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Colunistas Eldorado Estadão
Eliane: 'A CPI precisa fazer um parecer aceitável pelas instâncias'

Colunistas Eldorado Estadão

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 22:05


O relatório final da Comissão Parlamentar de Inquérito da Covid, do Senado Federal, não acusará o presidente Jair Bolsonaro de homicídio qualificado e nem de genocídio contra as populações indígenas. O indiciamento do presidente por estes dois crimes estava presente na minuta mais recente do relatório final preparado por Renan Calheiros, mas os senadores do chamado "G7" da CPI fecharam um acordo para remover os dois crimes durante uma reunião na noite desta terça-feira. A leitura do relatório final ocorre nesta quarta-feira. A decisão do presidente Jair Bolsonaro de dar uma guinada populista na economia para turbinar programas sociais e tentar se reeleger no ano que vem deflagrou uma espiral negativa no mercado financeiro e minou ainda mais a credibilidade do futuro das contas públicas. Em baixa nas pesquisas, Bolsonaro resolveu bancar o Auxílio Brasil com benefício de R$ 400, bem acima do auxílio emergencial de R$ 250 do pico da pandemia. O presidente da Câmara, Arthur Lira, cancelou a sessão plenária marcada para votar a Proposta de Emenda à Constituição que muda a composição do Conselho Nacional do Ministério Público. Nos bastidores, líderes dizem que ainda não há votos suficientes para aprovar a proposta. Por ser uma PEC, a aprovação demandaria maioria qualificada, com três quintos dos deputados em dois turnos de votação – ou 308 votos entre os 513 deputados. É a terceira vez que a votação é adiada. A expectativa, no entanto, é de que o texto volte a ser apreciado nesta quarta-feira. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec
Human Events Daily - Oct 19 2021 - LEAKED WHITE HOUSE AUDIO OF DOJ LAWYER MOCKING RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION.

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 22:00


Leaked White House audio gives us an in depth vision of what is happening behind the scenes, Protests erupt at Southwest headquarters regarding #FREEDOMFLU, Antifa veteran sentenced to 3.5 years in Federal prison, and the G7 plans a new report on Central Bank Digital Currency. Here's your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec 

Colunistas Eldorado Estadão
Eliane: 'O Planalto está adorando a briga interna da CPI'

Colunistas Eldorado Estadão

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 12:13


Com a Comissão Parlamentar de Inquérito da Covid atravessando uma crise interna depois que o relatório do senador Renan Calheiros foi antecipado pelo Estadão, o governo já decidiu precificar o desgaste que o presidente Jair Bolsonaro, seus filhos e ministros sofrerão por conta do resultado das investigações da Comissão. Mesmo com alguns dos integrantes do chamado G7 discordando de trechos do parecer de Renan, especialmente na acusação de promover genocídio entre indígenas e contra o senador Flávio Bolsonaro, o governo admite que não há como impedir que um relatório muito duro seja apresentado. No dia em que o bate-boca político deu lugar à vida real na Comissão Parlamentar de Inquérito da Covid, depoimentos de quem perdeu parentes pela doença provocaram emoção na sala de sessões do Senado onde durante seis meses opositores do governo e aliados do presidente Jair Bolsonaro se engalfinharam. Por quase quatro horas e meia, senadores ouviram relatos dramáticos de homens e mulheres que viveram uma guerra, mas foram derrotados pelo coronavírus. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Boletim Folha
CPI da Covid adia apresentação de relatório por causa de divergências

Boletim Folha

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 4:57


A CPI da Covid anunciou ontem que o relatório final não vai mais ser lido nesta terça-feira, como era o previsto. A mudança acontece porque alguns pontos do texto estão em discussão dentro do G7, como é chamado o grupo principal da CPI. Governo Bolsonaro deixa parados 2,3 bilhões de reais destinados pra compra vacinas. Homem é achado morto ao lado de bilhete que o relaciona à chacina na fronteira entre Brasil e Paraguai. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

AML Conversations
Billions are Hidden in US Real Estate

AML Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 7:48


In August 2021, Global Financial Integrity published Acres of Money Laundering – Why U.S. Real Estate is a Kleptocrat's Dream. The report compares the real estate money laundering regulations across the G7 countries. John and Elliot discuss the report's findings on the use of the US commercial real estate market to launder funds and the roles played in the transactions by various gatekeepers. They also call out some of the key recommendations in the report. A link to the report -https://gfintegrity.org/report/acres-of-money-laundering-why-u-s-real-estate-is-a-kleptocrats-dream/ Here's a great article that discusses real estate and the need for real reforms in Australian AML regulations - https://www.amlrightsource.com/news/real-estate-and-the-need-for-real-reforms-in-australian-aml-regulations

DEFI TIMES - Bitcoin, DeFi & NFT News
How To Make Money With Polkadot's Parachain Auctions!

DEFI TIMES - Bitcoin, DeFi & NFT News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 7:36


How to make money with Polkadot's parachain auctions? The date for the upcoming Polkadot parachains got confirmed. The auctions will take place on the 11th of November!  Besides, we talk about the CBDCs. The G7 leaders discussed CBDCs recently.  This and much more in today's episode!  COSMOVERSE 2021  NEWSLETTER: https://www.cosmoverse.org/pages/newsletter ATTEND AS A SPEAKER: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScg6GBPRp3iAU5y0KdBCkcMFfEY994_XaXpIDuShrnD1yFFkA/viewform TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ccclisbon?s=11 TELEGRAM: https://t.me/joinchat/MZRLJjZngShlZGQ6 DEFITIMES

Good Morning Business
Le Journal de l'économie - 14/10

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 6:26


Ce jeudi 14 octobre, Sandra Gandoin a présenté le Journal de l'économie dont voici les premiers sujets : G20, G7, et FMI constatent que les chaines d'approvisionnement sont mise à rudes épreuves, inflation américaine en hausse de 0,4%, flambée des prix de l'énergie. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Marketplace Morning Report
It’s earnings season for companies. What can we expect?

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:20


Companies are going to start sharing their earning for the third quarter, which gives us a window into how the economy is looking. Joining us for that discussion is Susan Schmidt. We look into how child care centers are chipping away at the labor shortage with each hire they make. Felicia Wong of the Roosevelt Institute chats with us about economic resilience among the nations in the G7.

Marketplace All-in-One
It’s earnings season for companies. What can we expect?

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 9:20


Companies are going to start sharing their earning for the third quarter, which gives us a window into how the economy is looking. Joining us for that discussion is Susan Schmidt. We look into how child care centers are chipping away at the labor shortage with each hire they make. Felicia Wong of the Roosevelt Institute chats with us about economic resilience among the nations in the G7.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Thousands of jobs, billions in national income at risk if Australia doesn't reduce emissions

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 8:25


Australia risks losing more than $12 billion in national income and several thousand jobs if South Korea, China and G7 members follow the EU and introduce carbon tariffs according to a new Climate Council report.

The OMFIF Podcast
The Italian G20 Presidency

The OMFIF Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 34:29


Building on OMFIF's status as an independent think tank for central banks, the Sustainable Policy Institute brought together policy-makers, technology experts and investors on 29-30 September 2021 to push the boundaries of the discussion on the role of monetary policy, regulation and disclosure, as well as address key practical challenges, in driving greener financial markets to achieve net zero at a two day virtual symposium. Ignazio Visco has been governor of the Bank of Italy since November 2011 and is chairman of the joint governing board of the Insurance Supervisory Authority. He is a member of the governing council and general council of the European Central Bank, the general board of the European Systemic Risk Board, the board of directors of the Bank for International Settlements, the steering committee of the Financial Stability Board, the board of governors of the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank. He is also alternate governor for Italy at the International Monetary Fund and the Inter-American Development Bank. He takes part in the G7, G10 and G20 finance ministers and central bank governors meetings. View more from the symposium here. 

Storie di Geopolitica
Storia (razionale) del Gruppo Bilderberg

Storie di Geopolitica

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 22:24


Episodio introduttivo sulla storia del famigerato Gruppo Bilderberg. Evitiamo teorie cospirazioniste varie, per concentrarci sulle poche cose che si sanno. ---Fonti: Un ringraziamento speciale all'aiuto di Paolo Arigotti, laureato in Storia Contemporanea, per l'ottimizzazione delle fonti, lo script e il fact checking. Per altre info su Paolo: Facebook.com/paoloarigottiIstagram paolo_arigotti_writerYoutube https://bit.ly/3adusljhttps://bilderbergmeetings.org/;http://www.trilaterale.it/;Ferrari, il Dossier Bilderberghttps://www.ilpost.it/2011/11/14/monti-bilderberg-trilaterale/;https://www.wired.it/attualita/politica/2019/05/29/bilderberg-poteri-forti/https://www.ilpost.it/2016/06/09/inizia-la-riunione-del-bilderberg/;https://www.repubblica.it/politica/2011/06/10/news/svizzera_borghezio_malmenato_voleva_entrare_nel_club_dei_potenti-17492660/--Un grazie a Sebastiano Benatti in arte Jouzu Music, per la realizzazione della colonna sonora della sigla: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jouzumusic/ email: jouzumusic@gmail.comUn grazie a Luca Orlando, in arte Shudew, per la realizzazione dello speakeraggio della sigla: Spotify: bit.ly/SpotyShudewInstagram: bit.ly/InstaShudew

The Fiona Show: Hot Off the Press
Transfer pricing headlines for the week of October 4th, 2021

The Fiona Show: Hot Off the Press

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 7:36


What has to happen between now and the G7 meeting at the end of October to move the OECD's global tax deal forward? Why is the pressure on for Ireland to get on board? And what's in the details of Jordan's new transfer pricing requirements?

Thoughts on the Market
Reza Moghadam: Post-Merkel Politics in Europe

Thoughts on the Market

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 5:01


After 16 years, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is stepping down. While the full implications for Europe remain unclear, some contours of the post-Merkel government are now taking shape.----- Transcript -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I am Reza Moghadam, Morgan Stanley's Chief Economic Advisor. Along with my colleagues, we bring you a variety of market perspectives. Today, I'll be talking about the implications of the recent German elections and how investors should view the road ahead after a government is formed. It's Monday, October 4, at 2pm in London. After 16 years as German Chancellor, Mrs. Merkel is stepping down. In the run up to the recent elections, there was considerable anxiety in European capitals. Angela Merkel, after all, has been the steady hand that has guided not only Germany's but also Europe's response through numerous crises. These anxieties have not been entirely laid to rest by the results of last week's election. For the first time since 1950s, forming a government would require a coalition of at least three - rather than the traditional two - political parties, which raises concerns about cohesion of the new government. However, there are reasons to be optimistic about broad continuity - that a centrist, pro-European and pro-business coalition would eventually emerge in Berlin. There are perhaps two key issues of importance for investors as discussions get underway. First, who will succeed Mrs. Merkel? And second, what would be the exact composition of the coalition and, therefore, its policies? The candidate most likely to succeed Mrs. Merkel is Olaf Scholz, whose Social Democratic Party narrowly topped the polls. Mr. Schulz is continuity incarnate. He has been Germany's Finance Minister and vice chancellor under Mrs. Merkel. He brings strong pro-European credentials, especially having played a role in ensuring Germany's support for the European Recovery Fund, which is Europe's main vehicle for providing support for the hardest hit countries during the pandemic. Mr. Schulz has also been a very strong proponent of EU banking and capital markets unions. Is there an alternative to Mr. Schulz? Yes, the candidate who led the election campaign for Mrs. Merkel's center right Christian Democrats, Armin Laschet. However, given the poor election results for Christian Democrats and Mr. Laschet's much less favorable public standing, a German government led by Mr. Laschet is unlikely. But it is worth noting that Mr. Schulz and Mr. Laschet are both centrist politicians and not that far apart on key policies. Now let me turn to the second important issue for markets: who are the likely coalition partners for Mr. Schulz or, for that matter, Mr. Laschet? Here, the electoral mathematics are very clear. The Green Party and the pro-business Free Democrats are highly likely to be in the next government. The Greens have one key demand: €50B (or 1.5% of GDP) per year in new investment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050. Investment in Germany has been constrained by self-imposed austerity, and increasing investment of that magnitude is likely to underpin growth and innovation and set a benchmark for other European countries. What about the Free Democrats? They are against tax increases and fiscally conservative, but pro green investment. Therefore, they would want to ensure that any fiscal plans are business friendly, and any deficit financing limited. In summary, the contours of the post-Merkel German government are becoming clearer. There will likely be continuity through Mr. Schulz, or perhaps Mr. Laschet. There Is likely to be a strong green investment agenda, and the presence of the Free Democrats ensures support for Mr. Schulz's brand of fiscal moderation and prudence. It is also very clear that while continuing to take a cautious line on fiscal policy, the next German chancellor and government are likely to put a high premium on European solidarity. The process for forming a new government in Germany will likely take time as it requires drawing up a detailed policy agreement that respects the red lines of each political party. But the new government should be in place by the end of this year, just in time for the German presidency of the G7 in 2022. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy Thoughts on the Market, please take a moment to rate and review us on the Apple Podcasts app. It helps more people to find the show.

Give The People What They Want!
Give The People What They Want! October 1

Give The People What They Want!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 30:25


In this week's episode of Give The People What They Want! Vijay Prashad, Prasanth R. and Zoe Alexandra discuss at the shocking revelation that the CIA discussed and plotted to kill journalist Julian Assange, continued protests and repression in Colombia, coup attempt in Sudan and the continuation of the revolutionary struggle, politics across the G7 countries, and the recent letter from European diplomats to Portugal's Novo Bank demanding the release of Venezuela's funds.

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast
Germany headed for months of political negotiations after election

RN Drive - Separate stories podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 8:55


The provisional German election results show Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrat party has suffered it's worst ever election result - but neither major party has a clear majority. As the scramble takes off to form a workable coalition, will Germany have a government in place before it assumes the Presidency of the G7?

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes
In the News.. BG trends during COVID lockdowns, diabetes sales fraud, A Dexcom G5 message, and more!

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 6:35


It's In the News... the top diabetes stories of the past seven days! This week, what did lockdown mean for BG trends, Provention Bio keeps fighting for Teplizumab, the FTC shuts down diabetes schlockmeisters and if you're still using the Dexcom G5 - you need to hear this... Join Stacey live on Facebook each Wednesday at 4:30pm EDT to watch live. Check out Stacey's book: The World's Worst Diabetes Mom! Join the Diabetes Connections Facebook Group! Sign up for our newsletter here ----- Use this link to get one free download and one free month of Audible, available to Diabetes Connections listeners! ----- Get the App and listen to Diabetes Connections wherever you go! Click here for iPhone      Click here for Android Episode transcription and links below Hello and welcome to Diabetes Connections In the News! I'm Stacey Simms and these are the top diabetes stories and headlines of the past seven days.  As always, I'm going to link up my sources in the Facebook comments – where we are live – and in the show notes at d-c dot com when this airs as a podcast.. so you can read more if you want, on your own schedule. XX In the News is brought to you by Real Good Foods! Find their Entrée Bowls and all of their great products in your local grocery store, Target or Costco. XX Our top story.. What did COVID lockdown mean for blood sugar trends? A new study says when they had to stay at home, people with type 1 significantly improved while the opposite happened for those with type 2. You should know these studies all come from European countries with pretty strict lockdowns and they're an aggregate – a look at a bunch of previously conducted studies. With type 1, time in range improved significantly in 83% of the studies looked at here.. with type 2, almost half of the studies showed a clear decrease in blood sugar control, with higher A1Cs. So what happened? There's a lot of speculation but these researchers suggest less exercise and more snacking and more stress is to blame for the type 2 numbers..  although in my opinion the same could be said for all people with diabetes. They also suppose that the lockdown gave parents more time to look after kids with type 1 and gave young adults a more predictable routine. I hope another study is done on this in the US where, frankly – access to insulin & health care providers may have become more of an issue during the pandemic https://www.news-medical.net/news/20210913/COVID-19-lockdown-linked-to-improved-glycemic-control-in-type-1-diabetes.aspx XX Bit of an update - Provention Bio moving forward to answer the FDA's questions and hopefully resubmit. This is for Teplizumab the first drug shown to prevent type 1 diabetes for – so far- up to three years.. although the FDA turned it down in July. Provention says they continue to collect data and are moving to set up what's called a Formal Type A meeting to submit that new information. The company's CEO says they believe they're making significant progress to address the observations cited by the FDA and continue to work with urgency.   https://finance.yahoo.com/news/provention-bio-provides-potential-timing-113000253.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw&tsrc=twtr   XX Bunch of schlock-meisters got called out last week by the US FDA and FTC – that's the Federal Trade Commission. 10 companies got warning letters alleging they were selling illegal dietary supplements to cure or prevent diabetes. Regulators wrote the products cited in the warning letters are considered unapproved new drugs – they include things like turmeric, bitter melon, ginkgo biloba and more.. The report cites the increasing cost of insulin and other diabetes medications as a reason why people are turning to alternatives, even if they aren't proven.. Please.. be careful out there. https://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/supplements/regulators-target-diabetes-supplements-recent-warnings-about-claims   Quick additional FTC note – they held a virtual open meeting today. Two people from the diabetes community spoke about rising insulin prices. If you'd like to learn more I'll link up the information. https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/press-releases/2021/09/ftc-announces-tentative-agenda-september-15-open-commission XX We don't talk a lot about shots – multiple daily injections – but here's some good news about the basics. New study shows rotating sites and using smaller needles really do help. You've likely heard of LY-po-hy-PER-tro-fee.. it's when lumps of fat or scar tissue form under your skin. These Belgian researchers did a six month study where they provided smaller pen needles and did a lot of education, including an online platform where they taught proper injection techniques, including not re-using needles. They reduced what they called unexplained high blood glucose significantly and glucose variability decreased as well. A1Cs stayed about the same. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dme.14672 XX No surprise but still disappointing –  insurance is what's dictating whether young children are more likely to use a CGM regularly. This was published in Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics. Those on public or government insurance often face more obstacles. This was a study of children ages 1-6 years, within two months of diagnosis. 82-percent used a CGM at least once during the study period.. but they divided everyone into 4 groups – always used CGM, stable use, inconsistent use or never used. Families with private insurance were more likely to be in the always group or the stable group than those with public insurance. And.. The “always” group had an A1C that was 1.3% lower than the “never” group https://www.healio.com/news/endocrinology/20210907/private-insurance-determines-cgm-use-by-young-children-with-type-1-diabetes XX More to come, including a Dexcom G5 update! But first, I want to tell you about one of our great sponsors who helps make Diabetes Connections possible. Real Good Foods. Where the mission is Be Real Good They make nutritious foods— grain free, high in protein, never added sugar and from real ingredients—the new Entrée bowls are great. They have a chicken burrito, a cauliflower mash and braised beef bowl.. the lemon chicken I've told you about and more! They keep adding to the menu line! You can buy online or find a store near you with their locator right on the website. I'll put a link in the FB comments and as always at d-c dot com. Back to the news… Heads up if you're still – somehow – using the Dexcom G5. More than a year ago, Dexcom stopped selling the G5 and G4.. but – and thanks to the listeners who brought this to my attention – the G5 app is now sending out a notification.. On October 4th the Dexcom G5 app will no longer be available. As they've shared with us on the podcast many times, they've been transitioning everyone over to the G6 and will soon move on to the G7. No timeline on that btw I know you're going to ask. But as far as we know, it hasn't been submitted to the FDA and Dexcom has said it will go for European approval first. -- And finally don't forget to send me your Dear Dr. Banting audio! What would you say to the man credited with the discovery of insulin? All the details and how to send it to me is in the show notes. -- Please join me wherever you get podcasts for our next episode - The episode out right now is all about the new Walmart Insulin.. will it save you money? That's In the News for this week.. if you like it, please share it! Thanks for joining me! See you back here soon.  

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
*第五季*【EP. 207】#585 經濟學人導讀 feat. 國際時事 feat. 新聞評論【疫苗民族主義 vs. 人命關天;香港壹傳媒 vs. 國家安全法;衣索比亞的提格雷戰爭;9/11 恐攻事件二十週年】

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 28:50


mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
Wake me up, when September ends... o no

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 16:12


Spotify estropea las alarmas en Android / El jefe del Apple Car se pira / Ferrari quiere seguir con la gasolina / Reino Unido contra los avisos de cookies / Matrix 4 con trailer interactivo / Nuevos iPhone el 14 de septiembre  Spotify fastidia las alarmas de Android con una actualización. Durante los últimos días, usuarios de Android se han despertado enfadados porque su teléfono no ha sonado a la hora programada. El culpable https://www.semana.com/tecnologia/articulo/una-falla-en-dispositivos-android-bloquea-las-alarmas-despertadoras-de-millones-de-usuarios/202154/ parece ser la integración de la aplicación de reloj con Spotify para seleccionar una canción específica. Prometen un parche rápido.  Un satélite chino chocó en marzo de 2021 con restos de un cohete ruso de 1996. Astrónomos internacionales concluyen que la desaparición del satélite chino Yunhai 1-02 en marzo fue debido a una colisión https://gizmodo.com/russian-space-junk-hit-a-chinese-satellite-in-march-ev-1847511922 con un cohete Zenit-2 lanzado por Rusia en 1996 y cuyos restos seguían orbitando el planeta. — La colisión creó 37 nuevos objetos descontrolados en órbita.  ¿Debería la UE permitir coches de gasolina si son de super lujo? El gobierno de Italia quiere que fabricantes nacionales como Ferrari o Lamborghini puedan seguir vendiendo coches de combustible https://www.caranddriver.com/es/coches/planeta-motor/a37500871/italia-quiere-prorroga-coches-combustion-ferrari-lamborghini-2035/ a pesar de la prohibición de 2035. Una decisión más política que tecnológica, pero polémica.  Lo comentaré en el podcast https://podcast.mixx.io/: Si las leyes son para reducir contaminación, qué efecto tendrá unos pocos miles de coches en el medio ambiente?, por otro lado, ¿qué derecho tiene alguien a contaminar simplemente debido a su poder adquisitivo?, y por último: ¿en qué se diferencia esta excepción a las de equipamiento de granja?  Hyundai y Toyota cambian sus estrategias con el hidrógeno y las baterías. Los dos grandes fabricantes asiáticos habían apostado hasta ahora casi exclusivamente por baterías y por hidrógeno respectivamente, ahora Hyundai invertirá masivamente en H2 https://www.xataka.com/automovil/hyundai-se-pone-ambiciosa-hidrogeno-todos-sus-coches-estaran-disponibles-pila-combustible-2028, y Toyota en baterías https://www.autonews.com/automakers-suppliers/toyota-spend-nearly-14b-batteries-including-solid-state-2030. El mundo al revés.  Hablando de giros de 180º: Doug Field, el jefe del proyecto de "Apple Car" ha dejado Apple https://hipertextual.com/2021/09/doug-field-abandona-apple-car para liderar los proyectos de coches autónomos en Ford.  Matrix 4 llega con el primer trailer interactivo de la historia. La web de promoción de la película ha creado un interesante sistema técnico que cambia el vídeo que cada visitante puede ver https://www.engadget.com/the-matrix-4-resurrections-teaser-website-180059094.html: diferentes escenas, e incluso personalización de algunas dependiendo de la hora y lugar de origen.  Reino Unido busca un futuro sin "aviso de cookies". Hace unos días anunciaron nuevas normativas para que los británicos no tengan que aceptar los formularios iniciales al navegar por internet, y ahora van a llevar su propuesta al G7 https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-58464747, donde están tres países de la Unión Europea, que capitanea este tipo de regulaciones.  Reino Unido propone que los usuarios puedan establecer unos ajustes en el navegador que lo comunique a los sitios web cuando el usuario visite, sin necesidad de interacción por parte del usuario.  Apple anunciará nuevos iPhone la semana que viene. Tras muchos rumores sobre su nombre, modelos e incluso posibles retrasos, el próximo modelo llegará el martes que viene https://computerhoy.com/noticias/tecnologia/apple-ya-fijado-fecha-presentacion-nuevo-iphone-13-todo-esperamos-927629. También hay posibilidad de que esté acompañado por nuevos AirPods o Apple Watch. Haremos emisión en directo en Twitch https://www.twitch.tv/alexbarredo.  Facebook y Ray Ban presentarán unas gafas con cámara. En espera de saber las especificaciones y funciones de las gafas https://uploadvr.com/facebook-ray-ban-smartglasses-details-soon, varios ejecutivos de Facebook están compartiendo vídeos grabados con las cámaras https://twitter.com/boztank/status/1434947706393223168 en redes sociales, incluyendo el propio Zuckerberg https://t.co/6ituV0GnoA?amp=1. — Quizá sean rollo Spectacles de Snap.  LG afirma haber desarrollado pantallas flexibles sin pliegues. Se trata de una combinación de dos láminas de polímeros que permitirían hasta 200.000 cambios de posición, y manteniendo una dureza y sensación táctiles https://www.xatakandroid.com/moviles-android/nueva-pantalla-flexible-lg-dura-como-cristal-no-deja-pliegues-empresa similares a los de las pantallas fijas actuales. Deberían llegar en 2023.

The Castle Report
The Collapse of Command Authority in the West

The Castle Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 13:10


Darrell Castle talks about his perceived collapse of American command leadership or command presence and what that means to America, NATO, and the West in general. Transcription / Notes THE COLLAPSE OF COMMAND AUTHORITY IN THE WEST Hello this is Darrell Castle with today's Castle Report. This is the 3rd day of September 2021, and this is Labor Day Weekend when we get 3 days away from work to celebrate work. I will be talking about what I perceive to be the collapse of American command leadership or command presence as the Marine officers would say it, and what that means to America, NATO, and the West in general. The Castle Family is still in good health as far as we know and looking forward to Labor Day Weekend when we will have 3 days away from work. Ribs will be cooking on the Castle grill on Monday, but the real excitement is that the family daughter will leave her safe haven in Los Angeles and head to Germantown to be with her parents' next weekend. We haven't seen her in almost 2 years, so we are very excited. I will put this in very common terms to start and that is that Joe Biden has lost his Mojo, his command presence. That means America has lost its Mojo as well because to the rest of the world right now Joe Biden is America. He is especially America to Communist China, North Korea, Iran, Russia, and to Islamic Jihadists around the world. You've probably heard the adage that power abhors a vacuum and in this case something or somebody will step in to fill the vacuum left by the collapse at the top of the American Institutions upon which American and Western safety and security depend. The Washington power establishment made up of the intelligence, security, diplomatic, and military which project American command and authority around the world are in a state of almost complete collapse. You can bet the farm that the rest of the world is noticing. This collapse has been brought to the forefront by the debacle in Afghanistan, but the rot has been eating at the foundations for some time. The debacle in Kabul gave the world and especially America a chance to see Joe Biden for what he really is, and that is a cold, calculating, uncaring, unfeeling, self-important, egotistical, and most of all incompetent leader. The world sees him and no amount of spin by the New York Times or protection from his sycophants in social media can change that. The leaders of the world have a full on, up close and personal look and what they see has changed the perception of America in the worlds' eyes perhaps forever. NATO allies who had fought with us in Afghanistan for 20 years under the 9/11 accords of one for all found out that means exactly nothing to the President of the United States. They even resorted to begging at times pleading with the leader of the free world to please extend the August 31st deadline for the withdrawal of American troops. The allies cared about their people who would be left and trapped there at the tender mercy of the Taliban, but Joe Biden did not care, not one little bit. NATO called an emergency G7 summit of the leaders of the most powerful countries in the world in an effort to extend the deadline, but the President said no. When Churchill became so desperate for supplies that he had to go to Roosevelt hat in hand the President did not refuse or embarrass him, but instead found a way to help him in the struggle against NAZI Germany. The allies of all the NATO countries now know that Joe Biden does not give one little whit about them, their people, and much worse, his own people. In fact, thanks to Joe Biden, the Taliban are now a better armed nation than virtually all NATO countries. He left those people there. America left its own people in harm's way, turned its back, and ran in the cowardly fashion that has become the trademark of this President. It is far more than embarrassing because it is disgraceful, unthinkable, disgusting, and cowardly and an insult to every person who has ever worn the uniform.

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
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每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 38:29


Turley Talks
Ep. 616 Biden's Poll Numbers IMPLODES!!!

Turley Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 13:37


Highlights:     “The Biden presidency is officially a train wreck; we're witnessing a presidency literally unraveling right before our very eyes and all we have to do is look at his imploding poll numbers.”“From USA Today, Biden's approval numbers are in a free fall. He collapsed to just 41% approval, 55% disapproval.”“It's not just the USA Today poll, all the polls show Biden imploding.”“It's not just Republicans who think Biden should be removed from office over all of this. Its key members of the Afghan Military Coalition who think that.”“I don't believe President Biden should be impeached, he's the Commander in Chief of the US Armed Forces who's just essentially surrendered to the Taliban. He shouldn't be impeached, he should be court-martialed for betraying the United States of America and the US Armed Forces.” — Col. Richard Kemp, Former Commander of British Forces in Afghanistan“The G7 have voted to collectively rebuke Biden's cowardice in not seeking to extend the August 31st deadline to evacuate internationals from Afghanistan.”“The G7 nations are now working with Russia as an intermediary to secure an extended deadline to withdraw their personnel safely from Afghanistan. Again, no thanks to Sleepy Joe, who is the single most embarrassing figure on the international stage today.”“Again, this isn't just Biden collapsing, this is the whole of the Democrat ticket falling apart.”Timestamps:       [02:15] Biden's imploding approval numbers [04:30] What is Biden's approval among independents[05:45] Sen. Lindsey Graham calling for Biden's impeachment and CNN's reaction to this[07:51] Why Col. Richard Kemp says Biden shouldn't be impeached[09:45] How G7 rebukes Biden for not seeking to extend the deadline for evacuations and how the Taliban rejected the extended deadline[11:08] G7 nations abandoning Biden and working with Russia and on Kamala's own imploding numbersResources: Ep. 614 Kamala Harris is COLLAPSING!!!Ep. 615 PUTIN Is Now the LEADER of the WORLD!!!Join our ARMY!! Our Virtual gathering of New Conservative Patriots on September 3rd and 4th needs YOU! Register today at https://conferences.turleytalks.com/Get your FREE copy of Scott's Ebook, Bigger IS Better: 7 Reasons Why Commercial Beats Single-Family Investing here: Commercial Academy & Turley TalksJoin Commercial Academy 3-Day LIVE Training Experience here: Commercial Academy Live Event Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here:https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeThank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts. 

Fault Lines
Biden Does Not Extend Afghan Refugee Timeline

Fault Lines

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 168:10


On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about what to expect with the future of COVID in the United States and why it will be impossible to reach herd immunity, the contention to come in the Brazilian election, Biden's actions upsetting the European Nations, and how the Afghanistan withdrawal is worse than Saigon.Guests:Dr. Gene Olinger - Professor at Boston University and Principal Science advisor for MRI Global Inc | Lambda and Covid in KidsShobhan Saxena - Sao Paulo based journalist reporting on international issues, human rights, and more | Bolsonaro Backed by the MilitaryPeter Oliver - EU correspondent for RT International | Biden Angers G7In the first hour Dr. Gene Olinger joined the show to talk about the current spike of coronavirus cases in the United States. Dr. Olinger also talked about the transmissibility of the virus in children and what parents should be concerned about for return to schools.In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Shobhan Saxena for a discussion on the push by Jair Bolsonaro to return to paper ballot for elections, and if they do not, he will not accept the results of the elections. Would Bolsonaro's actions be backed by the military?In the third hour Peter Oliver joined the conversation to talk about President Joe Biden's decision to not extend the August 31st deadline of leaving US troops in Afghanistan, directly against the recommendations of the G7 allies. Peter also talked about the freeze of US controlled Afghani in an effort to contain the Taliban.

ETDPODCAST
Nr. 878 Steigender Druck auf USA vor G7-Gipfel – Zehntausende sollen ausgeflogen werden

ETDPODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 5:35


Artikel zum Podcast: https://bit.ly/38edZM4 Vor dem Krisengipfel der G7 zu Afghanistan steigt der Druck auf Washington, den Einsatz zur Rettung zehntausender Menschen aus Kabul über August hinaus zu verlängern...

Astra Report | WNTN 1550 AM | Grecian Echoes
Daily Global News - WED AUG 25th - No extension on Afghanistan pull out

Astra Report | WNTN 1550 AM | Grecian Echoes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 7:20


Listen to the Daily Global #News from Grecian Echoes and WNTN 1550 AM. President Biden has decided not to extend the deadline for American troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, despite pressure from G7 and US leaders alike. Global Covid-19 cases appear to be leveling off after a two-month increase, WHO reported more than 4.5 million new cases and 68,000 new deaths worldwide last week.  Nasdaq closes above 15,000 for first time. Patriots trade Sony Michel to Rams.

Axios Today
Biden facing international pressure on Afghanistan

Axios Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 11:33


President Biden yesterday confirmed the US is on track to get US troops and allies out of Afghanistan by August 31st. This is despite calls from other world leaders - like British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French president Emmanuel Macron - to extend the timeline. Plus, the first airline CEO to mandate employee COVID vaccines...hopes others will follow suit. And, fallout from the popular site OnlyFans ban of explicit content. Guests: Axios' Dave Lawler, Joann Muller, and Dan Primack. Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Margaret Talev, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Dan Bobkoff, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Sabeena Singhani, and Ben O'Brien. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at podcasts@axios.com. You can text questions, comments and story ideas to us as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893. Go deeper: Biden told G7 allies U.S. still plans to get out of Kabul by Aug. 31 Sex workers sound off on OnlyFans ban Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington – FOX News Radio
U.S. Troops Prepare for August 31st Withdrawal from Afghanistan

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 28:20


Following his meeting with G7 leaders on the crisis in Afghanistan, President Biden said on Tuesday that America is on pace to complete its mission in Afghanistan by the August 31 deadline, but he says that depends on the Taliban's cooperation. This as American citizens and Afghan allies who have assisted the U.S. during America's 20-year war try to evacuate the region that is now under the Taliban's control. FOX News Senior Strategic Analyst, chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and retired 4 star general, General Jack Keane weighs in on President Biden's remarks yesterday, what this means for the people still trying to flee the country and for the future of terrorism now that Afghanistan is under Taliban control.   Inflation has become a major concern for many Americans and as people search for ways to save money, an increasing number of consumers are buying their groceries and daily necessities from discount stores. Consumer prices continued to rise last month and the pandemic continues to favor the strength of the country's largest retailers while local grocery stores are less equipped to handle the supply chain disruptions, climbing costs and shortage in labor. Fox Business Correspondent Jeff Flock joins to discuss how inflation has driven the sales spike at U.S. "dollar stores," why local groceries are struggling to compete and he explains how inflation is hurting the wallets of even the poorest Americans.   Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tomi Lahren.

The FOX News Rundown
U.S. Troops Prepare for August 31st Withdrawal from Afghanistan

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 28:20


Following his meeting with G7 leaders on the crisis in Afghanistan, President Biden said on Tuesday that America is on pace to complete its mission in Afghanistan by the August 31 deadline, but he says that depends on the Taliban's cooperation. This as American citizens and Afghan allies who have assisted the U.S. during America's 20-year war try to evacuate the region that is now under the Taliban's control. FOX News Senior Strategic Analyst, chairman of the Institute for the Study of War and retired 4 star general, General Jack Keane weighs in on President Biden's remarks yesterday, what this means for the people still trying to flee the country and for the future of terrorism now that Afghanistan is under Taliban control.   Inflation has become a major concern for many Americans and as people search for ways to save money, an increasing number of consumers are buying their groceries and daily necessities from discount stores. Consumer prices continued to rise last month and the pandemic continues to favor the strength of the country's largest retailers while local grocery stores are less equipped to handle the supply chain disruptions, climbing costs and shortage in labor. Fox Business Correspondent Jeff Flock joins to discuss how inflation has driven the sales spike at U.S. "dollar stores," why local groceries are struggling to compete and he explains how inflation is hurting the wallets of even the poorest Americans.   Plus, commentary by FOX Nation host Tomi Lahren.

Monocle 24: The Globalist
Wednesday 25 August

Monocle 24: The Globalist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 60:00


We hear the latest from Afghanistan after the G7 meeting on the US withdrawal. Plus, a roundup of the latest aviation news and a flip through the morning papers.

新闻看点
[縱論天下] 武汉那件事,90天到期!美国没有定论?英国纪录片让北京难堪。G7施压拜登,延长撤军阿富汗期限。台湾量产导弹。韩国反中情绪高涨

新闻看点

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 28:23


[縱論天下] 武汉那件事,90天到期!美国没有定论?英国纪录片让北京难堪。G7施压拜登,延长撤军阿富汗期限。台湾量产导弹。韩国反中情绪高涨

SBS World News Radio
Taliban insists on August 31st deadline for evacuations

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 4:29


The Taliban is maintaining foreign evacuations must be completed from Afghanistan by the end of the month, after a G7 meeting overnight.

飯田浩司のOK! Cozy up! Podcast
2021年8月25日(水)コメンテーター 高橋洋一

飯田浩司のOK! Cozy up! Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 53:56


8月25日(水)の ニュース ●菅総理 二階幹事長 今日会談 ●アフガン情勢巡り G7緊急の首脳会議 ●自衛隊機パキスタン到着 ●『防衛費』 ●新型コロナ起源 数日中に公開   コメンテーター 数量政策学者の高橋洋一さん See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY - 2021-08-24 - EWTN News Nightly | Tuesday, August 24, 2021

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: In a virtual meeting with G7 world leaders, President Joe Biden updated everyone that he is sticking with his August 31st deadline to get US troops out of Afghanistan and wrap up the massive airlift evacuations. As the evacuation of Americans, and those who helped the US, continue in Afghanistan, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are reacting to the latest news. Republicans continue to question the Biden Administration's decision making. A group of Republican lawmakers discussed the crisis in Afghanistan this morning, Republican Representative from Georgia, Jody Hice, gives us more insight as to what the group wanted Americans to know. Democrats in the House are moving ahead with HR4, a bill that includes a provision looking to reinstate Department of Justice pre-clearances that can change voting laws for states with a history of racial discrimination. Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Zack Smith, joins to share his reaction to HR4 wanting to reinstate DOJ pre-clearances. Finally this evening, representatives of the Waldensian Church are holding their annual synod in Italy this week. Member of the Commission for Relations with the Press of the Synod, Claudio Pasquet, joins to introduce the synod and what the themes are. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn

Newshour
US : Not extending Afghan withdrawal deadline

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 49:32


The leaders of the G7 nations say the US won't extend their military presence in Afghanistan beyond the August the 31st deadline - but they want certain guarantees from the Taliban. Meanwhile, the Taliban say women who have a job should stay at home for their own safety. And humanitarian work in Afghanistan is on pause. Also on the programme, we hear about Charlie Watts, the drummer with the Rolling Stones rock band who has died. (Photo: Evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport; Credit: REUTERS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY)

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Tuesday August 24 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 102:36


President Biden won't extend the August 31st deadline for evacuating Americans after meeting with G7 leaders. Dr. Fauci urges private sector businesses to mandate vaccines following the FDA's approval. Four Australian newborns die after being denied life-saving heart surgery due to travel restrictions. Kamala Harris' flight out of Singapore gets delayed due to 2 cases of "Havana Syndrome".Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaPut your trust in Patriot Mobile. Now get 50% off the first 2 months OR $100 off any phone in stock with a 1-year commitment, as well as free premier activation with promo code Dana. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Superbeetshttps://DanasBeets.comBuy 2 bags of SuperBeets Heart Chews and get a bag of Vitamin D3 Chews AND a free bag of SuperBeets Heart Chews. My Pillowhttps://mypillow.comSleep better with My Pillow Giza Dream Sheets. Now only $49.99 with Radio Specials code DANA.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Tuesday August 24 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 102:36


President Biden won't extend the August 31st deadline for evacuating Americans after meeting with G7 leaders. Dr. Fauci urges private sector businesses to mandate vaccines following the FDA's approval. Four Australian newborns die after being denied life-saving heart surgery due to travel restrictions. Kamala Harris' flight out of Singapore gets delayed due to 2 cases of "Havana Syndrome".Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaPut your trust in Patriot Mobile. Now get 50% off the first 2 months OR $100 off any phone in stock with a 1-year commitment, as well as free premier activation with promo code Dana. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Superbeetshttps://DanasBeets.comBuy 2 bags of SuperBeets Heart Chews and get a bag of Vitamin D3 Chews AND a free bag of SuperBeets Heart Chews. My Pillowhttps://mypillow.comSleep better with My Pillow Giza Dream Sheets. Now only $49.99 with Radio Specials code DANA.

L'heure du monde
Témoignage depuis les rues de Kaboul, et port du masque obligatoire dans les écoles

L'heure du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 59:15


Jean-Sébastien Bernatchez s'entretient avec Vincent Souriau, envoyé spécial de Radio France internationale à Kaboul; Hugo Lavallée résume les moments forts du plus récent sommet du G7; Valérie Gamache fait le point sur l'utilisation du passeport vaccinal au Québec; Elyse Allard décortique les mesures qui encadrent le port du masque obligatoire dans les écoles; Nahila Bendali parle de la pénurie de main-d'œuvre dans le contexte de la rentrée scolaire; Daniel Thibeault dresse un bilan de la dixième journée de campagne électorale fédérale; Christian Noël analyse l'accès à la propriété comme promesse électorale; François Brousseau s'intéresse à la suspension des activités du Parlement en Tunisie; et Louis-Philippe Ouimet présente un reportage sur le décès de Charlie Watts, batteur des Rolling Stones.

Cinco continentes
Cinco continentes - Retirada confirmada: 31 de agosto

Cinco continentes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 54:39


Este martes 24 de agosto, Cinco continentes comienza con la reunión extraordinaria sobre Afganistán que han mantenido de forma telemática los líderes del G7. Las principales potencias confirman que EEUU completará su repliegue el 31 de agosto, la fecha prevista, pero abogan por crear corredores que permitan seguir con las evacuaciones más allá de esa fecha. Hoy, además, analizamos la progapanda de los talibanes con la ayuda del catedrático Manuel Torres. También la situación de los derechos humanos en Afganistán, con la portavoz de la ONG Human Rights Watch, Judith Sunderland.  Escuchar audio

Coffee House Shots
Is the 'gentler, kinder' Taliban already gone?

Coffee House Shots

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 12:36


As many had expected, President Biden has not agreed to extend the August 31 deadline despite pleas from Nato allies in today's G7 call. Meanwhile, there are signs that the veneer of the new and reformed Taliban is already beginning to crack in Afghanistan. Katy Balls talks to Isabel Hardman and Fraser Nelson.

Plus
Hlavní zprávy - rozhovory a komentáře: Odpolední publicistika s Karolínou Koubovou

Plus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 19:48


Kvůli emisním limitům skončí Škoda Auto s výrobou Fabie Combi. Proč padla volba právě na tento model? Jsou šance na prodloužení termínu evakuací z Kábulu definitivně passé nebo se skupině G7 podaří vyjednat prodloužení leteckého mostu i po 31. srpna? A v jakém stavu je Ukrajina třicet let od vyhlášení samostatného státu?

Newshour
G7 leaders' emergency talks on Afghanistan

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 48:27


G7 leaders are meeting virtually to discuss the situation in Afghanistan. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to call on US President Joe Biden to extend the 31st August deadline for withdrawing from the country. We hear from the BBC's Secunder Kermani in Kabul and Fionnuala Ni Aolain, special rapporteur for the UN on counter terrorism and human rights, joins us to explain her hopes for the future of the country. Also on the programme: the Paralympics get underway in Tokyo against a backdrop of rising coronavirus cases; and a new report says Europe's recent extreme weather is up to nine times more likely to be repeated because of global warming. ( Picture credit: US marine Corps/ Reuters)

The Red Box Politics Podcast
What The G7 Want

The Red Box Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 42:59


Matt Chorley speaks to experts and journalists in the US, France, Italy, Germany, Canada and Japan about what their countries want to see happen at the virtual G7, hosted today by Boris Johnson to find an international solution to the situation in Afghanistan. PLUS David Aaronovitch and Daniel Finkelstein discuss Dominic Raab and Extinction Rebellion. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
24.08.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 8:02


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Dienstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Druck auf USA wächst vor G7-Krisengipfel zu Afghanistan Vor dem Krisengipfel der G7 zu Afghanistan steigt der Druck auf Washington, den Einsatz zur Rettung zehntausender Menschen aus Kabul über August hinaus zu verlängern. Großbritanniens Premierminister Boris Johnson will offenbar bei den virtuellen Beratungen an diesem Dienstag für eine Verlängerung des US-Evakuierungseinsatzes werben. Westliche Verbündete befürchten, dass bis zum 31. August nicht alle Schutzbedürftigen aus Kabul ausgeflogen werden können. Die Bundesregierung geht insgesamt von rund 10.000 afghanischen Ortskräften aus, die vor Ort in Gefahr schwebten. Afghanische Frauenrechtlerin Ghafari in Deutschland Die aus Afghanistan geflohene Frauenrechtlerin Zarifa Ghafari ist in Deutschland eingetroffen. Wie die nordrhein-westfälische Staatskanzlei berichtete, landete sie zusammen mit Familienmitgliedern am Flughafen Köln/Bonn. Anschließend traf sie in Düsseldorf den NRW-Ministerpräsidenten und Unions-Kanzlerkandidaten Armin Laschet. Die 1992 geborene frühere Bürgermeisterin der afghanischen Stadt Maidan Shahr hatte erst vergangene Woche unter dramatischen Umständen den Flughafen Kabul erreicht. Von dort war sie über Islamabad nach Istanbul ausgeflogen worden. Tunesischer Präsident verlängert Suspendierung des Parlaments In Tunesien hat Präsident Kais Saied die Suspendierung des Parlaments auf unbestimmte Zeit verlängert. Er habe ein entsprechendes Dekret bis auf Weiteres erlassen, teilte die tunesische Präsidentschaft mit. Zudem bleibe die Immunität sämtlicher Abgeordneter aufgehoben. Saied werde in den kommenden Tagen eine Ansprache an das tunesische Volk halten. Saieds Kritiker warfen ihm einen Putsch vor, nachdem er im Juli die Regierung entmachtet und das Parlament zunächst für 30 Tage ausgesetzt hatte. Zudem wurden mehrere Kritiker des Präsidenten festgenommen oder unter Hausarrest gestellt. Israel fliegt nach Attacken mit Brandballons Luftangriffe im Gazastreifen Als Reaktion auf Attacken mit Brandballons aus dem Gazastreifen hat Israel Luftangriffe in dem Palästinensergebiet geflogen. Die Angriffe seien in Gaza-Stadt, Chan Yunis und Dschabalia erfolgt, hieß es aus palästinensischen Sicherheitskreisen. Tote oder Verletzte soll es nicht gegeben haben. "Proud-Boys"-Anführer zu fünf Monaten Gefängnis verurteilt Rechtsextremist Enrique Tarrio ist wegen des Verbrennens eines "Black-Lives-Matter"-Banners in den USA zu fünf Monaten Gefängnis verurteilt worden. Ein Gericht in Washington verurteilte den Anführer der Gruppierung "Proud Boys" zudem zu einer Geldstrafe von 1000 Dollar. Zusätzlich muss der 37-Jährige eine Entschädigung von 347 Dollar an die Kirche zahlen, an der das "Black-Lives-Matter"-Banner befestigt gewesen war. Fünf Tote bei Brand auf mexikanischer Bohrinsel Bei einem Brand auf einer Bohrinsel vor der Küste Mexikos sind fünf Arbeiter ums Leben gekommen. Zwei weitere werden vermisst. Das Feuer war in der Ölförderanlage Ku-Maloob-Zaap im Golf von Mexiko bei Wartungsarbeiten ausgebrochen. Erst Anfang Juli hatte ein Gasleck in einer Unterwasser-Pipeline in Ku-Maloob-Zaap einen Brand verursacht. Arbeitsagentur-Chef Scheele für 400.000 Migranten pro Jahr Der Vorstandsvorsitzende der Bundesagentur für Arbeit, Detlef Scheele, richtet einen dringenden Appell an die Bundesregierung, deutlich mehr Zuwanderer ins Land zu holen. "Deutschland gehen die Arbeitskräfte aus", sagte Scheele der "Süddeutschen Zeitung". Durch die demografische Entwicklung nehme die Zahl der potenziellen Arbeitskräfte im typischen Berufsalter bereits in diesem Jahr um fast 150.000 ab. "In den nächsten Jahren wird es viel dramatischer", betonte Scheele.

Monocle 24: The Globalist
Tuesday 24 August

Monocle 24: The Globalist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 60:00


We discuss the emergency G7 meeting called to determine the group's policy on the Taliban and a looming migration crisis. Plus, why Sweden's prime minister is stepping down and the Paralympics in Tokyo.

FT News Briefing
G7 tries to salvage Afghanistan crisis

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 9:52


Read a transcript of this episode on FT.comhttps://www.ft.com/content/f23d324d-b17e-4f6a-bacd-dad8fed54493At an emergency G7 meeting US president Joe Biden will hear calls from western allies to negotiate with the Taliban for an extension to the US-led evacuation from Afghanistan while facing the humiliating prospect that the Islamist militants may veto the idea, and a US pandemic assistance programme is set to end early next month, leaving millions of gig workers without the support they've come to rely on. Biden squeezed between allies and Taliban on Afghan deadline - with George Parker, political editorhttps://www.ft.com/content/38838e4f-c55c-4504-9f5b-b7b7f8d904f8Taliban finances swelled by proceeds of Afghanistan's shadow economy - with Stephanie Findley, South Asia correspondenthttps://www.ft.com/content/25b48967-2d8c-4acd-8699-e0cbdf164cb8US gig workers carry on the fight for rights as jobless aid comes to an end - with Amanda Chuhttps://www.ft.com/content/09b8b6aa-c545-4499-a615-d256cfa4e62eSHOWNOTES LIVE FT WEBINAR: Join FT correspondents and guests to discuss The Fall of Afghanistan: What Next? on Wednesday 25 August. Sign up for an FT subscriber webinar at ft.com/afghan-webinarThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Our intern is Zoe Han. Additional help by Gavin Kallmann, Michael Bruning, and Persis Love. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Young Turks
You're Not A Horse

The Young Turks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 50:37


Biden will face pressure from the G7 to extend his Afghanistan withdrawal deadline. Liz Cheney says politicians have to explain why a never-ending presence in Afghanistan is necessary. FDA grants full approval to Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. They would also like you to not attempt to treat Covid-19 with horse dewormer. Donald Trump was booed at his rally in Alabama after he told his supporters to get vaccinated. Right-Wing Democrats are beginning to cave as progressives hold their ground on the upcoming reconciliation bill vote. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
2021-08-24 - EWTN News Nightly | Tuesday, August 24, 2021

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: In a virtual meeting with G7 world leaders, President Joe Biden updated everyone that he is sticking with his August 31st deadline to get US troops out of Afghanistan and wrap up the massive airlift evacuations. As the evacuation of Americans, and those who helped the US, continue in Afghanistan, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are reacting to the latest news. Republicans continue to question the Biden Administration's decision making. A group of Republican lawmakers discussed the crisis in Afghanistan this morning, Republican Representative from Georgia, Jody Hice, gives us more insight as to what the group wanted Americans to know. Democrats in the House are moving ahead with HR4, a bill that includes a provision looking to reinstate Department of Justice pre-clearances that can change voting laws for states with a history of racial discrimination. Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Zack Smith, joins to share his reaction to HR4 wanting to reinstate DOJ pre-clearances. Finally this evening, representatives of the Waldensian Church are holding their annual synod in Italy this week. Member of the Commission for Relations with the Press of the Synod, Claudio Pasquet, joins to introduce the synod and what the themes are. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn

新闻看点
[年代向钱看] 20210823

新闻看点

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 93:48


[年代向钱看] 獨!美急撤軍阿富汗!蔡英文接種高端疫苗!港大建議改變注射方法?!台海危機擴大?!台灣自衛意願是重點?!全球搶晶片!供需恐失調?!【年代向錢看】20210823 獨!拜登阿富汗撤軍是外交恥辱!G7會議商討應對之策?!日本部署飛彈!增強戰力!中國下任接班人是汪洋?!美元指數上揚!SpaceX將送人類上月球?!【年代向錢看】20210823

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
23.08.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 9:13


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Montag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Afghanische Sicherheitskraft bei Gefecht am Kabuler Flughafen getötet Bei Gefechten afghanischer Sicherheitskräfte sowie deutscher und US-amerikanischer Soldaten mit unbekannten Angreifern am Nordtor des Flughafens Kabul ist eine afghanische Sicherheitskraft getötet worden. Drei weitere wurden verletzt, wie die Bundeswehr auf Twitter mitteilte. Alle Soldaten der Bundeswehr blieben demnach unverletzt. Unterdessen setzt die Bundeswehr ihre Evakuierungsflüge aus Kabul fort. In der vergangenen Nacht landete ein weiteres Flugzeug mit 213 Schutzbedürftigen an Bord im usbekischen Taschkent. Inzwischen sind von der Bundeswehr rund 2700 Menschen ausgeflogen worden. USA erwägen längeren Evakuierungseinsatz Die Evakuierungsmission des US-Militärs in Afghanistan könnte nach Worten von Präsident Joe Biden länger dauern als bisher geplant. Er hoffe zwar, dass der Einsatz bis zum 31. August beendet werden könne, sagte Biden in Washington. Sollten andere G7-Staaten aber um eine längere Präsenz der US-Truppen am Flughafen in Kabul bitten, werde man sehen, was man tun könne. Die Staats- und Regierungschefs der G7 kommen am Dienstag zu einem virtuellen Sondergipfel zusammen, um über die Lage in Afghanistan zu beraten. Zustimmungswerte für US-Präsident Biden sinken Angesichts des Chaos in Afghanistan ist eine große Mehrheit der Amerikaner einer Umfrage zufolge unzufrieden mit dem Verlauf des von US-Präsident Joe Biden angeordneten Truppenabzugs. 74 Prozent der Befragten gaben an, die USA hätten den Rückzug schlecht gehandhabt, wie der Sender CBS mitteilte - obwohl 63 Prozent einen Abzug der amerikanischen Streitkräfte an sich befürworteten. Auch Bidens Zustimmungswerte nahmen deutlich ab: Nur noch 50 Prozent zeigten sich zufrieden damit, wie Biden seinen Job macht. Im vergangenen Monat waren es noch 58 Prozent, im März sogar 62 Prozent. Neuseeland verlängert Corona-Lockdown In Neuseeland ist der landesweite Lockdown wegen neuer Corona-Fälle verlängert worden. Ministerpräsidentin Jacinda Ardern kündigte in der Hauptstadt Wellington an, dass die strengen Auflagen in dem gesamten Pazifikstaat nun mindestens bis Samstag gelten. Zuvor waren 35 neue Fälle bekannt geworden. Die meisten Ansteckungen des derzeitigen Ausbruchs wurden in Auckland auf der neuseeländischen Nordinsel registriert, der größten Stadt des Landes. Der Inselstaat mit fünf Millionen Einwohnern hat sich seit März 2020 weitgehend von der Außenwelt abgeschottet. Tote bei Überschwemmungen in Tennessee Bei Überschwemmungen im US-Bundesstaat Tennessee sind mindestens 21 Menschen ums Leben gekommen. Mindestens 30 weitere Personen werden offiziellen Angaben zufolge noch vermisst. Am Freitag und Samstag war es im Zentrum des Bundesstaats zu heftigen Starkregenfällen gekommen. Straßen wurden überflutet, Autos weggeschwemmt und Gebäude verwüstet. Der Wetterdienst sprach von historischen Niederschlagsmengen. US-Präsident Joe Biden brachte bei einer Ansprache im Weißen Haus sein Beileid für die Opfer zum Ausdruck und bot den Behörden in Tennessee Unterstützung an. Lokführer bestreiken auch Personenverkehr Die Lokomotivführer-Gewerkschaft GDL hat am frühen Montagmorgen ihren Streik wie angekündigt auf den Personenverkehr der Deutschen Bahn ausgeweitet. Bis Mittwoch früh müssen sich nun Millionen Reisende auf massive Einschränkungen vor allem im Fernverkehr einstellen. Die Bahn hatte am Sonntag mit einem Angebot an die Gewerkschaft versucht, den Schritt zu verhindern. Die GDL wies die Offerte jedoch als "Scheinangebot" zurück. Der Güterverkehr der Bahn wird schon seit Samstag bestreikt. In dem Tarifstreit geht es unter anderem um die Laufzeit der nächsten Lohnerhöhung und die Höhe der Betriebsrenten. Bundesliga: Hoffenheim verpasst Sprung an die Spitze Bei den Sonntagsspielen der Fußball-Bundesliga trennten sich TSG Hoffenheim und Union Berlin unentschieden 2:2. Köln verlor bei Bayern München mit 3:2. Es war der erste Heimsieg der Bayern unter dem neuen Trainer Julian Nagelsmann. Die Tabelle führt nach diesem zweiten Spieltag der VFL Wolfsburg vor der TSG Hoffenheim an.

东亚观察局
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东亚观察局

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 61:14


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