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Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
Hurricane Ian SLAMS Florida; Biden Wonders Where's JACKIE? Trump Offers to Negotiate WORLD PEACE

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 111:42


Hurricane Ian slams our friends in Florida and we survey the damage. The media attacks Ron DeSantis and his team while Don Lemon and CNN blame climate change for the damage.President Biden shocks the world with a gaffe about the recently deceased Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, wondering why she was not in attendance an event. Karine Jean Pierre faces a media onslaught over the gaffe and caretaker Jill Biden guides Biden off camera.Trump offers to negotiate world peace after the Nord Stream pipelines are sabotaged. U.S. representatives Antony Blinken and Jake Sullivan respond to the updates as new pipelines open in the Baltic sea.Become a Member: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQa62kyOcsyhVUqyvRCbDNQ/joinMindmaps & More: https://linktr.ee/robertgouveiaWe Help Good People: https://www.rrlawaz.comMindmap Software: https://www.mindmeister.com/?r=1185699https://givebutter.com/EricsHouse2022/robertgouveia#HurricaneIan #Biden #TrumpZBiotics Pre-Alcohol ProbioticBreaks down the byproduct of alcohol responsible for rough mornings after drinking.Brand Alpha UncutIf you are ANTI-‘WOKE' and love freedom, entrepreneurship, success, financial literacy,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

ARTICOLI di Rino Cammilleri
Chi vuole distruggere Giorgia Meloni?

ARTICOLI di Rino Cammilleri

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 11:48


TESTO DELL'ARTICOLO ➜ www.bastabugie.it/it/articoli.php?id=7150CHI VUOLE DISTRUGGERE GIORGIA MELONI? di Rino CammilleriScusate se, giunto al fin della licenza, pongo una domanda alla Bertoldo: ma che votiamo a fare? Campagna elettorale al calor bianco, se in questo sito liberale pubblico una recensione culturale, ci sono lettori che sbuffano perché ho derogato dal Di Maio-Letta-Meloni-Salvini-Renzi-Calenda. A me però viene in mente il verso di Battiato, il famoso cantautore del boh: «Quante stupide galline che si azzuffano per niente».Sì, perché proprio i frequentatori di questo sito dovrebbero sapere come andrà a finire. Ok, il centrodestra vincerà (salvo saponette sotto al piede last minute). E poi? Ricordate Salvini ministro degli Interni? Due rinvii a giudizio. Due! L'ha sfangata? Buon per lui, ma la famosa immunità parlamentare serviva proprio ad evitare che un politico fosse costretto a perdere tempo prezioso in cause. L'avversario si azzoppa anche intralciandolo. Ebbene, immaginate che cosa succederà a un governo di centrodestra. Proprio chi qui mi legge dovrebbe sapere bene quale è stato il calvario di Berlusconi: li ebbe tutti addosso, interni ed esterni. Merkel, Sarkozy, spread, mercati, poteri forti, finanza internazionale, Soros, giornali, media mondiali, nani&ballerine. Perfino Veronica Ciccone, in arte (si fa per dire) Madonna, venne a cantare in Italia con un video in cui tra i grandi cattivi della storia ci aveva messo il Cavaliere, sicura di strappare l'applauso di tutti color-che-contano qui e in the world.La nostra magistratura è stata riportata all'imparzialità? No. I direttori di testata sono tornati al giornalismo puro? No. La Rai è tornata al pluralismo? No. E allora, ripeto, che votiamo a fare? Il parlamento europeo ha fatto una standing ovation in sostegno al Gay Pride vietato dalla Serbia. Ed è da mò che condanna Polonia e Ungheria per gli stessi motivi, cui si aggiunge l'aborto che in Polonia è crollato del 92% da quando il governo ha vietato quello eugenetico (il che la dice tutta).Orban viene portato a esempio di bestia nera malgrado sia stato votato da praticamente tutti gli ungheresi. I polacchi, romantici come al solito (di loro si ricorda l'eroica carica di cavalleria contro i panzer tedeschi), per odio storico contro i russi mandano armi, uomini, soldi a Zelensky, e hanno accolto mezza Ucraina quantunque non possano permetterselo economicamente. A loro, però, zero Pnrr: non sono democratici perché non consentono l'aborto a go-go e non esaltano i Gay Pride. Orban, meno romantico è più furbo, piglia il gas da Putin e non dovrà cuocere il gulash senza fuoco. Aspettiamo Madonna, nani&ballerine esibire la sua faccia coi baffetti alla Hitler.Ma guardiamoci, noi italiani: è una settimana che stiamo incollati ai funerali della regina, e chissenefrega del Britannia. I peggiori nemici del nostro benessere stanno nella City e a Wall Street, ma chi lo dice è un complottista antiamericano.Berlusconi, reo di voler difendere le ragioni del suo Paese, dovette piegarsi a far la guerra a Gheddafi, che era come tagliarsi le gambe da soli. Per dire. Ebbene, la Meloni, se vincerà lei, lo sa bene; infatti prima della campagna era andata a farsi dare la benedizione dai conservatives americani. Da qui il suo sostegno a una guerra ucraina i cui perdenti siamo noi, come sa bene. Non aveva altra scelta: chi vuol comandare in Italia deve chiedere il permesso agli americani. Ma appena si azzarderà a (cercare di) fare gli interessi nazionali, si scatenerà il solito inferno.Da qui la reiterata domanda: ma che votiamo a fare? Badate non è un invito all'astensione (che è ciò che vogliono i nostri avversari: comandare senza l'intralcio di elezioni), perché votare serve almeno a contarci e far sapere all'avversario da che parte sta il popolo. Ma prepariamoci a far scorte di valium.Nota di BastaBugie: Luca Volontè nell'articolo seguente dal titolo "Allarme europeo (in malafede) sulla Meloni" spiega perché la prospettiva di un'Italia governata dal centrodestra (a guida Fratelli d'Italia) ridesta paure strumentali agitate da media e governi europei (mentre Polonia e Ungheria si congratulano e anche la Russia è disponibile a collaborare, a certe condizioni).Ecco l'articolo completo pubblicato su La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana il 27 settembre 2022:Fascisti eredi di Mussolini, pericolosi attentatori dell'Europa... la zizzania sparsa da Letta e dalla sinistra illiberale ha attecchito. Al di là degli insulti ignoranti, si apre uno spazio da protagonista per l'Italia in Europa, nel Mediterraneo e per la pace in Ucraina. Una premessa è nota ma d'obbligo: Già Alleanza Nazionale, con la svolta di Fiuggi, aveva tagliato le proprie radici con ogni ispirazione fascista, tant'è che Pino Rauti e altri fondarono il Movimento Sociale Fiamma Tricolore. A maggior ragione, Fratelli d'Italia, nato nel 2012 e presentatosi sin dalle elezioni del 2013, non ha nulla nel suo programma e tra i suoi principi ispiratori che possa rifarsi alle esperienze fasciste, tanto meno quella di Benito Mussolini. Inoltre, Giorgia Meloni è stata eletta Presidente dei Conservatori europei (ECR) lo scorso 29 settembre 2020, non di una famiglia politica europea di "estrema destra".Non c'è alcuna buona fede nei commenti dei giornali internazionali, piuttosto livore ideologico per l'ennesima sconfitta della sinistra e della sua "supposta superiorità morale". Partiamo. AlJazeera scova commentatori allarmati del pericolo neofascista in Italia, allo stesso modo si legge della preoccupazione del fascismo di ritorno in Italia sui giornali turchi, tra i quali l'Hurriyetdaily accusa la Meloni di aver forgiato il suo partito sull'eredità del fascismo e Benito Mussolini, mentre il DailySabah si spinge sino a vedere nella Meloni un nuovo Mussolini. La Turchia teme di rivedere un'Italia che finalmente si riappropri del proprio ruolo nel Medio Oriente e nel Mediterraneo, i suoi giornali usano toni indegni.In Spagna, Francia e Germania i partiti di governo e quotidiani hanno espresso anch'essi preoccupazione per i risultati delle elezioni italiane. Il ministro degli Esteri spagnolo Jose Manuel Albares ha dichiarato che il voto italiano è stato legittimo ma ha lamentato che alcune forze politiche mirano a seguire «il modello di Putin... che è autoritario e non crede nella pluralità o nella diversità» e lanciato il malocchio sull'Italia dicendo che il «populismo finisce sempre allo stesso modo: con una catastrofe». A spalleggiare il governo Sanchez, è stato anche stavolta l'editoriale de El Pais, dove troviamo un crogiolo di accuse insulse sulla "stella fascista" che guida la Meloni e la sua idea poco femminista – perché pro-life – sulle donne. Proprio ieri, però, la ex vicepresidente del governo ed esponente socialista Carmen Calvo, ha accusato l'esecutivo di voler distruggere tutta la legislazione sull'eguaglianza femminile, dopo l'approvazione della Legge Trans. Chi è contro le donne?Peggio la Francia dove, interpellata dalla radio francese BFMTV, il primo ministro Elisabeth Borne ha detto di esser pronta, insieme alla Unione europea, a vigilare perché «ogni Stato deve essere in linea con i valori europei, sullo stato di diritto, sui diritti umani, tra i quali il rispetto del diritto all'aborto». La Borne avrebbe ben altro da fare: guida un governo di minoranza e avrà difficoltà ad approvare la "legge di bilancio", nel quale recentemente due esponenti di spicco di Verdi e dei Socialisti si sono dovuti dimettere per le accuse di violenze e tutto l'ufficio di presidenza della commissione sull'incesto, istituita dopo gli scandali della sinistra, lamenta la grave disattenzione dell'esecutivo. Più prudente il presidente Macron che, rispetta i risultati elettorali e si augura, «come vicini e amici, di continuare a lavorare insieme». Per Le Monde invece il successo della Meloni, per la prima volta dalla Marcia su Roma di Benito Mussolini, è un pericolo mortale per l'Europa, visti i risultati delle destre in Svezia e della Le Pen in Francia.In Germania, il vice-portavoce del Cancelliere Olaf Scholz, si è limitato a dire che «l'Italia è un Paese molto favorevole all'Europa, con cittadini molto favorevoli all'Europa e presumiamo che questo non cambierà». Su Der Spiegel fanno capolino le accuse all'Italia spendacciona, con i soldi europei, mentre DW dà ampio spazio a tutti coloro che legano FdI e Meloni al fascismo, Mussolini e la definiscono (come in altri quotidiani) di "estrema destra" per voler promuovere "Dio, patria e famiglia".Il brillante Eric Mamer, portavoce della Commissione EU, dice che la Commissione spera "di avere una cooperazione costruttiva con le autorità italiane", dopo la formazione del nuovo governo. Un passo avanti, dopo le volgari ingerenze della Von der Leyen descritte su La Bussola i giorni scorsi. L'"house organ" della sinistra globalista, Politico, si diletta a paragonare gli anni di Mussolini con il prossimo governo della Meloni, il The Guardian, dopo aver ospitato le farneticanti analisi di Roberto Saviano, si preoccupa per inesistenti discriminazioni verso gli Lgbtqi e la permanenza dell'Italia nella Ue.Tutti i leaders conservatori europei hanno invece espresso le congratulazioni per il successo del centrodestra e della Meloni (il polacco Mateusz Morawiecki e l'ungherese Viktor Orban in primis). Le tre superpotenze? La Cina rimane contrariata dalla dichiarazione della Meloni sul ritiro italiano dalla "Via della Seta" e il sostegno a Taiwan, gli Usa con Antony Blinken sono «pronti a lavorare con il nuovo governo», mentre dal Cremlino Dmitry Peskov dice che la Russia è pronta «ad accogliere qualsiasi forza politica che sia in grado... di dimostrare un atteggiamento più imparziale e costruttivo verso il nostro Paese». Mosca così apre ad un possibile impegno diplomatico italiano.

Zukunft gestalten - Der Podcast der Bertelsmann Stiftung
Zeitenwende: Stresstest für die Welt

Zukunft gestalten - Der Podcast der Bertelsmann Stiftung

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 45:26


Der russische Präsident Wladimir Putin spielt auf Zeit. Er versucht, Europa zu zermürben. „Deshalb müssen wir als Europäer:innen zusammenhalten. Wir dürfen uns nicht auseinander dividieren lassen“, sagt Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook. Die Deutsch-Amerikanerin ist seit August 2022 Senior Advisor im Programm „Europas Zukunft“ der Bertelsmann Stiftung. Wie gut sie sich mit der internationalen Politik auskennt, zeigt sie als Gast der 21. Folge des Podcasts „Zukunft gestalten“ der Bertelsmann Stiftung mit Malva Sucker und Jochen Arntz. Sie sei erleichtert, wie viel Führung von Brüssel ausgehe, sagt Clüver Ashbrook. Die Kommission habe schnell und effektiv reagiert, sie habe es geschafft, eine Ankerfunktion einzunehmen. Gefährdet werde das, wenn der demokratische und politische Zusammenhalt leide. „Die Rechten in Frankreich und in Italien spielen Putin in die Hand“, mahnt sie. Putin nutze bewusst pseudo-demokratische Begriffe, nur um im gleichen Moment das Völkerrecht zu untergraben. Um so wichtiger sei es, die USA als starken Verbündeten Europas zu haben. „Ohne sie wäre ein EU-Verteidigungsbündnis nicht möglich.“Wie viel Gemeinsamkeiten die USA und Europa, vor allem Deutschland, haben, wollen beide Seiten einmal mehr beim deutsch-amerikanischen Zukunftsforum in Münster unter Beweis stellen. „Technologie und Demokratie" ist dann das Thema – und Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook ist einmal mehr mittendrin. Weiterführende Links:https://globaleurope.eu/https://eupinions.eu/de/home Projekt: Europas Zukunft Publikationen: www.bertelsmann-stiftung.de/podcastSchreibt uns an podcast@bertelsmann-stiftung.de oder auf https://www.instagram.com/bertelsmannstiftung/

60 Minutes
9/25/2022: Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Jan 6, Saving Coral Reefs

60 Minutes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 42:23 Very Popular


On this edition of “60 Minutes,” Scott Pelley sits down with Secretary of State Antony Blinken to talk about hot-button issues including the U.S. response to Russia's war on Ukraine, tensions with China and more. Bill Whitaker goes deeper into the Jan 6 insurrection and the continuing investigation. Anderson Cooper goes diving with marine biologist hoping to save coral reefs.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Daily News Brief by TRT World
September 26, 2022

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 2:33


*) Giorgia Meloni's far-right triumphs in Italy vote Giorgia Meloni looks set to become Italy's first woman prime minister at the head of its most right-wing government since World War Two. Near-final results show the rightist bloc should have a solid majority in both houses of parliament. Meloni has said she is ready to govern for "all Italians". Her success in the general elections represents a seismic change in Italy — a founding member of the European Union — and for the EU, just weeks after the far-right outperformed in elections in Sweden. *) US warns Russia of 'catastrophic' consequences of nuclear strike The United States has warned Russia privately of "catastrophic" consequences if it uses nuclear weapons as part of the Ukraine conflict, according to top US officials. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, in an interview, has confirmed reports that the US has sent private warnings to Russia to steer clear of nuclear war. Jake Sullivan, President Joe Biden's national security advisor, has said in a separate interview that the US has warned Russia at "very high levels" against using nuclear arms. *) Iranians protest for 10th night, defying judiciary warning Iranians defied a warning from the judiciary and took to the streets for a 10th consecutive night on Sunday to protest the death of a young woman in the custody of morality police. Public anger has flared since authorities announced the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who had been held for allegedly wearing a hijab headscarf in an improper way. At least 41 people have died since the unrest began, mostly protesters but including members of Iran's security forces, according to an official toll. Other sources say the real figure is higher. *) Five rescuers killed in Philippine typhoon Five rescuers have been killed in the Philippines after being sent to a flooded community during a powerful typhoon, authorities have said. The strongest storm to hit the Philippines this year has swept across the main island of Luzon, toppling trees and flooding low-lying communities. The Philippines is regularly ravaged by storms, with scientists warning they are becoming more powerful as the world gets warmer because of the climate crisis. *) Rihanna to headline Super Bowl halftime show Superstar Rihanna will headline the Super Bowl halftime show in February, the main event sponsor Apple Music has announced. The move marks a long-awaited return to performing for the Barbadian-born 34-year-old singer, who had previously turned down the gig in protest. For the past few years, the singer behind the hits "Diamonds" and "Umbrella" has put music aside, at least publicly, to focus on her various businesses.

News Headlines in Morse Code at 10 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv People smuggler I get clients to sign a waiver Kenya Kiambu building collapse Rescue efforts under way Hundreds of thousands without power in Atlantic Canada after Fiona rumbles north Pound sterling Currency hits all time low against dollar Italy elections Giorgia Melonis right wing alliance ahead Deadly gun attack at Russian school Gov. Gavin Newsom rejects mandatory kindergarten law Pressure on Kwarteng as sterling slide continues Meadows texts reveal direct White House communications with pro Trump operative behind plans to seize voting machines Italy election victors aim for rare political stability Family travel world before children go blind Suspect, 2 victims IDd after chaotic unsanctioned car rally in Wildwood turns deadly WITH RAW VIDEO Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Russias war in Ukraine, U.S. China Relations, the Iran nuclear deal and more Liz Cheney If Donald Trump is the nominee, I wont be a Republican. Live Updates Now Hurricane Ians path shifts closer to Sarasota Manatee, hurricane watch in effect Shinzo Abe Why a state funeral for slain ex PM is controversial Rihanna to headline Super Bowl half time show At least 7 children among dead after attacker opens fire at school in Russia Nasa spacecraft lining up to smash into an asteroid

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Liz Cheney If Donald Trump is the nominee, I wont be a Republican. At least 7 children among dead after attacker opens fire at school in Russia Shinzo Abe Why a state funeral for slain ex PM is controversial Deadly gun attack at Russian school Gov. Gavin Newsom rejects mandatory kindergarten law Italy elections Giorgia Melonis right wing alliance ahead Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Russias war in Ukraine, U.S. China Relations, the Iran nuclear deal and more Nasa spacecraft lining up to smash into an asteroid Family travel world before children go blind Italy election victors aim for rare political stability Live Updates Now Hurricane Ians path shifts closer to Sarasota Manatee, hurricane watch in effect Pound sterling Currency hits all time low against dollar Kenya Kiambu building collapse Rescue efforts under way Rihanna to headline Super Bowl half time show Pressure on Kwarteng as sterling slide continues People smuggler I get clients to sign a waiver Hundreds of thousands without power in Atlantic Canada after Fiona rumbles north Suspect, 2 victims IDd after chaotic unsanctioned car rally in Wildwood turns deadly WITH RAW VIDEO Meadows texts reveal direct White House communications with pro Trump operative behind plans to seize voting machines

News Headlines in Morse Code at 20 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Family travel world before children go blind Deadly gun attack at Russian school People smuggler I get clients to sign a waiver Gov. Gavin Newsom rejects mandatory kindergarten law Kenya Kiambu building collapse Rescue efforts under way Italy election victors aim for rare political stability Meadows texts reveal direct White House communications with pro Trump operative behind plans to seize voting machines Suspect, 2 victims IDd after chaotic unsanctioned car rally in Wildwood turns deadly WITH RAW VIDEO Shinzo Abe Why a state funeral for slain ex PM is controversial Hundreds of thousands without power in Atlantic Canada after Fiona rumbles north At least 7 children among dead after attacker opens fire at school in Russia Liz Cheney If Donald Trump is the nominee, I wont be a Republican. Rihanna to headline Super Bowl half time show Nasa spacecraft lining up to smash into an asteroid Live Updates Now Hurricane Ians path shifts closer to Sarasota Manatee, hurricane watch in effect Italy elections Giorgia Melonis right wing alliance ahead Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Russias war in Ukraine, U.S. China Relations, the Iran nuclear deal and more Pressure on Kwarteng as sterling slide continues Pound sterling Currency hits all time low against dollar

News Headlines in Morse Code at 25 WPM

Morse code transcription: vvv vvv People smuggler I get clients to sign a waiver Hundreds of thousands without power in Atlantic Canada after Fiona rumbles north Family travel world before children go blind Live Updates Now Hurricane Ians path shifts closer to Sarasota Manatee, hurricane watch in effect Nasa spacecraft lining up to smash into an asteroid At least 7 children among dead after attacker opens fire at school in Russia Gov. Gavin Newsom rejects mandatory kindergarten law Liz Cheney If Donald Trump is the nominee, I wont be a Republican. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Russias war in Ukraine, U.S. China Relations, the Iran nuclear deal and more Shinzo Abe Why a state funeral for slain ex PM is controversial Italy election victors aim for rare political stability Suspect, 2 victims IDd after chaotic unsanctioned car rally in Wildwood turns deadly WITH RAW VIDEO Kenya Kiambu building collapse Rescue efforts under way Meadows texts reveal direct White House communications with pro Trump operative behind plans to seize voting machines Pressure on Kwarteng as sterling slide continues Italy elections Giorgia Melonis right wing alliance ahead Deadly gun attack at Russian school Rihanna to headline Super Bowl half time show Pound sterling Currency hits all time low against dollar

Radiocable.com - Radio por Internet » Audio
Europa anuncia más sanciones y EE.UU. “no permitirá que Putin se salga con la suya” en nombre del “orden internacional”

Radiocable.com - Radio por Internet » Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 0:01


Josep Borrell, alto representante de la Unión para Asuntos Exteriores, anuncia más sanciones contra Rusia, al tiempo que Antony Blinken, advierte: «No permitiremos que Putin se salga con la

NOW Tonight with Joshua Johnson
Thursday, September 22, 2022

NOW Tonight with Joshua Johnson

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 49:49


Hurricane Fiona has its sights set on Bermuda. Its aftermath has left a large number of people in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic without power or running water. Then, Secretary of State Antony Blinken did not mince words when he called on Russia to end its war of aggression. We'll sit down with the director of a new documentary that relives the hellish chaos of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Abortions are legal again in Indiana — at least for now. And we'll look back at the beauty and significance of New York's first ever South Asian fashion week.

Defense & Aerospace Report
Defense & Aerospace Podcast [Washington Roundtable Sep 23, '22]

Defense & Aerospace Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 52:49


On this Washington Roundtable episode of the Defense & Aerospace Report Podcast, sponsored by Bell, our guests are Dov Zakheim, PhD, former DoD comptroller, now with the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Dr. Patrick Cronin of the Hudson Institute, Jim Townsend, a former deputy assistant secretary of defense for Europe and NATO who is now with the Center for a New American Security and Michael Herson of American Defense International. Topics: — Update on National Defense Authorization Act and continuing resolution as lawmakers gear up for campaign season — Congressional support for additional Ukraine aid — Impact of former President Trump's legal woes on support among Republican lawmakers and the party's base — Vladimir Putin's move to annex Donbas and Luhansk as well as renewed nuclear threat to deter further US and European support for Ukraine and half Kyiv's efforts to regain its territory — Whether Putin's gambit will prevent Western aid or Ukraine's advance, or the call up of 300,000 reservists will change the course of the war given poor Russian leadership and morale — World leaders' response to Putin at the United Nation's annual General Assembly meeting — How Washington and its allies can deter Putin from using nuclear or unconventional weapons or respond should he do so — The failure to deter Russia from invading Ukraine, precipitating an expensive war, and how it should change the approach to deterring China from moving against Taiwan — President Biden's latest unambiguous declaration that the United States will defend Taiwan if Beijing invades — Meeting between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to address mounting Taiwan and other tensions on sidelines of UN General Assembly gathering — UN report on North Korean nuclear weapons and strategic missiles — The message the port visit of the USS Ronald Reagan to Busan sends to Pyongyang and Beijing — The outlook for the Iranian regime in the wake of mass demonstrations following the death of a 16-year-old girl who was killed by the government's religious police for wearing her hijab too loosely — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Yerevan, becoming the highest ranking American official to visit Armenia since its independence, and subsequent cease fire after Azerbaijan's latest attack on Armenia

TOPFM MAURITIUS
Le Journal de 08h00 de ce vendredi 23 septembre 2022

TOPFM MAURITIUS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 20:56


--La fonctionnaire Nisha Kowlessur ayant mis fin à ses jours : « Trop de pression pour les employés ,il y a un manque de personnel dans les ministères » regrette Randhir Kalliah,le porte-parole du syndicat du Procurement and Supply !! --Plusieurs graves accidents sur nos routes ces jours-ci : Un cycliste y laisse la vie a Glen-Park, et 2 blessés lors d'une collision entre 2 voitures près de l'autopont de Phoenix, hier --Adrien Duval traduit en cour de Rose-Hill ce matin ;Pas de remise en liberté conditionnelle pour William Martin, l'autre occupant de la voiture !! --Akil Bissessur obtient une injonction interdisant son interrogatoire après la plainte de l'ASP Ashik Jagai !! --L'ACIM se bat sans relâche contre le prix élevé des carburants : les mauriciens ne peuvent plus continuer à subir cette injustice, cette surtaxation !", s'insurge Jayen Chellum --Gestion du pays : ‘Je suis contre une révision des pouvoirs premiers ministériels, mais il faut y avoir des garde-fous' dit RitishRamful... !! -- Leadership du MMM: ‘Mo pas pou faire narien pou favorise ou block Joanna, c'est bane instances du parti kipou décider quand le moment arriver' dit Paul Bérenger... !! -- Au Caudan Arts Centre : vibrant hommage à Édouard Maunick ; ‘pourquoi le pays n'a rien fait pour honorer la mort de ce grand Mauricien qui est considéré comme un de nos plus grands poètes', déplore Jacques Maunick !! -- Nombreuses condamnations, depuis lundi, à la tribune de l'ONU depuis les déclarations du Président russe :« On ne peut pas laisser le président Poutine s'en tirer comme ça »,avertit Antony Blinken !!

Nuus
Dinge het warm geraak by die VN se Veiligheidsraad

Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 0:30


Dinge het redelik warm geraak by die sessie van die VN se Veiligheidsraad. Antony Blinken, die Amerikaanse minister van buitelandse sake het intelligensie met die raad gedeel wat toon dat Rusland blykbaar ‘n situasie gaan skep om ‘n groot aanval op die Oekraïne te regverdig. Hy sê een man het die oorlog begin, en een man kan dit eindig. Hy sê dis ‘n oorlog wat deur ‘n keuse veroorsaak is.

Tipping Point with Kara McKinney
September 22, 2022: Connor Freeman, Curtis Houck, Daniel Tomlinson, Barak Lurie, and Robert Spencer

Tipping Point with Kara McKinney

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 52:57


One of the Ukraine coup plotters that helped stoke war with Russia in the first place sits behind Secretary of State Antony Blinken today at the U.N. General Assembly as nukes are discussed - I'm so happy the adults are back in charge. Plus, a previously deported illegal alien is arrested and put into the handcuffs of the officer he is alleged to have killed in a drunk driving hit-and-run. Finally, a fake hate hoax is replaced by actual vitriol leveled at Mormons, yet no one seems to care about the story anymore.

Headline News
U.S. should learn lessons from severely impacted China-U.S. relations: Chinese FM

Headline News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 4:45


Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has told U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken that China-U.S. relations have been severely impacted, and the lessons should be learned by the U.S. side.

CNN News Briefing
5 PM ET: Security Council talks Russia, US sanctions morality police, Fiona heads north & more

CNN News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 4:28


We start this evening with a few choice words US Secretary of State Antony Blinken had for Russian President Vladimir Putin during a UN Security Council meeting today. The US says it's sanctioning Iran's morality police following the death of a woman in custody who allegedly violated the country's modesty laws. An abortion ban in Indiana that went into effect last week has been blocked until a legal challenge to the law plays out in court. Hurricane Fiona is making its way north towards Bermuda and Canada, and residents are bracing for the Category 4 storm. Plus, a long-overdue official map of US time zones is in the making.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Pastor Greg Young
David Lowery Jr.: We must get back to American values of faith, family and putting God first / Guest Sean Nelson

Pastor Greg Young

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 60:01


David Lowery Jr. we must get back to American values of faith, family and putting God first. We have to get our house in order before we can address the world. Sean Nelson ADF International discusses a letter sent to Secretary of State Antony Blinken asking that Nigeria be returned to the list of Countries of Particular Concern. This letter is signed by a variety of dignitaries and leaders of ministry in Nigeria expressing concerns of severe religious persecution.

Newshour
Hundreds found in mass grave in Izyum

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 47:32


Condemnation of Moscow has continued to build after the discovery of more than four hundred bodies in a newly-recaptured area of Ukraine. The European Union's foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell accused Russian forces of inhuman behaviour. The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, said Russia has behaved "horrifically." Also in the programme: bank heists in Lebanon; and the relationship between Wales and the monarchy. (PHOTO: Ukrainian emergency workers prepare to exhume bodies from graves in Izyum. CREDIT:EPA/OLEG PETRASYUK)

Holyoke Media Podcasts
Síntesis informativa, 15 de septiembre de 2022.

Holyoke Media Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 2:00


Holyoke Media, en asociación con WHMP radio, emiten diariamente la Síntesis informativa en español a través del 101.5 FM y en el 1240 / 1400 AM. Esta es la síntesis informativa del jueves 15 de septiembre de 2022: - A medida que los cruces fronterizos se han disparado a niveles récord, la administración del presidente de los Estados Unidos, Joe Biden, presiona silenciosamente a México para que acepte más migrantes de Cuba, Nicaragua y Venezuela bajo una orden de expulsión de COVID-19 que la Casa Blanca ha buscado públicamente poner fin, dijeron siete funcionarios estadounidenses y tres mexicanos. El secretario de Estado, Antony Blinken, expresó su preocupación por un número creciente de cruces de migrantes de los tres países durante una visita el lunes a la Ciudad de México, pero México no prometió ninguna acción específica. Un funcionario estadounidense dijo que tratar de convencer a México para que esté de acuerdo es "una batalla cuesta arriba". México ya acepta el retorno estadounidense de migrantes de Guatemala, Honduras y El Salvador. En lo que va de año fiscal, unas 299.000 personas de esas naciones han sido expulsadas en la frontera, frente a unos 9.000 retornados desde Cuba, Nicaragua y Venezuela. El esfuerzo de Estados Unidos para presionar a México sobre estas tres nacionalidades en particular ilustra la profundidad de la preocupación dentro de la administración demócrata de Biden sobre sus cruces fronterizos. A la mayoría de los inmigrantes de Cuba, Nicaragua y Venezuela que cruzan a Estados Unidos se les permite quedarse para presentar solicitudes de asilo, ya que son difíciles de deportar debido a las frías relaciones diplomáticas con sus gobiernos. La administración de Biden ha buscado públicamente poner fin a la orden de salud COVID, conocida como Título 42. Emitida a principios de 2020 bajo el expresidente republicano Donald Trump, permite a las autoridades fronterizas de EE. UU. expulsar rápidamente a migrantes a México u otros países sin la posibilidad de buscar asilo en EEUU. Un juez federal designado por Trump en Louisiana impidió que la administración terminara la orden a principios de este año, incluso cuando los funcionarios de salud de EE. UU. dijeron que ya no era necesaria para protegerse contra la propagación de COVID. Pero a puerta cerrada, algunos funcionarios de Biden todavía ven la expansión de las expulsiones como una forma de disuadir a los que cruzan, dijo uno de los funcionarios estadounidenses, incluso si contradice el mensaje más acogedor del Partido Demócrata hacia los inmigrantes. Dos funcionarios mexicanos dijeron que México no quiere recibir cubanos, nicaragüenses y venezolanos expulsados ​​de Estados Unidos porque esos países también se resisten a aceptar vuelos de deportación desde México. FUENTE: REUTERS - Como parte del inicio del Mes Nacional de la Herencia Hispana en Estados Unidos, este jueves 15 de septiembre, varias actividades se llevarán a cabo para celebrar la herencia de los países de habla hispana y las comunidades que viven dentro de los Estados Unidos. La Ciudad de Holyoke celebrará el inicio del mes de la herencia hispana con una ceremonia de proclamación en el edificio de la alcaldía a las 4:30 pm. Por otra parte, los museos de Springfield ofrecerán un evento especial titulado Salsa en los Museos que por primera vez ofrece la oportunidad de juntar líderes comunitarios y organizaciones culturales en la celebración del Mes de la Herencia Hispana con baile de salsa, actividades para niños, música en vivo y camiones de comida. El evento se llevará a cabo de 4:00 a 8:00 pm y la entrada es gratuita y abierta al público en general. FUENTE: HOLYOKE MEDIA

Oral Arguments for the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit

Julie Beberman v. Antony Blinken

Ana Francisca Vega
Programa completo Mvs Noticias presenta a Ana Francisca Vega 12 septiembre 2022

Ana Francisca Vega

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 100:32


Reunión del Secretario de estado de EU, Antony Blinken con equipo de AMLO; Funerales de la reina Isabel II; Presupuesto de egresos; Análisis de Ezra Shabot; Mauricio Kuri, gobernador de Querétaro habla sobre la Alianza y la GN

Expansión Daily: Lo que hay que saber
Antony Blinken en Palacio Nacional, Ebrard en la contienda del 2024 y conceden prisión domiciliaria a Félix Gallardo

Expansión Daily: Lo que hay que saber

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 20:06


Crimen organizado, armas y drogas abren nuevo frente en la relación México-EUSummit: Marcelo Ebrard: "Mi momento es ahora; llevo 40 años preparándome"Jueza ordena restablecer las Escuelas de tiempo completoJuez concede prisión domiciliaria a Miguel Ángel Félix GallardoUsuarios por fin podrán pedir Uber o DiDi en el AICMMaca Carriedo y Javier Garza comentan las notas más destacadas de la jornada. Compártenos tus opiniones en Instagram: @expansion.dailyMás información en expansion.mx

Manuel López San Martín
"Políticas energéticas de México no fue un tema central en reunión de AMLO y Antony Blinken"

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:39


En entrevista Roberto Velasco, jefe de la Unidad para América del Norte de la SRE, señaló que también se habló de seguridad, economía, migración y cambio climático

Manuel López San Martín
"EU y Canadá saldrían beneficiados si México se une al paquete de inversión"

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 4:45


En colaboración Eduardo Torreblanca, experto en temas económicos, señaló que la invitación del gobierno estadounidense "es una oportunidad de oro" para López Obrador.

Ana Francisca Vega
"Reunión con Blinken sirvió para mostrarle a AMLO lo que representa México para EU y Canadá"

Ana Francisca Vega

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 11:36


En colaboración Ezra Shabot, analista político, consideró que Tatiana Clouthier y Gina Raimondo pudieron resolver las diferencias en una reunión a parte.

C dans l'air
L'UKRAINE A GAGNÉ UNE BATAILLE… ET LA GUERRE ? - 13/09/22

C dans l'air

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 63:22


Les experts : FRANÇOIS CLEMENCEAU Rédacteur en chef international - « Le Journal du Dimanche » PIERRE HAROCHE Chercheur en sécurité européenne Institut de Recherche Stratégique de l'École Militaire RYM MOMTAZ Chercheuse en politique étrangère et de défense International Institute for Strategic Studies ARMELLE CHARRIER Éditorialiste en politique internationale - « France 24 » La contre-offensive ukrainienne se poursuit à marche forcée. Selon Volodymyr Zelensky, depuis le début du mois de septembre, les soldats ukrainiens « ont déjà libéré 6.000 km2 de territoire dans l'Est et le Sud, et nous continuons d'avancer ». La progression rapide des forces de Kiev s'est poursuivie lundi jusqu'à la frontière russe ainsi qu'au nord du Donbass, où les troupes russes en difficulté ont été contraintes de se replier en urgence et dans un grand désordre. C'est le plus lourd revers pour les Russes depuis le début de l'invasion et une victoire importante pour les Ukrainiens. Mais quelles sont les raisons du succès de cette contre-attaque des troupes de Kiev ? Comment expliquer l'effondrement en quelques jours des lignes russes ? Est-ce un moment de bascule dans le conflit ? L'Ukraine peut-elle gagner ? D'après le secrétaire d'État américain Antony Blinken, il est « trop tôt » pour anticiper le résultat de la contre-offensive de l'armée ukrainienne car « les Russes maintiennent des forces très significatives » dans le pays, « mais clairement nous avons des progrès significatifs de la part des Ukrainiens particulièrement dans le nord-est ». « C'est le résultat du soutien que nous avons fourni mais d'abord et avant tout c'est le résultat de l'extraordinaire courage et résilience des forces armées ukrainiennes et du peuple ukrainien » a estimé l'émissaire de Joe Biden qui la semaine dernière à Kiev a annoncé une nouvelle aide supplémentaire sous forme de livraisons d'armements, de munitions et de systèmes d'artillerie. Dans son bulletin quotidien, le ministère britannique de la Défense a lui affirmé ce mardi que les forces russes destinées à mener des contre-offensives en cas de guerre avec l'Otan « sont sévèrement dégradées ». « La 1re armée blindée de la garde (...), qui a subi de lourdes pertes dans la phase initiale de la guerre, n'a pas pu être entièrement reconstituée avant la contre-offensive ukrainienne à Kharkiv », est-il indiqué. « Il faudra probablement des années à la Russie pour reconstruire cette capacité ». De son côté l'état-major russe a reconnu l'abandon de ces positions, mais l'a présenté comme un regroupement de ses forces et a affirmé bombarder les zones récupérées par les soldats ukrainiens. Mais en Russie, des voix s'élèvent contre la stratégie du Kremlin. Certains députés municipaux russes ont même exigé la démission de Vladimir Poutine qu'ils accusent de « trahison » et d'avoir replongé la Russie dans la guerre froide. Impensable il y a encore quelques mois, la guerre en Ukraine a poussé la Finlande et la Suède à réexaminer leur relative « neutralité » et à envisager d'adhérer à l'Otan. Parallèlement, l'Union européenne a accordé à l'Ukraine le statut de pays candidat à l'UE et continue de fournir un soutien à Kiev, sur les plans militaire, financier, humanitaire et politique. Quand en Géorgie, exclue du processus d'élargissement de l'Union, dizaines de milliers de militants pro-européens ont manifesté début juillet pour demander la démission du gouvernement. DIFFUSION : du lundi au samedi à 17h45 FORMAT : 65 minutes PRÉSENTATION : Caroline Roux - Axel de Tarlé REDIFFUSION : du lundi au vendredi vers 23h40 RÉALISATION : Nicolas Ferraro, Bruno Piney, Franck Broqua, Alexandre Langeard, Corentin Son PRODUCTION : France Télévisions / Maximal Productions Retrouvez C DANS L'AIR sur internet & les réseaux : INTERNET : francetv.fr FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/Cdanslairf5 TWITTER : https://twitter.com/cdanslair INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/cdanslair/

Ana Francisca Vega
"Hubo una discusión franca sobre políticas energéticas de México en la reunión de AMLO y Blinken"

Ana Francisca Vega

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 9:56


En entrevista Roberto Velasco, jefe de la Unidad para América del Norte de la SRE, insistió que el encuentro entre López Obrador y Antony Blinken se dio con respeto.

Luis Cárdenas
Seguridad, control de armas y comercio, temas centrales entre EU y México

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 8:27


En entrevista con Luis Cárdenas, Esteban Moctezuma, embajador de México en Estados Unidos (EU), habló sobre la reunión entre Antony Blinken, secretario de Estado de EU y Andrés Manuel López Obrador, presidente de México.

Luis Cárdenas
Reunión entre México y EU abrió ventanas de oportunidad: Tatiana Clouthier

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 9:18


En entrevista con Luis Cárdenas, Tatiana Clouthier, titular de la Secretaría de Economía, habló sobre la reunión entre Antony Blinken, secretario de Estado de EU y el presidente de México, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Luis Cárdenas
Programa completo Luis Cárdenas - 13 Septiembre 2022

Luis Cárdenas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 182:16


Seguridad, control de armas y comercio, temas centrales entre EU y México. Reunión entre México y EU abrió ventanas de oportunidad: Tatiana Clouthier. ¿Se anulará la elección y el triunfo de Américo Villarreal en Tamaulipas?.

Latinus Diario
Latinus Diario: 12 de septiembre

Latinus Diario

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 23:22


Seguridad y comercio, entre los temas de la visita de Antony Blinken a México; PAN mantiene en pausa alianza con PRI y “Alito” responde que pueden solos; Interpol emite ficha roja contra 3 implicados por derrumbe en “El Pinabete”.

Broojula
13 Septiembre, 2022 - DEAN 2.0

Broojula

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 19:40


Antony Blinken, llegó a la Ciudad de México para celebrar la segunda reunión anual del Diálogo Económico de Alto Nivel. Kenneth Smith Ramos, socio en AGON Economía, Derecho y Estrategia, nos habla al respecto. En otros temas: Jueza ordena restaurar todos los servicios de las escuelas de tiempo completo/ Ucrania recupera ciudades y zonas que estaban bajo el control de Rusia.

Hora América
Hora América - Visita oficial de Blinken a México para limar asperezas - 13/09/22

Hora América

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 30:02


Comenzamos el análisis semanal de la actualidad en México con los resultados de la visita oficial del secretario de Estado de Estados Unidos, Antony Blinken, tras la que los dos países han profundizado su cooperación y su compromiso con el crecimiento económico regional, la integración y su "larga asociación estratégica". Nos detenemos después en la situación de Nicaragua donde se agudiza la crisis política y social con detenciones, ataques a la Iglesia católica y el cierre de medios de comunicación; y en el anuncio de la reapertura de la frontera entre Colombia y Venezuela el 26 de septiembre. Conocemos también los detalles del Festival Boreal que abrirá sus puertas en Los Silos, Tenerife, este jueves 15 de septiembre con Argentina y Chile como países invitados. Escuchar audio

Así las cosas
El encuentro con Antony Blinken fue muy amistoso y constructivo

Así las cosas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 12:11


Roberto Velasco, jefe de unidad en la SRE

Tu dosis diaria de noticias
Cafecito bilateral

Tu dosis diaria de noticias

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:21


El secretario de Estado de Estados Unidos, Antony Blinken, visitó México para el Diálogo Económico de Alto Nivel y aprovechó para ver a AMLO en Palacio Nacional. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Noticentro
Antony Blinken se reúne en Palacio con AMLO

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 1:34


•Por inflación pagarán más impuestos •PAN crítica Paquete Económico 2023•Restablecen servicio de luz en BC•Más información en nuestro Podcast

Noticentro
AMLO se reunirá con Antony Blinken

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 1:11


•Extraditan a EU a ‘El Sillas'•Rey Carlos III se dirigió por primera vez al Parlamento británico•Más información en nuestro podcast

Astillero Informa con Julio Astillero
Mesa de análisis con Jorge Meléndez y Salvador Frausto - 12/septiembre/2022

Astillero Informa con Julio Astillero

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 34:01


Noticias de América
Demócratas esperan que Guardia Nacional mexicana sea el 'perro guardián de la frontera'

Noticias de América

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 2:33


RFI entrevistó a Jesús Rezendiz, economista y ex asesor de la bancada progresista de los demócratas y de la Cámara de Diputados de México sobre la reunión en México este lunes del jefe de la diplomacia estadounidense, Antony Blinken, y el presidente López Obrador en el marco del denominado Diálogo Económico de Alto Nivel. La reunión será sobre todo política, teniendo en cuenta las elecciones de noviembre en Estados Unidos, dice Rezendiz.  A menos de dos meses de las elecciones de medio mandato en Estados Unidos, la reunión Blinken –AMLO tendrá un tinte más político que económico. Aunque ese foro debería tratar la inversión en la frontera de México con Centroamérica, para evitar la migración, el tema de la seguridad, en particular el papel que debe desempeñar la Guardia Nacional mexicana, estará sobre la mesa, explicó a RFI el economista Jesús Rezendiz. “La columna vertebral de esa discusión va a estar enfocada a asegurar que el flujo migratorio se siga conteniendo en la frontera norte de México con Estados Unidos. Esto principalmente porque Estados Unidos está próximo a tener elecciones intermedias. Desde mi perspectiva, más que una (auténtica) mesa de discusión económica va a ser una mesa en donde se van a evaluar los avances que hay en el tema migratorio. Porque se acercan unas elecciones y vemos que el electorado de Estados Unidos se fija mucho en ese tema. México desempeña un papel importante como barrera de contención y por eso hubo una presión enorme en los partidos políticos aquí en México para que se aprobara la Ley de la Guardia Nacional. Ésta consiste en que la Guardia Nacional se incorpora al ejército mexicano. La Guardia Nacional ha sido uno de los mecanismos usados por el gobierno mexicano para contener el flujo migratorio hacia Estados Unidos. Y esto de alguna manera garantiza que la Guardia Nacional esté al servicio de estos objetivos”. RFI. ¿Podemos pensar entonces que el gobierno del presidente López Obrador seguirá la ruta de los gobiernos anteriores, entre otros, el de Peña Nieto, en el sentido de convertirse en ‘el perro guardián' de la frontera para frenar a los migrantes que pasan hacia Estados Unidos? Jesús Rezendiz. "Sí". RFI. ahora bien, si la intención de Estados Unidos es frenar que le lleguen migrantes, ¿porque no invertir para evitarlo? Jesús Rezendiz. "Pues definitivamente, eso sería lo ideal, es decir, que Estados Unidos inyectara una cantidad significativa de dólares en todas estas formas para generar empleo en todas esas economías (de América Latina) que prácticamente están desbaratadas. Pero dadas las condiciones que hay en Estados Unidos, la dinámica política, estamos viendo que el gobierno de Biden le tiene miedo a gastar de forma deficitaria. Lo que busca el gobierno de Estados Unidos es mantener un gasto público moderado, sobre todo por las presiones políticas que se vienen. El electorado (estadounidense) no ve con buenos ojos el hecho de que se esté gastando muchos más porque bajo el contexto de inflación se cree equivocadamente que es el gasto el que está generando estas presiones inflacionarias".

Daily Signal News
TOP NEWS | Dobbs Leak, Ben Shapiro, War in Ukraine | Sept. 9

Daily Signal News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 7:35


On today's Daily Signal Top News, we break down: Justice Neil Gorsuch says he hopes there will be news soon regarding who leaked the Dobbs draft decision back in May.Podcast Movement apologizes to conservative news site The Daily Wire following backlash over how it treated Ben Shapiro.U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken urges Europe in the face of rising energy prices from EuropeBrigham Young University reports there was no evidence to confirm a black Duke women's volleyball player's allegation that she was racially harassed at a game last month after concluding an investigation into the matter. Oberlin College says it will pay small family owned Gibson's Bakery nearly $37 million after the school lost a defamation lawsuit that began in 2016. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Noticentro
Fallece vocalista de Enanitos Verdes

Noticentro

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 2:36


•Antony Blinken viajará a México•Más información en nuestro podcast

PBS NewsHour - Full Show
September 8, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

PBS NewsHour - Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 53:19 Very Popular


Thursday on the NewsHour, Queen Elizabeth II dies after ruling for more than 70 years. We look back at the life of Britain's longest-reigning monarch. On a surprise visit, Secretary of State Antony Blinken announces more support for Ukraine's fight against Russian invaders. Plus, we take the pulse of voters about the U.S. economy and the investigations surrounding former President Trump. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

State of Ukraine
Blinken announces more security aid to Ukraine during a surprise visit

State of Ukraine

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 2:58


Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a surprise visit to Kyiv on Thursday to announce more security aid to Ukraine.He was also there to signal support as Ukraine tries to push back Russian forces.

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
Ukraine Today - 9/09/2022 - Україна сьогодні - 9/09/2022

SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 21:03


9/09/2022. The latest news from Ukraine and about Ukraine. The war - Ukraine under attack. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy emphasized that Antony Blinken's visit is an important demonstration of US leadership positions and a sign of solidarity with Ukraine during the full-scale invasion of Russia. The President noted the tangible support of the United States for the sovereignty of our state. More News: SBS Ukrainian - 9/09/2022. Добірка новин із героїчної України. Війна, 197 день широкомасштабної аґресії роасійських збройних сил. Візит Ентоні Блінкена є важливою демонстрацією лідерських позицій США, знаком солідарності з Україною під час повномасштабного вторгнення Росії. - наголосив Президент України. Він також відзначив відчутну підтримку з боку Сполучених Штатів суверенітету нашої держави.

News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

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PBS NewsHour - World
Secretary of State Blinken makes surprise visit to Ukraine as more U.S. aid announced

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 8:53


Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a surprise visit to Kyiv Thursday as a 20th package of U.S. aid for Ukraine was unveiled. The announcement came as the country launches a critical counteroffensive against Russian invaders in the south. Nick Schifrin reports from southern Ukraine where he spoke with Petro Kotin, the president of the state nuclear authority, about the Zaporizhzhya plant. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The World Next Week
Secretary Blinken Visits Mexico, Sweden's Election, Big Power Summitry in Uzbekistan, and More

The World Next Week

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 33:38


U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits Mexico with an economics-focused agenda; Swedes head to the polls for a general election that's expected to be a close race between the ruling left-wing bloc and right-wing opposition; and Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi join leaders from across Asia in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, to discuss regional stability, food security, and trade at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit.   Mentioned on the Podcast   Shannon K. O'Neil, Two Nations Indivisible, Oxford University Press

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Secretary of State Blinken makes surprise visit to Ukraine as more U.S. aid announced

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 8:53


Secretary of State Antony Blinken made a surprise visit to Kyiv Thursday as a 20th package of U.S. aid for Ukraine was unveiled. The announcement came as the country launches a critical counteroffensive against Russian invaders in the south. Nick Schifrin reports from southern Ukraine where he spoke with Petro Kotin, the president of the state nuclear authority, about the Zaporizhzhya plant. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders