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VOA 2018-01-29
01-31-2018, 09:10 PM
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VOA 2018-01-29




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When the United States grows, so does the world. As expected in * Switzerland president Donald Trump spoke about trade regulatory reform and strong economy while telling the United States is a good place to do business. The world is witnessing the resurgence of a strong and prosperous America. I'm here to deliver a simple message. There has never been a better time to hire, to build, to invest and to grow in the Untied States. * is the chief economist at the IAH as market consulting firm. I think the economy is doing very well, and as a result of that, more and more people have jobs and are getting reasonable income. But how much of that is because of Trump and how much of that is because what happened before. You know, that's a source of debate. Some of that is because of Mr. Trump and since that business is more optimistic with him. And therefore invest is spending more. Also in * president Trump dismissed New York Times and Washington Post stories and he wanna fired Special Council Robert * in June but back off when the White House Council threatened to resign rather than following the order. Fake news. Fake news. * New York Times fake stories. * is investigating allegations that Trump campaign colluded with Russia during the 2016 presidential election.
Kenya's opposition says it will sworn in * as president next week. Opposition leader had maintained that was * who won the 2017 presidential election over the declared winner *. * was named as the winner of the election in August but the Supreme Court overturned the results. Tuesday is the day *' so-called inauguration. Governor * has said that such event would be an act of treason.
The South Sudan government has reacted angrily to remarks made by US ambassador to the United Nations * in which she called the government an unfit partner to the UN. A South Sudanese foreign ministry official said on Friday that * threatened to undermine relations between the US and South Sudan. A woman told me about being gang raped. She told me about how the soldiers raped her baby out of her arms and thrown into fire. * winced about president *'s government as she addressed the UN security council on Wednesday. His government and his soldiers have caused the suffering of millions of South Sudanese people. To his credit, he didn't try to deny it. * also accuses president * of promoting three generals who she said let the slaughter of innocent South Sudanese women, children and the elderly people. She said the same generals who were sanctioned by the security council in 2015.
A fire described as South Korea's deadliest in about a decade, razed through a hospital on Friday, leaving at least 37 people dead. The death toll revised from nearly figure of 41 is still expected to rise. Three of the dead were medical staff according to officials, who also say many of the dead suffered smoke in*. At least 140 people were injured when the blaze broke out in the emergency room of * hospital in the Southeastern city of *. Officials say the six-story hospital was not equipped with the sprinter system as it was not required under the current law.
The UN refugee and migration agency say the bodies of at least 30 Somalis and Ethiopians were found drown this week of the * coast near Haiti. They were believed to have been traveling in the smuggler's boat. * reports for VOA from the agency's headquarters in Geneva. Survivors say the overcrowded boat was packed with 142 Somalis and Ethiopians heading for *. They tell the aid workers the boat capsized amid the reports of gunfire being used against the passengers. UN refugee spokesman * says it's not surprising that prolonged conflict such as Yemen would expose vulnerable refugees and migrants to human rights violations. Yemen is one of the most dangerous place in the world in the middle of terrible conflict, verge of famine, with cholera epidemic and so on. And yet, refugees and migrants continue to arrive. Eight agencies say the people are so poor that they resort to desperate measures. * for VOA news, Geneva.
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