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Fresh update on "uae" discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

Your Online Coffee Break

01:26 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "uae" discussed on Your Online Coffee Break

"I also WanNa talk about just the great partnerships that you have you have You've worked with the University of Colorado where I believe most of the you actually earned your master's degree there. I was wondering if you could tell us more about your your knowledge transfer partners in this program and how that relationship sort of evolved. Yeah so this is again. This is one of the main Objective than this mission was. On delivering, is the knowledge transfer part so back in two thousand fourteen. I was given the opportunity to move out to. Colorado basically and stay close with a team that supporting that Cadillac partner that we have their diversity. And Work Closely with them so me and my family, my wife, we moved there and I just returned back to the. Beginning of this year. it was again like. Working with experts in the field It was just surreal Being able to sit down with them and learn from them and get to a point that you're comfortable with. Discussing ideas with them, and sometimes arguing with them, it's basically what we learned from this mission to be honest It was really critical to find. A partner. That will teach US rather than just deliver something to us. which was this mission again It was attend really difficult. For example would give me for like the plan to protection. job was laid to me like I was. The sole responsible often. And it was something new for the mission for the university, and for my whole country like we don't have a plan to prediction officer. So, it was understanding what it takes to find the resources that you need. The? Partners that you would need from NASA from Isa from Jackson. How Co spar all of those different entities to? You know show. Show them what the mission is being. This is just for the plenty of protection aspect of it. So, yeah, I mean. This mission I learned a lot from moving to the US for five years for sure did help me on cloud, and then I as you mentioned. I earned my master's degrees in aerospace engineering A graduated in December two thousand Nineteen which was about timing to study with a workload that was happening. were were quite. Hard nights but yeah made it and it really good place now. happy with that all done, but yeah, it was a really great experience that again. I feel like super lucky to be able to have gone through it. Will congratulations. I didn't realize you got your degree so recently. So that's. That I, do what in the world is captivated by Mars as a matter of fact, UAE Working on the initiative for Mars twenty, one seventeen to establish a human colony on Mars. What do both think just what fascinates us so much about the planet Mars? To Us Mars is like Like a cousin in a way it's. we'd believed that one once. Mars was very similar to our planet. The tidewater and all of that was lost. now has a very. Very dry atmosphere so understanding. Mars I think it's going to help us understand or planets better and you know Exploring a world that is. For a planet that is that that is far yet so similar can give us so much insight and also I think in general space is perfect platform of for us as humanity to hope for something It's brings us all together and I am the International. Space Station is a perfect example of international collaboration and humanity coming together, so we can all work together on your son and. A different planets what happened there and how can help us understand earth better I think that is the reason that drives us behind own exploring words, and and it's. It's the reason behind the recruit Austin about. Trying to understand what happened, and whether it can happen here on earth, and how can we all work together towards towards a making a better planets for for humanity? Beautiful what we just want to against extend our congratulations and best wishes to your team for the hope, pro were wishing the best success Aisha at most in shock. Ron, thank you so much for joining us really appreciate. Sick a pleasure talking to. Online coffee break. Why Really Joma conversation today with Aisha and Molson about hope, probe and so excited for this incredible mission. He feel had to learn more about the Mohammed bin Rashid, space center and the emerets Mars mission. Just visit their website M. B., R. S. C. Dot E.. I want, think Isha and Molson for joining me today. One of the things Ben Cross for sharing his face Jerry earlier on in the episode, but most importantly I want to thank you for tuning today. We really do appreciate it. We'll see next time godless..

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Highlights from the First-Ever AJC Virtual Global Forum

People of the Pod

05:30 min | 2 weeks ago

Highlights from the First-Ever AJC Virtual Global Forum

"This week thousands of global Jewish advocates were supposed to have been in Berlin for the AJC Global Forum. Unfortunately, the pandemic had other plans, but we weren't just going to cancel our critical conference, so we took the global forum virtual all week. Thousands of people from around the world have been tuning in on AJC DOT ORG to watch high level addresses, intimate conversations and fierce debates over the future of Israel, America in Europe over the course of. Of this episode, we're going to bring you. Parts of those conversations Dr Anwar. Gosh is the United Arab Emirates Minister of State for Foreign Affairs this week. He joined the J. C. Virtual. Global Forum for conversation with his friend and our chief policy officer Jason Isaacson in doing so he became the highest level official from an Arab country without relations with Israel to publicly address an American Jewish audience. Let's listen in to some of that conversation now. I want to begin by thanking the distinguish minister, not only for taking the time to share his insights with AJC and our many thousands of guests on this virtual platform, but for the multiple times that he and his colleagues in the leadership of the UAE have met with AJC over the twenty plus years that we have been regularly traveling to his country in pursuit of regional peace and cooperation and understanding or meeting with government officials when they have visited the united. States Dr Guard Gosh. It's very good to see you again. Thank you, Jason. Thank you I'd like. Like to begin by thanking you for boosting need today and I that this would be opportunity for a frank and constructive discussion, which is much needed I want closer to take the opportunity to thank ag see for what has been quite remarkable bridge to the ridge. There has been an octave work that was done to numerous visits to all the countries of ragent, all the countries of the Gulf and I think this sort of visiting and understanding the food of Fiji sees. Look over this city has been quite busted sounded, so thank you very much for that. Thank you very much. His remarks Dr Garg. The has a proud tradition of philanthropy including major charitable dishes here in the United States. How has your country contributed to the global fight against Akron bars pandemic, and what is your assessment of international cooperation in this fight generally closer to home, please talk about public health cooperation across the Middle East. How successful has it been? How can it be improved going forward? What specific role has the UAE played and I note by the way that the has twice in recent weeks, Asakusa and medical aid to the Palestinians by Israel feel free to discuss that as As well. I would actually agree with lock analysts who have said that our national responses have been more important than what I recall regional responses or googlers, every country, really as sort of look into its own and thermal situation, and this raises a lot of issues rarely about global cooperation, regional cooperation on issues such as the CAL now. If you look really adept policy, it's interesting, because in my opinion, we have come with a very I would say organized which nationally which is allowed us to actually and pry and help others and Binat relations originally and. We I think done something very successfully. Separate. Elliptical from the humanity so here for example we have no relationship with is ran, but at the same time we have recognized that this isn't Adia that we need to cooperate together because it is one that edges human beings finally from the religious affiliations at. Let's look at the long term effects of the pandemic on. The long lockdown of the widespread in deep economic disruptions, the effect that they will have on regional stability and security. Not every country in the region has the kind of resources that the UAE. Does you throw in the recent plunge in oil prices on the crisis across the region really is amplified. Are you forecasting a regional power relationship restructuring a potential conflict between states, says spike and out-migration, perhaps from the Gulf states. Where do you see a softer landing after the pandemic? I would say that things will change and things will stay the scene. To suppose that fundamental issues that we have not been able to tackle for forty and fifty and sixty s will suddenly change overnight I think is expecting too much unfortunately, but at the same time I think that we need to try and work at the edges of. So clearly I think we need to avoid rhetoric that leads plus colletion. We need to avoid confrontation because everybody will be affected the dubs. Demographics guns. Economy and so on so

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Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

This Day in History Class

03:49 min | 2 weeks ago

Wairau Incident - June 17, 1843

"This Day in history class is production of iheartradio. Hey all I'm eve and welcome to this day in history, Class A podcast that flips through the book of history and tears out a single page every day. Today is June seventeenth twenty twenty. The Day was June seventeenth. Eighteenth forty-three. A clash between British emigrants and Mary known as the wire incident took place on the South Island in New Zealand. It was the first major armed conflict between Maori and British immigrants after the signing of the Treaty of Tonky. The new. Zealand company was a British. Joint Stock Company responsible for the colonization of New Zealand in the eighteen hundreds. It's and director Edward Gibbon. Wakefield believed that a successful colony needed to attract a balance of capitalist laborers. The company claimed to have purchased land in the Cook Strait, read and established settlements at Wellington and Nelson. While the Europeans were purchasing land in New Zealand representatives of the British Crown and Mary, Chiefs signed the Treaty of White Tonky. In May of Eighteen, Forty Lieutenant Governor William Hobson declared British authority over New Zealand. Since the Treaty of Weitang, he was signed. There has been debate over its terms, interpretations and differences between the Mary text and the text. The treaty was meant to recognize Mary ownership of their lands and give Mary people, the rights of British subjects that said many Maori were later dispossessed of their lands. Anyway the New Zealand Company promoted the country as a Briton of the south, and it began to organize large scale migration to New Zealand. But the fertile land required for all the Europeans migrating to New Zealand, did not actually exist. The company was failing. Because arable land was limited land titles were uncertain. There were two mini absentee landowners, and there was no real way to generate income through exports. By eighteen forty three, the immigrants were struggling with food supply, and the company was basically bankrupt. Throughout the early eighteen s more European, emigrants Nelson despite conflict between Mary chiefs over claims to the land being sold. But when it became clear that there was not enough arable land around Nelson for the immigrants, the company began moving forward with plans to survey the wire planes. MARY TEVES NOT TOWA TEI row per ah-ha and others were adamant that the company had not purchased this land. Despite this opposition, the company ordered survey parties to begin work in the UAE Ravelli. So, some of the chiefs. Era and victim the surveyors they burned some of the shelters that have been made from local materials and destroyed some of the surveyors equipment. Police Magistrate Augustus. Thompson issued a warrant for the arrest of involved teeth on charges of arson. A group of about fifty special constables were sent to wire it to execute the warrant. They were armed but inexperienced. On, June seventeenth eighteen, forty three, the company party arrived on the eastern side of the to a marina stream. Mari gathered on the other side of the Stream. It's unclear exactly what triggered the fighting? Though some are accounts, say that a wife may have died I from a stray shot, regardless of fight ensued and twenty two Europeans, and somewhere between four and nine Mary died. Many European immigrants feared that this was the beginning of a larger Mary Insurrection When the new governor Robert Fitzroy arrived in New Zealand that December. He was tasked with

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"uae" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

05:00 min | Last month

"uae" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"And this is like incredible to be even say stop, but he becomes like their primary target like higher up to like al-Qaeda or Iraqi, targets or bus brotherhood. Dot phoebe cobs like somebody who they like our full time tracking. His phone, what is it'd be packed as fode because they've hacked his email accounts. They've hacked his parents. Email accounts, you know. He has a disabled brother. They've hacked like support groups for that disability that his parents belonged to as a way of trying to get into his parents accounts. They've hacked his disabled brothers IPAD. They've got after him like this. Like really like full-on. And the Americans are right at the center of this operation. They conduct this operation. They craft the emails that go to hear the bells. Rory Work Ubad rights. Defenders of the UAE and we need your help, and if only you can install this special messaging software so that we can communicate. And he does it hindsight in hindsight it. Seemed, like a great Lou, but like at the time and he just. The idea that people are going to be targeted, have like that was something. That really surprised him quite a bit. Creepy -ness of it. Does it have an impact on his day to day life? Do they or is it mostly about the fact that he's so incredibly tracked and he's pretty much justice guy with blog. Yes, so it's interesting, you know there are a lot of different cases. These guys protracting like thousands of people right and so like dot affi. It really had almost no impact at all, right? The Guy Lives in the UK. He's being tracked, but it doesn't really impact him at all. In fact, he doesn't even know about until we call him the. He found out about it because we're like hey, worry. US But like it's just really weird thing. We got all this documentation and these guys be tracking you for like years. There's like thousands of files on you. Know every website you visit and emails, you said. I just wanted to give you a heads up now for him. It doesn't have a very big impact, but for the people he's talking to. It has a tremendous impact and he's talking to, so he's talking to like human rights advocates. Such as Moore who you know is somebody who's like kind of speaking up for civil human rights in the UAE, and he's based in the he's based in the US is an Emirati guy, and has a tremendous impact and we know this because we got the documents, the sort of powerpoint presentations that project raven gave to the Emirati security forces where they say here's conversations between Rory Donosti and Montour which shows that ofman months, or is speaking ill of the UAE to these outside agitators. and. They used that as evidence against him and. Actually was detained. He's the jail now it. He was tortured and he was like one of a number of people we foued project Raven was involved there surveillance that ended up getting tortured. Did any of the Americans. Come to know the consequences of what was happening to the people that were targeting. Yeah they do the consequences. I think something that should be mentioned about the American sort of their defense slightly. Is. You know these are not political scientists. These are not people big political insights. Broad understanding about the region. They weren't living in the region before for the most part they get brought out there. They have a very narrow mission. You beyond the idea of getting it to these people's computers in collecting their emails, and doing a very basic level of analysis of who they're talking to and the types of things they're saying they don't have like the bigger picture thinking about this a lot of times, I'd asked him I'd be like well. It doesn't seem weird that you were involved the detention of like this guy. That you're spike. Are these journalists at other cases? They were expired like. Who wanted to peace prize like? Don't you think that's kind of odd like well? We die baby. Rory Dot Affi is involved in some kind of terror. Operation at some, Broadway? How do I know they don't like the big picture? They don't understand the big picture. They very much see it as their job to to look at the big picture because you have to remember, they're coming from a US military background, and even though they're not like answering to the US military anymore. They see it as their job to kind of like. Follow orders to sort of do what they're told that this sense that they're not gonNa, know the whole reason why this person might pose a threat. There are being told that they pose a threat to them. It seems reasonable, okay? This guy's a bus Brotherhood member. He hasn't committed any. Crime that I know about, but that doesn't mean that he has committed a crime that I don't know about so they door belies at for a long time, but. For some of these you believe it after they laughed although they regretted some of the actions like by large. Along the still see this be okay. The Corona virus has swept. The world enforced drastic measures to defeat it. It's also proving the what.

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"uae" Discussed on First Person

First Person

03:31 min | Last month

"uae" Discussed on First Person

"These guys protracting like thousands of people right and so like dot affi. It really had almost no impact at all, right? The Guy Lives in the UK. He's being tracked, but it doesn't really impact him at all. In fact, he doesn't even know about until we call him the. He found out about it because we're like hey, worry. US But like it's just really weird thing. We got all this documentation and these guys be tracking you for like years. There's like thousands of files on you. Know every website you visit and emails, you said. I just wanted to give you a heads up now for him. It doesn't have a very big impact, but for the people he's talking to. It has a tremendous impact and he's talking to, so he's talking to like human rights advocates. Such as Moore who you know is somebody who's like kind of speaking up for civil human rights in the UAE and he's based in the he's based in the US is an Emirati guy and has a tremendous impact and we know this because we got the documents. The sort of powerpoint presentations that project raven gave to the Emirati security forces where they say here's conversations between Rory Donosti and Montour, which shows that ofman months, or is speaking ill of the UAE to these outside agitators. And they used that as evidence against him and. Actually was detained. He's the jail now it. He was tortured and he was like one of a number of people out who project Raven was involved there surveillance that ended up getting tortured. Did any of the Americans come to know the consequences of what was happening to the people that were targeting. Yeah. They do the consequences. I, think something that should be mentioned about the American sort of their defense slightly. Is. These are not political scientists. These are not people big political insights. Broad understanding about the region. They weren't living in the region before for the most part they get brought out there. They have a very narrow mission. You beyond the idea of getting it to these people's computers in collecting their emails, and doing a very basic level of analysis of who they're talking to and the types of things they're saying they don't have like the bigger picture thinking about this a lot of times. I'd asked him I'd be like well. It doesn't seem weird that you were involved the detention of like this guy..

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"uae" Discussed on First Person

First Person

04:45 min | Last month

"uae" Discussed on First Person

"Times reports. The U. Eight based APP has been downloaded to millions of phones all around the world, and it's alleged ties with the UAE government. Make it quote the latest escalation of a digital arms race. This wasn't the first hacking scandal for the UAE which has used surveillance programs to target other regimes in its own dissidents in recent years. This week on First Person Year from Joel Chapman an investigative reporter for Reuters. Who Co wrote a series of stories in the past year, but the US hacking and surveillance program his partner on the project. Was Christopher Bing also Reuters? The two reporters discovered among other things that the U. E. was employing Americans in its secret program, including veterans of the national security, agency. How did you come to find out about project to begin with? So, it was really kind of crazy actually. I was like one of these weird points that I get into some has worked in these long term projects, and like sometimes like I'll finish a long term project at I, was looking for something ad. I started going back to my role. Take people for drugs. I found this one guy in the intelligence community at management level at a cyber tells US contractor. which swept for drugs and He told me this really weird story about how he hired somebody recently. That had just returned from the Gulf. and. He said you know it was really weird because the guy told him after he hired him I think that he had disclose. The fact that he was involved in an FBI investigation. and the subjective. Or as as a as a witness, he had been involved activity that was the subject of the FBI investigation when activity was was what he had been doing overseas. At essentially, he had to disclose the fact that the reason he had actually left. His previous job was because his previous job was working for this hack unit. At what day he realized that not only have they been hacking into all these other people. On behalf of government, but eventually they had started targeting American citizens, and when he realized that they had started targeting American citizens at American companies at American bags..

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Libya's Turkey-backed Tripoli forces take back another town

BBC Newshour

02:44 min | Last month

Libya's Turkey-backed Tripoli forces take back another town

"To Libya now because forces of the U. N. back to government of taking control of a town tough una in that will be seen as a highly significant advance to whom it was the last stronghold of the warlord general Khalifa Haftar in the west of the country despite being supported by Russia and the UAE Egypt and others the general suffered a string of defeats in recent weeks as total Middle East analyst Alan Johnson is on the line for us now I would just tell us a bit more about what happened in tahun that I have that full well the government forces have had tahun internet sites for some weeks now even as they were taking other places in the region off general Haftar they were trying to besiege when it finally fell to the government this morning it seemed to go quite quickly and quite quietly there's no signs of any major battle it looks very much as if those forces defending tahun it felt that the end was coming and that it was time for them to get themselves and their families away to some sort of safety and they fled down southeast winds deeper into general half does terror tree reports of thousands of people taking that route images coming from time and allow show victorious young government militiamen celebrating in the streets of the town firing in the S. and there will be concern for the civilians of Titus sometimes in this sort of situation and maybe you can get reprisals against members of the civilian force there to see this too close to their enemies by the conquering militiamen island why is the phone of talking to say six is significant almost turned the tide in favor of you embark government what's just happened this month the end of a really major phase in the fighting of Libya make but make no mistake it this season a turning point general Haftar had spent years securing his control in eastern Libya no more than a year ago he turns attention to western Libya and the capital with it which is that's been the seats of the U. N. government he wanted to capture the Westin captured correctly and take complete control over Libya and he's had significant support as you said from the likes of the United Arab Emirates Russian from Egypt to free time it looks like you just might take the capital but with the full of the temptations aw after then the general is going to have to come to terms the fact he's not gonna be able to take control of western Libya Tripoli and run the whole country hi many thanks it was a Middle East analyst Alan

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OPEC Chief Optimistic That the Worst of Oil Crisis is Over

BTV Simulcast

02:36 min | Last month

OPEC Chief Optimistic That the Worst of Oil Crisis is Over

"Up OPEC and its allies are rapidly cutting production and seeing signs that demand for crude is starting to recover OPEC secretary general Mohammad Barkindo told Bloomberg that he's hopeful the west of the old crisis is over but is he right we asked Coliseum standard chartered economist for me not tacky I'm Pakistan eleven of excess supply best oil markets hi speed in an eighth grade was indeed unprecedented we actually estimate that the average around twenty one point three million barrels per day and looking ahead we think that the oil supply drops will likely close by July so we're seeing positive signs that the Marlins would likely grow old and die reply from OPEC's stock would continue to fall especially with the addition and **** announced by Saudi the UAE the UAE and Kuwait are you certainly has accelerated this process but even when the snow on balance restored in July there are still several headwinds that are likely to be fractured week markets would still be faced by the head when the high inventor used hi OPEC's spare capacity and also the need to re incorporate non OPEC output output which has so far been temporary be sufficient so there is a risk that if prices value too far and too fast especially if we see WTI breaks thirteen dollars and a sustained minor this could cause the return of some U. S. wedding after a very short period of second and yet when we look at that car good morning to you when we look at the U. S. side of the scenario JP Morgan thought one and a half million barrels will come off the U. S. side by G. that's not actually taking effect the shop in effect is that and you've got conical continental in several taking seven hundred and fifty thousand files also is not the biggest tail risk is that shale reasserts itself more virulently perhaps in the market positions it's certainly part of the equation and it's certainly a risk especially if we need prices rise quite fast and you already have some reports that current prices are causing the return of some U. S. flags after only a very short period of second generation network considering but also the fact that we are dealing with an overhang and and the battery is under OPEC's spare capacity all of these three factors together might keep prices depressed for the rest of the

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State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

MSNBC Morning Joe

06:34 min | Last month

State Department watchdog was investigating arms sales; Pompeo denies retaliation

"The State Department's Inspector General. I thought to be fired for investigating. The Secretary of State for assigning personal tasks to a department staffer also was investigating the approval of arms sale to Saudi Arabia without congressional approval officials from different congressional committees told NBC News. They believe Inspector General. Steve Clinic was fired in part for investigating Saudi arms sales that Congress had previously rejected house foreign affairs. Committee member Eliot Engel of New York. Confirm that investigation by late Monday. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are demanding a more complete explanation for Lennox firing according to the hill. Senator Chuck Grassley Republican of Iowa sent a letter to the president on Monday. Senator Grassley reminded president trump. The law requires detailed explanations for dismissing departmental watchdog to ensure that inspectors. General are not removed for political reasons. President Trump said the claims the secretary of state potentially misuse of government resources are overblown and seeing to consider them acceptable. Even if they are true look he's a high quality person. Mike is very high quality Zuri brilliant guy and now I have you telling me about dog walk in washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader. Then have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid you know stupid. That sounds to the world unbelievable head to wash dishes because his wife wasn't there. The president also confirmed Monday. That secretary of State pompeo requested the dismissal of idealistic but did not directly address the issue of retaliation. President isn't there. At least an appearance of a conflict of interest of secretary. Pompeo is asking you to fire inspector. General's I don't I don't think so. I think maybe he thinks he's being treated unfairly again. He wanted to. He asked me if that would be possible. I said I'll do that. Your I think it should have been done a long time ago. Frankly and this is a man that has had some controversy. This inspector general but So again I don't know anything. I haven't even read much about him. I see that it's a little bit of a story not much of a story. 'cause everybody agrees that. I have the absolute right to fire. The Inspector General's secretary pay later dismissed the idea that his requests for the firing was in retaliation for links investigations into arms deals. And those errands saying quote. Because I simply don't know I'm not briefed on it. I usually see these investigations and final draft form. Twenty four hours forty eight hours before the is prepared to release them. So it's simply not possible for this to be an act of retaliation end of story says Secretary Pompeo the State Department's under-secretary for management told the Post that concern over linen had grown because of a quote pattern of unauthorized disclosures. Leaks to the news media about investigations. That were an early draft form. He added officials had no evidence. Linac was personally responsible for the leak so Casey Hud. There's a lot to unpack there. Let's go back to the arm sale though this was a year ago in. May when the president and secretary pompeo declared an emergency bypassing congress to sell about eight billion dollars worth of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE and it drew condemnation by the way from Republicans not just from Democrats but there was bipartisan. Condemnation of this move and now it appears that inspector general was looking into that declaration of emergency. Yes that's what. Nbc News learned late yesterday when Chairman Angle confirmed that this investigation was going on that they were angry that essentially he had the president and Pompeo tried to circumvent Congress on this arm sales question this was something that there are a lot of. Republicans as you point out who are very invested in what was going on in that particular situation. And who opposed this move by the administration but let's not forget to put the firing of this inspector general in to kind of the broader context in pattern that we're seeing going on here. This is not the first time something like this has happened and the administration has already ignored the rules that they are supposed to follow when something like this happens in the case of Michael Atkinson in the intelligence community by not explaining to Congress within thirty days why they did it and so I think there's a question here as to whether the administration will do it in the case of the State Department. This has been something that has drawn as you pointed out. Bipartisan condemnation chuck. Grassley though senator from Iowa has been particularly focused on this but the reality is Congress's relatively toothless in this regard they can make these demands asking for more information but the laws are not necessarily written in a position. That's strong enough to let them make a real difference here. And what we're left with is kind of a government that is increasingly. Not being held accountable. Now how that lines up with the president's campaign promise to drain the swamp I will let our viewers decide but they seem to be at odds. Donald Trump talked about how incredibly stupid thing sounded at his press conference. And I agree Casey. I want you to listen to this clip. One more time and let's focus on the part where Donald Trump says that he doesn't want Mike Palm. Oh doing dishes if his wife isn't there take a look. Look he's a high quality person. Mike is a very high quality his brilliant guy and now I have you tell me about dog walking washing dishes and you know what I'd rather have him on the phone with some world leader than have him wash dishes because maybe his wife isn't there or his kids are you know. What are you telling me it's terrible. It's so stupid stupid. That sounds to the world. Unbelievable quoting the president of the United States to you know Mr President how stupid that sounds to the world that in twenty twenty you say he needs State Department officials to washes dishes in case his wife. Isn't there

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Ice Skating

Pants On Fire

05:26 min | 2 months ago

Ice Skating

"Grace what's your first question for a bash. St Can you tell me about your job? What is it typical daylight who I liked that question so my typical day starts really early in the morning because I teach my students before school at an ice rink. So get up at about four o'clock and I'm on the ice four in the morning or in the morning four in the morning four in the morning. It's very quiet. And then we head to the rink. I warm up my students first and foremost and then I'm on the ice teaching them from five. Am till about seven forty five. Wow how did you get involved in ice skating introduce skate when you're a kid I did? I started skating because I saw Tolan Dean. How're British ice dancers on television? And I nagged my parents to take me to the ice rink and I started skating when I was three. Wow there's a four in the morning and there's three year old on skates. I'm learning a lot today. Okay grace back to you NIA. Is there something you really love about your job well? I used to ice skate when I was younger. So what I love is watching. People do the moves that I couldn't do like I could never do a triple toe loop and seeing that. You know three times a year at the competitions that I judge is really exciting and just seeing all the families come together and to really nice culture and environment to be in to be able to escape for your job it helps. I mean I think the big part of the trainee is to not get too emotional about the performances. Because when you're watching somebody do something. Really incredible like a like a a triple Lutz. Or something you know you're you get really pumped up. The music is driving. You and you really can't show any emotion when you're a judge because you've got parents surrounding you and they really want their kids to do really well. So if you look like you're favoring one person in the other That's really bad so you have to try to stay as neutral and professionals possible fast. Is there a skater? Who IN SPIDER? You UAE definitely? I was very inspired by escape at Cold Suray abundantly. She was a French figure skater and she really changed the game with figure skating because she was what we call a rebel so she did a few illegal elements like the backflip competition. And she always will the coolest costumes and she had really colorful makeup and she really broke boundaries. In what we'll figure skating was so I really looked up to her. I thought she was really cool. She was also the first one to do it on ice. No I don't think she was. All carpeted different sport. Fash can you tell me about the different jumps in figure skating? How are they different? Well jumps a kind of graded in terms of how many revolutions you do. What Direction you take off. So everything starts with the waltz jump which is half a revolution which is about one eighty degrees and that takes a Ford and then you land backwards then you progress to a South Cal. I call it a sad cow. Well you do a full three sixty. Before you do your one eighty so jumps have different takeoffs and different landing. Sometimes you'll land jump in the position to take off for another jump which is called a jump combination. The hardest jump is a Lutts because you go into it one direction and then you pivot use your topic and you jump the other direction loop jump is probably my favorite jump ego from backwards backwards and you use your edge. Not Your Toe Pick. Neil what is the most surprising thing you've learned about ice skating? Guess what surprised me as well a while ago if you know but They change the scoring system so it used to be out of six points and now it can be up to three hundred points. So there's a table of different moves you can do like vastly mentioned a flip. Sal Cow Lutts. There's a toeloop. All of these different moves have a different man. Points scale values trite. And so you have to. There's a a table and that table changes over time and that's something that I'm still getting used to because every year I have to get trained and re certified to be an ice skating judge. So that's something that's always something I have to keep learning and keep up to date on five state. Can you tell me about what were the first gates made out of the first skates were made out of bones? They weren't very versatile. And when these first gators were on the ice it wasn't autistic or they weren't dancing sheely just to get from A to B Neil. Do you have to train to become a judge? Good question great question so the first thing is it helps to have skate experience. You don't have to be at an Olympic level but at least at college really helps you have to take some tests that show that you know as Russia saying what what a what a flip is You you need to know the what side of the edge that you're looking for so two edges on On escaped the left edge right edge and so knowing what side the skater is skating on You you can really Take no on. How precise and how Could QUALITY THAT. Kinda jump is.

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Happy Easter Bitcoin Rally?

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:57 min | 3 months ago

Happy Easter Bitcoin Rally?

"Bitcoin right now. What happened yesterday was Not a great deal. One of the least less volatile dies that we've seen were actually down up you know it's not like I said we got a consolidation going right now we're above seven thousand mile. It'd be very I wouldn't be surprised essays above thousand Tom next week and I want my signed up. I'm saying that the crews I worked probabilities. I don't have a crystal ball. Unfortunately if you've got one a bar with all even rent it but what I do is I look at probabilities in the probability that I've got in front of me right now. Sifi upturns on the maids options on the high at time France. We're talking twelve hours. Open the four hour. We'll turning awesome Trend moving average is standing in the correct order. Good convergence of the cat and if you want to know more about that you can learn on the FDA school's going bother buddy courses one sighing. The probability is stacked to the upside. We closed yesterday at seven. Thousand Two hundred ninety four dollars down one percent of their on. Bitcoin therion wisdom to close at one. Sixty seventy two a bitter resistance. The one seventy eight fifty fog volume correct all now. It's actually forget that don't worry about that. That's an old level that doesn't have any bearing at all on what I think is going on right now. A look at strong a Theorem It's just a little bit to extend the Tomato Minute Jer. That really strong move on Monday. That twenty percent moved doozy It's good But yes that closed down slightly not much. They won six hundred sixty eight currently except pay. Well it causes Point I didn't do very much at all. It was actually down slightly. Won't seven percent holding around that tonight rage in? Which is that resistance. Spoke of a little while ago On this podcast and hanging out there once a guy. Bitcoin cash is currently trading at two hundred fifty seven dollars and sixty five cents in the crowd. There I'd our and twelve. I don't mind that at all. Just saying what comes of that. A guy in Australia trend there and Yesterday was done actually four point two six percents or one of the David pullbacks of the top ten. Still looking quite tasty bay. Well it was down as well but two point one two percent sitting at two hundred eleven dollars and seven cents right now. It's down one point. Five percent two diet was down two point one yesterday lot coin. This is a child who really really lock at the modern took him at the high dials. Talking about the twelve hour talking about four hour. I'm looking Rod and it right now on the one two levels of resistance of forty six ninety two cents. Yep I'll be keeping a close on that. A modern even get one of my trading strategies which is cool. The bitcoin break cat so much. Just get that light is GONNA have to be later on this afternoon but I will be around and I will give it up because down. Good job as far as yesterday. Guys LOOK IT. Closed down point seven percents in the closet. Forty six dollars twenty on a US now. Another day point nine percent down a guy in consolodating out the rest of the market. Two hundred seventy three dollars at seats right now. Blinds fifteen dollars on the noise down point four percent yesterday guy. More of that console that saw guas console election Across markets it's sort of spreading everywhere brought now. Kodi three point six bitter resistance up around. What's that level? What's that little site? Sean Michelle Mishari selling stuck in the UAE of that. Let me get rid of this. It's roughly around four point. Six nine cents Ish guy sort of perfect level. There has been resistance there Yesterday we did closed down one percent flat on the knives and were three point six one since rotten now a theory and classic actually the one of the top ten years at a close up one point one percent up at sitting at five dollars an idea sense right now The trend doesn't look fantastic on the mid's instead of the mid's token the four hour and whatnot but it's a pretty good one on a daily Fon Rolling out the top ten. We've got the big dog trump down two point one six percent yesterday and that's where I got stopped out yesterday You win some some but again another profitable wake of dwindling strip

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Thanks to the Cancellation of Public Life, Fertility Apps Could Be in For a Big Moment

Business Wars Daily

03:21 min | 3 months ago

Thanks to the Cancellation of Public Life, Fertility Apps Could Be in For a Big Moment

"From wondering. I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily. Well it's Friday folks and we hope you've been okay in the strangest of months as you probably know we've been doing something different this week in the two and a half months since China reported the first death from the Corona Virus. The world has changed. And we're taking a look back at some previous episodes to get a sense of just how much it's changed boy. The pandemic has really turned things around as well as the fortunes of some companies. Some for the worst some for the better. Well today's episode. We're going to look back at a rapidly growing industry but one that Well if you'll pardon the PUN stays kind of hidden under the covers. We're talking here about fertility trackers. We suspect with work school sports and entertainment cancelled. Millions of folks have to find something to do at home. And whether you want new babies in nine months or you don't fertility tracking companies claim that they can help out but a couple of updates. You should be concerned about since we first ran this story. More information has arisen questioning just how these companies may be using and sharing your personal data and as their popularity has risen so to has scientific scrutiny about the extent to which these APPs are accurate especially for women who may have underlying health concerns in any event with that in mind. Listen to our story from November seventh twenty eighteen well dreaming of onesies with ducks in dinosaurs. These days as more and more women wait to have babies. The process of making those little ones seems to be getting harder make sense. The birth rate for young women has been falling for years. But it's been climbing for women in their late thirties through fifties when getting pregnant can be harder in about as much fun as changing a truckload of dirty diapers you used to be. The only real solutions were expensive and invasive fertility treatments involving painful shots and perfectly timed sex now. Millions of women are turning to fertility tracking APPS. It's a measure of how desperate wannabe parents can be that. At last count there were more than one. Hundred trackers with names like clue and period summer. Free others using wearable technology cost a few hundred bucks. One of those is. Eva Fit bit like bracelet whose sensors track a whole bunch of signs from skin temperature to resting pulse rate to stress levels all while you sleep. Avis Proprietary Algorithm. Mush is all these numbers together to detect changes in hormone levels and to predict which five point three days of the month. The woman is most fertile. It's up to you to get out the candles in the UAE. Abe a Swiss company says its predictions are accurate. Eighty nine percent of the time critics however say that figure comes from a study of only about forty women and that no one has yet determined whether any tracker shortens the time it takes to get pregnant but at two hundred forty nine bucks. Abe is not the cheapest way to grow your family flow that's F. L. O. Might be women. Enter into

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The COVID-19 Pandemic Slams Into Airlines

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

09:44 min | 3 months ago

The COVID-19 Pandemic Slams Into Airlines

"The twenty third of March we tracked in total fewer than one hundred thousand flights for the first time since Christmas. Twenty sixteen while at a a big drop a big drop commercial traffic from March first to March twenty third. That number is fifty percent so in total commercial. Traffic's down about fifteen percent but the number is increasing day by day as the number of commercial flights false right now. I'm looking at sixty five hundred total flights in the air Around the world at the twenty two hundred. Ut See time on Tuesday march twenty fourth. The normal number would be not quite twice that but approaching so we are down around the world a considerable amount of air traffic. But that's not to say there's still a considerable amount of air traffic out there. Six thousand five hundred flights is is still quite a bit. Yeah perhaps even too much at this point in real in realistic terms. I mean it. We've reached the point. Where maybe it's best. I mean we've seen and we'll get into this and in a few minutes but were nearing a hundred airlines that have canceled service not have cancelled some service but have canceled service. So we are unofficially tracking now seventy six airlines that have canceled outright. One hundred percent of all fights and another sixteen on top of that that are ninety five percent higher than a whole range of airlines at are above eighty percent. That are focused. Only NO LONGER. International Airlines at this point so yet the number of airlines that are either completely suspended operations globally or are so drastically reduced that they are just operating one route. Domestically on subsidize government contracts is a scary. I mean for instance what Kenya Airways announced. They were ceasing. All international flying because the the borders have closed. But they've got one domestic route. I think that they've kept open. Thai Airways today announced they are stopping. Flights Effective March. Twenty fifth. And a few of the country prohibitions went into effect today. India at midnight went in down into lockdown so no they had previously earlier in the weeks at no international flights and they said no domestic flights so there are now only cargo flights going to the entire country of India and overflight as well it will overflights as well but but you know landing or departing only cargo has this time and then the other one today was United Arab Emirates and that was an interesting one because early over the weekend emerets came out and said effective March twenty fifth. We will no longer be flying passengers. Then they come back and say the add on. Just we're done. We're done lights. Were taking a break. Sky Cargo Sky. Carl will continue to operate which is not a large portion of their operations but that was going to continue to operate but passenger flights would be over then. They said no just kidding. We're still going to operate some services and then the UAE stepped in and said. We'll know you're not because we're going to close the reports that was on the span of like ours. Yeah that was. Yeah it was. I think maybe six eight hours tops that we we're not talking to that. We're talking about the initial announcement and maybe hours before the the walk back saying Oh wait. Never mind will operate a handful of nations to maybe six hours after that saying actually The country's hunting do anything at all. Yeah so that now effects a huge number of transit passengers and including not just emerets but also not had and fly Dubai and whoever else really that was flying there but but a lot of those. Ron's already stopped flying beyond Amarat's And find your by. So that's a huge transit hub. That's been taken out of play. The speaking transit hubs. There's a group of Algerians stuck in the airport. They're playing out the early two thousands. Tom Hanks movie the terminal for Real. And it's not great but at least the airport local authorities seem to be watching out for them and trying to do what they can but there are over a thousand passengers. Kinda stuck in limbo. They can enter the country that can't leave the country. I should clarify that. This isn't Dubai. This is in Turkey might Skip over that to start the story off. But there's a thousand passengers in Turkey's negotiating with Algieria. Please can we let these people leave the airport because we're not gonNA back into Turkey so a rather unfortunate situation given everything that's happening not to be able to either go home or go somewhere besides the airport terminal right not great and back to India. I know it's the middle of the night that right now maybe three. Am but there is not a single narrowbody aircraft at all over Indian airspace. Which is kind of mind blowing right now. And considering that it's one of the largest domestic markets for air travel and growing the sheer number of aircraft that would normally be flying. Maybe not in the middle of the night but come tomorrow morning is certainly going to be felt. I found one. It's Spice Express. Seven thirty seven freighter which I didn't even know existed with spice jet. So that's cool. This is one of the side benefits but just kind of interesting things happening things as commercial flights that would normally kind of crowd. The map are being grounded. A lot of people are finding some very interesting things that they normally wouldn't see like a lot of the Canadian smaller. Canadian carriers that are still operating a lot of the mapping and Geo Sensing flights that sometimes get pointed out but are usually masked under a blanket of commercial. Travel are getting pointed out and obviously people are discovering loon balloons for the first time. So that's always an interesting thing for for them to see but yeah so still a lot of a lot of traffic being grounded and were not near the end. We're more towards the beginning at eastern North American than we are the end. There is still an astronomical number of flights in the US compared to the actual demand for flights and so many flights going out with a single digit load factors so fights are only going to get cut back before they get reinstated. there are some airlines. Haven't cut back much at all against all odds at this point like Alaska has officially only cut fifteen percent of their schedule. And I don't quite understand that but I would expect cuts to come soon. Yeah I mean we've seen in the past five days. I would say a dramatic decrease in global traffic and the US is starting to drive that further decrease and like you said. I think we'll see in the coming days through this week. I think we'll see a much more substantial drop in traffic and further further announcements that airlines are cutting routes in cutting services in parking additional aircraft. We'll see nothing else to do but wait and see what happens. that's true. Boeing has stopped building aircraft in Washington state. Yeah and this time. It's more than just the seven three. Max which is already had its production. Stop this time. It's all of the wide bodies as well seven. Sixty seven the seven eight. I guess as well that trickles of an ex the production has completely ceased for a while as a couple a couple of workers in the wide-body facility up in Everett tested positive for corona virus. And I believe one actually unfortunately passed away earlier in the week. So they are pausing production completely there so right now all Boeing production at all is happening in the Charleston South Carolina plant. Yes I haven't heard a shutdown. No no I haven't heard anything either into the Charleston. Plant is the the seventy seven line. That's really all they build so that'll be interesting to see. You know how how things worked there. At how long. They're able to keep that going. Suppliers have also started to maneuver around stoppage in continuing to produce thinks in beyond the ongoing issues with this having three seven. Mac supplying spirit Arrow has stopped. Work for Boeing. Or most work for Boeing. But some of the other suppliers like Leonardo are still manufacturing components for for bowling. So it'll be interesting to see how all of that is managed as things. Maybe eventually return back to normal will be had echos. Maybe maybe

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Dubai's Emirates backtracks on decision to suspend all passenger flights

BTV Simulcast

03:27 min | 3 months ago

Dubai's Emirates backtracks on decision to suspend all passenger flights

"To the United Arab Emirates they have suspended all inbound and outbound passenger flights and the transit of airline passengers for two weeks as part of the precautionary measures trying to curb the spread of the corona virus amber it's caused quite a confusing yesterday when it said it was suspending all passenger flights from March twenty fifth and then into the clarification more on this with our economy government reporters in effect that is enough so where it does Emirates stand then in the final toll of their statements hi good morning users so basically right now enters its looking at spending all its life except those who are thirteen destination as including the US and the UK and Singapore Hong but that will keep that cargo and eventually evacuating if evacuation flight going now that came as part of that after what would my decision that mostly from the UAE the old man to cry in restrictions on the front of the coronavirus so that you know he had said that basically all at malls restaurants and other commercial facilities will need to be close that much higher than that previous the announcement at before where they get the kid that works and so on and now that ocean people who have to get out of that home for work and other essential travel to basically use their personal cards and to and and use that mask hello this is really really huge especially at the end I was like about it but it's because of that important to them that it adds to the by the Connie of course so to get my head around what kind of financial damage said this grounding could do and you look at the six months to November that financial statement showed revenues of about twelve point nine billion dollars this half year to November profit was two hundred and thirty five million dollars so it could be in excess of a billion dollars a month in terms of expenses and an operational costs what are they doing to mitigate some of that in terms of the squeezer feeling certainly this is gonna be at this is going to be applied make at a bank or development or in art that company was just emerging from another a downturn which was caused by the lowest prices in the region which basically at a weight on the girls across the Gulf and the Middle East and so far it's kind of that it had been the shuffling of plans and make sure that they ended up with a lean operation but now that all is going to be after that again so the governor said the companies right now they're looking to as much as it can to reduce the pay of a lot of it simply he's thirty announced a cut for the salaries of multiple use by twenty five to fifty percent over the next three months the president of the company and didn't and did not get credit also for both better basic salary for the three months and the company is urging employees to wanted to go on leave to go on leave now at they are looking at this in a very elsewhere in the interview full of grad so basically and a and that email by the chairman of the NRA as I said that if they don't believe many are bad **** competitors or even supply chain chain Parker partners will emerge from this crisis they think many of many in the industry will go

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Stephen Wright on 'Processed Cheese'

Bookworm

08:07 min | 3 months ago

Stephen Wright on 'Processed Cheese'

"Is the show most excited about. I've been excited in anticipation of it for a long time. The author Steven Wright has been on bookworm twice a four. I love his work and it takes him the Gourd zone time to complete it. I've been waiting for his newest novel which is called processed cheese and which is published by Little Brown. Oh for around seven years and as I read it I wanted it to never be over. I wanted to be reading it forever. I think like Stevens other books. It's made out of sentences and a feeling about the world that's completely his own knowing. No the title processed cheese. Stephen has been with you for a while. I've been wanting to write a book with that title since I can remember so. I finally did the title game before the Book Way. Back when I was sixteen. One of the things my father did was to make cheese board sees pieces of wood which cheese was attached under plastic at first when it started out like most American things they were real genuine supreme vintage cheeses but as things had to be less and less expensive to be made. These cheeses were replaced by process cheeses and the expensive store. The same bloomingdale's that sold the cheese board was replaced by five and ten where you could get. The junk is on the junk board in the junk rapper. And that was what growing up in. America was light during that period that was UAE. May Be we needed the sixties so when. I saw your tunnel processed cheese. It meant so much to me about the end of quality and the beginning of junk in my child he read it exactly the right way. That's terrific now. Tell me this is a book about as one of the first chapter says money money money money money money money. It's about the replacement of everything by the need for money. And more money and under funded coppell find that the husband has been hit by a bad. Were walking down a street. The bag is filled with hundred dollar bills. Which are wrapped in plastic packets? He suddenly got more money than he or his wife. Ambience know what to do with his name is graveyard. Her name is Ambien. Stephen Word of these names come from. I wish I knew they just. I don't know where they came from. The thing is that when they occurred to me it just seemed absolutely right that these were the right names for these people so they stock all of the names of the people in this book are based on industrial processes or Johnke. The city's the places are named things like random Burg this is the world that's died down and been replaced by the equivalent of processed cheese. John Exact has replaced everything. Yeah that is the theme of the book. Yes now the book is so funny. I mean you'll pardon me laugh out loud funny I laugh out loud myself sometimes thinking about phrase or line yes so that's pretty pleasing when he can laugh at your own stuff even years after you wrote it. It's a hung aureus book but a book. That's hilarious about a tragedy of life. That life does not feel like life anymore that life feels like its own version of processed cheese. Yeah exactly how do you live while riding such a book? It's Day by day. You just get through the day like everybody else. You know you get through each day as best you can but. I need to tell my listeners that Steven Wright our guest is the author of five books the first one was called Meditations in Green. It was the first major who Gustav Nation of Vietnam. The second book M Thirty One was a family romance. I pointed out when reading it that it seemed to be based on the nightmare. Gatherings in Faulkner's novel sanctuary. But you don't have to know that it's a Family of people who believe in Outer Space Aliens going native was a book. Oh Stephen I really was barely out of my twenties. I was given this show to do and I asked someone. I think it was an beady. Who SHOULD I meet in New York publishing? Who would help me to know how to go about doing books on my show and she sent me to the man who turns out to have been your life long friend and editor Michael Pietsch. Yes he gave means three chapters of the then unpublished looney tunes novel going native. I say gooney tunes novel because it has on its original edition a big looney tunes series of circles you expect bugs to be poking his head through And I then spoke to Stephen when going native came out the amalgamation Polka imagined that southern scientists were able to change the color of the skin of the people that they wanted to amalgamate. It's a bizarre disturbing novel. That reminds me of Herman. Melville's peer or the ambiguities. Steven Wright did me the favour of teaching me. What the word in that. Some title Pierre or the ambiguities means. Tell US Stephen. The subtitle is Pierre or the ambiguities and it turns out that in the nineteenth century. That was a phrase that was used for someone who lost their mind. He's got the ambiguities. Isn't that amazing? I did not know that 'til I was done with the book. If I had known that I would put it in

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Oil falls 3% as Saudi, UAE plan for higher output capacity

Steve Cochran

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Oil falls 3% as Saudi, UAE plan for higher output capacity

"Saudi Arabia's oil company Aramco says he will increase production capacity to thirteen million barrels a day from twelve million per day the majority state owned companies announcement made on the Saudi stock exchange did not say when the capacity increase will take place Ramco says the decision to increase the capacity was directed to the company from the Saudi energy ministry the move also seem to make good on the country's promise over the weekend to increase output after Russia refused to cooperate on cutting production oil prices this morning are down nearly four percent of the U. S. at thirty three dollars a barrel off nearly a dollar

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Cycling: UAE Tour canceled after positive coronavirus tests

BBC World Service

00:20 sec | 4 months ago

Cycling: UAE Tour canceled after positive coronavirus tests

"A major cycling road race the UAE tool has become the latest sporting event to be disrupted by the coronavirus and break off to to Italian stuff members tested positive for the disease the final stage of the tour which features of the world's leading writers have been canceled right is and stuff of being confined to their rooms well tests are

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Iranian deputy health minister reveals he has coronavirus

Ben Shapiro

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Iranian deputy health minister reveals he has coronavirus

"And Washington post reports health officials in the United States warned on Tuesday that the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country appears inevitable good marking a significant change in tone as global travel disruptions continued to worsen south Korean to thousand cases Enron reported at least fifteen deaths by the way the deputy health minister Iran has grown by resin was on TV talking about crime virus while wiping his forehead and suffering from growing virus that's always a good look for your health minister China and South Korea announced new cases of the corona virus raising concerns in both nations about how long it could take for normalized return South Korea has confirmed a hundred and forty four more cases bringing its total to nine hundred seventy seven the most outside China president moon Jai in it visited the city of Daegu where more than half of the country's confirmed cases have been found Tuesday afternoon local time travel disruptions continue to spread with the UAE one of the world's most critical aviation hubs saying it would suspend all travel to and from Iran where authorities confirmed the death toll has reached at least fifteen turns out the worst you run your country the worst these issues

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UAE bans Iran flights over virus; at least 15 dead in Iran

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

UAE bans Iran flights over virus; at least 15 dead in Iran

"Sixteen the United Arab Emirates banning flights to and from Iran over the corona viruses officials announced fifteen people now dead in Iran because of that virus UAE flights ban comes just a day off to the virus spread from the Islamic Republic was announced across multiple Mideast nations Iran meanwhile has raised the official death toll from the virus over a dozen killed nearly one hundred confirmed infections the Gulf nation is home to long haul carriers and works on AT hand remains a key international transit route for Iran's eighty million people the flight ban which will last at least a week shows the growing concern over the spread of the virus amid worries the outbreak may be larger than acknowledged

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Iran's coronavirus task force head contracts illness as country's death toll reaches 15

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 4 months ago

Iran's coronavirus task force head contracts illness as country's death toll reaches 15

"An outbreak in Iran includes the head of the country's counter coronavirus task force United Arab Emirates has banned all flights to and from Iran the UAE flights spam comes just a day off to the virus spread from the Islamic Republic was announced across multiple Mideast nations Iran meanwhile has raised the official death toll from the virus to over a dozen killed nearly one hundred confirmed infections the Gulf nation is home to long haul carriers and more it's an eighty hound and remains a key international transit route for Iran's eighty million people the flight ban which will last at least a week shows the growing concern over the spread of the virus amid worries the outbreak may be larger than acknowledged in Iran I'm Charles de Ledesma is also an outbreak in Italy in that country's prime minister admits that a hospital in northern Italy contributed to the spread of the corona virus the civil protection agency says fifty four new cases were reported overnight bringing the total to two hundred eighty three most are in the Lombardy region seven people have died worldwide more than eighty thousand cases have been confirmed the vast majority in

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UAE bans Iran flights over virus; at least 15 dead in Iran

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

UAE bans Iran flights over virus; at least 15 dead in Iran

"The UAE flights ban comes just a day off for the virus spread from the Islamic Republic was announced across multiple Mideast nations Iran meanwhile has raised the official death toll from the virus to over a dozen killed amid nearly one hundred confirmed infections the Gulf nation is home to long haul carriers and more it's an eighty hound and remains a key international transit route for Iran's eighty million people the flight ban which will last at least a week shows the growing concern over the spread of the virus amid worries the outbreak may be larger than acknowledged in Iran I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Coronavirus live updates: US citizen dies in Wuhan, China; UAE confirms 2 more cases

Kilmeade and Friends

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Coronavirus live updates: US citizen dies in Wuhan, China; UAE confirms 2 more cases

"An American citizen in China has died from the corona virus the New York times says an American in Wuhan China died Thursday the U. S. amber this embassy says he was about sixty years old the global death toll from a corona virus is up to seven hundred twenty

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"uae" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"uae" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"Seri much charge. I'm so excited to be here. Thank you for having me. There are so many things that I want to cover in this time. So let's just get right into it. Couple things when when you grow up the way, I did and for a lot of people in this room that don't know I'll give you the one minute version because so much of the energy unfeeling here today across the UAE and specifically at this event and unsocial with my interactions is I was born in the former Soviet Union, and then I came to the United States when I was three years old. My father worked every minute. I really didn't spend a lot of time with him until I was fourteen fifteen when I worked in the liquor store that he started working at for two dollars an hour as a stock boy and eventually saved all his money and bought a store in Springfield, New Jersey. I was a product of the nineteen eighties and nineteen nineties in America, which I think when people look back on will be the golden era of education, and what college went to basically meant who you were going to be in the world in the face of education being the only way out in the eighties and nineties, especially for an immigrant. My mother created a framework that allowed me to flourish against my own DNA myself awareness, who I was which was a DNS student. The worst grades that you could get in school. But. Also was a child that summer David -cations, or when the snowed or whatever was happening. I was always looking to be an entrepreneur. If it snowed in New Jersey. I was ringing doorbells looking to get money to shovel snow if it was hot outside. I was setting up a lemonade stand to sell lemonade from the beginning of my life. I was put in a position. Luckily, based on where I was and who was parenting me to actually lean into my strengths. And the things that I was passionate about, you know, it's very interesting what I'm actually thinking while I stand here, which is here we are twenty.

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"uae" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"uae" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Some of our previous conversations, you always made clear that you had very bullish view on on some of the property plays. Is this a sign that it's time to buy that perhaps the property market in the UAE perhaps particularly in Dubai has them down. So leadership is all about product. So we believe this product is the first of its kind in the market. It's the only product second home, which is away from the city. Fully integrated coastal development. So that's why we think this is this is something different and the price for that is going to be also interesting. So I I want a little bit more detail. So the project sizes fifteen billion Durham's urine for high much of the start. You're in for two billion dirhams billion Durham did who is the first phase of the project? And that's why you invest absolutely which is going to start construction in the next six months. Okay. And then how much more will you put him as the project develops as it sells? Then you'd have to end up the fifteen billion. I mean, how does that sort of translate in again, how much more appetite you'd have for more deals are you willing to look at more property agreements in in the UAE is that a priority as you know, we we do a lot of whether it's in the UAE or the juicy or even the UK state passes through cycles. You know, just for always has to be there with the product. So we believe in the US. Especially with the latest incentives, and the latest budgets that have been announced. We think,.

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"uae" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on Super Station 101

"To that you don't have to when you go to the uae law and check out our pertinent to confront that you're doing business with the right people you can count on if there something you lied that you don't see on the wide let us know and we'll start the hunt for the best call said he'd seven nine three three to four and do business the great way at superstation one one wyde did you know that doctors and laundry detergent manufacturers are now have in to bag americans to stopped eating the laundry pod plumbing i'll say there's never been in a situation where it was like an own about objects like the pod and it just looked really good let's get books but you know what a first what second you imagine yourself taking a bite of the pods stop because you know your brain so me i can even understand identify with acts up in that situation let that looks and creamy but i'm not exists don't act like that's ever happened because it out yes as i've ever put that in an animal objects and said oh that looks cream yes you having i want to act now yes you have okay because i really have done it with the pa they look so colorful and clean uber none now on cbn's listen i'm just saying what everybody else else's thinking listen i have the courage to say at huan were there bruins jessica own superstation one on one we don't hooper cost two point we are your garden country station superstation one a warmth wyde dan crowley the thought things the.

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"uae" Discussed on Still Processing

Still Processing

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on Still Processing

"Ana african but this is a uae span of people that goes from people who literally look white you know what i mean to like the doctor dust so what are we if we take white miss our our our answer to that you know what i mean i do think this when we try to answer that question and i and i do think this movie in trying to think of how not a spoiler but there is a moment at which the movie tries to ask a question what did whiteness due to blackness and enshrined it tries to really i mean there is a moment in which you see someone who may be as polluted by this exposure to whiteness and when whiteness has done to modernise and there are they're posited as tiny evil right and but understandable under understandable hillhugging another not fall not it's learn more like a it's the the reaction is more of a it's a it's a damage to your brain our was there was more drama than if a trauma brave but in but i mean they're they're seen as a threat to the way of the what county in life and i guess that that to me was the most interesting thing of like i'd never i don't look at myself that way and like maybe we have to think about this the influence as a sense of i mean we do but you know deceit onscreen like that was also devastating to me cannot offer something in terms of were even talking about lake something i will have been this week there when you're talking about what you're asking for i think it felt like a partial answer to me to this week when we saw the first lady and the president's portrait aaron you love these so much i do i love your love of these but i will just say that there is something about amy cheryl style that is so much about what if there was no way gays to give us blackness as it's been given to us amy cheryl to be clear is the woman who painted michelle obama's portrait and there's a because she used kind of a gray scale and the tone there is a real outcry people are so attached to the shells complexion and big.

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"uae" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

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"uae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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"uae" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"uae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As much as we did like i don't think we actually knew when we jumped him that it was going to be so hard it's a very hard to make a film but it was it was this thing of like you know we talk about actors and so why can't we get christmas email account we get our first choice in why can't we should on our favorite camera kind of and we did chimps case it's the it's the why not instead of the uae asking the right questions this film blame has received a lot of praise um it's it's a very realistic portrayal of young people right figuring out their sexuality dealing with abuse and it doesn't gloss over or romanticise things as you as you say um i know you you you alluded to why that is important to you is that the kind of stuff you wanna work on going forward yeah i spoke for me having threedimensional young women at the core of everything i rate is just it's so important i think i just got so tired of of this ability that we have in the media to like right young women off as just what they are on the surface especially teenage characters there's this ability to go okay there's this girl in she's wearing this short skirt and she's on her cell phone and her dad's angry and it's it's like so i don't know there's just this ability to kind of just look at a girl and be like okay i know who she is like she's the weird girl she is the you know she's the ban geek or she's the slot and it's so sad and horrible her we do that earning things will yes and with blair m e it's tropy at the beginning intentionally at you know we have kind of these two classic arc type characters at the helm these two girls that feel like people we've we've seen in films before outsider and bully yoga shoots from yeah the outsider and the bully and kind of also just like the introvert and then the the girl who who uses her sexuality in her cruelty to get what she wants and it very intentionally deconstructs those as it goes on and.

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"uae" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on WCHS

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"uae" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Of the uae asian in puerto rico into the number of people were reported dead in hurricane maria official death toll in puerto rico from hurricane maria earlier this year has been listed as 64 but now the island's governor ricardo rocha ceo is ordering an investigation amidst claims the government is misreporting the numbers saying the month of september saw a twenty percent jump in the number of general fatalities over september of last year rose sale wants to know if those deaths are in fact related to the storm hurricane maria caused nearly a hundred billion dollars in damage to the us territory and left millions of people in squalor in miami evan brown fox minnesota judge has rejected a petition my three of the six areas of prince to fire the commerical bank and trust as executor of his estate prints died of an accidental overdoses last year and left no well earlier this year the judge declared princes six surviving siblings his heirs and a list our calls out her former boyfriend as part of the meat to movement in any driver tweeting her disbelief about her exboyfriend and goodwill hunting costar matt damon's remarks about sexual misconduct driver interviewed by the guardian newspaper saying many men even the ones she loves simply can't understand what abuses like on a daily level her interview and also some tweets last weekend after damon appeared on abc news this popcorn with peter travers talking about the recent onslaught of sexual misconduct allegations in hollywood and beyond he said he thought that there was a difference between rape child molestation and someone getting padded on the button which got him a ton of backlash fox's leslie ivano we would seem star wars was a big hit this weekend with glowing reviews and earning four under fifty point eight million dollars but some audience metrics suggest not all star wars fans we're thrilled with the movie while the last jenna earned a ninety ninetythree percent fresh from the website rotten tomatoes users only gave it a fifty six percent score lee sylla sarah fox news.

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"uae" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"uae" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You call that doesn't do anything that just proves you called and then there is a call log weird probably says you complained because if there was any validity mary or they believe there was any validity then what's going to happen in is that i that is going to help you bite i got news for you or they or what would happen is your abuser would have been arrested if there was any validity if the cop thought for a moment there was truth to that now i'm not saying there your i'm not saying that you're not telling the truth lots of issues with that but i will tell you that they if they thought it was happening the guy would have been arrested so what you have if you go for those records mary here's what i'm willing to bat is on those records is mary called we found no evidence and then the third time we were called by mary we determine she was nuts and that's probably what's on those police reports it's not gonna help you mary oh either either i written n my husband who had a big big honored for her it would him okay well and what eyewitness over a neighbor saw that in the police interview the uae witness i'm now because one of the other neighbour beat the girl that because of their out what to do quite well then that's lovely so assuming that it are old beat your all your husband hard not heart and then four and if she was afraid to tell the play she certainly not going to testify in trial as she great walking dead now let's even better now you can get her to testify if easier getting dead people to testify is a whole lot easier than getting into people the testify mary you're nuts okay but that's ice appreciate that it's always always good to have a fruitless per to come in on the show as well they still don't so damanour tainting you know that all right this is handle on the law.

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"uae" Discussed on wellRED podcast

wellRED podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"uae" Discussed on wellRED podcast

"He which out because he had kind of a similar states as if he wasn't arrived to stand up comedian but he can did a similar sort of thing as you did and he said like when he efforts he would show up whatever heat spend the whole production in the uae just sitting there looking like okay winner they gonna when are they gonna come grab may and be like listen we've someone made a terrible mistake i don't know why the hell you are here and what we were thinking or whatever uh and they now i'm not i'm a comedian and whatever else i haven't really done in the actor house out of high school so i don't know lend in half that were defied years and so you'll like all right that's by host wondered if it's time you know there's a little part of me that thinks when are they going to catch on yep rat does it have to be here yeah as it go away on a specific project for that then he would it's gone away ochre has gone away but the you know the w a i gotta i gotta buddy who says none of us got into this business because we were healthy uh it's it there's that sick little part in the back that says you don't belong here uh you don't have any right to be here you're an impostor right and uh it still niggles at your but it's not you know i don't i don't really set down in my trailer on the set of a movie and go they're gonna find out i'm her held good i you know.

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"uae" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"uae" Discussed on AP News

"Though the uae he also hit the farthest for the five hundred thirteen for sean and the highest in the roof of the marlins dome stadium had been killed but the next one was the tiebreaker the second round mazda bending champion jeancharles that until one homers shortened from the hometown fans in the first round but on the sixteen he did hit left the park faster than any others in the derby winners than miami kantor presents persson asian yo adrian saw fluff say hello to my little free discount towards voice from out even have to be good you just have to say it and your tv finds it not graca bush remote on contact from cox cable tv reimagined to get you write to the good staff available to residential customers in concert is rather like actually quite fractious field nadal things pretty much as such by the conditions of a ban on the sale of cows buffaloes for slaughter in india by the hindu nationalist government has been put on hold for three months by the country's top court in supreme court tuesday approved a lower court ruling which said people have a basic right to choose their food under government rules issued in may buyers and sellers that cattle markets or animal fares would be required to pledge in writing the cows and other animals considered holy by hindus would not be slaughtered for food or any other purpose the decision is a reprieve i did governments which criticised the bad as the blow for beef and leather exports that would leave hundreds of thousands jobless and deprive millions of people of a cheap source of protein capitol police have investigated a growing number of threats to members of congress in the first six months of.

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"uae" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"uae" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Distinction between a felonies misdemeanors is there legal is centrally illegal according to this legislation and so that's why you have house democrats saying this is not i the and render there's no perfect people like replacement but the uae mako leave to be definitely a revamped when it comes to who i'm obviously with misdemeanor than felony really forty and all of that out and make sure that procure undocumented who essentially um commit a crime or get on imf some type of parking ticket or get food swept up in a in a in a some type of ice sweep get deported come back into the country they're not be who some type of party penalty you said it has this one's gonna have a tougher road in the senate because they're the house democrats can complain all they want they simply right have the votes but are the senate democrats threatening to filibuster this and block it they're threatening to do anything right can in an procedure to block it um because like they did with healthcare and just like they're still threatening to do with health care and so because you have a you know obviously that very narrow margin bear dot quiet faces a tough road in the senate versus the house where house republicans have a bigger majority now the the other act that you mentioned the snow sanctuary for criminals right it's going to deny hi federal grant money to cities that don't cooperate with ice now this is this is always been a confusing area of the trump has said we're gonna cut off money the city say no constitutional you can't accord said that the trump administration can only cut off money that has that is directly connected to immigration does this bill give them the power to cut off all the grant money to a city regardless of an immigration connection you know i don't know if it goes that far i do know with the intention is with.

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