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Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last month

Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'

"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few

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Dozens of Afghan Women Rescued From Kabul

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:07 min | Last month

Dozens of Afghan Women Rescued From Kabul

"I want to begin your weekend. Perhaps with a story of heroism before going to the reality of our shame. The story of heroism comes from the great. Britain's telegraph newspaper. I read in the morning is the financial times the second at the telegraph. Then the times of israel. Then i get to the american papers. They only started earlier right so they're hours ahead of us for the news cycles. A little bit more developed this story. I got yesterday afternoon from a friend. Sent this to me. So i cannot claim credit for having spotted it. It showed up last night. I put it online. It went everywhere. And i've reposted it because it just makes you realize heroes. We have lots of heroes in the united states especially in the military who and and the police force and the firefighters. We celebrate them on september eleventh. Then we forget them too. Often we celebrate them on memorial weekend and on veterans day. And then forget them. But i'll tell ya every day in the world they're heroes. The headline of this doesn't of afghan women rescued from kabul in the first ever the first ever israeli emirati aid mission. Remember a year ago. Donald trump presided over the abraham accords. That the united arab emirates and israel signed bringing a warm peace in the middle east followed soon by bahrain and other countries. The story reaches really aid. Workers and the united arab emirates have completed a daring rescue mission that saw dozens of sportswomen female rights activists and a singer at risk of taliban reprisal spirited to safety inaba the nail biting evacuation use local contacts together forty-one afghans from various locations in kabul. And then bust them through taliban checkpoints and over the northern border into tajekistan before flying to the united arab emirates the israeli emirati mission which happened earlier. This month is the first joint humanitarian project between the two middle eastern countries and is part of growing cooperation following the signing of the abraham cords last year which normalized relations

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3 Former US Officials Charged in UAE Hacking Scheme

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

3 Former US Officials Charged in UAE Hacking Scheme

"Three former US military and intelligence officials have admitted to helping the United Arab Emirates based company hack into computers in the US and around the world the defendants are accused of providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the company that conducted hacking operations on behalf of the UAE governments the three men agreed to pay nearly one point seven million dollars to resolve criminal charges and agreement that the justice department described as the first of its kind the case is an example of what appears to be a growing trend in X. U. S. intelligence officials being hard approach to bolster the spike off to foreign governments a practice officials have said risk facing US secrets I'm Karen Shamus

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3 Former U.S. Intelligence Operatives Admit Hacking for United Arab Emirates

the NewsWorthy

00:51 sec | Last month

3 Former U.S. Intelligence Operatives Admit Hacking for United Arab Emirates

"Three former. Us intelligence and military officials were behind an international hacking scheme newly released court documents show. They admitted the united arab emirates hired them to hack into computer networks around the world including right here in the us. They also sent advanced hacking technology from the us to help the uae spy on its enemies a team there ended up breaking into the computers and smartphones of thousands of targets including rival governments journalists and human rights activists. The justice department says the men committed computer fraud and violated export laws. But they made a deal to avoid a criminal trial instead. They'll have to pay almost one point seven million dollars in fines between the three of them and they'll have to cooperate with federal investigation. The men will also never again be able to get a us. Government security clearance. The justice department called it a first of its kind resolution so far. The emirati government has not commented

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Afghan Women Report Forced Marriages to Flee Country

CNN 5 Things

00:39 sec | Last month

Afghan Women Report Forced Marriages to Flee Country

"Afghan women and girls at evacuation center in the united arab emirates have reported being forced into marriage outside kabul airport. So they could escape the country as taliban seized power. That's according to sources familiar with the matter. The sources say families paid men eligible for evacuation thousands of dollars to marry or pose as husbands for the women to flee the incidents underscore the desperation among afghans to leave the country after the taliban takeover and the fear of what their rule might mean for women and girls. It's unclear how widespread the issue is but it prompted enough concern for us diplomats in the united arab emirates to send a cable.

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Does Joe Biden Even Want To Be President?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Does Joe Biden Even Want To Be President?

"We don't know if you'll buy never wanted to be president or if that he was put into that position as the kind of cheap backup plan but we do know though or we can suspect as we should ask the question destroyed by president. Now right now does. Joe biden wants be president if joe biden was given a chance with one hundred sixty nine million dollars to flee america to go to the united arab emirates. I bet he'd take it. You think joe biden wants to take questions on afghanistan. no he doesn't he flees. Joe biden also has been making strange statements about how can might be taking over at anytime soon. Joe biden seems uninterested. In the fact that americans are stranded in kabul. It really does the question. Does he want to be president and usually when you prop up leaders. They don't always want to be president. They want the trappings of the president presidency. But they don't actually want to have to go through the pressure

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Italian Alleged Mobster Linked to Stolen Van Goghs Is Held in Dubai

America First

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Italian Alleged Mobster Linked to Stolen Van Goghs Is Held in Dubai

"Most wanted men has been arrested in Dubai. Italian police say the alleged cocaine traffickers suspected of having bought two stolen van Gogh paintings on the black market was arrested on August 4th. Rafael in pity. Allah is being held in the United Arab Emirates, while Italy's Justice Ministry completes extradition procedures. The 46 year old is an alleged kingpin and the Naples based camera organized crime syndicate. Wanted in Italy for alleged international drug trafficking and money laundering. In 2016 to then go paintings that had been stolen in 2000 and two from an Amsterdam museum were found stashed in a farmhouse on property in Italy, owned by MPD Ali.

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Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Emerges in the UAE

Here & Now

00:17 sec | 2 months ago

Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Emerges in the UAE

"United Arab Emirates says it is accepted former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his family for humanitarian considerations. Ghani fled Afghanistan just as the Taliban approach Kabul Statement, carried by the U. S State run news agency did not say where Ghani was in the country.

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British Navy Group: Hijackers Have Left Vessel off UAE Coast

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

British Navy Group: Hijackers Have Left Vessel off UAE Coast

"The British navy says hijackers who boarded a vessel off the coast of the United Arab Emirates in the Gulf of Amman who left the ship the notice comes off to the British military's United Kingdom maritime trade operations group warned of a potential hijack on the on the clear circumstances the night before the group that reported that the vessel was safe he did not provide further details about the event which is unfolded amid heightened tensions between Iran and the west of the two runs batted twenty fifteen nuclear deal with world powers over the past few years commercial shipping in the vital Persian Gulf waterways has increasingly been caught in the cross has I'm Charles the last month

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2 Ships off UAE in Gulf of Oman Warn They've Lost Control

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

2 Ships off UAE in Gulf of Oman Warn They've Lost Control

"Two ships in the Gulf of Amman kovil they've lost control the ships off the coast of the United Arab Emirates Abril costing warnings that they've lost control of the steering on to unclear circumstances US authorities report an incident was on the way in the area the two vessels on oil tanker called the golden brilliant on the asphalt carrier reported by the automatic identification system trackers they were not on the compound that typically means a vessel has lost power the condo longer still the British military's United Kingdom maritime trade operations has only one ships that an incident is currently under way without elaborating I'm Charles the last month

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Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Trump Ally Tom Barrack Pleads Not Guilty to Foreign Agent Charges

"Ally and former inaugural chairman. Tom barrack appeared in federal court today where he pleaded not guilty to charges that he secretly lobbied the united states on behalf of the united arab emirates. He was arrested last tuesday in los angeles and was released on bail on friday on a staggering. Two hundred fifty million dollars bond

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Trump Inaugural Committee Chair to Be Released on $250M Bail

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Trump Inaugural Committee Chair to Be Released on $250M Bail

"The former chair former president trump's inaugural committee is scheduled to be arraigned on charges that he was secretly lobbying the U. S. on behalf of the United Arab Emirates even as he saw the diplomatic post in the Middle East Tom barrack was ordered freed on two hundred and fifty million dollars bail on Friday he was arrested Tuesday Los Angeles near his home Barrick is expected to plead not guilty to conspiring to influence U. S. policy on the UAE's behalf during trump's twenty sixteen campaign and while trump was president barrack the founder of private equity firm colony capital was among three men charged in the case in New York prosecutors say he uses long professional friendship with trump to benefit the UAE without disclosing his ties to the U. S. government I'm Julie Walker

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Trump Ally Tom Barrack Charged With Acting as Foreign Agent

Morning Edition

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Trump Ally Tom Barrack Charged With Acting as Foreign Agent

"One of former President Donald Trump's old friends, who also advised him has been charged with trying to steer American policy in favor of a foreign country. Federal prosecutors say Tom Barrack lobbied for the United Arab Emirates between 2000 and 16 and 2000 and 18. But he did not register as an agent of a foreign country with us now is NPR contributor Ilian Marital Alia. Good morning. You've been covering the relationship between barrack and Trump for a very long time. What is their deal? Tom Barrack is a 74 year old private equity investor based in California. He's very successful. He was on the cover of Forbes. Once in 2000 and five They called him the world's best real estate investor. And in his personal style. He is smooth and gracious and self facing. He connected with Donald Trump a long time ago, 1988 when Barrack was handling the sale of the Plaza Hotel, and Trump wanted it. Trump bought the hotel for $390 million but ended up selling it a few years later at a loss but listen to how Tom Barrack described that transaction at the Republican National Convention in 2016, he says it was Trump who got the better of the deal. Barrack said Trump told him You just tell me the things that I should know? And how to fix it, and I'll do this deal. He played me like a Steinway piano. Mm. So the two men became friends. Baruch became one of the few major business leaders to endorse Trump early in 2016, and that's the point in time where this indictment picks up, Okay. And so what do prosecutors say? Baruch did According to the indictment, right around the time that Tom Barrack started raising money for the Trump campaign and vouching for Trump with the business community, he also embarked on a conspiracy to influence the candidates take positions favorable to the United Arab Emirates. So in an energy policy speech in Bismarck, North Dakota candidate Trump said he would take the United States out of the Paris climate

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Trump Ally Tom Barrack Charged With Acting as UAE Agent

All In with Chris Hayes

01:33 min | 3 months ago

Trump Ally Tom Barrack Charged With Acting as UAE Agent

"Another. Close trump associate arrested and charged with crimes of corruption. And his name is tom. Barrack is a billionaire businessman. He is accused of illegally lobbying. Donald trump on behalf of the united arab emirates prosecutors in the eastern district york today. Unsealing a huge seven count. Forty six page. Indictment go through it. We've got a reporter. Who's reporting on this. But this is a very important development a bunch of reasons not the least of which because when we last met here at this desk last night we were talking about the fate of the rule of law in the air of donald trump and particularly in the period where the justice department changed hands from attorney general in bar and then the final days of the trump administration. The lackey jeff rosen to joe. Biden's new attorney. General merrick garland last night. Here on this program. We were critical of the fact that justice department had according to reporting declined to prosecute trump's secretary of commerce wilbur. Ross that was according to reporting from both the associated press and government executive. Now that decision not to prosecute a came after the commerce department's own inspector general found at loss had lied to congress about a citizenship question that he wanted to add to the twenty twenty cents. We have an important update to that story. The government executive have both issued corrections. Clarifying that in fact it was the trump justice department that made the decision not to prosecute. Ross not the biden administration which is of course a very very big difference

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Trump Inaugural Committee Head Accused of Being UAE Agent

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Trump Inaugural Committee Head Accused of Being UAE Agent

"The man who chaired Donald trump's inaugural committee has been arrested on charges alleging he was an unregistered foreign agent days before the twenty seventeen and all of your old Tom Barrick says he's long time friend gave specific orders the campaign is over I'm not president for all the people I want you to build a bridge and tie them back in I want to heal the wounds Derek is the latest in a long line of trump associates facing criminal charges federal prosecutors say the wealthy investor conspired to influence trump's foreign policy positions to benefit the United Arab Emirates well giving officials their sensitive information about trump administration developments two other men have been charged with Berwick Sager make ani Washington

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Hard-Line Judiciary Head Wins Iran Presidency as Turnout Low

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Hard-Line Judiciary Head Wins Iran Presidency as Turnout Low

"The hard liners who runs Iran's judiciary has won its presidential election even him racy one seventeen point eight million votes out of the twenty eight point six million cast in Friday's election that dominates the other three candidates two of them are hard liners in the other one was the former central bank chief of Iran's relatively moderate president Hassan Rouhani never races win signifies a major victory for hardliners who taking control of both the Iranian parliament as well as now the presidency Jon Gambrell in Dubai United Arab Emirates

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Improving Health Care Access with Pediatrician Dr.Bariah Dardari

Outcomes Rocket

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Improving Health Care Access with Pediatrician Dr.Bariah Dardari

"I have the privilege of hosting the outstanding dr berea dardari. She is a physician and leading expert in child health with more than twenty years experience. She established the first pediatric. Integrative medicine clinic in the uae. The united arab emirates with the following profiles of pediatric consultant at hackensack. Pediatrics neonatologist in the past Consultant paediatrician at the american hospital and dubai. She has extensive experience working with pediatrics. And also the nick you just a very talented physician leader. That's also focused on benefiting broader revenge communities across different sectors to improve access is one of her main goals. And so today. Were going to be having a great conversation with dr dardari. I am so privileged to have you here. Dr welcome eight kick. Thank you for this opportunity. I'm excited as well. Yeah and so you know before we start kind of dive into some of the things that you're seeing and doing in the field talk to us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. Sure it's going to sound cheesy but to me. Health care is not just a job or career on thinking what inspires me in healthcare is that you're providing a service your patience your community and your fellow humans. I really like the human connection often physician especially kitchen and being with my patient throughout their lives moment beat a beautiful moments such as meeting their first child for the first time or stressful movements In yeah it's Pediatric physicians are just such incredible people. I've never been with the physician even with my son and not felt like they cared. Like i mean you guys have the biggest hearts thank you they make it. Easy smiled their innocence. You know

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Where Are We in the Hydrogen Hype Cycle?

The Interchange

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Where Are We in the Hydrogen Hype Cycle?

"I spent a lot of time thinking about technologies that are in their early days today. But where you can just feel the momentum or in some cases the hype building it's generally pretty unscientific exercise as you can imagine. I mean how do you measure the level of hype around a particular technology but one of my little hacks to make it. At least marginally quantitative is use google trends which lets you track. The volume of google searches over time for particular words or phrases so today's episode is all about hydrogen and particularly green hydrogen. So here's what google trends has to tell us the hype around the term green hydrogen really only started to build in late twenty nineteen early twenty twenty. So it's pretty recent but it's been on a steady upward trajectory worldwide. Since then but more interesting perhaps is the geography of these searches. Denmark is far and away the country with the most search activity around green hydrogen more than double the next country according to google. The top ten is rounded out with in order nepal united arab emirates australia singapore new zealand oman norway the uk and canada. The us is number twelve in case you are wondering so setting aside nepal for a second. Maybe somebody can explain what's going on and hydrogen in nepal to me but apart from that the list basically makes sense. I think you could basically group. The country's into three categories. The first group is europe and especially northern europe which is home to i think the most early government support for green hydrogen and where the market indeed may actually take off i.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Jessica Rosenthal. This week. Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and the United States made it official all signing the Abraham accords allowing for normalization between Israel and the U 80 and Israel and Bahrain. We are witnessing today in nutrient that will create a better path for the Middle East. This peace accord, which is a historic achievement for the United States of America, the state of Israel and the United Arab Emirates will continue to have a positive impact as we believe that it's the reverberations will be refracted reflected on the entire region. Youe Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Bin Sultan all night Han spoke from the White House alongside Bahrain's Foreign minister, President Trump and Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu. Israel suspended plans to annex parts of the West Bank and that paves the way for diplomatic ties between The country's ambassadorships flights. Cultural exchanges, business deals, the Middle East has been set back by conflict and mistrust. Causing untold destruction on thwarting the potential off generations off. Our best and brightest young people. Abdellatif bin Rashid Al Zayani is the foreign minister of Bahrain. He attributed the deal to the statesmanship of President Trump. Some Mideast, analysts and experts have said. While the Israeli Palestinian conflict may have been front of mind 20 years ago and prevented deals like these now larger, more pressing geopolitical issues began taking precedence for Arab leaders, Iran and its use of proxy civil wars in Syria and Yemen, the spread of radical Islam and Isis. So what is driving them ballistically? They believe there's been your stagnation in the region because of Iran because of the Palestinians. Secondly, Always refusing to accept any concession made by the Israelis. General Jack Keane is a retired four star general, the chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and Fox News, Senior strategic analyst. They refer to it as a rejection ist attitude. And they're tired of it because no progress is being made, and that's a factor here. Meanwhile, because of the threat of Iran because of the threat of radicals loan, Israel has moved closer to the Arabs in the region. Quite frankly, it's not well known publicly. Israel shares considerable amount of intelligence With the kingdom of Saudi Arabia and with the U. S, A. And Jordan And and they go back and forth and visit each other privately on do it covertly, so it's not available for public consumption. Countries have been moving closer together. Some other factors came in. That also contributed to what one Is the Obama administration came in and for the entire eight years they believe that what was necessary was a policy shift away from the Arabs and away from Israel. Carry on attempt. To appease Iran and bring them into the community of nations so that they would act responsibly and stopped in malign aggressive behavior. The vehicle to do that was so called nuclear deal, or J. C P away on major concessions were made that Iranians particularly The removal of sanctions and giving them back a sanction relief money, which which was an excess of $100 million. That was 2015 general didn't did the country's thie Arab nations. Look at that deal. Look at the Iran deal and say It sounds like you're going to say yes, that that they said Whoa, Wait a second. What about us? What? Where you guys going with this? But what is really strange about the Obama administration. They moved away from all of our Arab allies in the region to accommodate the Iran's desires and number two They put more pressure on Israel. I moved away from them and supporting them than any president we've had since the Israeli stay was formed in 1948. So enter the Trump Administration. They truly did not know for sure. What President Trump was going to do. And I know this for a fact because I was talking to the leaders in the region. Remember, there was a lot of rhetoric about Middle East Wars unnecessary and most wars. We're gonna pull out of these wars. So we gotta stop doing this in the Middle East, so they didn't know what to expect. And they were surprised when his first international trip Was to Riyadh in July of 2017 54 leaders from the from the region there in the room and a paraphrase of what he said is this and this was the catalyst for change. He said. I will stand with you. Against the strategic objective in the region, which is a long and I will. I will help you and dealing with Islamic extremism who has as its epicenter. The Middle East. I am with you on this. Let me follow up with you on what you said earlier about the idea that many Arab leaders were growing frustrated with the Palestinians that they had this rejectionist attitude. Let's talk for a second about the Arab peace initiative because that is something the Saudis came up with almost two decades ago, and it said normalization between Arab countries and Israel is ago if conditioned on Palestinian happiness, really, the Israelis appeasing Palestinians and giving Palestinians you know a state withdrawing from certain territories, etcetera, and to this day we have Saudi Arabia is foreign minister saying We are not normalizing ties until that era peace initiative is met till till the standards of that are met and the Qataris as well. So not all of the Arab world sounds on board. Even Jordan has said. Jordanian officials have said. We also are waiting for Israel to make nice really with the Palestinians..

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"The people of the Middle East will no longer allow hatred of Israel to be fomented as an excuse for radicalism or extremism so important and they will no longer allow the great destiny of their region to be denied. On my first foreign trip as president, I had the honor of addressing the leaders of more than 54, Arab and Muslim nations in Saudi Arabia. My message that day was very simple. I urged the nations of the Middle East to set aside their differences, unite against the common enemy of civilization and work together toward the noble aims of security and prosperity. I offered America's friendship. I offered America's help. But I said clearly that the nations of the regions had to decide what kind of a future they wanted for their Children and for their families and for their nation itself. No One could make that choice for them. They had to do that themselves. Today, the world sees that they're choosing cooperation over conflict, friendship over M Nitti prosperity over poverty and hope over despair. They're choosing a future in which Arabs and Israelis, Muslims, Jews and Christians can live together, pray together and dreamed together side by side in harmony community in peace. Once again let me congratulate the people of Israel, The people of the United Arab Emirates and the people of the Kingdom of Bahrain. God bless you all. This is an incredible day for the world. This is a really wonderful and beautiful occasion. I want to thank all of the members of Congress for being here. Senators, congressmen, congresswomen. We just appreciate it so much. Everybody wanted to be here. It's a very important day for the world. Is a very important day for peace that is South Lawn ceremony at the White House with the president and among those on hand for today's event, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Ladies and gentlemen, Mr President this day is a pivot of history. It heralds a new dawn of peace. For thousands of years, The Jewish people have prayed for peace. For decades, The Jewish state has prayed for peace. And this is why today were filled. With such profound gratitude. I am grateful to you, President Trump for your decisive leadership. You have unequivocally stood by Israel side. You have boldly confronted the tyrants of Tehran. You've proposed a realistic vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, and you have successfully brokered The historic peace that we're signing today. A peace that has brought supporting Israel in America in the Middle East. Indeed, in the entire world,.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Fox's trading Ste. Senior advisor Jared Kushner and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem to discuss that US Israel peace deal that was announced earlier this month. Kushner was joined by U. S National Security advisor Robert O'Brien. The pair will travel tomorrow morning on the first ever official public flight from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi. They will be joined by an Israeli delegation of business and tech leaders on an El al plane that has now been painted with the word peace in English, Hebrew and Arabic. Both Kushner and Netanyahu appear optimistic that other countries such as Oman and Bahrain, maybe normalizing ties in the near future with the Jewish Day, Israel's prime minister also dealing with allegations of corruption. Schism of his handling of the Corona virus pandemic. No progress on another Corona virus relief bill, the White House and congressional Democrats about a trillion dollars apart on a deal. White House chief of staff mark Medals and NBC's Meet the press talking about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Here's The problem is she puts forth a number suggests that she came down And yet she's willing to turn down $1.3 trillion of help that goes to the American people because she would rather them have nothing then to give way. The virus is blamed for more than 180 deaths in the United States and Indiana. Lawmaker wants to deny Corona virus unemployment aid to people engaging in violent protests These big city mayors are turning a blind eye that this type of violence so my bill the support Peaceful protest act. Would take away the enhanced federal benefits that $600 a week that these people are making to be professional protesters at night House Republican Jim Banks on Fox and friends those expired $600 benefits changed 2 $300 by executive order. I'm an Carrick.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Fox's trade jinxed senior advisor Jared Kushner and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Jerusalem to discuss that US Israel peace deal that was announced earlier this month. Kushner was joined by U. S National Security advisor Robert O'Brien. The pair will travel tomorrow morning on the first ever official public flight from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi. They will be joined by an Israeli delegation of Snus and tech leaders on an El al plane that has now been painted with the word peace in English, Hebrew and Arabic. Both Kushner and Netanyahu appear optimistic that other countries such as Oman and Bahrain, maybe normalizing ties in the near future with the Jewish Day. Israel's prime minister also dealing with allegations of corruption amid criticism of his handling of the Corona virus pandemic. No progress on another Corona virus relief bill, the White House and congressional Democrats about a trillion dollars apart on a deal. White House chief of staff mark medals and NBC's Meet the Press talking about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Here's the problem is, she puts forth a number suggests that she came down and yet she's willing to turn down $1.3 trillion of help that goes to the American people because she would rather them have nothing then to give way. The virus is blamed for more than 180 deaths in the United States and Indiana. Lawmaker wants to deny Corona virus unemployment aid to people engaging in violent Protests. These big city mayors are turning a blind eye that this type of violence so my bill, the support Peaceful protest Act would take away the enhanced federal benefits that $600 a week that these people are making to be professional protesters at night House Republican Jim Banks on Fox and friends those expired $600 benefits changed 2 $300 by executive order..

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Call with friends. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of is you and Crown friend's mom is a of the United Arab Emirates is where they agreed to finalize a historical peace agreement. Everybody said this would be impossible. After 49 years, Israel and the United Arab Emirates will fully normalized diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors and begin cooperation across the board. And on a broad range of areas, including terrorism, education, healthcare, trade and security. Tell me about yesterday what were to make of it yesterday's events. Uh, we're well. President. Trump described described it as huge, And in fact it was. It was a huge breakthrough. Uh, you know, of course, the commentators already saying that Trump was just looking for a headline overshadow the Camilla Harris story, but it's really It's really not so Uh, this really is a big deal other than Egypt and Jordan, no country in the Middle East and there to establish full relations with Israel. And this particular one has strategic geopolitical significance on a very high level, and the reason is because The United Arab Emirates. It is a well it's for those who don't know it's relatively conservative Arab country it's located in the Persian Gulf. Jason, Saudi Arabia and directly across the water from Iran has been going on for a while, covertly, but now it's becoming official. Iran is certainly helping a lot of Arab nations. Begin to see Israel as a strategic partner just because they all share a least one thing in common, and that is their Ani's at best unease with Hamas and And Iran. Correct? Yes, it's true. Iran is actually creating these alliances. We just had that incident in Lebanon that massive explosion And everyone's wondering. Well, what was it? It was in a fireworks factory supposedly well to us here in Israel. It's obvious that it wass Kids. Bulla ammunitions has always stored there ammunitions in in the civilian facilities and their weapons and explosives and bomb making facilities, a role in civilian Uh, places and because kids below with his controlled by Iran kids below terrorists. Uh, they basically controlled Lebanon at this point a ran fingerprints are there unintentional fingerprints are all over this agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. How significant is it? The moves made in terms of the established recognizing the established establishment of Jerusalem as the capital and the movement of the embassy. What did that signified to Israelis? For those words, that may not totally understand it? Well, you have to remember that there were eight years of the Obama Biden, an administration that were disastrous for the Israel United States relationship. Those tears There was so much tension and I recall president but the vice president And and visit to Israel, and during that period of time, there was a previous of previously scheduled meeting by the Jerusalem Planning Board, during which they approved the building of the new neighborhood on DH. Biden went through the roof. He was furious. In furious how Israel would they do something like that? Uh, Secretary of State, Clinton called up, Uh, Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel's prime minister, and gave him a stern lecture. How do you allow Ah Planning board and give approval for building in Jerusalem. When Vice President Biden is there. Another story that should have received more attention was the indictment a former FBI attorney Kevin client, Smith,.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The United Arab Emirates as a great day for peace Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says this could lay the groundwork for similar changes across the Middle East. The agreement brings to an end 49 years of animosity and conflict between the nations, Israel and the United Yeah, Remember, it's will fully normalize their diplomatic relations. They will exchange embassies and ambassadors. President Trump said that other countries could follow the lead of the United Arab Emirates. We are already discussing this with you. Other nations. It's very powerful, very good nations and people that want to see peace in the Middle East. Under the agreement to normalize relations, Israel will stop applying sovereignty to certain areas of the West Bank and put a halt to seeking annexation. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. New York officials are reporting that the state's Cove in 19 positivity rate within testing is registering it under 1% for the fifth straight day. Governor Cuomo says there were a record number of tests yesterday with just under 88,000 screened 737 new active cases identified. That's 438 in the city 73 on Long Island 33 in Westchester. Over the past 24 hours, 10 more covert 19 related deaths were reported statewide. CDC officials say this fall could be the worst. Time for public health. As the virus meets the flu, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield says it becomes even more important for people to wear masks socially distance wash hands and stay away from crowds, He adds. Americans should get a flu shot, saying the seasonal flu will add more stress to hospitals on top of Cove in 19 here, just people to be even more cautious as the two sicknesses threatened public health Mayor De Blasio is insisting on the plan. TTO have school started scheduled on September 10th despite a call from principal union leaders asking for In person learning to be delayed. The principals and administrators feel there are a lot of unanswered questions and concerns related to Corona virus and feel they may not be writing the fact that there's a lot of outstanding questions doesn't scare me. We're going to deal with the questions. I want to keep making progress every day. The mayor says The city has nearly a month to deal with them and in person learning is crucial for kids. He also says the city has found a way to get a certified nurse in every school following concerns of a shortage. I'm Kristen Marks for 77 W. ABC News. Former VP Joe Biden in California Senator Kamala Harris are focusing the early part of their campaign on the pandemic. They received a briefing on the subject today in Wilmington. Harris told reporters. Public health experts like the ones they're speaking to should be front and center during the country's response by said he had a great first day with Harris as his running mate. The Dow is down 119 points right now, the NASDAQ up 20 to the S and P, down eight points in sports. The Yanks beat the Braves 6 to 3. They host the Red Sox tomorrow night for the start of a.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Reason for the Dutch prime minister to hate me for Hungary, but he's attacking so harshly. The EU has long criticized or bon for cracking down on court, Civil society and the media, or Baden says this criticism is politically motivated. Somebody is not ready to accept the rule of law. I should leave the European Union immediate. But Orban is threatening to veto the YOU budget if it includes a caveat about rule of law for NPR news. I'm Joanna Caucasus. The U. S has the most number of death due to the Corona virus. More than 140,000 And cases continue to surge in California. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says Hiss City may have to issue another stay at home order. I think we're on the brink of that. But as I've told people over the last week the discipline I think a lot of people don't understand. Mayor's often have no control over what opens up and doesn't that's either at a state or county level. And I do agree that those things happened too quickly. Garcetti was interviewed on CNN State of the Union. Oregon officials are angry with President Trump for sending federal agents into Portland to deal with protests over police brutality and racism. NPR's Matthew Schwartz reports for 52 consecutive nights protesters have taken to the streets of Portland. But recently, in addition to local officers trying to keep the peace, federal agents have appeared using tear gas and batons to disperse the crowd, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler tells NPR It's a blatant abuse of police authority. This is an effort a last gasp effort. By a failed president with sagging polling data. Who's trying to look strong for his base Governor Kate Brown said. It's an example of the administration playing politics with people's lives. House lawmakers have asked the Department of Justice to open an investigation into what they say is excessive force against peaceful protesters. Matthew Schwartz NPR NEWS Washington Police and the FBI are looking for a gunman who shot the husband and the son of a federal judge in North Brunswick, New Jersey yesterday. Officials say the son died. Judge Esther Solace was not injured. Police say the gunman had appeared at their home wearing a FedEx uniform and three gunmen escaped after opening fire on a busy street in Washington, D C yesterday afternoon. Killing one person and wounding eight others. Police say that it appears they had targeted more than one person in a group. You're listening to NPR news. A spacecraft from the United Arab Emirates was launched from Japan today on the Arab world's first interplanetary mission. It's heading for Mars to gather information on its atmosphere is to arrive there in February, when the United Arab Emirates marks its 50th birthday. Major League Baseball is set to resume and abbreviated Susan. This week, NPR's Amy held reports, one of America's favorite pastimes will look different in the age of Corona virus. Some of the players masked high fives. How about socially distant heir slaps. Instead, the stands empty cardboard cutouts, taking the place of fans with pre recorded cheers ringing through the stadium. Exhibition games played in Washington, New York and Pittsburgh this weekend gave a peek at what the shortened 60 game regular season will look like. It begins Thursday with games in D, C and L A. And despite the changes were so happy to be back, that's Met's first baseman Pete Alonso, one team that won't be back to play at home, The Toronto Blue Jays. The Canadian government says it's not safe for the players to return from the U. S. The world's worst Corona virus hit country. Amy held NPR News in football. The NFL has told rookies to report to training camp this week with all players do next week. Some prominent players expressed their concerns about the Corona virus on Twitter yesterday, saying they want to play football, but they want to protect themselves and their loved ones. Throw breeze of the New Orleans Saints said If the NFL doesn't do its part to keep players healthy, there is no football in 2020..

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on WTVN

"Grows. Grocers suspected in the death of Dilling rose who was last seen in may officials say over forty thousand dollars and still. Property was recovered at their home. They believe the child was killed in late March. The Ohio State medical board rejecting a proposal to allow doctors to recommend the use of marijuana to treat opioid use disorder, depression, and insomnia. The board voted yesterday against the measure, citing a lack of scientific proof that cannabis is an effective form of treatment for those disorders group also table, the proposal to allow medical marijuana to be used to treat anxiety and autism. Cincinnati leaders decriminalizing possession of small amounts of marijuana city council passed an ordinance that eliminates penalties for possessing up to one hundred grams of the drug Thornton's doesn't allow people to smoke pot in public. It goes into effect in thirty days to tankers have reportedly been attacked in the Gulf of Oman, shipping sources tell Reuters tankers were attacked near the strait of hormones moves. The crews were evacuated safely. There was no media confirmation on the attacks earlier reports. A Norwegian oil, tanker was hit by a torpedo off the coast of the United Arab Emirates former Massachusetts. Governor Bill well, calling on President Trump to resign every said he would accept political dirt on his opponents from a foreign government while it's challenging. Trump for the Republican nomination in twenty twenty and said, Trump lacks a basic sense of right? And wrong doesn't respect the rule of law. Trump made the comment during an interview with ABC news. I'm Scott Jennings. Next report at seven for breaking news, weather alerts instantly follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news headlines. Get a complete updates at the top of the hour. Breaking news as it happens. Ten WTVN seventy seven percent of rural counties, lack sufficient primary healthcare, Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military medics in communities improving access for the health of America. The Blue Cross Blue shield association is an association of independent locally operated.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

"And the United Arab Emirates about heightened tensions in the region. The recommendations are maintained a high level of vigilance and keep a low profile tensions arising between the US and Iran. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants to know what the White House is doing about. This is an alarming lack of clarity here. There's a lack of strategy, and there's a lack of consultation, the president ought to come up with a strategy and make it clear to congress State Department also ordered non-essential government staff to leave Iraq right away. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the courts need to settle the fight over President Trump's taxes. Here's the saga megani. House panelists subpoenaed six years of the president's returns looking to see a piece paid what he does. And if his businesses create any conflicts of interest, but Mnuchin says treasuries unlikely to comply arguing if it did. Did it would set a bad precedent of allowing lawmakers to get confidential information for political purposes? This is why there are three branches of government. So if there is a difference of opinion, this will go to the third branch of government to be readjusted the ways and means committee has given the IRS until Friday to hand over the Trump returns saga megani. Washington to students suspected of shooting nine classmates killing one of them in their Colorado charter school appeared in court to face charges that include murder and attempted murder. DA? George Brock Brooklyn says the sixteen year old who was charged will be tried as an adult, but will not face the possibility of the death penalty year old.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

"And the United Arab Emirates about heightened tensions in the region. The recommendations are maintained a high level of vigilance and keep a low profile tensions arising between the US and Iran. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants to know what the White House is doing about this. There's an alarming lack of clarity here. There's no lack of strategy, and there's a lack of consultation, the president ought to come up with a strategy and make it clear to congress. The State Department also ordered non-essential government staff to leave Iraq right away. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the courts need to settle the fight over President Trump's taxes. Here's the saga megani. Panelists. Subpoenaed six years of the president's returns looking to see if he's paid what he does. And if his businesses create any conflicts of interest, but Mnuchin says treasuries unlikely to comply arguing if it did. Did it would set a bad precedent of allowing lawmakers to get confidential information for political purposes? This is why there are three branches of government. So if there is a difference of opinion, this will go to the third of branch of government to be readjusted the ways and means committee has given the IRS until Friday to hand over the Trump returns saga megani. Washington to students suspected of shooting nine classmates killing one of them in their Colorado charter school appeared in court to face charges that include murder and attempted murder. DA George Brooklyn says the sixteen year old who was charged will be tried as an adult, but will not face the possibility of the death penalty eighteen year old.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

"United Arab Emirates about heightened tensions in the region. The recommendations are maintain a high level of vigilance and keep a low profile tensions arising between the US and Iran. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer wants to know what the White House is doing about this. There's an alarming lack of clarity here. There's a lack of strategy, and there's a lack of consultation, the president ought to come up with a strategy and make it clear to congress. The State Department also ordered non-essential government staff to leave Iraq right away. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says the courts need to settle the fight over President Trump's taxes. Here's the saga megani. Health panelists. Subpoenaed six years of the president's returns looking to see if he's paid what he does. And if his businesses create any conflicts of interest, but Mnuchin says treasuries unlikely to comply. Arguing if it did it would set a bad precedent of allowing lawmakers to get confidential information for political purposes. This is why there are three branches of government. So if there is a difference of opinion, this will go to the third of branch of government to be readjusted the ways and means committee has given the IRS until Friday to hand over the Trump returns saga megani. Washington to students suspected of shooting nine classmates killing one of them in their Colorado charter school appeared in court to face charges that include murder and attempted murder. DA George Brooklyn says the sixteen year old who was charged will be tried as an adult, but will not face the possibility of the death penalty under our laws could technically be considered for that. I suppose if those aggravates exists, but candidly, I had done no analysis of that issue that all the governor of Alabama Kay Ivey is not saying yet whether she intends to sign a proposed abortion ban into law. This is AP radio news. News relief. Maybe on the way from annoying robo call one to accept this. Call or hang up to send this call to your voicemails volume of unwanted robo calls in the last few years. It's been pressure on congress regulators in the phone companies to act the Federal Communications Commission says it will vote in June on whether to allow carriers to block spam. Calls by default right now customers have to take an extra step of requesting tools from their carrier or downloading apps from other companies to help them weed out unwanted calls. The FCC says, unfortunately advances in technology allow robo calls to be made from anywhere in the world and more cheaply and easily than ever before they estimate that in two thousand nineteen fifty percent of all calls will be spam. The agency says they're working with companies to find ways to Tecate caller ID and prevent fraud. Jennifer king Washington, leasing Las Vegas released security video they say shows a woman, shoving a seventy four year old man off a public bus after witnesses say he asked her to be nice to other passengers the man died. The woman is charged with murder and Donohue AP. Radio news. AP radio news. I'm Ed Donahue. There are warning from US embassies in.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on WTVN

"Off the coast of the United Arab Emirates while the ships was just about to be loaded with oil. Would have headed to the US. No almost hurt in the attack. No oil spill, but the vessel's staint significant damage a Savannah, Georgia. Police officers shot Saturday night responding to a robbery is dead. The Georgia Bureau of investigation says the suspect opened fire on two officers sergeant Kelvin on sorry died at the hospital. The other officer was treated and released after treatment suspect was eventually shot and killed by another officer nearby. It's national police week time each year to remember officers gave their lives in the line of duty the names of three hundred seventy one officers killed will be added to the national law enforcement officers memorial in Washington DC, including one hundred fifty eight who died in twenty eight team. That includes Westerville police officers. Eric Taurean Anthony Morelli who died in February of last year. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, taking aim robocalls. He's introducing bipartisan legislation note as he traced act that gives federal agencies the tools the authority to trace prosecute and enforce fines against robocall scammers Americans received. Forty seven point seven billion robocalls twenty. Eighteen fifty seven percent increase over the number of calls a year before not so good news for blue jackets fans, according to Columbus business. First goaltender Brodsky is put as high rise downtown apartment up for sale. He bought the unit in the condominiums at north north Bank in twenty fifteen for two point one million dollars listed now two point nine million. The Brodsky is restricted free agent. When the new NHL league year begins on July first, I'm Scott Jennings. Next report at eight for breaking news, and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten. WTVN news.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on AP News

"The United Arab Emirates has announced the date the first astronaut from the Gulf Arab nation will go into space. The said a Monday will send an astronaut to the international space station on September twenty five aboard a Russian Soyuz rocket. The UAE has a fledgling space program with began Bishen launched his fist locally made such a lighting up to but from Japan it wants to launch a probe to malls in twenty twenty. The US also says it wants to colonize Mars by twenty one seventeen with a fully functioning city of six hundred thousand Facebook has taken down the page and Instagram profile of far-right activists Tommy Robinson after determining he violated policies. Forbidding hate speech. Facebook says Robinson posted material using dehumanizing language and calling for violence targeted Muslims. Tommy Robinson is the pseudonym for Stephen actually Lennon the activists who founded the anti-islam English defense league has built a launch online following with links to international white. Nationalist and far-right movements. He told Britain's Press Association that he's breached no rules and said his treatment by Facebook was censorship border emergency. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. A vote is expected later today on a plan to block President Trump from steering billions of extra dollars to is southwest border wall. This is Illinois Republican congressman Adam kindergarten. I went down there neutral on this question didn't know whether or not it support a national emergency. And I came back more convinced probably than anybody that this is the right thing to do. The democrat controlled house is expected to approve the measure, which if approved would certainly be vetoed by President Trump. A federal appeals court has cleared AT and T takeover of Time Warner rejecting the Trump administration's claim the eighty one billion dollar deal will harm consumers and.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"United Arab Emirates stands packed with an estimated one hundred thirty five thousand people a few minutes ago. The Holy Father visited Saint Joseph's cathedral in the emerets capital and offered his blessing. Vanity? TD mornings mass the first ever by a pope in the United Arab Emirates where thirteen percent of the population is Christian federal prosecutors in New York City have issued subpoenas to the Trump inaugural. Kennedy Wall Street Journal reporting prosecutors have asked for all documents related to the committee's donors and vendors as well as records or relating to the benefits the donors may have received after making contributions the inaugural committee, which is separate from the campaign and the administration spokesperson for it says they intend to fully cooperate with the request President Trump at his state of the union message on Tuesday evening. We'll talk about the accomplishments of the past year. And according to press secretary, Sarah Sanders issue, a challenge, you're also going to say, the president call on congress and say, look, we can either work together and get great things done or we can fight each other and get nothing done. And frankly, the American people deserve better than that center. Speaking with Sean Hannity on the Fox News channel the Senate breaking with the president on Monday about US troops in Syria. The is. Seventy the Nizer twenty six. The amendment as amended is agreed to Senate passing a resolution disapproving of the president's announced plans to begin drawing down American troops in Syria. Even some Republicans have voiced concerns about the plan. It's been a big apartment building fire in Paris. At least seven people have been killed more than two dozen people have been injured. This.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of United Arab Emirates. It's a first-ever papal visit to the Arabian peninsula. The birthplace of his slum investigators with the National Transportation Safety borders seeking additional witness video and testimony. They say that may help their investigation into that plane crash that killed five people in a residential neighborhood of Yorba, Linda, California over the weekend. The pilot a former Chicago police officer Chicago police sergeant has resigned after being accused of committing a sex crime against a teenage boy WGN's, Don clip, and reports Oxman Anthony Guglielmi says former sergeant Eric Elkins resigned effective last Thursday, the forty-five-year-old had been under investigation since he was charged in Michigan in two thousand sixteen with criminal sexual conduct involving a teenager between thirteen and fifteen years old Elkins allegedly touched the boy's genitals and buttocks at a family reunion. That charge was dropped Elkins pleaded guilty to a lesser offense of disorderly conduct. He was also sued by two men who were beaten. Sadly outside a bar and hospitalized in September. Elkins hasn't been charged in that beating Don clip in WGN news, sorta schoolteachers in Chicago walk off the job in the morning. These teachers at four Chicago international charter school campuses, Jen Conan desert math teacher at the ICS north town academy. She's also been involved with the negotiations for the past several months. We are here tonight ready to go on strike tomorrow morning to be on the picket lines because the ICS has chosen to put management greed ahead of our students me speaking late last night at an evening press conference. See ICS says they will hold classes in the morning. They brought in substitute teachers. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN space. Some regions are.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"United Arab Emirates stands packed with an estimated one hundred thirty five thousand people a few minutes ago. The Holy Father visited Saint Joseph's cathedral in the Emirates capital and offered his blessing. Tuesday, mornings mass the first ever by a pope in the United Arab Emirates were thirteen percent of the population is Christian federal prosecutors in New York City have issued subpoenas to the Trump inaugural committee, Wall Street Journal reporting prosecutors have asked for all documents related to the committee's donors and vendors as well as records or relating to the benefits the donors may have received after making contributions the inaugural committee, which is separate from the campaign and the administration spokesperson for it says they intend to fully cooperate with the request President Trump at his state of the union message on Tuesday evening. We'll talk about the accomplishments of the past year. And according to press secretary, Sarah Sanders issue, a challenge, the president call on congress and say, look, we can either work together and get great things done or we can fight each other and get nothing done. And frankly, the American people deserve better than that center. Speaking with Sean Hannity on the Fox News channel the Senate breaking with the president on Monday. About US troops in Syria. The eiser seventy the Naser twenty-six the amendment as amended is agreed to Senate passing a resolution disapproving of the president's announced plans to begin drawing down American troops in Syria. Even some Republicans have voiced concerns about the plan. It's been a big apartment building fire in Paris. At least seven people have been killed more than two dozen people.

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"united arab emirates" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"united arab emirates" Discussed on KTOK

"United Arab Emirates stands packed with an estimated one hundred thirty five thousand people a few minutes ago. The Holy Father visited Saint Joseph's cathedral in the Emirates capital and offered his blessing. Vanity the only potential. On Tuesday, mornings mass the first ever by a pope in the United Arab Emirates were thirteen percent of the population is Christian federal prosecutors in New York City have issued subpoenas to the Trump inaugural committee, Wall Street Journal reporting prosecutors have asked for all documents related to the committee's donors and vendors as well as records relating to the benefits the donors may have received after making contributions the inaugural committee, which is separate from the campaign and the administration spokesperson for it says they intend to fully cooperate with the request President Trump at his state of the union message on Tuesday evening. We'll talk about the accomplishments of the past year. And according to press secretary, Sarah Sanders issue, a challenge, the president call on congress and say, look, we can either work together and get great things done or we can fight each other and get nothing done. And frankly, the American people deserve better than that center. Speaking with Sean Hannity on the Fox News channel the Senate breaking with the president on Monday about US troops in Syria. The is. You're seventy the Nizer twenty-six the amendment as amended is agreed to Senate passing a resolution disapproving of the president's announced plans to begin drawing down American troops in Syria. Even some Republicans have voiced concerns about the plan. It's been a big apartment building fire in Paris. At least seven people have been killed more than two dozen people have been injured..

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