, Maharashtra Died after the oxygen supply was interrupted. Dr. Saraswati Sinner, a critical care specialist in Kolkata, says health services are overwhelmed all our emergency rooms. All our board bets. All are critical care units are packed to capacity. We are getting direct calls from our patients are acquaintances. Our neighbors, leading with us to be able to accommodate some of their next of skills. 20 years off, working in intensive care, I have never seen anything off this kind. It is completely emotionally physically and mentally exhausting. Travel ban has taken effect in Britain for visitors from India. There was a last minute rush for plane tickets, some costing several times the usual fare before restrictions were imposed. New malaria vaccine, developed by researchers in Britain has bean 77% successful in stopping infection in early clinical trials. The results suggest it is far more effective than the only vaccine currently available against the disease. The drug was tested on 450 babies and toddlers from Burkina Fasso. Will now undergo a larger trial involving nearly 5000 young Children across four African countries. Ahead of the World Health Organization has accused a handful of the richest countries of gobbling up supplies off Corona virus vaccines, leaving others scrambling for the scraps. Ted Ross said. Hannam Ws is said of the nearly 900 million doses administered globally. Less than 1% were in low income countries more than 100. People are reported to have been hurting clashes in east Jerusalem. Between far right Jewish activists, Palestinians and the Israeli police. Hundreds of ultranationalist Jews shouting death to Arabs confronted Palestinian demonstrators the cities Damascus Gate on Thursday evening. The police, who were trying to keep the two groups apart. Also clashed with the Palestinians. Tom Bateman reports. Thies Tensions have bean bubbling for nights Now for this evening, it feels.

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WCBM 680 AM

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"tom bateman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It's a smart way to get back on track. All you have to do is give Trinity a quick call and will take care of the rest right now. No one really knows what the future will bring. But one thing is for sure. If your dad has you down, we should talk. Here's the number call 1 809 9 Old 6976. That's 1 809 90 69 76. Whole numbers dropped for California's Democratic governor is a recall petition continues to circulate. A poll released yesterday by the Public Policy Institute of California found just over half of the state's residents. 54% approve of how Governor Gavin Newsom is handling the job, suggesting the recall effort still has an uphill climb. But that's down from 65% in May at the height of his approval among Democrats he's dropped from 86% supported make to 71% now. About half of the independent support him and just 16% of Republicans approved the pole. Did not ask about the recall. I'm Julie Walker hirings weekend for six straight months. Nearly 10 million jobs remain losses The coronavirus struck, and this week the Congressional Budget Office forecast that employment won't regain its pre pandemic level until 2024 Use an analysis that tell him all that come. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. Israel's Corona virus Vaccination program, which is the fastest in the world is to be extended to all citizens over the age of 16 starting tomorrow. In an interview with the BBC, the Health Ministry's chief of vaccine adviser doctor Boaz Lev, says he believes herd immunity who won't be reached in Israel until around 90% of the population is immunized. That won't happen, he says, until Children received the job. There are trials of the fighter by on tech vaccine on under 16, but it's not clear when it could be approved for them. Herd immunity means that unvaccinated people gain protection from the virus due to the mass vaccination of others. BBC correspondent Tom Bateman reporting from Jerusalem. Worldwide electron ex leader Foxconn Technology group violated terms of its contract in Wisconsin, while local government spent hundreds of millions of dollars to prepare for the project, according to a lawsuit by a real estate company. More on these stories at town hall dot com. Wcbm Baltimore A big low pressure which brought all the jackpot.

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French President Hosts International Conference to Raise Funds for Lebanon

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French President Hosts International Conference to Raise Funds for Lebanon

"French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting an online conference call with global leaders today to organize emergency aid for Lebanon after Tuesday's devastating explosion in Beirut, the BBC's Tom Bateman reports. At the same time, Lebanese are again in the streets protest ng their government. The sense of fury is everywhere in a country that was already deeply mired in crisis. Well before Tuesday's blast, as the recovery efforts continue on the number of dead continues to rise. Today's international online conference, hosted by the French president, Emmanuel Macron, aims to raise billions of pounds in aid. But amid the deep distrust towards the country's government, he has said it must be channeled directly to charities and to the people. The BBC's Tom Bateman.

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Trump reveals long anticipated 'Deal of the Century' between Israelis and Palestinians

BBC World Service

05:10 min | 3 years ago

Trump reveals long anticipated 'Deal of the Century' between Israelis and Palestinians

"President trump's newly unveiled Middle East peace plan he has hailed it as a win win for both Israelis and Palestinians he announced it in Washington with Israel's prime minister at his side Binyamin Netanyahu called the deal of the century the Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas said these people would never accept a state that didn't include Jerusalem needless to say he wasn't that in Washington let's say speak down to our correspondent in the region Tom Bateman at Tom the the pleasure of the Israeli delegation in Washington was remarkable to see did it come as a pleasant surprise but they must have known what was going on no I don't think this would have been a surprise the Mottola made the the plan has been in the offing for at least two years now the Americans wanted to release it well over a year ago it was delayed several times because of Israel's elections those inconclusive elections we now into the run up to a third election in the space of a year so I think it would be pretty clear as time went by to the Israelis what was going to be in this and it became abundantly clear really watching the way in which prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was responding in the run up the hours running up to the announcement in Washington clearly very pleased about what was going to be in this plan and that was will confound the announcement last night between the two of the Americans say that this paves the way for a Palestinian state in the is a detailed plan however any objective look at it in comparison to previous peace initiatives it initiatives on to the international consensus up until this point shows that it is heavily tilted in favor of the Israelis some critics saying already is less of a peace plan in more of a a plan for annexation of Israeli settlements and the Jordan Valley in the west bank and I think that is what the Palestinians have said a thousand no use to to the plan itself and there is now debate I think among Israelis about how quickly they gonna try and onyx some of those areas of the west bank the work of some Arab representatives and buses of Gulf countries that in Washington as well as being background support we understand from Egypt and Saudi Arabia it now it in the past the Arab countries have been storms in their condemnation of Israel storms in the support of Palestine we sing what is this what does this mean for the future we seeing a shift change in the way that these issues are framed one of the chief architects of the plan was Jared Kushner who is president trump's son in law and a senior adviser now he's a close associates of haven't been tell mom the crown prince of Saudi Arabia and was clearly a lot of discussion diplomacy between the two about what would be in this plan and I think it would be key to them it's not to have a Saudi condemnation of of the proposes an egg they have not have that the Saudis have been fairly muted it seems in that response so far and it said that the you know welcome anything that they they look at the American plan and say that it's a a serious attempts at at a peace proposal so the whole thing there is to have condemned the plan the UAE has welcome days Jordan neighboring Jordan a crucial country strategically in terms of the geography here I have felt not welcome the plan said that they they don't welcome anything that doesn't go along with the nineteen sixty seven borders the previous international consensus but I think in terms of the the Gulf countries clearly a lot of work was done to get them on board and it looks as I find large they've done that does this however shift the way that we talk about the issues because very often they framed by the latest peace talks all the latest proposals is this basically the framework through which we gonna be talking about this in coming years it's really hard to answer that question because I think you have to look at the international consensus up until this point that is now deeply split we we've had some responses from European countries that have EM said that they for example the British won't bite size to negotiate an agreed settlement but you know they welcome Americans have said that peace proposals I think that what will change dot is if there is a unilateral action by these ready so if there is an attempt to annexation of parts of the west bank then I think that was will force the issue because of the in countries are going to have to then say whether or not they agree with that measure of course remember there is the issue of international law which prohibits the transfer of populations to territory taken during times of war territory taken by force so that's going to be a key factor too but on the ground you know I mean all of them with diplomatic proposals you don't see the huge car uprisings with tensions on the ground that are often triggered by physical changes on the ground they tend to be the things here in the region of the really cool is that really because confrontation and turbulence now that of course I think he's still in prospect right from Jerusalem correspondent Tom but

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Yad Vashem: Why Poland won't be attending Holocaust memorial

BBC World Service

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Yad Vashem: Why Poland won't be attending Holocaust memorial

"Well the there's a gathering in Jerusalem to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp in Poland well more than a million people mostly Jews were murdered by the **** the event will take place at Yad Vashem Israel's memorial to Holocaust victims is a Middle East correspondent Tom Bateman Jerusalem bristles with presidents and princes and what officials say amounts to the biggest political gathering since Israel's founding prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has already use the lead up to say the number one lesson from else fits is stopping a nuclear armed Iran while the decision to give the podium to president Putin of Russia has sparked fury in Poland it's nationalist president Andre due to his staying away in protest at not being invited to speak he accuses Mr Putin of distorting the history of the Holocaust and the war to attack his

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Israel, Islamic Jihad truce appears holding despite rockets

BBC Newshour

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Israel, Islamic Jihad truce appears holding despite rockets

"The Israeli army says more rockets have been fired from Gaza into southern Israel ourselves receives fun I came into force with Palestinian minute to militants the truce is agreed after two days of clashes following the Israeli killing of a militant commander from the Islamic Jihad group as Tom Bateman in Jerusalem explains how mass appears not to have been involved in the latest clashes all the evidence suggests that Hamas is not being involved in this fighting and Israel has slowly been targeting Palestinian Islamic Jihad now that is a very rare thing for them for the Israelis to say to single out one of the militant factions I decided they wanted to keep Hamas outside the fighting in the context of this the reason for that is over the last eighteen months a site that has been a process and indirect full of negotiation between the Israelis and Hamas brokered by Egypt to trying keep at some form of calm much interrupted not shattered but some form of calm between the two

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Israel says Gaza rocket fire continues despite cease fire

Hugh Hewitt

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Israel says Gaza rocket fire continues despite cease fire

"Israeli military says rockets fired from southern Gaza have continued to rain down on Israel despite a ceasefire agreed to by the Palestinians the B. B. C.'s Tom Bateman is in Jerusalem five rockets were launched from Gaza shortly after the ceasefire announcement Israel said two of them were shot down the ceasefire is already being tested but comes off to one of the worst recent bouts of fighting between Israel and Gaza based militants Israel said it had dealt a significant blow to Islamic jihads capabilities while the group itself describe the ceasefire terms as a big victory for the

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Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home

BBC World Service

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home

"An Israeli airstrike has killed a senior commander of the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad in Gaza the group said the habu I'll I'll Ted died at his home along with his wife Tom Bateman is in Jerusalem that is the fast talking to Kerry all the militants of the seniority since the war between Hamas and Israel back in twenty fourteen I think this marks a significant development in Israel's preparedness to do such a thing in in Gaza once again to like they said this doesn't market shift in strategy that this is not a return to the policy more broadly of targeted assassinations Abu I lots how walls Kamal and of the cruise brigade the military wing of Palestinian Islamic

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Netanyahu announces post-election plan to annex Jordan Valley

The World

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Netanyahu announces post-election plan to annex Jordan Valley

"The Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has promised that if he's reelected next week he'll extend Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley as part of the west bank currently under Israeli occupation Tom Bateman reports from Jerusalem Mr Netanyahu said if he forms a government health the next week's election he will implement Israeli sovereignty in the Jordan Valley then out spent that amounted to a promise of effective annexation of the key parts of the Israeli occupied west bank parts of the area the Palestinians want is that future state the Israeli prime minister said the plan would not include the Palestinian city of Jericho dole he said a single Palestinian following the announcement the chief Palestinian negotiator side at account said the proposed move would be a war crime which would bury any prospect of peace for a hundred

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Israeli Government, Tom Bateman And Israel discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Israeli Government, Tom Bateman And Israel discussed on BBC Newshour

"First the Israeli government has today approved the construction of six thousand new homes for Jewish settlers in the occupied west bank but in a rare move it's also approved permits to build seven hundred Palestinian homes that speak to Tom Bateman how Middle East correspondent in Jerusalem dole met start then with those of Palestinian homes of very unusual why is this happening now it is very unusual I mean I think you have to take the two announcements together and I mean first of all what is striking is the number of when it comes to the Israeli settlements six thousand is a significant number eight for the last couple of years has tended to be about the approval right pay years so it is an announcement in a single day old really roughly a yearly figure for approvals for housing units in Jewish settlements so that's one thing all in the seven hundred so you Palestinian homes as you say that is very unusual we don't know exactly where they would be other than to say it is an area see of the west bank that's what Israel has full military and civil control and we don't know who thought the details about whether this would be new buildings or

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Russian church rebuffs Orthodoxy's leader after Ukraine move

The World

00:24 sec | 4 years ago

Russian church rebuffs Orthodoxy's leader after Ukraine move

"Five rescue teams are trying to save residents trapped in their homes and cars reports in the US media say that in an intensification of the trade war between China and the United States. President Trump has instructed his officials to impose tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports Samir Hussein reports from New York US President Donald Trump has told his staff to move forward on a new round of duties on

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Strong typhoon slams western Japan; 8 dead, airport flooded

Radio From Hell

00:40 sec | 4 years ago

Strong typhoon slams western Japan; 8 dead, airport flooded

"Province of it lib or troops have been preparing or a major offensive strikes were carried out by Russian warplanes in western aid. The quoting UK based monitoring group and Malta resumption of such strikes after a three-week lull. The Syrian government has been gearing up for what is described as a phase defensive on serious lost remaining rebel stronghold opposition groups backed by neighboring Turkey as well as Islam is militants linked to Al Qaeda have said they will fight back. The around three million people in the province, many of whom have already been displaced at least once from elsewhere in Syria. Do have nowhere left to go. That's the BBC's Tom Bateman. Chinese president Xi Jinping will not

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Palestinian armed with knife jumps border fence and kills Israeli

Mike Gallagher

01:30 min | 4 years ago

Palestinian armed with knife jumps border fence and kills Israeli

"Settlement has died of his wounds he was one of three Israelis injured in the knife attack seventeen year, old Palestinian armed with a knife jumped over a fence to the atom settlements near the city of, Ramallah according to the Israeli army he stabbed t. people wanna fame later, died before being confronted. By man armed with. The gun he shot and. Killed the attacker man was wounded the Islamic militant group HAMAs claimed the attack was a response to an Israeli striking Gaza this week which killed three minutes after an. Israeli soldier had been sheltered wounded. The BBC's Tom Bateman in Jerusalem it's official, Pakistan's election commission declaring former cricket star Imran Khan's party the winner of Pakistan's historic third. Consecutive, election of a civilian government however he. Did not win an outright majority and that means, off to form a, coalition government breaking. News and analysis townhall dot com Stuck in traffic we've, got the answer Looking at the Eastshore freeway this report. Is brought to you, by compassion international it's, pretty light, today especially compared to yesterday of course eighty westbound between central avenue and Gilman. Slow to stop and go right now otherwise you're. Not going to run into any problems you've reached the bay bridge with. The backup is, to the, eight eighty overpass metering lights of course are on eighty southbound in Hayward between a street and about Whipple is slow to stop and go across bolted Dunbarton. And the San Mateo bridge is traffic moving at the. Limit high wind.

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Prime Minister, Facebook and Israel discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

04:34 min | 4 years ago

Prime Minister, Facebook and Israel discussed on BBC World Service

"And AM New York. Hello I'm Caroline Wyatt and welcome to. The world this week the program that tells you how the world has changed in. The past seven days this was the week when Donald Trump's turbulent tour of Europe closed with a controversial meeting on the president corrected his statement about Russian. Interference in the election the brought him to power energy. Sentence in my remarks I said the word would instead of wouldn't The sentence should have been I don't see any reason why wouldn't why wouldn't be Russian collusion okay awesome we ask? Are, we seeing the decline of the west the week when. Europe and Japan signed the world's biggest trade deal even though others are being torn. Up and when lynchings in India provoked action from an unexpected quarter does he has a sort of role where it can advise governments on certain policies or. Even set policies in a way that you wouldn't think. A court would do all that after this Hello Jerry Smith with the BBC news Israeli military officials say they've, been no further airstrikes or other operations. On targets in the Gaza Strip since last night the Palestinian group HAMAs says a ceasefire has been brokered by the. United Nations and Egypt but on Friday Israeli forces hit dozens. Of targets in Gaza there's Tom Bateman reports the strikes came after an Israeli soldier was shot dead the. First such talented for Israel since the? Start of regular protests which? Have. Seen. More than, one hundred and forty Palestinians killed buys ready forces since March early this morning HAMAs announced a ceasefire agreement but, there was no comment from Israel the latest exchange of fire raised fears of a significant escalation between? The. Two sides with Israel's defense minister earlier warning it was being pushed towards a broad and painful military operation the UN's envoy to the region warned that Gaza was on the brink of Of war and urged restraint members of the conservative People's Party in Spain choosing a new leader to replace Marianna ROY is retiring after being ousted as prime minister in a, confidence vote last month thousands of delegates gathered at a hotel in Madrid to hear, the two candidates make final appeals support. The former deputy prime minister psoriasis on day Santamaria is vying for the top job along with the thirty seven year. Old congressman Pablo Casado he's about to take the party further. To the right the winner will lead the opposition to Spain's minority socialist government Facebook has suspended another data collection firm from using it, site well let's investigate claims the Boston-based crimson hexagon. Maybe using people's information to build surveillance tools here's Dave Lee crimson hexagon says it collects the vast amounts of public data in order to provide consumer insights something, that is not against Facebook's policies however the. Wall Street Journal newspaper has reported that. Data firm worked with a group linked to the Kremlin as well as various US, government agencies using Facebook data for surveillance is against the sites policies and so the network has launched. An investigation Cuba's lawmakers are expected to approve a new constitution later today which will then be put to a public vote, this weeping reforms. Would see private property recognized for the first time since. One thousand nine hundred seventy six more grant is in Havana The new president Megan the canal is seeking to preserve the socialist character of the Cuban revolution or boosting the long stagnant economy on the island nevertheless state and military run. Entities will remain dominant in Cuba are the. Key changes include the introduction of a prime minister to the, Cuban political system dividing the roles of head of. State and head of government and the imposition of term limits on the presidency of two consecutive five-year terms world news from the BBC Pakistan's malady minority community say they're boycotting the forthcoming elections because of what they say are discriminatory laws they've, complained that Ahmad is being placed on a separate voter registration, list categorizing them as non Muslim community leaders say this violates their right to religious self identity as Muslim Investigators examining how seventeen people died when the terrorist boat sank on a lake.

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John Bloom, Fifteen Year and Two Decades discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

04:32 min | 4 years ago

John Bloom, Fifteen Year and Two Decades discussed on Morning Edition

"I'm john bloom in for this week's global business i've put on my hiking boots to join the world of digital new computer wiz who can work anywhere any time so long as they have laptop and wifi it's good lifestyle here been what's going to stadium i really quite enjoy freedom of traveling generally coating fixing but how do you control or even tax workers who can write computer code in china or build websites in the west indies gilpin you computer stopped working you're actually so there's no legal framework in any country in the world to support the lifestyle which is ridiculous because we had millions of people who are highly skilled talent moving around and working with this new lifestyle do digital nomads represent the future of work or are they a threat to nation states find out in global business after the news bbc news i'm john shea thousands of people have thronged addis ababa's main thoroughfare to greet eritrea's president asya of his three day visit to ethiopia comes less than a week after the two neighbors declared an end to a two decade long conflict emmanuel reports on a rival president i say well received by host ethiopian prime minister abbey made and dozens of cultural dances and a brass band performed for him as you walk the red carpet his visit comes just days after that of the prime minister arbitrary chair where the two leaders signed a landmark deal restoring diplomatic and trade relations the also agreed to resume flights between the countries and pledged to fully implement the decision of a un buck buller commission that that the town of the conflict was part of a chair on sunday mysterious will officially open they reach an embassy in which was shut down two decades ago former leaders from the farc rebel group in colombia have appeared at a special tribunal described as a historic event which could help heal the wounds of for fifty year conflict the head of the faulk rodriguez donyo also timoshenko asked for forgiveness for kidnappings carried out by the group and for the pain and suffering of many families families in mastering in western pakistan are burying their dead killed on friday and one of the country's worst ever militant attacks the islamic state group says it carried out the attack so kamani reports this is one of the deadliest attacks by militants in pakistan's history it targeted an election rally of a local politician in the town of mustang he was amongst those killed the previous set of elections in pakistan were overshadowed by the threat of violence the number of parties unable to campaign in the past few years security has greatly improved in pakistan but this week has seen a spate of attacks targeting local politicians officials in western afghanistan so at least seventeen troops have been killed in a taliban attack on an army base in farah province a local officials said four soldiers were wounded in the overnight attack in the district of boban luke israel has carried out a fresh wave of strikes on the gaza strip it said it was responding to over thirty tara act on the gaza perimeter tom bateman reports from jerusalem israeli fighter jets bombed a tunnel dug by militants in the southern gaza strip as well as military compounds israel said there had been thirty one launches mostly of mortar shells from gaza airstrikes came in between those volleys on friday is rarely soldiers shot dead a fifteen year old boy during fresh protests at the gaza perimeter fence bringing the number of palestinians killed buys rayleigh troops to more than one hundred thirty since march israel said the strikes were also in response to the daily arson attacks launched from gaza using kites and balloons well news from the bbc the trial of boys rescued from a flooded cave complex in northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital next thursday johnson reports the discharge date was revealed at the ministry of health press conference during which a new video of the recovering team was also shown to journalists in the short film the boys are seen sitting in their hospital beds during pictures i'm in good health now thanks for saving me one of the boys says tire thirties now say the team and their families need to prepare for the media attention they will receive when they leave the.

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Five Days, Twenty Nine Minutes and Three Decades discussed on Programming

Programming

03:45 min | 4 years ago

Five Days, Twenty Nine Minutes and Three Decades discussed on Programming

"What makes them take from heist to horror wrong comes to coming of age why do we love them what are the rules on why do we keep coming back for more not secrets secret cinema staff on tuesday night at nine on bbc four and the weather it is going to be mostly dry and very warm at least for most places today some rain in the far northwest today i'm ready for michelle hussein adjusting at the time is just coming up to help us seven zap is over the summer the news in belfast and explosive device has been thrown at the home of gerry adams the former shin thing leader and other senior party members homes also targeted no one was injured shouldn't fain has suggested the attacks were carried out by dissident republicans who are opposed to the peace process it follows nights of rioting in the city of londonderry which police have blamed on dissident groups six people have been arrested in connection with those disturbances has flown a paraglider close to the gulf resort where president trump has arrived to spend the weekend he flew to scotland yesterday evening after meetings with theresa may and tea with the queen mr trump whose mother was scottish and his wife bologna staying at his turnberry hotel officers are continuing their search for evidence in the poisoning of a couple with inova jokin we'll chill last month the met police say bottle was found in a surge in one of the victims house in amesbury and was tested by scientists to porton down charlie rarely who's forty five remains in hospital in salisbury in a serious but stable condition his opponent on sturgis died last weekend the twelve boys rescued from a flooded cave complex northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital on thursday toilets health minister told reporters that the boys in their families needed to be prepared for the meteoroid tension they would receive when they came out the survey for the consultant deloitte found that consumer confidence from april to june was it a seven year high it said the results were boosted by the sunshine and the football world cup the research which came from three thousand consumers fan confidence to be the highest since its inception in twenty eleven the uk's new polish ship which is named after the broadcaster and naturalist david attenborough is to be launched today is the largest commercial should built in britain in three decades the vessel was originally voted to be called boaty mcboatface but the public by the public but ministers intervened the time is twenty nine minutes to eight the syrian city where the first antiapartheid protests erupted seven years ago now has the national flag flying again in its main square darah was taken back by government forces this week they also now hold much of the surrounding province after an offensive that the un says has displaced tens of thousands of people aid agencies say via convoys of supplies are being blocked at the jordanian border as our middle east correspondent tom bateman reports this is your lori five days now three for five days you have inside freaks i met ibrahim on the dusty frontier rose from jordan to syria his lori is among more than fifty we counted filled with aid supplies bound for data province but stock at a desert town on the jordanian border the engine runs day and night to keep the food cool of his do the same to preserve medicines the second abraham is himself syrian from data he left in twenty fourteen and hasn't seen his home since nobody knows what's going to happen whether we will go in or not i feel optimistic i haven't seen my relatives in four years okay.

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Activists protest planned West Bank demolition

Sean Hannity

01:20 min | 4 years ago

Activists protest planned West Bank demolition

"And the dynamite supplement another lickochops try lickochops by to get one free balances out his body and his mind and his spirit adding dinovite their diet has every single dog my kennel looking better than they have ever looked their skin is so much better now that they're on the raw diet i don't even give them the kibble anymore d i n o v i t e dot com israeli police have arrested eleven protesters following clashes which left three officers injured in a bedouin village in the west bank the palestinian red crescent said at least thirty five people were injured the villages around a hundred nasc bedouin who've been on or close to the site since the nineteen fifties israel's supreme courts approved the demolition israel says the residents did not have building permission and they would all be relocated palestinians countered that israel does not approve such building permits abc's tom bateman the trump administration rescinding obama era guidance meant to promote diversity among students the trump administration says the government would no longer encourage schools to use race as a factor in the admissions process attorney general jeff sessions calls the changes in an effort to restore the rule of law when it comes to college admissions some universities though insist they will continue to use their current diversity efforts breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com from washington on new.

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Russian billionaire Abramovich gets Israeli citizenship

BBC World Service

01:55 min | 5 years ago

Russian billionaire Abramovich gets Israeli citizenship

"Finding it they managed to search hundred thousand square kilometers in in just three months whereas the previous search search near a little bit larger than that but over a period of two years so they cover more ground they say that there are work very well and extremely challenging conditions both highseas and and very mountainous terrain on the seabed where they looked but they clearly looking in the wrong area and it simply opens up even more the mystery surrounding what happened particularly the end of an h three seventy there are conflicting theories about whether the plane was under the control of the pilots and might have glided along way or whether he fluid until he either lost consciousness or ran out of fuel and it plunged into the sea and the difference in those theories makes a huge difference in the areas that people can look so the possibility and many people have threes there are other areas close to the ones where where they've been looking where it could still be located and while the malaysian government has said for now will not renew the contract it has with ocean infinity and remember this is a no find no fee contracts the company doesn't get paid and it finds the wreckage they haven't they're not renewing that for the moment but this is a new government in malaysia they pledged to relook at the way in which m h three seventy was handled to publish for the first time and absolutely full report into their own handling of that of that accident and that disappearance and that in that sense they still the option being left open their that new evidence new thinking could restart research search at some stage in the future southeast asia correspondent jonathan head now some of the day's other stories with gareth raymond abramovich the russian billionaire and owner of chelsea football club has flown to tel aviv to take up israeli citizenship tom bateman reports the chelsea owner has reportedly been given an identity card under the lure of return which allows jews to become citizens of israel the chelsea owner worth a reported twelve and.

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Israel says first country to use U.S.-made F-35 in combat

Investor's Edge

01:33 min | 5 years ago

Israel says first country to use U.S.-made F-35 in combat

"Townhall dot com i'm keith peters israel's air force chief says it's become the first country to use the f thirty five stealth fighter in combat maecha general ami come knockin said israel was flying the f thirty five over the middle east and had already used it to attack twice on different fronts he showed images of the plane over the lebanese capital beirut and said the stealth fighter had participated in strikes over neighboring syria the us made f thirty five is being described as the world's most advanced fighter jet and the israeli claim to have used it in an operational strike even before the americans maybe designed as a further show of military strength as it believes elite iranian forces are trying to entrench themselves in syria to threaten israel bbc correspondent tom bateman reporting from jerusalem the united states and china are working toward an agreement that would ease us sanctions that were imposed on z t e corporation and let the chinese telecommunications giant stay in business more on these stories at townhall dot com sarcoma odds are you've never heard that word before for the forty people diagnosed with sarcoma everyday it is a life changing word lifechanging devastating because sarcoma is cancer sarcoma is cancer of bone and soft tissue blood prevalent in children than in adults more than six thousand people lose their lives to stockholm each year treatment options for sarcoma unlimited and new therapies are desperately needed more research and increased awareness is necessary to.

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Tel Aviv, Reed Brody and Murder discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

02:16 min | 5 years ago

Tel Aviv, Reed Brody and Murder discussed on BBC World Service

"To the islamic state group has been blamed for the attacks which have shocked indonesia because they were carried out by families with children the prime minister of israel benjamin netanyahu has sought to defend the israeli military's killing of dozens of palestinian protesters in gaza by saying they were paid by militants the palestinians have denied the allegations this report from tom bateman medical workers at the main hospital in gaza city told the bbc they faced a crisis dealing with the sheer number of injuries and lack even basic medical supplies the scale of protests at the perimeter fence reduced significantly yesterday sparking claims in the israeli press that hamas was in control of demonstrators behavior because it had been able to stand down unrest responding to mr netanyahu's claim that the group paid people to enter the line of fire one senior palestinian figure accused the israeli prime minister of deceit will news from the bbc guatemala has become the second country to move its embassy in israel to jerusalem is rarely sovereignty over the city the move by the united states on monday was accompanied by huge protests on the border with gaza most countries with embassies in israel have them in tel aviv because of the disputed status of jerusalem the governor of the afghan province of farah says a taliban attack on the main city has been brought to an end the assault and these strategic town in the west of the country began in the early hours of tuesday morning and raged for most of the day the governor by salangi said about three hundred taliban and twentyfive afghan security officers had been killed ferocity was retaken by afghan government troops with nato backup but reports say the taliban are still positioned on the outskirts human rights lawyers say they have enough new evidence to have the form of gambian president tried on murder charges the lawyers say they have established that a death squad known as the jungle is operated under his direct orders reed brody is a lawyer for human rights watch we are presenting evidence that approximately forty four ghanaian citizens were killed by a death squad which took orders from yeah yeah jammie the question now is what will you do about it what will africa do about it these victims deserve justice the.

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