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UK police charge 25-year-old man with lawmaker's murder
"A man has been charged with murder I'm preparing acts of terrorism in the stopping of British politician and lawmaker sedated they miss Holly Hobbie Ali H. twenty five I'm from north London has been charged with murder the charge was announced by police spokesman Matt cheek Ali is accused to stopping British politician Amos as he met his constituents at a chat tool the prosecutor in the case intends to submit that the matter had a terrorist connection because it but it's just an ideological motivations the death of a mess who had a forty year career in British politics some of my two than twenty fifteen has sought to Britain's politicians who pride themselves on being accessible to their constituents G. compound police authorities reassessing politicians security we've been working closely with parliaments and security team and with the home office to review existing arrangements for MP security I'm not work will continue Karen Thomas London
S Korea test launches 1st domestically made space rocket
"South Korea has carried out to test launch on its first domestically made space rockets live footage showed the one hundred and fifty four okay since the Adam in a plane seats not the defendants as it blasted off from Norris basin says once the rocket go to the L. two cheated them for it didn't manage to deliver a dummy payload into orbit since plans south Korean president moon jae in still described the test as an excellent accomplishment that takes the country a step further in its proceed to the space launch program I'm
Trump announces social media platform launch plan, SPAC deal
"Official recommendations for boosters Former president Donald Trump says he's launching a new media company with its own social media platform 9 months after being expelled from social media for his role in inciting the January 6th capitol riot Trump says his goal is launching the Trump media and technology group and its truth social app The full House votes today on whether to hold former Trump adviser Steve Bannon and contempt of Congress for defying a subpoena related to the January 6th capitol riot
The delta variant has a mutation that's worrying experts: Here's what we know so far
"Now on vaccines and COVID and delta variants it just reminded me of how much information I've gotten from these airwaves about this vaccine about this pandemic from the start a year and a half ago I mean I would be in the dark if I didn't have people experts coming on the air each and every morning each and every afternoon and all things considered During the day and Brian lair show and our other programs our other longer format interview programs just kind of breaking down what in the world is going on with this pandemic with this with
Stock futures slip after Dow retakes record high
"Hager. And i'm karen moskow in. Us stock index futures are moving lower. This morning. we're coming up to five. Oh one on wall street and we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on bloomberg and p futures down about twelve points dow futures down one hundred. Three nasdaq futures down. Thirty one. the dax in germany's down about two tenths of upper sent cac in paris. Down four tenths percent and the footsie-100 down a third of upper.
North Korea says its sub-launched missile didn't target US
"Yes, so this is an interesting story because Korea has been South Korea has been a relatively burner when it comes to the launching of heavier satellites in orbit. And given the fact that over the past few weeks, we've had so much about the recent missile tests that North Korea was conducting. It's interesting that today what we are hearing about is not North Korea, but for ones is actually South Korea. It was launched, was going to be launching one of these rockets. This afternoon well, afternoon in Korea time anyway. And if successful really mark a very important point in South Korea joining that small club of countries that can launch the Javier satellites in space. Also suggesting that the commitment to the past few years in the South Koreans to develop the basic means and technology to join the capacity at the very least to increase their monitoring and surveillance activities in addition to one of the considerations and technology from space. At that moment is coming. And that moment is likely to be disaster noon. Alessio, thank you very much indeed. This is the globalist stay tuned.
Terror threat against MPs raised to substantial - Patel - BBC News
"The threat level to MPs has been deemed to be substantial after the killing of David Amos The Home Secretary says it follows a review by terrorism experts following the fatal stabbing of the politician last week in Essex Pretty Patel has told the commons there is no credible immediate threat to right now but also warned against MPs disclosing their arrangements In China the military has conducted two hypersonic weapons tests according he is disclosing their arrangements In China the military has conducted two hypersonic weapons tests according to the Financial Times
Bus bombs kill 14 in Syria capital; shells elsewhere kill 10
"Alan edwards to roadside bombs exploded near a bus carrying troops during the morning. Rush hour in the syrian capital early wednesday killing fourteen people and wounding other state tv reported. The attack was the deadliest in damascus. In years and a rare event since government forces captured suburbs formerly held by insurgents in syria's decade-long conflict a haitian gang they abducted more than a dozen aid workers last weekend or demanding ransoms of one million dollars for each of them. The country's justice ministry said tuesday. The gang took seventeen workers who are with a us based christian aid group in a community near port. Au prince on saturday.
WHO warns of rise in Covid cases across Europe for third consecutive week as restrictions are eased - CNBC
"Across the world World Health Organization revealing there was a 7% rise in COVID cases in Europe last week even as cases have dropped or remained stable everywhere else in the world It's the third consecutive week where cases have risen with the UK Russia and Turkey accounting for the most of the 2.7 million new cases In as delicate ABC News Paris An attorney for Nick rolovich the former Washington state university football coach plans to take legal action calling his termination for refusing to get a COVID-19 vaccination on lawful and an attack on his Catholic faith Add Turkey trouble to the supply issues that we're having this year This Turkey day you may be paying more and a variety of issues from climate change to the pandemic may be partly to blame According to food analysts editor Phil lempert We have a major shortage of truck drivers So
China boots Caixin financial news from approved media list
"Olympic flame has arrived in Beijing and China cyberspace watchdog published a yesterday on new list of more than 1300 official media sources banning Internet news service providers from republishing other sources and speaking of Internet and social media Donald Trump organization has announced the Trump media and technology group a merger with spac initially valued at $875 million potential additional earnout of 825 million It will be home to a social media platform that mister Trump would like to call truth social in San Francisco I met Baxter This is Bloomberg Jules Thanks Ed Let's get back to our guest Nepal Gupta is portfolio manager at Esprit investments on the line for us from Singapore Why don't you get your thoughts on what you're looking for in terms of opportunity in Southeast Asia I note that you are positive on Malaysian stocks and we are starting to see some retail data showing a pick up in the likes of shopping centers Et cetera So this is really a reopening trade I assume and what kind of opportunity are you looking for here Yes sure Yes So you know Southeast Asia has probably been a laggard over the last few months when it comes to vaccination trials And so really any country
Haitian gang wants $1 million ransom for each of the 17 kidnapped missionaries
"And I'm already Shapiro 17 people from a Christian aid mission who were abducted in Haiti over the weekend are still missing They were with an organization called Christian aid ministries based in Ohio and because Laurel Walmsley is following the situation hi Laurel Hi Ari What's the latest on this abduction Well a gang called 400 mouse has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping and is reportedly asking for a ransom of $1 million per person The U.S. and Haitian governments are working to free them as is Christian aid ministries I should mention that this group's abduction is far from the only kidnapping that's happened in Haiti where there's been a huge spike in kidnappings recently mostly a patient people There have been a 119 kidnappings just in the first half of October according to the local nonprofit center of analysis and research of human rights
Brazil Senate report urges charging Bolsonaro over pandemic
"A Brazilian senator has formally presented a report recommending president James Wilson not off indicted on criminal charges for allegedly bungling Brazil's responds to the covert nineteen pandemic and pushing the country's death toll to the second highest in the world the nearly one thousand two hundred page report is based on six months of work by the committee investigating the government's management of the pandemic it calls for Wilson are to be indicted on a series of charges from Charlton is an inciting crime all the way up to crimes against humanity the report can still be modified for the court to vote on the twenty sixth of October and
NZ Police Answer 4-Year-Old's Call, Confirm Toys Are Cool - Snopes.com
"Police in New Zealand answered an emergency call from a four year old boy the boy called one one one thank you corporate dispatcher quickly realized he was in no danger thank twenty three may what yeah the boy's dad later got on the phone yeah you know for those mothers are feminists are basically I don't know if he's not the least later made a call to the home there is a four year old kid who is wanting to show police the police constable Kurt responded he said the boy had some cool toys and they had a good educational chat about using the emergency number I
EU Parliament tries to force commission to act on Poland
"Listening to the news on africa business radio. European commission's chief executive one poland is challenged the supremacy of european union law called into question the very foundations of the seven-nation block and could not go unpunished poland's constitutional tribunal ruled last week pass of in capacity possible or the polish constitution on the monitor the legal pillar in which union stands and raising fears. That poland could eventually need to block. Poland's ruling nationalist law and justice. Party says it has no plans of politics and unlike britain before his practice referendum in two thousand sixteen
Nigerian police fire tear gas at anniversary of protest
"To the news on africa business. Radio the lagos state police command. Says it's would only allow in the unfactual events. The state's commissioner of police hacking mushroom sas police will not allow any form of protests except fairclough procession the police commissioner cautioned resident. Especially you against him back in any form of protests but all the approval after police or do more so explain the such bravo will neighbor police deployment for adequate protection against hoodlums. Who could hijack the exercise. He explained that the need to reassure. This resident is taos. Attention has enveloped the state of recent.
Queen ‘Reluctantly’ Cancels Trip, Citing Medical Advice
"The queen Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II has reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for a few days and has canceled a trip to Northern Ireland The palace didn't offer specifics on the decision but says in 95 year old monarch is in good spirits and disappointed that she will no longer be able to visit Northern Ireland for engagements once they and Thursday the palace said the queen Santa warm is good wishes to the people of Northern Ireland It looks forward to visiting in the future She is resting at Windsor Castle where she has stayed since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year Syria London The remains of a U.S. Army private from Ohio killed in combat in Germany during World War II have been identified Emmet Schwartz was 24 years old It will be buried in new Philadelphia Ohio next month his remains had been buried in a U.S. Military cemetery in France until they were identified I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. willow springs and streaming worldwide at 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter
De Blasio Announces Vaccine Mandate for All City Workers
"New York City is now requiring police officers firefighters and other municipal workers to get a covert backseat or be placed on unpaid leave mayor de Blasio said Wednesday the mandate affecting the nation's largest police department and more than a hundred thousand other city workers carries a November first deadline for getting the first vaccine does guards at reikers island will be subject to the mandate December first of the workers affected seventy one percent have already received at least one dose according to the city mayor de Blasio says workers to get their first shot by October twenty ninth at a city run vaccine site will get five hundred dollars he'd been wearing the mandate after instituting one for public school teachers this also sets up a potential showdown with unions who said they'd oppose a vaccine mandate I'm
Governments set to increase fossil fuel production despite warnings
"Will need to cut by more than half its production of coal oil and gas in the coming decade to maintain a chance of keeping global warming from reaching dangerous levels the report published by the unified program found that one governments have made a vicious pledges to curb greenhouse gas emissions this still planning to extract double the amount of fossil fuels in two thousand and thirty than what would be consistent with the two thousand fifteen Paris climate accords the goal of keeping the global temperature rise below two point seven degrees Fahrenheit it
First bitcoin futures ETF rises more than 4% in trading debut on the NYSE
"Ready to young granita Karen right now Bitcoin is trading around 64,000 it's close to that all time high it hit in April Now this comes as the first Bitcoin link U.S. ETF debuted as the second most heavily traded fund on record It's viewed as a watershed moment for the crypto industry Now Bloomberg data shows more than 24 million shares of the pro shares Bitcoin strategy ETF changed hands yesterday and it was one of the most bought assets on fidelity's platform yesterday with nearly 9000 buy orders coming in by midday a
Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Trump ally Steve Bannon in contempt for ignoring subpoena
"You very much Nathan a House committee investigating the January 6th capitol insurrection has voted unanimously to hold former White House aide Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress The longtime ally of former president Donald Trump defied a subpoena for documents and testimony committee vice chair Liz Cheney Based on the committee's investigation it appears that mister Bannon had substantial advance knowledge of the plans for January 6th And likely had an important role in formulating those plans The house will vote tomorrow on a criminal contempt resolution against Bannon Trump is also suing the panel to try to prevent Congress from obtaining former White House documents It is debate night for the two men running to become New York City's next mayor Democrat Eric Adams the Brooklyn borough president is ahead in the polls against Republican courtesy Has been a long time media fixture in New York first from his days as the founder of guardian angels and later as a radio commenter Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas who is fully vaccinated tested positive for COVID-19 In a department statement may orchis is experiencing mild congestion A plane load of Houston Astros fans headed to Boston for last night's ALCS game never got more than a few feet off the ground Three crew members in 18 passengers were on board the private jet when it began its takeoff role at Houston executive airport yesterday
Deadliest attack in Syrian capital in years kills 14
"Than a dozen people were killed when two bombs attached to the vehicle exploded It's being called the deadliest attack in the country's capital in several years There has been no claim of responsibility Flooding and mudslides in northern India and Nepal have killed more than 80 people NPR's Lauren freyr says the region is being hit with heavy rains The latest deaths have been in Uttar Khan where bridges homes and livestock have washed away and roads are flooded Police managed to rescue 200 tourists by boat from a flooded mountain resort Some areas of the state have seen their highest daily rainfall since record keeping began in the 19th century Meanwhile authorities are opening more than 80 dams in the southern state of Kerala days after dozens of people died in flooding there and more rain is in the forecast This is unusual for October especially in northern India where the monsoon is over Scientists say India is one of the places already hardest hit by a radic weather from climate change Lauren freyr NPR news Mumbai I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news In Washington Support for NPR comes from NPR stations Other contributors include Carnegie corporation of New York supporting innovations in education democratic engagement and the advancement of international peace and security More information is available online at Carnegie dot
After Del Rio, Calls for Fairer Treatment of Black Migrants
"Week on a protest for protecting black migrants. I was here because this president did not take care of black people at the border that in fact what they did was they treated those black bodies like the cops street of black bodies right down. The street on black lives matter plaza. Last summer we came. Because we wanted to hold him accountable. We came because we wanted to make sure he knew that the people that voted for him will hold you accountable here. We are again today.
Afghanistan's economy could shrink by 30% following Taliban takeover, IMF says
"Counter when the taliban swept into power. They found afghanistan's economy fast approaching the brink and we're faced with heroin predictions of growing poverty and hunger so they ordered the financial managers of the collapsed former government back to work with an urgent directive. Do your jobs because we can't in the twenty years. Since taliban last ruled afghanistan evolved into an economy dealing mostly with illicit enterprise to its sophisticated multibillion dollar system fueled donor aid and international trade. The taliban movement born out of the rule clergy struggle to grasp the extent of the transformation executives have amazon including founder. Jeff bezos may have misled or lied to congress about the firm's business practices top us lawmakers of said the members of the house. Judiciary committee said they were considering referring the firm for criminal investigation. It follows an investigation by reuters. That claims amazon copied products and rigged at search results in india to boost sales of its own brands. Amazon strongly denies the allegations first lady. Jill biden hosted the council of chief state school officers twenty twenty and twenty twenty one teachers of the year and president. Joe biden made a surprise appearance in the ceremony at the white house on monday. The first lady speaking before a crowd of about one hundred educators praise the teachers for their efforts to continue to educate the nation's youth throughout the difficulties brought on by the cove in nineteen pandemic teachers. Like you across. This country have found the courage and strength
FBI Raids Homes Linked to Russian Oligarch Oleg Deripaska
"In today here in New York City added Washington D.C. the FBI rating two homes linked to a Russian oligarch Oleg deripaska an ally of Vladimir Putin and appearing in the Mueller report linked to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort Here's our chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas now The FBI raiding the Washington and New York homes associated with a Russian oligarch with ties to Vladimir Putin The U.S. government continued to intensify the pressure against Oleg deripaska who the Treasury Department has previously sanctioned stating Deripaska has been investigated for money laundering has been accused of threatening the lives of business rivals illegally wiretapping a government official and taking part in extortion and racketeering They're also allegations that deripaska had links to Russian organized crime Today the FBI carting our boxes from two properties valued in the millions of dollars While no charges have been filed Derek has faced FBI scrutiny before Former special counsel bob Mueller detailing his ties to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort Sources say the case has no time to former president Trump The Treasury Department has sanctioned senior Russian government officials in oligarchs like Derek paska who they claim benefit from the Putin regime and play a key role in advancing Russia's malign activities Derek paska has sued the U.S. government claiming that the sanctions against him are based on nothing but false rumor The spokesman told Russian state media today
US defense secretary underlines support for Ukraine
"To support Ukraine's military forces The U.S. has already shifted a lot of taxpayer money to Kyiv despite concerns over widespread corruption and high places there On a visit to Ukraine defense secretary Austin His 2014 the United States has committed more than two and a half $1 billion to support Ukraine's forces So that they can preserve their country's territory with integrity secure its borders The visits come after Ukraine's leader had been welcomed to Washington by President Biden in August Tom rivers ABC News at the foreign desk Everything seems either more expensive
Seville becomes the first major city in the world to categorize and name heat waves - NPR
"Main public radio and Kaiser health news. Can a name save lives, the city of Seville in Spain is betting it can. Yesterday, the mayor announced a new program, the world's first to give official names to severe heat waves. Just like tropical storms and hurricanes, impending heat waves will be named and classified by severity. The pilot project was developed in partnership with the Adrian arched Rockefeller foundation resilience center, the center's director, Kathy Bof, and MacLeod, says the goal is to help people understand the danger of extreme heat, which she calls a silent killer. It kills more people than hurricane fires and Bloods combined. And people are not aware of it. We need the recognition and the brand and the media attention person waves much like we have done for hurricanes. The naming program will be linked with public health measures like opening cooling centers or reaching out to older people living alone. Some
China's reported hypersonic missile test "an important surprise"
"Over time. This is from the financial times. Here's the headline from the financial times. China tests new space capability with hypersonic missile launching august of nuclear capable rocket that circled the globe to us intelligence. By surprise china tested a nuclear capable hypersonic missile in august that circled the globe before speeding towards its target. Demonstrating an advanced space capability that caught. Us intelligence by surprise five people familiar with the test said the chinese military launched a rocket that carried a hypersonic glide vehicle which flew through low orbit space before cruising down towards its target. The missile missed its target by about two dozen miles. According to people briefed on intelligence but to said the tests show that china had made a stun astounding progress on hypersonic weapons and was far more advanced than us. Officials realized. The test has raised new questions. About why the us often underestimated china's military modernization. We have no idea how they did this. Set a fourth person. Now what are hypersonic vehicles. Let-let's i put this on the table. They are essentially missiles that orbit the earth under there on all momentum about five times the speed of sound they're slower than ballistic missiles but a ballistic missile with it launches follows a parabola. It follows arch an arc. In the sky like a rainbow across the sky and based on how the missile takes off
Canada's Trudeau apologizes for skipping remembrance for Indigenous school victims - NPR
"This is national native news. I'm Antonia Gonzalez. Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau has again apologized for missing a ceremony to recognize the country's first ever national day for truth and reconciliation. The day commemorates the troubling legacy of the Indian residential school system. As Dan Carpenter reports, Trudeau traveled to British Columbia Monday to meet with native leaders. The chief of the tocome lipstick first nation Roseanne Casimir told Trudeau that his visit to her community was bittersweet after he missed an important ceremony on September 30th. Instead, he vacationed with his family and that caused anger and disbelief within the community. Casimir said this week was about correcting a mistake and have true no visit a sacred site. She was referring to the 200 unmarked graves found near the site of a former residential school. Trudeau said he deeply regrets his decision to go on vacation, adding that Casimir could have turned her back on him, but instead she invited him back. After September 30th, she
10,000 children killed or wounded in Yemen’s war: UNICEF - Al Jazeera English
"Reached in the conflict in Yemen, with 10,000 children killed or maimed since fighting started in March 2015, the United Nations Children's Fund sent on Tuesday. In an appeal to all parties to the conflict to stop the violence UNICEF maintained that Yemen is already the most dangerous place in the world to be a child, but now it's getting even worse. In addition to the protracted conflict spokesperson James elder has said that additional threats to people included economic devastation, social services on the brink of collapse at a critical lack of funding for emergency aid. Now, current funding levels and without an end to fighting UNICEF simply can not reach all these children. There's no way to say this simply without international support, more children, those who bear absolutely no responsibility for this conflict will die. According to UNICEF, more than 11 million children need humanitarian assistance in Yemen, and 1.7 million have been internally displaced 400,000 now suffer from severe acute malnutrition and more than 2 million out of school. To continue its lifesaving work until mid 2022, UNICEF urgently needs $235 million. This will help to support treatment of severe acute malnutrition in 4000 primary healthcare facilities, and 130 therapeutic feeding centers among other projects.
Shatner responds to Prince William space tourism remarks
"You spoiled already. William shatner captain kirk himself went to space the first space actual fictional space captain to go to space and the oldest man ever really to go to space at ninety years old. Okay i had this conversation with somebody. Their goal isn't real space though. This was fake space. No you're in orbit. No no orbit. There is no orbit on the blue ridge. And jeff bezos flight. Or the richard branson virgin galactic flint. But i thought that the basis one went way. Above where a richard branson not way.
Protest strike shuts down Haiti amid search for missionaries
"Are at risk of losing their jobs Seattle police killed union expects a mass exodus of officers now that the COVID vaccine mandate is in effect judges denied attempts to block the mandates in Washington and Oregon A second day of protesting in Haiti is expected after 17 missionaries were kidnapped 16 of them are American including 5 children They were taken Saturday and now local unions and other organizations are on strike until the government can guarantee people's safety I'm Michael kassner There are reporters
Colin Powell's legacy, defined by two very different wars in Iraq
"Powell has a figure given the demographics on the changes in the american military. Thanks one so part of the capital. That colin powell is precisely because he rises up to the top of an institution. What are the few that had not seemed to be tainted by political partisanship and he rises up and becomes the head because a joint chiefs of staff and paul's personality is not a belligerent. One on one that we have unfortunately come to see more and more in military figures and political figures and powell's activism relative to addressing issues of race so when we think of the conservative african americans who in and around the republican party. The clarence thomas's the canvas. Owns those types into come to mind. But there were african american conservatives who took positions that were supportive of issues related to the black community and we're active and supportive of civil rights. So powell fits into that and so that gave him some cachet. He spoke at my graduation at how university in one thousand nine hundred ninety four and talked about issues of racism issues of being socially engaged. You not defy that coming from any of the people we think of as black republicans these days. So that gave colin powell different kind of public facing image which was in conflict again with many of the policies in the party that he supported and in the administration in which he was involved.
EXPLAINER: Why some fear a 'Polexit' from European Union
"That scares Anna Maria vestan who is 17 and has only known a Hungary that has prospered as part of the EU I think that the relationship between a European Union and Hungary gets a verse and it's very bad because the European Union it's very good for our economy to be part of it Russia shouldn't travel to a city north of Budapest a few weeks ago to hear Fox News host Tucker Carlson Another American conservative who's come to Hungary But veteran says she once said debate liberals not insult them As a conservative I feel like that in the western culture is a lot of traditional values are disappearing today And it's really important to concentrate on little communities and families But I also think that we should have
Russia Breaks Diplomatic Ties With NATO
"You're listening to the news. Africa business radio. Russia was suspended activities. Those diplomatic mission to nato enclosed their lines officers in moscow and responsive expulsion of eight russians in a row of a spine russian foreign minister. Seiji love roxas the moon so sad to plunge relations between moscow and the transatlantic security body to knew that when it take effect on the start of next month now fossil announcer not as many. Try some information. Officers and moscow will be close saying accreditations recall the beginning of november. He signed the contract within a western alliance and moscow could be done through the russian embassy in belgium. That's wasn't news at this time on africa. Business radio if fountain you to listen live online at. Www dot africa business radio dot com of that. I'm about app. I'm on
U.S. envoy to Afghanistan Zalmay Khalilzad resigns
"Listening to the news. Africa business radio. The state department has announced a top united states envoy to gunnison sarma cullens stepping them less than two months of climatic. Us withdrawal from afghanistan an italian takeover of the country secretary of state and tony blinken. A statement says kelly oubre replaced by his deputy. Tom west knowlton there. West will walk. Close the the us embassy which is now based in doha on us interest in afghanistan. A person from neo d'amato told the reuters news agency a clinician of anonymity that khalilzad's of meters his resignation on friday. That's wasn't news. At this time on africa business radio. You've been