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    Wieder was gelernt - Ein ntv-Podcast
    So teuer sind die Kriegsschäden in der Ukraine

    Wieder was gelernt - Ein ntv-Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 7:57


    Mariupol, Cherson, Sjewjerodonezk - diese Städte stehen beispielhaft für die Verwüstungen, die Russland in der Ukraine anrichtet. Die verursachten Kriegsschäden belaufen sich schon jetzt auf mehrere hundert Milliarden Dollar. Tendenz steigend, je länger der Krieg dauert. Forderungen nach einem Marshallplan für die Ukraine werden lauter.Sie haben Fragen, Anmerkungen oder Ideen? Schreiben Sie eine E-Mail an podcasts@n-tv.de]]

    Uno, nessuno, 100Milan
    Immigrazione non pianificata. Aumentano gli sbarchi

    Uno, nessuno, 100Milan

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022


    La guerra, l'inflazione e la siccità stanno adombrando l'impennata di sbarchi sulle coste italiane. Solo a Lampedusa gli arrivi di migranti via mare sono aumentati negli ultimi sei mesi del 28%. Ne parliamo in apertura di programma per spostarci poi in Ucraina dove da febbraio è ormeggiata, senza possibilità di poter lasciare il porto di Mariupol, una nave di armatori italiani battente bandiera maltese. Infine ci occupiamo di caregiver e di domande ritenute inopportune a loro rivolte dai comuni di residenza nel corso di un monitoraggio.

    Das war der Tag
    Odessa: Die ukrainische «Perle» im Kriegsgeschehen

    Das war der Tag

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 25:46


    Russland zerbombt in der Ukraine ganze Städte. Mariupol etwa ist ein Trümmerhaufen, Sjewjerodonezk ist schwer beschädigt. Auch Odessa, die «Perle» am Schwarzen Meer, ist bedroht. Wir werfen einen Blick auf die Küstenstadt. Weitere Themen: * 100 Jahre Jod im Schweizer Speisesalz * 200 Jahre Tod von E.T.A. Hoffmann * Nur wenige Tickets fürs ESAF an Frauen und Mädchen * Franz Fischlins Abschied von der Tagesschau

    Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle
    Inside Europe 23.06.2022

    Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 54:59


    Election fallout in France, Dutch farmers protest livestock cuts to curb nitrogen, plus a report from the world's longest running design Biennale in Ljubljana. Also: DW honors the last journalists in Mariupol, Spain plans legislation improving women's access to abortion, Belgium reckons with its colonial past, plus a look at France's trailblazing face-mask recycling project.

    KLIF News & Information in the Morning
    North Texas Nuclear Scientist Rescued From Ukraine

    KLIF News & Information in the Morning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 9:15


    John Spor in from Rowlett, but has been living in Mariupol, Ukraine for many years.  Once the war with Russia broke out, Russian forces were trying to capture him.  He talked with Dave and Amy about his escape thanks to the Tampa Based Non-profit "Project Dynamo".  Agency co-founder Bryan Stern was also on the call from Poland. Watch video of the rescue! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Defence Connect Podcast
    45 Days - The Fight For A Nation, with Emile Ghesson

    Defence Connect Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 48:46


    In this episode of the Defence Connect podcast, former Royal Marine Commando and filmmaker Emile Ghesson joins host Liam Garman to discuss his recent film 45 Days – The Fight For A Nation documenting the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict, as well as his last three months monitoring the conflict in Ukraine. The podcast begins with a reflection of Ghesson's 12-year career as a Royal Marine, spanning service across the world including Afghanistan and Iraq before working as a high-profile body guard. The pair then discuss Ghesson's turn toward documentary making, joining colleagues in Syria to document the fight against ISIS in 2017, Ukraine in 2019 and Azerbaijan-Armenia in 2020-2021. 45 Days - The Fight For A Nation analyses the recent Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict from a humanitarian perspective, while examining the history of intergenerational trauma in Armenia dating back to the Armenian genocide. However, when promoting the film in Hollywood –Russia's began their invasion of Ukraine, prompting Ghesson to travel to Ukraine to document the day-to-day of life in Ukraine. Ghesson details his last three months in Ukraine, providing insight into the recent conflict direct from the front lines – including failures within Russian military strategy, irregular warfare behind enemy lines, the recent siege of Mariupol, and a discussion around the hotly debated Azov Regiment. To learn more about Ghesson, you can visit his page here or view his recent film 45 Days: The Fight For A Nation here. Enjoy the podcast, The Defence Connect Team

    Proletarian Radio
    Ukraine operation phase 2: Mariupol nazis fall and Donbass steadily liberated

    Proletarian Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 11:12


    https://thecommunists.org/2022/06/12/news/ukraine-operation-phase-2-mariupol-nazis-fall-and-donbass-steadily-liberated/

    The Storied Recipe
    Mariupol: Summer Memories, Besieged Warfare, & the Future of Ukraine with Olia Koutseridi

    The Storied Recipe

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 107:04


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    Ukrainecast
    Rescue mission

    Ukrainecast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 31:48


    Vitaly and the BBC's Katya Khinkulova speak to Pavel Shulga, who's about to travel to Severodonetsk to evacuate women and children from battle zones. Frank Gardener tells us what's happening on the ground and tells us about the diplomatic developments. And we catch up with Olga Drover, who lives in Troon in Scotland, who we heard from last in March, when she had lost contact with her parents in Mariupol when it came under attack. They're now reunited. Today's episode was made by Clare Williamson and Chris Flynn. The planning editor is Louise Hidalgo and the editor is Jonathan Aspinwall. Email Ukrainecast@bbc.co.uk with your questions and comments. You can also send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp to +44 0330 1239480.

    10vor10
    10 vor 10 vom 20.06.2022

    10vor10

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:09


    Gespräch mit Überlebenden nach dem Spital-Angriff in Mariupol, Wasser-Mangel in der Schweiz, Crack-Hochburg Genf, Tattoo-Farben unter der Lupe

    Focus economia
    Guerra del gas, l'importanza degli stoccaggi

    Focus economia

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022


    Il taglio delle forniture di gas da Mosca prosegue. La situazione preoccupa, anche se per ora le ricadute non sono evidenti. Ma se i tagli dovessero proseguire a lungo, potrebbe essere messo ulteriormente a rischio il meccanismo degli stoccaggi, ovvero le riserve di gas che serviranno per l'inverno, già ora in rallentamento per gli alti prezzi del gas. Abbiamo parlato della situazione con Dario Soria, direttore generale Assocostieri. Emergenza siccità, la situazione in Piemonte L'emergenza siccità si fa sempre più grave, dopo una primavera che Coldiretti registra come la sesta più calda di sempre sul pianeta a livello climatico, il Po mai così in secca e le previsioni che annunciano ancora lunghe giornate senza piogge. Ragione per la quale il governo è chiamato ad intervenire. In settimana è prevista una riunione per analizzare la situazione e valutare eventuali misure per far fronte all emergenza. Abbiamo analizzato la situazione in una delle Regioni più colpite, il Piemonte, con il presidente Alberto Cirio. Lo stato di salute del mercato marittimo globale Prosegue la vicenda di Augusto Cosulich l'agente marittimo genovese, presidente e amministratore delegato della "Fratelli Cosulich" e la sua nava "Tzarevna", ferma dal 24 febbraio a Mariupol sul Mar d'Azov e destinata al porto di Monfalcone, a Gorizia. La nave cargo ha a bordo 15.000 tonnellate di bramme, l'ultimo metallo prodotto ad Azovstal. La "Tzarevna" vale circa 9 milioni di dollari, mentre il carico ha un valore di 12 milioni di dollari. Abbiamo parlato con Cosulich per capire gli sviluppi della situazione e lo stato del mercato marittimo globale.

    Today in Focus
    Walking through a warzone: Igor and Zhu-Zhu's incredible journey

    Today in Focus

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 34:48


    When the bombardment of Mariupol became unbearable, Igor Pedin set off with his dog Zhu-Zhu to find safety. Daniel Boffey tells his incredible story. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus

    TNT Radio
    Dean O'Brien on The George Eliason Show - 18 June 2022

    TNT Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 55:52


    GUEST OVERVIEW: Dean O'Brien a photo journo who was in Slavyansk and Mariupol a couple years ago. He took part in a UN Aria meeting on Donbass and he did some reporting from Donetsk.

    Europa Europa
    Ucraina, i big dell'Ue a Kiev ed il raccolto di guerra

    Europa Europa

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022


    Missione europea a Kiev, Mario Draghi, Emannuel macron e Olaf Scholtz, l'Europa con i suoi tre pesi massimi a Kiev per ribadire la vicinanza al paese che da oltre tre mesi combatte l'invasione russa. Come ha detto in settimana il commissario Ue all'Agricoltura Janusz Wojciechowski intervenendo al Consiglio Ue "La priorità immediata è portare via il grano dall'Ucraina". Ospite di Europa Europa Oksana Prosolenko, direttore esecutivo per l'est Europa della DonauSoja Organisation. Mentre si è appena conclusa una prima campagna di semine, Prosolenko spiega quelli che sono i progressi compiti sul fronte della distribuzione dei cereali ucraini, le nuove rotte, lo sforzo compiuto per aggirare almeno in parte il blocco dei porti di Kiev, a cominciare da Mariupol fino a Odessa, che strangola l'economia del paese. Ci aggiorna sul ruolo dell'Unione europea che ha attivato una Business Matching Platform per mettere in contatto i produttori, con la logistica ed i mercati di esportazione.

    Flashpoint Ukraine - Voice of America
    FLASHPOINT UKRAINE: EU Commission Recommends Ukraine for Candidate Status - June 17, 2022

    Flashpoint Ukraine - Voice of America

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 25:00


    The European Commission recommends Ukraine for EU membership, a milestone in its path from a former Soviet republic. A top U.N. official says information about what transpired in Mariupol strongly suggests Russian armed forces committed serious crimes.

    CNN News Briefing
    9 AM ET: Assange's extradition, US housing market, spy posing as intern & more

    CNN News Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 4:15


    The UK's Home Secretary has ordered to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the US to face espionage charges, with Wikileaks calling it a "dark day for press freedom." This morning, Ukraine has received official backing to join the EU, just as the UN reveals the civilians death toll in Mariupol. The wife of a Supreme Court Justice has been asked to speak before the panel investigating the Capitol attack - we'll bring you the details. US mortgage rates have risen just as the number of housing starts fell for the second month in a row. And, a spy posing as an intern. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    UN News
    UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva: Ukraine in the Human Rights Council, albinism awareness

    UN News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:22


    UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet has been particularly busy this week, as the Human Rights Council 50th session got underway in Geneva. She's spoken about her visit to China and also issued alerts on the devastated Ukrainian city of Mariupol. This week the world celebrated albinism awareness day, and to find out more, we'll be hearing from Harry Freeland, director of a powerful documentary filmed among people living with the rare genetic condition in Tanzania, In The Shadow Of The Sun.

    UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva
    UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva: Ukraine in the Human Rights Council, albinism awareness

    UN Catch-Up Dateline Geneva

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:22


    UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet has been particularly busy this week, as the Human Rights Council 50th session got underway in Geneva. She's spoken about her visit to China and also issued alerts on the devastated Ukrainian city of Mariupol. This week the world celebrated albinism awareness day, and to find out more, we'll be hearing from Harry Freeland, director of a powerful documentary filmed among people living with the rare genetic condition in Tanzania, In The Shadow Of The Sun.

    ONU News
    Situação humanitária em Mariupol é grave e crimes devem ser investigados, afirma Bachelet

    ONU News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 1:38


    RTÉ - Morning Ireland
    Mariupol faces further crises and deaths – Deputy Mayor

    RTÉ - Morning Ireland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 7:52


    Cian McCormack spoke to Sergei Orlov, Mariupol's deputy mayor, as he claims a lack of medical help, food, safe drinking water and the outbreak of deadly illnesses will lead to more deaths in the Russian occupied city.

    Did the War End?
    Escaping Mariupol – Max's Story

    Did the War End?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 26:24


    Throughout the war, Ukrainians all over the country have shown remarkable courage, be it to help a stranger or save their loved ones.   In this episode, we hear from one of those Ukrainians — Max — who drove from Kyiv to Mariupol, under constant Russian bombardment, to evacuate his family. Not once — but twice.   This episode was edited by Anthony Bartaway. 

    Big Shot Bob Pod with Robert Horry
    Robert Horry reverses course and picks the Warriors to win the NBA Finals, plus fake Clay Thompson and the Montrezl Harrell arrest on the Big Shot Bob Pod

    Big Shot Bob Pod with Robert Horry

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 62:22


    We open this week's loaded up show with the story of B-Dog's broken arm - how it happened, and how stupid injuries have cost us in the past. And Robert Horry says the Celtics blew their shot in the Finals by losing Game 5 - a game where Steph Curry didn't hit a single three-pointer - so he reverses course and says the Warriors will win the Finals in seven. Plus we joke about Steph's t-shirt trolling of Boston, the wild story of the fake Clay Thompson getting banned for life, and Montrezl Harrell being charged with drug trafficking for having three pounds of weed in his car. We also get an update on Britney Griner, share advice from our fathers, do some story time with Robert Horry, and offer up the Big Shot of the Week - and maybe the YEAR - to John Cena for fulfilling the dream of a young teenager with Downs Syndrome who was forced to escape from Mariupol in the wake of the war. And we round out the week with a hilarious round of Black Crime or White Crime.

    Newshour
    Hopes fade for civilians trapped in Severodonetsk

    Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 47:55


    Will the proposed humanitarian corridor from the city of Severodonetsk be successful? And we are joined by The Dutch Minister of Defence, to discuss todays NATO meeting on Ukraine. Also on the programme the European Commission is launching further legal proceedings against Britain, in response to the UK government's plans to unilaterally scrap elements of the Brexit agreement that dealt with Northern Ireland. And we hear about the newly discovered, supermassive black hole; which is eating up mass at the rate of one planet Earth every second. (Picture: Refugees in Mariupol. Credit: EPA: Ilnitsky)

    Studio Ett
    Studio Ett kväll 14 juni

    Studio Ett

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 98:00


    Pensionsförslaget. Asylsökande Rwanda. Nato säkerhet. Taxonomin. Det ekonomiska läget. Jobbresan. På flykt från Mariupol. Robotkonst.

    Cinco continentes
    Cinco Continentes - Trump y su teoría de la conspiración

    Cinco continentes

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 41:10


    Analizamos la respuesta del expresidente de los EE.UU. Donald Trump a la comisión que investiga su responsabilidad en el asalto al Capitolio del 6 de enero de 2021. Estamos en Ucrania para hablar de dónde viven miles de refugiados de Mariupol tras salir de su ciudad arrasada por los rusos. Entrevistamos a la congoleña Yvette Mushigo para conocer el rol de la mujer en la resolución de conflictos en países africanos. También sabremos más sobre el polémico primer vuelo fletado por el gobierno británico para enviar a solicitantes de asilo a Ruanda. Escuchar audio

    Notícia no Seu Tempo
    PEC do Centrão dá a Congresso poder de mudar decisão do STF

    Notícia no Seu Tempo

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 8:25


    No podcast ‘Notícia No Seu Tempo', confira em áudio as principais notícias da edição impressa do jornal ‘O Estado de S. Paulo' desta terça-feira (14/06/22): Líderes do Centrão têm pronta uma Proposta de Emenda à Constituição (PEC) que, se for aprovada, dará ao Congresso poder para anular decisões do Supremo Tribunal Federal (STF). O texto ao qual o Estadão teve acesso prevê que o Legislativo poderá revogar julgamentos sempre que a decisão da mais alta Corte do País não for tomada por unanimidade dos ministros e se os parlamentares considerarem que o tribunal “extrapolou limites constitucionais”.  E mais: Economia: Temor com economia global derruba Bolsas e faz o dólar subir Política: Cartéis de drogas e armas dominam região onde dupla sumiu Metrópole: Casos de covid-19 voltam a aumentar e Prefeitura de SP abre 50 novos leitos  Internacional: Destruição de pontes deixa 15 mil civis isolados no leste da Ucrânia See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Bliss of the Abyss
    87 (ft. Rob Feldman) Ukraine UPDATE: Orks, Propaganda, Artillery & Bravery

    Bliss of the Abyss

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 109:16


    Welcome back to TBOTA This week actor and fixer Rob Feldman returns and we talk the ongoing Russian invasion and Rob's increasing involvement and experience of the frontline. Apps: 1. https://liveuamap.com/en War photographers to follow: 1. Evgeniy Maloletka - https://www.instagram.com/evgenymaloletka/ (There is a great interview how he and videographer Chernov escaped from Mariupol https://apnews.com/article/russia-ukraine-europe-edf7240a9d990e7e3e32f82ca351dede) Charities. Only putting the ones I've been donating to: 1. https://www.comebackalive.in.ua/ - Come Back Alive became the biggest organization providing support to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. 2. https://dogcat.com.ua/en/ - Sirius takes care of over 3,000 pets every day. The best way to help us and our precious tails is to donate. 3. https://www.instagram.com/awdieiev/ - This is a friend of mine, a film director and his charity was doing a lot of great work. 4. https://starlife1.com/charity/ - They have been doing amazing work for Ukrainian defenders, especially close to the frontline. Ukrainian Films: 1. Bad Road - https://takflix.com/en/films/bad-roads 2. The Earth is Blue as an Orange - https://takflix.com/en/films/earth-blue-orange (documentary, winner of Sundance) 3. Cyborgs - https://takflix.com/en/films/cyborgs 4. My thoughts are silent - https://takflix.com/en/films/my-thoughts-are-silent (one of the funniest Ukrainian comedies) Ukrainian Music: 1. DakhaBrakha - https://youtu.be/Hxg1dL_x0gw 2. Zhadan and the Dogs - https://youtu.be/ha1FX-fPqGk (This song the dedicated to the children of war. Zhadan is one of the best Ukrainian poets and writers, This year he was nominated for the nobel prize. 3. Alina Pash - https://youtu.be/PjhlBRuG4Go Ukrainian Artists: 1. Maria Primachenko - https://www.wikiart.org/en/maria-primachenko 2. Ivan Marchuk - https://www.wikiart.org/en/ivan-marchuk 3. Sesry_Feldman - https://www.instagram.com/sestry_feldman/

    Combat Story
    Combat Story (Ep. 78): Ukrainian Marine | Recon Commander | Come Back Alive Foundation Leader | Taras Chmut

    Combat Story

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 43:42


    Today we have a more timely Combat Story where we sit down with the head of the Ukrainian Come Back Alive Foundation, Taras Chmut. Come Back Alive provides financing for purely defense initiatives and since 2014, it has provided nearly 1000 thermal imaging devices and over 250 UAVs in addition to material support, technology, and training for the forces fighting the Russians on Ukrainian soil. Before stepping up to lead this organization, Taras was a Ukrainian Marine rifleman on the front lines in 2015 and then a commander of a reconnaissance unit with UAVs and signals intercept capabilities providing a better picture of the battlefield mainly near Mariupol (which we've heard so much about today). This, like our interviews with Aiden Aslin and Sergey Dyadkin, help shed light on what's actually going on in this Russian invasion and give each of us a way to do something about it, this time in terms of providing support to this important foundation, which you can do at www.comebackalive.in.ua. We've conducted much of this interview through a translator named Alexander and I hope you appreciate this inside look from Kiev as much as I did. Find Taras Online:-Website https://www.comebackalive.in.ua/-Twitter https://twitter.com/BackAndAlive @comebackalive-Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TarChmut-Instagram https://www.instagram.com/taras_chmut/Fine Ryan Online:-Ryan's Linktree https://linktr.ee/combatstory-Merch https://www.bonfire.com/store/combatstory/-Instagram @combatstory https://www.instagram.com/combatstory-Facebook @combatstoryofficial https://fb.me/combatstoryofficial-Send us messages at https://m.me/combatstoryofficial-Email ryan@combatstory.com-Learn more about Ryan www.combatstory.com/aboutus-Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio JungleShow Notes:0:00 - Intro 0:34 - Guest Introduction (Taras Chmut) 1:54 - Interview begins 2:26 - The meaning of his name and what it was like growing up in Ukraine 6:24 - Early interest in aviation 7:59 - Where he was in 2014 when he considers the Russia -Ukrainian actually started 11:12 - Path to the military 14:31 - Time with Ukraine Marines and trying to stop Russia from invading21:18 - Transition to UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) platoon commander 26:52 - The types of missions he was doing with UAVs31:47 -The Come Back Alive Foundation than and now 37:48 - Opinion of Zelenksy and the future of Ukraine 39:30 - What are you most proud of from the Come Back Alive Foundation? 41:46 - Listener comments and shout outs

    The Documentary Podcast
    Messages for those lost in Ukraine

    The Documentary Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 23:48


    As the battles continue, following the Russian forces' attack on Ukraine, we share memories from a few of the thousands of people who have lost friends, family, and colleagues during the war. We have been receiving audio messages for people from all walks of life: a toymaker, a photographer, a city mayor, an engineer, soldiers and journalists. They include one from Tatyana, whose younger brother joined the army to defend his country eight years ago. He died in Mariupol at the age of 34. Gregory, a journalist, pays tribute to a much-loved colleague, Vera, who died in a missile attack on her apartment.

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
    SBS news in Ukrainian - 11/06/2022 - SBS новини українською - 11/06/2022

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 11:28


    In this bulletin: Defence minister Richard Marles in Singapore for regional talks on security in the Indo-Pacific...Ukraine pleads for support as a cholera outbreak hits the occupied city of Mariupol... And in tennis: Nick Kyrgios facing another showdown with Andy Murray in the semi-finals of the Stuttgart Open. - У цьому бюлетені:Міністр оборони Річард Марлес у Сінгапурі на регіональних переговорах з безпеки в Індо-Тихоокеанському регіоні...Україна просить підтримки, оскільки в окупованому Маріуполі спалах холери...А в тенісі:Нік Кіргіос зустрічається з Енді Мюрреєм у півфіналі Stuttgart Open.

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ
    BBC Ukraine Update - 11/06/2022 - BBC про війну в Україні та навколо неї - 11/06/2022

    SBS Ukrainian - SBS УКРАЇНСЬКОЮ МОВОЮ

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 5:14


    Ukrainian officials have warned of a deteriorating public health situation in Russian- occupied Mariupol, with residents of the ruined city at risk of diseases like cholera. Heavy fighting continues in the east. And – three foreign fighters in Ukraine have been given death sentences to by a court in the Russian-controlled Donbas region.  - Українські чиновники попередили про погіршення стану охорони здоров'я в окупованому Росією Маріуполі, а жителі зруйнованого міста ризикують захворіти на холеру. На сході країни тривають запеклі бої. І – троє іноземних бійців в Україні засуджені судом на підконтрольному Росії Донбасу.Більше на веб-сторінці SBS Ukrainian...

    Newshour
    Outrage mounts at death sentences given to soldiers captured in Ukraine

    Newshour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 49:52


    The German government described the sentences as "shocking." We hear from a friend of Brahim Sa-Adoune, one of the three. And we also hear about the increased risk of cholera and other deadly diseases in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol. Also on the programme; the film maker whose footage of the January 6th riots in Washington formed part of the evidence at the congressional hearing. And we hear about the royal warship that sank off the east coast of Britain more than 300 years ago, the discovery of which was kept secret for 15 years. (Picture: From left to right, Aiden Aslin, Brahim Saadoun and Shaun Pinner, who were sentenced to death. Credit: Itar- Tass)

    Ray Appleton
    Hour 1 - 3 Capitol Rioters Express Regret. Russian Radio Station Was Hacked. US Inflation Hits New 40 Year High. Ukraine Sentences British, Moroccan Fighters To Death.

    Ray Appleton

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 37:25


    In the hours before the start of the first prime-time hearing on Thursday of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Congress, three rioters convicted on federal charges for participating in the assault appeared in court just blocks from the Capitol to plead for mercy before federal judges deciding the punishments they should face. A major Russian radio station was hacked and started broadcasting Ukrainian anthems and anti-war songs. The costs of gas, food, and other necessities jumped in May, raising inflation to a new four-decade high and giving American households no respite from rising costs. Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine have sentenced two British citizens and a Moroccan to death for fighting with the Ukrainian army in Mariupol.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Headline News
    Ukraine pleads for more weapons as cholera spreads in Mariupol

    Headline News

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 4:45


    Ukraine is pleading for faster deliveries of weapons and humanitarian support to combat deadly diseases.

    Global News Podcast
    Graphic testimony as Trump accused of coup attempt

    Global News Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 30:59


    New film evidence sheds light on the 6 January attack 2021 on Capitol Hill. Also, Ukrainian officials are worried about an epidemic in Mariupol, and the superworms that eat plastic.

    News Headlines in Morse Code at 25 WPM

    Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Takeaways from the prime time January 6 committee hearing Patrick Lyoya Michigan officer charged with murder of motorist Jan. 6 panel lets Trump allies narrate the case against him Capitol riot hearing Trump accused of attempted coup Five key takeaways from the Capitol riot hearing Baby Holly Child of murdered parents found safe after 42 years Britney Spears marries fianc Sam Asghari Ukraine war latest UK warns of major cholera outbreak in Mariupol Biden administration overrules Trump policy on Palestinians January 6 Vice Chair Cheney said Trump had a seven part plan to overturn the election. Heres what she meant Ukraine war Families urge immediate help for condemned UK pair Jan. 6 Organizer Ali Alexander Has Meltdown as Jan. 6 Committee Lays Out Its Case in Primetime Hearing Uvalde school police chief defends Texas shooting response Neighbours cast say farewell on TV soaps last day of filming Maryland mass shooting live 23 year old suspect used semi automatic handgun to kill victims Russias new version of McDonalds unveils logo Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards offers chilling account of Jan. 6 riot I was slipping in peoples blood Tooting library waives 48 year fine after book returned from Canada U.S. Capitol riot hearing shows Trump allies, daughter rejected fraud claims GRPD Officer Schurr to be arraigned Friday with second degree murder in shooting death of Patrick Lyoya

    News Headlines in Morse Code at 20 WPM

    Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Capitol riot hearing Trump accused of attempted coup Maryland mass shooting live 23 year old suspect used semi automatic handgun to kill victims Five key takeaways from the Capitol riot hearing Baby Holly Child of murdered parents found safe after 42 years Neighbours cast say farewell on TV soaps last day of filming Ukraine war Families urge immediate help for condemned UK pair Russias new version of McDonalds unveils logo U.S. Capitol riot hearing shows Trump allies, daughter rejected fraud claims Biden administration overrules Trump policy on Palestinians Britney Spears marries fianc Sam Asghari Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards offers chilling account of Jan. 6 riot I was slipping in peoples blood Jan. 6 Organizer Ali Alexander Has Meltdown as Jan. 6 Committee Lays Out Its Case in Primetime Hearing Ukraine war latest UK warns of major cholera outbreak in Mariupol Patrick Lyoya Michigan officer charged with murder of motorist Jan. 6 panel lets Trump allies narrate the case against him Takeaways from the prime time January 6 committee hearing GRPD Officer Schurr to be arraigned Friday with second degree murder in shooting death of Patrick Lyoya Tooting library waives 48 year fine after book returned from Canada Uvalde school police chief defends Texas shooting response January 6 Vice Chair Cheney said Trump had a seven part plan to overturn the election. Heres what she meant

    News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

    Morse code transcription: vvv vvv Ukraine war Families urge immediate help for condemned UK pair Neighbours cast say farewell on TV soaps last day of filming Takeaways from the prime time January 6 committee hearing Baby Holly Child of murdered parents found safe after 42 years Maryland mass shooting live 23 year old suspect used semi automatic handgun to kill victims Russias new version of McDonalds unveils logo Biden administration overrules Trump policy on Palestinians U.S. Capitol riot hearing shows Trump allies, daughter rejected fraud claims Capitol Police officer Caroline Edwards offers chilling account of Jan. 6 riot I was slipping in peoples blood Patrick Lyoya Michigan officer charged with murder of motorist Capitol riot hearing Trump accused of attempted coup Jan. 6 Organizer Ali Alexander Has Meltdown as Jan. 6 Committee Lays Out Its Case in Primetime Hearing January 6 Vice Chair Cheney said Trump had a seven part plan to overturn the election. Heres what she meant GRPD Officer Schurr to be arraigned Friday with second degree murder in shooting death of Patrick Lyoya Five key takeaways from the Capitol riot hearing Jan. 6 panel lets Trump allies narrate the case against him Britney Spears marries fianc Sam Asghari Uvalde school police chief defends Texas shooting response Tooting library waives 48 year fine after book returned from Canada Ukraine war latest UK warns of major cholera outbreak in Mariupol

    Ray Appleton
    Hour 3 - Joe Biden Trashes Trump During Jimmy Kimmel Live! Smashed Buildings In Mariupol Produce Endless Caravan Of Death. Nevada Police Say Thieves Using Modified Trucks To Steal Gas.

    Ray Appleton

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 36:25


    In his first live in-studio appearance since taking office during the pandemic, President Joe Biden sat down today in the City of Angels with Jimmy Kimmel. Watch the full nearly 24-minute interview above. Workers pulled scores of bodies from smashed buildings in an “endless caravan of death” inside the devastated city of Mariupol, authorities said Wednesday, while fears of a global food crisis escalated over Ukraine's inability to export millions of tons of grain through its blockaded ports. With gas prices at all-time highs, criminals have been modifying trucks to steal thousands of gallons worth of gas from stations.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    AP Audio Stories
    Smashed buildings in Mariupol produce 'caravan of death'

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 0:53


    AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on Russia Ukraine War-Trenches.

    AP Audio Stories
    Smashed buildings in Mariupol produce 'caravan of death'

    AP Audio Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 0:41


    AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on Russia Ukraine war.

    The Documentary Podcast
    Evacuated to Russia

    The Documentary Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 26:28


    More than a million Ukrainian civilians from Mariupol and other war-ravaged towns in the east of the country have been transported over the border into the territory of their country's enemy, Russia. The authorities there have dispersed them into a chain of “temporary accommodation centres” across Russia, some of them thousands of miles from Ukraine. Russia claims it's rescued the refugees – and says some want to build new lives with Russian citizenship in places as far away as Vladivostok, on the Pacific Ocean. But many of the Ukrainians are trying to avoid or leave the accommodation centres, and get out of Russia – and they're being helped by a network of volunteers inside and outside the country. Ukraine says many of the “evacuees” have been forcibly deported to Russia against their will – and they're being subjected to a form of slavery in sealed camps. Tim Whewell talks to refugees in Russia – and others who've managed to leave the country – to try to find out what's really going on.

    Did the War End?
    Defending Azovstal

    Did the War End?

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 38:41


    Azovstal, a steel plant in now Russian-occupied Mariupol, has become a symbol of Ukraine's fierce resistance to the Russian invasion. Thousands of Ukrainian fighters defended the plant with little to no resources, refusing to surrender for nearly three months. In this episode, we hear from John Spencer, a leading expert in urban warfare studies, about what it took for Ukrainian soldiers to defend the plant, despite being drastically outnumbered. We also talk to two family members of Azovstal defenders who are now in Russian captivity about what life was like at the besieged plant.   This episode was edited by Anthony Bartaway.

    News Headlines in Morse Code at 15 WPM

    Morse code transcription: vvv vvv How lawmakers are working toward possible gun reform CBS News 6 takeaways from Tuesdays primaries Matthew McConaughey shows Uvalde victims art in White House briefing Berlin One dead and others hurt as car drives into pedestrians US midterms Would be AOC vows recount in tight Texas race Los Angeles mayoral race US Rep. Karen Bass will face billionaire Rick Caruso in November Uvalde mass shooting Wounded teacher condemns police as cowards Georgetown Law students say Ilya Shapiro controversy handled terribly by school, is a disgrace Snubs from key leaders at Summit of the Americas reveal Bidens struggle to assert US leadership in its neighborhood Dom Phillips Missing journalists wife in tearful plea to step up search Ukraine war Angela Merkel defends her record on Putin Ukraine war latest 1,000 soldiers captured in Mariupol transferred to Russia reports Kansas woman admits to training all female IS battalion in Syria A breakdown of key GOP races in this primary election 23 ABC News KERO Johnson to face MPs for first time since surviving vote Todd and Julie Chrisley, Self Made Moguls on Reality TV, Are Convicted of Fraud S.F. DA recalled, L.A.s Caruso advances as Democrats tested on crime Cops borrow boat to chase water scooter thief Matthew McConaughey Guns a nonpartisan issue 1 dead, 8 injured after driver hits pedestrians in Berlin

    Testing Normal
    #136 - Twitter Goes Private

    Testing Normal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022


    Well, Elon bought Twitter. We obviously want to talk about it, and chat the current world happenings.If you like the music check out the artist here: theearthonfireIntro song links: Spotify Apple MusicPlease subscribe to us on YouTube and Rumble to watch videos after they are published.Follow us on Instagram for random funny picsFollow us on Facebook to get notified of LIVE! episode recordings and to join the chat!Links discussed in episode:Texas judge invites Disney World to relocate, calls Florida authoritarian & anti-business | WFLALive updates | Mariupol officials say new mass grave found | AP NewsElon Musk pledges to 'authenticate all humans' as he buys Twitter for $44 billion. Here's how the site may change now that he's in charge. TIL:TIL that Outback Steakhouse was founded in Tampa, FL by four Americans who had never visited Australia. They simply saw an opportunity to ride the wave of popularity of all things Australian following the 1986 film Crocodile Dundee. Their concept was “American food and Australian fun.”TIL Queen Elizabeth has an official shoe-wearer who breaks in her shoes so they don't give her blistersTIL that centipede venom contains over 500 different compounds, many of which show evidence of potent antimicrobial and anticancer properties.TIL The Philippines consists of about 7,640 islandsShower Thoughts:You cannot use drugs in olympics but you can use make up & surgery to win miss world and beauty contests.Waking up with a sore throat really makes you realize you've been taking life for grantedOne of the best things in life is to lay down in bed with a empty bladdertaking the first bite of a burger determines where the front is.The biggest problem with conspiracy theories is that some are trueYou cannot use drugs in olympics but you can use make up & surgery to win miss world and beauty contests.The difference between a million dollars and a billion is kind of like blowing up the moon or blowing up the Sun. The common person has no chance at ever achieving either so they seem kind of the same but when you really look into it they are very very different.

    State of Ukraine
    Russia is still blocking key Ukrainian port as fighting continues in Ukraine's east

    State of Ukraine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 3:58


    There's intense fighting in the east of Ukraine, new information on a Ukrainian city under Russian occupation, and a possible cholera outbreak in Mariupol.

    CNN News Briefing
    9 AM ET: Gun reform progress, Mariupol's cholera fear, dengue emergency & more

    CNN News Briefing

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 4:10


    In this episode we bring you the latest on gun reform discussions. Senate Republicans say they are open to a deal but say things will only go so far. We bring you the latest on the Ukraine war. The US military is investigating whether an American service member set off explosives during an insider attack in Syria. A judge who was killed in Wisconsin sentenced his suspected killer to prison 15 years ago. And finally, Singapore says it's facing a dengue emergency and climate change could be the cause. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

    Up First
    Friday, May 20, 2022

    Up First

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 13:32


    Russia says more than 1,700 Ukrainian fighters have surrendered from their stronghold at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol, as international concerns mount over the soldiers' fate in Russian hands. US President Joe Biden makes his first presidential trip to Asia, where China's growing influence looms large. And disinformation expert Nina Jankowicz steps down from her post at the helm of a newly formed government board after becoming a target of... disinformation.

    The Daily
    The Battle for Azovstal: A Soldier's Story

    The Daily

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 30:27


    For the past two months, a group of Ukrainian fighters has been holed up in the Azovstal steel plant in the city of Mariupol, mounting a last stand against Russian forces in a critical part of eastern Ukraine.On Monday, Ukraine finally surrendered the plant.After the end of the determined resistance at Azovstal, we hear from Leonid Kuznetsov, a 25 year-old soldier who had been stationed inside.Guest: Michael Schwirtz, an investigative reporter for The New York Times.Want more from The Daily? For one big idea on the news each week from our team, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers who fought at the steel plant in Mariupol face an uncertain future in Russian custody.For more information on today's episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily. Transcripts of each episode will be made available by the next workday. 

    Pod Save the World
    The Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh

    Pod Save the World

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 84:38


    Ben and Tommy talk about the latest news from Ukraine, including the latest from Mariupol, Finland and Sweden's application to join NATO, and Mitch McConnell's visit to Kyiv. Then they explain why countries are threatening to boycott the Summit of the Americas, changes to Biden's Cuba policy, news of a major covid outbreak in North Korea, the upcoming elections in Australia, Eurovision and rocking out at the Queen's Jubilee. Then Tommy talks with Palestinian writer Jalal Abukhater about the killing of al Jazeera journalist  Shireen Abu Akleh in the occupied West Bank.