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[Homework]NPR 2019-09-30

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Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jim Howard.

The House of Representatives is stepping up its impeachment inquiry this week for the closed-door meeting of the House Intelligence Committee. At the center of the investigation are communications between President Trump and the leader of Ukraine and a whistleblower's charge that Trump asked Ukraine for helping investigating the son of a political rival Joe Biden. The President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani told ABC this week the impeachment inquiry is a strictly political exercise. Defending my client the best way I know how. This is not about getting Joe Biden in trouble. This is about proving that Donald Trump was framed. Michael Atkinson, Inspector General for the Intelligence Committee, will testify in the closed session on Friday.

Austria's youngest-ever Chancellor is poised to reclaim his job after partial results in today's parliamentary election. Voters appeared to have handed his Conservatory Party its biggest victory in years. Joanna Kakissis reports that the party did well despite a scandal involving its far-right coalition partner which brought down the government in May. The cheering crowd greeted 33-year-old Sebastian Kurz when when projection showed his Conservative People's Party winning 37 percent of votes. 'It's been a difficult 4 months,' Kurz said, 'but today the people have chosen us again.' Kurz's previous government came crashing down in May because of a video sting scandal involving his former coalition partner the far-right Freedom Party. In the video, former party leader and Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache appealed to the woman posing as a rich Russian with ties at the Kremlin. He offered her government contracts in exchange for party support. The Freedom Party lost 10 percent of its voters in this election. For NPR News, I'm Joanna Kakissis.

The European Union may start cutting funding to countries that violate the bloc's principles. Teri Schultz reports the new mechanism could affect the large sums Brussels sends each year to help Hungry and Poland, both of which are clashing with the EU over some of their governments' policies. This idea has been debated in Brussels for years that countries breaching EU ideals such as the integrity of their judiciary or freedom of the press should receive less money from the center of EU budget and more democratic counterparts. Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne currently heading the bloc's six-month rotating presidency says he expects all EU governments to approve what would become an annual vetting procedure. ' Rinne tells Finnish Radio he's optimistic the measure will be approved in connection with current budget negotiations.' Hungry and Poland are already facing infringement proceedings for repeatedly violating the EU's founding values. They also are two of the highest net recipients of EU funds. For NPR News, I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels.

In a separate matter, Britain's Trade Minister is predicting the UK will get a trade deal with the European Union but she says negotiations will go to the wire. This is NPR.

Hundreds of people are lining up in Paris to pay tribute to former French president Jacques Chirac who died Thursday. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports Monday will be a national day of mourning across France. Les Invalides where Chirac's body is lying and stayed will stay open all night to accommodate the crowds coming to sign the condolence book and see his flag-draped casket. On Monday, there will be a ceremony attended by president Emmanuel Macron and around 30 formal and current heads of state including Russian president Vladimir Putin. Chirac who served as president from 1995 to 2007 is especially being remembered for his sense of humor and love of regular people. In 2003, France vigorously opposed America's invasion of Iraq. Chirac said a friend should be able to tell another friend when he is making a mistake. French Jews are also remembering Chirac for being the first leader to recognize the country's responsibility in deporting Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News, Paris.

Pope Francis celebrated a special Mass today in St Peter’s Square to mark World Day for Migrants and Refugees. The Pope called for compassion towards the world's poor and outsiders. He also criticized what he says is the indifference to the global migration and refugee crisis. During the Mass, Francis unveiled a bronze statue depicting migrants cramped into a small boat.

In baseball, The St. Louis Cardinals have clinched the National League Central Division. The second place Milwaukee Brewers will play the Washington Nationals Tuesday night in the National League wild-card game headed into the World Series.

I'm Jim Howard. NPR News in Washington.


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Live from NPR News in Washington. I'm Jim Howard.

The House of Representatives is stepping up its impeachment inquiry this week for the closed-door meeting of the House Intelligence Committee. At the center of the investigation are communications between President Trump and the leader of Ukraine and a whistleblower's charge that Trump asked Ukraine for helping investigating the son of a political rival Joe Biden. The President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani told ABC this week the impeachment inquiry is a strictly political exercise. Defending my client the best way I know how. This is not about getting Joe Biden in trouble. This is about proving that Donald Trump was framed. Michael Atkinson, Inspector General for the Intelligence Committee, will testify in the closed session on Friday.

Austria's youngest-ever Chancellor is poised to reclaim his job after partial results in today's parliamentary election. Voters appeared to have handed his Conservatory Party its biggest victory in years. Joanna Kakissis reports that the party did well despite a scandal involving its far-right coalition partner which brought down the government in May. The cheering crowd greeted 33-year-old Sebastian Kurz when projection showed his Conservative People's Party winning 37 per cent of votes. 'It's been a difficult 4 months,' Kurz said, 'but today the people have chosen us again.' Kurz's previous government came crashing down in May because of a video sting scandal involving his former coalition partner the far-right Freedom Party. In the video, former party leader and Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache appealed to the woman posing as a rich Russian with ties at the Kremlin. He offered her government contracts in exchange for party support. The Freedom Party lost 10 per cent of its voters in this election. For NPR News, I'm Joanna Kakissis.

The European Union may start cutting funding to countries that violate the bloc's principles. Teri Schultz reports the new mechanism could affect the large sums Brussels sends each year to help Hungry and Poland, both of which are clashing with the EU over some of their governments' policies. This idea has been debated in Brussels for years that countries breaching EU ideals such as the integrity of their judiciary or freedom of the press should receive less money from the central EU budget than more democratic counterparts. Finnish Prime Minister Antti Rinne currently heading the bloc's six-month rotating presidency says he expects all EU governments to approve what would become an annual vetting procedure. ' Rinne tells Finnish Radio he's optimistic the measure will be approved in connection with current budget negotiations.' Hungry and Poland are already facing infringement proceedings for repeatedly violating the EU's founding values. They also are two of the highest net recipients of EU funds. For NPR News, I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels.

In a separate matter, Britain's Trade Minister is predicting the UK will get a trade deal with the European Union but she says negotiations will go to the wire. This is NPR.

Hundreds of people are lining up in Paris to pay tribute to former French president Jacques Chirac who died Thursday. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports Monday will be a national day of mourning across France. Les Invalides where Chirac's body is lying and stayed will stay open all night to accommodate the crowds coming to sign the condolence book and see his flag-draped casket. On Monday, there will be a ceremony attended by President Emmanuel Macron and around 30 formal and current heads of state including Russian President Vladimir Putin. Chirac who served as president from 1995 to 2007 is especially being remembered for his sense of humor and love of regular people. In 2003, France vigorously opposed America's invasion of Iraq. Chirac said a friend should be able to tell another friend when he is making a mistake. French Jews are also remembering Chirac for being the first leader to recognize the country's responsibility in deporting Jews to Nazi death camps during World War II. Eleanor Beardsley, NPR News, Paris.

Pope Francis celebrated a special Mass today in St Peter’s Square to mark World Day for Migrants and Refugees. The Pope called for compassion towards the world's poor and outsiders. He also criticized what he says is the indifference to the global migration and refugee crisis. During the Mass, Francis unveiled a bronze statue depicting migrants crammed into a small boat.

In baseball, The St. Louis Cardinals have clinched the National League Central Division. The second-place Milwaukee Brewers will play the Washington Nationals Tuesday night in the National League wild-card game headed into the World Series.

I'm Jim Howard. NPR News in Washington.
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