6 Burst results for "Wang Keyshawn"

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That because they've heard from the folks who have these ongoing investigations. It's been indefinitely postponed. We don't know whether there will be any sort of subpoena type action, but I can tell you. This was written in the New York Times this morning talking about this pudding democrat in an awkward position. They write quote, they must decide whether to force Mr. Colin to testify his concerns about security or walk away altogether. From a hearing that they held out as the first marquee moment in their plan to showcase their aggressive oversight of Mr. Trump and his administration congress. I think that's exactly right. I think a couple of things are in play because if they do subpoena him, and they may what will the answer. Well because when you're under subpoena. Do you take the fifth you answer? So how does that all work out? I think that's a concern that they have to deal with second is this maybe they got finally sensitive to this back that the first big hearing. They were doing they were bringing a guy in to testify in front of congress who in five weeks is going to prison for lying to congress. Maybe at some point they actually understood what that may not be the best thing to do. So I don't know what Mr. Comey's is gonna do. I don't know how this is. Going to work out. All I know is we're focused on getting the truth out in a visceral, Colin calms, we're going to be prepared to ask him the questions that we think the American people deserve answers to coin's attorney. Lanny Davis had Cohen and the Senate committee agreed on February twelfth dates China's vice president has taken a not so veiled shot at President Trump's aggressive trade policies in his speech to global elites in the Swiss Alps, vice president Wang Keyshawn set at the World Economic Forum that quote, shifting blame for one's own problems onto others won't resolve the problems and the US in China, the world's two biggest economies of imposed heavy taxes on each other's imports in a dispute over Beijing's technology policy. Meanwhile, Canada's ambassador to China says a top Chinese executive as a strong case to avoid extradition to the US ambassador. John McCallum told Chinese language media that while way executive mum Joe is quite good arguments, including quote comments from Donald Trump on her case. Canada, arrested, the daughter of wow ways. Founder at the request of the US December first she's wanted on fraud charges that she misled banks about the company's business dealings in Iran. President Trump said last month, he might abandon the case in pursuit of a trade deal with Beijing. The US has officially requested an open meeting of the UN Security Council on Saturday to discuss the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo made the request after sixteen of the thirty four nations and the organization of American states recognized opposition leader Juan Guido as president at an emergency session on Thursday. The time for debate is done. The regime. A former President Nicolas Maduro is illegitimate his.

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"wang keyshawn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Okay. I haven't I haven't heard the statement. But I do understand that perhaps you should have said it differently. Local people know who they are when they go for groceries and everything else. I think what what boys probably trying to say is that they will work along. I know banks are working along. If you have mortgages, the mortgage is the mortgage the folks collecting the interest and all of those things, they work alone. And that's what happens in like this. They know the people they've been dealing with them for years, and they work the grocery store, and I think that's probably what Wilbur Ross. But I haven't seen a statement. But he's done a great job. I will tell you that. Yes. I love them. I respect them. I really appreciate the great job. They're doing. They, you know, many of those people that are not getting paid are totally in favor of what we're doing because they know the future of this country is dependent on having a strong border. Meanwhile, some eight hundred thousand federal employees will miss a second paycheck today. China's vice president is taking not-so-veiled shots at President Trump's aggressive trade policies in his speech to global elites in the Swiss Alps, vice president Wang Keyshawn said at the World Economic Forum this week that quote, shifting blame. For one's own problems onto others will not resolve the problems and the US in China, the world's two biggest economies have imposed heavy taxes on each other's imports in a dispute over Beijing's aggressive push to challenge American technological dominance. And Canada's ambassador to China says a top Chinese executive has a strong case to avoid extradition to the US ambassador. John McCallum told Chinese language media that while way executive among Modu has quote, quite good arguments, including comments from Donald Trump on her case Canada are arrested the daughter of wow. As founder at the request of the US, December first she's wanted on fraud charges that she misled banks about the company's business dealings in Iran. President Trump said last month, he might abandon the case in pursuit of a trade deal with Beijing. Don't forget, you can take us with you. Wherever you go by downloading the talk stream live free mobile app. You can reach out to me on social media, Twitter or Facebook, I met Matra talk use the hashtag af en. And of course, you can follow the show on Twitter at America's First News. Use the hashtag F N still to come this hour on America's First News. The State Department ordering non-essential diplomats and staff at the embassy in Venezuela to leave. Country for security reasons, we will hear from national security adviser John Bolton coming up. What do all of us have in common, folks? No matter our age or profession stress is in our lives. I've causes anxiety..

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"wang keyshawn" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Got a growth finally kicked up to level when coming down a little higher level coming down a little bit. Neck makes people nervous will back out to the trend growth projection for for twenty is about this one one nine one eight something like that. So it's back down below trend. Meanwhile, Chana use the World Economic Forum to mind a vigorous defense and globalization and attack protectionism vice president Wang Keyshawn offered a thinly veiled rebuke to President Trump's economic policies. Many countries are increasingly looking inward with making policies barriers to investment, and trade are increasing and unilateralism. Protectionism and populism are spreading in the world. All of these are posing serious challenges to the international order, shifting blame. For one's own problems onto others will not resolve the problems. Joining me. Nice Saima Ballard executive director and head of macro strategy. I of the dovey Bank Simon great to see you this morning. A lot to digest many use much use of language from Davos as the fab team sit together. How concerned are you about global growth? Oh, absolutely. And I think you know, we've had it from the World Bank. We had it from the IMF earlier this week that there was the expectation that yields we're gonna go significantly. How should I say continue to to rise a meaningfully during the course of this year is globalized and continue to improve? I think you know, that the title of the World Bank piece in early January really sort of something that night, and that was darkening skies the central banks the fed the albeit sort of very much hitting the pause button. Now having ended its asset purchase program, and you mentioned in terms of its first policy announcement of the afternoon. They throwing everything at it. I've tried to stabilize the global economy is still is still showing signs of weakness. We're not predicting sort of returns to recession. But I think, you know, we're we're we're looking at consolidation now an much softer outlet than perhaps many were expecting or anticipating or hoping for in the fourth quarter of last year. Is he as I look at the word right now. I said the Chinese actually got it. Right. They're doing south, easy, triple or cards. They're doing adding at targeted medium-term facilities mcquarry called it a low profile rate cut yesterday. So by my reckoning, I think the Chinese are right in front in in the game in terms of bolstering against the slow slowdown agree or disagree. I agree. And I think you know, timing has probably not being on the on the side of the should I say having ended that asset purchase program on the thirty first of December. Mr Draghi, the word Smith is always be all about what he says than what he does today. And there's there's no way they'll change policy, of course. But his ability to to move the market in terms of longer term expectations through through his threes. Q through his statements. It's very interesting so China leading the way, but the to be has to acknowledge the weakness, and we saw that in the W W W numbers out of Germany this week the current expectations. Will we will week drug? He has to sort of accept those and south slightly dovish. But you know, he has to maintain his optimistic view that they've done everything. They can the euro-zone economy will continue to grow at a shall we say, let's less robust pace bats during the course of this year. Yeah. D C B B O J knowledged, I drop it in facing yesterday that potential dovish message that Draghi might deliver day might even acknowledge as a slowdown in the economy. What would that do to European asset? Simon. Well, I think you know, if we get a dovish sort of low level of growth that to a certain extent, he's still Goldilocks terms from an investment perspective. What we don't want is the we don't want to say thanks generically to continue to sound hole. Keisha or wanting to continue to to withdraw stimulus at a time. When we see growth slowing because that will start to fuel. Fears about sex flation, perhaps, etc. Going forward. I think if you sound sort of dovish cautious and trying to secure the foundations for growth going forward, then from a risk asset perspective, you know, that probably helps but you want to move up the quality curve a little bit avoid some of the riskier most of the cyclical yielding lower rated entities in favor of as I say, more more stable and more defensive products. Okay. Simon just one other thing is that we're looking at the bullbar at sorry from the A I and we seem to have gone site knees. Schizophrenic album, we've gone from barber literally doom and gloom before Christmas. We flicked it Ryan. And then we're backing out slightly studied bearish sentiment. Again, how much risk you want to really take in this first quarter until you find out what happens with trait. Well, that's the problem. First quarter of the year coming into early January. Traditionally is a very strong year in terms of equity and risk on when we've seen that we've seen a very solid performance. But I think what we need to be doing now for this. First quarter is we associate risk on the backdrop of risk US government, shutdown global, growth, etc. We have to be much more focused on fundamentals, and I think that's one of the reasons why we've seen GCC credit performing so strongly oil prices stabilizing and seeing some further upside potential during the course of this year from the lows that we touched back into last year credit is performed very very, well, you've seen a sharp compression in spreads across that asset class. If your Bloomberg Bloomberg this GCC credited index, and that's what we need to be doing so much more focus on fundamentals still sort of risk on, but very very selectively ahead of Brexit and global growth concerns. Okay. By the credits. And there's more spread compression to come. Stay with us the executive director and had a macro strategy at F A B up next the risk of.

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"wang keyshawn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Davos in a matter of minutes here on Bloomberg radio hearing from the French finance minister blue Nola now this, of course, as there's a debate underway over in Davos to what extent we could see a global slowdown in twenty thousand nineteen a lot of different said this as for instance, the White House says there could be flat lining growth in the first quarter. As if the shutdown continues to the end of March now that hasn't held us back from gains in trading overnight. Asian stocks are up pretty much across the board. The nikei looks set to close down one tenth of one percent. But it's the only major index showing read the topics is up about four tenths of one. Percent in Europe, we see futures gaining although just barely in the UK. But Dax futures are up one tenth of one percent tenths of one percent. As our euro, stocks futures, US futures are pointing down and as far as other risk indicators are concerned investors look to be selling US tenure debt pushing the yield up to two point seven four percent. And now even selling the yen against the dollar. You can buy one nine point seven yen for a dollar right now. Gold trading at twelve eighty one seventy nine a Troy ounce and Brent crude is down thirty four cents to sixty dollars and eighty cents a barrel. All right. That's the big picture when it comes to the markets. Let's just break. You a headline on the Bloomberg terminal this morning out of ST micro fourth quarter net revenue coming in slightly Bill Burr beyond expectations that two point six five billion dollars. The estimate was for a revenue figure of two point six four billion dollars. So slightly ahead of estimates. We have seen some. Semi-conductors Hsieh's holding their own in Asian trading will continue into Europe seeing these figures fourth quarter net income at S T, micro. Also better than expected four hundred eighteen million dollars the estimate there three hundred seventy six million dollars. Matt. All right. Let's cross over to Singapore now or Wes Goodman from the markets. Live team is standing by west the Ozzy dollar big in the news. One of the most read stories falling to its lowest level in almost three weeks. What's driving down the AUSSIE dollar? Yes. Hi, good morning. Everyone yellow we have National Australia Bank. National Bank of Australia. I should say part of me. One of the one of the big banks. There is raising interest rates raising the rate of charges on home mortgages and housing housing. Prices are already tumbling on Australia. So, you know, the worry is the danger is this higher mortgage rates can can threaten the overall economy. And it's actually kind of an interesting example of how rising interest rates can critique growth, which is something that people are also looking at and worried about in the United States. But anyway, the AUSSIE dollar fell about oh point five percent today, which was one of the bigger movers in our in our Asian markets today really been the major mover in the major currency space west. There is also a clear central banking today. Of course, we got the meeting wrapping up later the Bank of Korea overnight, cutting its inflation forecast this off to the Bank of Japan did the same on Wednesday. You're writing today that this will be an important theme for two thousand nineteen. Yeah. You know? I mean, it just seems like everywhere you look inflation is falling short of expectations. You mentioned Korea and Japan. It's also happening in the UK and the US and China and an ECB president Draghi may touch on it in his press conference today. This of course is good for bonds. We had a twenty year sale in Japan today. The drew strong bidding even though the the yield is less than point five percents. So twenty years sale less than point five percent yield. But it drew strong bidding. And that's that's all because the central Bank is cutting its inflation forecasts. So I think slowing inflation shaping up to be a positive for for bonds globally this year. Thanks very much for joining us for real time market, commentary and analysis. Check out the markets live blog type m L I Vigo on your Bloomberg terminal. All right. Let's delve deeper into our top stories this morning, and we're starting with the growth three Indian concerns regarding growth this as the Trump administration admit. That if the government shutdown persists through March, there's a chance of zero economic growth this quarter, chairman of the White House council of economic advisers, Kevin Hassett spoke to CNN could we get zero growth. I just want to nail that we could we could. Okay, if it extended for the whole quarter, and given the fact that the first quarter tends to be low residual seasonality than you could have with a number of very close. But said how's it also argued that growth could rebound to four? Oh five percent when the government reopens. Meanwhile, President Trump has said that he will give the state of the union address. Once the shutdown is over this off to house speaker Nancy Pelosi said that she won't let the president do. So unless government agencies open again now the trade war is one of the major areas of concern when it comes to the global economy, China use the World Economic Forum to mount a vigorous defence of globalization and attack protectionism vice president Wang Keyshawn offered a thinly veiled rebuke of President Trump's economic policies. Many countries are increasingly looking inward when making policies barriers to investment, and trade are increasing and unilateralism. Protectionism and populism are spreading in the world. All of these are posting serious challenges to the international order, shifting blame. For one's own problems onto others will not resolve the problems that was Chinese vice? President Wang Keyshawn. Let's continue on the political align the risk of a no deal. Brexit is receding after France and Germany signal that they would be meaningful to delaying it, and as Bloomberg's Alex Morales explains parliament's is also inching closer to forcing a delay. UK trade minister, Liam Fox also suggested in a Bloomberg interview that he could live with the delay. Well, the idea is toxic to Theresa May. Who says it won't resolve any issues, she's repeatedly stopped show to ruling the option out her position may be moot? Because lawmakers maneuvering to force it to seek a delay. If she hasn't broken a deal that parliament can accept by the end of March when Britain is due to leave the block across party amendment to do. So he's been tabled by labor backbencher Yvette Cooper. And this gaining traction labor is Brexit spokesman kissed on hinted. It may become party policy to back the amendment calling it a sensible plan in Alex Morales. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And let's talk a little bit more about Brexit because Airbus has called the process a disgrace saying a no deal divorce could force the company to move future investment out of the UK CEO. Tom enders, one of the most outspoken business leaders on Brexit slammed the quote madness of Brexit, tears. Assuming the planemaker won't abandon Britain Airbus, which is based in to lose has fourteen thousand workers in Britain and supports around another one hundred ten thousand jobs indirectly. Yeah. It would certainly be a blow as opposed for at least the UK image. If Boswell to leave Tom enders talking tough there. Meanwhile, the is likely to reiterate that it will keep interest rates at a record low at least through the summer. Bloomberg's Pietra Skolimowski has the preview of today's rates decision. Mario Draghi's unlikely to describe risks to economic outlook is tilted to the downside at least not yet despite fresh signs of deepening slow down. The focus will be on whether the president hinted plans for a new round of longer term loans to banks most economists expect the announcement of funding to come in March in Frankfurt ski Bloomberg daybreak Europe. After hiking. Six rates six times last year policymakers of Southeast Asia's biggest economy or getting a breather from a more cautious Federal Reserve with investors. Scaling back on their federate outlook foreign inflows have returned to Indonesia and the currency has rebounded Perry. Jiro governor of Indonesia's central Bank says it may be nearing the top of its policy cycle. Laura possibility of. Hiking this food our policy near the this. The Ford guys. Giving to the Martha is there scope for a cut it difficult to say at the moment. Remember? Our policy for monetary policy is. And that was Indonesia's central Bank. Governor Perry Wajir oh. And the raven more signs that two thousand eighteen was a bad year for hedge funds. David Einhorn screen light capital had one point seven billion dollars inclined withdrawals as it posted its biggest annual loss in history. Meanwhile, assets at David Harding's Quant fund plunged by around five billion dollars as it shifted strategy and investors lost patience with computer driven. Hedge funds and a pair of distressed debt funds managed by Blackstone credit machine. G S O suffered losses last year. They soft old prices plunged GSA was one of Blackstone biggest businesses with assets of more than one hundred and thirty one billion dollars. Let's get the world national news now for that. We go to Leon Garin good morning. Matt President Trump has fully recognized Venezuela's opposition leader is president of the national assembly and head of state. This puts a nNcholas Maduro under unproved. President of pressure threatening his knees. Six year rule of the South American nation, the US Brazil and international allies, recognize one Guido and the country's rightful leader minute software. He declared himself head of state. Germany's defense minister has accused Italy of sabotaging a migrant rescue mission in the Mediterranean, escalating, a dispute between Berlin and Rome's populous government premed pan-german naval vessels out of reach of refugees spectacle of a maritime dispute between the two major EU Member States put on display further tensions as Italy's right-wing deputy premier Matteo Salvini picks fights with erstwhile allies in Berlin, Patrick Donahue. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Kim Jon has expressed great satisfaction with a personal letter. He has received from President Trump. That's according to North Korean state media. Bloomberg's pay has the latest Kim Jong UN expressed great satisfaction with a personal letter received from President Donald Trump, North Korea's state media. Reported today Kim also reportedly said he expects nuclear negotiations to advance step-by-step suggesting that Kim's regime anticipate sanctions relief in return for North Korea trying down its nuclear weapons program. His remarks were made during a meeting with North Korean envoys who visited the White House last week in so appear. Peter Paige, Bloomberg daybreak Europe. And finally Thailand is holding a general election on the twenty fourth of March for the first time since a queue in may two thousand fourteen ending one of the longest periods. Vomit rule in history. Bloomberg's a Randy thank on night has more the current military government seized power in twenty fourteen falling a period of unrest and street. Protests ballooning vote. Now puts the focus back on political uncertainty in a country with a history of polls, followed by demonstrations and coups in Bangkok Randy tanto night. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news.

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"wang keyshawn" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

08:27 min | 2 years ago

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Hour with professional money manager, Bill Anderson of gunnison capital management. It's good to get back a full week of work. What tell you what you know with the light volume in the market that seems to. Amplify the moves to the upside? And to the downside just witnessed last Thursday. And last Friday when on Thursday was about as gloomy is. It could get maybe that was the final capitulation, but on Thursday of last week, the Dow was down six hundred and sixty points, and it was just a just a flawed or just a massacre on that same day on Thursday. The NASDAQ was down two hundred and two points on a day like that. You're very glad that you're pretty much neutral on the market. And then you follow up on Friday after a jobs report that was better than expected and kind of a comments by the fed that I'm sure we're engineered to calm the markets. The Dow was up seven hundred forty six on Friday, and the NASDAQ was up two hundred and seventy five points on Friday on a day like that. You're wishing you were all in. But of course, you wouldn't have wished you were all in on Thursday. If you add the two days up, the Dow was up eighty six points during that two day period of time, and the NASDAQ was up seventy three points. Maybe that's a better way to look at how we ended the week. I begin a new year. I have about seventy eight percent sitting on the sidelines in cash protecting just in case. But at the same time looking for opportunities this week, and I think there will be a lot of opportunities that are going to emerge here. Very very soon. Now, what did it on Friday? Well, the payroll report the jobs report came in at three hundred and twelve thousand we were only expecting one hundred and seventy eight thousand that was a huge number initially that scared the market thinking well now the fed will act for sure to raise interest rates, but then along came. Jerome Powell who was the Grinch stole Christmas this any clause rally, and he came in with very calming words about the market. He said that let's see if we can get his, quote, we are prepared to adjust policy quickly and flexibly. And something that he may have officially thrown in the towel on this current rate hike cycle and instead backing off and being very very flexible. I think the word patient was thrown in there somewhere along the way that also calm the market. But that was the big move. You saw on Friday. The NASDAQ up three point two percent s&p up two and a half percent on Friday. But of course, just the day before the day before in whiplash like action, anybody know, a good chiropractor. The Dow was down six hundred sixty on Thursday. In two zero two on the NASDAQ on Thursday. That's why I'll be wearing a neck break soon here watching these markets. Well, let's see what else do we have. Well, you know, what else you could draw from that jobs report with that jobs report? It's hard to make a recession a case for a recession. Just around the corner. The yield curve has not inverted. In fact, it ended the week with seventeen basis points between the two year and the ten year and generally speaking when and if the yield curve does in Vert, well, generally, it's many months after that that we finally see a recession. But having said that the market is forward-looking the market will start going down way in advance of a recession. It won't wait until the numbers are official. We're reserve. Session. The market will have gone down a lot by that time. So that's why we have to be forward looking on all of this. And let's not forget it was just Thursday that we have that horrible IS manufacturer report between that and apple that really put the market in a tailspin on Thursday. So we'll the real market, please stand up. Remember, the old show, you try to guess, which guy was the was the juggler at the circus. You know, they'd have three guys tell their story. I'm the juggler, blah, blah, blah behind it. And then they would say what the wheel one please stand up. And of course, the other two would always fool their share this what this market is doing. Well, the real market, please stand up. So we can do some serious investing again. Well once again. That jobs report of three hundred twelve thousand in December was well above expectations of a gain of one hundred and eighty and that obviously is data that is not consistent with the recession in two thousand nineteen and it just may be that many investors to pessimistic to pessimistic as we ended two thousand eighteen because there sure was a lot of pessimism to end two thousand in nineteen. There does seem to be some kind of a correlation between oil and the markets. You got oil prices up today, you've got at least the NASDAQ up today while is a leading indicator and a current indicator of the global economy, and I think oil is looking at hopes oil is also following the US China trade talks that are going. On. In fact, they flew out your last night, our trade delegation. This the B team President Donald Trump and president Gijon pinger considering meeting in the first half of two thousand and nineteen. If progress is made with the trade talks that begin tomorrow. In beijing. Well that kind of putting things on hold a little bit. It seems like I thought March I was a hard deadline. Trump is also considering meeting with Chinese president Wang Keyshawn at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos at the end of this month. Okay. So maybe that moves things up a little bit. But suffice it to say that the US trade team the B team flew out last night for another round of talks with China. And that continues to hang over the head of the markets. It's brought down oil prices considerably beside the old supply demand equation. There's also a lot of fear about global growth with this trade war with this nasty trade were taking place. And we also have of course, the market worried about a global recession. Well, it was also a big day for the emerging markets on Friday. Now, they had a terrible year in two thousand and eighteen I would say at least towards the end of the year, they stabilized quite a bit. The emerging markets were up almost three and a half three and a half percent on Friday. Of course, a big part of the emerging markets, China what's going to happen in China as the US team. Beijing. This is Bill from the best stocks now. Radio hour. We're all.

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"wang keyshawn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"wang keyshawn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Special counsel's investigation into allegations of russian interference in the election two years ago china's parliament has voted to appoint the former anticorruption chief wine cheese shan as vice president xi jinping it's also unanimously confirmed mr she second five year term in power teams read reports the post of vice president has traditionally been largely ceremonial in china but that's likely to change with the appointment of wang keyshawn he's a staunch ally if xi jinping known as the firefighter because of his record in tackling difficult issues as anti corruption chief mr wang led a purge of the communist party that brought down dozens of senior officials as a former trade negotiator he also has long experience of dealing with the united states all this makes him an ideal right hand man for xi jinping as the chinese leader consolidates his power at home and abroad british police are contacting a number of russian exiles to discuss their safety the move comes after a criminal investigation was opened into the mysterious death of a russian exile businessman nikolai glushkov who is found dead on monday in south west london this report from john mcmanus mr bush gulf was a friend of the russian oligarch boris berezovsky who was found dead in twentythird seen nikolai lush gulf believed he'd been murdered mr bush coffee himself was a political exile having being jailed in his home country after being found guilty of money laundering and fraud at the airline aeroflot's the home secretary amber route has already ordered a reexamination of the deaths of fourteen of the russians which may have been suspicious and police are now beginning to coincide other russian exiles living in the uk to discuss their safety the new investigation comes two weeks after a russian double agent was attacked with a deadly nerve agent in in salisbury in england world news from the bbc many of the thousands of syrian civilians who have managed to leave rebelheld areas of eastern guja of taken been taken to temporary shelters eunice f eight worker visit to one of the four reception areas told the.

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