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"npr  brexit" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh it could take a week or two before all U. S. forces roughly a thousand troops are out of northern Syria a coalition spokesman says some have already left two cities under president trump's orders as a result Turkish backed militias have been able to launch an offensive against Kurdish fighters who for years had depended on the United States to remain an ally and fought with the Americans against ISIS The Washington Post reports present of Turkey is ordering Kurdish fighters to drop their weapons and leave the border areas for the fighting to stop a bipartisan backlash to president trump's decision now includes a U. S. house resolution in which both Democrats and Republicans oppose trumps shift in policy in the Middle East it is non binding but it underscores the sweeping anger over the decision even among some of trump's most ardent supporters such as senator Lindsey Graham who spoke to CNN he will have American blood on his hands if he abandons Kurds because ISIS will come back president trump remains defiant during a joint news conference at the White House today with Italy's visiting leader trump defended his decision to pull troops we have more from NPR's Windsor Johnston speaking at the White House trump said Turkey's decision to launch an offensive against the U. S. allied Kurdish forces did not surprise him they've been warring for many years it's a natural for us but it's sort of natural for them they fight and they fight long and they fight hard and they've been fighting Syria for a long time trump announced sanctions against Turkey earlier this week and is pushing for a ceasefire vice president Mike pence and his secretary of state Mike Pompeii are expected to meet with Turkish president Recep Tayyip erdo line on Thursday everyone has said a ceasefire is not on the table Windsor Johnston NPR news Washington a combat decorated Iraq war veteran is being deported to El Salvador NPR's quill Lawrence reports the former U. S. marine came to this country at the age of three say Segovia Benitez served in Iraq and returned with PTSD and a brain injury according to VA records his family says it changed his personality Segovia was honorably discharged but later convicted of assault and drug crimes after his last prison sentence ice officials put Segovia in detention his sister Gladys Garcia told NPR that Segovia deserves to live in the US this is his home this is his country he served this country he went to war lake why is that not taking into account military service has historically been a fast track to US citizenship but the trump administration has taken a hardline toward immigrants including war veterans and their families quill Lawrence NPR news U. S. stocks are moderately lower the Dow down the Dow was down a fraction this is NPR brexit negotiations are well past the European union's deadline to get a deal on paper in time for leaders to consider it at their summit in Brussels tomorrow but as Terry Schultz tells us the United Kingdom and the E. you are still trying to work out a way for Britain to leave the block in a little over two weeks from now without disastrous consequences for both sides it's been three years of negotiating terms under which Britain will quit the E. U. but negotiators still worked overnight trying to meet a midnight deadline to no avail the issue of regulating trade in traffic on the Irelands Northern Ireland border remains intractable at the moment British prime minister Boris Johnson has conceded he will comply with the British law requiring him to seek an extension if no deal is reached by Saturday but even if teams are able to get an agreement on paper it still has to pass the British parliament which rejected a previous deal three times nonetheless Britains brexit secretary Steve Barkley maintains it's doable we are confident we can deliver not by the thirty first of October the European Parliament has to pass it to friend here news I'm Terry Schultz in Brussels the Associated Press reports European regulators have order chip maker Broadcom to change the way it does business with key customers over competition concerns the E. U.'s antitrust cheapest cited saying her department had strong indications are Broadcom was engaging in anti competitive practices at last check on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average was down six points at twenty seven thousand eighteen nasdaq could fall in twenty five since the open it's at eighty one twenty.

"npr  brexit" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Dan o'brien his chief economist at the institute of international in european affairs a dublin thinktank he says only a small percentage of ireland's exports go to the uk but some of those exporters such as farms employ lotta people sophie lose those exports it has a bigger effect on the labour market and people's lives here is there an exchange rate in which the irish economy starts really feel pain wealth that they're generally is on its around the point we are now and there's a lot of fear that it could go to the point where the british pound is equal to one euro that would put businesses out of business exporters aren't the only businesses under pressure the uk is long denied largest market for terrorism katie done heads brexit research for the british irish chamber of commerce is spoken a dublin cafe a short walk from ireland's most popular tourist attraction the guinness storehouse if you're alone physicists from the indiacanada which in america context as a huntable harsh chasm year visit a big reason the fall in the pound is made visiting ireland a lot more expensive for british tourists not everything about brexit is bad for island simon cove knees ireland's foreign minister the overseas the country's policy towards brexit yes there are some upsides earned will become the only englishspeaking country in the european union which is one reason some financial firms plan to add employee's in dublin but ireland's economy is so closely linked to the uk company says the government is urging businesses to plan for the worst we have our agencies of the state working with companies now to help them be what's called brexit ready which is to look asked their reliance on the uk what's exposed in the context of briggs us and how can they try to protect against that.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for this npr podcast in the following message comes from chevron chevron celebrates innovators and entrepreneurs who create build do and chevron is finding better ways to do with they do to help keep doers doing one looming question in europe has been what's brexit gonna feel like well some irish businesses are finding out they've been clobbered by a fall in the pound the uk currency enters frankfort reports from county donegal ireland david coulter owns the in showing mushroom farm here today a conveyors loading compost in the giant trees were colder grosses mushrooms we grow in the plastic tunnels are insulated tunnels ring pohiva thirty four people holds if to grow mushrooms with filling today so it's two weeks in three days we will have mushrooms for him brexit still eighteen months away the cultures mushroom form is already paying a price soon after the brexit vote the value the british pound plunged we'll has been disastrous ninetyeight percent of our product goes into the uk market which means coulter earns around eighteen percent less for his mushrooms because he's paid in pounds the pound fell because investors think leaving the eu's massive market will damage the uk economy recently coulter who sixty seven has had to reduce cost he's laid off workers some russell is working up to eighteen hours a day and culture is also found a way to save money on compost that has given us some really if we weren't getting it you would not be talking to me today what would you be doing know what indigo would breed business mushroom farmers have narrow profit margins which make them especially vulnerable to exchange rate swings culture though feels relatively lucky at least six mushroom farms of closed since the drop in the pound.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

04:03 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"npr  brexit" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:03 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"npr  brexit" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"So as stefan pinto he's been fishing since 1987 and his vice president of the regional fishing committee dumbed equally was eighty percent of fish come from the british side so that makes up eighty percent of our revenue as well we'll take that away and the regional economy takes a big hit i meet pinto is he and his crew unload their latest catch most of its soul and reset a type of dogfish thanks sort the fish into containers packed with ice the catcher sold at dawn the next morning to customers like restaurant owner low romped walk home mark will feed eastern photos it seat and for me very impotent to buy two fish in boiling he only serves fish caught by boulogne fishermen at his high end restaurant flip large without this fish he says he'll go out of business in the uk buried dis from the national federation of fishermen's organisations says he understands but you fleets kirch about four times as much uk waters as uk vessels catch in eu waters i think it's right for the french to expect quite a lot of change but britain may not welcome all that change says french fishing company manager kristoff qalib wishing zipser europe european community we ducks quite to wrote english product english fish which will make it harder for the english to sell their fish to europe kalin is based in the port of leg given neck in the busy fishing region of brittany on the west coast he fears that after brexit french fishermen will battle each other crowded into a narrow band of seat.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"So as stefan pinto he's been fishing since 1987 and his vice president of the regional fishing committee dumbed equally was eighty percent of fish come from the british side so that makes up eighty percent of our revenue as well we'll take that away and the regional economy takes a big hit i meet pinto is he and his crew unload their latest catch most of its soul and reset a type of dogfish thanks sort the fish into containers packed with ice the catcher sold at dawn the next morning to customers like restaurant owner low romped walk home mark will feed eastern photos it seat and for me very impotent to buy two fish in boiling he only serves fish caught by boulogne fishermen at his high end restaurant flip large without this fish he says he'll go out of business in the uk buried dis from the national federation of fishermen's organisations says he understands but you fleets kirch about four times as much uk waters as uk vessels catch in eu waters i think it's right for the french to expect quite a lot of change but britain may not welcome all that change says french fishing company manager kristoff qalib wishing zipser europe european community we ducks quite to wrote english product english fish which will make it harder for the english to sell their fish to europe kalin is based in the port of leg given neck in the busy fishing region of brittany on the west coast he fears that after brexit french fishermen will battle each other crowded into a narrow band of seat.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message comes from comcast for today's students a home internet connection is more essential than ever internet essentials from comcast has connected over four million low income americans too low cost high speed internet at home giving every student the opportunity to succeed next the story about what that what brexit could mean for french fishermen when the uk leaves the european union the effect on businesses will go far beyond britain entrance joanna kiss as brings us a story from the french coast the city of bologna sarah mary just across the english channel from britain is france's number one fishing port the fishing boats he'll get most of their catch in british waters and they bring their haul back to a very busy seaside market one of the most popular fish at the cats is soul which is all over the fish market here today it's in practically every stalled and everybody's buying it mafi law fontane is supervising one of the twenty fishmonger stalls here she's almost out of seoul and claude kelley we stuck woke up with two a soul and code and terrvent tunnel we get his sole from british waters ends this is a worry a weary because britain has voted to leave the european union and when the divorce his final the uk goal also leave what's called the common fisheries policy that would make the uk an independent coastal state and restrict the catch a french fishermen like jeremy devil go who nets 70 percent that seven zero percent of his catch in english waters he frowns as he lowers metal trades for fish onto his new boat stooges of the local level of older age digital i fished for ten years and recently bow to bigger boats specifically to work in english woto's i mowed and three hundred thousand euros in debt and i am so stressed.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"Support for this mpr podcast and the following message comes from comcast for today's students a home internet connection is more essential than ever internet essentials from comcast has connected over four million low income americans too low cost high speed internet at home giving every student the opportunity to succeed next the story about what that what brexit could mean for french fishermen when the uk leaves the european union the effect on businesses will go far beyond britain entrance joanna kiss as brings us a story from the french coast the city of bologna sarah mary just across the english channel from britain is france's number one fishing port the fishing boats he'll get most of their catch in british waters and they bring their haul back to a very busy seaside market one of the most popular fish at the cats is soul which is all over the fish market here today it's in practically every stalled and everybody's buying it mafi law fontane is supervising one of the twenty fishmonger stalls here she's almost out of seoul and claude kelley we stuck woke up with two a soul and code and terrvent tunnel we get his sole from british waters ends this is a worry a weary because britain has voted to leave the european union and when the divorce his final the uk goal also leave what's called the common fisheries policy that would make the uk an independent coastal state and restrict the catch a french fishermen like jeremy devil go who nets 70 percent that seven zero percent of his catch in english waters he frowns as he lowers metal trades for fish onto his new boat stooges of the local level of older age digital i fished for ten years and recently bow to bigger boats specifically to work in english woto's i mowed and three hundred thousand euros in debt and i am so stressed.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A suspect this is npr brexit negotiators are preparing for a second round of talks monday in brussels the issue of how much britain we'll have to pay to leave the european union as part of its divorce is expected to be a major hurdle but as larry miller reports from london there are new signs that there could be room to maneuver for britain's rigs it's secretary david davis says the government will work with the eu to determine a fair settlement the uk's rights and obligations in accordance with the law and in the spirit of continuing partnership davis's parliamentary statement is in contrast to foreign secretary boris johnson's remark that the eu can go oh whistle for it but davis says britain and the eu have obligations to each other that will continue after brexit this won't please those who voted to leave the eu after being promised payments would end since last month's election in which the conservative government failed to give the mandated sore for a tough negotiating line there's been a softening of roach this has angered those seeking a hard break for npr news i'm larry miller in london spain's gharbia mugo russa has won the women's championship at wimbledon the 23yearold beat world champion venus williams in two sets today seven five six nothing after some type an early exchanges the thirty seven year old williams was going for her eighth grand slam singles title she was also hoping to become the oldest winner of the women's final at wimbledon i'm barbara klein npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include ally lilian company striving to unite carrying with discovery to make life better stories on what inspires lilley sciences and bear pursuit of life changing medicines to treat breast cancer is available at lilley for better dot com from npr news.

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"npr  brexit" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"npr brexit" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Un median syria hadden peace negotiations have failed to achieve a breakthrough to end the ongoing conflict still lisa shlein reports the un is hoping to reach a political settlement when the two sides meet again un mediator to miss story is a perennial optimist while acknowledging that no breakthrough has been made in the syrian talks he says this been no breakdown that noone walked out an incremental progress has been made so far the warring parties have refused to sit at the same table to negotiate peace to mr r says he hopes they finally will agree to meet face to face in september in the meantime the usrussia brokered ceasefire that took effect in southeast syria last weekend seems to be holding the german government confirms to female tourists who were killed in a knife attack at an egyptian resort hotel yesterday were german earlier reports said they were ukrainian egyptian officials say they're questioning a suspect this is npr brexit negotiators are preparing for a second round of talks monday in brussels the issue of how much britain we'll have to pay to leave the european union as part of its divorce is expected to be a major hurdle but as larry miller reports from london there are new signs that there could be room to maneuver britain's briggs secretary david davis says the government will work with the eu to determine a fair settlement of the uk's rights and obligations in accordance with the law and in the spirit of continuing partnership.

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