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The City of Carthage
"Welcome back to another episode. Five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're going to a place to a very famous city in the ancient world. The city of Carthage Carthage was first settled by the Phoenicians. This of course was a crucial city right as were on the Mediterranean Sea. Carthage came to be known as the master of the Mediterranean. Sea Trade after the Phoenicians was part of the PUNIC. PUNIC empire, and then under Caesar Augustus who reigned from fourteen BC to twenty seven ad. Of course, this is the Caesar Augustus of the Gospel Narratives in the birth of Christ under Caesar Augustus Rome to control of Carthage and it became a great Roman city. It was second only to Rome and the Roman Empire Rivaling Alexandria from time to time for that position, but most give it to Carthage. At any given time in these centuries, the population of Carthage would be two hundred fifty thousand people that had all the telltale signs of a Roman city. There were theaters in the republic buildings. There were the extensive baths. There were aqueducts for. Water across the city, and even into the fields for farming, there was an extensive Roman road system. Soldiers were kept. There was a very busy port city and a very prosperous city. It also has quite a role in church history. It was the home of Talionis. Of course. Is that great church father from one sixty to two twenty as the one who gave us the word Trinity, and brought together all that biblical teaching of who got is in his Trinitaria and being, and so we have the word trinity coined at Carthage and two Oh. Three Carthage was the site of the martyrdom of perpetual and Felisa toss those very brave young women, and the wonderful story of their martyrdom in their courage in their stand for Christ. Well, it was at Carthage. and. The to fifty CIPRIAN was bishop of Carthage. This was on the heels of the decian persecution very intense persecution by the Roman emperor Shas. And after the persecution, and there was some relenting of it, folks were allowed back into the church created quite a controversy was known as the Donna test controversy that raged throughout the church from the fourth to sixth centuries and a key player in that controversy was CIPRIAN Bishop of Carthage. In three ninety seven. It was the site of the Third Council of Carthage. And the topic of discussion was the New Testament Canon and coming out of that council was an affirmation of the twenty seven books of the New Testament, so it played a role in the Canon controversies in development of the Early Church and in four sixteen, the Palais jeans were condemned at Carthage, so it played a role in the development of the doctrine of original sin. So what a fascinating city with rich history both in terms of the ancient world end in church history well as Rome was sacked by the barbarians in four ten carthage was sacked by the vandals and four, Twenty Nine Carthage became the capital of the vandal empire which spanned across that great north. Coast, and of course that North African coast had the Mediterranean Sea to the north, and the vast Sahara desert to the south. Is Long came on the scene, the six hundreds, and began to threaten from the East and Right at the end of the six hundred at the battle of Carthage Carthage fell to Islam. It was dominated by Islamic control. There was a brief time during the Crusades when Carthage was retaken, but only for a short time. It remained Muslim throughout the era of the reformation and right onto the present day. Carthage in the present day is a suburb of Tunis. Capital city of the North African nation of Tunisia. Tunisia's the first government North Africa to give protection for religious freedom. But the nation itself is still dominated by Islam and while there is a church. They're going way back to those early centuries. It is still a church that suffers persecution in our present day.
"tunis" Discussed on WRVA
"The Senate but the articles he cannot tolerate Nancy Pelosi blackmailing the Senate and having this cloud of our institutions the government long status now there in court the Democrats you may miss this telling federal courts do not dismiss our desire to have sixty grand jury information of the Mahler investigation all the rest because of the articles of impeachment so in other words ladies and gentlemen this is the precedent that's being said if it's not stop right now the tracks you pass initial articles of impeachment against the president in the house and you keep it open and you just keep adding to it and when you think it is politically for Tunis then you send it to the Senate now let me tell you there's nothing said by any frame of the constitution nothing said by any of the commentators in the federalist papers or the anti federalist papers nothing they give support for this position zero so they're now using the impeachment clause as fascists it's up to Mitch McConnell right now to put an end to it I don't know what the lawyers for advise the president of the Republicans in the Senate but they need to listen to me no deadlines with a vote to dismiss as virtuous is that is now Jess declared null and void and you're done but my fear is their fear of the media and the Democrats is greater greater than their motivation to defend the institution of the Senate the impeachment clause in the constitution generally I'll be right back van let's.
Harvey Weinstein hit with new sex assault charges as trial kicks off in New York
"Prosecutors LA just announcing that the former movie producer has been indicted charged with raping one woman and sexually assaulting another in separate incidents over a two day period in twenty thirteen the new charges announced as the first criminal case against winds dean goes to trial in New York or fox is good all Scott is here live at least the Dugway door who represents some of wine stains accusers says this new decade will change how women are treated today we are beginning the process of holding Harvey Weinstein accountable for his actions this trial in New York is on sex assault charges levy by two women but dozens of accusers have come forward defense attorney Donna row Tunis says concerns for them come from those winds dean charges in Los Angeles now filed she hopes the jury in New York will be sequestered than
Explainer 187: Who is Kais Saied?
"December Seventeenth Two thousand ten a twenty six year old to nece- and fruit seller cold muhammed boozy and held no rallies preferring trudge door to door to speak to voters directly. He's message was simple he's clean his own man not on the hook left was an unfair advantage while getting elected as an outsider candidate anywhere is no small accomplishment it is also relatively speaking the easy getting sites proposed reforms onto the statute books will require a two-thirds majority in Tennessee as parliament also under Tunis's system as it stands country ten days after that Tunisia's President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country he had ruled for nearly a quarter of a century the which point some biographical buck ground president-elect saieed he'll be at least but if it was a success anywhere and we will come back to the size of that if presently it was in the Arab spring's birthplace this past week she to get things done at home it will also require him to apply for his first pass Bolt welts siders who often show up at these things to make some point or other rather than being a serious contender indeed he claimed he'd never even voted before city of Tunis he helped draft Tunis's new post Arab Spring Constitution but displayed little aspiration to political office until two thousand candidates backed by the established parties he turned the nickname. Robo cop from an insult into a compliment side ran almost no advertising president-elect side now has to try governing while toting a considerable burden of expectations and without a party apparatus to support him ends and which side very much wants to change the presidential purview is limited to national security defense and foreign affairs which may limit sides ability Kende Tunisia held its second free presidential election since the Arab spring second free presidential election in its history this one brought forward a few being charges of tax fraud and money laundering the result was inevitable even though site refused to campaign while his opponent was in the clink full swearing what he believes eighteen when he declared himself an independent candidate for the presidency initially cited looked and may have suspected himself to be one of the improbable committee huge field which contested the first round of voting back in September sides austere even do a presence set him apart from the noise generated by the so I need is not regrettably an altogether fresh new liberal broom in the didn't isolated act of desperation he's hostile actors are in the pay of foreigners who felt soles to extremism and terrorism manipulated from outside the country by parties rights as men it is Richard indeed in that context of Middle Eastern politics that he nevertheless appears a stretch better than the average but side account for the moment at least on Tunis's impatient youth roughly ninety percent of eighteen to twenty five year olds voted for him attracted by his detachment context of Middle Eastern politics he is keen on the death penalty much less so on gay people and believes that women should not get to enjoy the same inheritance in the end of this month is a sixty one year old former professor of constitutional law with a modest profile as a public intellectual who taught mostly at the universe to anybody when he made it to the to candidate runoff against nobile career a brash media tycoon who spent much of election season in prison pen who do not wish well on a country determined to persevere how does an island I'm room with over the Arab spring failed in general to promote the blossoming of liberal democracy across the don't to terrorism Tunisian people know how art and culture are important to understand and appreciate months following July's death in office of the previous incumbent elderly political veteran Beigey tweed essentially genesee is new president elected with a from the establishment he should also be helped along by the robust civil society which has helped prevent Yunessi from descending into post Arab Spring Kale it has made considerable progress since Mohammed boozy made his stand and his sacrifice it remains however a considerable stretch from where many unisons would prefer it to be president elect side faces both a challenge and opportunity Monocle twenty four I'm Andrew
Imelda Staunton on the New 'Downton Abbey' Film
"Today today after making a name for herself on the West End Stage Imelda Staunton shot to international fame when she started in the Mike Leigh Drama Vera Drake in two thousand and four it earned her an academy award nomination for Best Actress. Imelda Staunton is also the winner of three Olivier Awards for best actress in a musical for her roles in into the woods sweeney any told and Gypsy in two thousand and sixteen. She's back on screens this weekend. Joining the cast of the feature film version of Downton Abbey she spoke to Monaco's has been Ryland for me joining it now because I'm not in the series and although my husband who plays Carson isn't the series or do feel. I've lived but I think that's that's very interesting to think. NCA- about. Should we want things to stay the same and yet I also think within the story that Julian fellowes has given the female characters. You know I've could a very interesting story line because I come into it but women questioning there. Should I be living in this big house with servants. What what what's happening with the world and yet the audience crave costs and someone steady. They want things to be steady and safe because we are going to hell in a handcart hot. Let's face it to cling onto something that has got tradition. If you like and that's why I dare say we're all obsessed with the royal family or just something that is stable because it's all over the place and I think it stability that people want and yet we have to sort of we have to move within that the big question of course is which tradition should we hold onto and which ones should we move on from and we all collectively need to make this decision and in a microcosm sort of way that's the the dilemma faced with many of the characters you'll your character wants to make a decision without giving anything away that would be quite untraditional it would be against the idea of what what people do you and there are other characters such as Maggie Smith who looks at this and says no things shoot remain how they've always been and it's it sort of feels like a wider dilemma that we just don't know which ones we should hold onto to know but in film terms that's tension and that's what you need to make a drama. There's no point of us will sit making a film that everything's fine or everything's terrible you have to the tension is like the tension between Maggie Smith Skirt and Penelope Wilton character which yes you think about it. She doesn't belong to the House and so her role throughout the series was almost almost and I'm a I'm quoting her now but she was the window from the audience into Downton again will is that right and she could question on behalf of us. You know what was going on on and I think you have to be malleable with all these traditions and you have to move all family of how to move with the Times with you will in Kate and and how it has to move on and I think Downton has embraced that the film you know the fans just desperate for the film and I think they'll be delighted with it but I think they'll be delighted with it because although it's a chocolate box and it's a fantasy they're serious points in the film and I think you know for what it is. I think people go uh no. I think that's that's quite true if the made the cooks assistant questions. Why are we having to do all this the king and Queen or why are we having to you know just just questioning just putting things out there. I think it will make people listen to more than just oh what we have tea and dinner served. Well absolutely it's. It's such a cozy film but also you know we were talking about traditions and in a way the film is about nostalgia isn't it. I found myself coming out of a wondering whether it really is a love letter. Tunis eligible naught because there are so many elements of the film that while very much of the time that he's being depicted here. It's also making it clear that time is moving on culture is moving on whether these people choose to understand it or not the the king and Queen that come to visit wouldn't have any idea about this secret secret gay club. That's happening without anyone's knowledge behind these on March doors you know there is an element of a coach is moving on even if these people are living all all alone in a happy little place in their own little bubble at the end of the film it did make me one east this and affectionate love letter to nostalgia all has more of a reminder that all things will eventually end even Downton Abbey the series the film perhaps the structure itself yeah. I think it's both I think it's it you can give and take away and I feel that you know Downton. Abbey was Sunday night fair and it's not political to cope with a big P. It's as you said it's cozy television and it's feel good and that's that's what this is. We must pretend as any different than the there were few little ingredients. It's in their little bit risky. You know and that's within its remit. I think it hits all those marks and yes you know anything about the old days. It's no style Jake and and Britain does that quite well. I Suppose Julian fellowes you know with Gosford Park for goodness sake all those years ago he knows how to do that. So you see you can push the boundaries so fall with film right Downton Abbey and I think he's done it and I think he's served the regular characters. I'm aware on the periphery of at the end of the regular characters are who the fans want to see and this is a film that has been made because of the demand of the popular you know how many people one hundred twenty million people watching it so he's given them what they want. I think Imelda Staunton they're one of many stars of the new feature film version of Downton Abbey Speaking to Ben Ryland Downton Abbey is out in cinemas
Taliban blast kills US soldier, several civilians in Kabul
"In Kabul Afghanistan today at least ten civilians and one American service member was killed in a car bombing by the Taliban as you mentioned yesterday there was another Taliban bombing a couple days ago as the Taliban is negotiating a deal with the US to withdraw US troops and set up future talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban but the Afghan government and several former U. S. ambassadors to Afghanistan have all expressed concern that the peace deal in principle announced by the US envoy didn't require the Taliban to stop its violence others with concern women's rights activists house vehicle this is the former deputy speaker of the Afghan parliament she's in Kabul vows here the bombing today must be underscoring your fears. yes it is people are worried and shared folder but in the meantime I taking this has become part of a life unfortunately because I I was I was coming for this interview preparing just two hours after the bombing people were going in in bunches in groups to a C. US soccer much of football by Tunis did you and I was like you know one part of the city used to be probably two kilometers away from becoming a people go to watch the soccer Switzer makes off line I would say well but there's you know it first of all there are many people who feel that the Taliban should be rewarded if it continues the bombing the Taliban members of the Taliban has said that they need to continue to show strength so they can negotiate from a position of strength. but putting aside it's difficult to do putting aside the fact that there are still bombings you and others have another concern you don't want to go back to the time when the Taliban controlled the country this is before the U. S. took the Taliban from power after nine eleven would explain the difference between Afghanistan under the Taliban and how you've been living now is a woman. what I understand now has that transformed I've got a son today is able to get a space and accommodate a woman people of different origin religious minorities a different political views in Afghanistan to they goes on woman can go to school and in addition to the buildings and schools and you know constructions that happen and you can see it's visible I think the major things that happen come comparing to Taliban regime is the transformation of time you have gone the sun on Taliban needs to realize and appreciate adopt to the new Afghanistan the war has no winner it's the people understand that they're paying two days ago I went to my province and I see in two hours three the bodies to the bodies of our army soldier were transported to dead villages that they lost their lives in the battlefield so yes you have on one hand and I've got a said that don't want to go back on the other hand you have a continuously of unit escalating violence that people have got to some are for that will it in we're reminded of the Taliban what was able to take power in Afghanistan because of the vacuum created by the war with the Soviet Union and here you have the U. S. talking about pulling out from another war concern that the Taliban will take power again in a vacuum again but can you see living alongside the Taliban if they're not in power. if they don't drool the way they want I can do can be part of the society and even participate in politics there are many other groups who believe like Taliban and they participate but if I've got a son a surrender to follow on it if we lose everything just because the policy cough a PC with Taliban I'm not sure if that's what also result the peace I mean we have to really be careful in terms of float up to look you completely withdrawing from Afghanistan because you write you mentioned the vacuum that resulted in and coming of Taliban to power we don't want to expedience there is dying there are other intelligence and security and terrorist organizations in the region so we have to really be careful about how we want to make a peace deal with Taliban we want to have a piece Taliban but we'll see how that unfolds meantime and just briefly your the nineteenth of twenty three children you are put outside to die by your father because of your gender but your mother rescued you and then you went on to become the only woman in your family to get an education. there is a lot for women like you at stake here. to we have become a very far there are many stories like my story that have not been able to make it a success but I have made it a success all do I have faced a lot of political tore mine and I see that as a positive step because I see if women are getting stronger politically they face more a position under political opponents try to sideline deep so at least I did as a space for me to politically exercise my political views definitely I'm a success story there a woman who have not been hurt tells that's hundreds of them we don't want that's gonna son under uneasy Jean clued in Taliban to Expedia's that kind of situation experience a situation where a woman Brazilians where woman progress we wear woman the quality is not respected then to garden this is something that not only me I think I'm the woman enough going to Sunday goodness of where they live live in the villages in the cities of France. because you could see former deputy speaker of the Afghan parliament fuzzy thank you
Tunisia, President And Ruth Sherlock discussed on Morning Edition
"Tunisia's president educate a subsea has died at the age of ninety two and here's Ruth Sherlock reports on the passing of the country's first democratically elected leader they see kai decides he died this morning at a military hospital in the capital Tunis where he'd been taken the night before according to an official statement as subsea one Genesius fast free elections in two thousand and fourteen in the wake of the Arab spring revolutions that swept the country earlier this year at the ninety two year old to subsea announced that he would not seek reelection saying a younger person should lead the
Nala the cat rules!
"Talking Tech is brought to you by WICKS DOT COM creatine published a stunning website all from one powerful platform go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website. Today that's W.. I. X DOT COM in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of whic special offer for talking tech listeners. I got now a cab in front of me. An audio interview about the world's most famous instagram most loved cat. How's that for big sentence we have Kooky and Shannon Ellis the two who've you own this cat yes okay so tell us four million followers on instagram right now? If I put the my confront Annella now it's not going to anything me out would be so incredible. Nello wants to eat the microphone so there will pass on that Pook. Tell us what happened with the cat. How did the can't become famous on instagram you know at first when I started at cow readout intention to make oh famous or anything I just want to share her Tunis with the world and his she's a rescue the animal so I just wanted to share who photo with people and then people love her and start following her and here we are saving years after four point one million or more four point two and she's sexiness book war record off the most popular head on instagram? She's looking at me right now. She would love to get out of that little box that little cage but she's being good okay so four point one million followers here you guys are. Heard how do you guys think now became so popular. What I mean? There are a lot of cats out there so what happened. She is really she has a unique looking little bit. She looks she looks normal. She's a cat from his shoulder but the fact that she she's a risk you and she looked normal average cat. I think people can relate to that and we try to use platform to spread love and happiness. I also think it was timing. <hes> she was one of the first <hes> animal animals animals the first but she was one of the first to have their own animal count and I think there was some curiosity in that when people would discover a cat account you know what is this cat doing and then we build out a persona so Nala. Oh has a has a personality online. She's known for being sweet friendly but she's also has a diva personality. At times she has she wears a crowned and a shark cat and I think people connect with her her mood and it makes people feel included. We have a community profit. I know that people with a million followers four million followers get a lot of offers for sponsored posts. Are you doing print ads. What are you doing? We do a lot of brand deals. We partner with a lot of nationwide brands mostly a lot of shelters rescues so we we we monetize from brand deals and then we try to give back through charity work name name of you who you working with Google left. Fresh step <hes> we actually get many litter offers and then we have to figure out which one is the best for Nala which ones are Benthic tour family so we kind of like a guiding star like if we wouldn't use the product ourselves or we wouldn't give it to someone we love then. We shouldn't advertise it. Live nulla lives about an hour from here yeah so we California cat yeah so we say L._A.. Because that's where she's from but we're a little bit more inland Glenn Movie Star Right. She was actually in the movie nine lives with Kevin Spacey Jennifer Garner. She was one of the magical cats there was available for purchase into the store in that movie and he's actually allergic to cats so that was a pretty funny experience France but she did the red carpet for that she did the red carpet for the cats musical nickelodeon yeah kit choice award red carpet she how has all the money that Nell is brought in from brand deals changed her life. We get to use that to help other animals and Inga most important thing for us like higher grade tuna fish and stuff. We make sure that she eat a really good food that base of the best for her always. What recommendations do you have for people listening right now the two hey I want my cat to be famous like now? What what tips do you have be consistent and be authentic? Be Yourself and <hes> build a personality. Because it's what the audience will connect with you can't just say sunbathing on the Sunday like you have to build out a personality like Garfield right what all cartoon characters have personality so it just makes sense that your cat can have one <hes>. I'm so we when we post something we make sure it's voice tone. What would Nala say and then we kind of just been consistent with that and just beyond brand always often does nulla post a new new picture once a day once a day Yup for all those people who are listening WanNa now look at Nala instagram dot com slash now under skullcap? Thank you so much for talking tech with us. These today's businesses of all sizes need an online presence. Whether you're an established name a brand new startup or something in between you WanNa make sure people know where to find you at wicks dot com. You'll find all the tools you need to create a stunning professional website aid. 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"tunis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You talking of the man who ran for president twice time of the man who made it Tunis and fashionable for someone to run it an independent bid incredible story is Perot how he built himself up how he was just as dynamic of a salesman thank capable as anybody out there a I history there is a tremendous amounts of that that man has done had seen have been through worthy of respect Alcorn forms his estimated wealth back in July was four point one billion dollars now that doesn't include money that he gave away that include other things that he had done a great story a great American story spectacular as a guy who remembers him him running I was mad at him because he was gonna run any was running in many stopped and they start to go so you can't do that to people infuriated with absolutely bother like you wouldn't believe but respected did respected history struck the story most importantly respect the Hassel guy worked himself up from pure poverty for nothing from nothing at all not all the respect in the world for Ross Perot France has decided they've got the answer to save the planet from itself and they are putting an eco tax on all flights out of France the ego tax hello I like to try here people liking this idea please class Gast according the transport minister the tax is going to add eighteen euros or or yeah eighteen euros on tickets for all flights leaving the country the tax is going to raise one hundred eighty million euros annually I'm starting in twenty twenty it's gonna be used to finance daily transport in France as the independent writes it the move comes in Midland and escalating planetary climate emergency which is disproportionately being caused by the tiny percentage of people who use planes for transport hold on a second.
Suicide Bombers Attack Security Forces in Tunisia
"And we begin today in the tunisian capital tunis with have been a pair of suicide attacks aimed at the country's security forces assassin criminals the chunks of the crowds that gathered near the site of the first blast which according to the tunisian interior ministry targeted a police patrol that was a similar attack on the capital's main thoroughfare avenue abby gabba late last year nine people were hurt in that incident back in two thousand fifteen and sold on a museum in the capital left twenty two people dead an attack that was carried out by militants linked to the islamic state group just before we came on the latest from the journalist fodil eliza in tunis well it's confirmed from the interior ministry that there's been two separate suicide attacks today that happened about ten minutes apart from each other about two kilometers apart from each other in terms of distance first appears to have targeted the security vehicle on defaults which is at the end of the main avenue at it's very close to the old city of the old medina which is popular with tourists and the second attack appears happened in front of a judicial police office in an area of tunis called gorge any we have confirmed from the interior ministry that at least one security official has died so far and at least five others security officials have been seriously injured there's also been several civilians who've been injured transferred to hospital so far we have details of how these attacks took place we don't we do understand that there were suicide bombings of what we don't understand exactly how it was carried out or who might be behind the attacks so far so details still scans but this aspersions landing on any particular people well there was a similar attack actually in october of last year just about three hundred meters away actually on virginia avenue and it had been a woman suicide bomber who had come up to a security vehicle that was parked very similar to the first attack that we saw today and in that case security fficials had said that they weren't aware of this when was that they had not been following her and so it did not seem in any way connected to any organizational capacity however the fact that these two today were came so close together does suggest some sort of coordination and who might want to attack the security forces well the security forces in tunisia have had a mixed reputation in tunisia the revolution in twenty eleven was very much revolution that was in many ways rejecting the security forces tunisia had been a police state before two thousand eleven and so in the revolution two thousand eleven many people hit burned and attacked police officers at that time since then the security forces have really tried to regain a positive reputation which they have had in terms of their fight against terrorism but some people in tunisia particularly people who are in a marginalized regions or places where they see the security forces still as being antagonist to citizens rather than defending citizens that may be one possible causes we've seen here it could also be linked to perhaps a broader international terrorist organizations that has been the case in other attacks particularly against security force in the western mountains can you tell us about the sort of general atmosphere in the city of the moment this security services every mobilized we've seen evacuations in downtown of key places including teenagers largest court we've seen that a prisons have stopped receiving visitors were evacuated of visitors at the time and we've also heard strangely enough that the current president has been hospitalized in apparently is in serious condition according to some reports so there is a sense that there's a bit of an overload of news today as people trying to figure out what's going on yes i mean he's ninety two isn't he the being concerns about his health before this yes apparently he had recently had a visit to the hospital i think about a week ago it was at ninety two years old he may be prone to sickness at this age totally unrelated to to what's going on in international
Thousands of migrants still trapped by intensifying clashes in Tripoli detention centres
"This is Matt wells at US news Faouzi winds of migrants remain trapped by fighting in around Tripoli UN agency IOM has warned more than the month after an assault on the Libyan capital began led by self-styled, Libyan national army commander Khalifa after an interview with Daniel Johnson from your news safm silly from the international organization for migration in Libya explains. How the agency helps those held in eleven official detention facilities. She also gives us an update on last weekend's deadly shipwreck in which dozens of desperate migrants died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe. Well, currently the clashes are escalating in Tripoli, which is extremely worrying for civilians, including migrants. And here I have to note, especially detain migrants and centers there are three thousand three hundred detained migrants in Tripoli. And as clashes intensify the situation is especially dangerous for them. How has access to these detain migrants in the official detention centers in. Outside Tripoli, so the detention centers that are ran by the official authority DCM the directorate for combatant illegal migration now inside Tripoli and around Tripoli as well. There are eleven detention centers functioning has access to those detention centers, and we mainly provide emergency assistance in the form of mon-, food items, health assistance, protection and also voluntary humanitarian support to those wishing to return to their countries of origin. We're not just talking about young men here in the main. We're also talking about women and children in detention centers. We are talking about men minors women children. I can also say pregnant women. So how are you managing to help them materially to migrants in detention centers, we provide health assistance, our teams, go to the detention centers and visit them regularly provide health screenings, and if there any hospital referrals or any further cases that need to be referred to the hospitals. We do that. We also provide nonfood items which is. Blankets mattresses, close hygiene items as well. We also can protection visits to detention centers where we interview the migrant sensitive there any vulnerabilities to be identified. We do advocate for alternatives to the tension. I'm so far we have provided an alternative to detention for over one hundred migrants vulnerable migrants, and that is in the system of host families that we've established in via so yet, although you provided alternative accommodation for someone hundred plus though, still many thousands who need your help. There are still thousands of migrants trapped in Libya weather in urban areas or in detention centers that still need support. And that is what we're working on right now and since the clashes erupted, and you say the getting worse in the last month, presumably the situation of migrants in these detention centers and other displaced people is worsening as well. So what can I do to help them? So our assistant. Can be summarized in emergency assistance. So basically due to the clashes what we do provide is emergency interventions. So we do provide hygiene kits mattresses not food items to displaced people, and we track instances of displacement, and therefore we provide assistance to displaced people. We also provide them with health assistance and hospital referrals, if need be and also the assistance that I mentioned that is provided to migrants weather in detention centers or urban areas. So all the while this fighting is going on the clashes going on the situation is worse than you say, but people are still trying to cross the Mediterranean risking their lives. And yet they're being returned to Libya to detention centers. I o M'S coolers presumably, they should not be happening. So we do consider Libya as an unsafe port and therefore migrants should not be returned to unsafe ports. It is also important to note that migrants are being returned to arbitrary detention some migrants stay in detention centers for over a year. Year or two years. And I am calls for the end of detention and the release of migrants detained especially there's an urgent need right now. With the intensifying clashes, and what details you have of the latest tragedy that happened at the weekend involving to migrant boats? In fact, there were two rescues so on tens of may a boat that left from Suara in Libya capsized off the Tunisian coast, sixteen survivors who were rescued by fishermen reported that fifty nine have died. Most of them were Bangladeshi there a day after that. There was also another boat that had departed we believe according to testimonies from the migrants from the same location and the boat arrived Tunis there were no casualties and the migrants disembarked in Tunisia. What can the international community do what should the international community? Do. What's the message from Iowa? We think there's an urgent need to find legal and safe pathway. As for migrants or asylum seekers to reach their destinations. We believe that Libya is not a safe port than there for migrants should not be turned from C to Libya the death toll after the incident on Friday in the central Mediterranean has risen to three hundred and sixteen since the beginning of this year. And we consider that that's an alarming number.
News in Brief 22 April 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations, the UN special Representative Libya and head of the UN mission in the country. Well, Gus on salami is continuing his efforts to try and deescalate military action in and around the capital Tripoli. The commander of the self-styled Libyan national army began an offensive to try and take the Libyan capital from forces backing the UN recognized government more than two weeks ago. Here's UN spokespersons to Fantasia wreak. We've correspondents in New York on Monday. Mr. Salam as progress he met with Tunisian foreign minister Cammie Gina we in Tunis with whom he discussed developments related to the clashes in southern Tripoli both asserted that the UN facilitated political process is the ideal in only way to solve the Libyan crisis. According to the UN office, coordinating humanitarian affairs, ocher thousands of civilians refugees and migrants during trapped in conflict -ffected areas. Unable to flee either because of fighting with attention and a statement released on Monday, ocher said that medical teams were working relentlessly to evacuate and. Care for people wounded in the conflict through the Tripoli flash. Appeal the humanitarian communities urgently called for ten point two million dollars to continue providing lifesaving relief, adding that humanitarian needs in Libya rapidly, increasing while funding levels remain, low traditional knowledge is at the core of indigenous identity culture and heritage the chair of the UN permanent forum on indigenous issues said at the annual launch event on Monday stressing that it must be protected and nor GAM who is a member of Finland Sami parliament and head of these semi councils human rights unit said the forum offers an opportunity to share innovations and practices developed an indigenous communities over centuries and millennia indigenous peoples live in some ninety countries represent five thousand different cultures and speak an overwhelming majority of the world's estimated six thousand seven hundred languages and while they make up less than six percent of the global population. Indigenous people account for fifteen percent of the world's poorest. According to the forum, MS no GAM encouraged, all Member States to. Keep children connected to their indigenous culture and community stressing that these languages enabled us to protect our traditional knowledge. Three top United Nations officials will visit Bangladesh late this week to highlight the need for supporting the humanitarian needs of almost a million ranger refugees. Now living in the country. The UN announced the visit of High Commissioner for refugees or UNHCR Filippo Grandi, the direct to Germany of the migration agency IOM Antonio Vitorino and the UN relief chief Mark Lowcock head of ocher. In a statement released on Monday in the capital Dakar, the delegation will hold talks with senior government officials, and then travelled to Cox's Bazar to meet refugees assess preparations under way ahead of the monsoon season. And visit UN support projects. The aim of visit to highlight the need to continue strong international support while solutions can be found for the safe dignified return of Hingis to me and more. Matt wells, UN news.
"tunis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You come into world, you're innocent. Or you're not innocent when you came into the world. By the trouble was you had intuition. You had everything you need from the God has given it to to. To give you. Redemption. Into a Tunis leads to intention. Retention. I should've said as me. Another was you are overcome your sickness and seizes all disappear. If you could understand pool. But you all come into world with pool because when you come into the world, you got the mother. Was the extension of your mother for her mother. And her mother grandmother was extension of her all the way back to paradise lost. Every woman is eve, and every woman is the son of eve, which seemed to be strange. Another of us God made man and then fell in puss pulled into. Mess any bigger half, animal and half human. And the reason why you have anxiety because you have our part animal and part Uman when when when a female animal intimidates. The male is normal. There's no spiritual in it. But is something spiritual in humans. We're part animal part human and the part of part of the problem. You have.
Chinese spacecraft lands on the far side of the moon
"Probe. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. Almost nine years after being abandoned in the Indian Ocean. A yacht belonging to a teenage round the world, sailors turned up off of southern Australia. Be Sunderland set her heart. Skip to beats when she was told her old boat wild is it being found on New Year's Eve by a Tunis spotting play. Kangaroo island in South Australia. It was floating upside down and encrusted with barnacles. It's mass snap tall in the wild weather that ended the American sailors ambitious world record attempts in two thousand and ten. She was sixteen the time. Australian officials say the stricken yards will only be salvaged. If it's a hazard to other vessels. And that is correspondent Phil Mercer reporting. Shares of apple tumbling in early trading after the tech giant issued a rare cut to its revenue forecast who the weakness in
After Starwood Data Breach, Marriott And Customers Face Costly Headaches
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything the question and answer website quarter is the latest company to report a data breach. The site says hackers may have accessed the data of one hundred million users when companies reveal massive data breaches like this. As Mary did with its Starwood properties last week. It's hard to pinpoint who stole what? And how that data was used because of that companies and their customers face a whole lot of expensive headaches. Here's NPR's Yuki Noguchi after data-breach companies undertake massive cleanup efforts to try to patch up at security and alert customers cybersecurity experts. Call this remediation Aviva lighten a cybersecurity analyst with Gardner says such costs vary. It can rain. From ten to one hundred fifty dollar a record stolen, depending on how many millions of records were stalling at half a billion affected. Guess Marriott's breach is one of the largest in recent history. It's also likely to face tens of millions of euros in penalties from new EU privacy laws that took effect this year apart from that light and says Mary out will have to pay for expensive upgrades to its security an additional fees and fines to credit card companies. But how effective are these efforts? Many experts say not very Nick Marino says director of cybersecurity in data protection at the government accountability office. I think the remediation can be pretty don't challenging not at least I think I can safely say Marino's wrote a recent report on the aftermath of last year's data breach. At equifax the credit reporting company. They're hackers stole personal information of nearly one hundred fifty million people many had to freeze their credit the cost equifax has topped four hundred million dollars to date, and this doesn't even. Clued extensive legal costs or fines. Marino says it's hard to trace incidents of fraud to a specific data breach in part because there have been so many over the years one thing that we talk about often with some of these breaches as the fact that if you take the data that was stolen from one breach combined with the data that's out there from different breaches. You know, a lot about an individual and use that information to carry out fraud. This situation has companies scrambling to protect themselves Marriott. For example, says it's trying to gauge what it cybersecurity insurance will cover but consumer advocates complain most of the cleanup falls to individual consumers who have to cancel credit cards, change passwords or monitor their credit, Mike lit with consumer group US per supports congressional proposals akin to the new European statute that would increase fines for data breaches one way to offset. These costs would be to actually make the investments on the front end John Tunis agrees. He's a class action. Attorney who? Old suit against Mary out the same day, it revealed its breach data breach litigation is gonna cost companies to want to avoid getting suit in a void regulatory scrutiny. So they're going to begin to spend more money on keeping information safe. But safety is an elusive constantly shifting goal. Even among companies that prioritize it Sean Joyce is head of cybersecurity and privacy at Price Waterhouse Coopers. He says cybercriminals have become harder to detect and defeat. It really looking at implementing box and complicated. Exploits that they're developing using machine learning joy says it's countries like North Korea that are driving the demand for hack data and their objected isn't necessarily to access an individual consumers Bank account the reality. He says is that breaches are inevitable. He offers companies this advice bite like heck to protect yourselves. Right. But what I'm saying is be prepared. And then. Have that ability to basically respond to recover quickly? You can do cheat. NPR news, Washington.
Confronting Our Weaknesses
"In our culture. We're inundated with people searching for personal savior and various degrees. While this can allude to religious expiration. It also combines people searching for the perfect diet, the perfect spouse, the magical, spiritual ritual. Anything either give us motivation or fill cement Tunis. We feel. Religious or secular, we can expect a personal savior to correct all of our problems and we can sit back and comfortable surroundings. In pursuits we have for fulfillment. We must take one hundred percent other responsibility in humbling ourselves. And understand that the pad to a complete life is I Billy to expose our greatest. Weaknesses are search for our savior means we don't have to face our weaknesses or rather we'll let the savior do the weakness. While we explore strengths, we do not acknowledge confront weaknesses. We have no strings. How can we grow if we don't ignore our witnesses? Weaknesses, give us a unique ability to overcome the odds. More than we hired our weaknesses. Look for quick ways to fix our weaknesses, so we don't have to deal with them. Have Christians notice. Air pudding, distinct circumstances, but force a confrontation with a weakness. Only we alone can overcome our weaknesses. We have to be humble and corrupting. We have to attack our weaknesses creatively.
"tunis" Discussed on Jocko Podcast
"Oh, that's kinda grew for for a second, but then you jumped in the lake, and then a bunch of people showed up when you were walking down the dock, and everyone is like, oh, shit, like King Arthur walking in Tunis. How. Just like just like walking and I was like, I was standing up on my dog by the cabinet and everyone should say. Remember remember Desi at the factory when when newest Pakalitha there in she came over to me and she's a hick and have some buckle by you were right next door and she she hadn't met you yet nineteen years old. And she listened to the podcast and I was like, yeah, you gotta ash Jaakko or whatever. She's like, oh, I just wanted to house a guy here. He he's right there and she looks behind her and she looks like. Oh. What is so funny and he was we had like two hundred people doing that so that you've got bombarded. It was awesome. Well, I have been hitting the late after after I get out of lake Jaakko in the gym, then I'd moved down to lake echo and gophers swim is awesome. It's been warm to warn people weren't prepped for the shift. Oh, no, I warned them. I know I actually posted like videos in my car of the temperature, Kate, here's the temperature. It's fifty. Five degrees look see here it's going to get colder, and the daytime is going to be eighty or ninety prepare for that. The how people soon. So we're here for jujitsu, not just for swimming in working out, even though that is part of it I want I was wondering about..
Frank Sinatra, Pat Piper and Nancy Sinatra discussed on Ring of Fire Radio
"Nancy sinatra senior frank sinatra's first wife has died correspondent pat piper she was married to the soon to be singer for twelve years and her daughter nancy announced her mother's death in a tweet saying godspeed mama thank you for everything just ten days after divorcing his first wife frank sinatra married actress ava gardner nancy sinatra senior never remarried to live quietly in beverly hills where she died friday at age one hundred one nancy and frank sinatra started dating when they were teens they married nineteen thirty nine at a church in new jersey the malibu california beach house that judy garland once called home has a new owner the cape cod style house was sold for just over three and a half million dollars the home that is set on the sands and they lost tunis beach area was built in nineteen forty seven judy garland lived there with then husband director vincent minnelli i'm ann cates.
"tunis" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"At that fell off the chair well avocados so didn't somebody say who was it that millennials can't buy homes because they're spending too much on things like avocado toast it's twelve bucks to fifteen bucks in some places for pizza toast with avocados yes that never eaten it that's worth it isn't it well i love it so i i do that i bought two avocados last night and i never did that my life but my wife asked me to stop talking about avocados day she asked me to stop at the grocery store and i went to the place around the corner from us and she wanted to and i got to the produce department and i realized i didn't know what they looked like green did you ask somebody what an avocado is things labeled or i think you get bored and very quickly produce departments so i asked the produce guy and i said i covered it a little bit i said well where do you have the avocado and he pointed they were right behind me and and i i never would have picked them out they never would have found him on i had no idea they were that dark green or that size did you feel them up to make sure you got a guy guy gave the avocados a good squeeze oh man they were lovely tunis yeah so apparently the the post by the biscuits for millennials night as stirred up some reaction online they can't find it insulting that's the best part of the millennials actually got offended jeez got blessed that self esteem movement boy yeah i really worked out well well these are stereotypes about millennials and their unfair john that they want free things that only want to do is nap and take selfies and eat avocados well the biscuits sent out another a twitter message says offended feel free to fight your battles i r l you know what that is i know it's millennial code for.
"tunis" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"No place to escape tunis sues the loss time on the left that's one of the cannibalism started more tales of the men in black from casebook on the men in black by jim key september twenty six nineteen sixty seven a woman named shirley saw silver disc like object covering outside the back windows of her home her doorbell rang when surely answered she met an indian woman in a long shimmering black gown hello pat the visitor said with a painfully large grin my name is shirley shirley said against her will i'm sorry i meant surely can i have some salt i need to take a pill shirley brought out a box of salt and handed it to the woman she consumed a handful of salt and forced to pilled on her throat they both watched as the humming from the ufo increased and the ufo took off over the house and into the distance the woman in black left and surely had bouts of intense nausea later that night to men in old tiny black coats and hats pulled up in front of shirley's home she thought they were prese they set up a camera with a massive red light on top of it and took pictures of shirley's home and then they left without turning on their headlights secrets november twenty second nineteen sixty seven the edward christians family and a relative were traveling north of maryville new jersey and saw large fear of light glowing red green and white fall from the sky they called the air force and were heavily questioned about what they saw because they had assumed they had seen a crashed airplane they were interrogated heavily by several different officers who kept calling back through the night january ninth nineteen sixty eight the christian family got a knock on the door seventeen year old connie christian said it was the strangest man i've ever seen does erik christiansen live here i'm from the missing errors bureau mr crinson has inherited some money the man was at least six foot three around three hundred pounds and couldn't fit through the front door he said his friends called him tiny he had a russian for hat a black suit with thin material not suited for the weather his head was shaved but not properly there are patches of hair untouched and his eyes bug out of his skull like thyroid is one of them appearing to be glass he wore very thick soled shoes his pants retu short and when he sat it revealed he had green wire coming out of his sock and going into a brown spot on his leg they asked if he wanted something to eat and he said i motor diet but in ten minutes i'll need glass of water ten minutes of questioning them about specifics of eric's christians body tattoos birthmarks later his face became beet red and he requested the water he took a large yellow pill and he went back to normal and when he left walked out the door hailed a large black nineteen sixty three cadillac that pulled up with no driver and it pulled away with no headlights on secrets of the men in black wow that's great there was also robbie coltrane from nuns on the run very little known fact welcome to the last podcast of the left creepy beginning today's episode i am ben kissel that is mark is and we have the creepy scribe himself henry's browse sqi i am so terrified of my thoughts since doing this this series end the set on there all night i'm having dreams of men in black are you having minimum black dreams marcus they ended i was having remember i had the dream where me and you were interrogating a man in black caroliina slept next to us yeah you told me that one i had a dream last night about another story that i had read about the men in black which was that i woke up to see a large man kissel size in a flannel shirts staring at me with bowl cut at the end of the bed just staring at me and then d materializing honestly that was me from seventeen years ago freshmen in highschool ben kissel whatever he did to you i apologize are you at time cop maybe right everyone we are onto part two of our series about the men in black more can i say this the very beginning okay y'all gonna need open up that mind yours with some brain lube i don't know what it is that you need for me it's a stinky glass of whisky couple edibles big old thick old joint.
"tunis" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"There's no place to escape tunis news the loss time gas on the left that's one of the cannibalism started i'll tell you what man what our generation of rafters they used words the true rappers serious and they had a right shit down or they thought about it think of clever things to say that is why they're mumbling now to save their own s no i don't like the mumble rapper because just namen lint on jeddah bisque i could listen to that ramp thousands of rappers who still use word all all use works mobile it's still a work anyway this bill lamar very good all right this is the last podcast of the left i am ben kissel and i usually say with marcus parks and then we're like inlaws angela's tender is browse but today world together on the west coast marcus parks and henry brask hiller helium man we're here now you're what you're my territory i love it you've been walking so much it's like crazy 'cause it's like a thirty eight minute walk and like ninety second uber right yeah it's very confused you're like a giant drunk michael landon from that old name ship i wanna think jim jim and eric for having me at their house this past sunday for money in the bank and it wasn't deed money in the bed i don't know if there's actually money in that bank it's a briefcase on about big biscuit of big into poc and wow i can't wait for the information we're about to hear this is the end now a lot of times big bursts of gangland violence start off with something small in the case of the two parter it started with the necklace in early summer nineteen ninetysix a blood named trayvon lane have been shopping at a footlocker in the lakewood mall and l a with a couple of fellow gang member does sound like the beginning of romeo and juliet right how because that's how the beginning of romeo and juliet walker again guys i don't recall now romeo and juliet okay all right got it trayvon was wearing a large diamond cut medallion featuring the death row records logo which was a piece of jewelry that should not only gave out to his nearest in dearest can we get that what do you mean like how do we have a diamond budget i don't not yet no soon you on necklaces cool down i wanna claim what does that mean travis yeah that's a good point unfortunately that day the footlocker was also being visited by group of eight crips led by straight up psychopath named orlando anderson who have been arrested for murder earlier that year in addition to being suspect in numerous drive bys how did he get out how do you get arrested for murder earlier in the year like how does that don't you have to stay there for a while i think you could be imagine he got out on bail i don't know the full story i'm not sure about the full story either but yeah plenty times you can be arrested for murder and they don't they can't actually charge you with the murder what happens a lotta times in specific communities like this is that you look like a guy that committed murder and they win and they harass you for many hours and they release you that does happen in this case orlando anderson was definitely the type of guy he was suspected in many many many murders earlier in the year now orlando also happened to be kifah di's nephew who if you'll remember is the.
What Do Trees Eat?
Deadly attack on election HQ as Libyan chaos continues
"Hello i'm marion marshall with the bbc news at least twelve people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in libya the targeted the offices of the electoral commission in the capital tripoli the electoral commission has been registering voters it anticipation of elections that the united nation hopes can be held in libya by the end of the year ronald gerard reports from neighboring tunis this is the deadliest and most elaborate attack of its kind in the libyan capital in at least three years a spokesman from the election commission who also witnessed the attack said at least one of the assailants was a suicide bomber who stormed the building with other militants one blew himself up and others went about setting fire to the building pictures on social and local media showed smoke billowing from the election commission headquarters in tripoli and interior of one part of the building with blown out windows and doors the victims reportedly included employees of the commission and security forces guarding the compound amini as interim prime minister karen carpet yang schooled on the opposition to enter talks on ending the political crisis in the country amid mass antigovernment protests on tuesday his republican party used its parliamentary majority to prevent the protest leader nicole passion yon from becoming prime minister rayon dmitri reports from the capital yerevan their million people are on general strike protesters are back in the streets of yerevan the second and the third largest cities of jewelry and vannatter they're blocking access to government buildings and two major roads in and outside cities schools are shot teachers and the students are out in the streets supporting nicole passion mr bush supporters are defined and want to see him elected because they believe he can lead the country out of economic and political stalemate the european commission is set out details of its test budget for the period after britain leaves the european union it expects to spend more than one and a half trillion dollars over the.
"tunis" Discussed on WJR 760
"To three oh university kevin tunis in and his team of medicare experts we'll continue to educate seniors on medicare options and the potential pitfalls to help you save money and fully understand your coverage once again here's kevin for those of you who are just joining us i am kevin tunis in your host and i'm joined by liam shivers and courtney been shown in on the phone with us we have randy who's asking some pretty good questions and i'm gonna throw you right back in randy what what other questions you have okay i was considering the plan f supplement and was pulled that it's going away but i still wanna buy it should i hurry up and purchase it now since later i won't have access to it well that's a loaded question it's it is going away you can buy it now personally if i was giving you advice i'd say not to but it's certainly something that that you can buy anybody turning sixty five all the way up to december thirty first two thousand nineteen can buy it after that nobody else cam it'll be closed liam i'll i'll let you answer that well i think what's going to happen with you know guess taking a look at what might happen with the plan f in the next couple of years we kind of look at the history here because we look at plan jay that used to exist or no longer being offered it was actually phased out a couple of years ago which had full benefits including home health care and preventative care and then medicare went through a modernization which made those two areas of coverage a benefit with your part b as in boy of your original medicare so basically playing jay was offering redundant benefits and plan.
"tunis" Discussed on KOMO
"Stay connected stay informed komo news sponsored by land rover jaguar bellevue good morning komo news time nine seventeen headlines the russian consulate in seattle among those closing britain's foreign secretary says the coordinated expulsion russian diplomats by the us canada and european nations is quote the largest collective expulsion of russian intelligence officers ever an attorney for trump lawyer michael cohen says his client had nothing to do with an alleged threat made against adult film star stormy daniels lawyer brent blakely says daniels in her lawyer michael benatti made quote falls into famine tori statements and last night's sixty minutes italian authorities are on high alert after their embassy in tunisia received an anonymous letter about a potential terror attack in rome abc's julian mcfarland is following the story spoke with komo's tom hutler julia thanks for being with us sounds very intense for thirties tell us how we got the year and what's going on now talion authorities basically received via the embassy in tunis the capital of tunisia that warned about that unity and mine called at a at left matt lucy now the man in question he is actually in tunisia so it transpires he's no longer sought to be in italy and so they have stood down the search and he is actually being speaking to authorities in tunis he's done interviews and he says that he he sounds outraged he's gay he's threatening to sue anyone who has accused him of being a terrorist so story has ended up being somewhat of a false alarm as far as we know but what we do what we what we can draw from this is that italy is that europe and italy is feeling skittish at the moment on a heightened state of alert and watching out for any possible terrorist threat imagine that was especially heightened yesterday being palm sunday with so many worshippers in rome security is going to be a steppedup during not week not just because of the importance of highly week for the christian calendar say because that will be thousands and thousands of tourists and pilgrims flocking to italy flocking to rome and rome itself has been a specified target of islamic state they have they've frequently said in that propaganda that they are going to invade rome invade the the capital of christendom and of.
"tunis" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Were came going back and in the americans this were is allowed during actually the by the bridge the to end capture of the busier conflict which i when visited it looked like is a a civil is war a northern now port city uh libya looks just north like of tunis a failed but state really on the mediterranean to get to the battlefields tunisia you have however to drive has out not in been i did to drive my reading out from the outside to has near not the algerian been corrupted border where by the violence in the you smuggling drive through human the casarin trafficking pass and in the drugs an into casuarina that are in and the western then part uh of libya that or whole area has it was a very the good evening focus to you of the fighting good evening during world war two and investment is there a sizeable opportunities in tune assists is looking for business elsewhere you know tunis tunisia is going through a difficult period growth over the past two years before two thousand seventeen was about one percent which is not good for a developing country and this year it suspected the pick up to around two and a half percent i'm sorry in in two thousand seventeen is expected to pick up to about two and a half percent but if lation is also rising so inflation is up the seven percent which is its highest i think since the midnineties so they're they're struggling an and one of the most visible industries that you see is the tourism industry but the tourists and employs a lot of people and there's a it it could it has a lot of potential m a drove the economy for a while by the terrorist attacks in two thousand fifteen which were aimed both of them at foreign tourists have really driven away the tourist from from europe and i stayed at a hotel beachfront hotel which was typical of one of the ones that was attacked and the security arrangements were extrordinary i would say uh but once you got inside you know there weren't that many people there were a handful of german pensioners may be looking for cheap deals but you're not not the kind of thing which could drive the economy in the way that it it wants to patrick chovanec silvercrest asset management wandering the earth to report back.
"tunis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Rush investigations that are happening on the hill where do they stand at this point while the house intelligence and senate judiciary committees are mired in kind of partisan battles right now but the senate intelligence committee is moving forward proceeding with what remains a fairly bipartisan effort npr justice correspondent ryan lucas thanks try thank you a government born in protest is facing widespread protest tunisians overthrew dictator into thousand eleven and event that brought on the wider arab spring the seventh anniversary of that moment has arrived with a more democratic government that has left many citizens dissatisfied in recent days protests swept the capital tunis thirties arrested hundreds of protesters so what's driving them into the streets we asked tunisia's ambassador to the united states faisal go of course we lived transition it's huge transition politically socially economically people have very high expectations beyond cut abilities of a country on the government actually the government has many limitations one of the things that people want that the government is unable to deliver mostly jobs more than 60 of the populations and the 30 and the government is providing these young men and women with education education tunisia's free from the kindergarten to university and once they graduate they are seeking also jobs from the government and the government because of the comic situation not only in the country but also in the region is not able to provide all these young people with chops this has been a problem in egypt other arab countries could meant so many so many countries are suffering from the same problem but i think this is a very good said it's an opportunity for tunisia because once the economy's back to normal we have a real human capital that you can use for tunisia development we're told that there is also a very specific objection to specific government decisions that tunisia owes money to the international monetary fund and and to help pay that that taxes have been raised not really this is not the truth of course we have some commitments with the imf back the government is adjusting its economy and its finance the increase is very slight i'll give you an example there was some increases in gasoline i'll tell you when gas prices go up in the united states many people complain about your life it's only five cents but of course the.
"tunis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Russians and we're not going to let him be the final forty on that we're going to let mr muller tell us whether or not this campaign colluded with the russians and i will do everything i can to make sure that mr muller does his job but there's other things about the department of justice in this investigation that bother me greatly and i think we need a special council the look at those things how does a second special counsel right now somehow not be come disruptive to mr muller's ability to do his job i don't think mr mollar can look at mr stroke struck i can't remember the gentlemen's name but they guy who's in charge of the clinton email investigation was fired by mr mollar because we discovered emails between mr struck and miss lazlo it doesn't it makes you feel better about mr mollar that he fired all it does die broaded out of solely came some rightwing conspiracy absolutely it makes me feel good about mr mollar but it does it make me feel good about mr struck here's what one of the emails said tunis lacey was riding i want to believe the path you throughout for consideration in andy's office that there's no way he gets elected but i'm afraid we can't take that risk is like an insurance policy and the unlike lee a vet you die before your forty this is the guy in charge of investigating clinton who called trump an idiot when you look at those emails he had a political bias against trump but i wanna know who was let me nathan his office i wanna know did this fbi agent bill like he had to take the law and his own hands and prayed an insurance policy against an outcome of an election he now of liked do you think it was a political bias how do you know it wasn't something that he had found in his investigation i want to know what the insurance policy was he was fired by mr muller correctly but i don't think the department of justice can investigate themselves missed or the number four guy the department of justice why work for fusion gps the group that produced the dossier did mr or interact with mr steele if he did that's a conflict of interest during.
"tunis" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"They still in office now this came from uh i wonder if they even know the genesis of this taking in these they call it crack horse taken any they take tunis americans don't take knees with regard to the national anthem or or pledge of allegiance now i wonder if they know that this whole thing started over black lives matter do they know that now you can if you get tired that together something's wrong at black lives matter started over one of the biggest lies in history of mankind based on ally stirred apply now it was used as a vehicle as this is being used as a vehicle by the revolutionary communist party of america by the socialist party of america being used by them beautifully hammond's been orchestrated beautifully using 'useful idiots and protester wannabes who i think that they're important they have something to say of importance and the that's what this is being used being used as an used by now by the way if you don't know this i am talking to the city council members i'm not sure they listen to this program i'm not sure they're even aware of the station but the fact of the matter is in the people's republic of ann arbor you are not only just blessed your spoiled and i was pretty cool tunnel or so much here so mr ville yourself of how dare you turn your back on that's exactly what you're knowing nothing more nothing less you're turning your back on it not supporting it and while you sit down at your city council meeting after after you've turn your back on america by kneeling and turning your back on the pledge of allegiance then i guess you feel comfortable getting busy trying to bring about the.
"tunis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Imagine your happily married with two children in then this member lagos yesterday certain in because i was taken the kids to drive subaru's by the way flowers for valentine's day and we were pulling back into her in her house was lewis on his sixty stolen cars we had fallen asleep taken out of car kersee and he goes into having the seizure and i've never seen beautiful the news nonresponse of after i didn't know what was happening and he was breathing but he wasn't responsible for seizure so i called sister who's it position and she's miric somebody who is an emergency position cold her and then i gotta under the soon with her thenfiancee man and he said you've taken to the hospital rush uh good old is he had a series of seizures over a hundred of them in the hospital over this such good five weeks it he was hospitalized and would it turned out to be was a viral infection or the virus across cross look brain barrier in tunis of orissa soon and the brain and central nervous system defence mechanism bigots buyers then fortunately lives but it came away with damage from that from that virus twos break you've been listening to tony movement in indian immigrant who came to the united states at two years old now a vice president of fidelity investments charitable arm managing assets of over one billion dollars not bad for and immigrant hand he's helped his shoe three point six billion and charitable donations and that's just over the last year alone is work vote didn't start at fidelity you might be surprised by where onis career began actually spent a few years after scored five years after a graduate from college and the restaurant and catering industry it was a defect when my son was born i was working as those managing kosher catering company in in cincinnati oh wait a minute and indian hedging a kosher up we wanna make sure i heard there right the people that owned that that company i was a i was friends with and their daughter was manager for them and shoot move to colorado and you're looking for some but it might be fun but then when sony's or 1997 a neither do something oregon earned more money and stab oregon weekends and and that kind of thing and.
"tunis" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"That is growing very quickly thought tunis with bloomberg intelligence is with me now in eric whose market share is this taking you're going to be a big deal to advisors i mean your average adviser probably targets one percent a report of robo either automated advisers were hurt twenty five to thirty basis points we'll here's what vanguard is doing it thing we're going to get human advice but her robo heat of thirty basis points that quiet big deal and you have a the trend were swabbing grand guard who are getting squeezed on cod from advisers are actually going after that and looking to operated by than vanguard done well in terms of of dominating industry into that why it going in it particularly interesting and how big is it brady to eighty three billion dollars in two years pretty quick vanguard as it bill clin client base and a reputation that it can help it a lot so thanks erica van guard entering this advisory services to couple of years ago and growing very quickly with the bloomberg etf report i'm julie hainan all right you're listening to bloomberg markets on this thursday cal nasa cory johnson we just tablets in headlines about facebook saying it will give congress information on the political adds that were paid for by rush sins to try to cut out get rid of some discord ahead of the us presidential election last year are they did are tried to create if he loved discord outlets being a max chaff can who writes that technology a bloomberg business week columnist and in fact this week this week the cover is about mark zuckerberg and facebook's pacific lay first of all your reaction max to this news so we we kind of had a hindi this is comey because because he's coming back from paternity leave and because this had been hanging over facebook basically for.
"tunis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Here we are from the uae in the tunis adam's rib the savage nation i guess i could do the regular stuff trump said this china's said that north korea did there's mexico did that i'm not doing it not interested you get anywhere you you you scanned the media landscape you get that in three seconds all of it so what's the point of being on radio to do the same thing that they do at city like i invented it's i'd rather do it i'm interested in that seoul which is what i've been doing for twenty two years march twenty four th will be much when he third year on the radio godwilling so only the beginnings only a quarter of a century of for a retired from i of the career but that's only a quarter of a century is like a new career a quarter of a century of a new career no think about that one that's amazing and i'm still here well whatever trump even thinking about that though i think i'd like to do like a wall to win she'll show once a week that soldiers once a week one hour captivate my whole audience but you know the thing is is that the world is change even in the media so you do one out all its knock to you can't bonnet ties that so you don't do it for the money doing it was for less money well we don't have the format for one hour a week we have three hour blocks for talkers even if they just drivel but three hours long that's the way it is so i want as an hour i want an hour on on all the stations in the country i'm thinking about that would be different let me see if i could walk to winch with than he did this you don't know who he is what he's in a national radio hall of fame as i am i which is a great honour incidentally i never talk about it but it's a great honour especially for me because it was voted upon by listeners not handed to me by a closeddoor meeting by industry insiders who gave it to people because that's the way it is done but the thing is in my case they open to listen is and i won which is a real big deal so the.
"tunis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It has been restored to its former glory by a group of local enthusiasts the site is in an isolated spots near the city of border loss and it has kept its english name sad hill from the original movie the documentary is called sad hill on earth i in the town of saleh's tillerson fantis members of the sad hill cultural association meet these volunteers to be working on the cemetry since 2015 painstakingly excavating the site uncovering paving stones that were buried on the grass they will say they put up hundreds of wooden crosses to replicate the tunis at the original movie to help fund olis' sponsors from around the world have paid 15yearold each to have their names put on the crosses it's a project which is united people young and old domingo contrary address is a local priest is a twenty year old hit he was high as a harmonica playing extra in the good the bad and the ugly at perito kiss ten of you may say on this restoration project the served a gold medal anything which motivates people to get out of the house on learn you've seen his good guys mainly to an even like movies but if you have to seoul of a poet or an artist been displays will listen to her something endured i eat this past tytler sentimental i'm standing in the middle of sad hill cemetry on the boiling some afternoon now looks exactly like it did in the good the bad and the ugly all around me a wooden crosses put out by the volunteers who have restored the site and there's even the famous grey from the film marked unknown or the gold is buried when i was driving to.