23 Burst results for "Warsaw Poland"

Escape from Warsaws Ghetto: Memories of a Child Witness

UN News

05:21 min | 5 months ago

Escape from Warsaws Ghetto: Memories of a Child Witness

"Halina wallow and her parents. I've safely on the shores of south america in nineteen forty eight as jewish refugees from their native poland. The month long voyage by boat from italy's port of genoa was but one stretch of a lengthy journey from surviving. The warsaw ghetto to eventual immigration to peru just a toddler when the nazis stormed her. Family's confining living quarters in the warsaw ghetto halina says the smell of fabric left lingering reminder of the lifesaving moment. Her grandfather hid her between textile goods as women and children were piled into german trucks and taken to death camps following her grandparents deportation. Her father organized a successful escape from the ghetto. One of many times their fate would be defined in an instant speaking to us from her home in capital city. Lima halina explains how her family's escape from persecution. To safety was helped by demonstrations of humanity by the unsung heroes of the holocaust non-jewish europeans and other rescuers who risk their lives to protect juice eighty four years. Old halina says fulfilling. Her purpose of survivor means telling her story. This interview was conducted in spanish and has been translated seeing but saw via. I was born in warsaw poland in the year. Nineteen thirty six. My full name is kalina stein and then all once. I was mary it. If you could briefly describe your first years in poland. What was your childhood. Like your comment you. Well i practically didn't have a childhood. Unfortunately because we was for years old the second world war started the nicest took my parents apartment. Ally grandparents bernie. I'm buddha's in the. Because i was on. I was four or five years. What i can tell you is what my pardons told me on allie. He's have eat the ones who saved my life winds. There was a moment when your grandfather hid you correct. Could you tell us about that moment. They won't sign us. My grandfather produced jackets and coats beginning several years before arriving to the ghetto. And that's had a lot of five hundred in addict so the day. The nasty came in their tracks. You realize day came to take all the world bank and children that will work with sewing machines so my grandfather grabbed me shall between the fabric material. Seen these were how he saved me so the german square taken these life. Mama one do you remember. You felt in that moment. Lord i remember by this mellow no. That is most often make us remember. Even now at age eighty four and just short eighty four. Every time i go into a fiery shop. I remembered the mommy it's part of my life say i will never forget. Of course life in the ghetto was very hard. They had asked without food without medicine and they were know how to work for a very very har life in nineteen forty two businesses. Took my grandparents on my uncle rev linka after the after my father decided to organize escape from the ghetto. And we did so. He taught us to pray. The lord's prayer in portage is big perfect polish until today. We keeping to deny as christians. Luckily my father had a lot of non june's france in the area and part of our so. He arranged to have each of fast leaving in three seventy one jewish homes while for my mom. Another for my father another for me. I was taking get off by a friend of my father's a good woman who told me read that right. I was with her until nineteen forty five when the war ended in neon depose. Where order to tourney eighty jew. There was so my party squid and visit me much. They bissett me the one able to mind. This is how we save ourselves.

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Pompeo signs deal to redeploy troops from Germany to Poland

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo signs deal to redeploy troops from Germany to Poland

"Signed by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will pave the way for the deployment of Mohr US troops to Poland on additional 1000 troops into Poland on top of the 4500 that are here presently. At a joint news conference in Warsaw, Poland's Foreign minister Yazdi Petrovich said through an interpreter. As thie US draws down its forces in Germany, It makes sense to move some of those troops. Is to Poland because we are closer to the sole source of conflict. The deal allows US forces to access additional Polish military installations to enhance and modernize existing capabilities, Pompeo says. While troop levels still matter, the world does move on space Cyber all the disinformation we talked about this a great deal. These defense cooperation agreement we signed will give us the capacity to work on each of these problems. The deal also sets out of form he left for cost sharing. I'm Ben

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Pompeo inks deal to support more US troops in Poland

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Pompeo inks deal to support more US troops in Poland

"Secretary of state Mike Pompeii has sealed a new defense cooperation deal with Polish officials paving the way for the deployment of more US troops to Poland in additional thousand troops into polling on top of the forty five hundred that are here presently at a joint news conference in Warsaw Poland's foreign minister Jacek chop a total **** said through an interpreter as the U. S. draws down its forces in Germany it makes sense to move some of those troops to Poland because we are close to the console source of conflict the deal allows U. S. forces to access additional Polish military installations to enhance and modernize existing capabilities Pompeii says while troop levels still matter the world does move on office space cyber all the disinformation we talked about this a great deal on these defense cooperation agreement you signed will give us the capacity to work on each of these problems the deal also sets out a formula for cost sharing I'm Ben Thomas

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Rabbi Avraham Grodzinsky: The Exemplar of Slabodka

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

04:17 min | 1 year ago

Rabbi Avraham Grodzinsky: The Exemplar of Slabodka

"Rack Density T. was the last head of these slutty sheep in Lithuania he was the primary disciple of the altar of Slovakia, and he served as his successor when the Altair wanted found a branch of his yeshiva in Israel in Roane. He sent his primary disciple Rome to establish it. And after the she was established. They switch places. Rotherham in St went back to Slovakia too heavy Sheva in the altars place, and the altar when Israel to head the yeshiva in. Ron Robot headed these Sheva in Slovakia until World War broke out, and even led a cadre of students in the governor ghetto under ghastly conditions. With the destruction of European Jewry in the Holocaust, we have to always remember that a vibrant world. Of the Lithuanian Mercier Sheva expired with European jewellery. Of course, the great she votes were resurrected after the war. But they are a shell of their PROGENITOR HIS GLORY If you WANNA study about what the pre warship world was like. Rabbi gratuity is an exemplar of the glory and the greatness of that lost world. He was a man of unmatched nobility, even aristocracy. person of flawless sterling character, a man of unparalleled intellect. A man who also sadly lived a life replete with tragedies, suffering all manners of pain and suffering punctuated by his macabre murder by the Nazis on the twenty second day of Thomas Nineteen, forty, four, exactly seventy six years ago. As a DISCLAIMER WANNA point out the repre Ginseng tea is also my great grandfather, the father of my maternal grandmother so for me, this is especially personal and poignant. The syon of a long line of famous rabbis and scholars rub ever under aginst. He was born in Warsaw Poland in eighteen, eighty two his parents rabbi Yitzhak in high amount owed. Rigidity were legendary titans of the community in Warsaw they operated a home that was a veritable factory of Torah and kindness and hospitality to this I. wanted to share a bit about reforms, background and upbringing, but I was a little bit wary to talk about his parents and the kind of home that the operated because the stories are so fantastic so superlative that I imagined the audience will likely doubt they're autheniticity. Pledge to you, dear listener is at the stores, and I'm going to share about the garage St home in Warsaw are all documented by first party accounts his father Rabbits Hawk whom everyone called? Rebecca founded and ran a network of Sheva of Torah schools in Warsaw. He took care of young students like elementary school. He had thirteen teachers that he hired that he fundraise for that he paid for. He ran as Sheva. Sheva for high school age teams and advance the Sheva than even a Colo and advanced, tell Munich Institution for married scholars now this system it exists in most Jewish cities in the world today, but it was highly novel in Warsaw in the Nineteenth Century, and show organized fundraising for at all, and his wife actually cut for all the students every day on an average day. Their home hosted thirty guests for lunch.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69

"Coming up. We'll explore some of the real life bacilus sightings sightings that fueled the medieval legends of the beast. Now back to the store. During the Middle Ages the Roman legend of the bacilus expanded through it's consistent inclusion in popular best Jerry's and its association with Alchemy but many medieval people believed these legendary bacilus to be a very real threat. Fifteen eighty seven Warsaw Poland. The streets beats were bustling with business. The laundry was flying on lines strung. Between the city's buildings the chamber pots were being dumped. UNCEREMONIOUSLY ASLI on the heads of unlucky pedestrians winding through the narrow cobblestone streets. But one woman wasn't having a normal normal day at all lady macura Pius dragged. Her daughters nurse made by the hand as she ran from building to building banging on her neighbors doors at each door. She shouted the same question. Had they seen her daughter but but none of them had. Finally the nursemaid was able to stop the frantic mother and calm her surely the girl was off playing with one of her little companion companions somewhere around town. She would turn up eventually lady. Macaroni Pius wasn't convinced. But out of breath and tired heard. She agreed to return home. They could at least search all the rooms thoroughly before alarming. The rest of war saw at home. The women searched each room carefully as the nursemaid had advised. They looked under the beds and in the trunks of linens. They searched the cupboards in the kitchen. After looking everywhere else the nursemaid suggested they check the basement it had fallen into ruin three years before but perhaps perhaps the little girl had titled Down There to play as soon as they descended down those first few steps lady macaroni. PS The S.. And the nursemaid stopped short two small figures lay on the floor below. It was her daughter and her playmate their skin was bluish white their poses were stiff and awkward. The two women started to shout Out The little girl's name agony. Straining their voices but they already knew the truth. The girls weren't napping or playing a game. They were dead mother. nursemaid looked at one another in horror but then the nursemaid as courageous -rageous as she was clever announced to her mistress that she would go down to the girls. She'd examined them to find out what happened lady. Macaroni Pius gave a tense. Agonized nod still in shock at the sight of her daughter. Then she watched the nursemaid made descend after a few steps the made reached the tiny corpses but then she collapsed beside them. She didn't get back up lady. Macaroni Pius was aghast trembling. She ran to the main house to get help. Something something was lurking in her basement. Something impossibly deadly the citizens of Warsaw approached. I Lady Macaroni. Pia Says House with caution. Many of them noted that the air felt unusually thick all of them. Speculated that something supernatural supernatural was at work. They decided against going inside. They left the lady alone. Save the three bodies in her basement alarmed. The city Senate convened to discuss a proper response the senators new the damage. A supernatural creature creature could do to an unlucky city. They gritted their teeth in fear and agreed that something had to be done about the beast and lady. Macaroni Pieces Mrs Basement. But they themselves were just politicians they needed someone versed in the Arcane Arts to assess this case to tell tell them what evil was haunting their people and to put forth a plan of action that would save the city from chaos and death that someone was an old man named Benedictus former chief physician to the King Benedictus felt the fear seeping through the Senate halls and through the city streets. He even felt terror sinking in his own heart as he listened to the story of these strange supernatural deaths in lady macaroni pieces seller but wiseman that he was he steeled his heart. The city needed needed his arcane arts with the bow to the quaking senators he bravely agreed to examine the contaminated bodies. He would do who is best to determine what was haunting the city and find a solution to save Warsaw he ordered the Burgers Ore High ranking citizens to pull all three bodies out of the Macaroni Pius Seller using long poles appended to iron hooks and then he began his examination. The three corpses were swollen like drums. Their skin was discolored. And there is protruded intruded out of their sockets like appalling eggs. There was no doubt this was the work of a bassil USC. The Senate burst into a flurry of whispers. When they heard the news frozen with fear they all knew the stories of the Basle astle USC they knew it could kill with its gaze with its breath with its blood? They knew that it was small but more deadly than Alayan. The news could not have been worse. Finally one brave practical man stepped forward asking the a question that the city leaders were all afraid to hear the answer to Benedictus. Is there anything we can do to kill this vile beast in our midst. Midst Benedicta smiled. Sadly there was a way to defeat this monster but it would require a man of exceptional courage courage he would have to descend into that deadly basement sees the bacilus with a rake and drag it out into the light. This this hero's armor would be made of many mirrors. These would protect him from the gaze of the Basle esque but even with this strange garb the mission was no sure thing. The Senate went back to whispering reassured that there was some path forward but they were still. We'll terrified was there anyone amongst the Burgers who was brave enough for this challenge. There wasn't it turned out neither the military Mary nor the police turned up a single candidate. The tension in Warsaw's streets was mounting and the Senate was whipping itself into a flurry Lori. The entire city would perish if it couldn't find a hero but finally one senator remembered the Salesian Asian convict Johan four languishing in the war. Saw Dungeons Johann had been sentenced to death for robbery. The senator went to Johann Dungeon Cell and offered him a bargain if he agreed to challenge the Bass Lisk and survived. He would be pardoned of his crimes and celebrated as a hero by all of Warsaw. Johan didn't jump at the opportunity entity even he in the face of execution fear death by Basil ask more than beheading but eventually he could not help but grasp but the chance of survival however small he agreed to the deal Johann was dressed in a suit suit of mirrors and escorted to the seller of lady. Macaroni Pius per benedictus instructions. He held a rake in his right hand and a torch in his left slowly. His mirrors softly Jingling Johan descended the creaking staircase his torch sputtered as he traveled deeper and deeper into the dark shadows. The air started to feel thicker and a noxious perfume enveloped him him as he reached the base of the stairs. He paused quaking. He knew that if the mirrors weren't strong enough to avert the bacilus poisonous organise gays or if the deadly breath of the beast overpowered him. Then he would die in agony but if he ascended from the basement without the bassil USC his life was forfeit to facing the Basle esque. At least he had a chance Johan. Oh Han plunged forward rake outstretched upstairs. The crowd waited outside for a full hour. You're breathless with anticipation. Had Johann already been slain. They wondered were they stuck with a ruthless deadly monster in their midst forever. Ever just as one of the burgers began to turn away disappointed and sure that Johann had fallen the door to lady. MACARONI PIA says. The house slowly swung open. The crowd stood wrapped. Waiting for what was about to emerge they trembled rambled. Perhaps it was Johann but perhaps it was the bassil USC. Then a glimmer of reflective mirror appeared. They erupted in cheers. It was Johann. He'd survived the deadly beast but then they saw his rake on the end of the long tool was a strange writhing creature. gasps replaced cheers and the burgers immediately turned away from their hero. Some of them started to run their bodies quaking from even a glimpse of the fearsome deadly beast the bacilus might be dead. But even then it's corpse might still have the power to kill. Only benedictus purpose was brave enough to examine the beast WHO's poison. He explained was rendered less effective by the sun. The people of Warsaw listened listened in awe as Benedictus described the beast. It had the head of a cock with a crest resembling a crown. It's is were those of a toad and it's skin Wardi and scaled it's curved tail. Meanwhile was that of a serpent it was is indeed a bacilus so ends.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More and apply online today at Amazon dot com slash Boston jobs Amazon's an equal opportunity employer David Struff Pelino WBZ traffic on the three seventy one degrees in Boston mostly cloudy on this Labor Day with some showers and thunderstorms moving in this afternoon and tonight we could get some downpours as well high today of seventy seven beach is pretty much hover in the low to mid seventies still looking pretty cloudy tonight we're that scattered showers were headed down to sixty five tomorrow beautiful day plenty of sunshine and going up to eighty Wednesday breezy and warm with sunshine and clouds could see some heavy showers or thunderstorms especially late in the day high of eighty five on Wednesday and much cooler on Thursday partly sunny high around seventy this is WBZ newsradio ten thirties with the news watch never stop. good morning I'm TV gal here the five things you need to know at ten fifty seven year old boy is a first reported fatality from hurricane Dorian he drowned while his family was trying to relocate from their home the Abaco islands the Bahamas president trump is in Washington where he is monitoring closely the development of hurricane Dorian prompting numerous evacuations now Mr trump visited FEMA headquarters over the weekend meanwhile V. P. Mike pence's filling in for Mr trump in Warsaw Poland at the eightieth anniversary of World War two ceremony where he saluted the effort to bring down Nazism investigators in Odessa Texas are trying to figure out the motive in this weekend's mass shooting seven people were killed and dozens more injured when a man drove through town firing shots following a traffic stop for failing to signal he was shot and killed by police mourners gather last night for a vigil to honor the seven victims and a green beret from Chicopee Massachusetts killed during combat operations in Afghanistan last month is coming home the body of master sergeant Louis daily on Figueroa is scheduled to arrive next hour.

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Global Market Update

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Global Market Update

"In Asian markets ended mixed overnight the Nikkei Japan rose three tenths of one percent the hang sang in Hong Kong down two tenths of one percent in Chinese CSI three hundred ending half of one percent lower European markets seeing modest gains today in thin trading right now the footsie in London is up just fractionally the CAC in Paris up one tenth of one percent the dachshund Germany of nearly two tenths of one percent economic interior and foreign ministers from six Balkan nations hoping to join the European Union met today with their you counterparts in Warsaw Poland to discuss becoming full members of the block those nations are Montenegro Serbia north Macedonia Albania Bosnia and

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The Latest: Giuliani wants hard line on Iran from conference

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

The Latest: Giuliani wants hard line on Iran from conference

"President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is calling on a Middle Eastern conference to take in his words a firm stance on Iran Giuliani. Speaking about this earlier today in Warsaw Poland, it's happened. During a protest by the national council of resistance of Iran. The conference on the Middle East scheduled to open today in Warsaw Giuliani says he wants countries around the world to emulate the US stance on Iran to try to change that country's policies. He says if that does not end up working he says, then he wants pressure to change the Iranian

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Morning. In San Francisco deaths from methamphetamine have nearly tripled in the last decade. Could it be that meth users are aging there like they've missed out? And they want to have a little little fun and make up for lost time. Maybe April Dembosky who's dying from Matthews and why coming up on morning edition. Hear that report ahead at six twenty two and eight twenty two here on K Q E D public radio now morning edition for Wednesday. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. The United States is working to build support for a new confrontation with Iran. This is the day that secretary of state, Mike Pompeo meets other foreign ministers in Warsaw. Poland their agenda is pretty broad promoting peace and security throughout the Middle East, but some Europeans do disagree with the US approach, particularly the US withdrawal from a nuclear deal with Iran and some Europeans are limiting their participation in this conference Brian hook, the US special Representative to Iran is traveling with secretary Pompeii. Oh, and he's on the line from Warsaw. Mr. Huck, welcome back to the program. Hi, Steve good to be with you. What do you want from US allies who are still in this nuclear deal and still frankly want to do business with Iran what we would like is for the Iran nuclear deal, not to come at the expense of peace and stability in the Middle East. And it is the case that the deal by not making any mention of Iran's missile program has enabled. Iran, it's facilitated Iran's missile testing, which is in clear defiance, the UN Security Council, and it's also facilitated their missile proliferation around the region. So this is an opportunity as you said at here in Warsaw. We're going to be discussing a range of issues, but in the case of Iran, we agree to disagree with the Europeans on the Iran nuclear deal. But I think we share the same threat assessment when it comes to Iran's missile testing and missile proliferation. Is it a downside or a disadvantage that some key European leaders like the EU foreign policy chief just to give one example that they're not there. Well, we have every e u member-state here in Warsaw attending we have the British Foreign minister, the Italian foreign ministers and a number of ministers from Europe, we have almost seventy nations attending from every region of the world. So we're very happy with the level of participation. You will be I'm sure meeting with diplomats from various nations that are talking about continuing to do business with Iran. What do you want to what do you want them to to know? What do you want them to do? When you are an investor in Iran's economy, you can never be sure whether you are facilitating commerce or terrorism, this is a country that doesn't follow international banking standards for a reason, they don't want people to follow the money and this regime since two thousand thirteen has spent sixteen billion dollars in Syria and in Iraq and Yemen. And it stabilizes the Middle East. It's a revolutionary regime that spends its commercial revenues in very maligned ways I wanted to check on on the progress of one part of the US approach here, Mr. Huck because the United States has been working to reduce Iranian oil exports. That's where the money is the biggest money has when it comes to the Iranian economy. How much do you believe you have been able to reduce Iran's exports over the last few months? Well, we've taken off over a million barrels of oil from Iran's export list, and that has denied them billions and billions of dollars in revenue, and that's a good thing. This is a regime that had a great opportunity with the Iran nuclear deal to get onto a better footing with the United States, and it took the sanctions relief and spent it in a lot of places where the United States is on the other side and nowhere is that more true than in Syria. I want to figure out there where this policy is going. You may know that the Iranian leader Ali Khamenei has made a statement put on its website in the last few hours one quote from this translated is with regard to America. No problem can be resolved and to go with it have nothing, but economic and spiritual loss that is a quote from Ali Khamenei. Now, we should be clear. He's always saying that he's always saying it's a bad idea to negotiate with the United States. But in this case is he right? The United States really doesn't want to deal with this regime because you disagree with them so strongly. I think I think he has it. Incorrect. The United States doesn't have any permanent enemies, and you look at the trajectory of both Japan and Germany after World War Two as an obvious proof of that the United States stands and supports the Iranian people. We know that the regime does a bad job of representing its own people to the world, you're running people don't chant death to America. I think they would like to have better relations with the United States. We would like that as well. But this regime stands in the way of that in terms of just having much better relations with the United States and behaving like a normal country. Can you envision some way that President Trump would reach out to this Iranian leader? And say, listen, we need different terms that we can do a deal. The president has already made clear that we're open to negotiation. So a secretary palm peyot, but the Ayatollah recently said that we require hostility with the United States, and you also have the regime making. The threats against the president secretary of Pompeii peyot. So. What was the death threat against secretary Pompeo? I missed that. Yeah. There was a tweet that was put out by the regime that there was a death threat against the president. Okay. Mr hook. Thanks very much for the time. I really appreciate it. Great to be with you. Steve, thanks, Brian. Hook is the US special Representative to Iran, and he is participating in a conference in Warsaw. Poland led by the United States and European powers. The notorious Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman faces the possibility of life in prison this after being found guilty on all ten counts related to drug trafficking. That verdict was handed down in a federal courthouse in Brooklyn yesterday after weeks of gripping testimony, a number of former cartel members took the stand and detailed brutality that underpinned El Chapo cartel. An empire responsible for a lot of the flow of narcotics into the US. For decades. The question we're going to look at now, how is this conviction being viewed back in Guzman's home-country NPR's Carrie Kahn joins us from Mexico City. Combining Kerry KOMO morning. We've heard so much about this trial here on the US side of the border. What about in Mexico? How much traction has? Been getting in the press great. It has been covered in the press here. But it's definitely not dominating the news. You know, some of the trials more salacious revelations. Get good media play. Remember the day in the trial. When that convicted Colombian trafficker testified for the prosecution that this man had paid the former president one hundred million dollar bright for president of Mexico. Yeah. Right. That barely got covered. Chaired. I think part of it was that Mexicans. We're in the midst of a crippling gas crisis then. But also, I think there's a lot of corruption. Fatigue. Syncing of these past years have been plagued by revelation after revelation of high level corruption and conflict evinced interest scandals by the previous administration am yesterday after the verdict. We did get some react from Mexicans here in the capital and the by far most were pleased with this month conviction this one high school student. He is really interesting. He said, you know, maybe some parts of the country like months home state. They still consider him a folk hero romanticize his outlaw persona that he was a brutal criminal who caused a lot of pain in this country. And this one thirty year old. A computer salesman, really summed it up saying, it's it's just unfortunate that Mexico. Didn't try guthman here. And that a foreign government had to bring this man to Justice wasn't for all. So now that El Chapo is likely to spend life in prison is not going to change the way that drugs flow across the border. Well, I think does look at Guzman's cartels specifically the Senate Loa cartel. It's really not lost much strength since this man's arrest in two thousand sixteen or his extradition in two thousand seventeen it's still one of the largest in the world. And that's according to the Drug Enforcement Administration and the US last year and their two thousand eighteen drug threat assessment, they called the they said the cartel maintains the most expensive international footprint of any Mexican drug organization. Still what about the the violence? I mean, L Chapo story really highlights. What's known as the kingpin strategy right targeting. The head of the snake by going after the cartel leaders. Is there evidence that that is a sound strategy in terms of curbing violence? I would say we've seen just the opposite. It's conventional wisdom here that the strategy hasn't worked to stem the violence. Just look at the last decade of the drug war here in Mexico. Every year violence is increased last year was the bloodiest year on record ever since Mexico started keeping homicide statistics more than thirty three thousand murder investigations were opened last year. The new government says that's empower now says it's not going to go after kingpins. It's instead going to ensure public safety. We'll have to see if they really do that. And if it works, but January's homicide figures were just as high as past months. So it's been just as bloody here in Mexico NPR's Carrie Kahn from Mexico City. Thanks, carrie. You're welcome. among other things the partial government shutdown affected aviation security, though, fears of another shutdown have eased fears of security problems have not NPR's David Schaper reports throughout the recent five week partial government, shutdown air traffic controllers continued to work without getting paid until day thirty five that's when a handful of controllers called in is unable to work at two east coast air traffic control facilities short staff, the FAA had to dramatically slow air traffic in the heavily congested northeastern US airspace. Grounding planes at New York's LaGuardia and other ports lengthy flight delays and cancellations mounted and within a few hours, President Trump and congress finally ended the shutdown but only for three weeks. This is all just abysmally stupid. Oregon democrat Peter chairs the house transportation committee. It's absolutely absurd to think that we're going to allow. Another shutdown of air, traffic control, and the FAA defies yo wants to insulate the FAA keep its employees working and pay during a shutdown. We collect attacks every day and that taxes collected every day during the shutdown and went into the airport and airway trust fund, we should just allow the agency to draw on that trust fund and never shut down. Again, defazio has a Bill to do just that. And his committee is holding a hearing today, but the legislation cannot become law in time to prevent another possible shutdown this weekend, and that's raising safety concerns. Again. Mike Perron is president of the union representing airplane inspectors, safety technicians and other regulators every day that goes by that people are not working doing their jobs or doing on a stressful conditions, the possibility of safety being eroded is definitely there. And if airline crews believe safety is compromised, they won't fly says Sarah Nelson of the association of flight attendants. Flight attendants are going to watch very carefully. And we are not.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"How are you? I am in Warsaw Poland, and I actually have a special guest, my only friend here. The only person I really know in Poland. Mr Paul Versi, all how are you? Thanks for having me here. Excellent. Maybe I'll do it like this. I'll just sit there, and I'll try to move this because I don't have the quit that I need Paul. Yeah. Since we last spoke what's been a long time since you've been on the podcast. But this week we've been to Germany Estonia, Latvia, hungry in Poland. Yeah. And it's been a great time hands down Budapest hands outvoted passed hands down past last night. Budapest was Budapest was they were all great. But Budapest was so good last night. I was on stage. And I and I had that thought my head like, dude, I think I take a special here that was that felt like an hot American crowd. Yeah. No matter where you didn't matter. We were hungry was great lottery was the best tackles Lafi. I enjoyed Lafayette, the one that one, you know, there was a couple of times a lot for your. You felt alone up there with dude Estonia. Well, ten minutes before I go on stage. And granted I'm going. I'm going colds. The only thing I got his Kenny going. We have really gonna love him clumps Kenny shout out to he brings me up and ten minutes before I go up guy goes yes, stand ups only been here for eight years. It got introduced in two thousand and ten and I was like that's a little unnerving to hear before you go out there. But like they were dressed up really nice to theater was beautiful. Yeah. And you go into something. And it was just like you said those Baltic states. It was in limit does a little bit something like fifty the very very fucking smart and logical Estonia was like the best look out. They were like dressed so nicely. I felt like I felt like a place theater was too. Nice for what we say. But eunuch was also passed by ended up pick Munich, and and Budapest's were. Fucking immune goes with three thirty show when they were hot crowd, but all of them have been great. But like those were the two cities that you didn't have to even think that you're you're over somewhere. But like I've been on the road bursley now for like a week. And I'm a moody son of a bitch. So I know I'm driving them nuts..

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"How are you? I am in Warsaw Poland, and I actually have a special guest, my only friend here. The only person I really know in Poland. Mr Paul Versi, all how are you? Thanks for having me here. Excellent. Maybe I'll do it like this. I'll just sit there, and I'll try to move this because I don't have the quit that I need Paul. Yeah. Since we last spoke what's been a long time since you've been on the podcast. But this week we've been to Germany Estonia, Latvia, hungry in Poland. Yeah. And it's been a great time hands down Budapest hands outvoted passed hands down past last night. Budapest was Budapest was they were all great. But Budapest was so good last night. I was on stage. And I and I had that thought my head like, dude, I think I take a special here that was that felt like an hot American crowd. Yeah. No matter where you didn't matter. We were hungry was great lottery was the best tackles Lafi. I enjoyed Lafayette, the one that one, you know, there was a couple of times a lot for your. You felt alone up there with dude Estonia. Well, ten minutes before I go on stage. And granted I'm going. I'm going colds. The only thing I got his Kenny going. We have really gonna love him clumps Kenny shout out to he brings me up and ten minutes before I go up guy goes yes, stand ups only been here for eight years. It got introduced in two thousand and ten and I was like that's a little unnerving to hear before you go out there. But like they were dressed up really nice to theater was beautiful. Yeah. And you go into something. And it was just like you said those Baltic states. It was in limit does a little bit something like fifty the very very fucking smart and logical Estonia was like the best look out. They were like dressed so nicely. I felt like I felt like a place theater was too. Nice for what we say. But eunuch was also passed by ended up pick Munich, and and Budapest's were. Fucking immune goes with three thirty show when they were hot crowd, but all of them have been great. But like those were the two cities that you didn't have to even think that you're you're over somewhere. But like I've been on the road bursley now for like a week. And I'm a moody son of a bitch. So I know I'm driving them nuts..

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"I'm she my wife really likes going to the Olympic Games. And the other one's she trust that I can make it to and from those events without hurting myself. But I have she's traveled to I took her to a three series, and she went and did it, and then she said, I don't wanna do this ever again. Because I went to we went to Sweden and we get off the plane meal, you'll get something to eat. They go to the track to warm up. I come back. To the hotel in that, I'm just resting and then she's like, well, I'm super tired not a big deal. So were there, you know, the fourth day we get in a car we drive from Warsaw. Poland too big gush by taxi in that's four hour drive in a car. She's super tired. I guess we'll get their take a rest can be the next day. And then we get on a plane get up at six o'clock in the morning, we fly to Italy go to the hotel, and she's just like all you do on these trips is going to a hotel room or go to a track. You're just like you don't do anything. You don't you don't go and see the sights. I'm like this is kinda the job like I get on a plane, I do recovery. So, you know, with Cory Cory when I whatever I leave. We we write out or a workout program. Like, this is what we're going to do when you get off the plane, you do this. And then you do that. And then you know, I have a plan with my coach. So anytime, I do like a major in you. Usually, they're always halfway across the country. We have a plan every day I have to go and get water. So it makes me get out of my hotel room. Navigate through someone and it keeps me awake. And I do this until finally acclimated which is very annoying. I don't like doing it. But it's been very successful. But you know, this just those kinds of things. So my when my wife travels when she does this kind of stuff, she just like, I hate traveling with you because you don't do anything fun in everything you do is track related. She doesn't want to be with you when you're fully concentrated on the competition. I I am really boring when I'm incompetent when I'm in competition mode on just I am literally a robot. I mean, that's what the Europeans think of me. They like, aren't Reese Hoffa, the throwing robot, and they just they they can't believe someone could do what I do like I'll go in compete on Monday travel, Tuesday, Wednesday instill like, there's no reduction in result. Like, they'll go do the same thing. And they live in Europe where it's like they only fly now and a half they can actually go home before going another one I'm living out of hotel room. And I still throw really far all the time to just like do you ever not so far? So that's where the count the drug talk comes in. And they're like, so what are you? What are you on like, you gotta be on something because there's no like this is an inhuman m like, no, if you you know, you just you have confidence in what you're doing. And I'm crazy in thinking that I should never not be successful. You mentioned doing. Things you know, they don't wanna do. And you mentioned you kind of said they were annoying when you feel something be when you feel something is being annoying. Yeah. Is that attract you to go through it because he know the result. Like after you've been teaching yourself this over the. Yeah. So for me, it was I never it was annoying to the thing to the point where if if I don't do it. It will drive me crazy. I can't go to bed like if I did not go downstairs and practice winning and doing all the stretching stuff I would not sleep. Well at night. I couldn't sleep. I would be. I would I'd have to physically like it didn't matter if it was at one o'clock in the morning if I was supposed to do that on that day. I have to do it. It's my OCD. I guess I have to do it. Because if I don't I know I'm going to I I will sleep..

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Video archive, dot org, moving image, archive, and video of meals on demand section. And yes, we can talk about the fact that, well, not every piece of music you want. Not every book you want. Not every game you want is going to be available through these. So you're kinda stuck with the r. m. if you really want to get the top stuff in a lot of cases. But I think it's interesting that. Geo g. feels in English and German that they need to spread the word on this. I, I've been noticing that more and more people are assuming there is copyright protection often where there isn't an acting as if DRM is just the the nature of the beast that you'll always have DRM even though, for instance, music on the store is not the our end people people seem to have just moved on from that. Yeah, it's interesting because CD project red is a company other based out of Warsaw Poland. They first came to prominence with the original Witcher game, and which are three is considered twenty fifteen best game of that year. And maybe one of the best games ever made. So they've got that heritage. They're building that cyberpunk gamer ones excited about for next year. Whenever it's gonna come out, they've got that half of it. They're little valve in that way. Make a bunch of good games establish itself as a company and then light valve. They said, hey, there's an. Served market out there for old game because he used to be called. I mean, you would call it good old games. That's where I came idea was all go find this ancient game, and there's no DRAM. You're kidding. That's great. And only paid five bucks four at all. It's awesome. They have worked overtime to build themselves into a legitimate competitor esteem where I can go and get brand new triple a. releases the same day..

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Warsaw poland july twenty sixteen forty year old paranormal investigator mack spears is in town from canterbury england to speak at a conference for conspiracy theorists while he's there a woman he has recently meant through the conspiracy theory community offers to let him crash on her couch overnight spirit has long been making a name for himself in the you follow gist community as a ufo investigator since he was five years old and i saw you f o outside his bedroom window spears has dedicated his life to exposing ufo coverups at the highest levels recently however he has started digging into the lives of prominent politicians who he believes may be actively working to cover up alien activity on earth his first day in town he begins to feel sick he takes drugstore medication to settle his stomach for the less is excited for the conference he checks in with several friends and family members to confirm that he has arrived safely in poland in his gearing up for his talk and a few days but as the week progresses spears begins to suspect that the warm welcome he's received in poland is not what it seems a few days after spears lands in poland he sends his mother back home at chilling text quote your boys in trouble if anything happens to me investigate and quote he has begun to feel deathly ill so much so that it begins to vomit a thick black liquid hours later he is found dead on the couch polish authorities rule has death to be of natural causes but no autopsy is ever performed on his body and no specific natural 'cause ever pinpointed his mother determined her own.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Five years peter davenport from the national your four reporting centre with us for his re weekly report peter what do you have for us good evening george well has been in a pretty exciting week although that's almost trade for somebody who works with ufo reports every week every week is pretty exciting i report comes from warsaw poland an adult male reports said as he was riding his bicycle home from work at about five forty five pm just two days ago may eight he glanced overhead and witnessed a cigar shaped metallic looking object that appeared to be hovering motionless in the afternoon daytime sky the witness adds that the object lift like an airliner's fuselage george but with no wings no tail no engine then i presume with no windows or painted logo on the side he writes that in his report that he quickly reach for his cell phone to get a photograph and adds that a roof of a nearby house momentarily obscured as view of the object for only about two or three seconds he estimates but that was long enough for the object to disappear totally just pull gone in a moment he was baffled by both the object itself and by the sudden disappearance of it so quickly the sighting in poland reminds me of a case frequently allude to during a public presentations that occurred in the southern part of puget sound not far offshore from tacoma washington on the morning of july second eighteen eighty three which gained by the way front page coverage in the tacoma daily ledger that's of course back when newspapers weren't afraid to cover stories like that the article describes how a group of trout fisherman camping on an island in puget sound in the morning of july second eight again the eighteen eighty three george hundred and thirty five years ago they were suddenly awakened by a very loud shrieking sound that woke them all up and they were being eliminated by very bright flashing lights all of which seemed to be emanating from copper colored metallic looking cigar shaped object like what was apparently what was seeing in warsaw just two days ago very interesting report the object over puget sound shot out a bolt of light and rendered one of the fishermen unconscious for thirty minutes reminds me much of the travis walton case back in november of nineteen ninety five second report comes from prescott arizona again two days ago.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Point than today the thought of power from at ride rattled wake up to all coming up on our the president will address the you wear i'm not expecting the porsche america first today how is he going to reconcile that with the world body whirl low preview that speech uh also the president said yesterday in a meeting with french president muck rome that he wants surged cut appointing putting on a military parade during the fourth of july of the left is screaming than howling about that and we'll tell you why and just a second so the president ten o'clock this morning will make his first foreign policy address at the united nations at the general assembly remember earlier this year he addressed the than the uh the trip to saudi of rabii of the rest middle eastern calling on the the muslims of or rather the muslim world a joined their fellow muslim countries that joined the us and other countries in the fight against terrorism and that he visited warsaw poland were you ted with the rally europe to defend the west and all eyes right now because and the irs on the frozen today because you're expected to porsche no the the america first of policy and one officials said imported wall street journal's morning it'll be a foreign policy that is driven by outcomes not by ideology and as we all know the president is not a ideological person and these morbidly product gore a person uh both what the president during use explaining how the principle of america first is not only consistent with the goal of international cooperation but a rational basis for every country you engage in that cooperation and the president i think this will be successful in you know the present a course has a lot of support a north korea he has lukewarm support on iran and obviously the paris climate accord because the french president is in favour of both iran a suicide pact and the of the pci and the.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"That wasn't the case in the early 20th century it was a lot of hard manual labor jobs you know in an era when workers weren't as protected safety and different things and long hours as they are now the summer's are or are hot were and are hot and humid the winners you know brutally cold lives were hard for allowing residence of a bustling little bluecollar town and it was here that richard parents met each other a his father stanley was born in warsaw poland emigrated over with his parents and two brothers his mom with irish her parents had a emigrated over from dublin and and they both died shortly after bringing the family to jersey city her dad died of pneumonia and our mom was run over by truck in a freak accident an fucking rough luck man debt debt dis pneumonia mom gets hit by truck literally she grew up in an orphanage where religion was quite literally beat into her by sadistic nuns and in and that's not a shot at just tells has been that's that's these particular nothing's nuns i guess we're particularly sadistic jersey city in a in a father hansie mix secret you know one of those kinda type priests also musset her and took her virginity before they're to ten so fucking rough life for mom completely man both parents die orphanage physically beat molested and raped all before the age ten that's that's anna at eight at eighteen anna had to leave the orphanage in almost immediately met richards dad stanley a church dance and they got married july nineteen 25 iran at a flat twostorey house on third street and stay only had a job as a break man for lack of wanna railroad and and then anna quickly learnt that she'd went for a bad situation to a worse wanted she had married a fucking polish demon stanley without a large man but apparently he was a very strong.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Position president trump was giving a speech in warsaw poland and among other things he said this weird russia to cease its destabilizing activities in ukraine and elsewhere added support for hostile regimes including syria and iran and do instead joined the can community of responsible nations in our fight against common enemies and a defence of civilization itself npr scott horsely is traveling with the president he is on the line from hamburg scott president trump often says he doesn't like to tip has handy doesn't like to telegraph what he's going to do do we know what he wants to get out of this meeting not really is a national security adviser actually said last week that trump didn't have a fixed agenda for the fifth without america certainly the puk rhetoric you at using yesterday was a very different tone than the one he took during the campaign when he said he wanted to forge a closer partnership with putin in order to battle isis in syria that partnership has never really gelled of course a rupture in the us have ray different goals in syria russia's determined to prop up the assad regime there one stabilising action of trump did not mention spoken owen yesterday was russia's meddling in the us election last year that's the subject of the ongoing investigate asian back home and some analysts who said even that backdrop trump really can't afford to look too friendly in his meeting with putin so is always the the body language of these two leaders is going to get a lot of scrutiny right had that the handshake the links and strength of the handshake while the.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President trump is taking aim at russian aggression trump spoke to a crowd of several thousand in warsaw poland yards russia deceased's destabilizing activities in ukraine and elsewhere and its support for hostile regimes including syria and iran but trump did not address alleged russian meddling in last november's us election telling a news conference nobody knows for sure the president is expected to meet with russian leader vladimir putin tomorrow their first such meeting since trump's election the white house says president trump will move in short order to find a new leader for the office of government ethics and years peter overby tells us the current director walter shove jr is resigning after months of challenging the trump administration's ethical standards water shock made the seventy person oji into some sort of celebrity is he maneuvered and cajoled the trump white house into complying with the ethics laws sometimes he failed trump refused to give up ownership of his businesses which would have prevented conflict of interest but shot negotiated complex divestiture agreements with trump's daughter ivanka trump and soninlaw jared kushner when they went to work in the the white house and he played a good bureaucratic game is he pried loose ethics document that white has tried to keep private trump's nominee for ote director will need senate confirmation so far there's no indication who at nominee will be peter overby npr news washington this is npr news from kqed news i'm devin katayama the state senate has approved a new way to pay for affordable housing in california kqed's guy maserati has more senate bill to would raise a few hundred million dollars a year for affordable housing by placing a 75 dollar fee e on processing real estate documents like a deed here's bill author toni yakin's a democrat from san diego this is a subsidy to help provide housing which then people will be able to remain in california the bill needed the super majority support of all twenty seven democrats to pass sent all republicans opposed it orange county senator john morlock says democrats ignored affordable housing in the state budget redone have enough and affordable housing so we raise attacked.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"President trump has raised thousands of people in warsaw poland in his first public speech in europe we've come to your nation to deliver a very important message america loves poland and america loves the polish people thank you the president spoke at a memorial to the warsaw uprising from nineteen fortyfour that's when you may recall for the one hundred fifty thousand poles died fighting the nazi occupation present pledged american support of poland and defended the need for individual freedom and other western values the nato alliance is demanding that north korea immediately halt its ballistic missile and nuclear weapons programme two days after country test launch his first intercontinental ballistic missile with some degree of success nato secretary general john stauffenberg north korea must comply with its international obligations stop all activities related to its ballistic missile and nuclear programs unbound all existing weapons or not thus destruction programmes walls on for all her the trump today speaking in poland referred to that the missile launch by north koreans quote very very bad behaviour louisiana congressman steve scalise she is not out of the woods yet as he continues to recover from a gunshot wound corresponded by grazia has the update when he was wounded by gunshot republican baseball practice last month steve scalise was struck in the hip the bullet tore into blood vessels bows and internal organs lease has undergone several surgeries and had been upgraded to fair condition before being readmitted to intensive care he was listed in serious condition wednesday night is by rossi reporting slightly more americans applied for jobless benefits it's last week the number of people seeking benefits estate near historic lows on wall street the dow jones industrial average will open up at twenty one thousand four hundred.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"President trump arriving in warsaw poland wednesday night president trump could expect a warm welcome hair podans government is broadly on the same wavelength exit after promising to topple liberal elites and put poland i according to news reports here officials have busing in crowds to ensure a warm and friendly atmosphere when the president delivers an openair speech the white house calling poland a staunch ally as a nato partner and as a potential energy potter fox simon owen traveling with the president that welcome might not be so warm for president trump when he goes to germany for the g twenty summit in hamburg thousands of protesters filling the streets ahead of the meeting of world leaders officials say the roughly eight thousand anticapitalist protestors were met by about twenty thousand police officers president trump will attend the g twenty and has a facetoface meeting with russian president vladimir putin on friday un ambassador nikki haley addressing an emergency meeting of the united nations security council wednesday the over north korea's test of an intercontinental ballistic missile saying all options are on the table their actions are quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution the united states is prepared to use the full range of our capabilities to defend ourselves and our allies daily singling out china for continuing trade with north korea despite sanctions in place against pyongyangan house majority whip steve scalise his back in an intensive care unit at a washington dc hospital his condition downgraded from fair to serious the congressman recovering from a gunshot wound and several surgeries has developed an infection schoolies was shot by a gunman will out of practice for a charity baseball game on june fourteenth fox news.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:21 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"President trump is tweeting is frustration with china over each expanding trade with north korea in the wake of pyongyang's test launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile trump tweeting this morning so much for china working with us but we had to give it a try cbs has been tracy has more from beijing adequate out so you have seen united states do basically what they do us along with south korea this morning launched a bunch of missiles in south korea into the sea basically a notsosubtle reminder to north korea that we have missiles to win their awfully close to your order the us has also called for an emergency meeting at the united nations that'll happen this afternoon trying to rally the international community to likely impose even stronger sanctions on north korea me meantime president trump will be landing in warsaw poland in a few hours kicking off he's second overseas tour or from cbs news white house correspondent stephen portnoy in warsaw president trump returns to europe tonight with a brief stop here in poland ahead of the g twenty summit in hamburg germany he'll sit privately with about a dozen leaders and hold his i face to face with vladimir putin on friday the white house hasn't said whether mr trump intends to bring up russian election meddling but expectations are high in moscow that putin will urge the president to return the two russian diplomatic compounds that the obama administration seized that move and the expulsion of thirty five diplomats deemed spies was a response to the hacking it was a violent holiday weekend in chicago and a least one hundred people were shot in a span from friday afternoon through early today reports say fourteen of those people died in while a rash of homicides over the long holiday weekend hitting home for the spokesman for the baltimore police department more from cbs's steve dorsey in an emotional facebook post baltimore police spokesman tj smith announced his brother was one of the latest homicide victims in the city he wrote a coward with a gun entered my brother's apartment and shot and killed him he was the one hundred seventy third person killed in baltimore this year indiana's governor renouncing five new outpatient treatment centers in the the fight against drug addiction eric welcome says the death toll is too high from heroin and pain pill addiction expanding these services has been connect so many folks who were who are struggling right now governor holcomb says dna ranks.

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"warsaw poland" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"warsaw poland" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"James valmy james third comedy third is three r d twitter instagram facebook james they're kennedy deck and i'm at dry milligan on all the socials in if you leave a five star review on i tuned we will read it out loud will here we go we got what we get ready some reviews you this is by the real out elects alex way alex zack aleksic a l e c k aleksic i like at a tokyo electric alexei all night nicest love it hey guys i'm a listener from warsaw poland rural town hall words found your pike ask because i was looking up kazam reviews one of my childhood favorites what was cracking up throughout the entire episode i love the shows premise and all the humor you put in last week i was us into the bay watch episode and stop during the first half and go watch it in the theater totally agree how underrated it was and would probably never have checked it out if not for your pike as you're welcome thank you thank you so when is the rock album on our yo our put together a b all i gotta amalgamate somebody please just like put together values of all the twitter reviews of so many people say i wasn't gonna see this movie i let's your pockets i saw and i love the drama you keep the rock out of komo him all right here we go now here we go one more this is by two cold x z okay loved it fire uh oh the yasser view the movie up up and all we won yasha remove with review the movie up.

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