অ্যাকসেসিবিলিটি লিংক

Rohingya Broadcast


Rohingya Broadcast
please wait

No media source currently available

0:00 0:29:59 0:00

Rohingya Broadcast Rohingya “Lifeline” radio - Monday, August 17, 2020 MC & News: Sami Ahmed, Hamid Hussain & Mohammed Hussain \\arsenic\netexchange$\Bangla\MP3 ROH Lifeline 08172020 1130 UTC Intro Today: Monday, August 17, 2020 7:30 a.m. (Washington, D.C., USA) News Headlines Duration: 6 minutes · Three rejected Rohingya candidates to appeal to the state commission · Myanmar Election Commission allowed PACE to observe the election · HRW urges to amend state broadcaster roles and regulations by Myanmar Election Commission · Trump says he probably would not participate in Putin Iran summit · UAE summons Iranian diplomat over 'unacceptable' Rouhani speech: WAM · Israel says it expects Bahrain and Oman to follow UAE in formalizing ties Shortwave: 31-meter band, 9350 kHz; 25-meter band, 11700 kHz and 12030 kHz Medium wave (AM): 1575 kHz Report: VOA News Related item code: 9-P Duration: 6:30 minutes Translator: Mohammed Idris Abdullah (Cox’s Bazar) Topic: Japanese Travelers Try Virtual Vacations (with actualities) Sources: https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/japanese-travelers-try-virtual-vacations/5540936.html Summary: Japanese businessman Katsuo Inoue chose Italy for his summer vacation this year. He enjoyed the views of Florence and Rome - without ever leaving Tokyo. Inoue and his wife “flew” to Italy on First Airlines, a company known for entertainment, not transportation. The Tokyo-based company entered the growing virtual reality market, as people face travel restrictions because of COVID-19. “I often go overseas on business, but I haven’t been to Italy,” Inoue told the Reuters news agency. “My impression was rather good because I got a sense of actually seeing things there.” The “passengers” on First Airlines sit in the first- or business-class areas of a fake airplane. They are even shown a safety demonstration and given a life vest and oxygen mask. Workers serve meals and drinks as large screens show passing clouds and other views outside the airplane. The “travelers” then receive virtual reality eye wear that provides immersive tours of places like Paris, New York, Hawaii and Rome and other Italian cities. Japan has recorded over 50,000 coronavirus infections and just over 1,000 deaths. Those numbers come from the Japanese public broadcaster NHK. A second wave of infections starting in July has stopped most travel in and out the country. The country’s biggest airline, ANA Holdings, said the numbers of passengers flying to foreign countries fell by 96 percent in June. And the International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicted last month that it would take until the year 2024 for international travel to recover. But First Airlines says business has increased by 50 percent since the start of the coronavirus restrictions. Its president, Hiroaki Abe, said, “We get some customers who normally travel to Hawaii every year and they can experience some of that here.” Report: Sabera Begum (Cox’s Bazar) Related item code: 9-P Duration: 6:24 minutes Topic: The real-life story of Ambiya Khatun, who fled to Bangladesh on August 25, 2017 to save her family's life. Translation Summary: Ambiya Khatun (35) is lives in Camp # 27, Block # C, Jadimura, Teknaf, Cox’s Bazar. She was a resident of Shidda Para, Maungdaw, Myanmar. She came to Bangladesh in 2017 following the genocide by Myanmar government. Mrs. Khatun said her husband Abul Hossain died during Myanmar genocide in 2017; she fled to Bangladesh on August 25, 2017 to save her family's life. Whenthey were trying to flee to Bangladesh, halfway through they took refuge in a house in the village and her husband went out to find a way to come to Bangladesh, but he never came back. Later it was heard that her husband was killed and she did not even see her dead husband anymore. She then fled to Bangladesh with the children with the help of villagers. She wants justice and wants to return to her h

খন্ড

সবকটি খন্ড দেখুন
XS
SM
MD
LG