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the news the taliban celebrates sweeping gains across afghanistan, including another border crossing. the us president confirms that america will be out of the country by the end of next month, leaving it to send for itself. you know, mission accomplished the right and the responsibility that can people alone to decide their future and how they want to run their country while as refugees continues to flee, the country that can you life in europe, the brutal rape and murder, a 13 year old girl in austria, the hands of an african migrant, again post issue than the gratian back in the spotlight. so to haitian americans are among suspects in connection with the brutal murder of the haitian president on wednesday.
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i good evening and thanks for joining us. so naughty international. we begin this hour enough again. this time with the taliban has been making further territorial gains is fighting with films celebrating the militants latest land grub. the the jubilation is over the capture, the border crossing with iran. the days on social media purportedly show taliban militants taking down the gun, flying from the local customs office in the past week. the group is also taking crossings that leads to jesus dun and his becky stem. in the meantime, us troops that have been in the country for 20 years packing their bags sto, biden has defended, sending them home while leaving the country to face for himself called the
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strongest taliban for 20 years. the us president says this simply nothing more for washington. to do now, mission accomplish commission was accomplished in that we get to scott, some have been widened in terrorism is not emanating from that part a little. we cheve those objectives. that's why we, when we did not go to afghanistan to nation bill, and it's the right and the responsibility of afghan people alone to decide their future and how they want to run their country. and here's what i found this town looks like now in terms of who controls what taliban areas in red covered, estimated half of the country. the group itself claims to be in control of 85 percent areas. mountain yellow are contested with the pockets of green showing where the government hold sway with the president saying, america is achieved. his object is in the country. critics decry the price that has been paid me.
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oh, i a, i the, the me, the afghans have been seen selling, plundered us goods after looters ransacked. what was americans may military base in bagram, us troops slipped out of the field in the dead of night without no defined local
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forces. according to afghan officials, depending on the denies, not saying the ask, military was well informed ahead of their withdraw. nevertheless, locals living and working the by all worried about what might lie ahead, calling them. they've got everyone who's worried about how long been since i will continue to market people that work the probably affected businesses collages because there is no stability before. when the u. s. didn't trans withdraw, things were stable with instability is increased since the last. i mean, i'm very clear, yes. have contracts with market owners here and we used to purchase from them withdraw or we can buy any goods because there are transportation, provost of the british troops have also now wrapped their mission in ghana. stan, according to the u. k. prime minister, most of them have already left the country. a fact riled some of his own and pace. speaking the house of commons, tom to good hearts, began his statement by recalling how he 1st met another and pay on the battle
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ground. this is an enormously personal issue for me. i didn't meet the honorable member for bonds, the central here or in any of the clubs, the think tanks around westmount. so i met him about 20 miles to the west of gums here in the desert. as we were fighting side by side against the enemy, he's just lifted. and the achievements that he has listed were won with the blood of my friends. i can point him to the grave where they now lay. because that legacy is now one that is in real doubt, we know it, and we know that is not just his decision. we know that the u. s. decision to withdraw forces was fundamental here. but he can, he explained to me, how does britain's foreign policy work in a country like african it's done. if persistence isn't persistent, if endurance doesn't endure, then how can people trust us as an ally?
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how can people look at us as a friend? we spoke to a former royal air force. pilots who flew of rough gown is done and he shared his thoughts on the withdrawal. and indeed on the entire mission. on the one hand, ethically it's right for us going to determine its own picture that will happen. it's just the future may well be particularly unstable. brucell takes us back to the medieval period of time without the democratic will or the democratic infrastructure being in place. the ask and security forces were established to create it. and i think to be realistic, we need to wait and see what the future holds for. there's tom to have correctly said, we've had 20 years, 20 years with trillions of dollars trying to this campaign. and to achieve what we've achieved in 20 years, which is unclear. as a military guy myself,
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i somewhat ashamed of that outcome. so shame. so in less than a week's time, the u. s. military operation comes to that and enough get this done away. the future plays out. it will affect lives both inside and outside the country. according to recent estimates, the exodus of african refugees is on the rise. the number is closing in on 3000000, putting an incredible strain on countries forced to cope with the new comers. germany, france, romania, top. the list of e u countries taking in the most afghan migrants in australia, a 5th of all refugees are now from a gun, a stand on the launch. numbers are also bringing several problems. some of them gruesome as in the patrol. care explains. imagine you're in charge of a country shocked by a creepy rave skin. the victim who died had just become a teenager. the suspected rapists are young and again, refugees. you've got no choice but to take action. if you don't,
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the public won't get it. and that's if you're lucky, if you get too tough on those who escape misery and war back home in their home countries, political opponents will give you a p r b t plus that will raise some liberal u eyebrows. let's hear from the man who's lately been facing this precise challenge . sebastian kurtz, the chancellor of austria. often i find it intolerable for people to come here, thing seeking protection and then commit cruel and barbaric crimes in austria. politically, this means for me that we will stick to our line with me there will definitely never be a whole to deportations off. can he's done or a watering down of asylum also arguments crime 50. i think. what exactly did he mean by barberick? who's who's
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in austria, more than 4 percent of all rapes, an 8 and a half percent of all murders are committed by afghans. of course, not all refugees are thugs, but e statistics in 2020 show that afghanistan citizens have the highest number of asylum applications in austria and for 3 years in a row, they also are the 2nd largest group of asylum seekers arriving in europe as a whole right after serious, some are worried that higher numbers of refugees could mean more potential trouble . i want to be clear, the u. s. military mission of can stand continues to the end of august, where the future of ghana stan, looking murky beyond the withdrawal of us troops and the taliban, making large territorial gains. it's only natural that a new wave of refugees from there is expected in europe. it's obvious that austria can close its borders. it has already regularly tightened its asylum policies.
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recently, the justice minister for the green party says more such steps wouldn't be right for the country. the asylum law has already been tightened in recent years. our laws offer enough options, but we just have to apply them in a consistent manner. moreover, in 2019, the european court of justice ruled that you members have no right to the port a refugee even for committing a serious crime. if he or she prove that life back home would be in danger, all of this does seem to tie the hands of chancellor curts, who like you've heard, is in favor of different patients for criminals. the minister of interior from mr. kurtz is party has locked horns with the greens justice minister saying he will push for more rigid migration and repacked ration rules at the level. the asylum system is not working, migrants who committed criminal offenses have to be the boards that immediately
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while the advocates of the harsh approach towards refugees in the austrian government are teaming up with colleagues from hungary and the czech republic. the iraq received doesn't exactly paid the way for quick changes in a solemn rules. certainly, they won't be as quick as jo. biden's keen of dana, stan, pull up the silent system as we have it in europe, is just a way to turn illegal immigration into illegal immigration when the illegal immigrant arrives in any country of europe. and he says asylum, asylum immediately becomes illegal immigrant in the european asylum procedure, which usually takes place. is it general problem? that was your console was one to measure, so at least the mini stick minister interior missed and a how my has now mitted that the asylum system up to your a p in union is a disaster. but austria and the government has done nothing to change that or to
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avoid it. because austria, through the agreement of the european union, has collaborated in creating the system. we didn't send 11 single africans, african home for years in austria, not one and hundreds. we know austria, for example, have a quote of about 50 percent, the austrian citizen in the long run. this is a huge problem because it tracks and facts my guns from all the 3rd world. the while austrian feminist has been having that sound the issue. they the cues local, major, racist reporting, which they say vilifying migrants. a group event to the steven storm. the offices of a local newspaper, confronting the journalist, you could find video of a story and a whole lot more. besides, on r c dot com, to haitian americans are among the suspects detained in connection with the assassination of president jovan alamos. police are also looking for 8 others still
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live down, so he's kelly morgan is covering this for kelly. good to have you on. what's the latest that this point in the investigation while we have the police are still chasing the suspects in this high profile case. but basically, at this point, we're getting an image and an understanding of who this squad of trained killers that took the life of the haitian president who they are now. there's $28.00 of them. 2 of them are haitian american. the rest are from columbia, from what we understand now, there was a firefight, the police tracked some of the sauce backs to a house nearby. the gun gun battle lasted late into the night. the next day, the authorities managed to detain a number of suspects. what there were others who were able to actually get into the taiwan embassy. 9 break in. now. there was also an incident where
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a few suspects were caught and dragged out of a building by a crowd that gathered and was calling for the people to be burned. the suspects to be burned. we did have a press conference that took place where we got an image of some of the weapons that were used rifles. michelle a's and other tools that were used as well as the colombian passports of some of the kill squad. take a listen. got these assailants, the thugs, who killed the president. we've caught them. we've captured them there in the hands of the police. as you can see, me the now, at this point we do have a rather gruesome image that is coming together of the crime scene and how the president was killed. you know, a seriously wound, you know, he's killed and you know, these eyes gouged out. 12 bullets, brother gruesome staff, his wife with air lifted to florida for medical treatment after being seriously
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wounded. now the cause of the assassination is not yet clear. now the haitian president had long been accused of being very corrupt. he had been, had been people in the streets, protesting demanding that he stepped down. now that had been an ongoing political crisis in the country then, now that the haitian president is deceased. at this point, the crisis in haiti has intensified. there are basically 2 people claiming to be his rightful successor. the parliament is pretty much defunct martial law is still in effect. and a country that has already been declared by the world bank to be probably the poorest country in the world. if not one of the poorest is now even more unstable than it was before. this is created kind of a power vacuum. so what's next? per 80 remains to be seen at this point, the unrest is expected to further escalate. anything scalable to bring the very
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latest on that story from haiti. trouble is blowing over francis plans to build off shore wind farms with turbines as high as the length of 3 football pitches. belgium's lawrence legal action though against the move locals are outlined. their objections are nevertheless, has the wind in itself, the president of the commission for energy regulation, even suggested opponent, should have their energy cuts off. so the dubious sky went to the area for us to find out more. it may look calm, but a storm is brewing. and it's a huge one front plans to build an offshore wind farm just off the coast here. the turbines would be as high as the eiffel tower, around 300 meters tool. so they'd be pretty imposing. the idea has caused a fury in neighboring belgium. so much so that the 2 e u countries affect
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to go head to head in court as belgium threatens to sue a complaint will be launched with the european commission because our country has not been consulted about the location of the area. while european directives require it independently owned the french belgium board of that anger is palpable since it is very close to the boarders. about 10 kilometers. it will be very visible from our beaches. this landscapes and the feeling we have of liberty and seeing the thing to horizon is actually our main products. that is why people come to our shores. that is why people buy property with an ocean view. it's because as he does horizon, they don't come to the panel to see windmills for francis, a very important project. i understand that. but that doesn't mean that you have to put all the burdens with the neighbors and take all the advantages as
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a nation. so as you've heard that there is really strong opposition to this wind farm from the belgian side, but they are not alone. in this, we're about to cross the french border, where there are protesting groups who have been opposing this windfall ever since. it was suggested that if you do a little bit of research, you will find that this project is planned in the heart of the natural habitat, which is supposed to be a safe space for the species living there. and it's also a historic site of operation. dynamo, meaning this project also does not respect history from, says president mat calling has set himself up as this defender over the environment . now he won't strong's to have 40 percent of its energy to come from renewable sources. so wind farms that by 2030. now, those wind farms are crucial kogan, that idea, and the pressure is also mounting off. the high council for climate in france says
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that the country is going to miss its greenhouse gas emission targets. that failure would be embarrassing, but we didn't foam like the one that's planned for here are not popular with everyone. looks like we launched a petition. and despite that, when the minister came to dunkirk and we tried to meet her, she refused to talk to us. and then she came to tell us the details of a press conference. she told us that this project will be carried out no matter the opinion of the locals. if this has any impact on the territory, why is it not the inhabitants to the side? why is someone in paris making the decision locals here have even demanded a referendum over the project, but that has been completely dismissed by the state for he's also ignoring the, please from its fellow e. u. member. the government is determined to conduct offshore wind. foreign
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projects will of course continue the dialogue with our belgium and france to take into account the concerns. but the fact is that the dunkirk park is strategic for the implementation of our energy program. and that we must not waste any more time . however, that could be scuppered. not only has the french military now decided on new restrictions and constraints as to where wind farms can be built. but the senate in france is also just adopted a measure that could allow call madge to veto such plans. meaning that francis idea to be greener than green could soon have the wind knocked out of them. charlotte g, sky for all see on the french belgian border used to be upheld as literatures most fearing indictments of racism. but now the killer mockingbird has been taken off the syllabus at one school in scotland for being 2
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racist. he's fully boykin. looks at how cancel culture is killing the classics. is only the most inspirational book of all time. a pulitzer prize winner that was originally van for it was depiction of racism and sexual violence. but now one school in scotland has a bond to kill a mocking by harper lee. for another reason, the anti racism classic is now deemed braces to because it plays into a white savior narrative. when i say band, i mean more like cancel the teachers than jane gillespie hopeful in algebra. i've stopped teaching it to students as part of an effort to the colonize the curriculum and stein backs of mice and men, and being cut to for it, racial stereotypes and frequent use of b and was sure to, it's not, not there. when i tell, okay, i get the whole white savior thing and to get
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a mocking bad, i really do. in fact, it's a great topic for discussion in say, an english class. then i get that just one percent of students that study english literature at g c. s. c, that's the exam that kids take at the age of 16 in the u. k. study a book by a person of color and just 7 percent of students at gfc study, a book written by a woman that is abysmal. and by the way, that research is currently provided to us by penguin books, u. k, who could, to leave out of their marketing and disclose how many of the end it is on non white for female for that matter. look, i'm not saying that stay a reading list, couldn't use a refresh load you know, white kid make up about 34 percent of students in the u. k. and they ought to see themselves and their experiences reflected in the canon. but why does the
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colonizing the curriculum mean killing off to kill a mockingbird? fresh research by frank lungs has found that overhauls of people under a have stopped talking to someone that's actually stopped a relationship with someone because they disagreed with their political views. it's actually no, thank you. so i guess i'm sweet enough. throwing out a classic because it doesn't conform to modern standards, feel somehow connected with you children. this court was more common sense in new decision to move whole police family novel from the reading list, albeit from just one school so far is making people angry. i think it's very wrong for a few people to hold everyone as hostage in the important about the book is that they portray the unwritten truth of the time. we have this white liberal christ david turns out to be re said to me, right? this is the 2nd american story. the canon of literature is fluid that all mary adds
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of that, that was classics that didn't age well. we're then retired into obscurity, but should to kill a mockingbird be one of them. let's discuss that in the classroom. frances europe minister is demanding vigilance from the union over covert vaccines . he's concerned that you men the states. i consider green lighting jobs that don't have approval from the block. his fur comes is the delta variance of cov, it is spreading rapidly across the world, forcing governments to implement strict measures and ramp up the vaccination programs. you fully vixon. it's important, the vaccines which allow entry to our territory limited to the fall, we're sure about certain countries that you're looking to recognize vaccines like the russian and chinese ones. you were saying no on the european medicines agency so far approve for vaccines. pfizer madana astrazeneca, while my bud johnson and johnson must splitting jobs among those currently under review, review process is going on for 4 months already,
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despite earlier independent probes giving it a seal of approval. the basset, as russia recently claimed the delay, isn't political. moscow remains confident the vaccine will be recognized by the block at some point. by now it's clear that there may be different positions if it's clear that so far the european agency has not recognized next job. but we are sure that to call the prejudices besides those of a political artificial lot in nature. and eventually we will succeed. and the russian vaccine will be recognised. disco, marcelo, for other than ali founder and chairman of swedish professors and doctors for human rights. police politics has been imply from the beginning is neither logical nor if he wanted to go. not as he goes where the bird considering the bus or so there was a relation of not just being in. when i said, if we compare is a safety feature of axis, there is no clinical use. vacation blog is for me on those negotiations
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by, for instance, the french minister. there are, they are not all need to do for you, but it clearly tried to ignore or even discuss the russians. thank you. of the masses from the perspective of western powers, but they are not primarily an issue of public health or of human rights for all 4 people thrive to stay healthy. it is a purely competitive enterprise. it is not a corporation and there were a few. should it should have been established between scientists, why to find solutions. and util, that predicts how long patients in long term care are likely to live has been developed by canadian research, is the calculator titled respect to improve the quality of palliative care. those behind it said that it will allow people to spend more time with their relatives,
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their respect calculator loss, families and their loved ones to plan. for example, i can help an adult child blend when to take a leave of absence from work to be with a parent will decide when to take the last family vacation together. the applications already being trialed and canada, and the developers say that it's designed to help sick elderly people who are often deprived of sufficient care in the final years of their lives. however, it's raised the number of ethical issues, so it's just patient consent. and the attitude of medical work is towards that issue. we put a pretty bite the so called calculate the fear if he's a dangerous invention because it gives mister legion of saying good. why ability to some, some that these in truth little more than yes, talk an educated guess if you, i guess, i mean this tool is, is a development from tools that are already used by,
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by doctors to help anticipate, to identify when patients might be reaching the end of their lives and to help those individuals make important decisions that used to go predict south and easy they be wrong and individual cases based on the life using the newest model. and the result is you are going to die shortly. so that's not bother about trying to save you this technology i fear might encourage the approach as well. like like any, any medical test, it has to be used wisely and interpreted in the light of other information about a patient. and so these sorts of concerns about unreliability actually suggest we should be using this tool rather than what people might already be talked his might already be using, which are less accurate predictors of when somebody might be reaching the end of
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their life. the don't have any reliable tools and these new calculator is not liable to, to predict the time of death. and so you will need to have a proper fund is do have you need to have some humidity to recognize that there are some things you simply cannot the same difficulty. it's crazy because i wraps it up for this news. i don't forget though lots more new stories we have prepared on our website and you can check it on just by going to all t dot com. ah, i
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