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    Tore Says Show
    Tue 28 Jun: The Club - Fraud History - Green ID - Vote Flippers - Glass Asses - Round 6 - Hot July

    Tore Says Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 179:40


    The world is learning that American elections were corrupted long ago. Here's some fraud history for review. vote flipping made easy, and convincing. Test it all overseas. There were color revs elsewhere too. Getting people to play the game is goal one. All cabal assets are being deployed. Please, not Scammy again. Time travel means predictive analytics. Color revs and Kraken access. Rudi's Kiev trip was a good one. Humble State officials witnessed Ukraine elections? Seeing fraud in action. Election electronics are weapons of war and designed at the DOD. The new J6 witness gives it a good looking shot. Sweat, lies and honeypots. The real journalists have thick skins. Hearsay from the lower level staff. What's coming over the next few weeks will be very loud. Now, it is finally time to really see how they operate. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Briefing
    Is Musk right? Is work from home dead?

    The Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 20:48


    The world watched on as Tesla founder Elon Musk told his staff working from home is over – and if they didn't want to return to the office, they could look elsewhere for a job.  Atlassian's Scott Farquhar came straight out and said any Tesla staffers looking for work would be welcome at Atlassian.  So is Musk right?  Is working from home dead?  Dr Libby Sander is Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, the founder and director of the Future of Work Project.  Libby says for so long big corporations were inflexible and saying remote working wasn't an option but -- then quickly proved it can be, thanks to the pandemic.    So what happens next, because we're no longer mandated to stay home to work and life is largely back to normal? So what now? Is work from home really here to stay? And who does it truly benefit?  Today's Headlines Ghislaine Maxwell sentenced to 20 years FTA agreement with Europe on the cards Australia hopes to reopen Kyiv embassy 50+ dead in Texas people smuggling incident Scottish independence vote 2023 Follow The Briefing: Instagram: @thebriefingpodcast  Facebook: TheBriefingNewsAU Twitter: @TheBriefingAU  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Signal
    How much longer can Ukraine keep fighting?

    The Signal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 12:35


    When a missile hit a crowded shopping centre, killing at least 16 people, it reminded us Vladimir Putin is not willing to end the terror he is inflicting on Ukranian civilians. That attack and renewed bombings in the capital Kyiv come as soldiers continue the relentless fighting in the east of the country. Today, former Australian Army Major General Mick Ryan on why the battles remind him of World War 2 and whether the fighting could be over before the end of the year. Featured: Mick Ryan, retired Australian Army Major General

    Ahora Misiones Noticias
    Noticias Nacionales

    Ahora Misiones Noticias

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 8:30


    ESTOS SON LOS TITULOS DE NOTICIAS NACIONALES EN AHORA MISIONES NACIONALES Milagro Sala, fue trasladada a la clínica Los Lapachos en San Salvador de Jujuy y quedó internada luego de que los médicos le diagnosticaron una "trombosis venosa profunda". Desde la organización Tupac Amaru aseguraron que Sala estaba compensada, con medicación anticoagulante, y permanecía atendida por especialistas a la espera de otros estudios. Alberto Fernández se reunió con el primer ministro británico, Boris Johnson, y señaló que no existe posibilidad de avances en la relación mientras no se comience una negociación por la soberanía de las Islas Malvinas. El encuentro duró media hora, y se inició con un intercambio sobre Ucrania, con posiciones distintas, porque el británico sostiene un apoyo abierto a Kiev, y Fernández señaló la necesidad de establecer negociaciones con Moscú. El presidente de la Cámara de Diputados, Sergio Massa, señaló que "Malvinas nos une a los argentinos y nos separa de Boris Johnson". Lo afirmó tras la reunión que Alberto Fernández mantuvo con el primer ministro británico en Alemania. Alberto Fernández remarcó en su discurso la necesidad del "diálogo" para alcanzar el "cese de hostilidades" entre Rusia y Ucrania. También abogó "por la construcción de una nueva arquitectura financiera internacional, que incluya a las periferias del mundo" y celebró los debates sobre "impuestos que corrijan la concentración del ingreso". Alberto Fernández se mostró satisfecho por haber llevado "la voz del continente" y haber reclamado al Norte global "que preste atención a la periferia" durante su participación como mandatario invitado en la cumbre del G7. Lo dijo en una conferencia de prensa para los medios argentinos que cubren el encuentro de las siete economías más pujantes del planeta. Movimientos populares, sociales, ambientales y sindicales se movilizan hoy al mediodía frente al Obelisco contra la Cumbre del G7 para "responsabilizar a los países centrales por la deuda ecológica. Bajo el lema "La deuda es con los pueblos y con la naturaleza", reclamarán “la anulación de las deudas financieras ilegítimas impuestas al Sur Global". La Multisectorial por la Escuela Pública reclamó "soluciones concretas" al gobierno porteño de Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, de Juntos por el Cambio. Señalaron que el 20 por ciento de las escuelas de gestión estatal tiene problemas edilicios y el 10 por ciento no tiene calefacción. La Campaña Nacional por el Derecho al Aborto Legal, Seguro y Gratuito convocó ayer a movilizar a la embajada norteamericana en el barrio porteño de Palermo. Realizaron un pañuelazo verde para protestar contra el fallo de la Corte Suprema de ese país que deja en manos de los estados la decisión de garantizar el derecho al aborto. El Gobierno nacional designó a la ministra de Gobierno bonaerense, Cristina Álvarez Rodríguez, como presidenta del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Históricas "Eva Perón", cargo que ejerce de manera ad honorem. El organismo depende del Ministerio de Cultura de la Nación. El expresidente Eduardo Duhalde contó que intentó suicidarse: “Estuve muy mal de salud por un remedio que había tomado y, para hacerla corta, casi me suicido”, contó a Perfil. “Las personas que vivían en un piso alto que fui a visitar esa noche no estaban. Cuando me subí al auto, estaba enojado porque no estaban y perdí la razón”, aseguró el expresidente. El Banco Central tomó medidas para controlar el “festival de las importaciones”. La autoridad monetaria que dirige Miguel Pesce puso mayores controles a las compras de productos, de servicios y de capital para cuidar las reservas internacionales y garantizar los gastos extraordinarios para adquirir energía. Alberto Fernández defendió desde Alemania

    CNN Poder
    Bolsonaro diz que, com novo presidente, Petrobras terá "nova dinâmica"

    CNN Poder

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 40:50


    Nesta edição, o WW analisa a crise dos combustíveis no Brasil. O Conselho de Administração da Petrobras aprovou nesta segunda-feira o nome de Caio Mario Paes de Andrade para presidente da estatal. Após o anúncio, Bolsonaro declarou: “Pode ter certeza, hoje o Caio está tomando posse na Petrobras, nós teremos uma nova dinâmica na questão dos combustíveis no Brasil”. Ainda neste assunto, os analistas Caio Junqueira, Thais Arbex e Raquel Landim também debatem o novo pacote de benefícios que Bolsonaro tenta emplacar, entre eles o vale-gás. O presidente do Banco Central, Roberto Campos Neto, disse que, mesmo com as novas medidas que estão sendo desenhadas pelo governo, “o pior momento da inflação no Brasil já passou”. Ainda nesta edição, William Waack e Lourival Sant'Anna falam sobre a Guerra na Ucrânia, com destaque para os últimos ataques russos: em um shopping center em Kremenchuk, nesta segunda-feira, e em Kiev, no domingo.

    Nota de Voz de Mesa Central
    Martes 28 de junio: La Convención Constitucional comienza hoy sus últimos plenos antes de la entrega del texto final

    Nota de Voz de Mesa Central

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 3:05


    Martes 28 de junio: El Presidente de la República, conocido el golpe en las encuestas a su aprobación en los últimos días, decidió comenzar la semana en el norte, en Arica, donde tendrá diversas actividades y un tema insoslayable, la inmigración y una de sus derivadas, la seguridad, por su parte, la Convención comienza hoy sus últimos plenos, con algunas definiciones pendientes en cuanto al procedimiento, para votar unas 500 modificaciones propuestas por la Comisión de Armonización, el último paso antes de la entrega del borrador, el lunes de la próxima semana, en la guerra de Ucrania, Rusia niega que un misil suyo haya caído sobre un centro comercial, donde hay unos 16 muertos y unos 40 desaparecidos, después de lo que Kiev llama un crimen de guerra, y en los deportes hay acción chilena en Wimbledon. Ayer, Alejandro Tabilo pasó a segunda ronda y hoy Cristián Garín debuta con un top 15, el italiano Mateo Berettini, finalmente, se cumplen 38 años del lanzamiento de un álbum que fue uno de los más populares de la década del 80 y pivotal en la popularidad de Prince, Purple Rain fue lanzado el 25 de junio de 1984, por eso la recomendación de hoy es “When Doves Cry”.

    The Shift with Shane Hewitt
    Sylvain Charlebois, a Food security expert from Dalhousie University, gives us the 3 reasons why the cost of food is so high and if price gouging is contributing to it? Plus, Shane, Ryan and Brendan are back!

    The Shift with Shane Hewitt

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 64:27


    The band is back together after vacations and other life events. Shane, Ryan and Brendan re-unite and update their recent goings on.  There has been a shift in targets in Ukraine as Russia is once again bombarding Kyiv. Mykhailo Zhernakov, former judge and lawmaker, shares his first-hand experience with the attack. Back yard BBQ's are about to become a lot more expensive this summer. Sylvain Charlebois, a Food security expert from Dalhousie University, gives us the 3 reasons why the cost of food is so high and if price gouging is contributing to it?  Plus, RUOK with mayo? HEY, DO YOU LIKE PODCASTS? Why not subscribe to ours? find it on Apple, Google, Spotify & Curiouscast.ca   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Start Here
    Church and State of Play

    Start Here

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 24:49


    As activists try to delay the implementation of abortion bans, an emboldened Supreme Court releases a new ruling about prayer in public schools. Women in red states express concern about apps that track information about potential pregnancies. And as world leaders converge without him, Vladimir Putin launches a vicious attack on Kyiv. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Reboot Republic Podcast
    838. Ukraine – A War on Many Fronts

    Reboot Republic Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 20:40


    Earlier this morning Russian missiles hit a residential building near central Kyiv. This follows a big escalation of missile attacks on the previous day of between 40 and 50 strikes across Ukraine. To discuss this latest escalation, the G7 meeting, Ukraine's EU membership application, weaponry and the crises in energy and food supply is Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko. Note: Recorded Sunday, Jun 26 Join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshack

    Ascolta la Notizia
    Medvedev: «Qualsiasi tentativo di invadere la Crimea porterà alla terza guerra mondiale»

    Ascolta la Notizia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 1:10


    «Per noi la Crimea fa parte della Russia, e questo è per sempre. Qualsiasi tentativo di invadere la Crimea equivarrebbe a una dichiarazione di guerra contro il nostro Paese. Se uno Stato membro della Nato fa una tale mossa, porterà a un conflitto contro l'intera Alleanza del Nord Atlantico, la terza guerra mondiale, un disastro totale». Lo ha affermato il vicepresidente del Consiglio di sicurezza russo Dmitry Medvedev in un'intervista ad Argumenty i Fakty. L'ambasciatore russo negli Stati Uniti Anatoly Antonov, secondo quanto riporta la Tass, ha dichiarato che «le continue consegne di armi da Washington a Kiev non fanno altro che inasprire la spirale del conflitto e aumentare la minaccia di un ulteriore aggravamento con conseguenze imprevedibili». «L'inondazione sconsiderata e senza risposta di armi in Ucraina non fa che stringere la spirale del conflitto e aumentala minaccia di un'ulteriore escalation con conseguenze imprevedibili», ha affermato il canale Telegram dell'ambasciata russa. Scarica l’app di Ascolta la Notizia per Android: https://bit.ly/2F3ptXR o iPhone: https://apple.co/2F8zEdU Attiva la skill di Ascolta la Notizia nel tuo dispositivo Alexa: https://amzn.to/3K7RTfU

    Morning Announcements
    Tuesday, June 28th, 2022

    Morning Announcements

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 5:55


    Today, we start with laws and bans against abortion being put into effect across the nation. Then, The Supreme Court released a 6-3 ruling that a former Washington state high school football coach had a right to pray on the field immediately after games, while the January 6th House committee is holding an emergency hearing at 1pm eastern time tomorrow. Finally, news on the war in Ukraine, and Russia has set the trial for WNBA player Brittney Griner to begin on Friday, July 1st. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: NBC: Supreme Court rules for former coach in public school prayer case NPR: Jan. 6 committee schedules last-minute hearing for Tuesday AP News: Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe AP News: Russian missile strike hits crowded shopping mall in Ukraine Washington Post: Brittney Griner will stand trial starting July 1 in Russia

    RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast
    Will drones and heavy weaponry change the battlefield dynamic in Ukraine?

    RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:29


    After a weekend of missile strikes, Ukraine has renewed pleas for the West to send it more heavy weapons systems to protect cities. The attacks follow reports of a Ukrainian drone strike on a Russian oil refinery, one of the few times the conflict appears to have spilled over the border.

    Le débat
    Le G7 peut-il mettre fin à la guerre ? Les pays unis face à Moscou

    Le débat

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 44:31


    Le sommet du G7 s'est poursuivi ce lundi dans le sud de l'Allemagne en Bavière. Au cœur des discussions, la guerre en Ukraine. Les sept pays les plus industrialisés de la planète ont réaffirmé leur aide à Kiev. Ils ont promis de continuer à soutenir le pays dans tous les domaines "aussi longtemps qu'il le faudra". Présent par visioconférence au sommet ce lundi matin, le président ukrainien Volodymyr Zelensky leur a demandé de faire le maximum pour mettre fin à la guerre avant l'hiver.

    Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

    Yassmin Abdel-Magied and Robin Lustig discuss the opening day of the G7 summit as Russian missiles hit Kyiv. Also: Jens Stoltenberg's plan for a major Nato overhaul, the fallout from the overturning of Roe vs Wade and Seville launches a new system for naming heatwaves. Plus: the Royal College of Art in London unveils its new premises.

    The Leader | Evening Standard daily
    What are G7 leaders' strategies to counter Putin?

    The Leader | Evening Standard daily

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 13:37


    Behind the Alpine glad-handing at this year's G7 summit is an agenda packed with discussion points focussing on Russia's invasion of Ukraine.Leaders of the world's seven wealthiest nations will look to reach consensus on how to deal with the war's impact on global food and energy supply, all with the spectre of Covid's re-emergence looming large.At Schloss Elmau, in the Bavarian Alps, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky beamed in virtually to appeal for weapons and shore up support.It comes as Russian missiles struck the capital Kyiv over the weekend, the first attacks in three weeks.Ahead of the G7 summit, US president Joe Biden also unveiled a financial package aimed at addressing health, climate and energy security, gender inequality and digital connectivity.So, why is this G7 summit so critical? And what happens behind the scenes in those corridor stop-and-chats?After awkwardness at Nato in March, Prime Minister Boris Johnson did his best not to be pictured alone again at a summit, and cracked a joke about Vladmir Putin's pectoral muscles to colleagues.To help us unpick the policy nuance of this year's event, we're joined by Evening Standard deputy political editor David Bond. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    World Business Report
    G7 leaders discuss Russian oil price cap

    World Business Report

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 28:56


    A proposed price cap on Russian oil is being discussed by G7 leaders, from the world's most advanced economies, at a three-day summit at a luxury resort in the mountains of Bavaria, Germany. The war in Ukraine is at at the top of the G7 agenda, with nations expected to promise further military support for Kyiv and more sanctions on Moscow. We discuss the price cap and look at how it could affect the cost oil globally if introduced. Elsewhere, criminal barristers in England and Wales go on strike in a dispute over legal aid funding and pay. As the Wimbledon tennis tournament gets underway, we consider its economic impact and find out about the value of tennis tournaments and sponsorships internationally.

    CNN News Briefing
    9 AM ET: Mailing abortion pills, more Russian sanctions, SC alligator attack & more

    CNN News Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:12


    As protests continue over the ruling against Roe v. Wade focus is coming onto medical abortion pills that can be sent through the mail. G7 leaders are trying to find more ways to sanctions Russia as Moscow is still making money from oil revenues. Meanwhile a deadly Russian missile strike hit an apartment building in Kyiv. Several people are dead and hundreds injured after a part of a stadium collapsed in Colombia. And, a deadly alligator attack in South Carolina. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Daily News Brief by TRT World

    *) Ukraine urges G7 to provide more weapons The Ukrainian government has urged G7 leaders to provide more weapons to Kiev and impose further sanctions against Moscow. "G7 summit must respond with more sanctions on Russia and more heavy arms for Ukraine. Russia's sick imperialism must be defeated," Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba tweeted. The call comes as Russia steps up its offensive in Ukraine and the world's seven leading economies gather in Germany to discuss the conflict-related food and energy crises. *) Russia ‘defaults' on foreign debt Russia looks set for its first sovereign default in a century as a grace period of 30 days expired on payments of 100 million dollars in interest on two bonds. Some bondholders say they have not received overdue interest, while the Kremlin has repeatedly said there are no grounds for Russia to default. Moscow says it is unable to pay bondholders because of sanctions, accusing the West of trying to drive it into an "artificial default". *) G7 launches $600B project to counter China The United States has announced a G7 project to rival China's Belt and Road Initiative. "Together with G7 partners, we aim to mobilise $600 billion by 2027 in global infrastructure investments in poor countries,” said the White House. The plan will target countries desperately needing everything, from roads to harbours, and that have until now often relied on the Chinese. *) African Union calls for probe after migrants die The African Union has called for an immediate investigation into the deaths of dozens of migrants trying to cross from Morocco into the Spanish enclave of Melilla. The AU commission chairperson reminded “all countries of their obligations under international law to treat all migrants with dignity and to prioritise their safety". Around 2,000 migrants, many from Sudan, tried to cross the militarised border between Morocco and Spain on Friday and were met with force. Moroccan authorities said at least 23 people died in the violence. And finally… *) Lockdown for Australian bees as pest detected near port Beehives in southeast Australia have gone under lockdown as authorities race to prevent the spread of a potentially devastating parasite plague. The Varroa Mite was detected at the Port of Newcastle, prompting authorities to throw up a strict biosecurity zone to stop the spread. Keepers inside the 50-kilometre biosecurity zone will not be able to move hives, bees, honey or comb until further notice. The tiny red-brown mites attack and feed on honey bees, killing entire colonies.

    Ascolta la Notizia
    Der Spiegel: «Sul treno speciale per Kiev, l'Italia in testa: non succedeva da tempo»

    Ascolta la Notizia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 1:10


    «Sulla scena internazionale, il premier Mario Draghi è assolutamente una star. Eppure in patria deve combattere per riuscire a realizzare le riforme prima delle prossime elezioni politiche, attese per l'anno prossimo». Lo scrive il settimanale tedesco 'Der Spiegel' in un articolo dedicato al premier italiano in cui spiega che «sul treno speciale per Kiev, la delegazione di Draghi ha occupato le prime carrozze. Italia in testa, non succedeva da tempo». «La sua delegazione ha occupato le prime tre carrozze nella parte anteriore del treno. Emmanuel Macron al centro, Olaf Scholz in fondo. L'Italia in prima posizione, in Europa non succedeva da decenni», scrive Der Spiegel. «A differenza dei suoi colleghi di Berlino e Parigi da settimane il primo ministro si batte per l'adesione dell'Ucraina all'Ue. "Dobbiamo andare avanti il prima possibile", ha detto a maggio. Durante il viaggio a Kiev, ha ribadito questa posizione a Scholz e Macron», aggiunge. Scarica l’app di Ascolta la Notizia per Android: https://bit.ly/2F3ptXR o iPhone: https://apple.co/2F8zEdU Attiva la skill di Ascolta la Notizia nel tuo dispositivo Alexa: https://amzn.to/3K7RTfU

    AP Audio Stories
    US to send anti-air system to Kyiv

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 0:43


    AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on G7 Ukraine.

    Notícia no Seu Tempo
    Empresas ampliam importação de diesel por medo de escassez

    Notícia no Seu Tempo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:26


    No podcast ‘Notícia No Seu Tempo', confira em áudio as principais notícias da edição impressa do jornal ‘O Estado de S. Paulo' desta segunda-feira (27/06/22): Para driblar o risco de escassez, as principais distribuidoras de combustíveis do País têm cada vez mais recorrido à importação. Em abril, a Agência Nacional do Petróleo, Gás Natural e Biocombustíveis (ANP) emitiu 305 licenças de compra de diesel no exterior. E mais: Política: Centrão corre para aprovar ‘PEC das embaixadas Metrópole: Alta de doenças respiratórias lota hospitais infantis em SP Internacional: Em mensagem ao G-7, Rússia volta a atacar Kiev e destrói escol Esportes: Brasileiro ganha ouro inédito no tiro com arco See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
    Gavin Grey: G-7 leaders to commit to Ukraine, US sending anti-air system

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 6:17


    The Group of Seven economic powers are set to commit themselves to supporting Ukraine in the long haul, with the U.S. preparing to announce the purchase of an advanced surface-to-air missile system for Kyiv, as leaders meet in the German Alps and confer by video link with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.The G-7 leaders will begin Monday's session of their three-day summit with a focus on Ukraine. Later, they will be joined by the leaders of five democratic emerging economies — India, Indonesia, South Africa, Senegal and Argentina — for a discussion on climate change, energy and other issues.The war in Ukraine was already at the forefront of the G-7 leaders' minds as they opened their summit at the secluded Schloss Elmau luxury hotel on Sunday — just as Russian missiles hit the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv for the first time in weeks.President Joe Biden said Russian President Vladimir Putin "has been counting on, from the beginning, that somehow NATO and the G-7 would splinter, but we haven't and we're not going to.” Britain's Boris Johnson warned the leaders not to give in to “fatigue.”On Monday, they have the opportunity to demonstrate that unity to Zelenskyy and reaffirm their commitment to supporting Kyiv financially and otherwise.Biden is set to announce that the U.S. is providing an advanced surface-to-air missile system to Ukraine, as well as additional artillery support, according to a person familiar with the matter, in the latest assistance meant to help the country defend against Russia's bloody invasion.The U.S. is purchasing NASAMS, a Norwegian-developed anti-aircraft system, to provide medium- to long-range defense, according to the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. NASAMS is the same system used by the U.S. to protect the sensitive airspace around the White House and U.S. Capitol in Washington.Additional aid includes more ammunition for Ukrainian artillery, as well as counter-battery radars, to support its efforts against the Russian assault in the Donbas, the person said.Biden hopes to use his trip to Europe to proclaim the unity of the coalition pressing to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine as much as he is urging allies to do even more — seeking to counter doubts about its endurance as the war grinds into its fifth month.The summit's host, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, said last week that he wants to discuss the outlines of a “Marshall plan for Ukraine” with his G-7 counterparts, referring to the U.S.-sponsored plan that helped revive European economies after World War II.With the war still in progress and destruction mounting by the day, it's unlikely to be a detailed plan at this stage. Scholz has said that “rebuilding Ukraine will be a task for generations.”The G-7 already is committed to help finance Ukraine's immediate needs. Finance ministers from the group last month agreed to provide $19.8 billion in economic aid to help Kyiv keep basic services functioning and prevent tight finances from hindering its defense against Russian forces.A senior U.S. administration official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations between the G-7 leaders, said the U.S. and Europe are aligned in their aims for a negotiated end to the conflict, even if their roles sometimes appear different.Scholz and French President Emmanuel Macron have tried to facilitate that through active conversations with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Zelenskyy, while also supplying weapons to Ukraine. The U.S. has largely cut off significant talks with Russia and aims to bolster Ukraine's battlefield capacity as much as possible so that its eventual position at the negotiating table is stronger.The endurance of the tough sanctions on Russia may ultimately come down to whether the G-7 and other leaders can identify ways to ease energy supply issues and skyrocketing prices once winter hits, as they seek to disengage from Russian sources of fuel.The G-7 meeting is sa...

    SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
    Tên lửa Nga tấn công Kyiv ngay trước thềm hội nghị thượng đỉnh NATO

    SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 4:00


    Các tên lửa đã tấn công thủ đô Kyiv của Ukraine trong ngày đầu tiên của hội nghị G7 ngay trước thềm hội nghị thượng đỉnh NATO. Các lực lượng Nga đã cố gắng giành quyền kiểm soát Kyiv kể từ đầu cuộc xung đột và có những lo ngại về vai trò của Belarus trong cuộc chiến.

    Nyhetsmorgen
    27.06.2022 Nyhetsmorgen

    Nyhetsmorgen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 90:00


    Kurdiske Saman stod i skuddlinjen som dørvakt da den terrorsiktede angrep gjester på London pub i Oslo natt til lørdag. I kveld arrangeres en stor markering av Stonewall-dagen - en salgs Pride - på Rådshusplassen. I USA skjerper både tilhengere og motstandere av selvbestemt abort innsatsen, etter at Høyesterett før helgen tok i fra amerikanske kvinner en 50 år gammel rettighet. Allerede før dagens flytrafikk er i gang - er det godt over 100 avlyste avganger. Vi følger situasjonen for flytrafikken idag. Vi skal også få med oss vår reporter Sidsel Wold som er i Kyiv. Den ukrainske hovedstaden har vært under nye angrep i helgen. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio

    The Economist Morning Briefing
    Russian strikes on Kyiv; Blue states mull over abortion protections, and more

    The Economist Morning Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:53


    Russian missiles hit a kindergarten and an apartment block in Kyiv, Ukraine's capital. Joe Biden, America's president, condemned the strikes as “barbarism”.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    As It Happens from CBC Radio
    June 27: A few choice words

    As It Happens from CBC Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 48:32


    Roe v Wade follo, Ageless amphibians and reptiles, World's ugliest dog, Kyiv missile strikes, UK Pop art find....and more

    Drivkraft
    Nora Savosnick

    Drivkraft

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 57:02


    Fotograf Nora Savosnick (26) reiste til Kyiv da bombene falt og alle andre reiste ut. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio

    Chronique de Mamane
    Z de Kiev, le youtubeur de la Cour de Récré

    Chronique de Mamane

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 2:45


    Dans la Cour de Récré, on est passé d'un simple pique-nique à un camping permanent.

    SBS World News Radio
    Russian missiles have hit Kyiv in Ukraine

    SBS World News Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:40


    Kyiv's Mayor is calling the attack a 'symbolic' move ahead of the NATO summit being staged from Tuesday.

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
    SBS News in Ukrainian - 27/06/2022 - SBS новини українською - 27/06/2022

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 12:25


    27/06/2022.  The latest  SBS news. The Prime Minister leaves Australia for a crucial NATO security bloc summit in Spain. The Ukraine capital Kyiv left reeling after the first Russian strike in weeks. At least four killed and hundreds injured after a stand collapses during a bullfight in Colombia. Nick Kyrgios urges his fellow Aussies to aim high as Wimbledon kicks off later today. More: SBS Ukrainian - 27/06/2022. Бюлетень SBS новин українською мовою. Прем'єр-міністр Австралії прибуде до Європи на зустріч країн блоку НАТО та партнерів. Можливо, що пан Албанізі й відвідає Україну.  Російські ракетні атаки на Київ - є загиблі й поранені.  Президент США  - на засіданні країн G7 про великі плани країн сильних економік.  Про це і більше на веб-sторінці SBS Ukrainian...

    Newshour
    Dozens of Russian missile strikes across Ukraine

    Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 49:35


    Dozens of Russian missiles have struck targets across Ukraine, with the capital Kyiv enduring the heaviest barrage in months. But how long will Moscow's missile stockpiles last? Also in the programme: the hunt for justice in Italy more than 40 years after Marxist militants launched a campaign of violence; plus, the baby mammoth, unearthed in pristine condition in Canada after 30,000 years. Photo: Rescuers next to an apartment building destroyed in Russian airstrikes in Kyiv. Credit: Getty Images.)

    Geopolitics & Empire
    Tim Kirby: Ukraine Nationalists Fighting for Globalism, Unipolarity Detrimental to America

    Geopolitics & Empire

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 53:17


    Tim Kirby discusses what life is like in Russia and the war in Ukraine. The vicious assault by Kiev on the Donbas region is what has led to the current proxy war. Russia has done a good job of taking territory friendly to it. Tribalism is one of the most powerful factors influencing International Relations. […]

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
    Ukraine Today - 27/06/2022 - Україна сьогодні - 27/06/2022

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 16:38


    27/06/2022. The latest news from Ukraine and about Ukraine. The war. Several explosions have shaken Kyiv, in the first assault on Ukraine's capital in weeks. Emergency services officials say Russian shelling caused caused a fire to break out in a nine-storey residential building in the central Shevchenkivskyy district. More: SBS Ukrainian - 27/06/2022. Добірка новин із героїчної України і про Україну. Війна в Україні. За 24 години - 62 російські атаки ракетами  на Україну, у тому числі на Київ знову - є загиблі й поранені, у тому числі громадянка Росії і діти. 1 млн. 200 тисяч людей російські війська вивезли до Росії. Про це і більше на веб-сторінці SBS Ukrainian...

    AP Audio Stories
    Russia strikes Kyiv as Western leaders meet in Europe

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 0:50


    AP correspondent Ben Thomas reports on Russia-Ukraine-War.

    Russians With Attitude
    RWA UKRAINIAN SITREP: Cauldrons & HIMARS

    Russians With Attitude

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 47:44


    Join: https://www.patreon.com/posts/68290351 https://gumroad.com/russianswithattitude 00:00:00 Capture of Severdonetsk, Gorskoye Cauldron, River crossing 00:16:20 Here's how AFU can still win, Ukrainian counterattacks 00:22:20 Reviewing M142 HIMARS. MLSR talk. A dive into the Arms Race 00:34:50 Lithuania blockading Kaliningrad 00:39:30 High precision long distance missile strikes in Kiev and Cherkassy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=simRJIYEgGQ&t=1s

    RNZ: Nine To Noon
    Europe correspondent Seamus Kearney

    RNZ: Nine To Noon

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 11:46


    In what Ukraine describes as provocation as G7 leaders meet in Germany to discuss the impact of Putin's invasion, Russia has bombed Kyiv for the first time in weeks.

    PBS NewsHour - World
    News Wrap: Russia targets Ukraine's capital with series of missile attacks

    PBS NewsHour - World

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 2:44


    In our news wrap Sunday, Russia shattered weeks of relative calm in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv with a series of missile attacks, leaders from seven Western nations gathered for the G-7 summit in Germany, Norway is mourning following a shooting outside a popular gay club in Oslo that left two dead, and at least 22 young people were found dead in a South African nightclub. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    PBS NewsHour - Segments
    News Wrap: Russia targets Ukraine's capital with series of missile attacks

    PBS NewsHour - Segments

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 2:44


    In our news wrap Sunday, Russia shattered weeks of relative calm in the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv with a series of missile attacks, leaders from seven Western nations gathered for the G-7 summit in Germany, Norway is mourning following a shooting outside a popular gay club in Oslo that left two dead, and at least 22 young people were found dead in a South African nightclub. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

    SBS News Updates
    AM bulletin 27 June 2022

    SBS News Updates

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 5:48


    In this bulletin, the Prime Minister leaves Australia for a crucial NATO security bloc summit in Spain; Ukraine's capital Kyiv left reeling after the first Russian strike in weeks; and in sport, New South Wales square the State-of-Origin series with an emphatic victory over Queensland.

    Explaining Ukraine
    4 months of war; Ukraine's EU candidacy; Russia's missile madness - 20-26 June, weekly | Ep. 115

    Explaining Ukraine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 30:44


    In our new weekly digest we look back into the key lessons from the 4 months of Russia's full-scale invasion. We analyze why Ukraine's EU membership candidacy is important for Ukraine and the whole region. We also draw attention to Russia's intensified missile strikes on Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv. Hosts: Volodymyr Yermolenko, a Ukrainian philosopher and journalist, chief editor of UkraineWorld.org, and Tetyana Ogarkova, scholar and journalist, in charge of international outreach of Ukraine Crisis Media Centre. UkraineWorld is brought to you by Internews Ukraine. Support us on patreon.com/ukraineworld

    VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới
    Tin quốc tế: Chiến sự Ukraine: Thủ đô Kiev rung chuyển – Bộ trưởng Quốc phòng Nga tới Ukrain

    VOV - Việt Nam và Thế giới

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 1:45


    - Một số vụ nổ lớn bất thường đã xảy ra tại Ukraine trong những giờ qua, bao gồm cả thủ đô Kiev. Thông tin được đưa ra giữa lúc Nga đang giành được nhiều lợi thế tại chiến trường miền Đông Ukraine, Bộ trường Quốc phòng Nga thị sát các đơn vị tác chiến tại Ukraine hay lãnh đạo các nước phương Tây nhóm họp để gia tăng áp lực lên Nga. Tác giả : Đình Nam/VOV1 Chủ đề : thủ đô, kiev, rung chuyển --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vov1tintuc/support

    Forum - La 1ere
    Avancées russes dans le Donbass et à Kiev: interview d'Omar Ouahmane, envoyé spécial de Radio France

    Forum - La 1ere

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 3:02


    Newshour
    At least fourteen missiles strike Kyiv

    Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 46:55


    The Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, has been hit by a series of Russian missiles, in the most sustained such barrage in months. The National Guard says at least fourteen missiles struck the city. Also in the programme: a meeting of the G7; and a preserved baby woolly mammoth. (Photo: Communal workers clean debris in front of a damaged residential building following Russian airstrikes in the Shevchenkivskiy district of Kyiv. CREDIT: EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKO)

    AP Audio Stories
    Russia strikes Kyiv as troops consolidate gains in the east

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 0:44


    AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Russia Ukraine War Kyiv.

    CNN Breaking News Alerts
    8:02 AM ET: Russia bombs Kyiv

    CNN Breaking News Alerts

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 0:43


    Russian missiles hit Kyiv as G7 summit begins in Europe. Listen for more details. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Les journaux de France Culture
    Le soutien à l'Ukraine et les sanctions contre la Russie au menu du sommet du G7 en Allemagne

    Les journaux de France Culture

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 14:46


    durée : 00:14:46 - Journal de 12h30 - Comment venir davantage en aide à l'Ukraine ? Le sujet est au cœur du sommet du G7 en Allemagne ce dimanche. Premier signal envoyé à l'Ukraine : l'interdiction d'importation d'or russe est élargie, alors que Kiev réclame davantage de sanctions contre Moscou.

    Sin Complejos
    Las fuerzas rusas controlan la ciudad de Severodonetsk en su totalidad (Programa completo 26/06/2022)

    Sin Complejos

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 177:46


    Las autoridades ucranianas imponen un toque de queda para la población de Kiev a partir de hoy y hasta el 3 de julio.

    Global News Podcast
    Russian forces occupy Severodonetsk after weeks of fighting

    Global News Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 28:01


    The eastern Ukrainian city falls after Kyiv withdraws its remaining troops to neighbouring Lysychansk. Also: Norwegian police are treating Friday's attacks on bars and nightclubs in Oslo as Islamist terrorism; and how a new bridge in Bangladesh is connecting millions across the country.

    AP Audio Stories
    With war, Kyiv pride parade becomes a peace march in Warsaw

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 0:48


    AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports on Poland Ukraine LGBTQ Rights.

    The Documentary Podcast
    Life in Kyiv

    The Documentary Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 24:07


    Back in February, when Russian forces began their invasion of Ukraine, their tanks were heading towards Kyiv. The Russians retreated before making it to the centre of the city, but left devastation in every area that had been fought over in those weeks. In a café in Kyiv, the BBC's correspondent Joe Inwood met up those now living and working in the city to hear how it is changing and recoverin. The District One Foundation is a 1000-strong team of volunteers dedicated to helping restore damaged homes, schools and hospitals, and give whatever support they can to people returning to live in the city. The work is challenging, but they say it's energised them and given them a sense of great positivity. He also talks to, two photographers and an artist who how their day to day work has changed, but their art can be put to essential use on social media and beyond, informing the rest of the world about the war and how life is in Ukraine.