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the who's the headline says our, the charge of a canadian genocide gets louder, is bore, unmarked graves of indigenous children are found in the country, bringing the total on the recently with thousands. it was a genocide. the whole point of the residential school was to take the indian out of the indian. as a highly infectious delta strain of covert plunges rushed into a new wave upon to make moscow makes proof of vaccination q r code mandatory to get into restaurants in cafes. in the capital put the system to the bind officially inside a coded free so i can get rid of the mask. so the culture was go full goal. my is academics brown,
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traditional french delicacies from i guess the cheeses, races risen. so it's, it's very sad. i think you can eat or whatever you want. it is not traces. it's looking for a problem that doesn't exist. ah, good morning. this is on teens international. greg, have you with us? there's been yet another gruesome discovery in canada, 182 unmarked graves have been located close to a former residential school in the province of british columbia. is small july 1st, celebrations for canada day marking the day when canada became a country i
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and we know that indigenous peoples still face racism, systemic discrimination, and unacceptable in just ah, you learn not trying. you just get hard. and yet you learn to shut down. ah, it was a genocide and you look at the whole point of the residential school was to take the indian out of the indian to get rid of our language, get rid of our culture and children died and it's being come. it's coming out now and, but my answer to that is, we are still here. we are practicing language. we practice our culture. so it did not kill us,
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but we are coming back. every 1st nation person is feeling the impact of the residential schools. i has my grandmother attended my grandfather attended thankfully my mother didn't have to attend, but she still feels the impacts on it. on a daily basis. reconciliation commission had 94 calls, the action that have not been actioned to date in the you know, many years ago. i'm hoping can, we'll take the initiative and start looking at those seriously. and, and then start working with 1st nations and just be, be there. we, we need them to be there has been growing anger among the countries indigenous community over the role of the catholic church in the countries for the simulation policy least 6 churches across western canada. a recently been badly damaged or destroyed to police the treating, the fires as suspicious and say could be arson. hello,
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morgan has more details. now this comes on the heels of a number of discoveries of unmarked graves, near the wretched residential schools operated by the roman catholic church where indigenous children were forced to attend this point. we can recall that there was back in may 751 bodies that were discovered unmarked, grave sites, and that was in the sketch. one there was another site on earth. dined with 215 bodies, the latest having a 182 unmarked graves. these are surrounding the residential schools. as details continue to emerge about what went on at these facilities and a lot of anger is rising. now there have been for roman catholic churches located in indigenous areas of british columbia that have recently been burned. there have been some other church burnings in other parts of the country as anger is clearly rising as revelations about these residential schools for indigenous children. continue to surface. ah
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ah, we now have the prime minister of canada coming forward and calling on the roman catholic church to take responsibility for the horrendous things that are being revealed. certainly an ugly chapter and candidates, history. indigenous counselor and former residential school students, cynthia visual lay, told us about her work. identifying unmarked grades, re started work on our unmarked grade in 2018. at that time we uncovered, identified, heard the 5 of them, which means we didn't do our whole area. we only did a portion of it. so we expect that there will be more in our areas to really project that we have to identify the grade. but our elders cried our people have
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cry and we need to know where all these children are very, i'm expecting generation residential school suited to. i attended in the 80 myself . we couldn't follow our own religions. we couldn't speak our language, we couldn't do our traditional ceremonies or you would be beaten, you would be beaten or thrown in jail. and that's where i come from. and i think every 1st person would say that that wasn't right. and how many of us died because of birth, dental, you know, russian authority, say the country is in the group of a fresh wave of the pandemic. with the highly contagious delta strain of co dominating you. infections, countries, caseload has more than doubled over the course of june peaking at $21000.00 daily infections on wednesday. on the same day, the capital moscow registered 6000 and it is now imposed
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a system of q all codes to full fully vaccinated people that are required to enter certain establishments on these constantine risk of tested his out for us. this is my q r code, something party goers now can't live without in moscow since this has become one of the only way to get into a restaurant or bar here. so i decided to investigate how the system works and whether it actually does it all. so let's now go to a couple of places here together. we started off with one of the most popular place in my neighborhood. it usually has lots of customers all day long. i also brought my son along. he hasn't been vaccinated and he hasn't had cobra. so he doesn't have a q r code. so we're going to be, this is going to be a problem. there was a line outside find out what's going on. so i think i got a little bit of work in new york. what
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hold on for them? well, it turned out my local fast food restaurant was serving takeaway orders only, no indoor dining, was allowed regardless of vaccination status. when you go, when you pick out the family and you said a berkeley, not every restaurant in moscow was able to organize q r code scanning in time. anyway, there was another place across the street. we decided to check out. i was more than a minor for them this time this staff did have the necessary equipment, which is just a regular smartphone by the way. but there's something weird happened. mike, you are code didn't work. the i had to go
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to a government website, download the q r code again, and it finally worked. but then something else came up. in moscow, you need to show your vaccination certificate along with an id. i had a desperate on me, but my wife had only a drivers license. even though having a passport is not a rule. we were denied indoors service. they only let us sit outside on a terrace. bottom line is that we were denied to dining at the 2nd place this morning. so i'm going to keep looking for the right spot. and finally, we managed to get through the at this turkish restaurant, everything went on without a hitch. they also let our 8 year old unvaccinated kid in as we were told young children are allowed inside if their parents have valid q r code that's visually inside a free zone. and i can't get rid of the mask. yes,
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once you're inside your back to the free coven era, no masks or social distance are required. as you can see, re did there to, i think that we are the only customers at the moment. i don't, there are 2 more people out there. but otherwise, it's pretty empty for vaccinated customers. the immediate benefits are quite obvious. now there are always plenty of tables available and you can enjoy waiters this undivided attention for reference owners though things might not look as if it was the fact that this system has been introduced across moscow. so people accept it, they come prepared and even say that they have a cure code straight away. but at the same time it's summer now and they still prefer to relax on the veranda. the fact that we have some are verandas helps. of course, guests without cure code can see there, but it's too early to talk about how many customers we've lost because of this
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policy. we have to wait and see what it shows up on the. so this is apparently something both citizens and restaurants will have to become used to least wild cove . it is still raging. and even though a couple of months ago, people were extremely skeptical about getting the job. in the past couple of weeks, moscow authorities received more than 80000 vaccination request a de fuel the hopes that one day moscow will eventually escape from cove its loss. custody raska r t from moscow with a delta strain of cov, it is spread to more than 90 countries in france that accounts for 20 percent of new cases, while in the case almost 100 percent. we spoke to dave in the bar of the world health organization, special envoy and cobit about how to manage the risk of the heart. we call b 100 percent. certain the vaccine use that we have at the moment will protect us
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against all possible versions of this virus. so therefore, we should be accepting the vaccines will reduce our risk of getting covered quite nicely, actually box. they're not going to guarantee. and therefore, what we're saying is huge vaccines as part of your control effort. but also why not just keep going with the physical distances, the one me to row? why not keep going with ma squaring? why not keep going with really good hygiene? why not keep going with isolation when you're sick? why not keep going with protecting elderly people and those who got other diseases, particularly with the vaccines because they are really good protected? if there is the perception conveyed to the population of any country,
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that basically we're all going to say we're going to break 3, break free and we're not going to be troubled by the virus. and there's no turning back. it's a bit of a hostage to fortune. just suppose these fires takes advantage of the freedom day and really spreads an awful lot and you end up with their situation of a lot of sickness and considerable debt plus distress. and if somebody is running a hotel or running an airline, no running an airport or running a festival, if they can have quick tests at the entrance and then quick daily checkups with test again for participants go, it would make such a difference. so yes, i'm super keen on frequent, reliable, inexpensive tax it just to them talks any regret and it doesn't exist.
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almost go, authorities are encouraging citizens to get a knock. elated walked on countries in the grip of the pan demik are struggling just to access vaccines at all. they, to this, out of the head of the red cross in moscow, tells us about the charities mission to get russia splitting the job to complex. when it comes to crazy and each nation and culture both the same, but academics have single down the french for indulging in foods that are supposedly racist. and it's left a bad taste in the bows of goal, bass and chefs. so the dubious explains, i get, why fi, so she's a perfect ingredient for a french reconnect. be careful traveling down on these as i could see labels as a racist, condoning white privilege. french food ways are shaped by white, middle, and upper class norms. why christian norms are considered default, much like whiteness itself is often construed as a neutral non racial identity. i. 2 mean about
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why a seminar presenting to region and go all one you thought that france was a country with a diverse range of food given the soils is cheeses. it's meats of all kinds. it's cauliflower from brittany and it's melanie from terrace gone. well, no. your kitchen is to blame, and tonight you have to bend in the, in your kitchen, rip off your apron and beat yourself with a whip. i love france is the country that welcomes me as a young refugee 40 years ago. i love it, cassim, if he, sir, it's literature and i'm sorry to read. see, and hear such nonsense. it's hard to imagine how food like the humble class or even the forget could be consumed as races. but then what do i know? why racist, what is the link between? i do not see the link between races, amanda and the food. we me,
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it is not racist in france, drug costs since justice. there are customs in margaret and all countries. they're different and it's normal. it's french culture. i don't understand where the problem if you're on this food is eaten by black people. white people were chinese indians. italians is the same for everyone. isn't this logic? i could call you a races because your shirt is blue and i have blue eyes. it's looking for a problem that doesn't exist. meanwhile, feel university which was the seminar, has also st criticism for allowing it to pay late. the racialist of the ball invents would whiteness french cuisine is said to be racist and contribute to white supremacy. but what is stopping us from cutting all subsidies to this researchers to ensure that our traditions are respected. i'm sorry to hear that this school i graduated from, which was once open and excellent. now teaches nativist racialist and totally delusional theories. university has self proven coaching. coleman,
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it's not the 1st time that discussions around the food course traverse the last day for us is inferior minutes admitted to russia, who has been shocked to walk into a supermarket and see. and i live foods for one community. in my opinion, does how que minutes you start to form it simply calling on ceos to understand that they can contribute to public peace. and the fight against prism not just in front of the issue is giving people plenty. she comes from appropriation of food. even threaten big thing for me to be raised quite to including whether eating for food could do should be on the cultural appropriation list. whether any of us can find out being branded
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racist. but simply getting chinese indian was from my point of view it's, it's very sad because, well, what is the best thing about chill, chill appropriation anyway? it means that you have like the sense of another culture from i think we can eat or whatever you want. it's our choice. if we like foreign food, no one can stop us from eating it. it's all come from the most of the time when we go to a chinese or japanese restaurant, way even served by people from those countries. it's normal, especially in the multicultural society. we must be open to all types of cultures. i think that if it is done with respect, there should be no problem with our team or news coming up after the break. oh, i use
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when i would show the wrong. why don't i just don't the rules. yes to see out. the thing becomes the attitude and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves, well, the part we choose to look for common ground in the ah,
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me ah risky work is in miami, have recovered 18 bodies including 2 children from the size of a collapse residential building. 147 people are still missing. the champlain towers, south complex came down on thursday of last week. physic, growing more buildings in the area might be compromised. the search and rescue operation continues around the clock that may be hampered by a tropical storm that is approaching from the atlantic. fire that broke out under the rubble also slowed. initial rescue acids engineers raised the alarm 3 years ago about major structural damage at the apartment block, recommending master repairs to carry down. i think john, how the hospital there been a number of red flags and a number of warning signs. and what we're hearing is certainly, you know,
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the earl is structural deficiency struggling structural degradation, including some of the supporting columns in the foundation of the building. the champlain towers and south building behind me that were basically cracking that were essentially disintegrating that were corroding because of the salt air. and just over time, this building was built in 1981. and since then, specifically, as noted by the structural engineers report in 2018, there are a number of concerning problems. the question is, why weren't they taken care of? there was a 40 a re certification process that was underway. there was roof repair work that was underway and the price tag for all of these things was in excess of $1516000000.00 . so you know, a big question mark there as this investigation continues. it's really in its infancy, the beginning stages, along with the ongoing investigation and what causes collapse. of course, as you can imagine, investigate or structural engineers inspectors are pouring over all the other buildings in this area, including the other champlain towers, champlain towers,
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east, and champlain towers north. now, earlier we did go over in that area, please see have a, a lot of the area court enough, but i spoke with several residents, including one resident who wanted to talk off camera. he's a resident champlain towers, east. it was built in 1994 and he said at least quite close to a dozen engineers and inspectors have been there throughout the last week. he said they've been given a big, quote unquote, thumbs up that he sees no reason to leave. others have voluntarily left, they're staying with family friends or been put up by various charitable organization. so, you know, these buildings are being looked at very closely. obviously the rules, the regulations and certainly the pass inspections of this building are all coming into play at this point. just to give you an idea, i'm not sure if we can see this, but maybe andres can push. and so what you're seeing is the front portion of the champlain towers of south parts, the parts the didn't collapse on the other side for the cranes or that's where a pancake the 12 stories. but to show you how quickly people were rescued,
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literally, author balconies. some of those balcony doors remain open. that's been the case now over the past week. and when the storms come through, it's been the case just about every day. and you can see the blinds basically blowing in the way. and so certainly the search effort does continue. the governor said, no one is going to be left behind, but obviously as a decimal increases. it is certainly a grim reminder of the catastrophe that occurred here. now, a week ago, the surveillance toweling told is why structural engineers may sometimes be hesitant. highlight problems with buildings was one of the programs here with the american system. people are always fearful guy from the engineers carrying out a want to value all the properties, traits with a declaration the property may need to actually pay for should be can to rates and work to be carried out because they would face a cloth section. no doubt,
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my personal feeling is a lot of the structures from the fifty's. $1679.00 is towards the end of their life. particularly with concrete in america. you know, he would have saved the lives of the people to be moved to house. the red cross says that it's willing to deliver supplies of rushes. sputnik v, jump to conflict zones around the world. that's contingent on the approval of local authorities, says the charities president, there are some 35 conflict zones around the world where the red cross is strengthening the health systems by working with governments to combat the pandemic . of course, we're exploring the possibility of supplying those regions with vaccines. we will deliver sputnik v or any other vaccine approved by the authorities in a specific context if they're available. as estimated that in conflict heads, low income countries, 9 out of 10 people are unlikely to get a shot this year,
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while highest conflict right regions might not reach mass vaccination until 2023. monetary and organizations have recently been highlighting the problem of global vaccine inequality. an issue we discuss with the head of the red cross regional delegation in moscow. i says he is in gauging with many states to ensure and support what we call equitable access to vaccine. what we do is bringing into the attention of those decision makers, or the ones who are drawing up national immunization programs to include everybody in this. the recognition programs as a organization working mostly in conflict affected songs we are discussing with our partners and government ensuring the access to people, particularly in the complex patients in those people living in areas particularly
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difficult to reach. there is a global, seemingly shortage to that accent. what we hear a lot about nations trying to hold directions, of course, giving the prior to for the nation, how to score the completion data in charge of responsible for i can share with you that the already in more than 10 countries will colleagues, i've been involved in national reaction or supporting the national vaccination pro programs in ensuring the delivery of actions to those most that ticket and most vulnerable people. 6 years behind bars. last sentence, this been handed down to a woman in the netherlands who was charged with spreading islamic state propaganda . the 32 year old whose identity is not being revealed dish to be today. large
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amount of the terror groups propaganda. the telegraph messaging up in 2019 among the crimes. the court found she incited people to commit terrorist attacks and trained herself and others to make bomb. the sentence is double. prosecutors have been demanding just seem to be far too low, offended, and also have to receive compulsory psychological treatment. the woman also shed 2 videos in which prisoners of war were brutally murdered. she's provided one of those figures with our own humiliating commentary. by doing so, she abused the personal dignity of the deceased people, and that is a war crime. thanks, david lo, a senior research fellow leaves beckett, university law school who specializes in terrorism and security studies. explain the ways i sort of gets this message across to people possi. there was the inside of chaos and socks, but there's encouragement to make him devise explosive devices which with the
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suicide best, as well as encouragement to finance. i think the court looked at those 3 serious as you just want to. and so from the 3, i think that's what resulted in doubling the sentence the prosecutors wanted. i think if you look at slide guy, so really that group in particular has been the most successful in it's how, how is being able to use multi media from social media, its own websites, its own production of videos. it's all production of online magazine. how it communicated, i certainly impacted all the terrorist organizations or not just those room is based like so the way to do is obviously, you know, like for this offensive is on telegram. you've seen go into more deeply encrypted sites on that. but you know, it's a hard thing to stop it altogether. while i think states can do counter that. nodes have come out with another count and narrative that they come out with. and i think
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that's the best way forward katie, today, i'll be back with more in half an hour. mm . you know, probably get out of my back when i was like i was lucky you lucky. but i got your so you'll have a lost his bus because i just got any problem. you just got to go video. we will be on monday. my cell, my daughter so it says, you know, put it with you or not so much barbara, not almost what i'm already whatever, sped up. i really, me just go out and me. i remember the last thing when i went up and i
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really just don't get on to the dentist to handle that. i'm one of this, but i would like obviously this is what it is on. wheels came up on my side and we can go to kind of home i just spoke with him and he thought of the thing i was calling with you and your team, samantha katie. yeah, my thought aloud problem. we just gotta go, you know, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have is crazy for taishan, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. developments only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very political time. time to sit down and talk pairing and found introducing and found to to a family when a new.


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