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01:40 min | 1 d ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KGO 810

"This call could save you thousands 808 98 77 71 That's 808 98 77 71 808 98 77 71 Considering immigration reform, the Senate Judiciary Committee focused on migrant farm and food industry workers, many undocumented working long hours in dangerous conditions and for pay. Most natural born Americans won't even sniff at every step of the food production process for the moment of crop is planted to the moment our grocery bags are handed to us. There's an immigrant worker who plays a critical role in feeding our families Committee chair Dick Durbin. Whether they're packing meat or picking Berries, the workers who supply or food tend to work and confined in crowded spaces. Many have been unable to protect themselves from exposure to the coronavirus. Some would be immigration reformers, one amnesty offered to these workers The U. S and Germany worked out an agreement to allow completion of a controversial Russian gas pipeline. The Biden administration still says the Nord Stream two pipeline is a bad deal. But it's essentially acquiescing to its completion in a joint statement with Germany, Angela Merkel's government, which backs the pipeline, committed to retaliating if Russia uses it to harm Ukraine. It will also provide up to $245 million to Ukraine for renewable energy projects. But Ukrainian officials are furious, saying the deal undermines its economy and security. The US tried to sweeten the pot inviting Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to the White House in August. 30th visit the young leader once sought from former president Trump. Counter Finnigan ABC News, The State Department. This is ABC News. Nothing is more important than your vote..

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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01:33 min | 1 d ago

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"808 98 77 71 That's 808 98 77 71 808 98 77 71 Considering immigration reform, the Senate Judiciary Committee focused on migrant farm and food industry workers, many undocumented working long hours in dangerous conditions and for pay. Most natural born Americans won't even sniff at every step of the food production process from the moment of crop is planted to the moment our grocery bags are handed to us. There's an immigrant worker who plays a critical role in feeding our families Committee chair Dick Durbin, Whether they're packing meat or picking Berries, the workers who supply our food tend to work and confined in crowded spaces. Many have been unable to protect themselves from exposure to the corner virus. Some would be immigration reformers, one amnesty offered to these workers The U. S and Germany worked out an agreement to allow completion of a controversial Russian gas pipeline. The Biden administration still says the North Stream two pipeline is a bad deal. But it's essentially acquiescing to its completion in a joint statement with Germany on Merkel's government, which backs the pipeline, committed to retaliating if Russia uses it to harmed Ukraine. It will also provide up to $245 million to Ukraine for renewable energy projects. But Ukrainian officials are furious, saying the deal undermines its economy and security. The US tried to sweeten the pot, inviting Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to the White House in August. 30th visit the young leader once sought from former president Trump Counter Finegan. ABC NEWS The State Department This is ABC News. Nothing is more important than your vote..

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:14 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"City of peace. It is an honor and a pleasure for Switzerland to host you here for this summit and in accordance with the tradition of good offices, promote dialogue and mutual understanding. First meeting is over. Second meeting is about to get underway. The first one had just the two leaders in the room with an aide. President Biden has Secretary of state Antony Blinken. Putin will bring his Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, and then more advisors join in and afterwards both men will stand for the usual pictures. Then we'll go off and hold separate news conferences. Here's CBS News Moscow bureau chief Beth Nobel, Biden and Putin will hold separate media availabilities. US media reporting that Biden practiced for the Putin meeting with a group of experts on Russia from both Democratic and Republican administrations, including several former U. S ambassadors to Moscow and that those experts advised by not to hold a press conference with Putin. Mr Biden said a joint appearance just turns it into a competition. There are also a lot of areas where they disagree. Syria is just one of the issues causing friction in the US Russia relationship, and it's a long list. The U. S. Is still angry over Russia's annexation of parts of Ukraine back in 2014, including the Crimean Peninsula. Then there's Russian meddling in U. S elections, Russian cyber hacking of U. S companies and government agencies and Russia's crackdown on its pro democracy movement. There are some areas where there is room for cooperation and improvement. Arms control is one climate change is another. Both countries would benefit from a more stable Iran or Afghanistan. The two presidents also have to get past the firestorm that resulted when Biden called Putin a killer during a TV interview in March, And that's a reference to the 10. Critics of Vladimir Putin, maybe more who have ended up dead. And the assassination attempt against his main political opponent. Biden has already said he'll bring up the case of Alexey Navalny, the leader of Russia's opposition, who is currently in a Russian prison. Last year, Navalny survived what Western intelligence agencies have called a state sponsored assassination attempt when Navalny was poisoned with a nerve agent. No country has more of a stake in the big meeting now than Ukraine, which has been facing a Russian backed rebellion for seven years. With that report here, CBS's Holly Williams, the trenches in Ukraine looked like something out of World War one. But this is modern day Europe and the fighting's claimed more than 13,000 lives. We hiked through decimated villages with Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelensky. At one point, so close to the enemy, we were told they could hear us. The war began in 2014 when Vladimir Putin sent troops to seize control of Crimea and backed an armed insurgency in eastern Ukraine. This year. Russia mast an estimated 40,000 troops on Ukraine's border and what is the American stake in this? Experts say Russian hackers are using Ukraine as a testing ground before employing similar tactics in the U. S. America's supported Ukraine.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:30 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Rates. Let's go to John Lockwood. He's a cap trust with us this morning. Some business news on Wednesday. Good morning, John. Hey, Sam. Good morning to you. Yeah, you know, investors really are on edge, waiting that policy update. We don't expect the Fed to announce an interest rate increase in the near term. However, they may announce or, you know, perhaps signal when they may reduce the bond purchasing program, which is another monetary policy tool in which they buy bonds, which when you buy it, you're giving cash to the The creator of that bond, in other words, injecting money into the economy, so that may come to an end, which is another form of kind of pulling the punch bowl away. So we shall see. And in light of that upcoming meeting market took some profit off the table yesterday. You can say both the S and P and the NASDAQ coming off of their recent highs. And we saw report this morning from the Wall Street Journal, saying that we're about 5.5 million homes short, That is, the housing market has an extremely low amount of supply. And reading that article. Further. The building Ministry is only producing about 1.2 million units each year. So we have about four years of shortage in terms of supply, and with interest rates remaining low below that 3% Mark, I just don't see housing correcting any time soon, so big issue. It needs to be faced. We're looking at the futures market here. Tao is going to open lower as well as the S and P. NASDAQ futures point to a higher open and the 10 year bond yield 1.49%. Okay, thank you so much. John. Do appreciate it. 6 24 President Biden on his first overseas trip since taking office is meeting at this hour. With the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin. We've been covering that all morning and will continue to do so. But along those lines Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky he is looking for help from President Biden to stabilize the nation and curb Europe's dependence on Russian oil. However, President Biden says that Ukraine must first clean up corruption before they can join NATO. We're about to roll out a fresh new audio clip from Senator James Lankford. He's a Republican from Oklahoma. Wade in and how the Ukrainian president's calls relate to the cancellation of the Keystone pipeline in the United States. In the middle of canceling out the Keystone pipeline, the president lifted sanctions on a Russian pipeline. The North Stream two, which will cut off the United States from selling natural gas to Western Europe, because that was Western Europe's alternative. They can either by natural gas from us or buy gas from Russia. Trump Administration put sanctions on that pipeline, and so the pipeline had stopped construction. President Biden lifted sanctions on that So now we won't sell American natural gas. Now Western Europe will be dependent on Russian natural gas. How does that help the stability of Europe? How does that help American jobs? I have no idea. President Zelensky is screaming in the media. I'm trying to get ahold of President Biden and he won't meet with me and he's benefiting Russia in cutting off Ukraine and everybody just yawns. One of the criticisms of President Biden going into this summit. This meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin was that he allowed this Russian oil pipeline to, uh, to exist. While he shut down the keystone pipeline, and from just a diplomatic standpoint, it really hurt his negotiating power. So Nevertheless, it is a bone of contention, as you can hear, not only from Ukraine but within the halls of Congress as well. Let's see. I'm taking a look at our rundown right now. We're spending a lot of time this morning talking about the weather, the hot weather, the heat wave that's coming in, and also about the drought and the level of reservoirs. It's just phenomenally low all across the West. Gina. It's not just in California. And there's concern now about power generation. And how you know, I was surprised when we've got some figures that we're gonna roll out for you how much we rely for our electricity on Hydro. It's amazing. It's high, and we're now now The reservoirs are low. It's gonna It could impact us. So we'll get into that. Sense of fluid details are constantly changing. It's smart to check on on events and news throughout the day when I need to know on your smart device say Played KFBK on I Heart Radio Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Honey,.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:48 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KTRH

"Moore at the Weather Channel. Right now, it is clear in 85 at the top tax defenders. 24 hour Weather Center KTRH news time 12 all want our top story. Texans being asked to conserve power through Friday, with ERCOT reporting about 11,000 megawatts of generation power all offline for repairs and we will be doing A thorough investigation to understand what the issues are and to assess what the implications are for the grip Americans foreign last year, insisting we're not at the point where rolling outages are needed, but that everyone is still urged to refrain from running dishwashers, clothes, washers and dryers between two at eight p.m. every day this week. Governor Greg Abbott, promising new details this week on how the state plans to build its own border wall. Monica Weisberg Stewart with the Texas Border Coalition says it's not enough until the federal government fixes our immigration system. The governor building a wall is not going to stop the people from coming President Biden ordered a halt to our border wall construction upon taking office a second arrest made Monday after the deadly mass shooting in Austin over the weekend. Fox's Steve Rapp report has those details. Authorities arresting a 17 year old boy in connection with the shooting in downtown Austin that killed one person and wounded more than a dozen others. The boy taken into custody Monday at a high school while attending a summer school class. He faces a charge of aggravated assault. Gunfire erupted in the capital city early Saturday morning, sparking panic in a popular nightlife. Area authorities arrested their first suspect. Hours later. Interim police Chief Joseph Kitchen says investigators believe the shooting was an isolated incident between two people. Steve Rapoport Fox News There's county district clerk Marilyn Burgess, announcing the several improvements for jurors like free coffee and free parking. Still ktrh they need to bring in more jurors to deal with the backup in case is there is a huge backlog. The first backlogs started when Harvey displaced all the criminal courts from the Criminal Justice Center, and it was closed for over a year and a half in the pandemic it and it's had a more dramatic impact on the backlog been Harvey did because it's gone for so much longer of a period of time, then hardly did its fat. Burgess says before the pandemic, they were calling on 1000 jurors a day. Now at the most, it's 300 Katie are introduced time is 12 03. Well. President Biden says Ukraine must clean up corruption before they can join the NATO alliance. Lisa Taylor has those details. Speaking at the NATO summit, Biden said Ukraine's entrance will depend on whether they meet the criteria, which he says remains to be seen. The president noted the U. S will do all it can to put Ukraine and a positive position where they can resist Russian aggression. This comes after Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky asked Biden for a clear Yes or no on joining the alliance. I'm Lisa Taylor. By not revealing any more details about what he plans to discuss what he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Speaking at the NATO summit, Biden says he plans to make it clear what the quote red lines are in areas where they do not agree during their meeting Wednesday. The Astros pitcher Lance McCullers Jr set to return to the team tonight Tuesday when they host the Texas Rangers. McCullers has been out for a few weeks due to right shoulder soreness and will be on a pitching count. The team will have Jake Odorizzi takeover from colours after a few innings. And the Astros also starting up that home series. Tonight. They've won eight of their last 10 games, and they will continue their home series through the weekends between the Rangers and the Chicago White Sox on the weekend schedule. Our next update at 12 30 breaking information as it happens now it's time for coast to coast. Am with George Noory. I'm Eric Sharpe on Houston's news, weather and Traffic station. NewsRadio. 7 40 Ktrh. Spring.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:18 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KTRH

"In Houston, 88 degrees and clear skies tonight at the ktrh time. Tax defenders 24 hour Weather Center The Times Now, 10 Oh, one. Our top story Texans are being asked to conserve power through Friday, with market reporting about 11,000 megawatts generation offline for repairs. And we will be doing a thorough investigation to understand what the issues are and to assess what the implications are for the grid haircuts warrant last year insists we are not at the point where rolling outages are needed, but everyone is still urged to refrain from running dishwashers. Clothes, washers and dryers between two and eight p.m. each day this week. The brother of a Houston 15 year old who died after being shot is under arrest. Police say. Jalen George killed his sister last Friday after finding her at a friend's apartment on South Green near Alameda, Genoa. It's believed the girl ran away from home, and George was trying to find her. He's accused of capital murder and is in custody on outstanding warrants. A second arrest is made today after a deadly mass shooting in Austin over the weekend. Fox's Steve Rapoport has the latest Authorities arresting a 17 year old boy in connection with the shooting in downtown Austin that killed one person and wounded more than a dozen others. The boy taken into custody Monday at a high school while attending a summer school class. He faces a charge of aggravated assault. Gunfire erupted in the capital city early Saturday morning, sparking panic in a popular nightlife area. Authorities arrested their first suspect hours later. Interim police chief Joseph Kitchen says investigators believed the shooting was an isolated incident between two people. Steve Rapoport, Fox News governor, Greg Abbott promises new details this week on how the state plans to build its own border wall. Monica Weisberg Stewart with the Texas Border Coalition says it's not enough. Until the federal government fixes our immigration system. The governor of building a wall is not going to stop the people from coming. President Biden ordered a halt to all border wall construction upon taking office. Ktrh news time. 10 03 President Biden says Ukraine must clean up corruption before they can join the NATO alliance. Lisa Taylor has more on that tonight. Speaking at the NATO summit, Biden said Ukraine's entrance will depend on whether they meet the criteria, which he says remains to be seen. The president noted the U. S will do all it can to put Ukraine in a positive position where they can resist Russian aggression. This comes after Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky asked Biden for a clear Yes or no on joining the alliance. I'm Lisa Taylor. Biden is not revealing any more details about what he plans to discuss when he meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Speaking at the NATO summit day, Biden said he plans to make it clear what the red lines are in areas where they don't agree during their meeting Wednesday. Benjamin Netanyahu is no longer Israel's prime minister. After 12 years he's been replaced with Naftali Bennett, who will head up what's being described as the most diverse Israeli governing coalition ever. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green is showing remorse for comparing the coronavirus restrictions to the Holocaust. And there are words that I have said in remarks that I've made that I know are offensive and for that, I want to apologize. The representative from Georgia said today she visited the Holocaust Museum in the nation's capital. She also declared there's nothing comparable to the Holocaust. Novavax could be laying the groundwork.

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710 WOR

02:55 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Steve Greenfield. New York City has hit a covid milestone, but this time it's a happy one. The city that was once hit the hardest from the very beginning of this crisis. Today is the lowest positivity we've ever had 0.59% to help celebrate healthcare heroes and essential workers will be honored with a ticker tape parade in the city. Come July. 7th, a Brooklyn man being charged with a deadly crash that killed a lift driver yesterday morning in Queens. Lisa G. With this update, cops When he crashed into and killed 47 year old lip driver Hussein Mohamed at the intersection of Fresh Pond Road and Elliott Avenue in Maspeth. Authorities say Chimborazo left the scene on foot but later returned and was arrested. He's due back in court on Thursday, and, if convicted, could face up to 15 years in prison. I'm Lisa G W O R New Jersey, ending its moratorium on utility shut offs put in place to curb the financial impacts of the pandemic. So come July. 1st. The governor's executive order, which was signed today will take effect establishing a six month grace period for all customers, Murphy says the state will take this time to figure out how it can use federal funding to expand eligibility for assistance programs and in certain households will still be protected from having their gas and electric shut off during the winter months. A new study says two vaccines are especially effective in protecting people against the coronavirus variants first discovered in India Sarah Bartlett with details Public Health, England says the vaccine from Pfizer has a 96% efficacy rate. When it comes to keeping people out of the hospital. The number for the AstraZeneca vaccine came in just a bit lower at 92%. News of the study comes as the delta variant sweeps across the UK It's also led to coronavirus restrictions being extended in England to July 19th. After they were set to expire next week. Sarah Bartlett, NBC News radio over a million dollars worth of cocaine, not making it to the streets after washing up on shore in Florida Wildlife manager found bundles of the drug while conducting a sea turtle nesting survey last month at Cape Canaveral. A total of 24 packages were found worth about $1.2 million. The origin of the Coke that's under investigation. President Biden says Ukraine must clean up corruption before they can join the NATO alliance years. Lisa Taylor. Speaking at the NATO summit, Biden said Ukraine's entrance will depend on whether they meet the criteria, which he says remains to be seen. The president noted the U. S will do all it can to put Ukraine in a positive position where they can resist Russian aggression. This comes after Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky asked Biden for a clear Yes or no on joining the alliance. I'm Lisa Taylor. The news is sponsored by unbound.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WSB-AM

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02:04 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Atlantis News and to its two o'clock afternoon I'm Christiane will live in the WSB 24 hour News center President Biden to speak shortly after meetings with other world leaders. He is in Belgium for the NATO's Summit. This is the second leg of his first international trip as president, NATO leaders today declared that China poses a constant security challenge and is working to undermine global order. They say in a statement. They're worried about how quickly the Chinese are developing nuclear missiles. Looking further ahead, cyberattacks and ransomware two of the issues the White House says the president will bring up with Russian President Putin Wednesday in Geneva. I'm Stephen Portnoy. The president has vowed to press Vladimir Putin here in Geneva on Ukraine. Ukrainians have a strong belief that Joe Biden Has their back Andre Lucien. It's key leads the Ukrainian Society of Switzerland. Since the war has begun in Ukraine. You have more than 14,000 dead, and the government says a million and a half people have been displaced. The president has stopped short of backing Ukraine's bid to join NATO despite the renewed urging of his counterpart in Kiev, But Mr Biden has invited Vladimir Zelensky to the White House this summer. 89 degrees on Peachtree Street at 21, WSB meteorologist Kurt Mellows has low nineties isolated storm possible this afternoon. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is coming up The Hawks tonight look to bounce back and even up their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup with the Sixers coach Nate McMillan knows what's on the line tonight. You win the game guarantees that You will have another game and you're building it becomes a new series. So that's our focus center Clint Capela says. They've been studying film and the Hawks need to become the aggressor, especially the way that our defense feeds on offense and the speed that we get into it, he says. It's time to switch into what he calls emergency mode, especially on defense. Game four tips off around 7 30 tonight in front of a sold out Atlanta crowd. Jessica Bottom. 95.5 WSB has breaking news 1st 1st This is WSB 24 hour Continuing news Reality winner is out of prison at his press statement from her lawyer this afternoon, which sites time earned and.

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WTOP

02:38 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WTOP

"Cyberattacks and disinformation. Terrorism, nuclear deterrence, NATO's role in the rapidly melting Arctic Ocean, the rise of China and Russia's aggressive actions, especially against Ukraine. I'm Stephen Portnoy. The president has vowed to press Vladimir Putin here in Geneva on Ukraine. Ukrainians have a strong belief that Joe Biden Has their back Andre Lucien. It's key leads the Ukrainian Society of Switzerland. Since the war has begun in Ukraine. You have more than 14,000 dead, and the government says a million and a half people have been displaced. The president has stopped short of backing Ukraine's bid to join NATO despite the renewed urging of his counterpart in Kiev, But Mr Biden has invited Vladimir Zelensky to the White House this summer. The president expected to speak at any moment now will have cross spring you the very latest, So keep it here with w. T. O p high ranking Justice Department official is stepping down today. The resignation follows widening reports of secretly seized phone records that happened under the Trump administration, and that includes members of Congress. Details from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. The Justice Department's top national security official, John Dimmers, will resign next week. The announcement follows revelations that under The Trump Administration. Phone data from Democratic members of Congress was seized, including House intelligence chair Adam Schiff, as well as phone records from a former White House counsel and members of the media. Attorney General Merrick Garland says he expects the Justice Department's inspector general to conduct a thorough investigation. Virginia Senator Mark Warner, speaking on Washington Post Live, says he's troubled by the recent reports and is counting on the egg to get to the bottom of them. I hope this is a dark chapter that we can close, and I do hope that those who are responsible be held accountable on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P News Benjamin Netanyahu ERA is over in Israel, Naftali Bennett took over as Israel's new prime minister in a brief handover meeting minus the formal ceremony that traditionally goes with the change of power. Bennett put together a coalition by a razor thin majority that ended Netanyahu's 12 year reign over Israel. And its new government is promising to reach out to neglected foreign allies as well as to heal political divisiveness at home. But then Netanyahu is not going out quietly. He's vowing to depose his rivals and claims he was cheated out of power by one time allies just ahead of the U. S. Supreme Court, holding off on an affirmative action decision will explain its 1 33 do your part to reduce waste and recycle right. Many of us are ordering more items.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:56 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Is good for Europe, but it's also good for America. Very good for America. Essential from CBS is Natalie brand, the 30, NATO leaders are tackling an ambitious agenda, including the security implications of climate change. Cyber attacks and disinformation, terrorism, nuclear deterrence, NATO's role in the rapidly melting Arctic Ocean, the rise of China and Russia's aggressive actions, especially against Ukraine. I'm Stephen Has their back Andre Lucien. It's key leads the Ukrainian Society of Switzerland. Since the war has begun in Ukraine. You have more than 14,000 dead, and the government says a million and a half people have been displaced. The president has stopped short of backing Ukraine's bid to join NATO despite the renewed urging of his counterpart in Kiev, But Mr Biden has invited Vladimir Zelensky to the White House this summer. In an NBC News interview, Vladimir Putin denied Russian involvement in U. S Cyber attacks. Justice Department's top national security official, John Des MERS, is resigning after revelations the department seized records from Democrats and reporters. The Supreme Court passes for now on a key affirmative action case, calling on the Justice Department to consider it first legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum. The Supreme Court is asking the Biden administration whether it has a position on the Harvard affirmative action case since Harvard receives federal funding and if they are impermissibly discriminating against qualified Asian Americans. Does that violate Title six of the Civil Rights Act? The Supreme Court could still hear the case, even if the bite administration takes no action or agrees that affirmative action should not be impeded. Minneapolis police say a woman was killed three others hurt late last night when an SUV hit a parked car and it slammed into demonstrators. A suspect.

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KQED Radio

06:28 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news. I'm child. Snyder. President. Biden is now in Brussels for a summit of NATO leaders. The meeting comes a day after the G seven concluded its three day summit in England. With a statement that, among other things, focused criticism on China. NPR's frank Langfitt reports, the group of seven of the world's largest economies said it would call out China and human rights abuses in the country's foreign northwest region of Xinjiang and repression in Hong Kong. Group also called for an expert lead study on the origins of the coronavirus in China. Speaking at a press conference, President Joe Biden said Western democracy face a fundamental challenge. I think we're in a contest not with China per se. Context with autocrats. Autocratic governments around the world as whether or not democracies can compete with them in a rapidly changing 21st century, Reuters quoted a spokesman from the Chinese Embassy, saying the days when global decisions were dictated by a small group of countries are long gone. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London Starting this week, South Carolina could see two back to back executions, the first in 10 years. The state just changed its death penalty law, making the electric chair the main method because lethal injection drugs were no longer available. South Carolina Public Radio's Victoria Hanson reports. Democratic State representative Justin Bamberg calls the change unconstitutional. Inmates currently on death row were sentenced under the old law, which allowed them to choose lethal injection over the state's 109 year old electric chair. Bamberg argues that option could have not only impacted their legal strategy, but jurors and if the jury Was charged with a different law at the com Who's to say that they would have even sentenced these people to death. Lawsuits immediately filed have been denied so unless a high court intervenes Two executions will be carried out one week apart beginning this Friday. For NPR News on Victoria Hansen in South Carolina Federal court in Alabama is expected to rule as soon as this week in a lawsuit that could result in major delays to upcoming elections in the United States. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports the pandemic and last minute schedule. Changes by Trump officials have already forced the Census Bureau to delay releasing the 2020 census data about people's race another demographic information for almost five months. Alabama is asking for an emergency court order that would force severe to develop new data privacy protections, which severe says could take 6 to 7 months. Alabama's arguing the bureau's current plans would make the data unusable because of how it fuzz is a census results. Bureau says the planet finalized last week will ensure quote the accuracy of data necessary for redistricting and voting Rights Act enforcement this cases before three Judge court and is expected to be appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court. This is NPR news. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce today that coronavirus restrictions in England will not be eased as planned later this month. The government has said that they had said it would have lifted remaining restrictions on June 21st. But there's been a rise of infections in the U. K blamed on the Delta variant, first identified in India. The G seven summit over the weekend, Johnson conceded it had grown more pessimistic about lifting the restrictions. Israel's new prime minister calling for unity Naftali Bennett open to the first meeting of the country's new government last night, saying Israel is at the outset of new days. And it is leading Israel's first governments in 12 years not led by Benjamin Netanyahu. Israelis part Israel's parliament by the narrowest of March. It's approved of the new administration yesterday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pledged Ottawa support for Ukraine as Dan Carpenter shock reports Ukraine's call to join NATO comes ahead of this week's first face to face meeting between US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. At issue Russia's annexation of Crimea, its military build up on Ukraine's border and allegations of Russian interference in US elections. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has also raised the issue of NATO membership with both Biden and Trudeau in a statement. Trudeau's office would only say Ottawa supports Ukraine's Euro Atlantic aspirations, and a spokeswoman said there was nothing more to add. Past. Canadian governments have advocated Ukraine joining NATO, but the issue could be a line in this and for Russia, and some analysts say Canada and other allies should be cautious and how it proceeds. For NPR news. I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck in Toronto and I'm TRIAL. Snyder NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Joyce Foundation, committed to advancing racial equity and economic mobility for the next generation in the Great Lakes region. Learn more at Joyce fdn dot org. And the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Six minutes after two o'clock. Good morning. I'm Jean Marie. We'll start off this hour of the morning edition. With the news Brief. Israel's parliament votes in new government President Biden meets with leaders of other NATO member countries and the Covid 19 death toll nears a total of 600,000 people in the United States. Those stories coming up in just a minute here on KQED and later this morning on KQED News. California is dealing with intense drought conditions concerning scientists about potentially devastating wildfires. Some researchers here are helping collect data that gives them critical information about fire behavior. Also, we'll hear about a group of young activists. They've been marching over 250 miles in support of climate justice policies, and they end their walk in San Francisco today. Those stories coming up at 6 22 and 8 22 this morning here on KQED Public Radio, your National Weather Service forecast for this Monday. June 14th the cloudy start to the morning and then becoming sunny and breezy with highs in the fifties at the coast to near 80 inland. The forecast high for San Francisco today is 67. Oakland is expected to get up to 71. The high and conquered today should be 81 in Sacramento today, a bit warmer forecast high of 86. Warming increases during the week and we actually have an excessive heat watch in effect for Sacramento starting Thursday.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:52 min | Last month

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"From NPR news. I'm child. Snyder. President. Biden is now in Brussels for a summit of NATO leaders. The meeting comes a day after the G seven concluded its three day summit in England with a statement that, among other things, focus criticism on China. NPR's Frank Langfitt. Group also called for an expert lead study on the origins of the coronavirus in China. Speaking at a press conference, President Joe Biden said Western democracy face a fundamental challenge. I think we're in a contest not with China per se. The context with autocrats. Autocratic governments around the world as whether or not democracies can compete with them in a rapidly changing 21st century, Reuters quoted a spokesman from the Chinese Embassy, saying the days when global decisions were dictated by a small group of countries are long gone. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London Starting this week, South Carolina could see two back to back executions of first in 10 years, The state just changed its death penalty law making the electric chair the main method because lethal Inmates currently on death row were sentenced under the old law, which allowed them to choose lethal injection over the state's 109 year old electric chair. Bamberg argues that option could have not only impacted their legal strategy, but jurors and if the jury Was charged with a different law at the com Who's to say that they would have even sentenced these people to death. Lawsuits immediately filed have been denied so unless a high court intervenes Two executions will be carried out one week apart, beginning this Friday for NPR News. I'm Victoria Hansen in South Carolina Federal Court in Alabama is expected to rule as soon as this week in a lawsuit that could result in major delays to upcoming elections in the United States, NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports. Pandemic and last minute schedule. Changes by Trump officials have already forced the Census Bureau to delay releasing the 2020 census data about people's race and other demographic information for almost five months. Alabama is asking for an emergency court order that would force severe to develop new data privacy protections, which the Vera says could take 6 to 7 months. Alabama's arguing the bureau's current plans would make the data unusable because of how it fuzz is a census results. Bureau says the planet finalized last week will ensure quote the accuracy of data necessary for redistricting and voting Rights Act enforcement. This case is before a three judge court and is expected to be appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court. This is NPR news. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to announce today that coronavirus restrictions in England will not be eased as planned later this month. The government has said that they had said it would lift a remaining restrictions on June 21st. But there's been a rise of infections in the U. K blamed on the Delta variant, first identified in India. The G seven summit over the weekend, Johnson conceded that he had grown more pessimistic about lifting the restrictions. Israel's new prime minister calling for unity Naftali Bennett open to the first meeting of the country's new government last night, saying Israel is at the outset of new days. And it is leading Israel's first governments in 12 years not led by Benjamin Netanyahu. Israelis part Israel's parliament by the narrowest of March. It's approved of the new administration yesterday. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pledged Ottawa support for Ukraine as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports Ukraine's called to join NATO comes ahead of this week's first face to face meeting between US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. At issue Russia's annexation of Crimea, its military build up on Ukraine's border and allegations of Russian interference in US elections. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has also raised the issue of NATO membership with both Biden and Trudeau in a statement. Trudeau's office would only say Ottawa supports Ukraine's Euro Atlantic aspirations, and a spokeswoman said there was nothing more to add. Past. Canadian governments have advocated Ukraine joining NATO, but the issue could be a line in this and for Russia, and some analysts say Canada and other allies should be cautious and how it proceeds. For NPR news. I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck in Toronto and I'm Gile Snyder. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Joyce Foundation, committed to advancing racial equity and economic mobility for the next generation in the Great Lakes region. Learn more at.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

04:01 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The rapidly changing 21st century, Reuters quoted a spokesman from the Chinese Embassy, saying the days when global decisions were dictated by a small group of countries are long gone. Frank Langfitt. NPR NEWS London Starting this week, South Carolina could see two back to back executions the first time in 10 years, the state just changed its death penalty law. Making the electric chair the main method because lethal injection drugs were no longer available. South Carolina Public Radio's Victoria Hanson reports. Democratic State representative Justin Bamberg calls the change unconstitutional. Inmates currently on death row were sentenced under the old law, which allowed them to choose lethal injection. Over the state's 109 year old electric chair. Bamberg argues that option could have not only impacted their legal strategy, but jurors and if the jury Was charged with a different law at the Tom who's to say that they would have even sentenced these people to death. Lawsuits immediately filed have been denied so unless a high court intervenes Two executions will be carried out one week apart, beginning this Friday for NPR News on Victoria Hansen in South Carolina. A federal court in Alabama is expected to rule as soon as this week. In a lawsuit that could result in major delays to upcoming elections. The cases focused on census data used to redraw voting districts. NPR's Hansi Lo Wang reports the pandemic and last minute schedule. Changes by Trump officials have already forced the Census Bureau to delay releasing the 2020 census data about people's race another demographic information for almost five months. Alabama is asking for an emergency court order that would force severe to develop new data privacy protections, which the Vera says could take 6 to 7 months. Alabama's arguing the bureau's current plans would make the data unusable because of how it flows is a census results. Bureau says the planet finalized last week will ensure quote the accuracy of data necessary for redistricting and voting Rights Act enforcement this cases before a three judge court and is expected to be appealed to the U. S. Supreme Court. Hansi Lo Wang. NPR NEWS New York You're listening to NPR news. The Israeli parliament selected a new government Sunday with Naftali Bennett as the new prime minister. President Biden, traveling in Europe, congratulated Bennett and pledged to consult with him on security matters. A new government ends the 12 year rule of Benjamin Netanyahu. Biden says he wants to work with the new government to advance peace, security and prosperity for Israelis and Palestinians. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has pledged Ottawa support for Ukraine. But as Dan Carp and Chuck reports he wouldn't go so far as to support Kiev's next move, which is NATO membership. Ukraine's call to join NATO comes ahead of this week's first face to face meeting between US President Joe Biden and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. At issue Russia's annexation of Crimea, its military build up on Ukraine's border and allegations of Russian interference in US elections. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has also raised the issue of NATO membership with both Biden and Trudeau in a statement. Trudeau's office would only say Ottawa supports Ukraine's Euro Atlantic aspirations, and a spokeswoman said there was nothing more to add. Past. Canadian governments have advocated Ukraine joining NATO, but the issue could be a line in this and for Russia, and some analysts say Canada and other allies should be cautious and how it proceeds. For NPR News. I'm Dan Carpenter Chuck in Toronto in Myanmar ousted leader Aung Song Sushi is to go on trial Monday. She was ousted by a military coup on February 1st. After her party won election in November. She's charged with breaching coronavirus restrictions, well campaigning and intend to incite. I'm Nora Rahm NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Ja Rule, and Pamela Mon,.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"In this region who are thinking about making that dangerous track to the United States Mexico border Do not come. President Biden also making his first foreign trip later this week and ahead of that trip, which involves a visit with Vladimir Putin, he's reiterating his support of Ukraine's territorial integrity. President Biden invited Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky to the White House later this summer during a phone call ahead of President Biden's first foreign trip later this week. They were able to talk about basically every significant aspect of the relationship, including with respect to, uh the U. S is support for Ukraine's security. National security Advisor Jake Sullivan says President Biden told Zelinsky he will stand up firmly for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Zelinsky has raised concerns about next week's summit with President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. At the White House. Jared Halpern Fox NEWS Dr Anthony Fauci, getting reassurance from President Biden about his job status. While more evidence points to the coronavirus potentially leaking from a lab. Here's Fox's Peter Doocy. Fauci has repeatedly demonstrated a history of moving goalposts when it comes to public health, withholding facts that don't conform with his own narrative and issuing inappropriate personal judgments that distort the truth. But for now, Fauci his job is safe Couches inbox early in the pandemic contained word that it's possible. Covid 19 was not natural but engineered, although experts don't think that means Fauci had bad intentions to experts, now right in the Wall Street Journal, the scientific evidence points to the conclusion that the virus was developed in a laboratory. But the Chinese are withholding critical data from the World Health Organization. While many health experts at the beginning of the pandemic claimed that the coronavirus came via Natural transmission. Florida Governor Ron de Santis is filing a lawsuit against the CDC over vaccine regulations for ports in Florida Foxes Phil Keating reports from the port of Miami Royal Caribbean headquarters in Port Miami, reversed.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:07 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Their loss. Some of them are here in The Hague for this final judgments, which they hope Will results in radical modish being locked up for the rest of his life. On a holiday with that report, And in the next hour we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor Shelbourne it so he was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110, kilometers for seven days to get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days. Who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders. A few days ago, Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting. With Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And, of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine. Joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone older wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meets Putin Will Will he be satisfied with a telephone conversation and an invite for later? Good morning and thank you for having made some pleasure. Well, first of all, this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that Zelensky was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump at which was actually the conversation with the landscape and, uh, Trump that was basically asking for a quid pro quo from Talansky, saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against Uh huh. That's right, yes. Start these ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hints at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery bubble for Zelinsky. They will be meeting in July. We know that already from the Lansky's statement, his office statement. On the other hand, of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelensky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva on June 16. Why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia. Basically, the factor the your is not, but the factor it is. Russia has been concentrating troops on Ukrainian borders Since April, there is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian guest pipeline that is almost completed. And other pressing issues that the Lansky wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now, these are very big issues. But there seems to be a sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of resistance to put in much more so than under Trump. So does the Lenski hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country, and yet, do they have hopes? In the future. Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine, a more substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times. So, um, and North Stream two is one of those projects that the Lansky hope the U. S would help, too. Block it. Although the project is on the final stage of construction, and during the call, we know that they discussed this gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is a security threat, and he also hinted that some security guarantees should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed, we don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security, so that probably also remains North Stream two Ukraine This is a vital issue because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit fees. Gas transit. A lot of exactly a lot of money at stake. Their older, many thanks, indeed. All go to karaoke. Distribution of the BBC World Service in the U..

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

04:56 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Judgments which they hope Will result in radical modish being locked up for the rest of his life. On a hologram with that report, And in the next hour, we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor, Shelbourne Nitze, who was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110 kilometers for seven days. To get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders a few days ago, Ukraine's president Vladimir Zelensky. Was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And, of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine. Joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone. All there wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meet Putin Will will he be satisfied with a telephone conversation and an invite for later? Good morning and thank you for having made the pleasure. Well. First of all this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that Zelinsky was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump. At which was actually the conversation with the landscape and trump that was basically asking for a quick broke war from Zelinsky saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against Uh huh. That's right. Yes, yeah. These ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hands at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery bubble for Zelinsky will be meeting in July. We know that already from Talansky's statement, his office statement On the other hand, Of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelinsky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva in June 16 or why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia. Basically, the factor the your is not, but the fact that it is Russia has been concentrating troops and Ukrainian borders. Since April, There is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian gas pipeline that is almost completed and other pressing issues that the Alinsky wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now these are very big issues, but there seems to be a sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of resistance to put in much more so. And under Trump. So does Zelinsky hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country. And yet do they have hopes in the future? Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine and more substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times. So, um and North Stream two is one of those projects that the Polanski hope the U. S. Would help to block it, although the project is on the final stage of construction And during the call. We know that they discussed the this got gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is a security threat, And he also hinted that some security guarantees should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed. We don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security. Yeah, so that probably also remains North Stream. Two Ukraine. This is a vital issue because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit face gas transit exactly a lot of money at stake their older many thanks indeed. All go to karaoke.

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"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

09:09 min | Last month

"vladimir zelensky" Discussed on WBUR

"And a hooligan has sent us this report. Red Con la dish was the face of an audacious military campaign. The hands on enforcer of a political plot engineered at the top. To make sections of Bosnia's Muslim population disappear. He is really important because in many ways he presided over the sort of violent machinery of the army. Actually, Eva Lukasik is a historian at Utrecht University. Well, I would say that's probably one of the most important individuals in determining how the war would play out in Bosnia have to go. But you know it was a Bosnian Serb general that led the Bosnian Serb army pretty much throughout the war. So his responsibility and how the prosecution argued the case is that basically he was at the top of a certain pyramid of violence. So to say It began with persecution propaganda that turned neighbors against one another, and for thousands ended in stripper Nissa families fled to a United Nations base designated safe zone expecting protection. When radical Mladic and his Bosnian Serb army arrived, he reassured the displaced crowds with chocolates for the Children and promises of a safe passage. Then separated the women from their sons, husbands and fathers. In the four days that followed, approximately 8000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys were executed. Serbia needs a genocide is the only recognized genocide on European soil since World War two Catherine Bomb burger is the director of the International Commission for Missing Persons, You know now that we've been able to identify almost 90% of the over 8000 men and boys that were executed during those days in July. What is important is that we have scientific evidence. We use DNA as the first line of identification. We were able to link the identity of these individuals back to the original mass grave sites where the bodies had been disarticulated because the perpetrators had tried to hide the evidence. Exume ng the mass grave sites, the original sites and removing the bodies to multiple secondary sites so that evidence could never be found. But through DNA, we were able to piece the bodies back together again. The families were able to bury them. July 11th is coming up. Now it's a month away. But this was important for the families of the missing As soon as these bodies began to be excavated and bear in mind At that point, they still thought they were alive and hidden detentions in Serbia, and this is what they were being told. So slowly. But surely the story began to emerge. So we try to new technology and we revolutionized the use of DNA. For purposes like this, but it's hugely significant because without it, I think The denial again, which is still complicated would have continued. This is an important contribution to justice, every single one of the 161 people indicted by this Yugoslav tribunal. Have been accounted for. Some have died. Many serve their time. This court has an enviable record in terms of international justice for one of its legacy, have the legal vassals sports here in The Hague has any impact on reconciliation in the region? Serge Brammertz is the chief prosecutor at the this last tribunal prosecutions by themselves or convictions. Will not bring reconciliation. Reconciliation has to come from within a society from within the victims, Communities, perpetrators, communities and you need responsible politicians. But what I really think is that prosecution accountability is a precondition to give reconciliation a chance, because if you cannot agree on the responsibilities in the past, if you cannot agree On the history of nations. How can you prepare a joint project to move forward together? Did you ever think that you wouldn't reach this point? It looked impossible in the nineties to have these individuals arrested. Well, it happened in 2011. From Lady Justice Delayed doesn't mean necessarily Justice denied every year. Many of the survivors come together in reverence to remember their loss. No, Some of them are here in The Hague for this final judgments. Which they hope Will results in radical murdered being locked up for the rest of his life. On a holiday with that report, And in the next hour we'll be speaking to Camille Makovich. He's a former mayor, Shelbourne, etc. Who was 16 at the time of the massacre. He fled and walked 110, kilometers for seven days to get to a safe place will be joining us in the next hour. 25 minutes past the hour. Joe Biden is very much on the world stage with the G seven rich Club of countries meeting in a few days. Who gets to meet him and how is a very significant issue a status issue for world leaders. A few days ago, Ukraine's President Vladimir Zelensky was saying in an interview. He really really wanted to meet Joe Biden before the U. S president had a scheduled meeting. With Russia's Vladimir Putin. Zelinsky offered to meet Biden at any moment and at any spot on the planet. He didn't get a meat straight away, but they have spoken on the phone. Sedensky has been invited to the White House this summer. And of course, they had a lot of issues to talk about. Olga is a journalist in Ukraine and joins us on the line from Kiev. There was a certain desperation in the tone of the wasn't there that Zelinsky really wanted to have a sort of a face to face meet, or it was certainly a conversation before Biden meet Putin, Will he be satisfied? With a telephone conversation and an invite for later. Good morning and thank you for having made pleasure. Well. First of all, this call is the second call between Zelinsky and Biden after Biden took office in January this year, And finally, there is an invitation to the White House, something that's a landscape was expecting since he became president of Ukraine in 2019. You and the listeners probably remember the scandal with that led to the impeachment process against the former U. S. President Donald Trump. At which was actually the conversation with the landscape and trump that was basically asking for a quid pro quo from Zelensky, saying that he would be invited to the White House if he launched a trial if he supported the trial against, uh the Biden. That's right. Yes, yeah. These ties to Joe Biden's son. So, uh, Zelinsky was denied a meeting. Then there was no hands at the meeting at his first conversation with Joe Biden earlier this year, and then finally, there is an invitation. So, of course, on the one hand, that's a big victory and the big delivery herbal for Zelinsky will be meeting in July. We know that already from Talansky's statement, his office statement On the other hand, Of course, there is some disappointment, probably for Zelensky that this meeting will follow Joe Biden's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin scheduled to take place in Geneva in June. 16. Why? Because you know that Ukraine is at the state of war with Russia, basically the fact so the your is not, but the fact that it is Russia has been concentrating troops on Ukrainian borders. And since April, there is a gas pipeline North Stream two Russian gas pipeline that is almost completed and other pressing issues that the lets you wanted to discuss with Biden before him, It's Putin. Now. These are very big issues, but there seems to be Sort of a tone of Biden of opposition of Resistance Tutut in much more so than under Trump. So does Zelinsky Hope for advantage. The North Stream two bit of a disaster for the country, and yet do they have hopes in the future? Well, Definitely. There is more hope in Ukraine and in Ukrainian government and president Zelensky that under the Biden administration, there will be more substantial US support to Ukraine. More substantial that it was during the Donald Trump times so and nursery into is one of those projects that the Lansky hope the U. S would help, too. Block it. Although the project is on the final stage of construction, and during the call, we know that they discussed this gas pipeline with Lewinsky, saying that this is not an economic project that this is Security threat, and he also hinted that some security guarantee should be provided to Ukraine. If the North Stream two is completed. We don't know what does that mean yet and from Joe Biden's statement? We only know that the the president's discussed the need for close cooperation on energy security, so that probably also means North Stream two different. This is a vital issue. Because it would deprive Ukraine of its transit face. Gas transit. Exactly a lot of money at stake. Their older, many thanks indeed. All go to karaoke..

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