24 Burst results for "Turkish Coast"

"turkish coast" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the united nations refugee convention a landmark treaty that established the obligations that countries have to people fleeing persecution. A core principle is nonrefoulement. That migrants should not be returned to a country where they faced serious threat of persecution. But in recent years the refugee convention has become perhaps the least popular treaty in the rich world in two thousand fifteen millions of asylum seekers many fleeing the civil war in syria tried to reach europe in any way they could men women and children. The beach is covered in life jackets and the remains of rubber boats relentless waves of people washing up on the shores of greece news reports were flooded with images of people making a desperate and often deadly journey arriving. It's a gateway to europe. Boats packed with migrants and refugees. Continue to land on the shores of the greek island of last balls oats packed with migrants and refugees. The law makes a sharp distinction between the two the difference between seeking shelter and simply seeking a better life. That's a hugely politicised question in america. Where president joe biden faced a slow burn crisis from his first day in office. Yesterday the biden administration said it would speed up. Its work through the backlog of asylum claims as well as its work deporting. Those who don't qualify and in britain where in the past week record numbers of migrants attempted to make the crossing from france. The home secretary spoke of patients that is thinning asylum systems that cost taxpayers over a billion pounds. A year enough of da's arriving illegally on our shores directed by organized crime gangs seventy years after the treaties founding the world is creating more and more refugees even as fewer and fewer governments have the appetite to protect them.

europe biden administration brooke unger united states syria joe biden greece stalin da britain turkey france mexico cova eu Nayed italy biden Trump turkish coast guard
"turkish coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Team's continuing to search through concrete blocks and debris of eight collapsed buildings in search of survivors. After Friday's earthquake in Izmir, Turkey's third largest city, onlookers cheered as rescuers pulled two women from a collapsed building 17 hours after the quake. Tremors were also felt as far away as Istanbul and Athens. A 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of Samos. Around three PM local time. At least two dozen people were killed nearly 800 people injured. There are also reports of multiple buildings collapsing and significant flooding as well. Meantime, Turkish officials continue to urge people to stay off the streets unless absolutely necessary after earlier reports of severe traffic congestion. Following that major earthquake. Armenia's leader, urging Russia to consider providing security assistance to end more than a month of fighting over Nagorno Karabakh. AP Sarah Bassett. The request came after more than a month of fighting in which Azerbaijani troops forged into the separatist territory. Russia has a military base in Armenia and has signed a pact obliging to protect its ally. But the request puts Russia in a precarious position. Joining the fighting may risk an open conflict with Turkey were refusing to offer protection to Armenia's ally would dent Moscow's prestige. No gonna Cara back lies within Azerbaijan. It has been controlled by ethnic Armenian forces since the war ended there in 1994, I'm Sarah Basses. Countdown.

Armenia Russia Turkey Sarah Basses Sarah Bassett Izmir Azerbaijan Tremors Istanbul Athens Moscow
"turkish coast" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KCRW

"Compensation is not $1, as had been previously reported. It specifies a lump sum of $1000 but slowly says he does not intend to submit invoices. Sidney Lumpkin NPR news Kyle Riton house is now in Wisconsin, waiting to stand trial on murder charges connected with the shooting deaths this summer of two demonstrators in Kenosha. The 17 year old was extradited from his home state of Illinois yesterday. Authorities say he came with a militia to stop protests sparked by the police shooting of a black man this summer. Rittenhouse is attorney says the prosecution of his client is quote political, but black lives matter. Activists. Clyde McLemore disagrees. There's nothing political about killing people There's never time to kill is never. He's a murderer. Rittenhouse is case has become a rallying point among some conservatives. Sean Connery, Scottish actor best known for playing James Bond, has died. He was 90. Connery set the standard for inhabiting the role of double 07, beginning in 1962 and reprising the role several times in the film franchise. You're listening to NPR news. In Turkey. Rescue crews are digging through concrete rubble in the city of Izmir. They're looking for survivors of yesterday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports at least 27 people were killed and some 800 were injured. The US Geological Survey put the epicenter of the strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea off the Turkish coast and near the Greek island of Samos. In his mayor. Onlookers cheered his rescuers lifted survivors from the rubble of collapsed apartment buildings. The earthquake generated small tsunamis that flooded streets in Izmir and in a harbor town on some owes the quake was felt down the Aegean coast and in Istanbul. Hundreds of aftershocks rumbled through the region. Turkey's president and the Greek prime minister exchanged condolences and offers of help. In 1999, a powerful earthquake hit northwestern Turkey. The official death toll was 17,000, but some claimed the actual number was higher. Peter Kenyan NPR.

Rittenhouse Clyde McLemore Sean Connery Izmir Turkey NPR James Bond US Aegean Sea Sidney Lumpkin Peter Kenyan Kenosha Wisconsin Illinois murder Aegean Kyle Riton Istanbul attorney
In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

In Turkey, a Frantic Rescue Effort After a Deadly Earthquake

"Crews are digging through concrete rubble in the city of Izmir. They're looking for survivors of yesterday's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. NPR's Peter Kenyan reports at least 27 people were killed and some 800 were injured. The US Geological Survey put the epicenter of the strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea off the Turkish coast and near the Greek island of Samos. In his mayor. Onlookers cheered his rescuers lifted survivors from the rubble of collapsed apartment buildings. The earthquake generated small tsunamis that flooded streets in Izmir and in a harbor town on some owes the quake was felt down the Aegean coast and in Istanbul. Hundreds of aftershocks rumbled through the region. Turkey's president and the Greek prime minister exchanged condolences and offers of help.

Izmir Aegean Sea United States Aegean Peter Kenyan NPR Prime Minister Istanbul Turkey President Trump
"turkish coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tested positive for Covad. Most of them were asymptomatic. The study, conducted back in May, looked at the risk grocery store workers faced of 104 employees that were tested 20% testing positive of those positive cases. Three quarters of them were asymptomatic meeting those workers could spread the virus. Without even knowing it. Five or six, a retired mass state trooper convicted in the widespread overtime fraud scheme is stripped of his pension. The Globe reports that the state retirement Board Voted to take away former trooper Paul Sissons pension that would have paid him nearly $80,000 a year for the rest of his life. He's the first trooper in the scandal to lose his pension. Citizen does get to keep the his $108,000 that he personally contributed to his pension plan. Are you listening to sounds of the cleanup That's underway today in western Turkey this after a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck yesterday, killing at least 20 people, injuring nearly 800 others. In addition to collapsing several buildings in that area. The earthquake struck yesterday afternoon centered between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos. And time now for Bloomberg business. The first three days of this week wiped out Wall Street's gains for the entire month of October. And we wrap up October on this Friday with the Dow's biggest one week and one month losses since March. For the day that I was off 157 points to 26,005 01. The Dow lost 6.5% for the weak the S and P 500 Down 1.2%. Today, the NASDAQ fell almost 2.5%. The technology giants fell harder than most from Apple. We got news of falling iPhone sales over the summer due to the delayed iPhone 12 launch.

asymptomatic Covad Turkey fraud Paul Sissons Bloomberg Apple The Globe
"turkish coast" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on WTOP

"He continued strain on local healthcare systems is significant. They're recommending people not gather with more than 10 people to stay physically distant and always wear a mask whenever possible. That is Chris Shuler of W. F R V. R V. TV. Wisconsin was the site of one battleground state rally Friday for President Trump Michigan. Another He looked both past the pandemic and to the past before it hit. I'm delivering the great American come back. That's what we're doing. We've built way built the greatest economy in the history of the world. Rest. Unemployment numbers Best everything. We had 160 million people employed. We would never even close to that number. Democrat Joe Biden was a bit further south in the Midwest somewhat unexpectedly, making a kind of every man pitch in Iowa about time. The guy we're gonna graduate from a state university is able to sit in the Oval Office. Because if I'm sitting there you will be to yet more news from Wisconsin. Kyle Riton house is back there. Now. He's the 17 year old from Illinois, accused of killing two demonstrators in Kenosha now extradited back in a very politically charged case. Attorneys argued that there were issues with the extradition documents, saying they were not valid because the charging documents were not sworn by a magistrate. Lake County State's attorney argued that with a warrant from Illinois Governor J. B Pritzker and other documents that they had what they needed to extradite Riton House to Wisconsin. In the end, the judge sided with the state's attorney's office. Britney Lewis of WDBJ TV shooting of a black man by Washington state authorities threatening to increase tensions again or on Portland, Oregon. Protesters there have been clashing repeatedly. With right wing groups. In one of the last cases in the college admission scandal that has involved celebrity sister Lori Laughlin reported to a low security federal prison in California. She's serving a two month sentence, Lachlan and her husband admitted paying half a million dollars in bribes. To get their daughters into USC while posing as growing recruits. CBS News correspondent Nora O'Donnell at least 27 that's are now blamed on a big earthquake that hit near the Turkish coast on a Greek island in the G and seem this is CBS News..

Wisconsin Riton House Chris Shuler Oval Office Illinois CBS Lake County State Lori Laughlin Joe Biden Nora O'Donnell attorney Michigan Midwest Kenosha President USC Lachlan Governor J. B Pritzker Iowa
"turkish coast" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Strong earthquake Friday morning in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast in the Greek island. Of Sam owes killed 19 people and injured more than 700. Amid collapsed buildings and flooding. Seismologists say the earthquake had a magnitude of 6.9. It was centered in the Aegean. W GM Sports Big 10 football Later this afternoon, Northwestern Visiting Iowa pregame comes your way. A two o'clock kickoff to 30 with David and Ted Al Brecht on 7 20. W g, N and W g on radio dot com. Get the forecast now from the deputy clear calling Rawson for the rest of the overnight alot 31 degrees. It'll here temps ranging from 33 in the loop to 28 in the suburbs later today, mostly sunny, breezy, a mild on this Halloween 2020 high 56 with south winds. At 12 to 28 gusting to 38. Later tonight or Saturday night. We're looking for partly cloudy skies, windy conditions with a low 35. But temps will remain around 50 degrees during the evening hours on Sunday mainly cloudy, windy and much colder and afternoon high of only 39 northwest winds of 20 to 30 gusting to 44. Mostly signing on Monday. Cool 47 things begin to warm up on Election Day Sunny, milder 57. The warmth will continue through most of next week. Wednesday's outlook sunshine and mild with a high of 64. From the WG and weather Center. My camera, Nick, Here's your temperatures. 35 Odo here. 30 Foreign Midway 38 at the lakefront and 32 in Romeoville. I'm Steve Ruxton on Chicago's very own 7 20. W g N Does this place look haunted? No, I don't think so. What about those two creepy girls Come stain a pass. Truly frightening. You know, it's really BC, not a diverse great service You get 24 7 accessorizing stagings..

Aegean Sea Seismologists Ted Al Brecht Steve Ruxton Romeoville Sam Greek island Rawson GM weather Center Iowa Northwestern Nick football David Chicago
"turkish coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Rattle parts of Turkey and Greece today, leaving at least 19 people dead and injuring more than 700. The tremor knocked down buildings and triggered a small tsunami. Chaos as buildings collapsed in Turkey's third largest city is mere panicked residents fled into the streets. Paramedics rushed to treat the injured and crews worked furiously to pull out those trapped. Beneath the wreckage. Hundreds of people were hurt and dozens had to be rescued. I thought that the ground was shattered. You can't think at that moment are you trying to do is get out everywhere was collapsing down really panicked, managed to get out at the very last minute. The earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of some O's in the early afternoon local time. The shock wave sent a small tsunami into a coastal district near Izmir, triggering flooding in the streets and the earthquake could be felt as far away as Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul, some 300 miles from Izmir. And in Greece's capital Athens. Seismologist predict the shallow depth of the quakes epicenter could lead to aftershocks for several weeks or even a month.

Izmir Turkey Aegean Sea Seismologist Hurricane Zeta Greece Istanbul Athens Greek island Louisiana Australia Georgia Mississippi
Deadly earthquake strikes near Greek islands, Turkish coast

PBS NewsHour

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Deadly earthquake strikes near Greek islands, Turkish coast

"Rattle parts of Turkey and Greece today, leaving at least 19 people dead and injuring more than 700. The tremor knocked down buildings and triggered a small tsunami. Chaos as buildings collapsed in Turkey's third largest city is mere panicked residents fled into the streets. Paramedics rushed to treat the injured and crews worked furiously to pull out those trapped. Beneath the wreckage. Hundreds of people were hurt and dozens had to be rescued. I thought that the ground was shattered. You can't think at that moment are you trying to do is get out everywhere was collapsing down really panicked, managed to get out at the very last minute. The earthquake struck in the Aegean Sea between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of some O's in the early afternoon local time. The shock wave sent a small tsunami into a coastal district near Izmir, triggering flooding in the streets and the earthquake could be felt as far away as Turkey's biggest city, Istanbul, some 300 miles from Izmir. And in Greece's capital Athens. Seismologist predict the shallow depth of the quakes epicenter could lead to aftershocks for several weeks or even a month.

Turkey Izmir Greece Seismologist Aegean Sea Istanbul Athens Greek Island
"turkish coast" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Increase by minimum estimate, a 75% increase in our total testing capacity here in the state of California, Newsom says the lab laws to bring down the cost of PCR tests from 150 a piece too. 30 Bucks apiece. 14 people have been killed and hundreds more have been hurt during a magnitude 6.9 earthquake in the agency between the Turkish coast on the Greek island of Semos, a small tsunami hitting area south of the Turkish city of Izmir, and seawater flooded streets. At least 70 people were rescued from damaged buildings. A prosecutor in Connecticut, says Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel will not face the second trial for the murder of a teenage neighbor in Greenwich 45. Years ago, Martha Moxley was beaten with a golf club and stabbed in the throat throat in 1975. She was last seen at the Skakel home before her body was found on her family's property. State's attorney Richard Cho, Angelo Jr. Says too much time has passed to proceed with another prosecution. We determined that there was again 51 potential witnesses. And 17 of them are deceased. Skakel was convicted of murder in 2002 and served 11 years in prison, but a judge overturned his conviction in 2013, Martha's brother, John says he doesn't think Skakel is the devil. I think that he did something and offended, jealous rage. Prosecutors have theorized that Skakel killed Moxley after she rejected his romantic advances from the Southern California Toyota Dealers Traffic Center. We make it easy crash on the 10 in Pomona. He's found 10 at the 57 with the two left lanes remain close. Things were pretty jammed up overall, back around Vincent as you make the right into the long beach area instead of the forest by the cherry earlier crash, their planes the things you start picking up behind that, But the staff outside will be slow from aboutthe 105 often on the Studebaker, then again from Golden west on over to brokers. As to make of the writings. Mission Viejo stop outside of the five Freeway just beyond Oso Parkway Fresh you're being moved out of the far right lane. But being backed about Irvine coming away from Big Parkway for about five minutes. Slow as well from Jeffrey out, 22. If I hand this guy helps get you there faster. I'm Jalen Gary. I really want to refine my million dollar mortgage. Any suggestions? But it's your lucky day today only as loans up to $2 million with a 30 year fixed rate of 2.875% 2.9598 PR. Really? Yeah. They're crazy. Jumbo 30 year fixed money at 2.75% 2.9598 pr Gary. That jumbo.

Michael Skakel Martha Moxley Skakel Jalen Gary California prosecutor murder Izmir Bucks Oso Parkway Newsom Semos Richard Cho Irvine attorney Vincent Jeffrey Pomona Connecticut Angelo Jr
"turkish coast" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on AP News

"President Trump flipped four years ago. Biden says he's not worried about possibly losing in Minnesota. I'm not concerned. We're gonna be in Iowa. We're going in Wisconsin, so I thought I'd stop in Minnesota. Don't take anything for granted. We're gonna work for every single vote up the last minute. President Trump is staying positive about his chances in the final days, your devotion and your drive. We are going to keep on working. We are going to keep on fighting and we are going to keep on winning. Winning winning Associated Press tally shows people in Texas have already cast more ballots in this presidential election than they did during all of 2016. Citywide restrictions are in effect in Paris, people jammed the roads ahead of France's locked down to slow the spread of the Corona virus, and there was only a sprinkling of people hurrying along city sidewalks. The government says consumers increased their spending by 1.4% in September, a modest gain but far less than the big increases. In late spring. A strong earthquake struck between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of Sal, most collapsing several buildings in Turkey's western province and leaving at least four people dead. A prosecutor in Connecticut says Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel will not face a second trial in the killing of Martha Moxley. 45 years ago, Skakel was convicted of murder in 2000 to a judge in Connecticut over Turn that conviction. This is AP News. Ah Big honor for Baby Yoda. Ah, Painting the man DeLorean and the child is on display at London's National Portrait Gallery. The man DeLorean is a new Syriza spinoff of Star Wars. Jessica Litwin is with the Portrait Gallery commission is to tell stories of British people who are achieving great things in the work that they do or in their life. And so we as a result of fantastic Portrait's in the collection of people who have been involved in the Star Wars franchise. Disney's look, Bradley Jones says.

President Trump DeLorean Minnesota Michael Skakel Biden National Portrait Gallery Jessica Litwin Connecticut Iowa Associated Press Wisconsin Paris AP Sal Turkey prosecutor Texas Disney Bradley Jones
"turkish coast" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on AP News

"For states like Iowa, which President Trump flipped four years ago. Biden says he's not worried about possibly losing in Minnesota. I'm not concerned. We're gonna be in Iowa. We're going man with caution stop in Minnesota. Don't take anything for granted. We're gonna work for every single vote up the last minute. President Trump is staying positive about his chances in the final days, your devotion and your drive. We are going to keep on working. We are going to keep on fighting and we are going to keep on winning. Winning with Associated Press tally shows people in Texas have already cast more ballots in this presidential election than they did during all of 2016. Citywide restrictions are in effect in Paris, people jammed the roads ahead of France's locked down to slow the spread of the Corona virus, and there was only a sprinkling of people hurrying along city sidewalks. The government says consumers increased their spending by 1.4% in September, a modest gain but far less than the big increases. In late spring, A strong earthquake struck between the Turkish coast and the Greek island of Samos, collapsing several buildings in Turkey's western province and leaving at least four people dead. A prosecutor in Connecticut says Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel will not face a second trial in the killing of Martha Moxley. 45 years ago, Skakel was convicted of murder in 2000 to a judge in Connecticut over Turn that conviction. This is AP News. Ah Big honor for Baby Yoda. Ah, Painting the man DeLorean and the child is on display at London's National Portrait Gallery. The man DeLorean is a new Syriza spinoff of Star Wars. Jessica Litwin is with the Portrait Gallery commission is to tell stories of British people who are achieving great things in the work that they do or in their life. And so we as a result of fantastic Portrait's in the collection of people who have been involved in the Star Wars franchise. Disney's look, Bradley Jones.

President Trump DeLorean Iowa Minnesota Michael Skakel Biden National Portrait Gallery Jessica Litwin Connecticut Samos Associated Press Paris AP Turkey prosecutor Texas Disney Bradley Jones France
"turkish coast" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Game is here. W Chattanooga Room. ABC News I'm Michelle Franzen the map to victory shifting in this presidential race with candidates on the move across key Midwest states today. President Trump in Michigan this hour at a rally in Waterford Township, north of Detroit. Four days from now we're going to win this state on we're going going to win for more great years in the White House, the president is circling back to states. He won in 2016 rival Joe Biden, also campaigning in Michigan. Later today, with stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, first nationwide, more than 80 million Americans have cast ballots and early voting in Arizona. It's the final day of early voting before Election Day. Isis shattering voting record new data released Friday morning shows more than nine million have already voted in the state of Texas. With voters across Houston Area County smashing all time records. Harris County Clerk Chris Holland's revealing the county has now surpassed the entire voter turnout from 2016. The election is still four days away, maybe season Terra ABC News Washington A third wave of Corona virus cases expanding its grip on the majority of states across the US hospitalizations, also surging in 41 states. In Turkey. At least 14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in Izmir, Turkey's third largest city. Full House actress Lori Laughlin reported the prison today. Lori Laughlin began serving a two month prison sentence for her role in the college admissions cheating scheme. She wasn't due to report to prison until next month, but prosecutors agreed she could begin serving her time sooner, provided she does not seek early release. Auckland surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California after she pleaded guilty to paying a bribe to get her daughter's into USC is recruits for the crew team. ABC is Aaron Carter ski, You're listening to A B. It's supposed to be the time.

Lori Laughlin President Trump Houston Area County ABC Turkey Michigan Michelle Franzen W Chattanooga Room Harris County Joe Biden Aegean Sea president Waterford Township White House Izmir Chris Holland Texas
Quake strikes Turkish coast and Greek island, killing 14

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Quake strikes Turkish coast and Greek island, killing 14

"At least 14 people are dead more than 400 injured after this morning's strong earthquake in western Turkey, CBS's lane cause there were reports of people trapped underneath the rubble as dozens of buildings collapsed in the earthquake measured at 6.6 on the Richter scale. A strong quake hit Turkey's western Izmir province, a major tourism destination on the Greek island of Samos, Turkish officials said. The epicenter walls at sea, they've warned people to stay away from buildings under the coastline in case of after

Turkey Samos CBS
"turkish coast" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KGO 810

"And we're going to win for more great years in the White House. The president is circling back to states. He won in 2016 rival Joe Biden, also campaigning in Michigan. Later today, with stops in Wisconsin and Iowa, first nationwide, more than 80 million Americans have cast ballots and early voting in Arizona. It's the final day of early voting before Election Day, Texas shattering voting records. New data released Friday morning shows more than nine million have already voted in the state of Texas with voters across here. Houston area County Smashing all time records here is county clerk Chris Holland's revealing the county has now surpassed the entire voter turnout from 2016. The election is still four days away, maybe season Secretary ABC News Washington A third wave of Corona virus cases expanding its grip on the majority of states across the US hospitalizations, also surging in 41 states. In Turkey At least 14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in his mere turkeys. Third largest city Full House actress Lori Laughlin reported to prison today. Lori Laughlin began serving a two month prison sentence for her role in the college admissions cheating scheme. She wasn't due to report to prison until next month, but prosecutors agreed she could begin serving her time sooner, provided she does not seek early release. Auckland surrendered to the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California after she pleaded guilty to paying a bribe to get her daughter's into USC is recruits for the crew team..

Lori Laughlin Texas Joe Biden White House Aegean Sea president Chris Holland Full House Samos Federal Correctional Instituti Houston Turkey Michigan Wisconsin Arizona Secretary US Washington Iowa
7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Aegean Sea, At Least 16 Dead In Turkey And Greece

Mark Thompson

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes In Aegean Sea, At Least 16 Dead In Turkey And Greece

"14 people are dead following an earthquake. The 7.0 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea hit between the Turkish coast in the Greek island of Samos earlier today, cheers from rescue crews. After pulling a survivor from the rubble of a building collapse in his mere turkeys. Third largest city Full House actress

Aegean Sea Full House Samos
Quake between Turkey, Greece topples buildings in Turkey

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Quake between Turkey, Greece topples buildings in Turkey

"A strong earthquake has struck between the Turkish coast on the Greek island of Samos collapsing several buildings in Turkey's western Izmir province and causing some damage on someone else emergency workers rescue a person trapped in rubble Turkey's official Anadolu news agency says will continues putting the engine from the wrecked buildings in the mena region urgency management presidency says he'll quit was centered in the GMC at a depth of ten miles and registered as a six point six magnitude while the US experts put it at more like seven multiple shops have struck the region I'm Charles the last month

Samos Turkey GMC Charles Official Mena United States
"turkish coast" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on WTOP

"Texas now exceed the total number of ballots cast in that state. During the 2016 election, President Trump and Joe Biden will try to round up undecideds and get out the vote in the Midwest today. Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett for the president. It's trying to remind voters that the economy before the pandemic was good, and he should get all the credit for that. But he's strong and he's got the energy to hold these mass rallies and many of them every day because he's still hungry for the job. That is a stark contrast not just in tone, but it looked from Joe Biden, who was saying Look, you can't control the pandemic. Lis. You deal with public health cautions and guidelines, which I'm going to do, which means my rallies or smaller, my travel schedule is less aggressive. There are unprecedented security plans in place for Tuesday. CBS's CAMI McCormick the Department of Homeland Security is mounting its largest ever cyber security operation for a US election. The Washington Post is reporting that will include a 24 7 virtual war room for the department, Cyber Security Division. Election officials from across the nation will be able to dial in at any time Officials from intelligence agencies, political parties and social media companies will help monitor things so will voting machine vendors. The U. S logged a record half million new Corona virus cases this past week overseas. France is now in its second strict lock down. Portugal is limiting travel between regions and officials in England say new cases there are up 50% on last week as the second wave grips much of Europe, governments are scrambling to find the right formula that protects people but doesn't shut down the economy. EU countries will hold a virtual meeting this evening to try to streamline their approach. Elaine called CBS News parents There was a strong earthquake today between the Turkish coast on the Greek island of Samos. Several buildings in Izmir province have collapsed. There are reports of people trapped in the rubble. Turkeys. Official news agency says three injured people have been pulled from the wreckage there. Quake helped us far away is Athens and Bulgaria. The Dow is down 167 points in early trading. This is CBS News. Presented by Rocket mortgage When you need an expert to help navigate the home loan process, rocket can want to see your loan options. Adjust payments and closing costs online in real time rocket can It's.

Major Garrett Joe Biden CBS President Trump Cyber Security Division Texas president Department of Homeland Securit Midwest CBS News Washington Post CAMI McCormick Izmir France Portugal US
"turkish coast" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KCRW

"Companies had the power to stay last few months. You're on your own. I'm president. I will take care of your health care coverage in their family the same way with my home. I'm Joe Biden and I approve this message. We're joined now. By Michelle Healy. Money and politics Reporter for the Washington Post. Welcome. Thank you. Thanks for having me. $364 million a lot of dough. What is the breakdown who is donating? It is huge a ton of money, so the exact donor breakdown will be available in about two weeks. But what we do know is that the Biden campaign has just been raking in money from donors who had been sitting on the sidelines just waiting to see who's going to become the Democratic nominee. A lot of the donations in the past month have been driven by the Momenta MME that the campaign got through announcing Kamala Harris as the vice presidential nominee. Harris herself has a very extensive donor network that she's been building for many years. And so the Kamala Harris announcement really spurred and Motivated. Ah lot of donors who had not been fully on bite inside, but were very eager to hear that calmly. Harris was chosen by God was underperforming and fundraising up until hey chose Camilla. So there are a couple things here. When Biden became thie obvious nominee in May, 3 campaign and the Democratic National Committee struck up a joint fundraising agreement that actually allowed the campaign in the party to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars from one single donor. This started building in May. And now in August. What happened was that the mechanism actually really started cranking, but the percentage of people who are giving in small dollars is act. Lee increasing and that is a good sign for the campaign. They're going to be using that money as we mentioned in swing states for TV ads, etcetera any other idea what they will use that money for well, now that they don't use as much money for a travel because of colonel virus, we have seen them poor lots and lots of money and ads, but also they're going to be looking to hire a lot more staff on the ground in key swing states who may not have joined the team yet. All right, Let's look at team Trump. Where's their fundraising? The campaign records will come out later this month. However, we do know that President Trump has been raising a lot of money online. This is one of his great strengths that has been building from the 2016 campaign, and he is hosting in person fundraisers with wealthy donors. But the fact that the Trump campaign hasn't come out swinging in response to Biden's historic record tells you a little bit about where they may stand once the numbers to become public. Does it say anything larger about the president's support that we're seeing softer donations from Wall Street for President Trump, for example, and that even stall what Republicans like the Koch brothers are actively supporting Trump's opponents. This shows you that President Trump is divisive among the wealthy Republican donors who had been funding the party for a very long time. You mentioned the Coke network. Ah, lot of their donors air very split on where they stand with President Trump. They tend to lean more libertarian, but President Trump has started tow recruit a whole new crop of donors. Who had not given to the Republican Party until he became president. And then if we look at the two campaigns in total, right, not just looking at the monthly tallies, Where do things stand? President Trump has had a massive war chest for his re election, and that continues to grow. I expect now, with Biden's historic some that the cash on hand figure actually might be quite similar to President Trump. Which is a sign of how quickly the Biden team has been able to catch up, Tio what was actually a massive cash chest that President Trump had just sitting around. That's Michelle Healy, Money and politics reporter for the Washington Post. Thank you very much. Thank you. Tensions between Greece and Turkey have been flaring up in recent weeks over gas exploration rights thes two NATO members seem to be teetering on the brink of conflict over territorial boundaries in the Aegean Sea and the wider eastern Mediterranean. Caught in the middle, is a small Greek island that's just a mile off Turkey's coast. NPR's Joanna Ka kisses is there and she joins us now. Good morning. Good morning, Lulu. So where are you tell us about this island, So I'm an island called Castella Rizzo. It's a beautiful and tiny about five square miles, and the Turkish coast is literally swimming distance. Um and the Greeks and the Turks here are neighbours and their friends. They shop in each other's markets dine at each other's restaurants. I even made a Turkish woman who the ghoul back Reggie, who married a great guy here because most resource she's saying that people here in facilities are all have friends in my home town. But the Greeks and Turks haven't seen much of each other for the past six months because the border closed after the government started arguing. Why have things gotten so bad right now? Tell us about the wider sort of geopolitical conflict. Well, you know, Greece and Turkey have tortured political history. They Yes, they do in Greece was part of the Ottoman Empire for 400 years, something that Greece is never forgotten. The Greeks and Turks have also argued for years about the sea border between them on DH. That's became a huge issue lately because of possible offshore natural gas deposits. Turkey says that the most eastern Aegean islands like Castelo Rezo, the island that I'm on right now are actually on the Turkish continental shelf, and the Turks recently sent an exploration ship to map the sea bed near here. A Turkish navy ship escorting the exploration vessel, then collided with a Greek navy ship and the and the two governments started insulting each other and the military's air now holding naval exercises. It's safe. I mean, that's a lot on. Definitely I can imagine that people on the island are worried when they see you know, actual Navy ships, military ships a circling where they live. Yeah, You know, I kind of expected the same thing. But, you know, the island of Costello is on the town of Kash have like some military presence because of the history between Grace and Turkey. What they say is basically it's just politics and there's no there's no way that we think there's going to be a war. You know, when I was walking along the port yesterday, people were swimming or fishing or like chatting over iced coffee, and that's where I met Eleni Caravella Z. She runs a tourism company with her dad. I don't like it when I see stories, canceling their.

President Trump Joe Biden president Turkey Trump Kamala Harris Greece Michelle Healy Washington Post Republican Party Reporter Democratic National Committee Momenta MME Greek island Aegean Sea Eleni Caravella Castella Rizzo Lee Camilla
"turkish coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And I have true this mess. We're joined now. By Michelle Healy. Money and politics Reporter for the Washington Post. Welcome. Thank you. Thanks for having me. $364 million is a lot of dough. What is the breakdown who is donating? It is huge a ton of money, so the exact donor breakdown will be available in about two weeks. But what we do know is that dividing campaign has just been raking in money from donors who had been sitting on the sidelines. Just waiting to see who's going to become the Democratic nominee. A lot of the donations in the past month have been driven by the moment, um, that the campaign got through announcing Kamala Harris as the vice presidential nominee. Harris herself has a very extensive donor network that she's been building for many years. And so the Kamala Harris announcement really spurred and motivated. Ah lot of donors who had not been fully on by the side, but were very eager to hear that calmly. Harris was chosen fine was underperforming and fundraising up until hey chose Camilla. So there are a couple things here. When Biden became thie obvious nominee in May, 3 campaign and the Democratic National Committee struck up a joint fundraising agreement that actually allowed the campaign in the party to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars from one single donor. This started building in May. And now in August. What happened was that the mechanism actually really started cranking, but the percentage of people who are giving in small dollars is Really increasing and that is a good sign for the campaign. They're going to be using that money as we mentioned in swing states for TV ads, etcetera any other idea what they will use that money for well now that they don't use as much money for a travel because of current virus, we have seen them poor lots and lots of money and ads, but also they're going to be looking to hire a lot more staff on the ground in key swing states who may not have joined the team yet. All right, Let's look a team Trump. Where's their fundraising? The campaign records will come out later this month. However, we do know that President Trump has been raising a lot of money online. This is one of his great strength that has been building from the 2016 campaign, and he is hosting in person fundraisers with wealthy donors. But the fact that the Trump campaign hasn't come out swinging in response to Biden's historic record. Tells you a little bit about where they may stand once the numbers to become public. Does it say anything larger about the president's support that we're seeing softer donations from Wall Street for President Trump, for example, and that even stall what Republicans like the Koch brothers are actively supporting Trump's opponents. It shows you that President Trump is divisive among the wealthy Republican donors who had been funding the party for a very long time You mentioned a Coke network. Ah, lot of their donors air very split on where they stand with President Trump. They tend to lean, more libertarian. But President Trump has started. Tio recruit a whole new crop of donors who had not given to the Republican Party until he became president. And then if we look at the two campaigns in total, right, not just looking at the monthly tallies, Where do things stand? President Trump has had a massive war chest for his re election, and that continues to grow. I expect now, with Biden's historic some That the cash on hand figure actually might be quite similar to President Trump, which is a sign of how quickly the Biden team has been able to catch up. Tio what was actually a massive cash chest that President Trump had just sitting around. That's Michelle Healy, Money and politics reporter for the Washington Post. Thank you very much. Thank you. Tensions between Greece and Turkey have been flaring up in recent weeks over gas exploration rights thes two NATO members seem to be teetering on the brink of conflict over territorial boundaries in the Aegean Sea and the wider eastern Mediterranean. Caught in the middle is a small Greek island. That's just a mile off Turkey's coast. NPR's Joanna Ka kisses is there and she joins us now. Good morning. Good morning, Lulu. So where are you tell us about this island, So I'm an island called Castella Rizzo. It's a beautiful and tiny about five square miles and the Turkish coast. Is literally swimming distance on DH. The Greeks and the Turks here are neighbours and their friends. They shop in each other's markets dine at each other's restaurants. I even made a Turkish woman who the ghoul back Reggie, who married a great guy here because most hostile resource she's saying people here and they all have friends in my home town. But the Greeks and Turks haven't seen much of each other for the past six months because the border closed after the government started arguing. Why have things gotten so bad right now? Tell us about the wider sort of geopolitical conflict. Well, you know, Greece and Turkey have tortured political history. And yes, they do in Greece was part of the Ottoman Empire for 400 years, something that Greece is never forgotten. The Greeks and Turks have also argued for years about the sea border between them on DH. That's became a huge issue lately because of possible offshore natural gas deposits. Turkey says that the most eastern Aegean islands like Castelo Rezo, the island that I'm on right now are actually on the Turkish continental shelf, and the Turks recently sent an exploration ship to map the sea bed near here. A Turkish navy ship escorting the exploration vessel, then collided with a Greek navy ship and the and the two governments started insulting each other and the military's air now holding naval exercises. It's safe. I mean, that's a lot on. Definitely I can imagine that people on the island are worried when they see you know actual Navy ships, military ships as circling where they live. Yeah, You know, I kind of expected the same thing. But you know, the island of hostilities on the town of Kash have like some military presence because of the history between Grace and Turkey. What they say is basically it's just politics and there's no there's no way that we think there's going to be a war. You know, when I was walking along the part yesterday, people were swimming or fishing, or like chatting over iced coffee. And that's where I met the she runs a tourism company with her dad, I don't like it when I see.

President Trump president Biden Kamala Harris Trump Turkey Greece Michelle Healy Washington Post Republican Party Reporter Democratic National Committee Greek island Aegean Sea Castella Rizzo Kash Camilla Reggie NATO
Greece fears border standoff with Turkey over migrants' return

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:30 min | 2 years ago

Greece fears border standoff with Turkey over migrants' return

"Early March. The Turkish President Type other unsaid migrants were free to cross into Greece and announced. The border would be opened. Many thousands of people attempted to cross and were fired on with rubber bullets and teargas by both sides but then corona virus struck and Turkey sealed the frontier to the northwest leaving almost forty thousand refugees stranded in crowds cups in appalling conditions. Know as lockdown ends. Athens is concerned that the movement of migrants will begin again and has already reported that boats carrying migrants had landed on the island of Lesbos. Tensions between the two countries are increasing. Well Hannah listen to Smith is on the line from Istanbul. Hanna is this situation heading towards a new border crisis. Well several different people assistants warnings are one of them being Europol. Who earlier this month? Put out a report warning quite starkly that Turkey was likely to try to organize the movement migrants towards the Greek border again. Possibly using methods like we sort the end a separate beginning of March so Putting on buses for migrants from cities like Estan builds the border possibly by winding down his own border forces at lumbered with grace but says knee. I'm in the the evidence from the past week seems to show that After a hiatus of a couple of months during the coronavirus crisis we're starting to see the other crisis the Mexican crisis building up again. The Turkish Coast Guard rescued. Seventy two asylum-seekers. A Monday after they'd been turned back from Greek waters. And as you say the new arrivals starting down the islanders less Voss so I think certainly over the past couple of months. Everyone's attention has been diverted in clearly. Boards have been closed. But I think this is a crisis that hasn't gone away by any means and is the frontier opened on our their border controls in place. The frontier isn't open yet. I think that's something that we're going to see happening. I've the next few weeks Turkey's eastern border with Iran was likely open very very soon. The interesting thing is actually. It's over. This border the most of the migrants that trying to make their way to Europe and now coming then not necessarily coming from serious much anymore So I think especially we're going to see those See there's numbers stuff since built up again and don't forget there are already full million migrants intake. You're ready many of them. Desperate to get almost anywhere else in his a safe country in many respects but life is very very difficult for for people who don't have papers you don't have the right to work He didn't have the money to to find decent accommodation. So you know many people the jury Mr. Let's get to Europe. And of course there are many thousands of people still in the camps. What are the conditions like that? Yes the people. He made their way to the border. The border in March. She went the current virus outbreak started. They were taken by the Turkish authorities to Closed comes in other parts of Turkey. The texture authorities that was for a fourteen day quarantine periods and then they were then allowed to guy but on the Greek islands on the other side of the crisis. Those conditions are fairly appalling. I mean the Greek government has moved some people watch. Those comes as you said before. They're still moving. Search thousand people in those comes on the Greek islands. And let's not forget that comes of a never built to host people term. They were set a temporary hot spots. There are meant to just host people for a few days while they were registered while the details were taken in while there are moved on somewhere else sent back to Turkey and what they've turned into over the past four years is just holding pens incredibly squalid overflowing Insanitary I I think. The beginning of the coronavirus crisis really concern was the the virus was gonNA re ripped through those calms Muscles that hasn't happened. There's been some cases particularly unless voss but but luckily it seems to have escaped the ravages of Corona virus. But that doesn't take away from the fact that that is so incredibly incredibly dangerous and summitry places for the people living in AN MP in the governing New Democracy party's accused Turkey of trying to weaponize the refugee situation to he says extract European support for its geopolitical goals. What are those goals? And how will encouraging migrants to cross into Greece further turkeys ends? Y'All I think is is fairly clear that you need to take years trying to weaponize. Refugees nuts becomes more more overt in recent of course culminating and what we saw in February really presentations aims to fold on one hundred those domestic aims. So it's never been particularly popular among Turkish people to have such a large number of refugees overwhelmingly Syrian refugees in the country. There have been complaints about this from particularly from opposition parties. Right from the start of the Syrian war but increasingly also own voters are becoming increasingly angry and dissatisfied with the fact that eight years on eight is after the start of the war a huge amount of refugees still here that's exacerbated by the fact that tech is going to his own economic crisis unemployment levels are rising Texas struggling and of course that itself is bitten exacerbated by the coronavirus crisis lockdown. So you know. We've seen rhetoric on refugees shifting at the start he would say. That's you know the Muslim Brothers. That the very welcome that they'll be looked after in. Turkey and increasing over the past couple of years he started saying three in Saint Louis forever. They'll eventually have go back So on domestic level you know doing things like this plays quite well but also on a firm policy level. Everyone has been a begging other countries strictly European countries for support in hosting refugees. He's to certain extent dot support. He got six billion euros from for promise from the in thousand sixteen to help look after refugees. But he says it's just a drop in the ocean also support for for the Turkish army's In Syria whether holding a line against President

Turkey Greece President Trump Voss Athens Europe Turkish Coast Guard Turkish Army Istanbul Hanna Europol Estan Iran Islanders Mr. Let Syria Hannah Texas
"turkish coast" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KOMO

"On Monday for presidents day they'll be open again on Tuesday global markets rose for the most part with Shanghai's benchmark jumping more than two percent after the Chinese central bank world US support for the economy as it continues to deal with the novel coronavirus outbreak one exception Japan's Nikkei falling almost percent on reports that nation's economy is slowing down Terry Alden or ABC news hundreds of Americans on the quarantine cruise ship in Japan fly home on chartered planes these are your world headlines from ABC news medical expert doctor Jonathan ball from the university of not a cruise ship so well known to be M. easily easy transmitters viruses so I can appreciate why they might want to get off the strand yet Canada Hong Kong in Italy are planning similar flights meanwhile a Russian court ordered a woman was skate from a virus quarantine returned back to the hospital she fled and stay there for at least two more days the ruling underlines the sometimes chaotic public health approach is being taken to stop the spread of Colby had ninety angry says it's a spending an emergency plan to build migrant detention camps on Greek islands near the Turkish coast to allow for negotiations with local authorities we strongly oppose the move I'm Tom rivers said the A. B. C. news for and as they in London a bill to create more social equity in the pop business is past the state house more from Cuomo's Ryan Harris among the things the bill would do is to allow the liquor in Canada's board to re issue canceled or revoked cannabis business licenses and to expand the number of available licenses if the city or county feels it's necessary to meet social equity goals Seattle democratic representative Eric pedigree says its aim to communities disproportionately harmed in the war on drugs and again one pot licenses were issued marijuana for a number years has incarcerated a number of people disproportionately because they were distributing this product and now it has become legal suddenly it is out of reach for them to actually legally distributed and benefit opposition to the bill comes from the Washington association of cities which is concerned that because social equity candidates have to apply through cities and counties it would place an added burden on them it passed the house on a party line vote Brian.

Canada Brian Washington association of citi representative Seattle cannabis ABC US marijuana Eric pedigree Shanghai Ryan Harris Cuomo London Tom rivers Colby Italy
"turkish coast" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"turkish coast" Discussed on KCRW

"Thirty two years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. Large demonstrations have subsided in Hong Kong, though, citizens outside government offices are continuing today. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports demonstrators are protesting a proposed extradition law. Protester numbers dwindled overnight and streets. They had occupied reopened to traffic by mid morning but by early afternoon. Young protesters began to regroup outside Hong Kong's legislature. They're demanding that the government scrapped, the extradition, Bill altogether. Rhonda than just pausing it. They went Hong Kong's leader, carry lamb to resign, and they want protesters detained on riot charges to be released demonstrators welcomed the release of Joshua Wong who was jailed for his leading role in protests in two thousand fourteen China's foreign ministry. Meanwhile, blamed western media for inciting foreign governments to meddle in China's internal affairs. Anthony Kuhn, NPR news. Hong Kong tensions continue to escalate between the US and Iran. NPR's Mara Liasson has more Iran just announced plans to service. More uranium something had warned it would do after the US pulled out of the Iranian nuclear deal and imposed crippling economic sanctions on Iran. President Trump said he doesn't want war with Iran or regime change, but his advisers, including secretary of state. Mike Pompeo say military action is still a possibility. United States is considering a full range of options. We've briefed the president a couple of times, we'll continue to keep them updated. Some US allies like Saudi Arabia have accepted, the US version of events others, like Japan, who owned one of the ships that were struck say they want more evidence that Iran was actually behind the attacks Mara. Liasson NPR news, Washington. The Trump administration is opening hearings about proposed new tariffs on billions of dollars of Chinese imports. President Trump has already imposed tariffs on about a quarter of a trillion dollars of Chinese imports. But analysts say the additional levies of about twenty five percent. On imported Chinese consumer goods could damage the US retail industry. The mayor of Phoenix says she is speeding up the deployment of citywide police body cameras following a police encounter in which officers threatened to shoot a family over shoplifting complaint NPR's, Bobby Allen has more. Top city officials in Phoenix are in damage control mode after newly released footage showed city officers pointing their guns and screaming at a pregnant woman, her fiance and their two small daughters. As a backlash mounts, Phoenix police chief, Jerry Williams, tells ABC affiliate K Annex V. She's focused on calming tensions. I know there are people that are angry. I am angry the twenty nine hundred other officers are angry. But at the end of the day, I o ATar community to listen to those voices, the family's lawyers, claiming the interaction was a violation of civil rights, and is demanding a ten million dollar payout from the city, Bobby Allen, NPR news. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Turkey state. Run news agency says, Turkish coast guard officials have rescued thirty one migrants today after their small boat sank off the coast. The report adds eight people were killed migrants continue to try to make the dangerous crossing from the Turkish coast to the Greek islands. The world's largest aeronautical exposition the Paris air show opens today, NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports aircraft maker, Boeing is under pressure this year after the grounding of it's seven thirty seven max airplane..

NPR Hong Kong Iran United States President Trump Anthony Kuhn Phoenix Mara Liasson Washington Bobby Allen China Mike Pompeo korva Coleman president Turkey state Rhonda Bill Paris
South Africa celebrates Nelson Mandela on his 100th birthday

All Things Considered

04:09 min | 4 years ago

South Africa celebrates Nelson Mandela on his 100th birthday

"Director Dan Coats that Moscow is still trying to influence US votes firefighters. Battling a deadly blazed near Yosemite national. Park are now, they seem more difficult conditions Jeremy Siegel from member, station k. q. e. d. reports That the blaze has killed one firefighter and injured two. Others firefighters in. This year national forest are working under hot and dry conditions along steep terrain and later this week forecasters expect thunderstorms to, produce a Radic gusty winds posing a threat to firefighters on the front line US forest service spokesman Jim McIntyre says fire commanders. Are, keeping a close eye on the conditions as they see storms moving this direction they will alert are people on the ground and they. Will disengage from the fire and move to an area of refugees thirty six year. Old. Firefighter died on Saturday after his bulldozer overturned and officials say to other firefighters suffered injuries on Tuesday for NPR news I'm Jeremy. Siegel at least, nineteen asylum seekers have drowned there the Mediterranean island nation. Of Cyprus as Joanna kakissis reports from Athens most. Of the one, hundred fifty migrants on board the. Ship have been rescued the Turkish coast guard rescued, one hundred and three migrants after their ship sank off The coast of northern. Cyprus which has been occupied, by Turkey since nineteen seventy four Turkey has long been a main. Launching point for migrants trying to cross the GNC to Greece which is part of the European Union in two thousand fifteen more than a million. Asylum-seekers many of, them fleeing wars in the Middle East made this dangerous crossing the EU was initially welcoming but, his people kept coming anti immigrant populace one out a 2016 deal with Turkey sharply reduced the number of migrants crossing the. GNC but they're still crossing the Mediterranean from North Africa to Italy and Spain for NPR news I'm, Joanna kakissis in Athens Israel's parliament has. Voted sixty two to fifty five to declare the country a. Nation state where only choose have, the right to self-determination lawmakers removed. Or provision that would've allowed the establishment of separate. Communities some Arab lawmakers denounced. The Bill is being biased. Against Arabs who make up twenty percent of Israel's population This is NPR news Tributes pouring in for, the late Nelson Mandela NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports that South Africa's first democratically elected president would have turned one. Hundred years old yesterday Nelson Mandela was sworn in as president in one, thousand nine hundred four four years after he. Was freed from prison never never and never. Again Sally, this, beautiful we're like hey the oppression off one another and suffer the indignity of. Being of the world let brain His widow Michelle told the BBC others must assess the legacy of Mandela using his clan name. My diva himself said it's up to those I have with two to, define what may league cities delivering the annual. Mandela lecture in Johannesburg Barack Obama told young. South Africans, to, gross the battle of freedom where Mandela and others liftoff of the acquis Stockton. NPR news A nonprofit called property of the people has, released thousands of pages of documents showing that. US intelligence officials kept Nelson Mandela under, surveillance after, his release from prison Mandela was on terrorism watchlist until two thousand eight five years. Before he died the Washington-based group says it. Sued the FBI CIA and other intelligence agencies as part of the freedom of information act case. That's ongoing on Asian stock market shares closed mostly lower on concerns about global trade disputes I'm Shay Stevens NPR news in Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include Carnegie corporation of New York recognizing the contributions of American immigrants in it's great immigrants great American's program this.