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NBC
Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
goes public with her new boyfriend in london and new york. "extra" is in the middle of "star wars" mania. >> the re
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 11:15pm GMT
east of central london. he has lived here in the same council house for 50 years. i have lived in tilbury my life. i love tilbury. i walk out of here, go down this road, don't go down that street and everybody would be like, hello charlie. a real community. charlie knows tilbury better than anyone. he takes me on a tour, but the town he grew up in is now almost unrecognisable. that there is the fire station in front of you. and that has closed down? that has been shut a few years. on the left as you go round here, the blue and grey building, that is the police station. that is now shut. the railway pub used to have good entertainment every night. now it is completely shut. waiting to be bombed out. most of the spaces that once glued this community together have disappeared. today, a private martial arts academy is one of the few places young people can gather indoors. although this too could be earmarked for closure. it's the social life really. they are not a lot of the pubs down. that was a big part of tilbury. i think that is what caused everybody to be so close—knit, being a
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
song after a few bars. i use it all the time. sources say apple will pay $400 million for the london-based startup. that will disappoint some investors who include carlos slim. at $1 billionued in its last funding round just two years ago. betty: american express joining mastercard and others in ending the need for a signature on purchases. amex customers will no longer have to sign at the checkout for credit or debit card transactions. chip technology and global payment options are harder to dupe, lessening the need for signatures as a fraud fighting weapon. yvonne: german shoemaker birkenstock is walking away from amazon, saying it is seeing more -- then it can stand. they are shipping the products to the retailer in europe, saying amazon is hitting on its hands while terminals sell counterfeit versions online. stopped doing business in the u.s. because of what it calls a breakdown in trust. that is it from us on daybreak asia. a quick look at what is coming up on the next few hours. what are you watching? haidi: we're going to talk more about bitcoin, the theme of the week. we wil
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
trying to capitalize. >> bret: at benjamin hall in a london. coming up, two stories you don't want to mess. at two exclusive reports on it the trump dossier and the department of justice feared also, the huge wildfires in california are burning it seriously tonight, firefighters trying to battle back. the governor there says it gets used to it. that is next. "what pulled mus" "what headache?" nothing works faster to make pain a distant memory. advil liqui-gels and advil liqui-gels minis. what pain? >> bret: at the wildfire that has consumed nearly 400 square miles and it destroyed more than 750 buildings is burning its way into the history books. tens of thousands of people have fled their homes in california, and the states governor says this is the new normal. a senior correspondent adam housley is in california tonight, where the blaze is turning west through the photos. >> as the winds died down, and cruz got a handle on several fires burning in california, the week-old fire in a los angeles raised on, and is now the fifth largest in california's history. a flareup on the western
RT
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
really palestinian question now here in london we've also seen the metropolitan police as well as emergency services conduct some kind of training for the first time in a foreign embassy and this was an israeli embassy they were they were basically training and preparation for a chemical attack they were saying that this was has nothing to do with the latest developments when it comes to jerusalem and also in europe really passions have been flying when it comes to this issue left and right there been several instances for one we've seen in sweden a couple hundred protesters come out on the streets with anti israeli messages we've seen in another attack took place at a really restaurant by a man carrying a palestinian flag really other examples as well so it's clear that this is an issue and this announcement from trump has so far really just stirred a lot of trouble. the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. reacted to the wave of criticism by doubling down insisting that america's view simply reflects the way the world is when you recognize the truth when both parties recognize reality pe
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 11:00pm GMT
the wheels turning. scientists in london have reported a major breakthrough in the treatment of huntington's disease, and say it could lead to new therapies for alzheimer's and other conditions. it has been described as potentially the biggest advance in the field for half a century, by correcting the defect that causes huntington's, a disease which is incurable, and kills most sufferers within 20 years of diagnosis. huntington's affects an estimated 10,000 people in the uk, with a further 25,000 thought to be at risk, as our health correspondent james gallagher explains. the allen family has been blighted by huntington's. they have seen their mother, stephanie, die from it. the last year of her life, every time we all went to visit her, she just held us and said, i want to die. the disease claimed their uncle keith and grandmother olive, too. they describe it as parkinson's, alzheimer's and motor neurone disease all rolled into one. when you've got something that's degenerative, you know that — every day, you know the last day was probably better than the next one's going to
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 2:00am +03
life whether you're in new york or london or paris. the question is can it happen here in the series it's going to happen anyway city officials encourage new yorkers to go back to their normal routines advice that's becoming all too familiar christian salumi al jazeera new york. speaking out on the new york attacker he remained silent on three women accusing him of sexual misconduct they are calling for a congressional inquiry into his behavior they say given widespread investigations into the actions of other politicians it's only right that he be investigated as well a white house correspondent kimberly halcro ports. it's not the first time americans are hearing from jessica leads samantha holby and rachel cooks and their allegations against donald trump of sexual misconduct are new but they say each of their interactions with trump was violating and similar i was forcibly kissed by mr trump during our first interaction as he walked around looking at us like we were his property he jumped all over me the women first publicized their claims of trump's sexual aggression during the tw
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 10:45pm GMT
western railway ticket being on sale in early october direct london paddington services running on december the 27th, well, that can't happen on december27, december the 27th, well, that can't happen on december 27, paddington is shut. actually selling tickets for journeys that they could not possibly make, at least not without changing, ortaking possibly make, at least not without changing, or taking buses possibly make, at least not without changing, ortaking buses as possibly make, at least not without changing, or taking buses as well. the rail companies, the six big ones. . . the rail companies, the six big ones... network rail always the bogeyman, always. it is always blamed. they have some huge engineering works happening over christmas holidays, so £160 million worth of engineering works going on over the christmas holidays around london and manchester. that will affect so many people. all of this will feed well into what the government is pushing for, which is to switch network rail and the train companies together. to bring track and train together. the first phase this
PBS
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
led by scientists at university college-london who say the results are of groundbreaking importance. >> for the first time, we have the potential, we have the hope of a therapy that one day may slow or prevent huntington's disease completely. james: this is the experimental therapy. it is exciting, but it is not a cure. it requires far more research and following patients for years to come. this is a brain dying from huntington's. doctors are starting longer trials to see whether targeting the protein can change the course of the disease for families like the allens. >> if it works and it stops it getting any worse, that will be fantastic. personally, i never thought it would happen, that that would happen. it is all about can we stop it? other people, our children. james: this research also holds promise for other illnesses. similar toxic proteins are found in brain diseases, including dementia and parkinson's. >> i really think this is potentially the biggest breakthrough in neurodegenerative diseases for the last 50 years. we have similar situations in at least some cases of the
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 11:30pm CET
film awards. talk of the town and new taste sensation arrives in london. and christmas is coming the german town of laotian is a winter wonderland. well let's start off with the european film awards which took place here in berlin over the weekend the german capital hosts europe's uncensored the oscars every second year and films from all over the continent competed of the last thirty years of award ceremonies british and french films have scooped up the most honest but this year the three thousand members of the european film academy cost the votes different way. european comedy two thousand and seven seeing the square thanks. to thank. god we've come a bit repetitive here this is where. the un doubted star of the evening was sweden's the square it took home prizes for best european film best actor best screenwriter best director and best comedy. director ruben aslan's work takes a satirical look at the art business. competition is fierce. if you place an object in the museum for instance if we took you bag and placed it here but that may get out. ok. the awards are seen as europe's
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 10:30pm GMT
snow in north london, with claremont describing the way it was rescheduled as absurd. but that did not stop them crashing the home side 46—14. after a day on ice, following confusion, frustration and we booked accommodation, time for one of the biggest games of the champions cup so biggest games of the champions cup so far. saracens did not seem to have adjusted to the rearranged kick—off time, caught cold as claremont bowburn wandered past them. 0wning pay back three points, at one point this was going to be played behind closed doors. it seemed as though saracens could have done with a privacy. they did manage to wrestle back a penalty try but claremont's one—man machine tore into them again. the winger dismantled saracen‘s frozen foundations. saracen‘s defence, known as the wolf pack was strangely scattered. inca pable of known as the wolf pack was strangely scattered. incapable of stopping the opponents going where they wanted. it will 2015 was the last time they lost in europe, the congress that day, now the congress once more. perhaps the end of an era. john higgins
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
the third year of april. london's transport reregulators shock the compy would exceed the hapless unfit to run a taxi service it september the strip uber off its license in the apps most important european market. nynex of silicon valley apple has announce its largest acquisition to date attack giant has confirmed it spepeaking up iraq at muc recognition app shazam. no price as yet been disclosed but according to techcrunch deal it could be valued at about four hundred million dollars. already tortious i'm a party integrated apple sports assisistance serieies indudustry insiders say appe could now expanded the use of his arms technology. and finally from business celebrity chef mario batali has stepped down from his restaurant company and he's been suspended from co hosting a daytime talk show on abc. the move come off to either new york reported a full women accused the tally off touching them inappropriately mario batali is an investor off the italian a marketplace eater. and he co owns at b. and b. hospitality group the restaurant services company manages d dozens of restaurant
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 11:02pm CET
london and perhaps people have learned thank you kind of thing that's right. all right journalist james ronald there on the story for us in new york city james thank you very much. full head on the day moved to tears and action how a little boy's questions to the bullies and his school went viral. not go away one point on this one you joy they get. instant pain oh and fun you know why you need a good. well police are not confirming media reports in the us that today's new york bombing suspect acted out of anger over u.s. president trump's decision last week to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel it is exactly that possibility that leaders around the world pointed to in their condemnation of trump's move leaders except israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu today netanyahu urged european governments to follow the united states in recognizing jerusalem as the israeli capital their response was unanimous. not going to have a rare ok asian but you mean it and yeah i was a rival in brussels mark the first visit in twenty two years by an israeli head of government let me say of t
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
it is harder to togine london asking uber leave and the question is how they meet in the middle to get something they want. they are more willing to negotiate and come to a negotiated settlement in the cities. there will be a resolution and it is just a matter of finding a happy place in the middle. host: yet, they are finding battles around the world. they will obviously have to come up with compromises, but how much will that impact the business model? some of the steps they will have to take will involve things where they provide a benefit for the driver or other kinds of things that i think have an impact on the way the company is valued. i think that, long-term, as they create these compromises, which they will have to, it will impact the long-term valuation of the company. reporter: in so many places, uber is an incumbent and they are meant to be a lightweight business that relies on independent contractors. costs wouldt raises be bad for business, but if it nts, that could be good. host: what is the latest on that? reporter: december 28. with thee first price implied valuati
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm PST
restaurant in london on tripadvisor. but, you can't get a reservation because guess what? it is actually a joke. the writer created this illusion of an exclusive restaurant that was available by appointment only, and people went crazy. his friends were at all the reviews, they tricked tripadvisor is a fraud detection, but for a couple of weeks, people in london thought this was going to be the hottest ticket in town. >> kimberly: well, make the restaurant, then. >> greg: the food is probably terrible. >> kimberly: also in football news, army over navy. very interesting. and this is one of the most inspirational aspects of it, singing the national anthem, and you see the u.s. naval academy with a big hit on social media, twitter users is saying that the performance gave them a goose bumps and it shows. this in sort of juxtaposition with the nfl. god bless these kids. >> juan: on saturday, i took a sleigh ride through the snow. i was at the home of a jim jones. it was a bigger christmas party. he transformed it into a drop off for toys for tots. the goal was to collect a 10,000 on rupture to
FOX
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
attitude has gotten 14 million down lopz. you'll neat that >> if you're planning a trip to london you may nrun trouble if you go to top recall the restaurant. it doesn't exist. >> shed au/douh. this was part of a guy's plan top prove how easy it is to map ill late and it was recognized for food credits for missionary in inclusivety and the restaurant doesn't exist. >> i love it. >> there you go. >> that me my. >> you all must go there. >> it's the it place. >> annual eye hart rateo. >> airport erin late tonight. what's going on. >> i'll tell you what it's worth staying up past my bedtime. we're on the one arena. keep it here to "fox5" we'll dish with the celebs you can expect to hear and see tonight, we'll be right >> hi to bring out the sp sparklees. it's that time of year. right now stand opening the red he carpet capitol one arena. right now it's empty. d amilla just walked the red carpet and we talked to her about her solo at bum. he has unof the hottest songs in the country. havannah. fallout boy, logic. star studded line up and i love jipingle ball feels like holiday spit co
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
nightmare. carson wentz has a season-ending injury. i'm jacqueline london. >> and i'm jim rosenfield. doug pederson announced that wentz tore his acl. >> coach pederson thinks his team can overcome this huge loss. >> you can't lose faith. this has been a resilient football team. >> tonight we're asking fans if they believe the super bowl is still possible. >> for that, let's go to nbc 10's cydney long live at lincoln financial field. cydney? >> reporter: carson wentz is side lined for the rest of the season having to have surgery. some fans consider the super bowl dream simply out of reach but others we talked to say there is definitely still a shot and they are refusing to give up hope. it's a crushing blow. >> i'm concerned about carson but i think -- >> reporter: carson wentz's torn acl has fans torn with grief. >> it's just coming crashing down. >> reporter: fans are praying for carson's speedy recovery and they know nick foles can't do it alone. >> my confidence is extremely high in nick. you saw what he did in that game last night. >> reporter: he's not stepping in blind, sayin
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 1:00am +03
dealing with on this is al jazeera live from london also coming up the u.s. recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital continues to draw anger sending thousands into the streets in lebanon. bangladeshi man targets the new york subway with a homemade bomb that injures him and three of us plus that's what our country is doing again we're dreaming big president trump launches a new u.s. marine mission to lead the way to an eventual mission to mars. there one month into the program russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of his troops from syria he made the announcement during a surprise visit to syria where he held talks with president bashar al assad it was part of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies which some are calling a victory tour well first stop was the unshared children visit to they came from an air base in syria's latakia province then flew to cairo for plan talks with the gyptian president al sisi before doubling back and heading north to ankara for a meeting with turkey's reject tayyip erdogan entails tieup has this report. at a m
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
london or paris. it can happen anywhere. >> a man on a mission to kill in the name of isis. but his plan back fired. >> a night of partying ends in tragedy. >> it's been devastating to everyone, even people who don't know the student. >> why a high school senior went running for cover and was later found dead a few m >> get ready for a drastic temperature drop as doug tracks the potential for more snow this week. >> plus the me too movement hits the oval office. >> the only reason i'm here today is because this offender is now the president of our country. >> mayhem in manhattan this morning as a man tries to target commuters and tourists at the height of the morning rush. >> tonight security has been zepd up as the motive emerges. the suspect told police that he was inspired by isis, taking a page from the terror play book online. he allegedly built the bomb himself, strapping it to his body with velcro, and zip ties. but things didn't go as planned. >> tonight we have team coverage. nbc's pete williams has a closer look at the suspect's past. but but we begin with edward lawrence
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 10:00pm GMT
for chelsea who'll face barcelona in the last 16. good evening. scientists in london have reported a major breakthough in the treatment of huntington's disease and say it could lead to new therapies for alzheimer's and other conditions. it's been described as potentially the biggest breakthrough in the field for half a century by correcting the defect that causes huntington's — a disease which is incurable and kills most sufferers within 20 years of diagnosis. huntington's affects an estimated 10,000 people in the uk, with a further 25,000 thought to be at risk, as our health correspondent james gallagher reports. the allen family has been blighted by huntington's. they have seen their mother, stephanie, die from it. the last year of her life, every time we all went to visit her, she just held us and said, i want to die. the disease claimed their uncle keith and grant mother, 0live, too. they describe it as parkinson's, alzheimer's and motor neurone disease all rolled into one. when you have got something that is degenerative, you know that every day — you know the last day was p
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 4:30pm EST
attack in london this summer and the fire bombing of a synagogue in sweden just this past weekend, these violently cowardly bigot these. inst any threat or attack against religious property can shake communities to their core. the jewish community of south florida sadly knows this firsthand. last year a man planned to bomb a synagogue in aventura in my congressional district during passover. he was caught thankfully but incidents like this proliferating around the country are instilling fear, causing unease and requiring additional security measures to be deployed. and sadly in south florida this was not an isolated incident and, mr. speaker, i will say that although not specifically an attack against a jewish institution, i remember my children, then in preschool, attended preschool at our local j.c.c. and after the 9/11 attack my husband racing to their school to take them out of school that day because of the panic that was instilled that automatically occurs in every jewish family's life with children in a jewish institution when there is a terrorist attack. we are constantly
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 12:00am +03
dealing with all of this is the news hour live from london coming up that it may put the highlights russia's growing influence in the middle east visiting syria egypt and turkey all in one day. this is the u.s. recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital continues to draw anger sending thousands into the streets in lebanon. a near miss in new york as a bangladeshi man targets the subway with a homemade bomb that injures him and three other spots that's what our country is doing again we're dreaming big. president trump launches a new us with a mission to lead the way through an eventual mission to mars. in s'pore the most lucrative competition in club football underlines its blockbuster status grandmother the defending champions right i will play currie son jim in the last sixteen of the champions. russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of us troops from syria he made that announcement during a surprise visit to syria where he held talks with president bashar al assad it was part of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies which some are calling
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm GMT
here in london are celebrating a major breakthrough in the search for a treatment for the brain disease huntingtons. the devastating disease mainly affects people in their prime around the age of 30 or a0. patients usually die around ten to 20 years after symptoms start. in western countries, its estimated that up to seven people per 100,000 of the population are affected by the disease. this figure is significantly less among asian and african populations. here's our health correspondent james gallagher. when you've got something that's degenerative, you know that every day, the last day was probably better than the next one is going to be. the allen family has been blighted by huntington's. they have seen their mother stephanie, uncle keith and grandmother olive all die from it. they describe it as parkinson's, alzheimer's and motor neuron disease all rolled into one. frank, his sister sandy and also their brother peter's brains will all slowly degenerate from huntington's too — but now they have hope. the treatment is called gene silencing. every cell in the body contains g
SFGTV
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
worse of the notion of the loophole for on-site inclusionary. while we watch london t mayor of london has proposed to forbid any new parking in dense transit-rich areas of that great city on the notion that it will slow down transsit and make the streets less safe where we have high density. the same principle applies here. we really, really do want to add as much housing as we can in this part of town, especially for folks who have challenges affording market rate. that is just about everybody. so, yes, let's please have more below market rate. yes, let's have it on site. but please let's don't compromise safety of the seats. let's don't compromise the performance and the attractiveness of transit as we make the neighborhood more dense. again, i'll remind you that last year the board of supervisors adopted home sf, wonderful. we're going to incentivize developers to provide more below market rate housing in their projects. we incentivize them by offering bonuses of interest. the parking incentive is for the developer to provide less parking. if this city has a finding for the relatio
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 11:00pm +03
challenging mainstream media narrative at this time on al-jazeera. how do they say when london our current top stories on al-jazeera russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of his troops from syria as part of our life as parts of a lightning two of russia's middle east and allies person held talks with president bashar al assad at a russian air base in syria's luck takeo province into as tired as more. at a military base in western syria a visit by blood near putin it's the first time the russian president goes to syria since the start of the war nearly seven years ago he was greeted by senior officers and warmly embraced by president bashar al assad. putin's forces have been helping his troops since two thousand and fifteen when the syrian government was on the brink of collapse in a speech putin declared victory over what he described as terrorists and announced the partial pullout of his soldiers from syria not ingenue you don't know much about but he goes the way to the general command i give the russia's military presence in syria has come to an end and the m
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 8:00pm GMT
will be freezing their severe early morning commute in london, manchester, birmingham, it will be problematic. that is if you get onto the commute, because as we have heard, a number of schools shutting so parents have an issue with childcare and, yes, quite often we talk about the major routes, the motorways and whatever but actually, it is getting down your drive and into the major networks where we don't seem to get the grit, for very obvious reasons, just in those side roads and the estates, which can bejust just in those side roads and the estates, which can be just as treacherous, even though you are only doing five or ten mph before you get onto the major a roads and the motorway network, where they manage to get the grit down to try and alleviate some of the problems with this we have been talking about. so although the drama has gone, it is that almost unseen hazard of this that i am concerned about through the rest of the commute tomorrow morning and i think once we have done with tomorrow, we'll probably out of the woods for the middle part of the week. i think that it
RT
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm EST
made clear that one of our guests lisa mckenzie as research fellow at the london school of economics is also an activist for the un a case group class war finally r.t. host action returns ian mike kaiser i've been accused of being too critical of the authorities or covering the dreadful tower tragedy as well as of indulging in conspiracy theories and crime fell tally. fire occurred in june of this year it claimed the lives of seventy one people building had been on fire sixty hours before it was extinguished tragedy sparked widespread outrage in a society with many people angry a perceived failings of the local authorities earlier we spoke to artists putting host and former british m.p. george galloway is called the times article embarrassing. the very idea the disaster in which seventy one at least seventy one poor people men women and children were burned to death as a result of the failure of their land more which is the richest bar in england the royal bara of kensington and chelsea failing to make proper safety provision for. clouding the building in arsenic i'm not making that
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 10:32pm +03
in london our current top stories on al-jazeera russia.
RT
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm EST
investigation into one of the world's worst tower block fires in history at the grand felt hour in london the subject of an inquiry today has identified all children who are missing but according to some scientists privatization under tourism a could be putting the science that identified the children at risk of going underground in jeopardy here that are so massive back to investigate in this special report. forensic science is at the very barns of our criminal justice system a trace of d.n.a. a strand of hair and the turp or taishan all of those could be in the difference between your imprisonment or freedom. and the government's forensic science regulated dr julian tully is said to austerity cuts could be putting this justice at risk. but these concerns are not the u.k. science and technology committee raised the potential dangers of slashing funds and privatization to the u.k. prime minister to resign may's department when she was home secretary in two thousand and eleven i spoke to the then chair of the u.k. science and technology committee andrew miller there were two reports carrie
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 7:00pm GMT
washington and christian fraser is in london. in 11 hours‘ time, the polls open in alabama and voters will chose between a republican accused of molesting a child and a democrat who is pro—choice on abortion. polls suggest the republican could win. but roy moore, who also believes muslims should be banned from serving in congress and homosexuality should be illegal, has been shunned by members of his own party. the top republican senator from alabama, richard shelby, chose to go on national television yesterday to say he couldn't vote for mr moore because the accusations of sexual harassment were just too compelling. i want to reiterate again, i did not vote for roy moore and i would not vote for roy moore and i would not vote for roy moore. i think the republican party can do better. the president however does not agree. this weekend he recorded a robocall — essentially a telephone phone marketing message — in support of mr moore. ryan moore is the guy that we need to pass our make america great again agenda. roy is a conservative who helped me steal this country back on track
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
are paying high prices. erik: that is where? bruce: we have been selling london office buildings. erik: even though you think brexit is going to work out better than most people think. bruce: we have been buying, too. we are selling fully let ones at high prices. we are selling on park avenue in new york city. we are selling power plants that are long-term. we are selling transmission lines that have 30-year contracts. anything that feels like fixed income, we are selling, and anything that has operational, development work, that is our business. erik: is there anything you own or a market in which you now participate in which you would say, prices are stupid? bruce: it all depends on what people's parameters of investment are. even the people buying on park avenue and in london have good reasons for doing it. they either have fixed income they are taking money out of. they are taking money out of 30-year bonds at 2%. erik: for them it makes sense. what looks stupid to you? bruce: our businesses about buying value where it means operational rework, and scale helps, and global com
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
times square, london, and paris as well. all places that they hate because of the freedom we have here. how much more vigilant do we need to be in new york city and not just new york city, all over this country right now, as we head into the christmas season? >> all of us have to be vigilant really wherever you live. as you rightly pointed out jihadists made it very clear, they have given instructions to their adherents, the pressure cooker bomb, details how to make that, the boston bombing bomb was in al qaeda manuel. they told their jihadists go to areas where there are high concentrations of unarmed civilians. a metro station is exactly that. a bicycle path a christmas fair. everybody needs to stop staring at their phones as they're walking down the road, be aware of their surroundings. see something, say something, isn't just a catchy bromide, sort of empty phrase, it can save lives. i grew up in the uk in the '70s and '80s when the ira was at its deadliest, every day people would be aware. we weren't living in fear. if you saw unattended bag or something suspicious you reported it
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 10:00pm +03
from london also coming up thousands of hezbollah supporters rally in lebanon against the u.s. recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital. a bangladeshi man targets the new york subway detonating a homemade bomb and wounding himself and three others. scuffles in kiev outside a court which is now ruled to free a physician leader mikhail saakashvili in custody. of their a warm welcome to the program and a solar revolution has helped greece hit its climate targets broken promises on. putting other homeowners off investing i do apologize i think we're on the wrong script there russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of us troops from syria he made that announcement during a surprise visit to syria where he held talks with president bush. now it was part of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies first stop was the un shuttle visit to the cayman airbase in syria's latakia province it then flew to cairo for plan talks with egyptian president fox i'll see see before doubling back and heading north for a meeting with ridge it. well we'll have mor
RT
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
that for example in russia in madrid in london in. oh oh so all of this is very much sort of consistent with their terrorism when. do you think that we can take any comfort from this in the sense that nobody was killed on this occasion and it seems as if they say explosive device they say was was pretty poorly made does that suggest that it is actually still even in this day and age quite difficult to make a homemade explosive. what it suggests is that there is wide variation in the quality of terrorists some terrorists are able to follow instructions maybe they have direct training maybe they spent time for example in libya are we going to risk there or in syria for example. this guy you know clearly comes across as a novice oh man so yeah so some people are simply more capable than others at carrying out terrible atrocities by all indications this was on a low chair crude pipe bomb it may not have been detonated at the rate he didn't kill anybody it's one person who seems to be seriously harms is the perpetrator himself oh we've seen attacks like that before for example who
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 8:00pm CET
could be in. new york famously i'm glad. you like the citizens of it is like london the. people of london take these kind of things in their stride. all right journalist james russell there on the story for us in new york city james thank you very much. well as james was reporting there police are not confirming whether or not there was a connection in today's attempted attack with new violence between the palestinians and israeli troops but israel's prime minister he went to europe today and urged european governments to follow what the united states did last week and recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel benjamin netanyahu says that the move is simply a recognition of reality and as such a step towards peace with the palestinians but his words got a firm rebuff in brussels where he's been meeting with e.u. foreign ministers today. a rare ok's and that you mean it was the arrival in brussels the first visit in twenty two years by an israeli head of government. let me say of this quite a story but it's far too long for friends and partners so we are a big moment made even bi
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm GMT
have a detailed weather forecast... scientists in london have reported a major breakthough in the treatment of huntington's disease — and say it could lead to new therapies. we'll explore what it could mean for people with other degenerative conditions. at 7 o'clock — beyond 100 days will be live in birmingham alabama — where in just a few hours time the polls open and voters will chose between a republican accused of molesting a child and a democrat who is pro choice on abortion. that's all ahead on bbc news. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm holly hamilton. coming up on the programme: a messi draw for chelsea in the champions league — they'll take on five time winners barcelona in the last 16. drama at old trafford — as manchester city are accused of "milking" their 2—1 win over united before a row outside the changing rooms. and with all the attention on england's off—field antics down under — wicketkeeperjohnny bairstow says it's time to rebuild trust. hello and welcome to the programme. plenty to get through as alw
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm +03
. hello i'm sue chance and this is the news out live from london coming up russia's president pays a surprise visit to syria and orders a partial withdrawal of his military forces from the country. thousands in lebanon answer a call to protest against the u.s. decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital panic in new york after a man death a night's detonates an explosive device in the subway at the height of the morning rush hour. in sport the most lucrative competition in club football on the lines it's blockbuster status of the defending champions royal pie pari son john in the last sixteen of the champions league. russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of his troops from syria he made the announcement during a surprise visit to my main base in syria's lattakia province where he held talks with president bashar al assad it was front of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies so was the un shuttle visit to the airbase in syria and then flew on as planned to cairo for talks with magician president will see see before doubling back and hea
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm EST
sustainable. david: that was bloomberg's and edwards interviewing john mcdonnell from london. why a: straight ahead, deep south reddit state is looking purple in a special election for jeff session' senate seat. we will get the latest on the race. this is bloomberg. ♪ david: this is "bloomberg markets: balance of power." i'm david westin. sherry: and i'm shery ahn. alabama has become an unlikely swing state in a deep red state. the senate rate is a tossup. the special election has attracted national attention over sexual misconduct allegations over republican roy moore and millions of dollars for his democratic opponent who just got a last-minute boost from alabama's other senator. >> i cannot vote for roy moore. the state of alabama deserves better. we have a lot of great republicans that could have won and served honorably. sherry: we are joined by josh green. where are we in the polls right now? roy moore ahead of jones? poll that has doug jones up 10. the problem is, alabama is not a swing state. it is not a state that pollsters usually pull because the l.ection --pol add to t
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm GMT
treatment for the brain disease huntington's. a research team at university college london has managed to correct the defect which causes the disease. it's being described as potentially the biggest breakthrough in 50 years, as scientists look for a way to treat this and other brain—wasting diseases. our health correspondent james gallagher was given exclusive access to the trial and has this report. when you've got something that's degenerative, you know every day, the last day was probably better than the next one is going to be. this family has been blighted by huntington's, they have seen their mother stephanie, uncle keith and grandmother lived all dying from it. they describe it as parkinson's, alzheimer's and motor neuron disease rolled into one. frank, his sister sunday and also their brother peter's brains will all slowly degenerate from huntington's too but now they have hope. the treatment is called gene silencing. huntington's disease is the result of a corrupted gene that leads to the creation of a toxic protein which destroys the brain. a messenger carries the blueprint
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 7:00pm CET
in much the same way as the european counterpart to when that it's just london berlin a dreadful state similar attack. this was in many ways a good outcome for a terror attack four people injured none of them seriously we can imagine many new yorkers would be breathing a sigh of relief james how much of that has to do with the emergency responders and how much of it is just luck that this thing didn't go off or. well we don't have a full account from the officials about what happened but there's suggestion that the that the attack was a botched attack that. may have been a pipe bomb only destinated partially not fully and perhaps it's not entirely clear yet what. the individuals intentions but as a child but it wasn't meant to be a death and i think at that particular location so perhaps it is one of those cases where because of the low quality of the attack the lack of organized asian between for example which you have a group possibly i fired that pack their ability to transmit information to an individual who's capable of building a bomb correctly and i think detonating at the
RT
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm EST
clear that one of our guests lisa mackenzie as a research fellow at the london school of economics is also an activist for the anarchist group class war and finally r.t. host as she returns the a mix guys are accused of being too critical of the authorities or covering the ground for tower tragedy as well as of indulging in conspiracy theories grenfell tower fire took place in june this year it claimed the lives of seventy one people the building of being on fire for sixty hours before it was extinguished a tragedy sparked widespread outrage in pretty society with many angry perceived failings by the local authorities earlier we spoke to r.t. sputnik host former british m.p. george galloway he called the article and piracy. the very idea of the disaster in which seventy one at least seventy one poor people men women and children were burned to death as a result of the failure of the landlord which is the richest bar in england the royal bara of kensington and chelsea failing to make proper safety provision for them and cladding they are building in austin i'm not making that up the cl
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 8:32pm +03
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Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 8:00pm +03
from the country. alone citizen this is al jazeera live from london also coming up thousands and lebanon answer a call to protest against the u.s. decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. panic in new york after a man detonate an explosive device in the subway at the height of the morning rush hour supporters of ukrainian politician mikhail saakashvili clashed with police as he appears in court accused of trying to topple the government. russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of his troops from syria he made the announcement in syria during a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies that took in three countries in a day the first stop on kurds is. day trip will visit today come my men russian in syria where he met president bashar al assad in them flew on to cairo for talks with president. if doubling back and heading north to ankara for meeting with take this time. and just type as will. at a military base in western syria a visit by vladimir putin it's the first time the russian president goes to syria since the start of the war ne
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm GMT
this evening? it was london stansted airport. they tweeted that the flight had airport. they tweeted that the flight had been cancelled. we saw there. we managed to get through to a lady from ryanair after about 20 calls last night. she rebooked us onto this flight. it is a bit convoluted. what other conditions like at the airport? it is ok. it was a bit of a trek today. it has been cold and raining all day. there's not much to do when it is like that. it is a bit of a buzz kill from the whole trip. but we are at the airport super early just hoping we can get a flight home.“ there a chance that you would get on your flight tonight? —— will not get. we will not find out who we get to the gate. they have been overbooked but we are hopeful we should be able to board.|j overbooked but we are hopeful we should be able to board. i do not wa nt to should be able to board. i do not want to be pessimistic, but do you have any plans in case it doesn't work out? exactly the same as today, get a hotel across the road, wake up, waitfor get a hotel across the road, wake up, wait for another
RT
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm EST
we should have made clear that one of our guests lisa mackenzie is research fellow at the london school of economics is also an activist for the anarchist group class war and finally r.t. hopes as she returns in max kaiser they're accused of being too critical of the authorities while covering the grenfell tower tragedy as well as of indulging in conspiracy theories. the grenfell tower fire took place in june this year. to claim the lines of seventy one people the building had been on fire for sixteen hours till it was extinguished the tragedy spot widespread outrage in british society many people were angry perceived failings by the local authorities. and i can speak now to r.t. host and she returns is so much to talk about here are you one of those people who was criticized first of all i don't know how r.t. could incite a class war as a class war did you hear about it it was from watching r.t. doesn't make much sense does it and also you're accused of being too critical of the authorities can somebody be too critical of our thirty's what do you think about the times comments.
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm EST
substantially seen in london and elsewhere in spain had been pulled off to anywhere near the success here. always a possibility. had we brace for that? >> it's just really hard to do. the fact is that when you are in the city, and especially everybody wearing how the clothing, and people look out and see anything unusual. you know i never sugarcoated, this unfortunately is not going to be the last one and hopefully they will be as incompetent as this guy and we are as good at it it's overseas, the world by jihads would be a huge target in new york. we only have to be right once. neil: you are right about that. a lot we still don't know about this guy anyway might've been in contact with. do you think he was this proverbial mumble for that he had help? what do you think? >> too early to tell, but based on what i've heard, it seems like he probably used, probably has like he does, but it does not sound like a group of individuals, but again right now the joint terrorist task force, fbi and n.y.p.d. are tearing this translates apart, talking to everybody he knew. getting as much informa
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm EST
by many muslim from london. -- naim athlon from london. januaryction to this contract? >> smooth calm sailing. three words and that pretty much sums up the 12 hours of trading. when we were looking at it, we were looking at the spread. we were looking at the value of the futures and the cash flows with the spot prices for bitcoin. the spread between the future and the spot and note it down to 150 coul. that tells us that traders are pretty much calm and as i've written in my article earlier, hedge funds failed to bring that big short that the markets were expecting. why? i think they are thinking that the price of the point hasn't reached its potential. that potential could be anywhere -- vonnie: ok, but who was expecting a massive short? naeem: before this futures market, the large number of hedge funds were pretty much thinking that the market was expecting these hedge funds were going to come and institute they s.ade -- big short trade the way that the circuit breakers were designed and when i was speaking to one of your colleagues last night, i said these circuit breakers are
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