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Most incredibly, the crowd kept pushing the line of soldiers back. With each few feet of retreat, the crowd cheered and chanted, taunting the soldiers, sticking their fingers, fists and flags in their faces. The police remained calm. I tried to engage a few in conversation. “This must be really difficult for you,” I asked. No reply. Israeli police recruit keeps his cool, stays silent. Then, the inevitable: the loud pop of a tear gas canister, a cloud of acrid, white smoke drifting through the air, and everyone flew, gasping for breath, covering their eyes. Others stayed put. If the cops could, so would they. One older woman sat down on the pavement, her harms crossed. Camera people rushed over to capture her sitting there. Pop goes a tear gas round. But the protest was about to become less up close and personal. “Skunk truck!” an Israeli activist murmured, interrupting our interview, pointing to a large white truck driving up the road from Halamish settlement, where it’s based and apparently refuels.
BBC Radio Wales
21 hours
directions to Manchester bombing and some papers like The Guardian still leaving with the fact that the MI5 has launched to enquiries into mist terror warnings I think we're going to seem quite a lot in coming days and weeks about it were any chances missed to detain the bomber before his truck killing 22 people and the other big headline selling the Telegraph also the Guardian Mr this is BA disruption are all flights are most flights out of date London cancelled over the weekend some horrendous accounts of the worst chaos I've ever seen in The Telegraph and images of people can I get some sleep sat on trolleys in as we heard early morning early this morning and good morning Wales British Airways response that are leaving a lot to be desired I know sometimes power to ban UK she had Jesus been used just once so this is measures to prevent Fighters returning to the UK.
BBC Radio 4
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we still have to find out what the maximum limit one would have to pay so that's still to come pick people I worry about that they are sat there is some reason you know we we have a large population of pensioners table dry and Pensions it in a horrible week of course I am one of the consequences that you've stopped campaigning I mean it's not obviously the primary concern the does it affect the campaign it doesn't work because first of all we started with a very short company very short notice then secondly and like the Labour Party in the town want to sitting company.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 days
cheap kids for school now it time to tell you about something coming up on Radio Ulster on this sat next Sunday Marti calendar continues his song field Odyssey around I'll stick with a visit west of the Bann looking at songs that originated originated around the sperrins the foil and the band next Sunday at 12:30 and there's a film to a company that series On the Radio Ulster Facebook page you're listening to Sunday sequence coming up after the news attitudes to ageing are we still respectful of the elderly that are main discussion after the news and managing grief insights from a psychotherapist and a Dominican Priory on managing his community it's 9 o'clock on 92.
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I have done seven racing school is yes in this country and in the States haven't I was actually race they didn't fancy racing but I did do to your photo Racing School in the States is it a little Bird Told Me that when you were doing so everything's cool that you did meet a famous Hollywood actor not that you recognise them at the time and no one there on the 2nd day of cycle trail 4 day course and on the second day during one of the briefing Sessions the man said oh when I were going to have somebody famous coming and I don't want any any upset or any something came and sat down beside me and I just thought of something join late I didn't realise I'm there and then there was a bit of whispering when tried and that's it that's it that's in the parrot it was Tom Cruise's which I knew nothing about I didn't know.
BBC Radio Ulster
2 days
the car is that the way it's going to be tomorrow and I'm in the right in the Munster group so I love you will struggle just getting to the point tomorrow so that's really got a video games to try and Lily Savage Lisa points Jenny cars in Monaco for a 70 said yesterday Jenny was devastated yeah it took a long time to get out of his car after qualifying he was just sat there helmet on hunched over um and it seem to always he was inconsolable because will you come to Monaco you want to prove you're the best you want to hook up please that's all the numbers and the Grapes of come to Monaco and one end sometimes it's your year and sometimes it's not and I have the slight feeling that Hamilton might be starting to think this just isn't he is here again it's really hard to overtake isn't it in.
BBC Radio London
3 days
the welfare of the community at large now. Young man face it we must all about he will be released into the community when is still a relatively young human being and what we need there are the very it is very reverse of what we getting from one government after another we need specialised elite range properly paid staff and we need a sat nav very small staff to Prisoner ratio instead of that we have one government after another going for Titan prisons far away from the at The Homes of the offenders were the the work will be undertaken under contract by.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
full time at meeting Andrew Neil on Monday I don't forget of course ask the leader with their Bethan Rhys Roberts there tonight she's going to be grilling Carolyn Jones Welsh Labour leader and Mark Williams leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats as their manifesto is published and then over the weekend with her over to go to see more of the election campaign going and then on Monday at Jeremy Paxman enters the Fray remember him that he's going to be grilling both Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May separately of course in front of a studio audience at that will fill your bank holiday Monday on that's as close as we going to get this net to add to a debate sat between the two main protagonists firm to be Prime Minister Theresa May has refused to debate with her the other party leaders um she's argue the course that we've seen Jeremy call.
BBC Radio Ulster
4 days
it comes down to the people that cause it's ok I'm sure we'll hear more about this sat after a Jeremy Corbyn speech dated today but that time has been is unfortunately I think you both bedside Kevin Maguire from the earth the mirror and also Dr Alan Mendoza at the executive director of the Henry Jackson society at 8:16 let's get more now on the transit there for about 7 months old baby girl found unresponsive in a car in County Tipperary Ralph legal is a journalist with the Irish independent anti set on the line this morning good morning my love good morning what more can you tell them that but under circumstances of the transfer case yeah it's truly shocking there in.
BBC Radio Ulster
4 days
challenge the the Old Time high for May which is 28° them were expecting temperature don't need to get up to 26 27 so it's not out of the question so if you like it hot and sunny today is the day for you she is and sun cream at the ready please um unfortunately let's get the bad news like the way in the weekends not so good we got rain on the way for Saturday morning quite a lot of it as well a little bit dryer and bread as the day goes on and then all that muggy weather moved away and will be fresher and mustard drive for Sunday Monday but today lots of sunshine highs in the mid or high 20s the championship compare their semi-final place again this weekend Derry and Tyrone made in the next quarter final clash to decide just sat.
BBC Radio Wales
4 days
then I losing almost 50 SEAT sat down to eat in the 2015 General Election that they had only when Welsh MP left after that ulita Mark Williams and codes of young losing too much MPs then then you had the assembly election again big losses down to 1 a.m. at Christie Williams with no serving in cadham in Johnson sleeper cabinet as education Secretary and then a local elections hoping to rebuild but they lost grounds again from a very low base in those elections in Wales to and the polls I'm looking particularly good are you there thanks very much that's our political reporter Beth and Lewis there and their 2 o'clock lunch that is both an isn't it says yes will there be plenty more reaction that do that on that good evening Wales from 4 o'clock today no doubt plenty more to come from a sat here on the program from Newport in the next.
BBC Radio Ulster
4 days
find this morning police investigating Mondays Bournemouth Tiger Manchester make of Tents arrest Gordy are investigating the death of a baby girl left alone in a car in County Tipperary and two men arrested over human trafficking yesterday remain in custody no 9 use your meeting took place recently in Columbia for members of the fourth guerrilla group sat down face to face with victims and relatives of victims of the 2003 bombings switch it carried out the attack on EL nogal club in Bogota killed several dozen people recently the Fart find a peace agreement with the government after 52 years of fighting opening the possibility of reconciliation meeting Natalia call story the BBC Colombia correspondent was it only jealous that the Swan.
BBC Radio London
4 days
Fleet Services details do actually come from the US I think that is the British Intelligence share information about the identity of the attacker with many intelligence services across Europe I'm so I feel that focusing only on the American telligent community is I'm not exactly correct professor Scott Lucas from the University of intelligence as well as in US and British foreign policy good afternoon tea professor neck so much for your time should we know they have been leaked sat questions about with those legs of actually come from am I not to take anything from the fact that it's appeared in the New York Times now the latest lights came from America.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
how to take him to the US for a treatment trial and now they've lost their appeal what they described as the only remaining Hulk or correspondence Helena Lee reports Charlie's parents with sat at the front of the court to hear the charge deliver their verdict here at the you appeal court and that's to say that the appeal has been dismissed now Charlie remains in intensive care at Great Ormond Street Hospital he suffers from a genetic terminal disorder his parents of wanted to take him to America for experimental treatments at last Monday at the High Court Judge rules in a favour of Great Ormond Street hospital and said that he should be moved onto a palliative care been here at the appeal called her earlier this week needles for Charlie's parents produce.
BBC Radio Scotland
4 days
just got a wide range of Friends so that's the reason very much that it is affected everybody on the island and girls wear hearing camera and the churches are providing support yesterday we were chilling what about the special service that was held in castlebay last night about 300 people attended the joint congregation service for the church of Scotland and the Catholic church I told that the congregation sat in silence 45 minutes just reflecting and thinking of the families and today because the source of everyone is still very much for the family of lord of McIntyre do you still in hospital in Manchester for coming from her injuries ok Cameron bottle in Barry thank you very much indeed UK but has launched its General Election manifesto the party has resumed national campaign.
BBC Radio London
5 days
Great Ormond Street Hospital has said it recognises that this continues to be a very distressing situation because it is priority must always be to protect the best interests of the child from a high court I correspondent Helena Lee has more three little reaction from Charlie's parents and Connie who were in the courtroom sat at the front of the courts at their family members at the back of the court at some of them broke down in tears they have had that confirmation from the Three Judges that their permission to appeal against that decision has been rejected and 24 year old motorbike rider has died after a crash with a cyclist in Redbridge yesterday afternoon the cyclist is in his 40s is in a stable condition in hospital please say no arrests have been made for the king to hear from any witnesses Rail.
BBC Radio Ulster
5 days
good morning deckham yes I am I feel I don't want to rub it in but it really is a beautiful morning here in belcoo just on the edge of Loch nickname a Belco is a small village in Fermanagh I'm going to be hearing from a few businesses throughout the course of the morning from this Border Terrier I just before we joined by them I've been taking a look at the local economy here and trying to have a look to see about some of the main characteristics so I mean I'm relatively small population in in the Honda is it situated just sat there from Alnwick have an border and it had a very strong remain vote in the EU referendum one of the strongest from an ancestor Rhona remain vote was about 59% so if we take a look at the unemployment statistics here using the key.
BBC Radio Wales
5 days
packing Me Home Bargains car park last October the jury was told was revenge for an attack on to Penn Farm crew members earlier in the day and in that retribution Mark Mason suffer 22 stab wounds as he sat in his van and CCTV footage played a big part in and getting these conviction it get it on the afternoon of the day Mark Mason was killed CCTV footage showed his white Renault vans in an area of real called the cob in the background two men in balaclavas pursuing Jake Amelia and James Davies from the pen song cruise with a machete and an iron bar one witness told the jury how Davison Media told him they been chased into marine lake to get away I'm offices you later showed two men in wet and muddy clothing walking to the flat the.
BBC Radio Wales
6 days
send guilty of manslaughter or Sara Teasdale has been following the case at mould crown court and so this was all about rival drugs gangs in Rhyl yeah this is essentially a turf war between two groups the man who were both found guilty today at Royal found guilty today were part of the pen song crew and Mark Mason and two other men who were also stabbed on the night he died with from Marco Marco screw the jury was told that the Fate attack which took place in the car park at the Home Bargains store in Rhyl on October 27th last year was revenge for an attack on to Penn Farm crew members earlier in the day Mark Mason suffered 22 Stabroek worms as he sat in a van in the car park have CCTV footage played a big part and getting the commotions yes on the afternoon of the same on a summer's tale CCTV footage show the Renault van he was killed.
BBC Radio Wales
6 days
Downing Street Buckingham Palace and Sellafield nuclear power station in Cumbria in other news today man from Liverpool has been found guilty of the murder of a father of two from Rhyl that was stabbed to death in a car park 20 year old James Davis had denied killing Mark Masons is to co defendants also from Liverpool the cleared of Murder be found guilty of manslaughter hurry still report some mould Crown Court 4th Road Mark Mason died as a result of a turf war between two drug gangs his with Markle Marcos crew those convicted of killing him belongs to the Panasonic roof the court heard how the fatal stabbing was the revenge for an attack on to pensarn crew members earlier that day Mark Mason suffered 22 stab wounds as he sat in a van on the home bargains car park in Rhyl on October 27th last year after deliberating over 4.
BBC Radio 4
6 days
Philip he only wants to be known by his first name I was working regarding do my loan and I just had this big loud explosion the possible I thought something wrong with my lawn mover them but you know they're just sat outside is frightful guys Polish manzanera things are policy so I just said it was something to do with the only incidentally shocking news another neighbour also called Phil told me how does stress you buy the whole attack.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
the in Scotland with major events being screened by armed police and the public to expect more bag searches at the lakes of the Lisbon Lions event at the Hydro and the big football match this weekend at the marathon at the weekend and then I'll be more armed police where people gather will also talk to lovely piece from Lisbon lions and import to your grandfather takes his grandsons Huddersfield and we sat and Stadium back in 1967 and we look at Strokes among young people without getting fascinating in to do with young girl she was 14 she knew she was having a stroke aged 14 and went through to Mama said I'm happy to see you seen the advert on telly so kind of you I think this 400 Strokes among youngsters she's 14 years old she's had an incredible Journey and a happy new month shots we talk to ya I wasn't aware.
BBC Radio Wales
6 days
and sat with them and gone through in a different things we can do around the game and I'm pleased to say that they've accepted that we'll we'll be able to wear black armbands and would a minute silence for the vixen the great city games an open on free event for the public will go ahead in Manchester on Friday this is not half marathon and 10K races schedule for the city on Sunday will be made in the next 24 hours Wales football manager Chris Coleman is again been linked with the Premier League agency this time in his old club Crystal Palace Fulham the surprise resignation of Sam Allardyce 2000 number of Brazil has told BBC well as he expects Leigh Halfpenny to extend his contract this week before flying to New Zealand with the British and Irish Lions they are said to be worth 1.5 million lbs and Wild wings That Heaven has a disciplinary hearing today for a red card it's God's pro 12 semi-final victory he could miss this weekend's final against Munster as well as someone to.
BBC Radio Scotland
6 days
what we know previous incidents that have happened like this not only in the UK but across the world hate crime does go up hate crime goes up as specifically against Muslim islamophobic crime and the predominate victims of that rising and hate incidents is women because they are visibly Muslim Sally dolls that wear the hijab or you can tell from the address they wearing that they are off the Islamic faith we're leaving the sat nav calls at Curry Mile it is of course Wilmslow Road and it's where many of Manchester's finest Asian restaurants are based without driving north of the city centre to a restaurant with heard is providing free meals to members of the emergency services but I'm right and then we Ride.