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This is the web version of Foreign Exchanges, but did you know you can get it delivered right to your inbox? Sign up today:TODAY IN HISTORYDecember 2, 1805: At the Battle of Austerlitz, Napoleon wins what was arguably his greatest victory against a larger joint Russian-Austrian army. The Allies suffered 36,000 dead/wounded/captured compared with only 9000 for the French. The French victory was so complete that not only did it end the War of the Third Coalition, it allowed Napoleon to create the Confederation of the Rhine among the German states that had become French clients. Emperor Francis II was then forced to dissolve the Holy Roman Empire, which had been in existence continuously since 962 and traced its origins back to Charlemagne's coronation as “emperor of the Romans” in 800.December 2, 1942: Enrico Fermi and his team create the first self-sustaining nuclear reaction at “Chicago Pile-1,” a rudimentary reactor built under the campus of the University of Chicago. This was the first milestone achievement for the Manhattan Project in its race to build a nuclear bomb before Nazi Germany.December 3, 1971: The Pakistani military undertakes preemptive airstrikes against several Indian military installations, beginning the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971, itself the final phase of the Bangladesh Liberation War. India was preparing to enter the war on Bangladesh's side anyway, so when I say these strikes were “preemptive” I am not using that term in the phony, George W. Bush “hey they might attack us someday, you never know” sense of the term. The war, to put it mildly, was a complete disaster for the Pakistanis, who were forced to surrender a scant 13 days later and had to give up their claims on “East Pakistan” (Bangladesh) while suffering around a third of their military killed, wounded, or captured. In one of Henry Kissinger's more notorious acts, the Nixon administration opted to support Pakistan despite evidence of its armed forces committing major atrocities against Bangladeshi civilians.December 3, 1984: A Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, spews toxic methyl isocyanate gas overnight, resulting in the deaths of between 3800 and 16,000 people and causing injury to at least 558,000 more. Union Carbide maintains that the leak was caused by deliberate sabotage, though Indian courts subsequently found several officials at the plant guilty of negligence. The “Bhopal Disaster” remains one of the worst industrial catastrophes in history and its adverse effects are still being felt by people in that region to the present day.MIDDLE EASTISRAEL-PALESTINEThe Israeli military (IDF) was advancing on the southern Gazan city of Khan Younis on Sunday, with Hamas officials and residents both reporting indications of nearby fighting and the IDF later confirming that it has sent ground forces into southern Gaza. The IDF has been ordering civilians to evacuate the eastern reaches of Khan Younis, and of course it's posted a helpful interactive map on its website that warns civilians of imminent danger provided those civilians have reliable internet access and haven't lost their special IDF secret decoder rings. Residents of Khan Younis will likely move further south to Rafah, though that city is also under heavy IDF bombardment so it's not really safe either. Israeli officials say the IDF struck more than 400 targets over the weekend, and the official Gazan death toll had risen at last check to 15,523. The real death toll may be substantially higher, given the likelihood of bodies that haven't yet been recovered and the closure of most of the hospitals that were handling casualties.Elsewhere:* Aid shipments into Gaza have resumed. The Palestinian Red Crescent Society says that 100 truckloads of aid entered the territory from Egypt on Saturday and I believe the aim was to bring in a similar number of trucks on Sunday though I have not seen any information yet as to whether that was accomplished.* The Biden administration may be “pressing” Israel and Hamas to resume negotiations, as White House spokes-ghoul John Kirby told NBC on Sunday, but there's no indication it's having any success. After the ceasefire collapsed on Friday the Israeli government recalled its Mossad negotiators from Qatar, and for Hamas's part the Islamist group's political wing has sworn off any future prisoner swaps “until the war ends.”* The administration is continuing to send large quantities of ordinance to the IDF, including massive “bunker buster” bombs. So any claim that it's really pushing the Israeli government to negotiate a ceasefire or even demonstrate greater discernment in its bombardments really doesn't hold up terribly well.* Israel Hayom is reporting that “key figures” in the US Congress have been shown the text of a “new initiative” that would condition future US aid to Egypt, Iraq, Turkey, and Yemen (all of which it identified as “Arab states,” which would be news to the Turks) on the willingness of governments in those four states to enable the ethnic cleansing of Gaza by taking in refugees. That same outlet has also reported (in Hebrew, so here's a summary from Ryan Grim) that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked Minister of Strategic Planning Ron Dermer to put together a plan to “thin the population in Gaza to a minimum,” which if nothing else is an incredible euphemism. The Biden administration has rejected any forced and/or permanent relocation of Gazan civilians, a point that Vice President Kamala Harris reiterated during her visit to the COP28 climate summit in Dubai over the weekend. But it perhaps could be sold on the idea of a “voluntary” (in quotes because in reality it would be anything but) evacuation that is characterized as temporary even if there's no real intention to ever let the evacuees return.* The Guardian says its reporting has confirmed the findings of that bombshell +972 Magazine piece from a few days ago, which reported that the IDF has been using an AI system called “Habsora” (“The Gospel”) to identify targets under a process that's been likened to a “mass assassination factory.” The system is producing targets faster than the IDF can attack them, including private homes where the likelihood of civilian casualties is high. Israeli officials are apparently insisting that the AI is programmed to minimize civilian risk, an assertion that cannot be squared with the high number of civilian casualties incurred so far in this conflict.* Israeli settler mobs attacked two West Bank villages in separate incidents on Saturday, killing at least one Palestinian in one of those attacks. The human rights organization Yesh Din says it's catalogued some 225 settler attacks against Palestinians in the West Bank since October 7, resulting in at least nine deaths.* On a somewhat related note, one of the people killed in last Thursday's shooting in East Jerusalem turns out to have been an Israeli civilian who shot and killed the two Hamas attackers and then was mistakenly gunned down by Israeli soldiers. Video footage apparently shows the man disarming, kneeling, and opening his shirt to demonstrate to the soldiers that he was not a threat, but one of them killed him anyway. The incident has raised issues regarding the trigger happiness of Israeli security forces and the wisdom of the Israeli government's armed vigilante program, which in addition to risking civilian Palestinian deaths also risks more “friendly fire” shootings like this one.* The Washington Post published a story this weekend about the hasty evacuation of al-Nasr Children's Hospital in northern Gaza last month. Without going into some of the grislier details, the staff was forced to evacuate by the IDF and left behind four premature infants who likely would not have survived relocation. They say Israeli officials told them the infants would be taken out in Red Cross ambulances but apparently they were left to die and, eventually, decompose. Reporters discovered their remains during the ceasefire. Israeli officials insist that they never ordered al-Nasr's evacuation and have questioned the veracity of the story, despite video evidence and a recording of a phone call that the IDF itself released in which an Israeli official appears to acknowledge the need to rescue patients from the facility. The Red Cross says it never agreed to assist the evacuation and that conditions in northern Gaza would have made it impossible for its personnel to get to al-Nasr to retrieve the infants.* I mention the al-Nasr story because it strikes me as especially galling. In general I'm trying not to focus heavily on individual atrocities or allegations of atrocities in compiling these newsletters—there would be no space for anything else otherwise. I hope readers don't mistake that for apathy about any of these stories, going back to and including the atrocities committed/allegedly committed by Gazan militants on October 7 (I know cases of sexual violence have been receiving heavy coverage of late). I feel my role here is to try to provide an overview and for me that means keeping some distance from specific events. I'm sure I don't do that consistently but it is my aim.SYRIAAccording to Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, that Saturday morning Israeli missile attack in the vicinity of Damascus killed at least two of its personnel who were in Syria on an “advisory” mission. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that the strikes killed two Syrians who were affiliated with Hezbollah as well as two foreigners, presumably these IRGC members, while wounding five other people.YEMENHouthi rebels in northern Yemen fired a barrage of missiles and drones at ships in the Red Sea on Sunday. The group damaged three commercial ships and also fired at least three drones at the US naval destroyer USS Carney, which shot the projectiles down. There's no indication of any casualties and two of the vessels reported only minor damage (I'm unsure as to the status of the third). I would not be surprising if the US military were to retaliate against the Houthis in the near future, and there is a genuine risk that this could lead to a full-blown resumption of the Yemen war—though of course that would require Saudi Arabia's involvement.IRAQIraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shiaʿ al-Sudani reportedly told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken during a phone conversation on Saturday that Baghdad does not appreciate the US military carrying out attacks on Iraqi soil. The US attacked two Iraqi militia-linked targets on November 22 (during this newsletter's holiday pause), “killing nine pro-Iran fighters” in retaliation for attacks against US personnel according to AFP. Those attacks tapered off during the Gaza ceasefire, but as we know that ceasefire is no longer operative.On Sunday, US forces carried out a drone strike on a militia target in Iraq's Kirkuk province, killing at least five people and wounding five more. There was initially no indication as to responsibility (though one didn't exactly have to be Sherlock Holmes to solve this caper), but the US military later confirmed that it was responsible and characterized the strike as preempting “an imminent threat.”ASIAPAKISTANUnspecified gunmen attacked a bus in northern Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan region late Saturday, killing at least nine people and injuring at least 26 others. The bus driver was among those killed, along with the driver of a truck with which the bus collided. There's been no claim of responsibility and the main body of the Pakistani Taliban has taken the rare step of denying any involvement.PHILIPPINESA bombing targeting a Catholic mass killed at least four people and left several others wounded on the campus of Mindanao State University in the southern Philippine city of Marawi on Sunday. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack via Telegram. The previous day, the Philippine military said its forces killed at least 11 jihadist militants in nearby Maguindanao province in an attack targeting “suspected leaders and armed followers of the Dawla Islamiyah [i.e. ‘Islamic State'] and the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters” to borrow the AP's verbiage. I don't know whether Sunday's bombing was planned in advance or was intended as a direct retaliation for Saturday's incident.AFRICAGUINEA-BISSAUThe president of Guinea-Bissau, Umaro Sissoco Embaló, characterized Thursday night's gun battle between elements of the National Guard and his Presidential Palace Battalion as an “attempted coup” in comments to reporters on Saturday. Embaló had been out of the country attending the COP28 summit when the incident took place and said it had delayed his return to Bissau. National Guard commander Victor Tchongo is now in government custody, but Embaló appeared to suggest that there were other coup plotters behind Tchongo and said he would open an investigation into the incident on Monday. The National Guard is part of the Interior Ministry, which AFP says is “dominated” by the African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAICG). That party, which won June's parliamentary election and now controls the government, is opposed to Embaló.BURKINA FASOThe military governments of Burkina Faso and Niger announced on Saturday that they are both withdrawing from the G5 Sahel regional counterinsurgency force. That group was formed in 2014 with the aim of pooling resources to battle the various jihadist groups that were threatening Sahelian governments. It began deploying joint forces a couple of years later, but as you might already have concluded it's had minimal impact on the region's jihadist crisis. Mali's ruling junta quit last year, so of the original five member states only Mauritania and Nigeria still remain.ETHIOPIAOfficials in Ethiopia's Oromian regional government have accused the rebel Oromo Liberation Army of killing at least 36 civilians in attacks on three villages that took place on November 24 and 27. The OLA apparently hasn't commented and there's no confirmation of the government claim, but the alleged attacks took place not long after another round of peace talks between the OLA and Ethiopian government broke down, so it's conceivable the group decided to lash out in that moment. The OLA was formed as the military wing of the Oromo Liberation Front in the 1970s but broke away from the group's political leadership when the latter reached a peace accord with the Ethiopian government in 2018. It frequently attacks non-Oromo communities in Oromia, though authorities have only said that the victims of these attacks were Orthodox Christians without reference to ethnicity.EUROPEUKRAINERussian military operations in eastern Ukraine may have hit a couple of speed bumps over the weekend. For one thing, reports that emerged on Friday suggesting that the Russians had seized the town of Maryinka, southwest of the city of Donetsk, appear to have been a bit premature. Ukrainian forces are reportedly still in control of some parts of the town, including a coking plant, though that may change in relatively short order of course. Elsewhere, the Ukrainian military claimed on Saturday that Russian attacks on the city of Avdiivka had completely ceased for a full day. That too could change in a hurry, and indeed may already have changed by the time you read this, but it suggests the Russians were at least regrouping after spending the previous several days in what seemed like intense fighting to try to take the city.The Ukrainian government says it's investigating a claim that Russian soldiers summarily executed two surrendering Ukrainian military personnel. Details are minimal but there's a video of this alleged incident circulating on social media. Needless to say, intentionally killing surrendering soldiers is a war crime.FRANCEA knife-wielding attacker killed one German tourist and wounded two other people near Paris's Eiffel Tower late Saturday. The attacker is a French national who was on a French government “watch list,” had apparently pledged allegiance to Islamic State, and was also “known for having psychiatric disorders” according to Reuters. He cited the conflict in Gaza, among other triggers, to police after his arrest.AMERICASBRAZILBrazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva said on Sunday that he has no intention of bringing Brazil into full membership in the OPEC+ bloc and would stick to “observer” status only, one day after he somewhat incoherently told reporters that he wanted to join the group of major oil producing nations to try to encourage them to stop producing oil. OPEC+ extended a membership offer to Brazil on Thursday, which I gather has raised some eyebrows given Lula's stated commitment to combating climate change. Brazil's state-owned oil company, Petrobras, is continuing to pursue new oil exploration, also despite Lula's climate change position, though he says his aim is to invest oil profits in non-fossil fuel energy alternatives (and to encourage OPEC+ nations to do likewise). Oil remains the cause of, and solution to, all of humanity's problems.VENEZUELAVenezuelans, or at least the ones who participated, apparently voted overwhelmingly in Sunday's referendum to support their country's territorial claim on western Guyana's Essequibo region. Election officials said that the vote was 95 percent in favor for all of its five clauses—the most contentious of which was a question about whether or not to declare Essequibo a new Venezuelan state and extend citizenship to its residents—though there's not much insight as to turnout. There's no indication that the Venezuelan government is planning any imminent steps to try to actualize its claim on Essequibo but the referendum has nevertheless caused some consternation in Guyana and internationally.UNITED STATESFinally, HuffPost's Akbar Shahid Ahmed offers some welcome reassurance that the worst Middle East “expert” in Washington is still central to the Biden administration's regional policy:Four men in Washington shape America's policy in the Middle East. Three are obvious: President Joe Biden, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and national security adviser Jake Sullivan. The fourth is less well-known, despite his huge sway over the other three ― and despite his determination to keep championing policies that many see as fueling bloodshed in Gaza and beyond.His name is Brett McGurk. He's the White House coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa, and he's one of the most powerful people in U.S. national security.McGurk crafts the options that Biden considers on issues from negotiations with Israel to weapon sales for Saudi Arabia. He controls whether global affairs experts within the government ― including more experienced staff at the Pentagon and the State Department ― can have any impact, and he decides which outside voices have access to White House decision-making conversations. His knack for increasing his influence is the envy of other Beltway operators. And he has a clear vision of how he thinks American interests should be advanced, regarding human rights concerns as secondary at best, according to current and former colleagues and close observers.Indeed, even though McGurk has spent nearly 20 years giving bad advice about the Middle East to a succession of US presidents—and even though his fixation on Saudi-Israeli normalization at Palestinian expense may have helped trigger the October 7 attacks—his influence today appears to be greater than it's ever been. I'm sure that makes all of us feel a little better.Thanks for reading! Foreign Exchanges is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.foreignexchanges.news/subscribe
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Proper raising and training of a puppy can make a huge difference in how enjoyable your dog is when they are an adult and can set you up to meet your goals with your dog.Podcast Notes:(00:00) - Instructions(01:53) - Puppy Selection(05:19) - The Prenatal Period(07:31) - 0 - 2 Weeks Old(10:09) - 2 - 4 Weeks Old(17:48) - 4 - 12 Weeks Old(23:24) - Quick Recap(24:44) - Making a Plan(26:31) - Equipment(37:00) - Compartmentalization(38:44) - Multi-Dog Household(40:53) - The Crate(43:19) - Management(47:10) - Potty Training(52:14) - Healthy Separation(54:34) - Motivation(55:54) - Leash Walking(58:22) - Socialization(01:03:37) - Handling Drills(01:07:28) - Daily Schedule Example(01:10:33) - PrioritiesCanine Revolution Dog TrainingIf you need dog training, we are here to serve you!www.caninerevolutiondogtraining.comEpisode 91 : Erinhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000630664870Episode 67 : Chadhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000587234018Episode 52 : Lexyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000560026534Episode 51 : Kevinhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000558581715Episode 48 : Chrishttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000553921800Canine Revolution ApparelCheck out the new storefront on Amazon!Dog shirts, gym shirts, Guinea shirts, rain jackets, hoodies, etc.https://www.amazon.com/stores/CANINEREVOLUTIONAPPAREL/page/FD7AD6BF-FC04-498D-BE1E-43963961CBB1?ref_=ast_bln Origin USASupport America, Support yourself, Support the podcast at www.originusa.com and use code "SINGER101" at checkout for 10% off your orderJOCKOFUELSupport yourself and the podcast by getting the best supplements at www.jockofuel.com and use code "CANINEREVOLUTION" at checkout for 10% off your order.K9 Super SupplementsThe best supplements for your dogs, Made in America! JOINT SUPPORT, MULTI VITAMIN, WEIGHT GAINER, PUPPY FORMULA. Use code "CanineRevolution" when you checkout at https://k9-super-supplements.myshopify.com/caninerevolution for 15% off your order. Your order also helps support this podcast.Visit Pack Talk Podcast on YouTube for video versions of the podcast and exclusive content.For guest speaking, coaching/consulting,Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Barry Nickelsberg Talks about the Carter Foundation, President Jimmy Carter and his love for Rosalynn. This was recorded 5 days before Rosalynn's death. is the Chief Development Officer for Estate & Gift Planning at The Carter Center. Barry has worked in development for colleges and universities throughout the world for the past four decades. He has written three books on fundraising for notfor-profits, hosted a three-part series on Fundraising in America for PBS and twice chaired the World Congress on Philanthropy. Working alongside government officials, Barry designed and organized a “nonprofit experiment” for the People's Republic of China which opened that country to foreign adoption. Barry is a graduate of Ithaca College, received a Certificate from the Harvard Business School and completed his graduate work in Administration at Yale University. Barry organized and managed the first private sector campaign for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ($400 million raised) ITESM (the MIT of Latin America-$254 million raised) and for the World Health Organization ($60 million raised). He is credited with helping not-for-profit organizations raise in excess of $1 billion.. Barry has worked at The Carter Center since 2009. The organization was founded in 1982 by President Jimmy Carter to help build democracies around the world and eradicate five tropical diseases. Most notably, The Carter Center is responsible for reducing the number of cases of Guinea worm throughout the world from 3.5 million in 1986 to less than 30 today. In addition, The Carter Center has monitored 106 elections worldwide and has brokered peace treaties through its Center for Conflict Resolution. www.cartercenter.org
This week John gives a mini review of Grant Singer's Reptile (2023) starring Benicio Del Toro, Alicia Silverstone, and Justin Timberlake, after which the boys head back to 1961 to talk about how God is a spider in Ingmar Bergman's Through A Glass Darkly (1961). Four actors, a three-time Oscar winning director, a two-time Oscar winning cinematographer, Sweden, beer… Let's drink and talk movies! Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro, Mini Reviews, Gripes; 24:17 1961 + Through A Glass Darkly; 1:04:37 What You Been Watching? Additional Cast/Crew: Harriet Andersson, Gunnar Björnstrand, Max von Sydow, Lars Passgård, Allan Ekelund, Sven Nykvist, Erik Nordgren. Dasein on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/77H3GPgYigeKNlZKGx11KZ Dasein on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/dasein/1637517407 Additional Tags: The Weekend, Travis Scott, U2, Apple, Apple Podcasts, 101 Dalmations, The Parent Trap, Switzerland, West Side Story, Wikipedia, Australia, Queensland, Melbourne, Indonesia, Java, Jakarta, Bali, Guinea, The British, England, The SEC, Ronald Reagan, Stock Buybacks, Marvel, MCU, DCEU, Film, Movies, Southeast Asia, The Philippines, Vietnam, America, The US, Academy Awards, WGA Strike, SAG-AFTRA, SAG Strike.
NavigationUse the link below for a short mediacast covering our past, present and future series. https://youtu.be/KWNKPsXLV5EOur Youtube challenge has organized each of the series into its own playlist. Find it here:https://www.youtube.com/@soccerphiles/playlistsOur Podcast host has all the episodes in reverse chronological order. Find it here:https://soccerphiles.captivate.fm/DescriptionThis is the short version of series 20: A preview of each group and each team in the 2023 African Cup finals tournament. The full version of the Groups and Teams of the 2023 African Cup will follow shortly. Series 20 continues with the players of each team. These will begin coming out shortly after. Time Stamps:Part 1 – Introduction of Short SeriesIntro - 0:43Part 2 – Brief History and Recent FormSenegal - 2:30Cameroon - 4:31Guinea - 6:49Gambia - 8:21Part 3 – Comparison and DiscussionDiscussion of prospects – 10:45
Jasmine accuses Gino of cheating after finding lipstick in his car. Perhaps his lavish pro bocce ball player lifestyle has gone to his head. Devin meets Nick's parents for the first time and it's as awkward as expected. Sophie considers giving Rob the Nob another chance. Clayton's fiance is confused why his mom is in a closet and his Guinea pigs roam free.
This week the boys join Mel Gibson and Sigourney weaver as they head to Indonesia with Peter Weir's “The Year of Living Dangerously”. Of course, the real standout is Linda Hunt in an Oscar winning (and history making) performance as Billy. This fantastic movie is about western print journalism in the age of eastern political chaos (sound familiar???????), and it stands out in the year 1982. Also listen in to hear John's mini review of David Fincher's “The Killer” starring Michael Fassbender, now on Netflix, and Dave's minuscule review of “The Marvels”, which is Marvel's lowest grossing (and one of the lowest rated) opening to date despite fantastic audience reviews. Find all of our Socials at: https://linktr.ee/theloveofcinema. Our phone number is 646-484-9298, it accepts texts or voice messages. 0:00 Intro, Mini Reviews, Gripes; 21:14 1982 + The Year of Living Dangerously; 59:43 What You Been Watching? Additional Cast/Crew: Bembol Roco, David Williamson, C.J. Koch, Michael Murphy, Bill Kerr, Kuh Ledesma, Maurice Jarre, Jim McElroy, Freddie Fields, William M. Anderson, Brie Larson, Nia DaCosta, Teyonah Parris, Samuel L. Jackson, Iman Vellani, Zawe Ashton, Park Soo-joon, Gary Lewis, Kelsey Grammer, Tessa Thompson, Hailee Steinfeld, Lashana Lynch, Kevin Feige, Tilda Swinton, Charles Parnell, Alexis Nolens, Arliss Howard, Kerry O'Malley, Andrew Kevin Walker, Hans Zimmer, Atticus Ross, Trent Reznor, Erik Messerschmidt. Dasein on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/77H3GPgYigeKNlZKGx11KZ Dasein on Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/dasein/1637517407 Additional Tags: Australia, Queensland, Melbourne, Indonesia, Java, Jakarta, Bali, Guinea, The British, England, The SEC, Ronald Reagan, Stock Buybacks, Marvel, MCU, DCEU, Film, Movies, Southeast Asia, The Phillippines, Vietnam, America, The US, Academy Awards, WGA Strike, SAG-AFTRA, SAG Strike.
On Daybreak Africa: The Biden administration plans to cut funds for humanitarian programs in South Sudan. Plus, Somalia is coping with the worst flooding in decades. Guinea's military government offers a $50 thousand reward for information on the whereabouts of a jail break suspect. A UN Relief Agency welcomes relief for Gaza, but on a sustained basis. We'll have a report on aid delivery through a border crossing between Israel and Gaza. Today is World Immunization Day. For this and more tune to Daybreak Africa!
A pesar de que, por su cercanía a las Canarias, los marinos castellanos pasaron siglos recalando en las costas saharauis, la presencia española allí es muy reciente; se remonta a 1884. En aquel año Francia, Inglaterra y Alemania se pusieron de acuerdo para convocar una conferencia internacional en Berlín al objeto de que las potencias europeas –España, aunque venida a menos, todavía lo era– se repartiesen el continente africano pacíficamente. Cada país llegó con sus reclamaciones y los hechos objetivos que las respaldaban. España, baldada después de un siglo de guerras en la península y en ultramar, golpes de Estado y tantas constituciones como gobernantes, a poco podía aspirar. A diferencia de portugueses y franceses, los españoles no podían presumir de africanismo. Durante cuatro siglos habían volcado sus fuerzas en la empresa americana y apenas les quedó tiempo y dinero para emprender la colonización de África. Todo lo más que los delegados españoles en la conferencia podían reclamar eran unos derechos históricos sobre unas islas del golfo de Guinea y cierta presencia más o menos continua en el norte de Marruecos y las costas del Sáhara. Arguyeron que ya se habían establecido factorías costeras y que estaban ultimando los preparativos para la fundación de una ciudad, Villa Cisneros, en la península de Río de Oro. Alemanes, franceses y británicos, poco o nada interesados en ese despoblado rincón del desierto, accedieron a las reivindicaciones españolas y de ahí surgieron dos colonias: la de Río de Oro en el sur y la de Saguia el Hamra en el norte. La exploración fue lenta. Los habitantes eran pocos, no había ciudades y la única riqueza conocida, la pesca, se venía explotando desde tiempo inmemorial. Las fronteras definitivas no se trazaron hasta 1920. La capital, El Aaiún, no se fundó hasta 1940, y no fue sino hasta bien entrada la década de los 50 cuando se empezaron a explotar los recursos naturales con vistas a costear, siquiera en parte, los cuantiosos gastos que ocasionaba aquel remoto e improductivo lugar. Para entonces el Sáhara se había convertido ya en el África Occidental Española, pomposa denominación inspirada en los usos franceses. En 1958, coincidiendo con la independencia de Marruecos y la entrega a Rabat de la colonia de Cabo Juby, las posesiones saharianas pasaron a ser una provincia española casi como cualquier otra: enviaba procuradores a Cortes, tenía código propio de matrícula (SH) y un gobernador general. Los lugareños, conocidos como saharauis, eran prácticamente españoles. Podían viajar a la metrópoli y establecerse en ella si así lo deseaban, libraban sus deudas en pesetas y se les expedía un DNI parecido al nuestro, pero con un distintivo rojo. Durante 18 años, los que estuvo jurídicamente vivo el llamado Sáhara Español, la nueva provincia registró un importante crecimiento económico y demográfico. Las minas de fosfatos, descubiertas a finales de los 40, y la exuberante pesquería costera, unido a un flujo ininterrumpido de capital desde la península, pusieron el territorio en el mapa por primera vez en la historia. La situación no tardó en dar un brusco giro. Hasán II, rey de Marruecos desde 1961, se tomó como algo personal la anexión del Sáhara, que consideraba parte irrenunciable de su país. Después de caldear el ambiente durante varios años, en octubre de 1975 organizó una expedición, a la que denominó Marcha Verde, con 300.000 civiles desarmados. Su misión sería cruzar la frontera y plantarse delante de las tropas españolas, que tendrían que elegir entre perpetrar una matanza de civiles o retirarse. Por otro lado, el estruendo revolucionario de las guerras de independencia africanas había llegado a la zona: en 1973, unos jóvenes universitarios capitaneados por El Uali Mustafa Sayed fundaron el Frente Polisario a imagen y semejanza de los movimientos de liberación nacional que proliferaban por el Tercer Mundo. El Polisario, cuyas siglas responden al castellanísimo nombre de Frente Popular de Liberación de Saguia el Hamra y Río de Oro, no tardó en atentar contra los destacamentos españoles y las instalaciones mineras. Para colmo, Franco se estaba muriendo y en la Península se abría una nueva etapa política llena de incógnitas. Todos, empezando por el Rey, sabían que había que salir del Sáhara. La cuestión era cuándo y cómo. La respuesta se dio seis días antes de morir el dictador: España, Marruecos y Mauritania firmaron un protocolo en Madrid en el que España se comprometía a ceder el territorio y a abandonarlo antes del 28 de febrero de 1976. La evacuación fue rapidísima. Se puso en marcha la Operación Golondrina, cuyo objetivo era que todos los españoles abandonaran la provincia de inmediato. El Estado se encargó del transporte de personas y bienes hasta las Canarias, donde se reasentó la mayor parte de los desplazados. Se cerraron comercios, se vaciaron casas e iglesias, hasta se sacó a los muertos de sus tumbas. Todo lo que se podía mover se movió a Gran Canaria o a Fuerteventura. La operación aeronaval fue de tal envergadura que durante los meses de noviembre y diciembre la Armada despachó para las costas del Sáhara, aparte de los transportes, dos fragatas, dos destructores, una corbeta y un dique de desembarco, el Galicia, que había servido en la Guerra Mundial durante la invasión de Okinawa. La Armada no había organizado una maniobra semejante desde la Guerra de Cuba. A mediados de enero apenas quedaban españoles en el Sáhara. Los saharauis quedaron a merced de los marroquíes y los mauritanos. Éstos últimos se retiraron pronto, cuando comprobaron que conquistar el Sáhara pedía mucho a cambio de casi nada. Los primeros siguen allí y pocos son los que se acuerdan de aquella colonia remota a la que casi nadie quería ir. Pues bien, para hablar de este tema tan interesante como desconocido vuelve a La ContraHistoria Carlos Pérez Simancas, todo un experto en estas pequeñas historias. Bibliografía: - "La historia prohibida del Sáhara Español" de Tomás Bárbulo - https://amzn.to/3MCYodw - "Ifni, Sáhara, Guinea" de Emilio Martín Ferrer - https://amzn.to/3SzHwrV - "Sáhara Español. El último reemplazo" de Xavier Gassió - https://amzn.to/3FR7nUH - "Agonía, traición, huida: el final del Sahara español" de José Luis Rodríguez - https://amzn.to/3QThlvp · Canal de Telegram: https://t.me/lacontracronica · “Hispanos. Breve historia de los pueblos de habla hispana”… https://amzn.to/428js1G · “La ContraHistoria de España. 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On Daybreak Africa: The World Food Program has resumed activities in eastern DRC, where thousands of IDP's are in desperate need of assistance. Plus, former Guinea military leader Dadis Camara is recaptured after a jail break. The East African Community hails the possible extension of the AGOA trade pact. SADC discusses deploying a mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The United Nations says the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip is the worst since October 7. A spokesperson for the Israeli Defense Forces says the army has taken steps to protect civilians in its war against Hamas. For this and more tune to Daybreak Africa!
Denne uken tar vi reisen til et lite land på kysten av Vest-Afrika, nemlig Guinea-Bissau. Landet må ikke forveksles med nabolandet Guinea, og hvis du nå spør "hvem i alle dager gjør det?" så kan jeg henvise til ukens gjest. Her er det en asfaltert vei, kun et par millioner innbyggere, lite turistvennlighet, mindre gunstig kollektivtransport, merkverdig drikkekultur på søndager, en gryende kokainbusiness og alle komplikasjoner som kommer etter å ha vært portugisisk eiendom. Einar med seg et lite utvalg av mer eller mindre kvalitetssikrede fakta som han brodelig deler med ukens gjest: Myten, legenden, forfatteren, glodetrotteren og, ikke minst, 198 Land-fanfavoritten Erika Fatland.Prøv BookBeat gratis i 45 dager via denne lenken: bookbeat.no/198landProdusert av Martin Oftedal, PLAN-B Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Welcome aboard "The Wealth Elevator," where financial independence is the ultimate destination. Join our host as they guide you through the rebranding journey in the first episode of the introduction series. Discover the inspiration behind the rebrand, rooted in the upcoming book, "The Wealth Elevator," and learn how the frustration of navigating the personal finance blogsphere birthed this cheat code to financial independence. In this episode, delve into the meticulous process of rebranding, from a complete overhaul of colors and logos to the revamped website structure at TheWealthElevator.com. Say goodbye to the overwhelming Simple Passive Cashflow era as the podcast evolves into a user-friendly platform, tailored for both newbies and seasoned investors. Explore the promises of the rebrand, from a fresh look and enhanced functionality to refreshed e-courses for existing members and an invitation for newcomers to join The Wealth Elevator Club. The transition extends to social media, offering short-form content to cater to diverse preferences. Discover the wealth of knowledge waiting for you in the new member section, featuring e-courses on infinite banking, accredited investor banking, and specialized content for passive investors. The Wealth Elevator goes beyond real estate, encompassing taxes and future ventures, with the host acting as a personal Guinea pig to bring the best practices back to you. Uncover the podcast's mission: educating the next generation on unconventional wealth-building tactics. The rebrand, book, and community work together to provide a meaningful path to financial independence. Join the call to action, share information, connect with the community, and let's elevate each other together. Ponder the metaphor of the elevator as the host guides you through different floors. Pay it forward as you reach financial success, sending the elevator back down for others. Experience a seamless transition through the rebrand, with the team at email@example.com ready to assist. Connect personally by calling 808-215-5531 for support. As the episode concludes, remember the purpose: to provide valuable information and education for achieving financial independence. Thank you for tuning in to the first episode of the introduction series. Stay tuned for future episodes as we journey through the different floors of The Wealth Elevator.
Welcome aboard "The Wealth Elevator," where financial independence is the ultimate destination. Join our host as they guide you through the rebranding journey in the first episode of the introduction series. Discover the inspiration behind the rebrand, rooted in the upcoming book, "The Wealth Elevator," and learn how the frustration of navigating the personal finance blogsphere birthed this cheat code to financial independence.In this episode, delve into the meticulous process of rebranding, from a complete overhaul of colors and logos to the revamped website structure at TheWealthElevator.com. Say goodbye to the overwhelming Simple Passive Cashflow era as the podcast evolves into a user-friendly platform, tailored for both newbies and seasoned investors.Explore the promises of the rebrand, from a fresh look and enhanced functionality to refreshed e-courses for existing members and an invitation for newcomers to join The Wealth Elevator Club. The transition extends to social media, offering short-form content to cater to diverse preferences.Discover the wealth of knowledge waiting for you in the new member section, featuring e-courses on infinite banking, accredited investor banking, and specialized content for passive investors. The Wealth Elevator goes beyond real estate, encompassing taxes and future ventures, with the host acting as a personal Guinea pig to bring the best practices back to you.Uncover the podcast's mission: educating the next generation on unconventional wealth-building tactics. The rebrand, book, and community work together to provide a meaningful path to financial independence. Join the call to action, share information, connect with the community, and let's elevate each other together.Ponder the metaphor of the elevator as the host guides you through different floors. Pay it forward as you reach financial success, sending the elevator back down for others. Experience a seamless transition through the rebrand, with the team at firstname.lastname@example.org ready to assist. Connect personally by calling 808-215-5531 for support.As the episode concludes, remember the purpose: to provide valuable information and education for achieving financial independence. Thank you for tuning in to the first episode of the introduction series. Stay tuned for future episodes as we journey through the different floors of The Wealth Elevator. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
World News in 7 minutes. Monday 6th November 2023.With Stephen Devincenzi.Today: Gaza raids. Blinken no ceasefire. Nepal earthquake. India smog. Ukraine Crimea hit. Germany hostage. Guinea non-escape. Kenya police in UK. US black women sue. So does Scarlett Johannson. And Colombia has too many hippopotami. If you enjoy the podcast please help to support us at send7.org/supportSupporters can read the transcripts at send7.org/transcriptsSupporters can try our weekly news quiz at send7.org/quizContact us at email@example.com or send an audio message at speakpipe.com/send7Please leave a rating on Apple podcasts or Spotify.SEND7 (Simple English News Daily in 7 minutes) tells the most important world news stories in intermediate English. Every day, listen to the most important stories from every part of the world in slow, clear English. Whether you are an intermediate learner trying to improve your advanced, technical and business English, or if you are a native speaker who just wants to hear a summary of world news as fast as possible, join Stephen Devincenzi, Ben Mallett and Juliet Martin every morning. Transcripts can be found at send7.org/transcripts. Simple English News Daily is the perfect way to start your day, by practising your listening skills and understanding complicated stories in a simple way. It is also highly valuable for IELTS and TOEFL students. Students, teachers, and people with English as a second language, tell us that they listen to SEND7 because they can learn English through hard topics, but simple grammar. We believe that the best way to improve your spoken English is to immerse yourself in real-life content, such as what our podcast provides. SEND7 covers all news including politics, business, natural events and human rights. Whether it is happening in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Americas or Oceania, you will hear it on SEND7, and you will understand it. For more information visit send7.org/contactThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4907677/advertisement
Roger Wright is a retired Chief Warrant Officer in the United States Navy. His career spanned many assignments, one of those being River Division 554 in Vietnam on the Riverine Swift Boats where he earned the Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" for meritorious service and acts of valor in combat. 00:00 - Introductions03:40 - Opening Thought08:05 - Serving in Vietnam12:59 - Mental Health after the War23:00 - Training in Vietnam30:34 - Discussing Combat35:26 - First Jungle Patrol37:50 - R&R and more on Vietnam46:00 - Day to Day Life on River Patrol51:58 - Funny Story while Serving 54:29 - How the Riverboats Operate01:00:00 - More Vietnam Stories01:03:42 - Early Childhood/Teen Years01:05:00 - Joining the Navy01:11:45 - Bootcamp01:20:23 - Serving on Various Ships01:34:00 - More on Combat01:49:00 - Final Thoughts02:11:48 - Debrief with the TeamCanine Revolution Dog TrainingIf you need dog training, we are here to serve you!www.caninerevolutiondogtraining.comEpisode 91 : Erinhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000630664870Episode 67 : Chadhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000587234018Episode 52 : Lexyhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000560026534Episode 51 : Kevinhttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000558581715Episode 48 : Chrishttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/canine-revolution-radio/id1515830522?i=1000553921800Canine Revolution Apparelcheck out the new storefront on Amazon!Dog shirts, gym shirts, Guinea shirts, rain jackets, hoodies, etc.https://www.amazon.com/stores/CANINEREVOLUTIONAPPAREL/page/FD7AD6BF-FC04-498D-BE1E-43963961CBB1?ref_=ast_bln Origin USASupport America, Support yourself, Support the podcast at www.originusa.com and use code "SINGER101" at checkout for 10% off your orderJOCKOFUELSupport yourself and the podcast by getting the best supplements at www.jockofuel.com and use code "CANINEREVOLUTION" at checkout for 10% off your order.K9 Super SupplementsThe best supplements for your dogs, Made in America! JOINT SUPPORT, MULTI VITAMIN, WEIGHT GAINER, PUPPY FORMULA. Use code "CanineRevolution" when you checkout at https://k9-super-supplements.myshopify.com/caninerevolution for 15% off your order. Your order also helps support this podcast.Visit Pack Talk Podcast on YouTube for video versions of the podcast and exclusive content.sIf you would like Chad to be a guest speaker at your event, email : firstname.lastname@example.orgFor guest speaking, coaching/consulting,Email: email@example.com
Israel says the circumstances of an explosion at a UN school-turned-shelter in Gaza are "under review". We hear from an eye-witness at the scene. Also in the programme: Blinken in Jordan; and a presidential jailbreak in Guinea. (Picture: Palestinians react following a strike at a UN-run school sheltering displaced people, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas. Credit: REUTERS/Anas al-Shareef)
Chancellor Olaf Scholz says Germany and the EU is committed to boosting security in West Africa and could provide support to fight the jihadi insurgency spreading from the Sahel region to the Gulf of Guinea. What kind of support can it provide and which countries want German support. And, will the military rulers who now dominate the Sahel even cooperate?
Hawa Bah is originally from Guinea, in West Africa. Hawa moved to the UK in 2007. As a survivor of FGM and child marriage, She created an organization called HawaDal-Peaceful Mind to end FGM. Hawa also works for Touchstone in partnership with the National Health Service to advocate for girls who are FGM survivors and for Solace, an organization that works with refugees and asylum seekers. In 2022, Hawa received the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service. Hawa is also the owner of Mahin Ka Men, a catering business.In this episode, Hawa discusses her advocacy to end FGM in the U.K. and globally… the pain and trauma she experienced as a survivor of FGM at 8 or 9 years old, and her forced child marriage at 13 years old in Guinea the country where she was born… her strength in surviving… faith, forgiveness, and moving on… the significance of being recognized with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service… the importance of being respected, values, and recognized… appreciating being able to stay in the U.K., where she can make her own decisions and use her voice to help end FGM… the need for education, investment, and the involvement of community members in the flight to end FGM. (United Kingdom and Guinea, West Africa)
In this episode of African Geopardy, we delve into "Maritime Security in the Gulf of Guinea: Making a Case for the Combined Maritime Task Force (CMTF)" with our esteemed guest, Captain Mohammad Saghir Shettima. Captain Shettima, a distinguished officer in the Nigerian Navy, serves as the Commanding Officer for FOB Igbokoda and is a seasoned maritime security consultant. If you're unfamiliar with the CMTF concept and wish to gain a clearer understanding, especially in the context of drawing insights from the multinational joint task force combating insurgency in the Lake Chad Basin, then don't miss this episode. You may have wondered how the CMTF would work when the provisions of the Yaounde Agreement have not been fully implemented; we've got you covered. Just press play and hear Captain Shettima share his valuable insights.
Prayer support is just as vital as financial support. This session will explore how to thrive for a lifetime. You will need churches to send you, and a full and engaged prayer and financial support team.
Tres Sabores (“three tastes”) was founded in 1999 by winemaker and owner, Julie Johnson, to explore the ‘three savory flavors' in every glass of wine: the taste of the vine, the terroir, and the good company around the table. The property is filled with growing history as olives and vines were planted here over a century ago. Today, the farm is a certified organic (CCOF) grower of Cabernet, Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, and Petit Verdot, pomegranates, Meyer lemons, and Olives. We also raise Guinea fowl and sheep who serve not only as lawn mowers and the mobile fertilization team for the ranch but also ‘go to market' and are served in some of the finest farm to table restaurants in the Bay Area.
On Daybreak Africa: King Charles III of the United Kingdom begins a four-day visit to Kenya Tuesday. Guinea's anti-corruption court bans accountants from traveling outside the country. A Liberian Nobel Peace laureate says some Liberian political leaders during this year's electoral season have been behaving like what she calls “Clever Devils.”. Malian Artists decry the suspension of French cultural exchange. No Constraints on US Weapons Sent to Israel. Israel expands its ground incursion into Gaza. For this and more tune to Daybreak Africa!
Empezaron cuatro en 2021: Chad en abril, Mali en mayo, Guinea en setiembre y Sudán en octubre. El año pasado, Burkina Faso, en enero. Y en lo que va de este, dos países: Níger en julio y Gabón en agosto. El continente africano está viendo una sucesión de golpes de Estado militares. Esto está teniendo efectos varios en África: este lunes, EEUU suspendió su asistencia económica a Gabón. En Níger, el régimen militar expulsó hace un par de semanas a la coordinadora de Naciones Unidas. Mientras que Francia, antigua potencia colonial en la región, inició este mes el retiro de los militares que tenía apostados también en Níger, lo cual había sido una exigencia de los nuevos gobernantes. Por supuesto nada de esto es nuevo en un continente históricamente inestable, pero sí llama la atención la cantidad y el hecho de que se den casi al mismo tiempo. ¿Qué hay detrás? ¿Hay un hilo conductor? ¿Qué rol juegan las insurgencias jihadistas que ganan cada vez más poder? Conversamos En Perspectiva con Mercedes Sayagués en una nueva columna de Mirando a África.
Every day healthcare workers face a lot of stressful and emotionally challenging situations at work. Moreover the long drawn pandemic has had its impact on healthcare workers. Numerous deaths, making difficult choices due to resource constraints and overstretched days are some of the challenges that have affected health workers mentally and emotionally. With daily work demands being constant many of them are left with these issues unresolved. How then can we care for our caregivers who support the health and quality of life of their patients and their relatives? This is a taster of a program that uses large group learnings, small group sharing, peer-to-peer interactions and role-plays. This session will also provide an overview of the program that provides healthcare teams a platform to address their unaddressed pain, and emotional as well as psychological hurts Using a structured and sustained approach the program provides the supportive environment, caring community and appropriate skills for the healing of healthcare workers and equips them to go on to become better careers in the workplace. https://bit.ly/gmhc2022_mathewmulavelil_caringforthecaregiver