18 Burst results for "donetsk"

"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 6 months ago

"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Let's look now to story which has slipped from the world's attention in eastern Ukraine around two thousand people have been registered as missing since two thousand and fourteen when fighting began between Ukrainian government forces and Russian backed separatist nearly half of them still haven't been found according to the international committee of the red cross family members have suffered greatly through these years but many haven't given up hope to find their relatives the BBC's Abdul July with us all off reports from eastern Ukraine check with it's tea time in Maria's flat hi can you check on this she grabs comes from a cabinet issue Chaska had ten year old daughter dasha their conversation slowly flows from school great food that says that that's what I look more like my dad dasha tells her mom proudly Maria smiled but always give away her sadness her husband if Kenya Rive has been missing for six years the will of god not of a union the Christian students it happened on the nineteenth of June two thousand fourteen my husband left for work and never came back there has been no official information about him there was a man and now there is nobody well this was the time when the conflict in eastern Ukraine was just flaring up at that time they rise live near the city of Donetsk which had become the stronghold of separatist forces not that moment there's a the conclave had already started before he disappeared at the time many offices were still open there were no instructions from the authorities he continued to go to work as normal we all knew most local wasn't wasn't on I thought maybe he was detained while his papers were being checked nobody thought at the time that they split last six years since the start of the conflict the red cross has registered some two thousand cases of missing people both military and civilian in the comfort zone of eastern Ukraine nearly half of them have still not been found yeah all these calls would go within four months I searched everywhere for information I've been asking questions some people wanted to help but they were afraid of what they're afraid of the win that separatists will come after them the hardest thing is that they feel that they left behind no one hears them that no one understands them that no one wants to hear them and I will go is a field officer with the red cross she tells me about the struggles and disappointments the families of the missing people go through every piece stock meeting every prisoner exchange could be a step forward to find their family members but all to often they hope to quickly fade when they hear the news about the exchange of prisoners the again hope.

Ukraine BBC Maria Chaska Kenya Rive Donetsk officer red cross official
"donetsk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"donetsk" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The vacation it's a quarter past the hour time for a check of sports from around the world here's Dan Schwartz thanks Brian Olympiakos comes back maternal deaths at the plate Saddam to to all drawn a champions league group stage opened in Athens Greece has meant to evaluate a scores equalize on a penalty kick in the fifty fourth minute meanwhile PST dominates rabbits read three mil is unhealthy Maria scores a first half brace apart the plants elsewhere that address because back maternal deaths in the draw against Juventus at the one the metropolitan auto sector Herrera scores equalizer the ninety minute mark on Manchester city has its way with Shakhtar Donetsk free nail finally Lokomotiv Moscow gets passed by your liver to some two to one Bayern Munich shots are red Star Belgrade three nil the novels I've read dominates I thought the formula makes level or subtract Drake Muggle to sorry clubroom get played to a scoreless draw Manchester United is locked up one of its defenders is Victor Lindelof has agreed to a deal that will keep the Sweden international at old Trafford Phillies two thousand twenty four possibly beyond that option year the twenty five year old came to menu prevent peak in two thousand seventeen has made seven four Pearce is for the red devils the New York Jets signing quarterback David fails to be wooed falls back up the game Sunday against the New England Patriots at Gillette stadium fails last played in a regular season game in two thousand seventeen with the Miami Dolphins Washington wizards guard Isaiah Thomas to agree to a one year contract in July he is expected to miss sixty weeks of possibly the start of the regular season after undergoing some surgery on the enforcement natural regain the sea world sports update. market. twenty four hours a day. the Bloomberg business. on Twitter. Bloomberg business slash at seventeen past the hour stocks.

Bloomberg Isaiah Thomas Gillette stadium Miami Dolphins Washington wiza Lokomotiv Moscow Bayern Munich New England Patriots Manchester Shakhtar Donetsk New York Jets Dan Schwartz Phillies Brian Olympiakos Belgrade Manchester United Athens Saddam Victor Lindelof Juventus Pearce
Russia's disinformation war

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Russia's disinformation war

"Seventeen Five years walls ago first this and week foremost Malaysia an immense Airlines human Flight tragedy M._O._H.. Seventeen felt most a Boeing profoundly triple seven in the Netherlands on route one from hundred Amsterdam eighty to Kuala nine Lumpur of whose citizens was shot were down on the in flight. eastern Ukraine not far from Donetsk all two hundred ninety eight passengers changes and crew aboard were killed with a militias own negligent. It stands by any measure as one of the worst crimes of the twenty first century. A series of Dutch Lid investigations have confirmed that m h seventeen walls struck doc by a russian-made surface to missile launched from Ukrainian territory controlled by Russia backed separatists last month the Dutch investigators charged four men over alleged roles in the M H seventeen massacre Sokaia three Russian nationals or current or former officers of Russia's intelligence services and one Ukrainian separatist commander Russia as traditional denies everything and Russia as traditional denies everything with a furious and imaginative determination on a number of fronts and made seventeen was not the first deployment of Russia's modern propaganda apparatus. It certainly wasn't the lost but it remains arguably the most first usefully illustrative five years old what have we learned about. 'em Age seventeen and how has Russian disinformation evolved since in content and delivery. This is the foreign desk. This is the one single incident which really does show the Russia not only doesn't want to be a powerful when I say Russia I mean the Kremlin Putin's regime. They don't want to be a part of the world system and they want to do everything they can to disrupt the possible. Destroy destroy the world system who was organizing this. Why is a piece of content being directed me as it used my date dude? I think I'm certain type of pus in order to direct this. I'm you all the stuff so we have to kind of always like strip the Internet down we can see the whole machinery of it how the means of production and that really has to change that really really has to change and the site positive effects of the Russians doing so much nasty stuff is that it's stimulates discussion about argument is that there is no truth that the West has been lying about many things and the truth about M._S.. Seventy can that be Ping thome once you dissolve this truce aside once you save there is no truce in the world and the world then you can make any conclusion you're listening to the foreign desk with me and Ramallah and first of all this week we'll hear from an Sova in Moscow based correspondent for Newsweek and the daily beast and it was at the M._O._H.. Seventeen crush site in eastern Ukraine shortly after the aircraft was shot down a Malaysia Airlines played with nearly three hundred people on board has crashed in Ukraine either Russian flames in the distance mark the spot where Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen crash landed in eastern Ukraine Malaysian Airlines flight with about two hundred ninety five people on board has crashed. We are told obviously obviously the world is watching reports of down passenger jet near the Russia Ukraine border and it looks looks like like maybe maybe a a terrible terrible tragedy tragedy covering covering the the conflicts conflicts between between pro pro Russian Russian Shen Shen rebel rebel forces forces and and Ukrainian Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine. They arrived one day later. Ultimate catastrophic I came to the Knicks confirmed onions. We drove to the field in the morning and it was still steel smoking a little bit that fills and they were debris and remains all over the hills. It was a very very quiet silence. We saw scary tragic sad things on. I bet filled article that nobody's stoked us. There were a few rabble sweet. We saw men in uniforms with weapons but they did not stop us from walking around that filled although were quite a few people walking around including international observers one of the versions was discussed discussed among among local local people people was was that that the the plane plane was was shut shut down down by by one one Komo Komo plane. plane. Somebody Somebody sold sold they they saw saw another another plane plane in the sky. Roseanne <unk> discussed an explosion. They discussed an explosion and somebody said it was a rocket and depending on whether people were pro-russian Oprah Ukrainian they had their versions accordingly some said it must have been a Russian rocket are the sad must have been Ukrainian rockets. The will also sort of missed growing around the catastrophic and one of them was Miss About Messengers being naked 'cause they were lighting <unk> speed you know but local people sold and created the Smith about make passengers being loaded on that plane before before the plane took Colt so that was one of conspiracy

Russia Ukraine Russia Ukraine Knicks Malaysia Airlines Putin Donetsk Malaysian Airlines Boeing Shen Shen Dutch Lid Lumpur Amsterdam Newsweek Roseanne Ping Thome Ramallah Commander Moscow
"donetsk" Discussed on FT Politics

FT Politics

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"donetsk" Discussed on FT Politics

"The see there's a great injustice to take your y two point about whether they getting more radical since twenty seventeen I think, yeah, they do want to show that they haven't stopped thinking and experimenting since then it's just a lot of the ideas. They floated light universal basic income food a week and even the ten percent share scheme. None of that is quite sentence. Donetsk sons of written. In down agreed policy. I would say labor still where they were at seventeen lection and the ten percent. Let's go by Cher Posey. I think it's the most radical I did anyone's come up with decades fund staunching, the people talking about it much move up. But maybe that's Brexit here. One thing is really interesting here. Jim just put his finger on it is that actually the hasn't been the big serious analysis of Labour's plans, partly because they haven't quite said, they're going to do things I just floating ideas at the moment, and in the seventeen election that just wasn't the same sort of really rigorous looking at Labour's economic plans that often has been in previous elections. I think mostly because people didn't really Labor's going to do that well on. So there wasn't a little point. And so they in some sense got away with it make different case, which is that the conservatives didn't really attack with firepower. These economic is is because the Tories didn't seem to have dumb stuff confidence that they're free market idea. Has all the right solutions for the where we find ourselves in. And so things like Joe McDonnell suggesting that works cease five hundred billion pounds worth of shares more or less. It was met with virtual silence from C C H Q. And I remember question talking to Hammond about this. And he was saying these you as these guys want such different planet in terms of economic policy that when at balls was the shadow chancellor, they were still within the kind of same boundaries of trying to balance the deficit and trying not increased taxation too much, but a little bit. Whereas the sort of stuff we talk about now is so far away. If you'll the conservatives, how'd you even create a case against when it just sort of going tally past each other is entirely the opposite of new labour in the ninety s where new labor Bassi said, they would do nothing and then in government were actually quite radical over time. Whereas now, we get out of government the labor party saying it's going to be incredibly radical. We still we'd know what it would do in government. Although the tax changes they set out. Let's not forget tax changes. Very large order of magnitude from businesses on the well off in seventeen to fund the very large splurge in public spending. They work quite honest about roughly what they were doing did break the consensus that we've had for a long time. And that's it for this episode. Thank you to Robert Miranda, Jim and Chris joining us in the meantime, if you've enjoyed what you've heard, and you can check out some more anti journalism by signing up to our latest subscription office, which you can find FT dot com slash offer. FT politics was presented by me. Sebastian pain by an data until next time. Thanks for listening..

Labor Hammond Jim Donetsk Chris Cher Posey Joe McDonnell Brexit Bassi Sebastian Robert Miranda chancellor ten percent five hundred billion pounds
"donetsk" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Votes at present. Mariupol is Ukraine. Rita giant ripped banner defiantly covering the burnt-out remains what was once city hall to bring the message home. It's even repeated in English the building was gutted by fire in may twenty fourteen at a time when pro Russian separatists controlled the city for two months. Even after Ukrainian government forces returned people continue to lose their lives. Late January twenty fifteen thirty civilians died as a result of missile attacks in the cost of just one day. Analysts have long speculated that if pro Russian separatists were to launch a new offensive Mariposa strategic location would make it one of the top targets in the years that followed multiple has lost many of its youngest and brightest. As those yet to put down roots tried to put distance between themselves and the front line. Among those left in the city, most seem to weary to be especially worried. It's a world away from the Phibro brought atmosphere of Kiev's government district. I just don't care about anything anymore. It's awful. This is my fifth year as a refugee, I left everything in Donetsk and came here the younger generation in Mariupol. It seems like little can impress them growing up as they have with checkpoints and the sound of shelling. Everything's alright. People have got used to this kind of thing. Already for us. The situation doesn't seem at all unusual. It may all seem normal to people here in Mary poll, but the rest of the world certainly doesn't think so a week ago few outside the region had ever heard of the sea of Azov the standoff with Russia has catapulted the city and these contested waters to the top of the international agenda somewhere. They look set to stay for some time to come. Nick Connolly reporting for d w this is inside Europe the collapse in Turkey's currency, forcing a surge in interest rates has plunged the country is construction industry and to recession construction once the driving force of Turkey's booming economy is in trouble, and that could pose problems for president Richard type elan who's more than fifteen years of electoral success is built on rising. Economic prosperity Dorian Jones reports from Istanbul. In his tumbles Fakih.

Mariupol Ukraine Turkey Rita giant Donetsk Dorian Jones Fakih Nick Connolly Richard type elan Phibro Istanbul Azov Europe Kiev president Mary fifteen years two months one day
"donetsk" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"So who chapter nineteen arrangements the Canadians have used those pretty effectively at times to try and curb American businesses and American government activity an very much want to see those go. So those are really the the sticking points between America and Canada. Now, we had positive noises from the Canadian foreign minister less. You did say, Canada will only sign a deal. That's good for Canada, but bit of a contrast with Donald Trump's initially off the record comments basically playing tough. Yes. I mean, the president does this. We know he does this and the effectively said, the do will be totally good for America. And and then he said, well, yes, I definitely did say it's and I guess they know where I stand now. It's very important for the president now and in the coming months running up to the midterm elections that he can go to the American leg traditions and his party. Here's the American election, say, look, we, we've improved the deal. We've got a much better. Arrangement here protects American car workers and other workers. Indeed, it cuts back on on some of the practices that have been unfair to the US in the pas. That's a crucial part of this whole NAFTA renegotiation. It will allow the prison say, look, I kept a promise if he does press ahead with a bilateral deal with Mexico, that will be a much, much difficult thing more difficult thing for for them to sell in the elections because lots of those states places like Michigan and Ohio that have big manufacturing bases have have trade relationships with Canada in the tens of billions of dollars. And if all of a sudden there's sort of tariffs on both sides between those states and Canada, and it's going to be a real problem politically. There would also be a much harder process getting a bilateral deal through congress, getting that approval through congress than if they can bring the Canadians into the ten. But at the moment, daily involving all three nations very much still on the table. You know, I mean, I have. No crystal ball, but you've got to realize that it's a trillion dollars worth of trade and nearly which walking about seventy five percent of Canadian exports come to the US. They have to work this out. Gurriel Donahue in Washington, speaking there to my colleague, Oliver Conway. One of the main separatist leaders in the Russian controlled part of eastern Ukraine has been killed in an explosion in the city of Donetsk Alexandre Sahar Ching-Kuo had been involved in the insurgency since the early days of the uprising in twenty fourteen the authorities in Kiev said the murder was almost certainly the result of a dispute between what they described as terrorist groups. In the end Clave Moscow, however, laid the blame on the Ukrainian government. Our correspondent in Kiev Jonah Fisher has more on the separatist leader. I was the need of this self-declared Republic in the far east of Ukraine, there are two of these republics hands is the other one. Are not internationally recognised. They do have effective control over their territories, and they are heavily dependent on support both financial and military from the neighbor to the east Russia. So what we know about this killing it appears to have been at this early point. An assassination Mr. Zeca Ching-Kuo was in a cafe in the central part of the nets. That was a very loud explosion. The entire central part of the nets was called, and author is still very heavy military presence. And it was confirmed by the dinette or therapies shortly afterwards that he had been killed. And as you mentioned, they are pointing the finger of blame towards Ukraine, saying that they believe they've arrested Ukrainian seventies. I think many people would look rather closer to dinette itself politics. There's particularly murky, and they look further east to Russia. There's very little happen. In those two self-declared republics without Russian approval, both in terms of policy and personnel. So I think many people will be looking towards Russia and wondering whether there was perhaps a Russian role in this assassination during the Fisher. So interests have unraveled genetic code of the golden eagle. The information will help conservationists understand the diversity in viability of the species worldwide was not an immediate danger. The animals numbers have come under heavy pressure across its northern hemisphere range. Victoria Gill, our health and science correspondent breaks down how genetic coding can help protect golden eagles..

Canada east Russia Donald Trump Jonah Fisher president US America Kiev American government congress golden eagles Donetsk Alexandre Sahar Clave Moscow Gurriel Donahue Victoria Gill Mexico Mr. Zeca Oliver Conway
"donetsk" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"We can hype up the pressure have a minor conflict and then have a basis for annexation the flip side of that is and this is probably the one that i subscribe to personally is is the frozen conflict approach if your goal is to keep nato out of ukraine forever you can achieve that goal without annexing donetsk in luhansk you maintain a permanent territorial problem which by definition keeps them from even consideration in nato membership and you've neutra essentially you've kind of neutralized ukraine on the other hand if you get into a crisis mode and you were actually detach parts of east ukraine the likely the rest of ukraine will join nato they'll be strong desire to do that so i suspect finding that right balance there is pretty important i suspect putin is shrewd enough to figure that out we'll see it gets to my legacy issue what does he want legacy to be the great gather of the russian land that social needs and talks about to include all of ukraine and belarus and in kazakhstan or a little more realistic my personal view probably more the latter but i'm never ruling anything out anymore george or milk anything there's been a longstanding debate about russia and the soviet union over offense versus defense george beeby john near shaima had a foreign affairs article a couple of years ago after the crane annexation saying ukraine is the west fault that this is the result of russia's defensive reaction to the possibility of nato moving into ukraine over time any great power would have reacted this way and.

ukraine donetsk luhansk putin belarus kazakhstan russia soviet union shaima nato george beeby milk
"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Donetsk and hans researchers in glasgow say dist this disruption to the body's internal clock may put people at increased risk of mood disorders the study found disrupted body clock was linked with depression bipolar disorder and other problems those who were highly active at night or inactive during the day or classes being disrupted researchers have suggested that the beds of chimpanzees are cleaner than those of humans even though the chimps spend more than half the day in bed designed is found that chimpanzees nests in tanzania contained few about cheerier than mattresses in most people's homes partly because the apes moved to a new nest every night meghan thomas of north carolina state university says the difference is also explained by humans evolving to live in indoors as we've sealed off these environments where selecting for species that live on our bodies pathogenic species rather than the diverse environmental species that could be good for the development of our hells we definitely need to rethink the way that we design our homes and think about air movement that's the latest bbc news i'm norfolk came and this is my mixed up world on bbc world service hogan why did you see me more correct there for some of the jiffy mulligan i think it's really beautiful and more exciting to be from different different cultures cultures different countries so much goes into shaping who we are and who would become my parents are from very different worlds my mom is from morocco and my dad was from marissa's of indian descent they met in london and married in the early eighties and i grew up in a part of kent only outskirts of london beckenham even friends and relatives who know me well can't agree on whether i can move a russian more british or a bear asian or some unique combination of all of these features this martian more open to describe it is spontaneous i guess probably morocco do you agree housing why team physical smack i'd say the way i is it the way is it my sense of humor more salt basically saying i move moroccan because bit nosey it's my notes in stocks led me into journalism i work here at the world service and started lobbying to make this documentary as soon as i heard that prince harry was to marry a woman of.

Donetsk glasgow tanzania meghan thomas north carolina state universit hogan morocco prince harry bbc london
"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The visionary physicist stephen hawking renowned for his groundbreaking work on black holes has died age seventy six in the philippine president has pulled his country out of the international criminal court after it began investigating thousands of extra judicial killings let's get sports headlines now with matthew kenyon shows marina manchester united manager said basically they were unlucky against survey last night because severe bringing on wish i'm ben with any twenty minutes ago changed the game when he scored twice to put the spanish side through to the quarterfinals with a two one victory on the night and on aggregate the other roma going through against schachter donetsk on away goals later on today by munich five nothing lead over tasks going into the second leg of their tie in turkey and barcelona owner against chelsea is very finely poised indeed one one it is going into tonight's game we'll talk about that on tomorrow morning's program you've been talking about stephen hawking this morning about all the aspects of his life not just about the science not just about what he thought and how he spoke to people but obviously he was very public figure as well and also in the world of sport a bit famously he appeared at the opening ceremony of the paralympics in london back in two thousand twelve and or rather his voice was was there and the paralympic movement has issued a statement this morning the paralympic games going on at the moment in pyeongchang and they say that professor hawking was an extraordinary man a pioneer for all people with an impairment around the world lets you thank you one of our favorite little things is a guy called mitchell toy we didn't know before he tweeted this and shaima you've tweeted it it's an image conradi describe it but it's very very touching on trump's twitter and you'll see at mitchell toys little tribute in stephen hawking's a lovely lovely thing at twenty minutes past at now we're gonna talk business and businesses going back to that story we were talking about the russian story that ultimatum ultimatums that you shouldn't give to russia say the russians the automated midnight in london came and went it was the deadline that theresa may the uk prime minister had given to russia to provide an explanation for the nerve agent attack on british soil for the russian defectors say scruple and his daughter now there's a lot of talk about the.

russia nerve agent uk theresa mitchell professor munich manchester physicist prime minister london twitter trump pyeongchang stephen hawking chelsea barcelona schachter donetsk matthew kenyon
"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To the quarterfinals and they're joined by romo who's away goal in ukraine against shakhtar donetsk show and through after they won at home last night to make it to all on aggregate roma coach you say we are different ceska called it an extraordinary celt still more european champions league to come this week tonight by munich defending amir five nil lead in turkey against us and much tighter chelsea away to barcelona after a one all draw in the first leg in london chelsea boss antonio context says his side are there to win it playing against lana in consider barcelona one of the best team in the of the characteristic as you know very well footballer footballer he's you're never sure never show with telling you how it pans out tomorrow morning on newsday unusually tonight we've also got a significant european league match taking place that doesn't usually happen on champions league nights you ventures play their game in hand in syria against atalanta this evening if you win they will go four points clear of napoli at the top and news away from the full of american football the nfl kirk cousins expected to become the highest earning quarterback in the league in the next twenty four hours the minnesota vikings thought to have offered a twenty eight million dollar a year three year contract it is the startled the nfl that means several free agents and deals expected to be confirmed shortly thanks matthew this is newsday it's tend to the hour now date zero has been slightly too late as era was the day that capetown was due to run out of water poly to help this the authorities in south africa at national level of declared a national state of disaster in a move to deal with the country's general drought and water crisis but the worst hit area is of course capetown let's speak now to olbermann jeanpierre smith who is a merrill committee member for safety security and for the city of cape town he's a member of the democratic alliance which runs capetown welcome to the program first off what is the.

cape town olbermann africa matthew atalanta london munich shakhtar donetsk ukraine romo capetown nfl minnesota vikings napoli syria lana antonio context barcelona twenty eight million dollar twenty four hours
"donetsk" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"What's happening now though in hollywood is lin manuel meat on that has become the token latino for everything and that's something you cannot the night and that's something you can't deny so like mohana came out and they're like oh shit we need a brown person to do the music laid me then that right whitson thinking back it's like elton john did the soundtrack for the lion king sting did the sunshine for the emperor's new groove so at least maulana is about brown people in like a kind of brown person as i mean it's still not it ended up no not even because it's just like you we you can then put everybody in the same care what however there's polynesian musicians there's you know what i mean or or whoever is represented in that movie i haven't i fall asleep watching it i got a retried arua i was really at such a good i know it's good i just him so dopey ah a sign i tried what him routes hope beyond the plane but it was when i get it that i watched the donetsk two it was i don't know oh okay but i'm gonna ask this question so i agree with everything that our friend are there are though many gonna r our era what you say are devoted the mini cutler said i'm still going to watch it very precariously because when i heard something wanted to become the cannon that's my first flag and second flag it's like when so many why people are loving it so much and making it so problematic what is it about you remember when hamilton came out the soundtrack came out on spotify and i was freaking out of like this is fucking cool yeah i remember i was really excited and then all of my white mormon friends were like wow this is the best thing ever and saying that and i'm like oh i'm not saying that we should in all engage with ya with peel produce content of course we all do shoot and we should support no matter what background you half but as you said like when they when they are the ones they are making it the.

hollywood whitson elton john maulana donetsk cutler hamilton spotify
"donetsk" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And we could see some sunshine is well four tonight clear skies and overnight low of twenty nine four tomorrow temperatures going to warm up even more it's going to be very mild by the afternoon tomorrow with a high near 60 under sunny skies for friday clouds and sun breezy and still very mild with a high near 60 and then for the weekend cloudy damp and mild with occasional rain and drizzle on saturday a high of fifty five we have cloudy skies thirty one degrees in downtown st louis 29 in st charles at 531 cbs news update now that attorney general jeff sessions has taken a turn before the special counsel's team looking into russian collusion the focus is on president trump reporter franco or donetsk investigation has been rising higher and higher to the top this is the highest ranking member of the administration to be investigated they are now talking about bringing in trump trump's lawyers are expecting that he is going to be interviewed a new report says the president asked his acting fbi director a very personal question cbs's annemarie green it's reported that shortly after mr trump fired fbi director james comey he asked me acting director andrew mccabe whom he voted for in the 2016 election according to the washington post mccabe said he didn't vote the post says the president also vented his anger over at all almost five hundred thousand dollar donation behaves wife received from a political action committee with ties to hillary clinton cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez career marks news time five thirty two classes were cancelled with marshall county high school today this as the tightknit rural community of benton kentucky reels from.

attorney tightknit deborah rodriguez hillary clinton washington james comey director green it fbi donetsk reporter st charles marshall county high school andrew mccabe acting director mr trump cbs president franco special counsel jeff sessions five hundred thousand dollar thirty one degrees
"donetsk" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To be finally free i'm very happy that down going back to ukraine and i thank everyone for the world that has been done to be able to see my loved ones 's again will i want to believe that people are tired of all of this i must find the strength to engage in a dialogue because without dialogue we will be in a deadlock with no way out the victim the prisoner transpose arrived in the early hours in the donetsk region in eastern ukraine at the males checkpoint near the city of holy fca it happened watched by tight security ukrainian armed forces on one side and on the other the russianbacked eastern militia thieves the new president petrie porsche k singing 'have with the released prisoners has been heavily involved indications along with russian president vladimir putin the exchanges were agreed during peace talks in 2015 that had stalled several times the conflict began moving three years ago soon after russia annexed ukraine's crimea peninsula in march 2014 the un estimates more than ten thousand have since died the latest on wednesday a soldier the first death since a christmas ceasefire started last saturday the prisoners released on wednesday then late president for families and loved ones who spent many months campaigning to have them set free but this exchange has been far smaller than many had hoped for an hundreds more prisoners are still being held by both sides andrew plant reporting this is the newsroom from the bbc world service debbie has more from unused ask guatemala's foreign minister has defended the decision to me the country's embassy in israel from tel aviv to jerusalem santa gel said the change was a sovereign foreign policy decision guatemala is the first country to follow the controversial change of policy by the trump administration and emergency medical team is being sent to bangladesh to save thousands of for hinge of refugees at risk from a deadly outbreak of diptheria the british doctors and nurses have been deployed by the world health organization diptheria has killed twenty refugees dozens of new cases of being reported daily in the city of cox's bazar near the end of buddha and anglican bishop has strongly criticised evangelical religious leaders in the united states eight who support president trump the bishop of liverpool pool bays told the guardian newspaper the backing mr trump amounts to colluding with the marginalisation of the.

united states bangladesh foreign policy bbc christmas un crimea donetsk mr trump liverpool pool ukraine cox israel foreign minister guatemala debbie president russia vladimir putin three years
"donetsk" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Acquire from mall this street hey man under sane of new gospels song these and i heard him almost sanger there's a song my mom who's say buddha iberia wants beat move along all june saying the are listening to back to the countries on wor direct radiobroadcasting in man am ruinous bomo la bbc news i'm john shea ukraine and separatist rebels in the east of the country have carried out while the international red cross says is the biggest prisoner exchange since the conflict began in 2014 involving more than three hundred detainees two hundred thirty three people crossed a checkpoint back to rebelheld territory fewer than on the original list as some decided not to return more than seventy people who were detained by rebels in the donetsk and doohan's regions were also freed that abc's anastasia grebein over says that despite the disparity in numbers the swap will be seen as a successful the ukrainian government it seems that a fair trade by as the ukrainian and poets it needs all they could get for the moment the key thing wants to get things going because it's been nearly a year and the hov seen the lost exchange of prisoners seat was very very important for both sides to get the ball volleying and basically accept the conditions so which have been offered also the party's couldn't agree on the release of prisoners so many view that or ukraine it's still a big achievement to have its people back home the russian opposition leader alexina valley has called for nationwide protests in january or to the election authorities refused to allow him to allow him to stand against vladimir putin in next year's presidential election speaking on his website mr novelli called on his supporters to join rallies in more than eighty towns and cities though eizer the severe let's come out to the street for your cells for your rights for your future for the fact that we do not want to lose another six years the action needs to be care fully planned and we will hold it across the entire country on sunday january the 28th the russian authorities have warned him that calling for a boycott could amounts to a breach of the law a number of people have been injured in an explosion at a supermarket in the russian city of saint petersburg the.

sanger buddha iberia john shea ukraine donetsk doohan abc anastasia grebein alexina valley vladimir putin presidential election mr novelli saint petersburg ukraine six years
"donetsk" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"All of us in leadership have to find ways in which we can recreate a common space on the internet to one of the the dangerous the internet as is that people can have entirely different rallies they can be just kundun information the real reinforces their current bias he's a good way of fighting against that is making sure that online communities don't just stay online but they move off line and what i mean by that is meet meet in a pub in the mid needed at a at a place of worship need in a neighborhood and get to know each other because the truth is is that on the internet everything is simplified and when you meet people face to face it turns out there complicated it's also by the way harder to be as obnoxious and cruel and person as people can be anonymously on the internet 2017 hasn't exactly been easy for the world uh many people are worried about the direction that the waters orders headed can you give people a reason to feel optimistic about the year ahead wealth his you don't want her i don't think in terms of a one year but i i can tell people what i genuinely believe which is uh that if we participate if we engage if we speak out if we work in our communities if we volunteer if we see the joy that comes from service to service to others then all the problems that we face are solvable despite all the terrible news that you see despite all the genuine cruelty and pain uh hardship that people are experiencing round the world at any given moment of any given day if you had to choose a moment in human history in which you would want to be born in you didn't know at a time whether you were going to be prince harrier barack obama or a small child in rural africa or india you choose today because the fact is is that the world is healthier wealthier bettereducated more tolerant more sophisticated and less violent than just about any time in human history barack obama speaking to our temporary corresponded prince harry and you can hear the full interview on bbc online it's believed to be the biggest exchange of prisoners to have taken place since two regions of ukraine donetsk and.

barack obama harry bbc ukraine donetsk africa india one year
"donetsk" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"All of us in leadership have to find ways in which we can recreate a common space on the internet to one of the the dangerous the internet as is that people can have entirely different rallies they can be just kundun information the real reinforces their current bias he's a good way of fighting against that is making sure that online communities don't just stay online but they move off line and what i mean by that is meet meet in a pub in the mid needed at a at a place of worship need in a neighborhood and get to know each other because the truth is is that on the internet everything is simplified and when you meet people face to face it turns out there complicated it's also by the way harder to be as obnoxious and cruel and person as people can be anonymously on the internet 2017 hasn't exactly been easy for the world uh many people are worried about the direction that the waters orders headed can you give people a reason to feel optimistic about the year ahead wealth his you don't want her i don't think in terms of a one year but i i can tell people what i genuinely believe which is uh that if we participate if we engage if we speak out if we work in our communities if we volunteer if we see the joy that comes from service to service to others then all the problems that we face are solvable despite all the terrible news that you see despite all the genuine cruelty and pain uh hardship that people are experiencing round the world at any given moment of any given day if you had to choose a moment in human history in which you would want to be born in you didn't know at a time whether you were going to be prince harrier barack obama or a small child in rural africa or india you choose today because the fact is is that the world is healthier wealthier bettereducated more tolerant more sophisticated and less violent than just about any time in human history barack obama speaking to our temporary corresponded prince harry and you can hear the full interview on bbc online it's believed to be the biggest exchange of prisoners to have taken place since two regions of ukraine donetsk and.

barack obama harry bbc ukraine donetsk africa india one year
"donetsk" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tens of thousands of zimbabweans many singing and dancing a gathering at the national sports stadium in harari to witness emmerson mnangagwa being sworn in as the new president andrew harding reports from the capital there will be marching bands foreign dignitries and an atmosphere of genuine celebration at the national sports stadium here in harari but there will it seems certain be no robert mugabe the official explanation is that the ninety rolled needs to rest but his absence is a stark reminder that this is no ordinary transition the new president thomas in managua a school for reconciliation and is seen by many zimbabweans as a tough pragmatists too should be given a chance to pull the country out of its current economic crisis the supreme court of appeal in south africa has more than doubled the jail sentence handed out to powell in pick athletes all skip his stories for murdering his girlfriend the state had appealed that the original sentence of six years was unduly lenient this story is has now been given the minimum fifteen years prescribed for murder in south africa his matthew canyon fish has pain a very very long legal procession i have to say i'm not 100 percent sure if dishes at the end of it yet but remember originally he was convicted of murder put of manslaughter and then the state appealed that conviction and that decision by the judge and he was convicted of murder but given what many people felt that wasn't unduly lenient sentence and that was as once again at being appealed the ukrainian army has reported a molten esscalation and fighting in the east of the country in the past twenty four hours a made an apparent power struggle in the rebels selfdeclared luhansk republic join official reports in the last two years the front line in eastern ukraine has hardly moved but the war is not over according to the cranium militry five of its soldiers have died in the last twenty four hours all but one of them in an eighthour confrontation with rebels that involved both heavy weapons and machine gun fire it's not clear if there's any link between the increase in fighting and political developments in territory held by russianbacked rebels in the last few days the leader of the selfdeclared republic of luhansk appears to have been ousted with the help of troops from the neighboring rebel republic of donetsk journey fisher chinese police are investigating possible abuse at.

ukraine donetsk matthew canyon africa powell south africa official robert mugabe andrew harding luhansk sports stadium ukrainian army murder economic crisis managua thomas president emmerson mnangagwa harari twenty four hours fifteen years 100 percent eighthour six years two years
"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"donetsk" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"News tens of thousands of zimbabweans many singing and dancing a gathering at the national sports stadium in harari to witness emmerson mnangagwa being sworn in as the new president andrew harding reports from the capital there will be marching bands foreign dignitries and an atmosphere of genuine celebration at the national sports stadium here in harari but there will it seems certain be no robert mugabe the official explanation is that the year rolled needs to rest but his absence is a stark reminder that this is no ordinary transition the new president thomas in managua as called for reconciliation and is seen by many zimbabweans as a tough pragmatists too should be given a chance to pull the country out of its current economic crisis the supreme court of appeal in south africa has more than doubled the jail sentence handed out to powell pick athlete all skip his story is for murdering his girlfriend the state had appealed that the original sentence of six years was unduly lenient this story is has now been given the minimum fifteen years prescribed for murder in south africa his matthew canyon fish has pain a very very long legal procession i have to say i'm not 100 percent sure if this is at the end of it yet but remember originally he was convicted of murder but of manslaughter and then the state appealed that conviction and that decision by the judge and he was convicted of murder but given what many people felt wasn't unduly lenient sentence and that was as once again at been appealed the ukrainian army has reported a mountain esscalation and fighting in the east of the country in the past 20 rows a made an apparent power struggle in the rebels selfdeclared luhansk republic joan official reports in the last two years the frontline in eastern ukraine has hardly moved but the war is not over according to the ukrainian militry five of its soldiers have died in the last twenty four hours all but one of them in an eighthour confrontation with rebels that involved both heavy weapons and machine gun fire it's not clear if there's any link between the increase in fighting and political developments in territory held by russianbacked rebels in the last few days the leader of the selfdeclared republic of luhansk appears to have been ousted with the help of troops from the neighboring rebel republic of donetsk journal fischer chinese police are investigating possible abuse at.

luhansk donetsk matthew canyon africa powell south africa official robert mugabe andrew harding chinese police sports stadium ukraine ukrainian army murder economic crisis managua thomas president emmerson mnangagwa harari twenty four hours fifteen years 100 percent eighthour six years two years