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本帖最后由 保十洁有时开心 于 2021-3-2 16:01 编辑

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Live from NPR news I’m Jack Speer.

Nearly 4 million doses of a new corona virus vaccine are being shipped out across the nation this week, the single dose shot developed by Johnson & Johnson was authorized for emergency use over the weekend, will be the country’s third approved vaccine, NPR’s Rob Stan reports the stepped up effort comes as the number of new daily cases appears to be rising again.

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky says she is deeply concerned about the apparent reversal in progress in fighting the pandemic, the latest data shows that the seven day average of new infections has increased by 2% a day to more than 17,000 a day, deaths are also up by 2 % to nearly 2,000 deaths per day. Both trends stand in contrast to several weeks of rapid decline in new infections and deaths. Doctor Walensky says she’s alarmed that states are starting to do things like less mask mandates and restrictions on restaurants, when the virus is still infecting and killing so many people. Rob Stan NPR news.

Minnesota prosecutors have argued before a panel of judges to add another charge against the former police officer on charge for the killing of George Floyd. Minnesota public radio, Riham Feshir has more.

A jury found another officer guilty of third degree murder in 2019. And the Minnesota court of appeals upheld the conviction last month, now prosecutors want to reinstate third degree murder against Derek Chauvin, citing the appellate court’s decision as precedent, however Chauvin’s defense attorney argued that the appellate court’s decision is not final because it has not gone to the state supreme court. Chauvin faced a second degree murder and manslaughter charges for the killing of George Floyd, a decision on whether to add that third degree charge could change the time line of the trial, which is set to begin next week. For NPR news I’m Riham Feshir.

The European Union is expected to slap sanctions on 4 high ranking Russia officials for their roles in the arrestment and imprisonment of Kremlin opponents Alexei Navalny. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels it will be the first time the block is using a new mechanism for punishing human righter abuses.

The officials are expected to be barred from entering the European Union and having any assets in the block frozen due to their involvement in arresting and imprisoning opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The EU has already put sanctions on 6 other individuals for their alleged connections to the use of the banned chemical weapon used to poison Navalny last year.
Reporter Teri Schultz.

New York Attorney General Letitia James says she’s moving forward to an investigation to sexual harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo after receiving a letter from his office authorizing her take charge of the probe. Once the investigation is finished the file will be disclosed in the public report, the governor said some of his behavior with women may have been insensitive and too personal but he denied harassing anyone.

US financial market gained ground today the Dow was up 603 points, you are listening to NPR.

A father and son from the US were accused of helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn escaped from Japanese custody in a shipping box are now themselves in custody. One of Michael and Peter Taylor’s attorneys said US officials handed the pair over to Japanese custody today, the two men have fought for months to remain in the US but failed to persuade US officials on the courts to block their extradition. Japanese authorities want to trial the pair in charge that they helped to smuggle Ghosn out of the country.

Germany France and UK are arguing the UN nuclear watch dog agency should call on Iran to get back in compliance with a 2015 nuclear agreement. NPR’s Peter Kenyon reports Tehran and Russia are warning that any anti Iran resolution would be a mistake.

This week’s meeting at the board of governors of the IAEA, the international atomic energy agency, comes against the backdrop of tensions between Iran and the west over its breaches to the nuclear agreement. Those violations including restrictions on what IAEA inspectors can see when it comes to Iran’s nuclear sites, are raising serious concerns according to a draft resolution being circulated by the European signatories. Iran says the US must first return to the agreement and lift all the sanctions former President Trump imposed in 2018. The Biden administration is calling on Iran to come back into compliance first. Peter Kenyon NPR news Istanbul.

Heavy rainfall in Kentucky Tennessee and West Virginia is leading to water rescues, mud slides road closures and power outages. Kentucky governor Andy Beshear today declaring a state of emergency due to heavy rainfall, some school systems also were canceled or delayed classes thousands were without power because of the heavy rain.

I’m Jack Speer, NPR news.
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Live from NPR news I’m Jack Speer.

Nearly 4 million doses of a new corona virus vaccine are being shipped out across the nation this week, the single dose shot developed by Johnson & Johnson was authorized for emergency use over the weekend, will be the country’s third approved vaccine, NPR’s Rob Stan reports the stepped up effort comes as the number of new daily cases appears to be rising again.

CDC Director Rochelle Walensky says she is deeply concerned about the apparent reversal in progress in fighting the pandemic, the latest data shows that the seven day average of new infections has increased by 2% a day to more than 17,000 a day, deaths are also up by 2 % to nearly 2,000 deaths per day. Both trends stand in contrast to several weeks of rapid decline in new infections and deaths. Doctor Walensky says she’s alarmed that states are starting to do things like less mask mandates and restrictions on restaurants, when the virus is still infecting and killing so many people. Rob Stan NPR news.

Minnesota prosecutors have argued before a panel of judges to add another charge against the former police officer on charge for the killing of George Floyd. Minnesota public radio, Riham Feshir has more.

A jury found another officer guilty of third degree murder in 2019. And the Minnesota court of appeals upheld the conviction last month, now prosecutors want to reinstate third degree murder against Derek Chauvin, citing the appellate court’s decision as precedent, however Chauvin’s defense attorney argued that the appellate court’s decision is not final because it has not gone to the state supreme court. Chauvin faced a second degree murder and manslaughter charges for the killing of George Floyd, a decision on whether to add that third degree charge could change the time line of the trial, which is set to begin next week. For NPR news I’m Riham Feshir.

The European Union is expected to slap sanctions on 4 high ranking Russia officials for their roles in the arrestment and imprisonment of Kremlin opponents Alexei Navalny. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels it will be the first time the bloc is using a new mechanism for punishing human righter abuses.

The officials are expected to be barred from entering the European Union and having any assets in the block frozen due to their involvement in arresting and imprisoning opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The EU has already put sanctions on 6 other individuals for their alleged connections to the use of the banned chemical weapon used to poison Navalny last year.
Reporter Teri Schultz.

New York Attorney General Letitia James says she’s moving forward to an investigation to sexual harassment allegations against Governor Andrew Cuomo after receiving a letter from his office authorizing her take charge of the probe. Once the investigation is finished,  the find will be disclosed in the public report. The governor said some of his behavior with women may have been insensitive and too personal but he denied harassing anyone.

US financial market gained ground today the Dow was up 603 points, you are listening to NPR.

A father and son from the US were accused of helping former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn escape from Japanese custody in a shipping box are now themselves in custody. One of Michael and Peter Taylor’s attorneys said US officials handed the pair over to Japanese custody today, the two men have fought for months to remain in the US but failed to persuade US officials on the courts to block their extradition. Japanese authorities want to try the pair in charge that they helped to smuggle Ghosn out of the country.

Germany France and UK are arguing the UN nuclear watch dog agency should call on Iran to get back in compliance with a 2015 nuclear agreement. NPR’s Peter Kenyon reports Tehran and Russia are warning that any anti Iran resolution would be a mistake.

This week’s meeting at the board of governors of the IAEA, the international atomic energy agency, comes against the backdrop of tensions between Iran and the west over its breaches to the nuclear agreement. Those violations including restrictions on what IAEA inspectors can see when it comes to Iran’s nuclear sites, are raising serious concerns according to a draft resolution being circulated by the European signatories. Iran says the US must first return to the agreement and lift all the sanctions former President Trump imposed in 2018. The Biden administration is calling on Iran to come back into compliance first. Peter Kenyon NPR news Istanbul.

Heavy rainfall in Kentucky Tennessee and West Virginia is leading to water rescues, mud slides road closures and power outages. Kentucky governor Andy Beshear today declaring a state of emergency due to heavy rainfall, some school systems also were canceled or delayed classes thousands were without power because of the heavy rain.

I’m Jack Speer, NPR news.
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