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Top UN court orders Myanmar to take all measures in its power to prevent genocide against Rohingya

Morning Edition

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Top UN court orders Myanmar to take all measures in its power to prevent genocide against Rohingya

"The United nation's highest court has ordered Myanmar to take all possible measures to prevent genocide against minority ringa Muslims hundreds of thousands of brain to have fled Myanmar to Bangladesh to escape atrocities lawyers accused Myanmar of mass torture rape and killing of the Muslims amounting to

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Peace laureate watches UN court hear Rohingya genocide case

BBC World Service

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Peace laureate watches UN court hear Rohingya genocide case

"The international court of justice in the Hague is today hearing a case that accuses me I'm all of genocide of his range of minority the countries they factor leader the Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi is another man's to lead the defense the case has been brought to mind the Gambia is justice minister Abubakar time of that do said own sense to cheese roll was traveling she used to be a source of inspiration I'm on the war and it is this happening to see how take a provision which you is now in defense of such such a horrible crime the crime of all crimes nonsense Jay is not expected to speak until Wednesday when she'll argue that the court has no jurisdiction and that may I am always targeting range of militants more than seven hundred thousand Muslim Hanjour fed me an MA in twenty seventeen following a military operation the U. N. concluded included systematic rape murder and

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UN court says it has jurisdiction in Ukraine-Russia case

Chris Plante

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

UN court says it has jurisdiction in Ukraine-Russia case

"The United nation's highest court ruled today that it has jurisdiction in a case brought by Ukraine that alleges Russia breach treaties on terrorist financing and racial discrimination following its annexation of Crimea by arming rebels and eastern Ukraine and read negging an inch right serve at six the decision by the international court of justice means that the case which opened a new legal front in the strained relationship between Russia and Ukraine we'll go ahead this battle will likely take months or years

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 UN court: Russia must free 3 detained Ukraine ships, sailors

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

UN court: Russia must free 3 detained Ukraine ships, sailors

"A UN maritime tribunal has ruled Russia must release three Ukrainian, naval vessels, captured by Russia in November and also set free twenty four detained soldiers sailors, that is the tribunal for the law of the sea based in Hamburg announced its ruling today. The confrontation marked flash point in the conflict, which has been simmering since Russia's seizure of the Crimean peninsula in two thousand fourteen a move, which Ukraine, and most of the world views as illegal, the tribunal's president says, Russia must return the ships and released the sailors

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is news station. KTAR news ninety two three FM from ABC news. I'm Dave Packer early this morning for the first time since November twenty seventeen North Korea firing a barrage of missiles into the sea of Japan, North Korea has been expressing displeasure over the lack of progress in negotiations with the US since the summit between President Trump and Kim ended without a deal. This was probably just Kim Jong Hoon stomping his foot and making sure that people were continuing to know that he was not happy. That's former State Department official and ABC news contributor, Steve gathered. So what comes next balls really in North Korea's court in Kim Jong UN's court. The President Trump has made it clear that he doesn't see that Kim is ready to negotiate in earnest and in good faith. And so he's going to sit back and wait. And if the sanctions don't bring the North Koreans back to the table, and it's just going to be a waiting game short. Missile tests comes hours after President Trump discussed North Korea with Russian President, Vladimir Putin, new hosted a summit with North Korea's leader Kim Jong, but no talk about Russian election, meddling sixty minute conversation. President Trump did not blame Putin or even warn him not to meddle in the twenty twenty election. We didn't discuss that hours after their phone. Call Trump continuing to downplay the election security threat, calling the Muller investigation. I quote Russian hoax in a tweet off the runway into a river a department of defense chartered plane landing in Jacksonville, Florida. A one hundred forty three people on board evacuated from the wing, but officials have not been able to retrieve pets from the cargo hold at explosion at an industrial plant just outside of Chicago. Last Night Live about twenty miles north in sitting watching TV downstairs and heard the window shake in the house and s my wife. Did you feel that too? She didn't think it was thundered. And I started looking on Facebook..

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03:54 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"And I think that the you can tell that because of the people who call in he's been we'll have you know, the sort of they really do almost feel like they come from a different era because they're very subdued. And they'll have some figure from the media on to answer questions from readers for from viewers. For example, you know, but the viewers who are calling in are not just from Washington there from all over the country. You know, so certainly it is something that a certain number of people much fewer than I imagined watch CNN or FOX are watching end calling into probably because it it does offer that more mellow view of politics. But as I mentioned before it is an extremely useful resource to people in the beltway to people who are covering politics all the time as I said, you can't be in every hearing all the time absorbing everything, but it is incredibly incredibly useful to be able to go back. Back and watch a hearing, you know, or if you want to understand a certain candidate go, you know, a certain politician, go back and watch multiple hearings, go back and watch multiple floor speeches. So it it provides a resource certainly that I imagine folks here in Washington do avail themselves of more than folks outside of it for me. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us on monocle twenty four with the motorcycle daily was me Emma, Nelson. An in the moment, we find out why the writers guild is taking on Hollywood's agents. But I with the time twenty to thirty here in London. Let's get a summary of the latest world news headlines. UK's Prime Minister Theresa may has written to the European Union to ask for three months delay to Brexit. The UK set to leave the block at the end of next week. But MRs may now wants that to be postponed until June. Let's assess she needs more time to get her withdrawal deal passed and ratified by the UK. Parliament a UN court has rejected an appeal by the former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, an increased his sentence to life in prison carriage. It was originally found guilty of genocide and warcrimes in two thousand sixteen and given a forty year prison sentence, but the tribunal at the Hague has now ruled that was too lenient and people in the Netherlands have been voting in the country's provincial elections. It's populist. Parties could make gains following a suspected terror attack in the city of attract earlier this week per election. Polls have indicated that Mark Reuters center right coalition is expected to lose its majority in the Senate. This is the monocle daily. The bus lines are constantly being drawn and redrawn in Hollywood who should take credit for this. He should claim responsibility for responsibility for that and shoo who should be paid for what? Well in the brave new world where traditional production methods have been overtaken by new firms and fresh outlets. We are indeed in new territory and not everybody likes it because round was broken out between the writers guild of America, and the association of talented students, and there are no signs of it being resolved what I'm joined on the line by Jonathan handle his a contributing editor at the Hollywood. Reporter welcome Jonathon you've written about this row. Tell us what happened. Well, it's pleasure to be with you. And it's it's about power and money. The the agents who've been around, of course, for many many decades all are regulated by the writers guild and the registered wants to dial their power back the agencies the challenges. These are very powerful players the guild wants to prohibit to two practices. One is the way the agencies get paid. You those who think about agents may think they get paid ten percent of the writers salary or the actor salary. What have you, but actually more commonly, especially in television. They get paid by the studio, and they don't get paid. And they don't take a commission at all from the actor or the writer the writers guild says, well, it's nice to save ten percent..

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90.3 KAZU

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Assembly line. This manufacturing plant was on the verge of closing before Trump signed a Bill authorizing new military spending promoting job growth in the manufacturing sector was a campaign promise of Trump's in two thousand sixteen especially in midwest swing states like oh, hi, oh. It's one he's likely to run on again in twenty twenty Windsor Johnston. NPR news. They Federal Reserve chairman says the central Bank is leaving its key short-term interest rate unchanged. The US economy is in a good place. And we will continue to use our monetary policy tools to help keep it. They're fed chairman Jerome Powell says they are also projecting. No more rate hikes this year dramatically underscoring, his plan to be patient. The jobs market is strong showing healthier wage gains and prompting many people to join or remain in the workforce. The unemployment rate is near historic lows in inflation remains near our two percent goal. Pow says he expects the US economy will grow at a solid pace. But likely slower than last year, the fed also says it will stop shrinking, it's bond portfolio. Come september. That move would help hold down long term interest rates in the struggling housing market. Stocks finished mixed on Wall Street today as the fed left short-term interest rates, unchanged, healthcare and tech companies led the declines this is NPR. UN court in the Hague has increased the sentence of former Bosnian Serb leader to life in prison for genocide and war crimes as Teri. Schultz reports Robin Karadzic had been appealing is forty year sentence handed down in two thousand sixteen both sides appealed the original verdict carriage adjust for acquittal and prosecutors wanted a longer prison term and an additional conviction on genocide. The new sentence was met with applause from the crowd of victims and family members. Judges at the UN court said carriages earlier sentence was disproportionately light considering some of his underlings had received licenses and because he'd been charged with more crimes than any other person. Tried at the tribunal chief judge van Johansen. The sentence of forty years imposed by the charge hambur underestimates. The extraordinary gravity of conscientious responsibility is integral participation in the most egregious of crimes this verdict. Cannot be appealed. For NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. Next star media group is selling nineteen TV stations for more than one billion dollars as part of its bio deal with Chicago's Tribune media the deal with Tribune would make next are the nation's largest TV station owner in the country part of that deal. Requires next door to sell certain TV stations to comply with federal regulatory and ownership rules. The list of stations to be sold include CW affiliates in New York Phoenix in Miami. You're listening to NPR news. And thank.

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UN court orders US to lift some Iran sanctions

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00:0-45 sec | 2 years ago

UN court orders US to lift some Iran sanctions

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01:59 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Cantu. Thirty nine year old William CLYDE Allen in custody and Logan Utah. He's suspected of sending letters to the White House and Pentagon. That were intercepted at the mail facilities of those institutions after they set off alarms for possible poisonous in field. Tests of the Pentagon letters indicated the possible presence of rising put a Pentagon spokesman says the letters appear to only contain castor bean seeds. We have to be processed in order to be turned into rice ABC's, Pierre Thomas further testing confirmed it was only castor beans and not rice in the FBI completed its latest background check of supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh senators will get to see it five hours from now one copy of this report that they're going to be able to review in shifts going back and forth between Democrats and Republicans hour by hour until all senators who want to review the report have had a chance to do. ABC's alley Rogan in Washington cavenaugh accuser. Christine Blasi Ford is criticizing the scope of the probe. Neither. Ford nor witnesses. She says corroborate her story, we're not where they weren't interviewed. After a UN court ordered the US to end economic sanctions against Iran. The US end of the decades old treaty. The Iranian said the sanctions violated several the US temporarily closed its consulate and Bosnia Iraq, citing increasing threats to attack personnel and facilities. We can see the hand of the Ayatollah and his henchman supporting these attacks on the United States Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo us the original of the current threat to Americans in Iraq, Pennsylvania, lawmakers passed and sent to governor Tom Wolfe, the first anti-violence legislation and more than a decade the deals directly with firearms. The Bill would require Pennsylvania's with domestic violence rulings against them to surrender their guns within twenty four hours, a judge could amend that current Pennsylvania law gives them sixty days. You're listening to ABC news. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like you're on a never ending treadmill? Staying.

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"un court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"NewsRadio iheartradio station. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Thirty nine year old William CLYDE Allen in custody and Logan Utah. He's suspected of sending letters to the White House and Pentagon. That were intercepted at the mail facilities of those institutions after they set off alarms possible poisonous rayson field. Tests of the Pentagon letters indicated the possible presence of Reisen put a Pentagon spokesman says the letters appeared only contain castor bean seeds which have to be processed in order to be turned into rice ABC's Pierre Thomas further testing confirmed it was only castor beans and not rice in the FBI completed its latest background check of supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh senators will get to see it five hours from now there is one copy of this report that they're going to be able to review in shifts going back and forth between Democrats and Republicans hour by hour until all senators who want to review the report have had a chance to do. So ABC's Ellie Rogan in Washington cavenaugh accuser. Christine Blasi Ford is criticizing the scope of the probe. Neither. Afford nor witnesses. She says corroborate her story were not were they weren't not interviewed. After a UN court ordered the US to end economic sanctions against Iran. The US end of the decades old treaty. The Iranian said the sanctions violated several the US temporarily closed its consulate and buzzer Iraq, citing increasing threats to attack personnel and facilities. We can see the hand of the Ayatollah and his henchman supporting these attacks on the United States Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo around us, the orgin of the current threat to Americans in Iraq, Pennsylvania, lawmakers passed and sent to governor Tom Wolfe, the first anti-violence legislation and more than a decade the deals directly with firearms. The Bill would require Pennsylvania's with domestic violence rulings against them to surrender their guns within twenty four hours, a judge could amend that current Pennsylvania law gives them sixty days. You're listening to ABC news. KOA?.

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"un court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ninety two three FM. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Thirty nine year old William CLYDE Allen in custody and Logan Utah. He's suspected of sending letters to the White House and Pentagon that were intercepted at the mail facilities. Those institutions after they set off alarms for possible poisonous rice field tests of the Pentagon letters indicated the possible presence of Reisen put a Pentagon spokesman says the letters appear to only contain castor bean seeds which have to be processed in order to be turned into rice ABC's Pierre Thomas further testing confirmed it was only castor beans and not racing the FBI completed its latest background check of supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh senators. We'll get to see it five hours from now there is one copy of this report that they're going to be able to review in shifts going back and forth between Democrats and Republicans hour by hour until all senators who want to review the report have had a chance to do. So ABC's Ellie Rogan in Washington cavenaugh accuser. Christine Blasi four criticizing the scope of the probe. Neither. Afford nor witnesses. She says corroborate her story were not aware they weren't interviewed. After a UN court ordered the US to end economic sanctions against Iran. The US end of the decades old treaty. The Iranian said the sanctions violated several leave the US temporarily closed its consulate and buzzer Iraq, citing increasing threats to attack personnel and facilities. We can see the hand of the Ayatollah and his henchman supporting these attacks on the United States Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo Arana's the original of the current threat to Americans in Iraq, Pennsylvania, lawmakers passed and sent to governor Tom Wolfe, the first anti-violence legislation and more than a decade the deals directly with firearms. The Bill would require Pennsylvania's with domestic violence rulings against them to surrender their guns within twenty four hours, a judge could amend that current Pennsylvania law gives them sixty days. You're listening to ABC news. Your.

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"un court" Discussed on KOMO

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02:03 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on KOMO

"News station coming up police look for a man who stabbed another man right outside. The King County courthouse. It's coming up after ABC covers the world. It's twelve midnight. From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Thirty nine year old William CLYDE, Allan and custody and Logan Utah. He's suspected of sending letters to the White House and Pentagon. That were intercepted at the mail facilities of those institutions after they set off alarms for possible poisonous Wrightson field tests of the Pentagon letters indicated the possible presence of Reisen put a Pentagon spokesman says the letters appear to only contain castor bean seeds, which have to be processed in order to be turned into rice ABC's Pierre Thomas further testing confirmed it was only castor beans and not rising the FBI completed its latest background check of supreme court nominee. Brett cavenaugh senators will get to see it five hours from now there is one copy of this report that they're going to be able to review in shifts going back and forth between Democrats and Republicans hour by hour until all senators who want to review the report have had a chance to do. So ABC's alley Rogan in Washington cavenaugh accuser. Christine Blasi Ford is criticizing the scope of the probe. Neither Ford nor witnesses. She says corroborate her story were not where they weren't not interviewed. After a UN court ordered the US to end economic sanctions against Iran. The US end of the decades old treaty. The Iranian said the sanctions violated several the US temporarily closed its consulate and buzzer Iraq, citing increasing threats to attack personnel and facilities. We can see the hand of the Ayatollah and his henchman supporting these attacks on the United States Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo Arana's the original of the current threat to Americans in Iraq, Pennsylvania, lawmakers passed and sent to governor Tom Wolfe, the first anti-violence legislation and more than a decade the deals directly with firearms. The Bill would require Pennsylvanians with domestic violence rulings against them to surrender their guns within twenty four.

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"un court" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"With international news about sixty migrants are believed to have drowned when a wooden boat capsized during a storm off Guinea-Bissau. The country's navy was unable to help when the boat went down because the navy vessel. Didn't have the proper resources. No bodies have been recovered yet. A UN court ruled today the US is violating an old treaty with Iran due to its sanctions, the UN's top court ruled US sanctions are a violation of a nineteen fifty five treaty with Iran. So today tonight'd states is terminating the treaty of amity with Iran secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, the Iranians have been ignoring it for awfully long time. We ought to have pulled out of it decades ago. The court had ruled US sanctions under the treaty must not impact humanitarian aid or civil aviation Pompeo insisted the US is actively ensuring humanitarian aid reaches the country. Cami mccormick. CBS news, Washington. WBZ news time nine fifty three. This portion of the news is sponsored by Chicago E N, t the Irish data protection commission has formerly begun an investigation into Facebook's recent data breach. It will now decide whether the firm should be fined for failing to prevent hackers from being able to access up to fifty million users accounts earlier this year the social network pick the regulator to be it's one. One stop shop for oversight of its compliance with EU privacy rules. Catherine Mayorga is accusing soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo of raping her in Las Vegas in two thousand nine a civil lawsuit alleges Rinaldo raped my orca in his suite at a Las Vegas hotel and hired a team of fixers to shape up. A monetary settlement Mayorga's attorney, Leslie Stovall. This is a case that should be police fill that there's a case to refer to the prosecutor and the prosecutor fills case that they would prosecute the statue has not run on that prosecution. Stovall says they've given documents to Las Vegas..

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"un court" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Beach, Ron Hersi with your three o'clock news break White House. National security adviser John Bolton says the international court of Justice doesn't have jurisdiction to order the US to adjust sanctions against Iran. We're disappointed that the I C J failed to recognize that it has no jurisdiction to issue any water with respect to sanctions the United States imposes to protect its own essential security under the trade at the White House. David he said Iran is using the court for the purpose of propaganda. The international court of Justice is the UN's judicial organization it ordered the US to ease sanctions against Iran that may affect humanitarian efforts White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, defending President Trump's criticism of Christine Blasi Ford who was accused supreme court nominee, brick cavenaugh of sexual assault. He was stating facts that were given during Dr Ford's testimony Trump challenge Ford's planes mocked the California professor during a rally in Mississippi this week Sanders slammed Democrats for continuing efforts to delay Kavanagh's confirmation. An Indonesian island continues to be hammered by a series of natural disasters. It all started. With a seven point five magnitude earthquake last week that triggered a su- NAMI that battered the island leaving more than fourteen hundred people dead. Now, there's been a volcanic eruption on the same island spewing ash twenty thousand feet into the air. Now, there is a fear that disease could overtake the area spread by conditions and a lack of clean water. The death toll. Dole is expected to continue to rise bills emperor NBC News Radio. They Palm Beach county sheriff's office is investigating after a deputy was involved in a shooting happened this afternoon, and Riviera beach deputy serving a warrant at a neighborhood when a man was shot he was taken to an area hospital for treatment. Eight fifty W F T L news time is three. Oh, two. Here's.

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AP News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on AP News

"Of evidence and facts that we've seen in this moment have supported judge Kavanagh's. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is responding to President Trump's criticism last night of Christine Blasi for the woman accusing supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault with stating facts that were given during Dr Ford's testimony in the Senate has to make a decision based on those facts Sanders was asked if Ford was lying when she testified last week in the Senate testimony by Dr Ford was compelling that you can't make this decision based on emotion. It has to be based on fact, New York democratic Senator Kirsten gillibrand responded to the president's comments his comments were disgraceful and shows that he has no empathy for survivors of sexual violence. It was just another statement by our president to show the value women. I really was. Disgusted. Sarah Sanders says the delays in the bread cavenaugh nomination need to stop one thing is clear. Democrats want to block Cavanaugh and hold the open until the twenty twenty election. This is about politics, and this is about power, pure and simple. The FBI investigation of the cabinet allegations is expected to wrap up soon. Majority leader Mitch McConnell says there will be a vote in the Senate on the nomination this week and a follow up to a UN court ordered that the US sanctions on Iran. The US is terminating nineteen fifty five treaty with Iran. National security adviser John Bolton says it has to do with Iran's direction dispute is with the toll is who have taken Iran from a respected position in the international community to being a rogue state. The little-known treaty was signed in the wake of World War Two. Mexico's president says he's talked to President Trump about plans for development of projects in Central America aimed at reducing the.

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UN court orders US to lift some Iran sanctions

America's Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

UN court orders US to lift some Iran sanctions

"The United Nation's highest court Wednesday ordered the US lift sanctions on Iran that affect imports of humanitarian goods and products and services linked to the safety of civil aviation. Now, the ruling by the international court of Justice is legally binding. But it remains to be seen if the administration will comply President Trump, of course, move to restore tough sanctions in may after withdrawing from Tehran's nuclear accord with world powers Iran challenged the sanctions and a case filed in July at the international court of

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"un court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To records that they say show that when the president's parents died they transferred well over a billion dollars in wealth to their children. So the paper makes this estimate that that would have produced a tax Bill of at least five hundred and fifty million dollars. But the paper reports the family employed a variety of tax dodges in order to pay only fifty two point two million dollars. The New York State Department of taxation and finance says the state is looking into. Into the allegations the United Nation's highest court is ordering the US to lift sanctions on Iran. The UN court says the sanctions affect imports of humanitarian goods and products and services linked to the safety of civil aviation. This comes three months after President Trump withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal in Iran challenge, the new sanctions to the international court of Justice. Well, if you own a cell phone, you may receive a direct message from the president this afternoon since two thousand twelve there have been more than forty thousand regional alerts on the emergency alert system, including weather and amber alerts, but this test is for a much wider presidential alert though, there are tests on other mediums. This is the first national test cell phones. Wade Whitmer explains why the need for an additional way to alert people. There was concern that Americans weren't necessarily watching radio and TV, especially in the evenings. Maybe at one Johnson who directs the public alert warning system for FEMA says this system of alert has a very serious intention, and that is how it should be utilized and should be reserved for true situations. True emergencies when we need to get the public's attention. The tone will sound at two eighteen eastern this afternoon. Officials say the alerts will sound as long as devices are turned on even if it's on mute or do not disturb. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty still to come. How some airlines are looking to improve the distance between seats without really giving. You more legroom? I'm Jim shanavie..

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UN court to rule if the US needs to ditch Iran sanctions

BBC World Service

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

UN court to rule if the US needs to ditch Iran sanctions

"On business daily ahead of highly charged elections. They're far right against far-left. Seems to be the choice facing most voters that's fueled by the specter of endemic corruption in the country half of its mainstream politicians and are facing investigation. So what's next for Brazil in a couple of minutes?

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"un court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:19 min | 3 years ago

"un court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the bbc world service i made butler and today owned business daily i am in china on the streets of umbrella town it's real name is some shower a community entirely premise on the making of umbrellas just as other industrial towns here have been built to make underwear shoes spectacles what's the future here but these single issue hubs join me here in umbrella town in china after the news abc news with eyeing mccue in a rare spat between two close allies president trump has hit back at the british prime minister who condemned him for retweeting inflammatory antiislamic videos mr trump said theresa may should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to what he called the destructive radical islamic terrorism taking place in britain the united states as china to cut off oil exports to north korea in a bid to stop pyongyang's developing nuclear weapons the request comes after north korea tested a longrange missile on weddnesday pope francis has arrived in bangladesh the first pontiff to visit the country in thirty years he'll be meeting some of the more than six hundred thousand mahindra muslims who in recent months have been fleeing a campaign of violence in neighbouring myanmar in myanmar earlier this week the pontiff chose not to the fair to the hinge of i name in his public utterances an inquiry has been launched into how a bosnian croat war criminal slobodan praljak was able to commit suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he smuggled into the un court in the hague general proud yet drank the poison on weddnesday moments after the tribunal rejected his appeal against a twenty year jail sentence the oilexporters group opec his meeting in vienna to discuss whether to extend the production curbs that have thought to have contributed to higher crude oil prices the sheer united arab emirates has denied that a former egyptian prime minister ahmed shafique is being prevented from travelling to cairo mr shefi who wants to stand as a candidate in next year's egyptian presidential election appeared on aljazeera television to say he was being barred from leaving and there's a nationwide power blackout.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"un court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reporters and correspondent the bbc world service right here on wnyc am and fm new york oceans stories and you series for the compass with me liz bonin begins after the news for the fifty countries with a coastline on the indian ocean it's a tempting place to make money so the ocean economy represents a new i would say these he'll restful mauritius there is a big medical future and the water i i'm liz bonnin and after the news i'll bring you more ocean stories for the compass bbc news with ice mccue in a rare spat between two close allies president trump has hit back at the british prime minister who had condemned him for retweeting inflammatory antiislamic videos mr trump said theresa may should spend less time criticizing him and pay more attention to what he called the destructive radical islamic terrorism and bersin the united states has asked china to cut off oil exports to north korea in a bid to stop pyongyang's developing nuclear weapons the request comes after north korea tested an intercontinental missile on weddnesday an inquiry has been launched into her bosnian croat war criminal slobodan praljak was able to commit suicide by drinking poison from a small bottle he'd smuggled into the un court in the hague general new york drank the poison on wednesday moment self to the tribunal rejected his appeal against a twenty year jail sentence the oilexporters group opec his meeting in vienna to discuss whether to extend the production curbs the gia thought to have contributed to higher crude oil prices this year pope francis hand celebrated a mass for young people on the final day of his visit to myanmar he's traveling to bangladesh where he will meet some of their hinge a minority who fled a campaign of violence in myanmar the united arab emirates has denied that a former egyptian prime minister ahmed shafique is being prevented from travelling to cairo mr shefi who wants to stand as a candidate in next year's egyptian presidential election appeared on aljazeera television to say he was being barred from leaving and a court in argentina has given its verdict tom.

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"un court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"un court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Navy plane crash conyers under pressure on john trout the us navy says eight people who were recovered from the crash of a transport aircraft in the pacific are in good condition barbara star reports the search continues for three other personnel us and japanese forces continuing their search and rescue mission about five hundred miles southeast of the japanese island of okinawa way in the philippine sea again three remain unaccounted for another former staffer of michigan democratic congressman john conyers claims he sexually harassed her that according to court documents house democrat gregory makes says an ethics investigation is in the works i really think the probably appropriate thing right now is he should step down as the ranking member of the year every committee uh and uh and be subject to uh this ethics investigations were you answers declaring that the violence against roe hinge on muslims in me on mark constitutes ethnic cleansing correspondent michelle kazan reports several hanging villages burned to the ground extreme violence and murder hundreds of thousands of this minority had fled and crossed the border into bangladesh former bosnian serb army commander ratko mladic she has been found guilty of war crimes by a un court in the hague charges include genocide and extermination meteorologist chad myers as you travel weather on this thanksgiving eve other than maybe seattle and portland we will see some slowdowns there but the new york city the city also even into boston that's where we're going to get 45 minutes to an hour you're just going to have to do is take your time we for things the rain will be over by about noon six o'clock the for boston probably 3 o'clock run connecticut but take your time it'll be wet roads and slow airport sudiro adjust chad myers weather in new york city tomorrow for the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade sunny.

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"un court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"un court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Searching for three people still missing after a military plane crashed into the sea defence officials say the crash happened shortly after take off from the aircraft carrier uss ronald reagan and early indications to point to some kind of engine failure aboard the plane now all american helicopters station aboard the uss ronald reagan the aircraft carrier recovered eight of the eleven personnel from the water fox's lucas tom said at the pentagon says those eight survivors are in good condition twenty two years after us of nato forces l bend the bosnian war a bosnian serb general convicted in a un court fox's simon owen live in our european bureau dave rats claim milosevic convicted of genocide and crimes against humanity the un's crimes tribunal in the netherlands zero accused in termed it to destroy the bus there must have says for brennan saw presiding judge sang milosevic commanded forces responsible for the worst atrocities of the goal including the massacre of eight thousand muslims in trebrinje tsa for having committed these crimes the chamber synthesis mr rock kamla outage to life imprisonment a his lawyer promising an appeal day feminist millions travel for thanksgiving president trump's already in florida at resort and it was up early tweeting about the nfl and love our ball before travelling yesterday the president seemed to back roy more the alabama republican senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct they thought of the nile adding we don't need a liberal democrat doug jones elected an alabama jonas quoting of residents are vodka and adds saying she has no reason in the doors accusers he was a big deal in the 1970s the amid cassidy has died in a number one hit with that song from the partridge family tv show that made him famous selling millions of records and posters lunchboxes even bubblegum gas he was only sixty seven died of the florida hospital of organ failure fox news.

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"un court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"un court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Searching for three people still missing after a military plane crashed into the sea defence officials say the crash happened shortly after take off from the aircraft carrier uss ronald reagan and egged indications to point to some kind of engine failure aboard the plane now at american helicopter station aboard the uss ronald reagan the aircraft carrier recovered eight of the eleven personnel from the water fox's lucas tomlinson at the pentagon says those aid survivors are in good condition twenty two years after us of nato forces in the bosnian war a bosnian serb general convicted in a un court fox's simon owen live in our european bureau dave ross claim h convicted of genocide and crimes against humanity at the un's war crimes drive you know that the netherlands uh juiced in turned it to destroy the bus near mussim cisar benetton he presiding judge sang mladic commanded forces responsible for the worst atrocities of the wall including the massacre of eight thousand muslims and trebrinje tsa for having committed this crime the chamber censuses mr outcome each to life imprisonment that h his lawyer promising an appeal day feminist millions travel for thanksgiving president trump's already in florida at is resorting he was up early tweeting about the nfl and love our ball before travelling yesterday the president seemed him back roy more the alabama republican senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct total denial adding we don't need a liberal democrat doug jones elected in alabama jones's quoting the president's daughter ivanka and adds saying she has in the doubles accusers he he was a big deal in the 1970s david cassidy has died he had a.

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"un court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"un court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Levy on retained earnings of large corporations we'll have more in fifteen minutes us intelligence detailing a report today that says china's beefing up its military presence around the globe and trying to break down on with china perceived as a us led world order the and r a says it supports banning bump stock devices that turned semi automatic guns into machineguns spain's government is vowing that catalonia will not become an independent state and the new 38 parallel report says if kim jong un attack south koreanjapan as many as two point one million people would die global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries in san francisco i'm ed baxter this is bloomberg julia and thanks so much let's continue our conversation with alex long direct to asset management ample capital on the line from hong kong said alex mathie markets in china every i pen on monday and of course in the late up t to patti congress at the end of this month we are expecting stability everyone knows that but what do you think waiting to see an tens of the land do you think is going to be any language that could undermine its recent strength oh i think we go trading activity it though it up over one i think up because of it or whether you have product that they have already but you at collected already rebounded uh made a quick call on iran will not be put strong and activity people wanted that they even current during the korean quite an extra had already so i think product lot luanda angop equal strong and the market activity uh e by the way of what the un court right now so i've been cut it may not be crucial alex if you were to put new capital to work in china is there a sector or an industry group that you would target right now oh i think of all key upstream manufacturer policeman strong uh if you look at the the ppi after the other if got we make okay i'm begging you he quantities an awful cap it that the king and it love that high of compact with donald trump clapping upstream manufactured put feel it with the okay your club bullish as well on manufacturers in the tech space particularly intensive what lay gang to say we thing you.

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