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Africa Today
Coronavirus: what we know about the 'Omicron' variant

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 23:43


Scientists in South Africa have identified a new 'highly mutated' Coronavirus variant, but the WHO says it needs time to assess its real danger. The Prime Minister of Ethiopia posts a video showing him military fatigue following his promise to join the battlefront earlier this week. One of Sudan's former transitional council civil members says why he does not trust the military to deliver on democratic promises. The WHO's advice to fight HIV's resistance to antiretroviral drugs.

Habari za UN
26 Novemba 2021

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 10:56


karibu kusikiliza jarida ambapo leo tunabisha hodi Dubai kwenye maenesho ya kimataifa Expo2020 katika banda la Kenya kusikia kinachojiri huko na umuhimu wa Kenya kushiriki maonesho hayo. Pia utapata fursa ya kusikia habari kwa ufupi zinazogusia mapigano huo Ethiopia na Sudan pamoja na upimaji binafsi wa VVU.

Pan-African Journal
Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

Pan-African Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 194:00


Listen to the Thurs. Nov. 25, 2021 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our regular PANW report with dispatches on the tragic deaths of 27 migrants drown in the English Channel; the Ethiopian government is seeking to correct the false narrative related to the attacks being levelled at the country from the United States and its surrogates inside the Horn of Africa state; Sudan's restored interim Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has called for the police not to brutalize demonstrators; and Egypt has announced the reopening of the Luxor museum. In the second hour we continue our examination of the exoneration of two men falsely accused of being assassins of Malcolm X. The daughter of Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, Malikah, was found dead earlier in the week in Brooklyn, New York. Finally, we pay tribute to the Indigenous people and their struggle to reclaim independence and sovereignty. 

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
COI #193: Some Accountability – But Mostly Impunity – For US Law Enforcement

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 87:33


On COI #193 Kyle Anzalone discusses several examples of American police abusing, even killing, citizens and covering up the crimes. Police rarely face criminal charges – or any consequences – for misconduct on the clock. However, with growing scrutiny of the broken criminal justice system, some officers have faced accountability.  Kyle breaks down the acquittal of Andrew Coffee IV and how it compares with the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. While other men were acquitted on the grounds of self-defense, the cases are very different. Coffee was charged for murdering his girlfriend, who was actually killed by the cops, and – unlike Rittenhouse – was convicted on a gun charge and still faces 30 years in prison.  The corrupt legacy of the criminal justice system has allowed innocent Americans to rot in prison for decades. Kyle talks about the cases of Ju'zema Goldring, Kevin Strickland, and the Groveland 4.  Kyle explains how the US economic war against the Taliban is killing Afghans. A Red Cross official warned that 20 million will go hungry this winter because of international sanctions.  Kyle updates the US relationship with China. After meeting with Chinese leader Xi, Biden has taken an aggressive stand against the Asian power. The US sailed a destroyer through the Taiwan Strait – a near monthly occurrence under the Biden presidency – and announced new war games in the Philippines Sea with countries from four continents.  Kyle looks at the secretary of state's recent trip to Africa, where Antony Blinken took up an anti-China message. To counter China in Africa, Washington is looking to forge stronger ties with the militaries across the continent. Blinken also warned of rising extremism in Africa, failing to realize the likely cause is – in part – the growing US military presence.  Kyle discusses the growing conflict in Ethiopia as the Tigray People's Liberation Front presses on toward the country's capital. Ethiopian leader Abiy Ahmed is reported to have gone to the front lines to rally his forces.  Kyle breaks down the recent coup in Sudan. The military seized power on October 25 and were met with protests. Though at least 40 demonstrators were gunned down following the putsch, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok eventually returned to power. However, many protesters are unhappy with the terms he accepted to regain his title.  Last, Kyle updates the decade-long conflict in Libya, sparked by Obama's 2011 regime change op and air war. While the country remains fractured, UN-organized elections are set for December. The son of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam, emerged as a popular candidate, but was disqualified to run by the country's electoral commission.  Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD

Conflicts of Interest
Some Accountability – But Mostly Impunity – For US Law Enforcement

Conflicts of Interest

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 87:33


On COI #193 Kyle Anzalone discusses several examples of American police abusing, even killing, citizens and covering up the crimes. Police rarely face criminal charges – or any consequences – for misconduct on the clock. However, with growing scrutiny of the broken criminal justice system, some officers have faced accountability.  Kyle breaks down the acquittal of Andrew Coffee IV and how it compares with the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. While other men were acquitted on the grounds of self-defense, the cases are very different. Coffee was charged for murdering his girlfriend, who was actually killed by the cops, and – unlike Rittenhouse – was convicted on a gun charge and still faces 30 years in prison.  The corrupt legacy of the criminal justice system has allowed innocent Americans to rot in prison for decades. Kyle talks about the cases of Ju'zema Goldring, Kevin Strickland, and the Groveland 4.  Kyle explains how the US economic war against the Taliban is killing Afghans. A Red Cross official warned that 20 million will go hungry this winter because of international sanctions.  Kyle updates the US relationship with China. After meeting with Chinese leader Xi, Biden has taken an aggressive stand against the Asian power. The US sailed a destroyer through the Taiwan Strait – a near monthly occurrence under the Biden presidency – and announced new war games in the Philippines Sea with countries from four continents.  Kyle looks at the secretary of state's recent trip to Africa, where Antony Blinken took up an anti-China message. To counter China in Africa, Washington is looking to forge stronger ties with the militaries across the continent. Blinken also warned of rising extremism in Africa, failing to realize the likely cause is – in part – the growing US military presence.  Kyle discusses the growing conflict in Ethiopia as the Tigray People's Liberation Front presses on toward the country's capital. Ethiopian leader Abiy Ahmed is reported to have gone to the front lines to rally his forces.  Kyle breaks down the recent coup in Sudan. The military seized power on October 25 and were met with protests. Though at least 40 demonstrators were gunned down following the putsch, Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok eventually returned to power. However, many protesters are unhappy with the terms he accepted to regain his title.  Last, Kyle updates the decade-long conflict in Libya, sparked by Obama's 2011 regime change op and air war. While the country remains fractured, UN-organized elections are set for December. The son of former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, Saif al-Islam, emerged as a popular candidate, but was disqualified to run by the country's electoral commission.  Odysee Rumble  Donate LBRY Credits bTTEiLoteVdMbLS7YqDVSZyjEY1eMgW7CP Donate Bitcoin 36PP4kT28jjUZcL44dXDonFwrVVDHntsrk Donate Bitcoin Cash Qp6gznu4xm97cj7j9vqepqxcfuctq2exvvqu7aamz6 Patreon Subscribe Star YouTube Facebook  Twitter  MeWe Apple Podcast  Amazon Music Google Podcasts Spotify iHeart Radio Support Our Sponsor Visit Paloma Verde and use code PEACE for 25% off our CBD

Up First
Thursday, November 25, 2021

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 13:08


Three men found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia now face federal hate crime charges and possible life prison terms. An estimated 160,000 active military service members and their families have trouble putting food on the table. And mass protests in Sudan demand a return to full government control by civilians.

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick
Joe Madison and Kenneth C Davis Episode 483

Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 35:13


Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more 27 Minutes  Kenneth C. Davis is the bestselling author of Don't Know Much About® History and other books in the Don't Know Much About® series. He also wrote the acclaimed In the Shadow of Liberty. For 30 years, Kenneth C. Davis has proven that Americans don't hate history — just the dull version they slept through in class. Davis's approach is to refresh us on the subjects we should have learned in school. He does it by busting myths, setting the record straight, and making history human. If your school, library or learning community would like to speak with Kenneth C. Davis about American history, click on   Classroom Skypes or Custom Virtual Visits to learn more. 1:01 Washington University Arts & Sciences alumnus Joe Madison is a groundbreaking radio personality and human and civil rights activist. He has built a legacy of using his voice for those without one. His radio program, “The Joe Madison Show,” airs nationally weekday mornings on SiriusXM's Urban View channel 126. During his four-hour program, Mr. Madison, also known as “The Black Eagle,” talks about political and social issues, brings attention to social injustices around the world, and challenges himself and his listeners daily to “do something about it.” Named one of Talkers magazine's 100 Most Important Talk Radio Hosts nine times, often in the top 10, Mr. Madison has interviewed world leaders, including President Barack Obama in the Oval Office, among other notable guests. A native of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. Madison was raised by his grandparents. In the mid-1960s, he attended Wisconsin State, where he was captain of his undefeated freshman football team. As a student leader, he became involved in the civil rights movement. His coach, resenting Mr. Madison's campus activism, removed him from the team. Eventually, Mr. Madison received a welcoming call from the athletic director at Washington University, who offered him a spot on the Bears football team. A sociology major, he was an all-conference running back on the football team, a baritone soloist in the university choir and a disc jockey at the campus radio station. He earned a bachelor's degree in 1971, the first in his family to do so. After becoming active in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Mr. Madison, at age 24, was named executive director — the youngest — of the NAACP's 10,000-member Detroit chapter in 1974. He was promoted in 1986 by the NAACP's president, Benjamin Hooks, to serve as the organization's national political director. Among the highlights of his eight-year tenure, he organized a successful boycott of Dearborn, Michigan, businesses over a racist city law, and he led hundreds of volunteers on a series of successful voter registration marches, including a cross-country “march for dignity” from Los Angeles to Baltimore that also garnered thousands of signatures for an anti-apartheid bill in Congress. In 1986, he was elected to the NAACP s Board of Directors, a position he held for 14 years. In the midst of his civil rights work, he started another career in 1980 as a socially conscious radio talk show personality on Detroit's WXYZ-AM. He went on to host talk shows in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The popularity of his WOL-AM show led to syndication on the Radio One Talk Network and eventually to SiriusXM. A tenacious leader in the cause for social justice, he uses his show as a platform for inspiring action on critical issues. He brought international attention to human rights abuses in southern Sudan from his three trips to the country in the middle of its second civil war. Working with the Swiss-based Christian Solidarity International, he helped free 7,000 Sudanese being held as slaves. In February 2015, he broke the Guinness World Record for “longest marathon hosting a radio talk show” (52 hours live), raising over $250,000 for the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. In June 2015, Mr. Madison made history again by broadcasting live from Cuba, becoming the first American radio host to do so in more than 50 years. In 2019, Madison received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Washington University for his work as a groundbreaking radio personality and human rights activist. In November 2019, Madison was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame. He has not forgotten the opportunities he received as a Washington University student and continues to give back to his alma mater. A member of the William Greenleaf Eliot Society, he has generously supported scholarships, athletics and the university's Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement. For the past two decades, he has interviewed potential students for the admissions office. In 2017, he received Arts & Sciences' Distinguished Alumni Award. A board member of the American Red Cross, his other awards include the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Journalism Award in 2000, the Washington Association of Black Journalists Community Service Award in 1997 and the NAACP Image Award in 1996. Mr. Madison and his wife of 42 years, Sharon, live in Washington, D.C. They have four children and five grandchildren Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe   Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page

Nonviolence Radio
How Listening to Experiences Builds Power

Nonviolence Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 55:45


Stephanie and Michael welcome three guests this week on Nonviolence Radio. First, they talk to Katherine Hughes-Fraitekh and Steve Chase about their work together in Solidarity 2020 and Beyond. Responding to the isolation and suffering caused by COVID, Solidarity 2020 and Beyond offers hope and support to grassroots activists and organizations, providing them opportunities to network, to learn from each other and to collaborate through webinars and trainings. Solidarity 2020 and Beyond draws on the power inherent in sharing experiences and using them to educate and increase solidarity amongst all those who are striving — nonviolently —  to bring about change for good, wherever in the world they may be. …what we’re trying to do is to be driven by the grassroots activists, extremely flexible to respond to their needs, and not create an organization but realize there are amazing groups out there – Beautiful Trouble, ICNC, the Einstein Institute, Nonviolent Peaceforce, Metta Center, Waging Nonviolence, all the groups that are working on these issues. And African Youth Movement, Africans Rising – we’re very closely connected with them. And just trying to help bring groups together and find ways to do critical learning, research, and really spread the knowledge both to people that are doing the work on the ground as people learn from each other. …for the vast majority of people in the world that are not directly involved, but may be very hopeless right now, letting them know these amazing things are happening, and these amazing courageous people are out there changing the world for the better. It's not time to give up hope, but really to have a vision for a better future. And that is possible. Katherine Hughes-Fraitekh The inspiring conversation with Katherine and Steve is followed by an equally powerful discussion with Mubarak Elamin, a Sudanese activist supporting the movement in Sudan. Mubarak talks about the astounding strength and courage of the Sudanes people, their determination to stand up for what they need, often risking their lives, working for peace and change: We’re actually learning from the streets of Sudan. It's amazing, the creativity and how people are committed to – first, they're committed to nonviolence and peaceful protest – peaceful actions. And the second thing they are doing also, organizing. And the third thing they are doing is also being really media savvy… And they just demonstrate that day in and day out. They're speaking about, “We’re not out for bread. We're not out for lower prices of gas. We’re out for our own freedom and to bring about some other high-level values to our life and to our people.” And they're so determined to do that. So, it's just really like when you see these, read these stories, it's just heartfelt. The stories that all of these kids – I will call them heroes and warriors in a way or the other. Mubarak Elamin From all three guests this week, we see the power that comes when we actively listen to and connect […] The post How Listening to Experiences Builds Power appeared first on Metta Center.

Simple English News Daily
Wednesday 24th November 2021. World News. Today: Ethiopia Abiy ready for fight. Sudan ministers quit. Kenya bank robbery. Bulgaria Macedonia

Simple English News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 8:11


World News in 7 minutes. Wednesday 24th November 2021.Transcript at: send7.org/transcripts Today: Ethiopia Abiy ready for fight. Sudan ministers quit. Kenya bank robbery. Bulgaria Macedonian crash. EU no Lukashenko. Guadeloupe Martinique protests. EU say Venezuela elections better. Turkey Lira falls. Afghanistan Pakistan aid. South Korea Chun dies. France Einstein makes a profit.Send your opinion or experience by email to podcast@send7.org or send an audio message at send7.org for us to broadcast. Please help to support the podcast by giving what you would spend on a cup of coffee just once a month at send7.org/supportWith Stephen Devincenzi and Khadija Tahir.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, this podcast is for you. Transcripts are totally free and 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/contact

Habari za UN
23 Novemba 2021

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 12:15


Karibu kusikiliza jarida linaloletwa kwako na Flora Nducha ambapo hii leo nisiku ya furaha kwa wazungumzaji wa wa lugha ya Kiswahili kwani Umoja wa Mataifa umetangaza rasmi Julai 7 kila mwaka kuwa siku ya Kiswahili duniani. Kutokea nchini Kenya utakutana na Angela Andia mshindi wa mwaka 2021 wa mradi wa shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la kuhudumia watoto UNICEF uitwao “wisdom project” au mradi wa busara ambao unashirikisha watoto wa umri wa kati ya miaka 9-14 kila mwaka wakishindana katika kuandaa Habari zinazohusua haki za mtoto. Na huko nchini Sudan utasikia madhila yanayowakumba wananchi waishio White Nile baada ya kutokea mafuriko ambayo wanasema hawajawahi kuona.

Habari za UN
Mafuriko yawatesa wakazi wa White Nile nchini Sudan

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 2:02


Tumeishi hapa tangu miaka ya 1950 na katu hatujawahi kushuhudia mafuriko kama haya, amesema mkazi wa jimbo la White Nile nchini Sudan ambako mafuriko makubwa yamesababisha wakimbizi wa ndani kusaka hifadhi kwa wenyeji wao huku shirika la Umoja wa Mataifa la kuhudumia wakimbizi UNHCR na wadau wakiendelea kusambaza misaada ya kibinadamu. John Kibego na maelezo zaidi. Nats.. Kukurukakara za wakimbizi wa kambi ya Alganaa jimboni White Nile nchini Sudan za kupokea misaada kama vile mablanketi, vyakula na madumu ya kubebea maji. Wakimbizi hawa wanawake, wanaume na watoto wamejikuta hawana makazi baada ya mafuriko kuzingira makazi yao na kuathiri watu 80,000 wakiwemo wakimbizi 30,000. Sasa wanaishi kwa wenyeji ambao nao hawajui la kufanya kwa kuwa hawajashuhudia mafuriko kama haya yaliyotokana na mvua kubwa katika jimbo la Upper nile nchini Sudan Kusini. Yahia Ahmed, ni mmoja wa wenyeji ambaye anapatia hifadhi wakimbizi wa ndani. “Tumekuwa tunaishi eneo hili tangu miaka ya 1950 na tunachoona hivi sasa si hali ya kawaida. Mara chache tumekuwa tukipata mafuriko ya ghafla lakini si kama hivi. Hii ni mara ya kwanza hii inatokea.” Mafuriko haya yamekumba kambi ya wakimbizi ya Alganaa miezi michache tu tangu ianzishwe na sasa imetwama na kimbilio la wakimbizi ni katika kambi zingine sambamba na kwa wenyeji ambao nao hawana kinyongo. Sunday Rock, naye ni mkimbizi kutoka Sudan Kusini lakini amekubali kuhifadhi wakimbizi wenzake akisema, “Tunajivunia kwamba wakimbizi wa ndani walipofika, tulikubaliana kuwasaidia kwa sababu sote ni ndugu na tumetoka nchi moja. Tunatumia pamoja chochote kile tulichonacho.” UNHCR inasema msaada zaidi unahitajika ili kuweza kusaidia wakimbizi hao waliofurushwa kutoka kambini kutokana na mafuriko.

South Sudan In Focus  - Voice of America
South Sudan in Focus - November 23, 2021

South Sudan In Focus - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 30:00


South Sudan health officials report a drop in the COVID-19 infection rate noting that more people are now adhering to the Covid-19 preventive measures; South Sudan Upper Nile State officials say at least 12 people are missing after a boat carrying 28 people from Geiger to the Upper Nile State capital Malakal capsized in Manyo County last evening; Police and residents in Juba, the South Sudan capital, are expressing concern about a new group of criminals who target residents along the city's major routes posing as taxi operators and rob them of their valuables; The Head of Research at London-based Top10VPN, Simon Migliano, says the recent internet shutdown in Sudan has cost the country millions of dollars, adding the cutoff could scare away telecommunications investors

The Socialist Program with Brian Becker
"Justice" in America: Rittenhouse Acquitted, Racist Vigilantes Can Kill with Impunity

The Socialist Program with Brian Becker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 60:49


On today's In the News roundtable, Esther Iverem, Nicole Roussell and Walter Smolarek discuss how the menace of racist vigilante violence received a dramatic boost by the U.S. court system with the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse on all charges. They also discuss how protesters took to the streets in outraged response to the verdict, the victory of pro-Revolution candidates in the Venezuelan election, the latest Jan. 6 attack court developments, demonstrations worldwide against U.S. intervention in Ethiopia, resistance to the coup in Sudan, and more. Please make an urgently-needed contribution to The Socialist Program by joining our Patreon community at patreon.com/thesocialistprogram. We rely on the generous support of our listeners to keep bringing you consistent, high-quality shows. All Patreon donors of $5 a month or more are invited to join the monthly Q&A seminar with Brian.

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ
Thủ tướng bị phế truất của Sudan được phục hồi nguyên chức

SBS Vietnamese - SBS Việt ngữ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 4:02


Thủ tướng bị phế truất của Sudan đã đạt được một thỏa thuận với quân đội nhằm phục chức cho ông trở lại làm lãnh đạo nội các kỹ trị độc lập cho đến khi tổ chức bầu cử. Nhưng các cuộc biểu tình đã nổ ra khắp đất nước chống đối thoả thuận này. Thoả thuận đạt được gần một tháng sau cuộc đảo chánh quân sự khiến thủ tướng Abdalla Hamdok bị quản thúc tại gia.

In 4 Minuti
Martedì, 23 novembre​

In 4 Minuti

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 5:51


I risultati delle elezioni in Cile, la proposta di acquisto per Tim e il Primo ministro del Sudan che torna in carica dopo il golpe

Fund for Teachers - The Podcast
Learning Gratitude from Refugee Students & Teachers

Fund for Teachers - The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 28:46


Today's podcast airs on Black Friday, when millions of shoppers flock to malls to begin and finish holiday shopping. This scene stands in stark contrast to those witnessed by fifth-grade teacher Janelle Rei this summer. Between meeting with Sudanese refugee students and teachers and observing families living and working in cities built of garbage, Janelle witnessed joy and gratitude for the little things, including school supplies she delivered from her own students at Great Neck Elementary School in Waterford, CT.Janelle is a Fund for Teachers Fellow who used her grant to experience in Egypt the locations in which two books in the fifth-grade curriculum are set to support student learning and to make global connections through The Global Read Along program. Janelle holds an undergraduate degree in education, as well as a master's degree in special education from Bridgewater State University, and she recently completed a second master's degree in educational technology from Eastern Connecticut State University. Her first motivation to teach, however, came from her mother, who continues to teach elementary students in nearby Rhode Island. Our conversation covered her motivation for guiding students to be empathic global citizens, how her fellowship is facilitating that, and her advice for our future FFT Fellows working on their proposals.

The Punch Out with Eugene Puryear - Your Daily Socialist News Hit

On Today's Episode of The Punch OutFrench Convoy Faces Protests, First Nations Protest Canadian Pipeline, Political Maneuvering in Sudan.

Africa Today
Sudan's prime minister is reinstated but protesters feel 'betrayed'

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 25:31


Sudan's military has reinstated Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and struck a new agreement with him, but pro-democracy activists have dismissed the move. Plus in Kenya, if you have not had the Covid-19 jab, you will not be allowed on public transport or in public spaces. And Somalia's Nimco Happy on the shock and surprise at becoming a worldwide sensation after her song - translated as 'I love you more than my life' - exploded on social media.

South Sudan In Focus  - Voice of America
South Sudan in Focus - November 22, 2021

South Sudan In Focus - Voice of America

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 30:00


Some residents of the Sudanese capital Khartoum have described Sunday's agreement which reinstated Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok as a betrayal - while others have welcomed it to end the bloodshed and fill an almost month-long constitutional vacuum; The South Sudan government has welcomed Sunday's agreement that led to Abdallah Hamdok's reinstatement as prime minister, nearly a month after the military dissolved Sudan transitional government; Jonglei State governor Denay Jock Chagor has directed security agents in the town of Bor to find and apprehend all of the suspects behind Friday's killings of seven traders from the Pibor Administrative Area

What A Day
Reckoning With The Rittenhouse Verdict

What A Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 20:39


After four days of deliberation, a Wisconsin jury found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on all counts on Friday. As a defendant, Rittenhouse had a strong case under the law, but over the weekend, people expressed their discontent with the verdict. We discuss the result in the broader context of the criminal justice system and its bearing on issues of race in America. And in headlines: protesters took to the streets in several European cities against COVID restrictions, Sudan's Prime Minister was reinstated after being arrested during a military coup, and more childless adults in the U.S. say they are unlikely to ever have kids. For a transcript of this episode, please visit crooked.com/whataday Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Pan-African Journal
Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

Pan-African Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 131:00


Listen to the Sun. Nov. 21, 2021 special edition of the Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. The program features our PANW report with dispatches on the ongoing media campaign in the United States to misinform the public about the actual developments inside the Horn of Africa state of Ethiopia; in the Republic of Sudan the military junta has reinstated the interim Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok although this is being rejected by other activists within the mass democracy movement; China's foreign ministry has declared that the independence of Taiwan will never by accepted by Beijing; and the international trade crisis is being worsened due to the conflict between the U.S. and China. In the second hour we continue to look deeper into the life, times, contributions and assassination of Malcolm X (Hajj Malik El-Shabazz). We listen to two rare achival audio files and a contemporary segment on the exoneration of two of falsely convicted men tried in the murder during 1966. Finally, we review some of the most pressing and burning issues in Africa and the world.

World News with BK
Podcast#275: UK suicide bombing, Rittenhouse acquittal, 80 year old man rectal insertion surgery

World News with BK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 152:04


Podcasting in Paris! Started out with that idiot suicide bomber in Liverpool, England who tried to blow up a hospital, then updated that coup in Sudan. Plus Burkina Faso police massacre, Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted, Russian occult murder, Chinese tennis player reappears, Russia advances in Ukraine, Beto runs for Texas governor, and an 80 year old man needs to have surgery to remove a pestle that he jammed into his anus for sexual pleasure. Music: Desireless/"Voyage Voyage"

SBS World News Radio
Sudan's deposed Prime Minister reinstated as leader

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 3:11


After military leaders kept Abdalla Hamdock under weeks of house arrest, an agreement was brokered on Sunday to reinstate him.

Newshour
Anti-coup protests in Sudan continue after PM reinstated

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 49:05


Sudan's Prime Minister Abdullah Hamdok was reinstated in a deal struck with the military leadership, weeks after the October 25th coup. But the agreement failed to rouse optimism in pro-democracy protesters who feel their Prime Minister may have agreed under duress. We hear from a protester in Khartoum who says the deal only handed more power to the military. We also speak to the former US assistant secretary of state for Africa, who says this is a positive step in the transition to a civilian government. Also on the programme: Some Mexican deportees are finding ways to rebound in their home country; And after calls for information regarding Peng Shuai, The International Olympic Committee says its president, Thomas Bach, has held a video call with the Chinese tennis star and claims all is well. (Photo: Abdel Moneium Suleiman)

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)
21.11.2021 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 15:09


Themen der Sendung: Frage nach Durchführung konsequenter Kontrollen der neuen Corona-Maßnahmen, Robert Koch-Institut meldet 63.924 Neuinfektionen, Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz steigt auf 362,2, Grünen-Gesundheitspolitiker Dahmen fordert Krisenstab für Koordination von Patientenverlegungen aus überlasteten Kliniken, Sachsen bereitet sich auf Lockdown von weiten Teilen des öffentlichen Lebens angesichts hoher Inzidenzen vor, Proteste und Krawalle gegen Corona-Maßnahmen in den Niederlanden und Brüssel, Beginn der Präsidentenwahl in Chile, Gestürzter Premierminister Hamdok vier Wochen nach Militärputsch im Sudan wieder im Amt, Ergebnisse des 12. Spieltags der Fußball-Bundesliga, Tennisspieler Zverev siegt bei den ATP Finals, Rock'n'Roll-Musiker Ted Herold verstorben, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (320x240)
21.11.2021 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 15:09


Themen der Sendung: Frage nach Durchführung konsequenter Kontrollen der neuen Corona-Maßnahmen, Robert Koch-Institut meldet 63.924 Neuinfektionen, Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz steigt auf 362,2, Grünen-Gesundheitspolitiker Dahmen fordert Krisenstab für Koordination von Patientenverlegungen aus überlasteten Kliniken, Sachsen bereitet sich auf Lockdown von weiten Teilen des öffentlichen Lebens angesichts hoher Inzidenzen vor, Proteste und Krawalle gegen Corona-Maßnahmen in den Niederlanden und Brüssel, Beginn der Präsidentenwahl in Chile, Gestürzter Premierminister Hamdok vier Wochen nach Militärputsch im Sudan wieder im Amt, Ergebnisse des 12. Spieltags der Fußball-Bundesliga, Tennisspieler Zverev siegt bei den ATP Finals, Rock'n'Roll-Musiker Ted Herold verstorben, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)
21.11.2021 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 15:10


Themen der Sendung: Frage nach Durchführung konsequenter Kontrollen der neuen Corona-Maßnahmen, Robert Koch-Institut meldet 63.924 Neuinfektionen, Sieben-Tage-Inzidenz steigt auf 362,2, Grünen-Gesundheitspolitiker Dahmen fordert Krisenstab für Koordination von Patientenverlegungen aus überlasteten Kliniken, Sachsen bereitet sich auf Lockdown von weiten Teilen des öffentlichen Lebens angesichts hoher Inzidenzen vor, Proteste und Krawalle gegen Corona-Maßnahmen in den Niederlanden und Brüssel, Beginn der Präsidentenwahl in Chile, Gestürzter Premierminister Hamdok vier Wochen nach Militärputsch im Sudan wieder im Amt, Ergebnisse des 12. Spieltags der Fußball-Bundesliga, Tennisspieler Zverev siegt bei den ATP Finals, Rock'n'Roll-Musiker Ted Herold verstorben, Das Wetter

Echo der Zeit
Überraschende Wendung im Sudan

Echo der Zeit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 27:52


Im Sudan ist der abgesetzte Regierungschef Abdullah Hamdok wieder im Amt. Vor einem Monat hatte das Militär Hamdok weggeputscht, wie auch die andere zivilen Minister. In der Folge gab es grosse Demonstrationen im ganzen Land und auch die internationale Gemeinschaft protestierte gegen die Machtübernahme des Militärs. Weitere Themen: (01:19) Überraschende Wendung im Sudan (08:27) Schweiz engagiert sich in Libyen (12:37) Wahlen in Chile: Radikal Links oder radikal rechts (19:23) Faszination Schach

AP Audio Stories
Sudan military leaders reinstate deposed prime minister

AP Audio Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 0:42


每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist
*第五季*【EP. 259】#661 經濟學人導讀 feat. 國際時事 feat. 新聞評論【半島電視台 vs. 蘇丹;利比亞的小格達費從政;美中台的三方微妙;波士尼亞與赫塞哥維納 (Bosnia & Herzegovina)】

每日一經濟學人 LEON x The Economist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 36:49


Newshour
Sudan's military reinstates ousted PM Hamdok

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 48:22


Sudan's ousted Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok reinstated, after being placed under house arrest during a military coup last month. All political detainees will be released as part of a new agreement between the military, civilian leaders and ex-rebel groups, mediators said. We speak with a leader of the main opposition bloc, which has rejected the new deal. Also in the programme; the Mexicans who have been deported from the US but take the skills they've learnt to built better lives back home; and the government in Britain is launching what it describes as a far-reaching review in potential racial bias in the design of medical devices.

The History Hour
Sudan's October Revolution

The History Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 50:19


How in 1964 Sudanese civilian protesters first brought down a military regime, plus the hunt for former Serbian leader Radovan Karadžić later convicted of genocide and war crimes. Also in the programme, Russia's public outcry at the killing of human rights pioneer and leading female politician Galina Starovoitova in the 1990s, the birth of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for anxiety and depression, and getting shot in the arm for the sake of 'art' in the USA. Photo: People celebrate the fall of the military regime in Khartoum, November 1964 (Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

Africa Today
Data leak reveals public money looting in DR Congo

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 20:48


A document leak showing how the Kabila family and associates looted public money in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A doctor in Khartoum tells us about the human cost of the protests in Sudan. The Finance minister of Djibouti worries his country's GDP might freefall unless security in Ethiopia improves. The Mali government is on a mission to stop informal gold mining. And Eskom, the South African power company says it's discovered evidence of sabotage on its network.

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs
A Fraught Moment for African Democracy

Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021


Since August, of last year there have been more coups in sub-Saharan Africa than at any time for the past two decades – Mali in August 2020, Chad in April 2020, Mali again in May 2021, Guinea in September, and Sudan just last month. In this episode we discuss the recent trends of turmoil and … Continue reading A Fraught Moment for African Democracy

25 Yards Later
Week 11 Preview: New Friends on the Block

25 Yards Later

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 91:00


Welcome to 25 Yards Later, Sports Obsessive and Rumination Radio Network's fantasy football podcast! Nick has been on a roll! He's 12-0 the last 3 weeks and is so pumped following a huge Week 10 Panthers upset that saw the return of Cam Newton that he did the pod in a Panthers jersey, hat, scarf, and wearing aviators (despite recording after 10pm in a dimly lit room), all while basically demanding that we cover the Panthers this week. He also decided to take a short Nicktory lap with his recent fantasy success and threw together a quick quiz for Allijah to see if he could tell if a series of events happened before or after his most recent fantasy loss all the way back in Week 7. Then, inspired by the midway point of the season, the guys welcome some new Best Fantasy Friends (or BFFs) into their friend circles. These are players that the boys ended up having on their teams (often on multiple squads) that they picked up for a great value and ended up as solid contributors (or maybe even league winners). Finally, Nick and Allijah preview 5 teams playing this weekend: the Baltimore Ravens, San Francisco 49ers, New York Jets (making their first, and presumably last, appearance of the season), Kansas City Chiefs, and the aforementioned Panthers. Which players have earned the coveted BFF status? Which Jets do we think are worth considering? What should you make of the troublesome Ravens and 49ers backfields? What should you do if Clyde Edwards-Helaire comes back from injury? Will Allijah know if a coup in Sudan happened before or after Nick's most recent fantasy loss? Find out the answer to these questions and more on this week's episode of the 25 Yards Later Fantasy Football Podcast! Follow us on Twitter @25YLFF, @nickgluciano, and @allijahmotika. You can listen to 25 Yards Later on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Breaker, Pocket Casts, and RadioPublic. Be sure to head over to Ruminations Radio Network for more great podcasts and Sports Obsessive for all things fantasy football, wrestling, and the NFL.

Simple English News Daily
Friday 19th November 2021. World News. Today: Belarus Poland border crisis. Czechia Slovakia COVID restrictions. US congress censure. Canada

Simple English News Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 7:36


World News in 7 minutes. Friday 19th November 2021.Transcript at: send7.org/transcripts Support SEND7: send7.org/supportToday: Belarus Poland border crisis. Czechia Slovakia COVID restrictions. US congress censure. Canada floods. Sudan protests. Kenya jailbreak. India Pakistan border crossing. Australia algae beer to save the planet. Send your opinion or experience by email to podcast@send7.org or send an audio message at send7.org for us to broadcast. With Stephen Devincenzi, Khadija Tahir and Camelia el Alami.SEND7 (Simple English News Daily in 7 minutes) tells news in intermediate English. Every day, listen to the most important stories in the world in slow, clear English. This easy English news podcast is perfect for English learners, people with English as a second language, and people who want to hear a fast news update from around the world. Learn English through hard topics, but simple grammar. SEND7 covers all news including politics, business, natural events and human rights. For more information visit send7.org/contact

By Any Means Necessary
Democrats Prospects For 2024 Dim As The Need For A Working Class Movement Intensifies

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 113:19


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Kamm Howard, National Male Co-Chair of the National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N'COBRA) to discuss a recent report released by N'COBRA outlining the impact of transgenerational trauma on the epigenetics of descendants, how that relates to the issue of reparations, the impacts of transgenerational trauma on the health of descendants of slaves, and the potential of a broader reconciliation process for people who have suffered under the boot of white supremacy.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Milton Allimadi, Chief Editor of Black Star News, producer/host of the Black Star News Show on WBAI in NY and author of “Manufacturing Hate: How Africa was Demonized in Western Media” to discuss ongoing conflicts in Ethiopia and Sudan as Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits African nations, the fallout from the coup in Sudan and resistance to it, the stakes in the conflict in Ethiopia, and the US interest and role in recent coups and conflicts on the African continent.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Jemima Pierre, Haiti/Americas Coordinator for the Black Alliance for Peace to discuss the ecological impact of so-called “peacekeeping” missions from the United Nations to Haiti, the role of these missions in sparking the cholera epidemic, how such actions must stem from a denial of Hatian humanity and the racism inherent to imperialism itself, and the reality of so-called peacekeeping missions.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Margaret Kimberley, editor and senior columnist at Black Agenda Report and author of the book "Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents" to discuss reported discord between Joe Biden and Kamala Harris over Haris' role in the administration and what that might mean for the 2024 presidential election, the empty promises and lack of action that came out of the COP 26 conference, and the need for an independent movement outside of the current electoral system.

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
18.11.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 10:08


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Donnerstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Polens Regierungschef warnt vor Millionen Migranten Eine Lösung der Flüchtlingskrise an der polnisch-belarussischen Grenze ist weiterhin nicht in Sicht. Polens Ministerpräsident Mateusz Morawiecki warnte die EU vor Millionen Migranten und fordert eine massive Sicherung der EU-Grenzen gegen illegale Migration. In Deutschland mehren sich derweil Forderungen, die vom belarussischen Diktator Alexander Lukaschenko an die Grenze gebrachten Migranten angesichts der schwierigen humanitären Lage in die EU einreisen zu lassen oder zumindest Hilfe zu ermöglichen. Ukrainischer Botschafter in Berlin befürchtet russische Invasion Wegen der russischen Truppenbewegungen an der Grenze zur Ukraine hat der ukrainische Botschafter in Berlin vor dem wachsenden Risiko einer Invasion gewarnt. Noch nie seit 2014, als die Russen die Krim und Teile der Ostukraine mit Waffengewalt besetzt hätten, sei die Gefahr eines groß angelegten Einmarsches akuter als jetzt, sagte Andrij Melnyk. Ukrainische und westliche Nachrichtendienste hätten eine massive Verstärkung der russischen Truppen beobachtet. Vor der Ostgrenze der Ukraine und im besetzten Donbass stünden 114.000 russische Soldaten. Berlin müsse diese Bedrohung viel ernster nehmen. Erneut viele Opfer bei Protesten gegen Militärregime im Sudan Bei der Niederschlagung von Protesten gegen den Militärputsch im Sudan haben Sicherheitskräfte mindestens 15 Menschen erschossen. Dutzende Menschen hätten bei den Demonstrationen vor allem im Norden der Hauptstadt Khartum Schusswunden erlitten, teilte eine pro-demokratische Ärztegewerkschaft mit. Es war der blutigste Tag seit der Machtübernahme durch die Armee Ende Oktober. In ganz Khartum kam es trotz der Blockade von Telefon- und Internetverbindungen zu Protesten. Die Sicherheitskräfte gingen mit Tränengas gegen Demonstranten vor, bestritten aber den Einsatz von scharfer Munition. Erneut Tote bei Dschihadisten-Angriff im Niger Mutmaßliche Dschihadisten haben im Niger mindestens 25 Menschen getötet. Wie das Innenministerium mitteilte, ereignete sich der Überfall am Dienstag in der Stadt Bakorat in der Wüstenregion Tahoua an der Grenze zu Mali. Seit Jahresbeginn häufen sich in dem Gebiet im Westen Nigers Angriffe mutmaßlicher Dschihadisten auf Zivilisten. Die bewaffneten Gruppen mit Verbindungen zum Terrornetzwerk Al-Kaida und zur Dschihadistenmiliz Islamischer Staat säen im Dreiländereck zwischen Niger, Burkina Faso und Mali seit 2017 tödliche Gewalt. Union will Infektionsschutzgesetz notfalls im Bundesrat zurückweisen Im Streit um das neue Infektionsschutzgesetz droht die Union mit einer Ablehnung im Bundesrat. Der nordrhein-westfälische Ministerpräsident Hendrik Wüst schreibt in einem Brief, der Entwurf der Ampel-Parteien SPD, Grüne und FDP sei angesichts der dramatischen Corona-Lage "nicht zustimmungsfähig". SPD-Kanzlerkandidat Olaf Scholz warnte im Gegenzug vor "parteipolitischen Manövern". Die Novelle sieht unter anderem die 3G-Regel am Arbeitsplatz und in öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln vor. Der Bundestag berät an diesem Donnerstag über die Vorlage, die Länderkammer soll diese am Freitag billigen. Zukunftspreis geht an Impfstoff-Entwickler von Biontech Die Corona-Impfstoffentwickler der Mainzer Firma Biontech werden mit einer der bedeutendsten Ehrungen der deutschen Wissenschaft gewürdigt. Bundespräsident Frank-Walter Steinmeier verlieh dem Team um die Firmengründer Özlem Türeci und Ugur Sahin den Deutschen Zukunftspreis 2021. Sie hätten es in einer beispiellos kurzen Zeit geschafft, einen Impfstoff gegen COVID-19 zu entwickeln und mit abgeschlossenen Studien bis zur Zulassung zu bringen. Die Auszeichnung für Technik und Innovation wird seit 1997 verliehen und ist mit 250.000 Euro dotiert. Angebliche Nachricht von Tennisstar Peng Shuai besorgt WTA Eine angebliche Mail der als verschwunden geltenden chinesischen Tennisspielerin Peng Shuai hat bei der Spielerinnen-Organisation WTA erhebliche Zweifel geweckt und die Besorgnis um die 35-Jährige noch vergrößert. Chinas staatliches Auslandsfernsehen CGTN veröffentlichte auf Twitter eine Mail, die der Tennisstar selbst geschrieben haben und an den WTA-Chef Steve Simon geschickt haben soll. Die Berichte über sie, einschließlich des Vorwurfs der sexuellen Nötigung, seien nicht wahr, hieß es darin. Die WTA fordert einen unabhängigen und nachprüfbaren Beweis, dass die Spielerin in Sicherheit ist.

Witness History
Sudan's October Revolution

Witness History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 10:17


A first-hand account of how Sudanese civilian protesters first brought down a military regime in 1964. The protests began after a student was shot and killed by police during a confrontation at the prestigious University of Khartoum. Demonstrations and a nationwide general strike followed which forced the military to hand over power. Alex Last hears from historian Professor Abdullahi Ibrahim who was a prominent member of the Student's Union at Khartoum University at the time. Photo: People celebrate the fall of the military regime in Khartoum, November 1964 (Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

The Economist Morning Briefing
The Economist Morning Briefing, November 18th, 2021

The Economist Morning Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 3:48


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Global News Podcast
Two men convicted of killing Malcolm X to be exonerated

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 29:02


A Manhattan district attorney says Muhammed Aziz and Khalil Islam did not get the justice they deserved. Also: deaths at Sudan pro-democracy protests, and the DogPhone that lets pets ring their owners at work.

Newshour
At least fourteen people killed in Sudan protests say doctors

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 49:02


Activists had called for mass demonstrations to mark the day when a civilian was supposed to assume the leadership of the governing Sovereign Council. Also on the programme, we hear about the millionaire lifestyles of Russia's top cyber criminals. And the convictions of the two men who spent decades in jail for the murder of Malcolm X have been thrown out by New York's district attorney Cy Vance. (Picture: Protesters take the the streets of Khartoum in Sudan. Credit: BBC)

Africa Today
At least two killed in Sudan pro-democracy protests say medics

Africa Today

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 27:40


Doctors in Sudan say at least two people have been shot dead as security forces tried to break up a series of protests against the recent military takeover. Plus staff at a Catholic hospital in Cameroon express their anger after soldiers forced their way in to search for suspected separatists. And we hear from Kenya where tensions between livestock farmers and wildlife conservancies have been escalating.

Global News Podcast
Delhi shuts schools and colleges as air pollution worsens

Global News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 30:11


It's the latest measure to try to clear the toxic smog in the Indian capital. Also: new protests begin in Sudan against last month's coup, and the growing appeal of the Mexican artist Frida Kahlo as one of her paintings fetches a record price.

Newshour
Cybersecurity: wanted criminals living freely in Russia

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 49:09


Many of the people on the FBI's cyber most wanted list are Russian. While some allegedly work for the government earning a normal salary, others are accused of making a fortune from ransomware attacks and online theft. If they left Russia they'd be arrested - but at home they appear to be given free rein. Also on the programme: the award-winning author Patrick Radden Keefe discusses his book on the Sackler Dynasty: and we head to Sudan where new demonstrations are rocking the capital, Kharthoum. (Image: Shot of an unrecognisable hacker using a cellphone and laptop in the dark. Credit: Getty Images)

Up First
Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Up First

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 13:38


Every adult in the U.S. could be eligible for a COVID vaccine booster within days. Democrats open a cross-country blitz to promote President Biden's vision for spending on everything from childcare to climate. And U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken opens a visit to Africa against a tumultuous backdrop of war in Ethiopia and the aftermath of a coup in Sudan.

Pod Save the World
The case for invading Australia

Pod Save the World

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 87:15


Ben and Tommy talk about reports of a potential war crime by the US military in Syria, tensions on the border of Belarus and Poland, increased concern that Russia might invade Ukraine, Biden's (virtual) summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping, how Trump sycophants are seeding election lies in Brazil, a hostage is freed in Myanmar, space debris, how Trump's coup attempt spread to the Pentagon, and the case for invading Australia. Then CNN's Nima Elbagir joins to discuss the ongoing civil war in Ethiopia and the coup in Sudan. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The FOX News Rundown
Evening Edition: The United States Takes Hands Off Approach To Horn Of Africa

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 10:18


Neighboring African countries of Ethiopia and Sudan are both embroiled in separate military conflicts that have a high probability of crossing over causing a greater conflict in the region. The United States has issued sanctions against the Eritrean military regarding the Ethiopian civil war but has held a more hands off approach to both conflicts. FOX's Trey Yingst speaks to Cameron Hudson, Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Africa Center, who says the Biden Administration could do more to prevent a disastrous outcome in the region.    

The Hartmann Report
IS THE WORLD LOCKING DOWN AGAIN ON THE NEW COVID WAVE?

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 58:00


Epidemiologist & Senior Fellow-Federation of American Scientists Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding - Is the World Locking Down Again on the New Covid Wave?Is It Time To Put American Oil Executives in Prison? When Are We Going To Hold "Public Good" over "Profits"? Now It's Crystal Clear - Joe Manchin Doesn't Care About Working People. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Punch Out with Eugene Puryear - Your Daily Socialist News Hit

On Today's Episode of the Punch Out:Xi-Biden MeetApartheid Settler ViolenceDeath Toll Rises in Sudan