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"warren peace" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

09:21 min | 1 year ago

"warren peace" Discussed on What A Day

"And now to some twenty twenty news for weeks. Senator Elizabeth. Warren has been speaking out against campaigns. That have been influenced by consultants in a not so subtle dig on South Bend Mayor Pete Buddha Judge in the past few days. She's begun to make that more explicit calling the mayor out by name. I think that their paycheck each should open up the doors so that anyone can come in and report on what's being said though store should be closed and no one should be left to wonder what what kind of promises made to the people who can pony up big bucks to be in that clip. You just heard was warren on Thursday telling reporters in Boston that budejovice should allow reporters into his fundraising events. She also says the mayor should release his list of updated. Bundlers I E. These are the rich guys who run basically what our phone trees of money for various candidates and campaigns. Buddha had done so in the past but that list has not been updated as of late for a little bit of context here in terms of how the candidates are raising their money Warren and Senator Bernie Sanders do not hold private fundraising events with big donors while judge and former vice president. Joe Biden do but but Biden notably has to his credit opened. His fundraisers to reporters suggests is a little bit of an outlier on on that. Yeah and how did the campaign respond. They WANNA start. Start Eight transparency war. That is okay. What the battle is going to be Between Him and Warren Right now They started by saying that warrant should open up up The doors to the decades of tax returns that she is hiding. Warren has released eleven years of tax returns which covers the Center for time in public office but not from before two two thousand eight at the time when she was a law professor at Harvard and head corporate clients to now later on Sunday warrants campaign did in fact release a little bit more information mission about the people whom she did consulting another legal work. The basic gist of it was over the span of three decades. She was compensated for nearly two million dollars so not crazy amounts but yeah that's like the latest on the Transparency Front so then on Friday night for the first time in the midst of this sort of new pressure and scrutiny. That's that's on the Buddha judge campaign. They decided to release more information about his work. At McKinsey and company now people will remember. That's obviously the consulting firm that very recently has had terrible headlines For working with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency in the trump administration on on things that they described quote detention saving opportunities. Yeah Yeah Rolling. My eyes everybody listening to my the video video will soon for that. Buddha has obviously also gotten a lot of questions about the firm for a long time and they're increasing as he sort of gaining in the race he hasn't revealed the full client list that he worked for citing a nondisclosure agreement but now he's publicly requested to be released from the. Here's a Buddhist responded to some of those questions and the general heightened scrutiny in a press conference on Friday night opening your tasers fundraisers and that's a question that reporters asked him for months House on wondering. When do you expect to the conversation and cancer? By the time the handed directly wasn't just record. Yes have you done a lot of considerations questions can you thank you do Wow really dodging it. So why is this all happening now. before the last debate you are nostradamus about everyone going after Buddha jade's because he's rising in the polls and that kind of fell flat so are you willing to make another bad prediction that we'll have you for the rest of your life. Yeah sure why not This just seems more legit. Because I think that there's more pressure on all the candidates right and like Warren is is finally calling Buddha judge out by name and that is something that is new and as they get closer to Iowa. It's just going to increase. The temperature is going to increase between the the two of them. But broadly speaking I think this is all happened and come to a head for a couple of reasons. One sort of the fact that Warren has seen a a bit of a slide in Iowa and butit's has gone up and that's because they may or may not be trading off of these sort of The more college educated white liberal voter. That's in Iowa and the other is that this is a function of the candidates being frustrated with Buddha judge. Not just about the fundraisers razors themselves. But they're wondering how it came to be. This guy began marketing himself as sort of a young progressive at the start of the year and has shifted ideologically weekly throughout the year. All while bringing in heaps of money at these fundraisers they're wondering pretty openly now if there's a connection between those things and if what he's saying they're behind behind closed doors is different than what he's saying in public and if he's changing his mind because that money is coming in okay so maybe this debate will have some actual fireworks six. What else might the good people at home have? Missed about twenty twenty over the past couple of days so it wasn't all Buddha Judge in Warren Senator Cory Booker's campaign said that they had raised more than one a million dollars in like three or four day span after Senator Harris dropped out Booker is going to most likely miss the next debate. And that's been part part of the conversation that he and some of the other candidates are having where booker has said for instance that the race has more billionaires than black people. I just did the math. Yeah it's an easy number I can. I can count. Which is which is not saying saying good things and speaking of one of those billionaires former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg number Had this crowd pleasing remark about the role of reporters at his news organization in a recent interview with CBS. This morning I think people have said to me. How can you investigate yourself herself? And I said I don't think you can but if you take a look at the Bloomberg News Organization we carry news from lots of different places like New New York Times and the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. There's plenty of ways for people to get news about the candidates if they look at Bloomberg. The News on news reports have complained. They think it's unfair that they're not allowed to investigate other Democratic candidates because their boss we have you I just have to learn to live with some things. They get a paycheck but with with your paycheck comes some restrictions and responsibilities. Wonderful Awful Reminder here that what the Bloomberg News Organization is doing now that Bloomberg is in the race is that they aren't allowed to do twenty twenty twenty reporting on Bloomberg and because they can't they also aren't going to do it on the other Democratic candidates so they're sitting there handcuffed and he's being like why are you getting paid so like. Why does it matter I mean jeeze maybe pay them a little more? I don't know exactly. And lastly just to close the loop on that we talked about on our last show former vice president. Joe Abide in briefly defended an interaction. He had with a voter recently in Iowa in which he called him a quote Damn Liar and challenged him to a push up contest by untold. NPR are quote was challenging me. What kind of shape? And so I- kid I said wants to do a push up contest. I was joking. Yeah you gotta be careful. He make jokes about that. It let you know because someone might take you up on it. Yes we know from ALTEA recent history. In fact that that's the case Little wide for you. We all just did push ups for for the show totally normal stuff. I totally did some to. Yes but the wreckage. Oh we'll be keeping you updated on the twenty twenty story lines as they progress and next week we'll be coming to you live from the next Democratic presidential debate here and now for some ads. 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"warren peace" Discussed on What A Day

What A Day

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"warren peace" Discussed on What A Day

"On today's show Senator Elizabeth Warren and P Buddha judge go toe to toe for Iowa I and some headlines but I in impeachment news blessed on Saturday the House Judiciary Committee released the report defining what the committee believes are impeachable offenses as outlined in the constitution. I there's treason which the committee defined as quote a deliberate betrayal of the nation nation. And its security. Then there's bribery defined as quote when the president offers solicits or accept something of personal value to influence his own official actions now notable in that definition is that even if a bribe isn't accepted it still counts as impeachable if a bribe was offered or solicited getting through that one and and lastly high crimes and misdemeanors which divided into three categories including abusive power. Foreign entanglements encryption office and Elections Woo. The report is not the official draft articles of impeachment. But it is the legal roadmap that the House Judiciary Committee is following. You know what that means. Yes it's still Europa isn't that I mean sure. Also Democrats are still going after more evidence and still getting stonewalled by the White House this past weekend house intelligence chaired Adam. Adam Schiff wrote a letter to Vice President Pence his office requesting that they declassify supplemental evidence from Pinch Aid Jennifer Williams about a phone call. The vice president had with Ukrainian Presidents Alinsky back in September in his letter. Shift asked to declassify the portions of that call. That wouldn't interfere with national security. The vice president's office is predictably refused saying that quote because Adam Schiff continues to operate in an underhanded manner the office of the vice president does not even know what he wants declassified and how can someone be underhanded when they're asking you for something directly to your face do not understand. I don't know an answer. Larry impeachment he stuff Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Peter. Ginsberg has ordered a stay on the release of Donald Trump's financial records which sound shocking. Because it means they're not coming out yet. Trump is trying to block. The records from being released leased to House Democrats and he's lost every case up until now so he's appealed to the Supreme Court and on Friday. Scotus will decide if they will hear his case and so we should finally know. We're going to finally find out where trump makes and spends his money or being president does give you total immunity to hide. Whatever the fuck you want? And Donald Trump believes that his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani's trip to Ukraine and budget documentary that we're just gonNA refer to exit through. The gift shop has actually dug up quote plenty of dirt on Joe Biden. According to trump Guiliani is expected to make a quote full report to the Attorney General and Congress soon which I guess is just showing them the movie or screeners ever honestly and Sags sent me green book last year so yeah I would know this week is going to be a doozy today. The House Judiciary Committee will hold a public. Hearing were lawyers from both parties will present their evidence from the impeachment inquiry so far tomorrow A. US District Judge will hear arguments in the lawsuit from former acting national security advisor. Ezra Charles Government. You'll Remember Cup was subpoenaed by Democrats in the impeachment inquiry and the White House told him not to comply. He's asking the judge to decide whether he should listen to the White House or Congress. So this judge's ruling will decide whether we'll hear from Mr Cup and it could also apply to others who haven't testified like former real national security adviser John Bolton and basically everywhere is reporting that the articles of impeachment will be debated and voted on by the Judiciary Committee by the end of this week. This has been your impeachment. Mint News blast.

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Pence Tells Venezuelans That U.S. Backs Efforts to Oust Maduro

Democracy Now! Audio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Pence Tells Venezuelans That U.S. Backs Efforts to Oust Maduro

"So numerous soap awful, so all pervasive. The mechanisms that we have for destruction also wholesales so frightening that we can actually exterminate whole ecosystems without even noticing it. That was David Attenborough speaking with Prince William Tuesday, Brazilian present Shire Bolsonaro also spoke with the World Economic Forum calling and business leaders to invest in Brazil, citing the country's biodiversity and abundant mineral riches, environmentalists sable sonata will speed catastrophic climate change through deregulation by opening up. That's watts of the Amazon to Agra business giants. A new study published. This week finds the melting of Greenland's ice sheet may have reached a tipping point and could severely increased sea level rise over the next twenty years. The report confirms other recent studies which warned the Arctic is warming at twice the rate. Eight of the rest of the planet due to climate change a study by the university of Michigan and Utah found federal aid to Puerto Rico was slower and less generous after hurricane Maria than federal aid received by Texas and Florida after hurricanes Harvey and Irma hurricane Maria which slammed into the island of Puerto Rico in September two thousand seventeen was in fact, a higher category. Hurricane the nose, which struck the mainland United States just weeks. Earlier local residents have decried themes response to the disaster. Last year. A Harvard study says the death toll from Maria make top forty six hundred in the New York town of Greece. Police arrested three men and a minor on suspicion of plotting an attack on a local Muslim community. The suspects were said to be in possession of multiple improvised explosive devices and firearms and charged with criminal possession of a weapon and conspiracy. The suspects were allegedly planning to attack the small community of Islam Burg in upstate New York. Police discovered the plot. After the identity. Sixteen year old suspect made a comment to a fellow student about a school shooter. The other suspects are nineteen year old Vincent veteran male and twenty year old Brian culinary and eighteen year old Andrew Krystal police say the attack was planned on the gaming chat platform, called discord and in New York City, the and New York Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the New York police department for resting transgender woman and charging her with false personnel. Linda Dominguez told NYPD officers that she changed her name to align with her gender identity. False personnel would involve someone intentionally misrepresenting their name in order to conceal their identity. Officers also allegedly harassed and mock Dominguez on the basis of her gender identity. This is Linda Dominguez speaking about the case. Give about I decided to do this with a lawsuit. So they don't keep doing this. I am the realization of my ancestors dreams, and I cannot allow the police to abuse us trans girls, and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot or the Warren peace report, I made me Goodman. We begin the show in Los Angeles where public school teachers are returning to school today after approving an agreement to end historic stay strike. The strike was the first in Los Angeles and three decades it came after more than twenty months of strain. Go she ASICs between the union the United teachers, Los Angeles and the school district the strike, effectively shutdown Los Angeles unified, the nation's second largest school district on Tuesday morning, union leaders and Los Angeles city officials announced they reached a deal

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman in Brazil, the far-right former army, captain ear Bolsonaro was sworn in as Brazil's forty second precedent on New Year's day declaring liberation from socialists and promising to restore law and order to Brazilian society. It's also urgent that we put him into this ideology of defending the criminals and criminalizing the police this has brought about an increase in violence in Brazil, and in the power of organized crime taking the lives of those who are innocent, destroying families and bringing insecurity everywhere. We are going to restore order in this country. We are aware of this awesome responsibility. And the challenges that we will face. We know where we want to go and the potential that Brazil has many fear Brazil's young democracy is now at risk for years. Both sonata has praised Brazil's former military dictatorship while speaking in favor of torture and threatening to destroy him prisoner banishes political opponents later in the broadcast. We'll air our interview with Fernando had dodger the Workers Party candidate who lost in the runoff election against Bolsonaro last October the partial government shutdown enters its twelfth day today as President Trump prepares to meet with congressional leaders. Just a day before Democrats take control of the house, President Trump's insisted on including five billion dollars for border wall funding before he'll agree to sign any spending measure eight hundred thousand government workers lives have been thrown into disarray by the shutdown with three hundred eighty thousand workers furloughed and another four hundred twenty. Thousand forced to work without pay since the house and Senate failed to pass an end of year spending Bill on December twenty second after headlines, we'll speak with lawyers for the federal workers union. That's suing the Trump administration saying it's illegal to make federal workers work without pay US border agents tear-gas migrants at the US Mexico border early Tuesday, the attack occurred in the same area as the teargassing in November at the border between Tijuana and San Diego, the tear-gas reportedly affected, women and children who are midst the group of targeted migrants. Meanwhile, President Trump addressed the deaths of two migrant children in US custody Saturday in a tweet he blamed Democrats for their deaths saying, quote, any deaths of children or others at the border was strictly the fault of the Democrats in their pathetic immigration policies that allow people to make the long trek thinking they can enter our country illegally. They can't if we had a wall, they wouldn't. Even try the president tweeted in Texas immigrant rights activists. Shut down the entrance to the tornado tent camp on New Year's Eve where several thousand immigrant youth are being detained. The activists have been organizing daily actions for the past two weeks under the banner of Christmas in tornado. So my name is Denise days. I am Dallas county community organizer, and we are here at it's her Neo port of entry in front of a cousin Chason cow essential American miners who are teenagers between the ages of twelve and seventeen..

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U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims

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00:49 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. Will Send Migrants Back to Mexico as They Wait on Asylum Claims

"Into Russian election interference in connection with his dealings with former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort, the Justice department has charged to Chinese nationals and a worldwide twelve year hacking campaign that included the US government and military targets. The hackers are said to be part of a network connected to Chinese intelligence and successful. Penetrated multiple government agencies. The US attorney's office in New York NASA and the navy among others. The personal information of more than one hundred thousand navy personnel was reportedly stolen in the cyber attack in California. Yemeni mother shaima sweeter has reunited with her dying two year old son after being granted a State Department waiver from President Trump's travel ban earlier this week the toddler of Dula son is an Oakland children's hospital with a rare brain disease both of Dila and his father Ali are US citizens. But the mother shaima sweat is a Yemeni citizen living in Egypt. Yemen is one of the five majority Muslim countries who citizens are barred from entering the US under Trump's executive order. This is a turning, but non electro speaking swill landed at the San Francisco airport. Let's be clear. Issuance of her visa this week was not an act of kindness on their part. The embassy and department of state had a legal obligation to adjudicate shame as waiver request within a reasonable amount of time, and they failed on that obligation. The result of that failure is that a giant two year old boy has suffered for the last two months without his mother by his side. Where it has acquitted forty NGO workers, including citizens from the US and other countries after a retrial of a case dating back to two thousand thirteen when forty three people were arrested and convicted of illegally using foreign funds to stir up position to the former military government, many of the foreign defendants, including fifteen Americans left Egypt after posting bail in two thousand thirteen and were sentenced in -centia at Christmas address at the Vatican today. Pope Francis pledged the Catholic church will never again, cover up sexual abuse and said, clergy members who are guilty of sexually abusing children should turn themselves in he added they should quote prepare for divine Justice, unquote. The Catholic church has been rocked by the ongoing sexual abuse crisis over the past year, which reached all the way to pope Francis. In a circle with two cardinals last week being removed as his close advisors and third stepping down. Top members of the clergy were expelled or resign. Signed in countries around the world in may every Bishop and Chile offered their resignation as the scandal exploded, they're here in the US, Pennsylvania. Grand jury investigation revealed systematic widespread sexual abuse in the church. The Justice department has opened investigations into several diocese around the country in Britain Gatwick airport has started to resume flights after drone sightings on Wednesday and Thursday shutdown service for over a day causing passenger chaos says flights were cancelled postponed or rerouted authorities say they still don't know who's beyond who is behind the unmanned aerial drones. In environmental news, Washington DC city. Lawmakers voted unanimously on clean energy Bill mandating hundred percent renewable electricity by twenty thirty to the legislation. Also requires public transportation and fleet vehicles achieves zero carbon emissions by twenty forty five. The mandate would apply to government buildings in the capital, including the White House. The Trump administration's been blasted by environmental groups for feverishly rolling back emissions limits and other environmental regulations, and in France, foreign vire, mental groups are planning possible legal action against the government for failing to affectively respond to climate change. This is the director of Greenpeace France wheel, issuing go. Complained to the French because we think that the French on doesn't do enough to climate change, though, is this is why we are trying to to shoot the French government who to to ensure that they can ramp them mission in terms of fighting climate change, which is not the situation right now. That's young Francois's. You'll ers over one point two million people had signed an online petition as Friday morning and support of illegal action. The government of France president Emmanuel Macron has come under fire before for its response to the climate crisis. And August, the French environment minister Nicolotte low resigned live on a radio show due to the country's failure to adequately address climate change another environmental threats, he said, and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I made me good. Then we begin today's show looking at secretary of defense, James. Madness. Who's announced he's resigning at the end of February while publicly rebuking, President Trump's foreign policy matters resigned. One day after President Trump ordered the withdrawal of all two thousand US troops from Syria and on the same day reports emerged that Trump has ordered the withdrawal of about seven thousand troops from Afghanistan. That's about half the current US force there it is resignation letter General Mattis, four star, general and -plicitly criticized President Trump's foreign policy. He wrote my views on treating allies with respect and also being clear eyed about both malign actors strategic competitors are strongly held informed by over four decades of immersion in these issues. We must do everything possible to advance and international order that is most conducive to our security prosperity in values, and we are strengthened in this effort by the solidarity of our alliances unquote, Madison onto say because you have the right to have a secretary of defense whose views are better. Aligned with yours on these and other subjects I believe. It's right for me to step down from my position. He said in the letter Madison, not make a direct reference to Syria, but he did call out Russia and China the New York Times reports Madison's the first prominent cabinet member to resign in protest over a national security issue in almost forty years. Much of the Washington establishment express shock over Madison's resignation democratic Senator Mark Warner Virginia said quote. This is scary secretary Mattis has been an island of stability. Amidst. The chaos of the Trump administration Republican Senator Mark Rubio, Florida responded to Madison's resignation saying it makes it abundantly clear that we're headed towards a series of grave policy errors, which will endanger our nation damage our alliances and empower our adversaries unquote prior to his time at the Pentagon. Madison served as head of US central. Command supreme allied commander of NATO in two thousand four lead the US marine attack on the Iraqi city of flu in may of two thousand four he ordered an attack on a wedding party near Syria. Forty-two civilians were reportedly killed including thirteen children. We turn now to Andrew base of it show, retired Colonel in Vietnam war veteran, he's the author of several books, including his latest twilight of the American century. His other books include America's war for the greater Middle East military history in Washington rules, America's path to permanent war. He's professor emeritus of international relations and history at Boston University. He also lost his son in Iraq, professor engine base of each welcome back to democracy. Now, if you could I respond to the resignation of the secretary of defense, and then if this were President Obama, and he was announcing the. Pullout of troops from Syria and half the force from Afghanistan. Wouldn't the peace movement be celebrating? What is your response? This is an interesting situation. I have to think that Trump must have expected that this abrupt announcement of withdrawal from Syria would lead to Mattis's of resignation in it probably something that Trump welcomes. There's no question that Mattis has been an obstacle to Trump's efforts to reorient US policy particularly policy in the Middle East. No medicines letter of resignation that you quote, it when he talked about his four decades of a gauge -ment with these matters is very telling he represents the establishments perspective that has involved over the course of those for decades. And for anyone says looks at you as policy over the past four decades. Particularly in the Middle East and says, yeah, it's really going. Well, then then I would think that they would you Madison's resignation as as a disappointment. Now when Trump ran for the presidency, he denounced our wars in the Middle East. He promised to withdraw militarily from the Middle East two years into his presidency. That hasn't happened in many respects Madison's been among those who frustrated the president's efforts. He's the commander of chief. Nettie seems not to be able to get things done. So here he is acting as the commander cheese now, I'm in the camp, the thanks that we ought to wind down these wars. We got more important things to do. My only problem with Trump's decision is like so many of Trump's decisions it's done impetuously overnight. Not having been thought through not having been coordinated. Yes, let's get out of Syria. But that doesn't mean leash. Should have a policy with respect to the civil war in Syria. I think that the way Trump is approaching this thing, we don't have any policy, and that's going to be a problem. Ghia think there's a connection to the murder of Jamaica show Chan let let me explain you have the CIA saying, they believe that the crown prince of Saudi Arabia was responsible for his death and dismemberment and in stumble in Saudi consulate so you then have President Trump dealing with air doin-. And apparently this week they had a conversation. There's this threat of air doin that he's going to go after the Kurds. These are the US allies the Kurds soldiers in Syria and Trump perhaps aired one knows something more about the murder certainly has been releasing information that looks that makes the Trump administration. Very bad and their supported the crown prince also Jared Kushner, a Senate lost so close to an advising the crown prince and dealing with this murder. That aired one says we're gonna Tak the courage. You gotta stop being there and protecting them. And so Trump says he's pulling out.

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Autopsy review: Man slain by police in Alabama mall was shot from behind

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00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Autopsy review: Man slain by police in Alabama mall was shot from behind

"Mantech FitzGerald Bradford junior was killed by police after they responded to a shooting at a mall in. A suburban Birmingham where two teenagers were injured. A lawyer. For Bradford's family says the autopsy confirms the victim was not a threat, and that he was moving away from the police next door media group has announced it will acquire Tribune media for over four billion dollars making it the largest provider of local television stations in the United States in August Tribune media pulled out of a proposed merger with right-wing Sinclair broadcast group the FCC it expressed concerns about the merger with Sinclair despite rolling back rules that prevented consolidation and local media markets in two thousand seventeen and in Canada. Indigenous activists have been physically blocking the construction of the largest fracking project in Canada's history members of the onus data clan stopped TransCanada corporation workers from entering their territory on November twentieth. The land on the western coast of Canada is in the path of the plan. Four point seven billion dollar coastal gas linked pipeline. Last week TransCanada applied for an injunction against the indigenous community an attempt to gain access to the land. This is free to Houston a spokesperson for the camp. The projects going to impact our water or salmon or berries or medicine. Everything that is our critical infrastructure is that if the court grunts them that injunction dot gives the police the right to try and come in and do a raid and pick us down, which would they would try to take us out of our own home. We haven't committed no crime. We're just living on our land. We've never thirty feeder surrendered or land. We've never lost through treaty or any other means and we've never given up our decision making power to any outside entities and a correction to an earlier story. Edward Felipe is the prime minister of France, and those are some of the headlines assist democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman. Welcome to all of our viewers across the country and around the world. We'll begin today's show by continuing to look back at the legacy of George H W Bush the nation's forty first president who died on Friday at the age of ninety four bodies now lying and arrest that the capital funeral service will be held at Washington National cathedral on Wednesday, former presidents, Barack Obama Bill Clinton Jimmy Carter and Bush's son, George W Bush will attend as will President Trump who was not invited to speak. A second funeral will be held Thursday in Houston where George H W Bush will be buried. Well, president. Bush's death has dominated the news for days. Little attention has been paid to the defining event of Bush's first year in office, the invasion of Panama and December nineteenth nineteen Eighty-nine. President Bush sent tens of thousands of troops into Panama stencil to execute an arrest warrant against its leader Manuel Noriega on charges of drug trafficking. General Noriega was once a close ally of Washington on the payroll and a nationally televised address. Bush claimed the invasion was needed to defend democracy in Panama last night.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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04:28 min | 2 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Welcome to democracy now democracy, now dot or the Warren peace report, I'm Amy Goodman. President Trump called Monday for Mexico to deport Central American asylum seekers a day after US border patrol officers fired tear gas and a group of migrants in Tijuana as they attempted to cross the heavily militarized border near San Diego on Monday. Trump tweeted, quote, Mexico's should move the flag-waving migrants. Many of whom are stone cold criminals back to their countries. Do it by playing do it by bus. Do it any way you want? But they are not coming in to the USA. We will close the border permanently. If need be congress fund the wall, Mexico has asked the US to investigate the use of tear gas on children speaking from Mississippi, Monday, Trump defended the teargassing for second time and place the blame on parents of migrant children suggesting some people with children or. Aren't guardians. But so-called grabbers who simply use the children to gain asylum. Why is apparent running up into an area where the no the teargas is four being and it's going to be formed, and they're running up with a child, and in some cases, you know, they're not the parents. These are people that go grabbers they grab a child because they think they're going to have a certain. They have a certain status by having. You know, you have certain advantages in terms of crazy laws and estimated five thousand migrants are currently in Tijuana hoping to apply for asylum in the United States one of them Maria MISA, a thirty nine year old Honduran woman. Reuters photograph went viral showing this or rushing her two young daughters to safety Sunday as a cloud of tear gas spreads nearby. Amen. Community. Well, I felt sad scared in wanting to cry. That's when I grabbed my daughters and started running that moment, I thought I was going to die with them because of the gas. We ran and fell into the mud and struggled to get up amid the gas a young man gave me his hand and pulled me up to my feet. After headlines we'll go to San Diego to speak with pager reas who witnessed the US border patrol teargassing the migrants on the border Sunday. General Motors is cutting up to fifteen thousand jobs and closing five plants across North America. The cuts would primarily affect workers in Ohio, Michigan, Maryland and the Canadian province of Ontario. GM says it'll cease production on six of its car models in response to low sales and focus on the development of lecture and driverless cars democratic Ohio. Senator Sherrod Brown called the move corporate greed at its worst, adding the company reaped a massive tax break from last year's GOP tax Bill and fail to invest that money in American jobs, unquote. President Trump called the news not good Monday and said that GM better put something else in to replace loss manufacturing jobs. Trump's repeatedly taken credit for reviving American manufacturing and creating jobs in two thousand seventeen at a speech. The GM plant in Youngstown, Ohio. He told supporters jobs were all coming back. He told locals, quote, don't move don't sell your house. Join our motor cited tariffs levied by the Trump administration on imported steel is one of the reasons for the US layoff, saying the tariffs cost the company and extra one billion dollars. President Trump said Monday, he does not believe the findings of last week's government report on climate change thirteen federal agencies contributed to the report which warns human driven climate change threatens to shrink the US economy by as much as ten percent by twenty one hundred well, increasing extreme weather events destroying infrastructure, worsening air quality destroying crops, and leading to more frequent disease. Outbreaks this is Trump speaking with reporters on Monday. I've seen it. I've read some of it. And it's fine. I don't believe it. Well, here's the other thing. You're gonna have to have China and Japan at all of Asia. And all of these other countries, you know, it dr- addresses our country, right dour, cleanest. We've ever been very important to me, but it went plead, but every other place this dirty. That's not so good. So I want plea there. I want leave what a very important..

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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15:58 min | 2 years ago

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"The Warren peace report Goodman, House Republicans have quashed abate on a resolution that aims to end US military support for the Saudi led war in Yemen. Congress members voted two hundred one to one eighty-seven on the Bill Wednesday approving a provision that blocks the Democrats from forcing a vote on the US role in Yemen under the War Powers Act. The house vote came just one day after an airstrike by the US back. Saudi led coalition killed at least seven people in the port city of Hodeida, the airstrike targeted a bus of civilians who are fleeing violence. The United Nations is warning fourteen million Yemenis are on the brink of feminist the US back Saudi led invasion rages on one new studies estimating the warriors killed at least fifty seven thousand people since the beginning of two thousand sixteen will have more on this story after headlines with Democratic Congress member row Khanna. In Saudi Arabia. The public prosecutor has announced eleven indictments he will seek the death penalty for five of the accused men and the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal who entered the Saudi consulate and stumbled Turkey on October second and was never seen again the Saudi prosecutor affirmed Turkey's account that she was given a lethal injection before. His body was dismembered and smuggled out of the consulate the prosecutor who answers directly to the Saudi prince crown prince blamed the operation on a senior intelligence officer, not crown prince Mohammad bin Salman earlier this week new details emerged about a Turkish audiotape that reportedly captured the last moments of kashogi showcase life, a member of the Saudi kill team responsible for the assassination has reportedly heard saying on the phone to a top aide to the crown prince, quote, tell your boss and the deed was done in California. At least more. Deaths have been reported from the northern California. Campfire already the deadliest wildfire in California's history with close to three hundred people still missing another death was reported in the Los Angeles area. Woolsey fire bring the statewide total to at least fifty nine people killed the campfire forced more than fifty thousand people to evacuate the town of paradise and surrounding communities. Many of them now sleeping and cars are donated tents and WalMart parking lot in the nearby city of Chico as interior secretary. Ryan Zinke toured the devastation Wednesday he attempted to strike a more cooperative tone after President Trump blamed California forest management last week and threatened to cut off aid. This is California governor Jerry Brown speaking Wednesday. This is so devastating that I don't really have the words to describe it. It looks like a war zone. It is the devastation early. Fires of this kind could bring a boat. Nobody's really expected. Cal fire says five firefighters were injured during the campfires first twenty four hours, including two incarcerated firefighters who suffered burns California's prison firefighters make just a dollar an hour battling on the front lines. But are rarely eligible to get jobs as firefighters after their release to see our special report interviewing prisoner firefighters from northern California. You can go to democracy now dot org. A new report in the journal nature finds climate change intensified rainfall and hurricanes Katrina Irma and Maria by up to nine percent, making the storms deadlier and more destructive. Scientists predict that increasing temperatures could further intensify future rainfall and hurricanes by up to thirty percent in the most extreme cases in Florida recounts of the tight Senate and gubernatorial races are scheduled to end today as multiple counties have reported. A range of issues during the machine recount process. Palm Beach county has asked for an extension for providing the final recount tally after machines overheated causing discrepancies and the results in heavily Republican bay county votes submitted by fax or Email were reportedly counted even though such ballots are not legally allowed democratic incumbent. Senator Bill Nelson has filed several lawsuits including a motion to extend the deadline for the machine. Recount. Meanwhile, Florida's governor and Republican Senate candidate Rick Scott traveled to Washington DC to attend freshman Senator orientation Wednesday, even though the race has not yet been called in New Jersey. Former Obama aide democrat Andy Kim has flipped another congressional seat beating incumbent Republican Congressman Tom McArthur, Kim is the first Korean American congress member to be elected in New Jersey. And the first Korean American democrat elected to the US house of representatives in Georgia. Police arrested twelve black lives matter. Protestors wednesday. For holding balloons in front of the capitol building that spell out three four three hundred forty thousand one hundred thirty four which is the number of voters believed to have been wrongly purged from Georgia voter rolls by then secretary of state Brian Kemp, who's also the Republican candidate for governor there. Protests came as a federal judge ordered Georgia election officials to review every provisional ballot cast during last week's midterm election while barring the state from certifying election results before Friday camps repeatedly said the election's over even though his challenger progressive democrat Stacey Abrams is about point to point Senate points from forcing a runoff election in December. The Florida and Georgia vote counts continued as President Trump blamed Republican losses in the midterm elections on voter fraud in an interview with conservative website, the daily caller Wednesday. Trump said if democratic voters, quote, sometimes they go to their car put on a different hat put on a different shirt come in and vote again, unquote, Trump also repeated an earlier false claim that people are required to show ID to purchase groceries saying if you buy a box of cereal, you have a voter ID during the same interview. President Trump issued a warning to the anti-fascist movement known as antifa Trump said these people like the teeth, they better hope the opposition twenty decides not to mobilize. Because if you look the other side, it's the military. It's the police it's a lot of very strong a lot of very tough people tougher than then and smarter. Than them potentially much. More violent and teeth is going to be in big trouble, the president threatened and you're gone chief. Jim Mattis is defending President Trump's decision sent thousands of troops to the US Mexico border saying it's providing the soldiers with good training for war Mattis toward a newly constructed military base near the border in mcallen, Texas Wednesday alongside homeland security secretary Kerstin Nelson when asked by a soldier what the objectives of the deployment are Mattis responded. Long-term it is somewhat to be determined, unquote. The visit came as some migrants arriving at the US Mexico border in California tempted to enter the US Wednesday at least nine people were arrested by border patrol in New York. The immigrant rights group. The new sanctuary coalition has launched a sanctuary caravan to assist migrants arriving at the US Mexico border as part of the Central American caravans, the sanctuary. Caravan? We'll bring volunteers to the border where some are planning to camp out for forty days and forty nights as they offer assistance on both sides of the border. President Trump is backing a criminal sentencing reform Bill, and what many are praising is a bipartisan effort to overhaul the way certain crimes are sentenced in the courts, the proposer forms include rehabilitation programs for former prisoners and a reduction and mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes. The first step back has been endorsed by the fraternal order of police and supported by many conservatives, including Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and the cope brothers number of progressive groups, including the ACO, Hugh which had previously opposed. An earlier house version of the Bill have also come out in support. Some democratic lawmakers are seeking improvements to the Bill before endorsing it including Senator Booker of New Jersey in more news from DC deputy national security adviser. Mirror. Ricardo has been reassigned within the administration following first lady. Melania Trump statement Tuesday calling for her dismissal in Los Angeles. Police officers arrested lawyer Michael Abernathy Wednesday on suspicion of domestic violence of ATI emerged as a public photo. Trump over the past year, representing stormy Daniels and our defamation lawsuit against Trump over hush payments. Trump allegedly made to silence her over a two thousand six affair of an ATI also represented, Julie sweat Nakuru. Accused supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh of attending student. Parties were gang rapes regularly took place in July of ninety announced. He was exploring a presidential run for twenty twenty have analogy has denied the charges of domestic violence against him. In New York, a taxi driver took his own life. Earlier this month becoming the eighth driver for hire. In the city to die by suicide over the past year. Fifty eight-year-old ROY Kim of queens acquired his New York City taxi medallion just last year and was reportedly struggling with a debt of over half a million dollars New York taxi workers alliance executive director. Bayer v Desai said quote, owner drivers have suffered a deep and vicious slide from the middle class and to crushing poverty in just a few short years banks and lenders need to work with the city and philanthropy to write off twenty percent of outstanding debts, lower interest rates and restructure contracts. A new report by the New York Times reveals Facebook executives, including Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg were aware of a Russian missile. Information campaign on Facebook and took a series of private actions to preserve the company's reputation. Facebook reportedly hired the Republican opposition research firm definers to discredit credit. Critics of Facebook linking them to the billionaire liberal donors. George Soros Facebook also allegedly lobby to Jewish civil rights group to condemn criticism of the company as antisemitic in Washington DC. The Republican controlled Senate on Wednesday blocked legislation aimed at protecting special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia probe the deal brought by Republican Senator Jeff flake of Arizona with support from democratic Senator Chris coons of Delaware and other democratic senators was blocked by majority leader Mitch McConnell who argued the investigation is not under threat Senator flake vow to withhold his vote on judicial nominees if the Republican leadership contest. Unused to block vote protecting Robert Muller in Britain, Prime Minister Theresa May receive the backing of her cabinet Wednesday on the draft. Brexit deal arrived at earlier this week after talks with the European Union in spite of maize announcement to members of the prime minister's cabinet resigned. Today, an opposition to the deal, including Brexit secretary, Dominic Robb. Israeli defense minister the door Lieberman resigned. Wednesday in response to the Egypt brokered ceasefire between Israel and HAMAS-led factions in Gaza Lieberman will retain his position as foreign minister and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will take over the position of defense minister temporarily Lieberman's resignation may imperil Netanyahu's leadership by weakening the right wing coalition. He leads in parliament Lieberman also called for early elections in Israel and a newly declassified report reveals the CIA considered using so-called truth serum drug to interrogate nine eleven suspects. In the aftermath of the September. Eleventh two thousand one attacks. The report released Tuesday details a research program known as project medication in which the CIA worked with medical professionals who ultimately decided against asking the Justice department to approve the use of any sex drugs. Attorney drawer Lodden of the American Civil Liberties union says the program led doctors to violate their Hippocratic oath to do. No harm. He said the CIA has a history of experimenting with drugs on detainees. So the would apply LSD to people without them knowing about it. They would inject people with barbituates without them knowing about it and the same sort of thing was happening in the Soviet bloc. And when the public found out about this in Senate hearings in the seventies. There was a tremendous blowback against the CIA and the CIA vowed to never do it again. And all these prohibitions were were placed. Just thirty years later, the was considering it again, and in a very twisted way. Some of the medical professionals convinced themselves that if they found a truth serum than maybe they could stop torturing people. So instead, they just be injecting them with drugs against their will. And those are some of the headlines, this is democracy now democracy now dot org. The Warren peace report, I mean, he could man, and I mean, she welcome to our listeners and viewers around the country and around the world. House. Republicans have cost debate on a resolution that aims to end US military support for the Saudi led war in Yemen by sneaking a single line into an unrelated resolution about wolves the house voted two hundred and one to one hundred and eighty seven on the Bill Wednesday approving a provision that blocks the Democrats from forcing a vote on the US role in Yemen onto the War Powers Act for nearly four years. The United States has played a key role supporting the Saudi led invasion, which has devastated. Yemen, creating the world's worst humanitarian crisis. The UN is warning fourteen million Yemenis are on the brink of famine. One new study has estimated the war has killed at least fifty seven thousand people since the beginning of two thousand sixteen we're going to be joined by rotunda democratic congressman from California who introduced the legislation in the house, but I. Let's go to him responding Wednesday to the Republican move. This is unprecedented in American history. Never never his the speaker of the house in the majority denied, a member of congress a vote on matters of Warren piece. This is basically rendering ineffectual the War Powers at the majority is saying that if the president of the United States, and the speaker believe we should be in war. We should be at war. It doesn't matter. What members of congress think when history is written? They're not going to say Jim McGovern. Did this Arocca? Did this new house? They this. They're going to say how did the congress not allow a vote while hundreds of thousands of kids were not allowed food and medicine. This all comes as the Trump administration's facing growing pressure over its close ties to Saudi Arabia following the. Murder of Saudi journalist Jamaica show. She inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Turkey on October second the Trump administration recently announced the US will no longer provide refueling to Saudi planes bombing Yemen..

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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08:10 min | 2 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Now democracy now dot or the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman the. Trump administration's reimposed economic sanctions against Iran following Trump's decision to withdraw from the landmark two thousand fifteen. Iran nuclear deal the. Reimposition of sanctions increases tensions between the US and Iran and the US and its European allies this morning Trump threatened other, countries seeking to trade with Iran tweeting. Anyone doing business with Iran will not be doing business with the United States unquote Trump, withdrew from, the nuclear, agreement even though, international experts certified Iran was, complying with the terms of the deal on Monday Iranian. President. Hassan Ronnie condemn the sanctions a psychological warfare and said he would not begin negotiations until the sanctions are withdrawn The first step would be for US President Donald Trump, to show that he generally wants to engage negotiations to solve a. Problem what's the meaning of negotiations, when you impose sanctions same time it's like, someone, pulling a knife to, stab arrival or. An, enemy in, the arm while at the same. Time claiming we, should be talking negotiating the answer in such, a case would be to say remove the knife from the arm it put. The knife away in Brazil the Workers Party has nominated imprisoned former president Louis c. Nacion Lula dissove. Unknown is Lula as. The party's presidential candidate Lula's currently in jail serving a twelve year sentence on a corruption conviction his party says was politically, motivated polls show him as the front. Running candidate for the October presidential, elections but the Supreme Electoral court is expected to bar, him from, running his, imprisonment has been, condemned international including by twenty, nine US lawmakers who wrote quote the facts of precedent Lula's case give us reason to believe the main objective of his jailing is. To prevent him from running in upcoming elections to see our, our with Lula you can go to democracy now dot org Rick gates the right. Hand man of Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort testified in federal court Monday that he's been involved in criminal activity, with Manafort gates accepted a plea. Deal to testify against Manafort who's facing. Eighteen charges including tax fraud Bank fraud and money laundering manafort's trial is. The first trial associated with special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Trump's, ties to Russia during Monday's hearing gates testified he. Helped Manafort hide secret foreign Bank accounts. Obscured fifteen shell companies which the prosecution alleges were part of a, long running tax and Bank fraud scheme in his testimony Rick gates. Said quote I was the one, who helped organize the paperwork voters are heading to the polls for prime Mary racists in four states today Missouri Kansas Michigan and Washington. State in Michigan former Detroit health Commissioner of dual l. say it is facing off against, Gretchen Whitmer for the democratic nomination for Michigan's governor Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and New York congressional democratic nominee Alexandria Cossio Cortez and other progressive leaders. Have endorsed Dr Sayed who is, vying to, become the, nation's first Muslim, governor this is Dr say it's. Speaking with the intercepts medi Hossan about what he would do on his first day of office if elected number one I want to shutdown line five raw Great, Lakes account for, twenty percent of the world's. Freshwater eighty five percent of the water in North America. And right now we've got an oil pipeline that's fifteen years past, when, it was supposed to shutdown that's already had several incidents we've got, to shut down that line five because we've got to protect that water there also issues related to. Water in, Flint, and, Detroit and Flint I wanted to set up a Flint task force that would work on within The first year. Getting all of the lead piping, out of. The ground so that folks can can drink easily, in, in, the city of flip they have, suffered too much and they still don't have clean water and then we need to put more on water shut offs in the city Detroit the city alone this summer, shutdown about, seventeen, thousand, homes, from having basic access to water because they can't pay meanwhile we've got Nestle bottling are fresh water. For four hundred dollars a year the folks have to pay four hundred dollars a month Detroit I wanna put a moratorium. On that as well, say it is one of a, handful, of Muslim American candidates on the ballot today in Michigan former state legislator Rashida to leave and former Obama. Administration official Fairuz Saad are also running for congressional seats meanwhile and Kansas a crowded congressional race pits progressive labor lawyer Brent welder. Against cherise David's a native American lawyer and former mixed martial arts fighter and in. Ohio Republicans are scrambling to avoid an embarrassing defeat and special congressional. Election in district Republicans have held for decades Republican dry balder Sohn is facing Democrat Danny, O'Connor both Democrats and Republicans have poured millions into the race to replace Ohio Republican, congress member Pat, to Barry in more election news Democrats in Tennessee are celebrating a Blue Wave that swept through. Shelby, county last week has Democrats won twenty one of the twenty six county. Offices up for grabs the Blue Wave reinstalled Democrats to. Power. After Republican seize control in two thousand ten among. The winners was democrat Lee artery Harris who is elected mayor of Shelby county in Bangladesh massive, student protests have brought the capital Dhaka to a standstill as students demand safer roads the protests began after. A speeding private. Bus ran, over a group, of students killing. Two teenagers on July, twenty ninth since then massive youth led demonstrations have swept bango dash which has, one of the highest rates of road accidents in the world the Bangladeshi governments. Responded by violently cracking down on, the student protesters and arresting Journalists. Reporting on the protests this is, one of the protesting students not small Hussein We've been purchased against. Roads for a few days with some, of our demands demeaning Justice for the students the Ramiz incontinent college killed the bus and we, won't, see for a diplomatic tensions are rising between Saudi Arabia and Canada after Canada cues the Saudi government. Of human, rights violations and demanded the release of feminist activists imprisoned in the kingdom in response Saudi Arabia's expelled the Canadian ambassador frozen trade with Canada and suspended, direct flights to Toronto since may fifteenth Saudi Arabia's arrested at least fifteen. High profile human rights and women's rights activists back in the United States in California. The raging Mendocino complex fire is now the largest wildfire ever recorded in California's. History the fire is already scorched more than a quarter of, a million, square, acres it's one of, more, than a dozen fires burning. Statewide apple Google Facebook YouTube and Spotify have removed ally Alex Jones and. His info wars website from their platforms apple removed five of Jones six podcasts saying apple does not tolerate. Hate speech Facebook said it remove Jones, pages because he was quote glorifying violence and using dehumanizing language to describe people who are transgender Muslims. And immigrants Alex Jones regularly spreads far right wing conspiracy theories he's being sued by the parents of. The elementary, school children killed in the two thousand twelve sandy hook school massacre for claiming the massacre was a hoax stage by gun control advocates the for profit, prison company geo group has threatened to sue the human rights group the. Dream defenders which is planning a national day of action today to protest the private. Prison company geo group is immigration and customs enforcement single biggest contractor receiving hundreds. Of millions of dollars to run private immigrant persons the dream, defenders are, planning, to disrupt geo group operates Nations in cities across the United States today including in Florida. Arizona California, and New York, City in Wisconsin, and masked gunmen opened fire on. A Madison community radio station early Sunday.

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Trump EPA to freeze Obama-era fuel standards for cars, light trucks

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

Trump EPA to freeze Obama-era fuel standards for cars, light trucks

"Democracy now democracy now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman the Environmental Protection Agency said. Thursday it will freeze Obama era fuel economy standards at twenty twenty levels and. The latest blow, by the Trump administration against efforts to curb catastrophic climate change under previous roles the US was on track to double fuel mileage standards to an average of nearly fifty five miles per gallon by twenty twenty-five under the new rules automakers will be allowed to continue selling cars and light trucks in the US that average about thirty miles per gallon the Trump administration also plans to revoke California's authority to set its own tougher automobile emission standards California governor Jerry Brown said his state would lead seventeen other, states in a legal challenge against the move tweeting California will fight this stupidity, and every, conceivable way possible United Nations officials have condemned President Trump's rhetoric against the media in a joint statement u n special rapporteurs at the interim commission on Human rights David Kay and Edison Lonza said of Trump quote. These attacks run counter to the country's obligations to respect press freedom and international. Human rights law, where specially concerned that these attacks increase the risk of journalists being targeted with violence unquote there warning came as Trump continued to assail the media this is Trump speaking at a campaign rally in Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania Thursday evening there has never been an even these people back here these horrible horrendous people Even. These people back there so it looks like the Academy. Awards is so many But.

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Pakistan parties vow to oppose Khan, say vote was 'rigged'

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05:45 min | 2 years ago

Pakistan parties vow to oppose Khan, say vote was 'rigged'

"Now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman federal officials say, seven hundred eleven immigrant children remain separated and in US custody after the Trump administration. A court imposed deadline to reunite all twenty five hundred families separated the US Mexico border government lawyers claim the seven. Hundred eleven children are not eligible for unification more than four hundred thirty of them have parents who've already been, deported, from the United States and response ACLU lawyer legal aren't said in a statement. Quote where thrilled for the families who are finally reunited but many more remain separated the Trump administration is trying to. Sweep them, under the rug by unilaterally picking and choosing who is eligible for, reunification he said, this comes amidst nationwide protests against Trump zero-tolerance immigration policies and Louisville Kentucky police arrested nine activists Thursday as they non Violently locked themselves, together, to block elevators inside an immigration court building in Washington DC scores of people. Led by children held a sit in protest against family separations and the Hart Senate office building the children wore t. Shirts emblazoned, with the phrase I am a child evoking the man protests led, by Dr Martin, Luther King junior fifteen years ago Elsewhere on Capitol Hill a, majority of House Democrats joined Republicans Thursday. To vote in favor of a massive seven hundred seventeen billion dollar military spending Bill the national defense authorization act the three hundred fifty. Nine to fifty four vote favors a. Bill that would deliver record military spending with seventy billion dollars for ungoing US wars and twenty two billion dollars for nuclear weapons programs including a. New submarine-launched low-yield nuclear missile the Bill now moves to the Senate which could vote on it as early as next week President Trump's former personal attorney and, fixer Michael, Collins prepared to tell special counsel Robert Muller Trump knew in advance about a meeting at Trump Tower in June of two thousand sixteen where Russians were offering dirt on Hillary Clinton the revelation first reported by CNN suggest Trump may have lied publicly when he, said he had no, knowledge of the meeting which was attended by his son Donald Trump junior his Son, in law Jared Kushner Paul Manafort his campaign manager and others along with Natalia veselnitskaya a Russian lawyer with ties to Russia's prosecutor-general meanwhile members of the right wing house freedom caucus backed off Thursday from their efforts to impeach deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the top Justice, department official overseeing Robert Muller's investigation Republican. Congress member and freedom caucus chair Mark meadows says he will instead seek to charge Rosenstein with contempt of congress if he doesn't turn. Over documents meadows seeking Rosenstein has said. The documents contain personal data information about intelligence sources and other sensitive information the impeachment effort came over the objections of Republican House speaker Paul Ryan. As well as attorney general Jeff Sessions who said Thursday he backed the Justice Department's number two official Ma deafening rod Rosenstein is highly capable I have the, highest confidence, in him In Pakistan former cricket star turned politician Imran Khan has declared victory in. Wednesday's, national. Election head of a final tally expected to confirm Khan's PTI party won the largest share of open seats. In parliament cons victory came as his, rivals alleged massive vote rigging charging that Pakistan's powerful military cited unfairly. With Hans campaign and victory address from MRs Slama about home Khan said, the election had been fair and. Historic onto believe this was Pakistan's most transparent election and I believe Pakistanis have. Never participated in an election the, way they did today whatever the positions has about rigging we're willing to investigate it with them Imran. Khan promise as prime minister he'll stamp out government corruption while. Working, to uplift poor Pakistanis and he promised to improve relations with, China and the United States cons PTI party fell short. Of an outright majority meaning. Connell need the support of at least One rival party in order to form a. Coalition government, in the Gaza. Strip Palestinians have called for renewed protests against Israel's. Stifling blockade of the basij territory Friday's plan protests. Followed the deaths of three Palestinians and one Israeli soldier Wednesday. After Israeli snipers massacred one hundred twenty four Palestinians while wounding some fourteen thousand others after the nonviolent great March of return protests began in Gaza on March. Thirtieth Meanwhile Israel is preparing to release seventeen year old Palestinian. Prisoner ahead Tamimi to family on Sunday as she completes an eight month prison sentence to. Me became a hero to, Palestinians after viral video showed her. Slopping soldier nearer family's home in the. Occupied West Bank the incident came, just after to me learned her cousin had been gravely wounded, by necessarily soldier who shot him in the head using a rubber. Coated. Steel bullet to east case drew international attention on Thursday visiting artists completed a massive mural Paying tribute to me on the Palestinian side of the West Bank separation barrier in, Bethlehem this is Palestinian activists ODA If you will Linnea what little today, as the Palestinians, prepare PayPal nationally officially for the release of the heroic child, ahead to Mimi we're surprised by those three people who came from all over the world to pin the photo of.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome to democracy. Now democracy now dot org the Warren peace report I'm Amy Goodman President Trump's national security advisor John, Bolton, has reiterated, Trump's, threats, against Iran only one day after Trump tweeted quote to Iranian president Hassan. Rohani never ever threaten the United States again or you will suffer. Consequences the likes, of which few throughout history have ever suffered before Trump tweeted an all caps on Monday Bolton doubled down. Saying quote President Trump. Told me if Iran does. Anything at all to the negative. They will pay a price. Like few countries have ever paid, before also on Monday President Trump said he wasn't concerned about provoking Iran All To see our coverage of the Trump administration's escalating threats against Iran go to. Democracy, now dot, org the Trump administration may have deported up to four hundred sixty three parents of children separated by immigration officials at the, border even as their children remain in US. Custody a federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to reunite all separated migrant children and parents by July twenty, six that's, Thursday but new government filings reveal nearly five. Hundred these parents are no longer in the. Country in, total the government says at least seventeen hundred children are still in US. Custody waiting to be reunited with their parents to see our full coverage of the Trump administration's family separation, policy go to democracy, now dot, org.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

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02:30 min | 2 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman president trump has nominated federal judge brad kavanagh to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy if cavanaugh is confirmed would create a block of five right wing justices making it the most conservative supreme court since the nineteen thirties critics warn this could lead to major rollbacks of civil rights environmental regulations gun control measures voting rights and reproductive rights including possibly overturning roe v wade this is supreme court nominee judge brett kavanagh speaking monday night more judicial philosophy straightforward a judge must be independent and must interpret the law not make the law the judge must interpret statute says written and a judge must interpret the constitution as written informed by history and tradition and precedent we'll host a roundtable discussion and brett cavanaugh after headlines in immigration news the trump administration will not meet today's deadline to reunite all migrant children under the age of five immigration officials took from their parents at the border then sent to jails and detention centers across the country the justice department says it will reunite only about half of the more than hundred migrant children under five today after a federal judge in san diego agreed to extend the deadline mandating the reunification of all of the youngest children today secretive reunification operation will be overseen by the department of homeland security and will involve transporting the children hundreds of miles across the country to undisclosed locations in total about three thousand children are still separated from their parents meanwhile federal judge dali g in los angeles delta major blow to the trump administration's efforts to indefinitely jail migrant families including asylum seekers she ruled the trump administration cannot amend the nineteen ninetyseven floors agreement which says children cannot be jailed for more than twenty days all this comes as pro immigration protests continue nationwide including in ohio where twelve activists were arrested blockading an ice office the immigration and customs enforcement agency in downtown columbus president trump is flying to brussels today for the nato summit thousands rallied over the.

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03:33 min | 2 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"On democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez well all four living former first ladies have spoken out against family separation of the border roslyn carter issued a statement monday saying quote the practice and policy today removing children from their parents care at our border with mexico is disgraceful and ashamed to our country hillary clinton tweeted quote what's happening to families at the border right now is a humanitarian crisis every parent who has ever held a child in their arms every human being with a sense of compassion and decency should be outraged laura bush tweeted quote i live in a border state i appreciate the need to enforce and protect our international boundaries but this zero tolerance policy is cruel it is immoral and it breaks my heart and michelle obama re he tweeted laura bush's remarks saying quote sometimes truth transcends party meanwhile on sunday first lady and milania trump's communications director stephanie grisham issued a statement to cnn and family separation that said quote mrs trump hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform she believes we need to be a country that follows all laws but also a country that governs with heart still with us as millage i opole democratic congress member from washington state before she came into the congress in two thousand sixteen she was elected she was the head of one america a large a large immigrant organization in washington state and now has gone to the prison in washington state to see some of the hundreds of asylum seekers held at the seatac bureau of prisons who were brought up from the border with us in just a moment i shall be speaking to us from statuary hall will be sheila jacksonlee who is running over to take her position but that issue of all of these women very interesting the role the women are taking also that trump is trying to make women the face of his policy kerstin nielsen the department of homeland security reportedly even with kelly the chief of staff not wanting to hold that news conference she owned it yesterday of course sarah huckabee sanders who has been standing with the president on family separation each day she's in front of the podium yes i think that you know i have read mixed things about kirsten meal soon i heard that she did not like this policy but she is clearly standing up for it now after having denied that it existed before you know just a few days ago but i do think that the former first lady's of both parties speaking out is an indication to us that all americans must be feeling this deep sense of cruelty and outrage i took over a judiciary committee hearing last week that was about other bills when we should have been having a hearing on this and i said we are outraged and i have to believe that there are good people on the other side mothers and fathers who if they don't say something today are going to have to go back to their children and exp plane why they did nothing as we put children into kennels and tore them away from their mothers it is absolutely outrageous.

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01:31 min | 3 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Undefined by how a daffy here on democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i mean he could as we turn now to president trump's unexpected reversal on one of his signature campaign promises on thursday trump told a group of state lawmakers he wants the us to rejoin a massive trade agreement known as the transpacific partnership for tpp as a candidate for president trump frequently railed against the tpp calling a disaster a horrible deal this is trump at a republican presidential debate in november of two thousand fifteen the tpp is a horrible deal it is deal that is going to lead to nothing but trouble it's a deal that was designed for china to come in as they always do through the back door and totally take advantage of everyone that was two thousand fifteen this is trump in june two thousand sixteen during a campaign rally in ohio the transpacific partnership is another disaster done and pushed by special interests who wanna rape our country just a continuing rape of our country that's what it is too harsh word it's a rape of our country now here is trump again later in two thousand sixteen during a debate with his rival hillary clinton nafta is the worst trade deal maybe ever signed anywhere but certainly ever signed in this country.

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02:42 min | 3 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i mainly goodman the brazilian supreme court has rejected an attempt by the former brazilian president louis in osceola lula da silva to stay out of jail while he appeals a controversial corruption conviction the court voted six to five against lula who had been the front runner in this year's brazilian presidential election it now appears lula may soon be arrested and jailed he is a former union leader who served as president of brazil from three to two thousand ten during that time he helped lift tens of millions of brazilians out of poverty supporters of lula decried bang it's a continuation of the coup that ousted lula's ally jimmy who saf from power as president last year lula's site today protesting in the street and fighting for democracy cassia during an interview on democracy now last month president lula ignacia disover said his prosecution is part of an attempt to criminalize the workers party now what is behind that the attempt to criminalize political party what is behind that is the interest lead you could win a part of the political leader brazil together with a reinforced by from becoming a candidate in the two thousand eighteen election's president donald trump has signed an order directing the national guard to deploy to the us mexico border climbing the situation at the border has now reached a quote point of crisis trump's order comes as border crossings by undocumented immigrants are at their lowest levels since nineteen seventyone trump becomes at least the third president in a row to send the national guard to the border meanwhile the wall street journal reports the trump administration is requesting that the us military build walls for at least one military base along the us mexico border we'll have more on trump's border militarization plans after headlines president trump's backed off his planned to soon withdraw us troops from syria on wednesday white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders said the administration would not put a quote arbitrary timeline on withdrawal earlier this week general joseph hotel the head of us central command said the hard part i think is in in front of us meanwhile the.

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An Ohio Bill Would Ban All Abortions. It’s Part of a Bigger Plan.

Democracy Now

02:06 min | 3 years ago

An Ohio Bill Would Ban All Abortions. It’s Part of a Bigger Plan.

"Carlos puigdemont after he entered germany from denmark terminus authorities may now extradite him to spain where he's facing charges of sedition and rebellion after the catalan government declared independence from spain last october has arrest in germany comes after on friday a spanish court ruled twentyfive catalan leaders will be tried for rebellion or disobeying the state in chile thousands of people took to the streets of the capital santiago for a national march for the right to housing saturday about five thousand people protested real estate speculation and demanded the government provide more quality affordable housing in canada dozens of indigenous youth and their allies were arrested protesting the expansion of kinder morgan's trans mountain pipeline which would triple the amount of oil flowing from burgas tar sands to the coast of british columbia among those arrested in burnaby on saturday where green party leader elizabeth may parliament member kennedy stewart more than one hundred seventy people have been arrested protesting the pipeline over the last week alone back in the united states republican lawmakers in ohio have proposed a bill that would ban all abortions the bill h b five sixty five would also allow prosecutors to pursue criminal charges including murder charges against patients and abortion providers in ohio murder is punishable by the death penalty pro choice advocates say the ohio bill is part of a campaign by antichoice extremists aimed at forcing the supreme court to reconsider its landmark roe v wade decision of nineteen seventythree and in oklahoma teachers are tentatively planning to walk out of school statewide april second unless lawmakers approve increases to their salaries recent report by the bureau of labor statistics shows teachers in oklahoma have the lowest average wages of any us state the proposed strike in oklahoma comes on the heels of historic teachers strike in west virginia and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman in a historic day of action there were more than eight hundred protests on saturday urging lawmakers to pass gun control in washington dc alone organizers say up to eight hundred thousand.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The system across the now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman we end today's show looking at the humanitarian crisis unfolding in burma we're more than four hundred thousand members of the wrecking the muslim minority have fled burma after hundreds of their villages were burned to the ground the un high commissioner for human rights has accused the burmese government of waging a textbook example of ethnic cleansing hundreds of thousands of her hang up crossed the border into neighboring bangladesh which is struggling to shelter and feed the in influx of refugees as it recovers from the worst monsoon season in decades floodwaters submerged about a third of the entire country of bangladesh this is your hindu refugee chairman bihar speaking from a makeshift shelter and bangladesh the military torched our houses my husband along with my daughter and her husband were killed in the clashes i somehow was able to flee taking my grandson along with all these filters bangladesh says it's now preparing to construct shelters for six thousand working to children has entered bangladesh alone to escape violence and burma at the united nations general assembly last week bangladesh is leader laid out a plan to eventually repatriate rocking the refugees repatriate them back to burma prime minister shiekh hasina said the un should set up safe zones in burma for returning refugees to see that the myanmar authorities are laying land mines along their stretch of the border to prevent the row hang us from returning to myanmar these people must be able to return to their homeland in safety security and dignity in recent days bangladeshi authorities have sharply restricted the movements of her hand to refugees telling them they can leave their makeshift camps ordering drivers not to transport rowing and landlords not to rent the most recently the bangladeshi government reportedly as bandits cell phones carriers from selling sim cards to ruhengeri refugees for more we're joined by mohammad yunus the founder and managing director grameen bank recipient of the.

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"warren peace" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"The warren peace report i'm amy goodman with nermeen share we end today's show by looking at burma the united nations secretary general antonio gutierrez has warned the brutal burmese military operation against muslims is at risk of spiral ling into an ethnic cleansing campaign as the violence against the long persecuted minority group continues the un says almost a hundred in 50000 brahim guns have fled the predominantly buddhist country into neighboring bangladesh in the last twelve days since the militry operation began with up to fifteen thousand more expected to flee every single day this week advocates say as many as eight hundred row hinder civilians including women and children have been killed in recent days this is writing the moslem sama become one of the tens of thousands who fled to bangladesh following the army crackdown which began last month today land glow the burned our houses we could not take our belongings you were hiding you're a hill for two days we were there in the rain without food and my children when we heard the sound of shooting we took a boot and cross the sea to come here balagtas burma's defacto leader and nobel peace laureate aung san suit she has blamed terrorists for what she termed quote a huge iceberg of misinformation about violence in the western part of the country more than three hundred thousand people have signed a petition calling on the nobel committee to revoke oh peace prize over her response to the violence meanwhile accusations have emerged that burmese security forces have been taunting land mines along the bunga these border to prevent fleeing ruhango from returning burmese officials said wednesday there lobbying powerful allies china and russia to prevent a un security council resolution on the issue talk more about the issue we are joined right now by two people to talk about both there were hengen berman those who have fled to bangladesh in london tune came precedent of the burmese were hangar a gorgan a station in the uk born and brought up in burma's arakan state 1982 rendered effectively stateless along with a million other ethnic or hang under a new nationality law here in new york richard we're fellow in the asia division covering burma human rights watch based in burma last year we welcome you both to democracy now tune came what is happening to the rockinger to your people explain for a global audience who may have never even heard.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The decision that krol emotion this is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman with one gonzalez well we end the show today with a look at one of the key members of the trump administration trump's soninlaw jared kushner donald trump's soninlaw and senior adviser is along with trump sean donald trump junior at the center of a new new york times story published sunday according to the article kushner trump junior and then campaign chair paul manafort met with a kremlin link lawyer during the 2016 campaign after being promised damaging information about hillary clinton at trump tower there two two weeks after trump won the republican nomination kushner is one of trump's senior advisers who and he's assumed the major diplomatic role administration despite having no previous diplomatic experience our next guest as an awardwinning reporter who has a simple question about jared kushner does he know anything about the countries she supposed to be doing diplomacy with any will answer longtime contributing editor at the nation is also written a number of books on haiti including farewell fred voodoo at letter from haiti she's winner of the 2013 national book critics circle award she also wrote the rainy season haiti then and now welcome to democracy now amy talk about jared kushner what you know about him his history his experience and how that qualifies him to be the point person on farm policy summer wondering whether donald trump has put in the head of rex tillerson the secretary of state yes jared is of course his trusted because he's the soninlaw and trump runs the presidency a little bit like a mom and pop business which is where he comes from a and jared his experience really has been a sort of dilettante outside of his business dealings so his design john of this big new jersey real estate family but other other mad he's just running bunch of things that interest him and as far as international affairs go that has never seemed to be one of his main concerns indeed the trump organization is far more internationally a oriented and has far more dealings as a business with foreign governments and foreign entities then does the kushner companies which is jarrett's company which is mostly a new jersey.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The warren peace report i mean he goodman with nermeen shape we turn now to look at the crisis in syria one day ahead of president trump's meeting with russian president vladimir putin in hamburg their meeting comes as thousands of syrians continue to feed raqqa as us backed militias intensify their assault on the isis held city some two hundred thousand people have been displaced from rocca with more expected to flee as fighting intensifies us led air strikes have killed hundreds of residents in what you investigators have called a quotes staggering loss of civilian life reports say as many as fifty airstrikes were hitting refah each day us backed forces expect the fight to oust isis from its defacto capital to take at least three months according to the syrian network for human rights more than fifty three one hundred civilians have been killed in syria this year this includes over one thousand killed in airstrikes by the us led coalition on wednesday escaping civilians arrived at an openair relief camp outside raka complaining of constant airstrikes artillery rates and extreme hunger a little will be and not fun left because the fighting weaver frayed we have chaudhry has that almost died of hunger and no one helped us he does oh no when the opener house belongings managed to get them today this is one of the largest things are owned in we're joined right now here in our new york studio by abdelaziz out hamza he's a syrian journalist and activist cofounder and spokesperson for raka is being slaughter silently the group was formed in two thousand fourteen to document the abuses of the socalled islamic state after the militant group took over the city of rock welcome to democracy now aziz we have seen so many of the videos put out by your group if you can start off by talking about what is the situation and rocco right now i mean you have donald trump and the latah amir putin expected to meet tomorrow for the first time in hamburg at the g twenty top of their agenda is syria what is actually happening on the ground look what's going on thousands of ira bombing targets in the city daily and boy venture initial led by yours as.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot or the warren peace report i made me goodman in syria tensions are rising after the united states shot down a syrian warplanes sunday escalating the possibility of a direct confrontation between the united states and russia on monday russian officials threatened to target us planes flying west of the afraid east river the pentagon said it down the syrian government plane after it bombed us backed antigovernment rebels fighting isis this is joint chiefs of staff chair general joseph dunford an incident occurred we have to work through the incident we ever channel to be will do the biggest going to records from diplomatic and military but in the next few hours to restore the deconfliction that we vote employees should again the deconfliction that we employ susan our mutual interest because it allows us to address what is least proregime forces have indicated is our common enemy isis meanwhile the us back coalition air strikes continue in the syrian city of rock the journalists took monitoring group bear wars says coalition bombing last thursday reportedly killed the father named ibrahim ali muhammad his two sons i am an yet and his eightyearold daughter a mile when an airstrike destroyed the family's house also thursday airstrikes reportedly killed two brothers muhammed omar hamdan and muhammad omar harmed in the the family of mahammed khalaf coach jarwan including his wife their two daughters and their two sons were also reportedly killed by either uslead coalition air strikes or shelling by the us backed syrian troops that same day iraqi journalists bachtiar had that was killed by an exploding mine while he was working with france two television crew covering the uslead military coalition's assault on the old city of most so in iraq to french reporters and a freelance journalists were also injured and the explosion monday the un warren's as many as one hundred fifty thousand people remained trapped in a desperate situation and most old city emits the offensive elsewhere in iraq air war says as many as nineteen civilians were reportedly killed when a uslead coalition air strike.

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"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"warren peace" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And not just the most incarcerated round people on the planet hose incarcerated why people appointed to paul that and coming out welcome to democracy now democracy now dot for the warren peace report i made me good men in afghanistan the death toll in wednesday's massive truck bomb attack in kabul has risen to ninety with over four hundred people wounded as afghans more in one of the worst single attack since the us invader did afghanistan in two thousand one no group has claimed responsibility for the bombing which struck a busy intersection in the heart of the afghan capital during the morning rushhour flattening buildings damaging embassies and shattering windows at the presidential palace many survivors blame the government for failing to provide security we ask our leaders to ensure security in the critics on earth they are not able to ensure security for us we see the must resign there should be someone in power boost serves the country right now thousands of our people are warning why and how much longer she we suffer from this current situation on thursday afghan and president ashraf ghani issued a decree ordering the execution of eleven prisoners from the taliban and accounting network which officials blamed for the attack meanwhile in baghdad iraq isis is claim responsibility for a car bomb that killed at least sixteen people and wounded seventy five others when it ripped through an icecream parlour tuesday a second explosion in baghdad tuesday targeted iraq's pension office killing eleven people and wounding forty one others in washington d c president donald trump reportedly plans to pull the us out of the landmark paris climate accord a decision environmentalists warn we'll be a crime against the future of the planet and humanity and a tweet president trump said he would announce his decision it three pm at the white house rose garden in two thousand fifteen nearly two hundred nations agreed in paris to the global accord to curb rising greenhouse gas emissions blamed for warming the planet on wednesday.

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