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China Says US "Abusing Power" By Squeezing TikTok

Midday News

00:30 sec | 12 hrs ago

China Says US "Abusing Power" By Squeezing TikTok

"For us well, China said today the U. S is abusing national power by trying to ban TIC TAC. The video app of federal court in this country stepped in late yesterday to prevent an administration bid to ban it right away. Roger Chang of our tech partner scene that says it all comes his talks Go on to set up a U. S operation for TIC Tac Oracle. Wal Mart is supposed to take a 20% stake in the U. S based company called Tic Tac Global. There remains a lot of uncertainty. Whether not China's bite dance, the parent of Tic TAC will retain

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India: UN expert raises alarm about mass evictions

UN News

00:52 sec | 12 hrs ago

India: UN expert raises alarm about mass evictions

"The eviction of up to two hundred, fifty, thousand people living alongside railway lines in New Delhi may amount to a denial of justice and it could also violate India's obligations under key international rights treaties. I use appointed independent rights expert said on Monday the development follows the Supreme Court's Eviction Order. Issued in August for around forty eight thousand households whose shacks lined the tracks Balakrishnan Rajagopal Special Reputa-. On adequate housing said that none of those who stood to be affected appear to have been consulted by the court before it issued the ruling in a statement Mr Rajagopal cited article two point three of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights it states that anyone can seek judicial assistance against it. Decisions regarded as arbitrary although the rights expert welcomed the court's decision to temporarily halt the eviction for four weeks. He said that this was insufficient time to relocate all as affected.

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Lawmakers face bar curbs in the House of Commons

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 14 hrs ago

Lawmakers face bar curbs in the House of Commons

"British politicians will have to curb the late night drinking off to authorities in parliament ordered alcohol sales restricted as part of anti coronavirus measures bars and restaurants in England have been ordered to shut at ten PM on the restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of because of the nineteen but catering facilities out of the seat of government parliament are exempt under a loophole that allows workplace canteens to keep long hours some lawmakers who pointed out the anomaly would do little for politicians public image after the backlash the spokesman has clarified alcohol will not be sold off ten PM anywhere on the parliamentary estate now the food can be sold during late night sessions Charles the last month London

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Uber gets back London license after winning court challenge

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 15 hrs ago

Uber gets back London license after winning court challenge

"But can keep operating in London after the ride hailing company won a court appeal against the refusal by transport regulators to renew its license the American company had challenged transport for London's decision in late twenty nineteen not to renew its private high vehicle or PHEV operating license over safety concerns involving imposter drivers the magistrate says he took into account whose efforts to improve oversight and didn't find any evidence of a cover up of the driver photo fool problem however he says he wants to hear from lawyers from both sides before deciding how long was last and should be under what conditions it should operate Charles the last month London

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Pompeo meets with Greek foreign minister

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 23 hrs ago

Pompeo meets with Greek foreign minister

"Woman Secretary of State Mike Pompeii always said to swing through Southern Europe this week. Joanna Kisses has more. Pompeo is expected to travel to the northern city of Thessaloniki on Monday into the NATO base at Suda Bay on the island of Crete. On Tuesday. He will also meet with the Greek prime minister Kitty across Mitsotakis and with Foreign Minister Nikos then B s. Pompeo's visit comes at a time when Greece and fellow NATO ally Turkey have revived a years long dispute over maritime borders in the Aegean Sea. The dispute has become increasingly nationalistic, with both countries upping their military presence in the Aegean. The leaders of NATO and the European Union have spent weeks trying to negotiate a diplomatic solution for NPR news. I'm Joanna

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100,000 march in Belarus capital on 50th day of protests

BBC World Service

00:52 sec | 22 hrs ago

100,000 march in Belarus capital on 50th day of protests

"In Belarus. Hundreds of protestors have been arrested in another weekend of demonstrations, calling on President Alexander Lukashenko to step down NPR's Lucy in Kim reports thousands of protesters filled the capital Minsk. Saying they were having a people's inauguration for opposition leader said Lana Oska, who was forced into exile by the Belarussian regime. Protests have rattled Belarus ever since Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide in a disputed election last month. On Wednesday he held a secret inauguration ceremony to take his six term in office, the European Union and the US do not consider Lukashenko to be Belarus is legitimate leader. French president Emmanuel Macron said in a newspaper interview that Belarus was in a crisis of authoritarian power hanging on by force and that Lukashenko must step down.

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Yemen gov’t, Houthis agree to exchange over 1,000 prisoners

Jim Bohannon

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Yemen gov’t, Houthis agree to exchange over 1,000 prisoners

"Are fueling the blaze. On the Arabian Peninsula Prisoner exchange between long warring sides in Yemen You have agreed to immediately release 1081 individuals. And you have agreed to meet again to discuss more releases. He's one envoy Martin Griffith says that agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthi rebels significant.

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India’s confirmed coronavirus tally reaches 6 million cases

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 18 hrs ago

India’s confirmed coronavirus tally reaches 6 million cases

"India's confirmed coronavirus tally has reached six million cases keeping the country's second to the U. S. India's health ministry was reported just over eighty two thousand new coronavirus cases in the past twenty four hours of Sunday to Monday driving the overall tally to six million seventy four thousand fatalities stands at ninety five thousand new infections in India are currently being reported faster than anywhere else the world's second most populous country is expected to become the pandemic's worst hit to country in coming weeks surpassing the U. S. with more than seven point one million infections have been recorded I'm Charles collect as much

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Coronavirus Live Updates: World Approaches One Million Deaths

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Coronavirus Live Updates: World Approaches One Million Deaths

"People have now lost their lives to covert 19 worldwide as of Sunday evening. Johns Hopkins University puts the count at more than 995,000 people nearly 205,000 in the US the world's highest total by far. Get doctors are getting a better understanding of how to treat the disease. While more deaths are expected this fall because of the recent surge in infections, there are signs that death rates are declining in that people who get the virus are now faring better than those in the early months of the pandemic. Meanwhile, on the

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Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 18 hrs ago

Britain brings in tough coronavirus fines

"People across England now face tough new fines if they fail to self isolate after testing positive because the nineteen the fines follow a recently announced toughening of restrictions those who failed to follow the rules face a one thousand two hundred dollar fine which increases to nearly thirteen thousand dollars for repeat offenders the department of health and social care says those who test positive also will be fined if they knowingly provide false information to contact traces government measures imposed to slow the spread of Kirby nineteen of causing increasing concern among lawmakers the house of Commons on Wednesday may consider an amendment to existing legislation that would give parliament the right to vote on any new restrictions Charles Taylor this month London

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Macron 'ashamed' of Lebanon's political leaders amid crisis

BBC Newshour

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Macron 'ashamed' of Lebanon's political leaders amid crisis

"President, president Emmanuel Macron Francaise, bitterly condemned Lebanon's leaders for their failure to form a new government. He said he was ashamed of thumb. On Saturday, Lebanon's prime minister designate Mustapha Deep, resigned because he couldn't get political parties to agree on his Cabinet lineup. After last month's devastating explosion in Beirut, Mr Macron led international efforts persuade the ruling elites to form a new administration rapidly. He said they had acted against the wishes of the country. The force. Politically, Ben is the Lebanese political forces. The leaders of Lebanese institutions clearly resolutely explicitly, did not wish to respect the commitment made to Frantz. And the international community. I see that the Lebanese political forces made the decision to favor their partisan and individual interests to the detriment of the country's general

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S. Korea returns Korean War remains of 117 Chinese soldiers

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:18 sec | 1 d ago

S. Korea returns Korean War remains of 117 Chinese soldiers

"Handed off the remains of 117 Chinese soldiers who died in the Korean War. The seventh annual repatriation ceremony was delayed by the pandemic. Since the first event six years ago. The remains of more than a 700 Chinese soldiers have been returned. Amy held. NPR NEWS Washington

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North Korea: Kim Jong Un 'very sorry' after his troops shoot dead South Korean official

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 d ago

North Korea: Kim Jong Un 'very sorry' after his troops shoot dead South Korean official

"Has accused South Korea of sending ships across the disputed sea boundary to find the body of a South Korean official recently killed by North Korean troops. Seoul says the 47 year old was attempting to defense before North Korean troops aboard a boat fatally shot and burned his body. South Korea also says they received a rare apology by North Korean way to King John on the shooting death of the official who they say was found floating on an object in its waters. North Korea says troops shot the official because he attempted to flee after refusing to answer questions. Unable to find the officials. Body troops say they burn the object. He was floating on inline with anti Corona virus rules. I'm

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Prince Charles warns virus may devastate students' futures

All About Real Estate

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Prince Charles warns virus may devastate students' futures

"19 crisis Has Prince Charles out with a warning, The Prince of Wales says up to a million young people in Britain may need urgent help to protect their futures from the ravages of the pandemic, and he calls current times uniquely challenging across Britain. Corona virus cases are accelerating and politicians or even debating whether to keep British university students from returning home for Christmas.

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Fighting erupts between Armenia and Azerbaijan over disputed region

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Fighting erupts between Armenia and Azerbaijan over disputed region

"Erupt between Armenian on Azerbaijani forces These are your world Headlines from ABC News. Fierce fighting has broken out between Azerbaijan on its neighbor Armenia over a disputed region. The Armenian prime minister says Azerbaijan launched an air and artillery attack. Responding to the attack, Armenia shot down two helicopters and destroyed three tanks. Tensions rise in

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Pandemic Will ‘Take Our Women 10 Years Back’ in the Workplace

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Pandemic Will ‘Take Our Women 10 Years Back’ in the Workplace

"Reuben know things take over 19 women may find their place in the workforce more at risk, A Dartmouth College economist tells The New York Times. With many daycare and schools closed. Working moms may end up being forced to make a choice to stay home if they haven't already been laid off. And a director of a charity serving disadvantage. Women in England says the pandemic will take women 10 years back in the

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Swiss voters appear to reject limiting jobs for EU citizens

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:57 sec | 1 d ago

Swiss voters appear to reject limiting jobs for EU citizens

"Voters in Switzerland have vetoed a proposal. Toe end freedom of movement within the European Union. Joanna Cock ICIS reports, a right wing Nationalist party promoted the referendum to limit immigration. The Swiss Public Broadcasting Network reports that more than 60% of voters rejected the proposal to scrap the free movement agreement. Switzerland is not an EU member state and relies on this agreement for trade, transportation and education partnerships within Europe. The anti immigrant. Swiss People's Party, the largest in parliament, pushed for the referendum. The party's leaders used the same slogans as pro Brexit politicians, claiming most migrants are dangerous and likely to go on welfare. As well as take jobs. But opponents argue that striking down the agreement would hurt the economy and strips with citizens of their freedom to live and work in other parts of Europe. For NPR news, I'm Joanna Cock icis.

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Israelis mark Yom Kippur under 'painful' virus lockdown

News, Traffic and Weather

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Israelis mark Yom Kippur under 'painful' virus lockdown

"Day on the Jewish calendar, Yom Kippur or the Day of Atonement. But with the country of Israel under a full lock down this year, young keep poor will envelope this country like never before. Secular Israelis who make up the majority here will find it hard to avoid the solemnity of the day of Atonement. The full National Cove in 19 locked down, ruling out bike riding and empty streets, seeing family or meeting in public places and the personal reckoning that this fast day calls for appears to have begun. The prime minister. Thickly admitting it was a mistake to open schools so quickly the president apologizing in urging the nation to atone for behavior that may have contributed to the virus, taking the lives of more than 1400, Israelis. Georgiana Miller, ABC NEWS Jerusalem.

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Ukraine military plane crash: Cadets among 26 people killed

The Dennis Prager Show

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

Ukraine military plane crash: Cadets among 26 people killed

"A Ukrainian military aircraft carrying 20 cadets. His crash, killing almost everyone on board, such as coming. The area of the cross found two more bodies the day after the crash. The plane was carrying a crew of seven and 20 students from a military aviation school when it crashed and burst into flames while coming in for landing at the local airport about 250 miles east of the capital, Kiev. Ukranian president, blood donors, Alinsky declared a day of mourning for the crash victims. Zelinsky harvested the crash area the following day called for a full assessment of the condition of the country's military equipment. And said he wanted an official reports on the crashed by the 25th of

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