Voice Of America
21 minutes
But that doesn't make it any less serious, or deadly. And this kind of 'extremism' is on the rise, especially in the wake of your political ascendency." Since taking office, Trump has issued several executive orders on national security, including one seeking to ban people from six majority-Muslim nations from entering the country and another that targets so-called sanctuary cities and sets up a system for reporting on crimes by undocumented immigrants. The suspect in the Portland attack is 35-year-old Jeremy Joseph Christian. Police say they are investigating what appears to be an extremist ideology, and social media postings he made showed an affinity for Nazis and political violence. "He told us to go back to Saudi Arabia and he told us we shouldn't be here, to get out of his country," 16-year-old Destinee Mangum told Portland's KPTV. "He was just telling us that we basically weren't anything and that we should kill ourselves.
BBC Radio Wales
an hour
what could be the worst brexit for Wales and you need a party just going to stand up for the country and therefore stand up for jobs the economy and so I'd like Harry Kane 50 last time behind the green their candidate is Ben Smith at 19 he's the youngest in this race a student of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and argues that climate change remains the biggest issue in our lifetimes he has brexit shouldn't define this election but if there's to be a change of MP here then who negotiates Britain's departure from the EU may well be a decisive Factor I'm not receiving call not reporting that are Cardiff mosque is opening it's doors to the public today in hopes of encouraging people to learn more about Islam and the Holy month of Ramadan the data is a mosque in Cathays is hosting the event sharing.
BBC Radio Ulster
an hour
the worst way to get all their customer zone login for you so that there is confusion really it was bored of someone getting shot and then that's whenever we were brought back inside the victim was with his young son of the time and police said he will undoubtedly curry does memory for the rest of his life I was Richard Morgan reporting and we love it more on that story after the course of the morning night could this snap general election be much closer than first thought will latest polls if you still believe in that sort of thing indicate a slump in support for the Conservatives and a rise in labour popularity but of course the Tories still have a pretty comfortable lead well to talk about that I'm John by George Parker he's the political.
The Sun Daily
2 hours
He said 22 of those detained were civil servants, 15 from the private sector and the remaining were from the public sector. Abdul Aziz also shared that he was once involved in an operation to detain nine educators, including a headmaster, in a case at another state. He said civil educators could be involved in wrong doing through misappropriating donations, using funds to benefit themselves or awarding supply contracts to factories owned by their wives or husbands. He also urged civil servants to adhere to the rules and regulations governing the civil service by reporting and detaining those who offered them bribes in the course of their duties. In his speech meanwhile, Penang Education director Shaari Osman said the department will investigate all information received, whether through formal channels or through “surat layang” (poison pen letters).
Associated Press
3 hours
Autocar
8 hours
That equates to sales of around 7m electric cars, which represents quite a shift given that fewer than 2m are estimated to have been sold globally last year (the vagaries of reporting between markets make exact figures hard to determine). That 20% figure also suggests that MITT wants most of China’s new car sales growth until 2025 to be in EVs, and history has shown that Chinese government ministries tend to get what they want. Such a shift would be pivotal for the take-up of EVs and underlines why so many established car makers have been content to let disruptors such as Tesla lead up until this point, before launching a raft of their own products as opportunity knocks. In parallel, China has been getting the health of its domestic car makers in order, amalgamating some of the weaker firms with larger ones, pushing improved product offerings and driving knowledge-sharing by forcing joint ventures with Western brands.
China Daily
8 hours
A man drove a car over several people on Sunday night in the area of Puerto Banus in the municipality of Marbella, south Spain, after jumping over a stop of a Civil Guard patrol, Spanish news agency EFE quoted the regional government as reporting.
Sky News
9 hours
it is right that the public trust that as these enquiries, especially because the Tories are going hard on the notion that if you bought Labour the country will be less safe. You have been in charge seven years and let's look at it. Other newspapers are reporting that they are not using some of the powers they have.
BBC News 24
9 hours
what has happened new to night. You were reporting it earlier, but Nicola Sturgeon saying she would be part of the Progressive Alliance, but also said she did not think Jeremy Corbyn was suited to be Prime Minister. She is trying to have it both ways. The thing about Nicola Sturgeon is that you secretly know she wants.
Associated Press
10 hours
TYT YouTube
10 hours
ITV
11 hours
It's been another day of intense police activity in Manchester. Raids have taken place across the city and a number of properties have been searched. Tonight, there are 13 people in custody. The Home Secretary has today warned that members of the bomber's terror network could still be at large. In a moment, we'll be reporting on the tributes.
Sky News
11 hours
Dan, Manchester a city of contrasting moods. On one side a vigil taking place and on the other, rates taking place across the city. That fast paced investigation which we have been reporting on,.
The Economic Times
11 hours
"But that's not necessarily the view that the Reserve Bank has on the subject.Even if money is considered fungible and individual legs of the transaction are legitimate, the entire deal assumes the colour, at least in many cases, of a practice that's not kosher. Moreover, a slew of new and evolving regulations — including place of effective management and country-by-country reporting of profits — such deals may run into more and more hurdles.
Voice Of America
11 hours
“Only al-Shabab is reporting that he confessed, only they have passed the judgement and only they have executed the punishment ... they have done all that while they are not legitimate. These are religious bandits.” Sharif said those subjected to al-Shabab sentences and punishments do not have the right to contest or argue against accusations made against them. Shooting at food distribution point Meanwhile, two people were shot dead and 15 others were wounded after a gunman opened fire on internally displaced people waiting for food distribution at a feeding center in Abudwaq town, Central Somalia. Witnesses said the gunman had an argument with the guards at the feeding center before the shooting. Community leader Muse Mohamed Ahmed described the incident to VOA Somali. “This morning an Islamic organization brought food for the displaced, they registered the people and have started to distribute the food when a man approached the gate and attempted to get in.
The Sun Daily - Health
11 hours
After taking into account factors such as family socioeconomic status, family psychiatric history, and adolescent cannabis use, the results showed that those living in cities were over 40% more likely to report psychotic experiences than those living in rural areas. Among those who lived in the largest, most densely populated cities, 34% subsequently reported psychotic experiences between age 12 and 18, compared to 24% of adolescents in rural settings. The surrounding neighbourhood and level of crime were also contributing factors, with 62% of those who had grown up in the most adverse areas and been victim of a violent crime reporting psychotic experiences – almost three times more than those living in more favourable neighbourhood conditions who had not experienced violent crime (21%). The researchers suggest a variety of reasons why city living could be having such a negative impact on the mental health of teens, including that a heightened biological response to stress is causing an excess of dopamine, which can increase the risk of psychotic illnesses such as schizophrenia.
Voice Of America
12 hours
Egypt last month declared a three-month state of emergency after two suicide bombings at Coptic churches killed more than 45 people. In an address ushering in a new era of martial law just after the attacks, President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi warned the press to be careful in its reporting. Security sources told Reuters last week that 21 websites had been blocked for allegedly being affiliated with the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood or being funded by Qatar. Business News said the decision to block its sites came as a surprise because they were not among the 21 blocked last week. The company had its assets frozen last December for alleged ties with the Muslim Brotherhood, a charge it denies. "We point out that all information on our company, its shareholders, financial statements and contracts are available to all relevant government entities," the company said in a statement on Sunday.
Associated Press
17 hours
Lincolnshire Echo
18 hours
The level crossing barriers on the A158 at Langworth are stuck in the down position and there are long queues of traffic. The crossing runs over the main road to the Lincolnshire coast from Lincoln and an equipment failure is to blame and a repair is likely to take a long time. At 2.30pm traffic monitoring website was reporting: A158 Wragby Road in both directions closed, queueing traffic due to level crossing failure between Scothern Lane and A158 Station Road / Barlings...
Breitbart News
18 hours
Thursday on his No Spin News podcast, Bill OReilly weighed in on CNN reporting that there was a crisis within the members of the White House. According to OReilly, the supposed crisis is fake and is being manufactured by mainstream media to hurt President Donald Trumps ability to govern. Partial transcript as follows: So in the midst of this big story, terror story, in England and the president speaking to the Pope and then going to NATO in Belgium, what do I see on CNN? White House in crisis. This is what theyre doing. This is what their lead was last night. I mean, Im saying to myself, am I not living in the real world anymore? White House in crisis. What crisis? What crisis? There is an investigation going on on whether Russians were able to compromise people like General Michael Flynn, and Paul Manafort, who worked for Trump briefly in his campaign.
21stCenturyWire
19 hours
Politico
19 hours
During the presidential transition, when a friend called me to discuss whether he should accept a national security post in the Trump administration, I advised him to do so. My thinking was that the more mature, thoughtful people we had in the administration, the better. But over the last two weeks, I have come to think I was wrong. I no longer believe in the “adults in the room” theory of containing President Trump and the similarly erratic and ignorant people around him. The prime reason I have come to believe I was wrong was the experience of watching Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, Trump’s second national security adviser, make a series of statements. On the evening of Monday, May 15, he appeared before cameras at the White House to respond to a Washington Post article reporting that the president had shared sensitive intelligence about terrorism with Russian visitors.
BBC Radio 4
19 hours
text Graham reporting and does one Carlisle resident just said that has very much about the environment generally even though it was wants near the top of many of politicians agenda what happens his our environment analyst Rodger harrabin air pollution melting sea ice wildlife depletion US oil crisis seeds full of plastic why isn't the election full of Environmental eggs will I think it's mainly question of worry capacity Stephen Hawking would tell you climate change was the biggest long-term threat to humanity but in the meantime will also be set by.
BBC Radio 4
20 hours
analysis of departures shows around 40% of BA flights out of Heathrow what cancelled early this morning BA terminal 5 is once again severely congested the police are now managing access to the building to make sure it doesn't become overcrowded the cancellations at Heathrow having a knock on effect on other forms of Transport long queues have been reported at London's King's Cross station passengers trying to get trains northwoods be a virgin passengers to come to Heathrow only if they have a confirmed booking and only 90 minutes before the flight and y Mor reporting.