the we will not allow the opponents of the revolution. mercenaries were sold out to the u. s. government to provoke destabilization. the cuba accuses washington of inciting mass demonstrations across the country. thousands have taken to the streets, protesting and economic crisis. and what they're calling poor handling of the coven pandemic. reviving the spirit of neo nazi segregation in europe and russia takes a shot at france, silver cove, it vaccines. and that's after a senior official tells the rest of europe, it should reject jabs offered by moscow invasion. starvation will eclipse the devastation of the coven pandemic. that's according to oxfam, which claims 11 people are dying from hunger around the world. every minute we've got exclusive insight from the charity and also ahead working for the secret and
services. only a few drinks come shaken, not stirred. because the coolness gadgets on of course, you always get the bad guy spilling the secret need for more agents. frances, on the look out for the next james bond in the countries national intelligence agency launches are recruitment dr. ah, coming to live from our world news headquarters in moscow. this is our international. i am your host donald quarter. welcome to the program. now cuban president has lashed out at washington, accusing it of stirring up mass protests across the country. thousands have flooded the streets of the caribbean island nation, angered by an economic crisis which has been exacerbated by the pandemic. the anti government movement is being described as the largest in 30 years.
the the the u. s, which has a decades long in economic embargo in place against the islands set. it fully supports the people's right to protest. the demonstrations come after a tough year for cuba, the hardest. in fact, in the last 3 decades, the economy plunged 11 percent as a result of the coven crisis. and washington sanctions. the country said the u. s. embargo cost at 9000000000 dollars last year, making it even more difficult to fight the pandemic. america's been economically blockading cuba for decades. calling its sanctions tools for democracy. cuba,
presidents in cuba, as president, is demanding supporters, go out and defend their country and correspond for our sister channel archie spanish is in her on a cuba i'm coming out and ministrations in supported the cuban government being held around the country. you can see national flags, portraits of the historical leader of the cuban revolution, fidel castro, and slogans for him. and president miguel diaz can now make these demonstration some large other smaller like this one taking place. not only in havana, but in other parts of cuba. the protest appeared to have been organized on social media present, diaz canal appeared to the country on television. let's listen to an exit from his speech. say about, i'm a little we are addressing revolutionaries who may have become entangled. addressing cubans who may have some concerns, but we will not allow the opponents of the revolution. mercenaries were sold out to the u. s. government sold out to the empire, receiving money from subversive agencies to provoke destabilization. and there will
be a response from the revolutionaries. and therefore, we call upon all the revolutionaries of the country, all the communists to come out in the places where these provocations are being carried out today. and from now on the demo and noteworthy that american flags could be seen at some demonstrations against the government. many said this was proof of the involvement and the u. s. in organizing such action, many find it all the, even though the u. s. is blockading cuba. people are still waving american flags. despite this, the marches in support of the government took place in different parts of the city . we spoke with several people who came out to defend the government and heard what they think about the protest. but for the lower level. but of course improvements are needed. but we'll, we'll do it in a different way and we'll, we'll not pleased the americans imperialist wants nothing good for us and said it won't be better if they try and here that's a 30 stabilize, they won't get it, they will never get it. this is the 3 to fidel role and d. s. can now,
since the started the pandemic cuba has suffered from a serious crisis not only in health care, but also in economics, a lack of food and an energy crisis due to a breakdown of some power plot. all of this, according to analysts, has provided fertile ground for the groups, the people organizing protests against the government. political analysts, chris banbury, thinks that establishing democracy is not the us, his ultimate goal for every point of life in terms of shortages, etc. and the model ways, of course, essential regime is what happened in iraq, where officially the a decade plus expansion. we used to stop up to damage the iraqi economy to we can iraq in preparation for an american invasion. know the americans are not going to invade cuba, but they do directly economy to help right, the economy and they do how that will spark demonstrations no bigger scale even than what we're seeing. just note that it's not a whole, but what we also must remember as well,
is that america does not go around the world toppling regimes as it did in iraq, afghanistan to impose democracy. we're still waiting for that and i've gotten this done and we're in iraq. many cubans of welcome some of the concessions should be made in opening up small businesses and so on. their welcome, the opening up of cuba to europe, canada and other countries are in the world. but of course, this is not enough for the americans. and of course, we know there are well financed cuban exile groups in miami, in florida. and i was waiting to explore any on any on reg, reviving the spirit of neo nazi segregation in europe. that's how russia slammed statements by france's europe minister, who called on fellow e. u. countries not to use vaccines, developed in russia and china. we can go, franz profess discriminate restatements by its high ranking representative, which of the spirit of neo nazi segregation in europe. it is not for the french
foreign ministry to dictate the country and people were jeff they should be vaccinated with obviously the french foreign ministry. curtain as the country has not been able to develop its own vaccine. we sympathize with francis failure. the vast majority of european countries recognize only these for vaccines as the france and only 3 countries are differently. i regret the greece, does this. the words come after the french minister expressed regret over greece, allowing in travellers who had received russian or chinese shots until recently, athens had permitted russian citizens to freely enter. if they'd been vaccinated, then it announced a covert test would be required for everyone entering, vaccinated or not. reese is not the only european country that's given a green light to, to russia sputnik jab. the small state of san marino has been using it for months and is now seeing almost 0 new cases. the land set medical journal recently published results of a study there which showed elderly people who received the russian jab,
few side effects. there are, were also no safety concerns or reported fatalities. we got a reaction from greek politicians. i think that we should avoid the daily cost any kind of vaccine, the national vaccine, the must see the as a public who and the global and in my understanding, the biggest challenge is how to vaccine or see this is there was not always, you know, just seem to be on campus where we can afford to have, i don't own vaccine and faithful that vaccination to the people in africa. the people in india. exactly, because of the panoramic is low, but we will never be safe if only as the citizens of the let's say that better off county will be getting into that as will be less than that. and then i must stress that, let's say that greece was to accept the french position. that would be,
that would be a little bit ridiculous from the point of view of that hunger. marian's having sputnik vaccinations, so we would allow on gary and was put nic vaccination coming into greece. free preview without any without any other tests and discriminating on russians. coming in from moscow we put with put new vaccination which does make sense and a protest against the killing of a camera man at the hands of anti l. g. b. t activists. a group of reporters has broken into the parliament of the ex soviet republic of georgia. the journalists are reported to have taken the seats of the parliament speaker or demanding a meeting with parliamentarians and for the resignation of the government comes it made a series of protests by l. g. b, t supporters and opponents. one camera man was found dead after being beaten by
a group of anti l. g. b. t activists, author and russia. analysts, martin mccauley, says the country is now split in various ways. the it is a country which is profoundly conservative and then as you be march, the pride march was a red rag to a boon. it's a very rumored indeed because the government was for joan, georgia, government jewelry for a job. because the very clowns, the groups in georgia find it difficult to come together and stay together and agree compromises. and therefore, georgia is split various ways. politics is about power. and the groups which are out of power want to have. and they want to reduce those who have to get a very weak government for very, very weak state. so they can take over the politics deeply and go of the live. it's
merely about lea, a pride, march, and g p deeper when he's been seized by those who want to achieve power to weaken the government and become more powerful themselves. heartbreak spilled over into violence on the streets of london last night. following england's defeat in the final round of the euro 2020 championships, the dozens of people were arrested and police officers were injured as fighting started even before the game. the huge crowds are also feeling fears of a new wave of cove. it in the u. k. as experts and officials urged the public to remember, the health crisis is still not open. so in other news, a hidden hunger pandemic could turn out to be worse than anything cove. it has dealt the world that's according to a warning from oxfam. it says 11 people are dying of starvation globally every
minute. while 155000000 people are apparently facing crisis levels of food insecurity. the charity is also published a series of horowitz, 1st hand accounts of women struggling to feed their children. i can secure a good quality 14 for my children. therefore i feel guilty and i feel that no matter how much i'm trying, i still need to do more. i had to look for solutions. i can go hungry, but the boy cannot. i even dared. i dared allure to go back for food because i couldn't into your hunger. it hurts me. i'm out of ideas on what to do. the children are not eaten properly, and i sometimes feel like i am not raising them boil enough. most of the time, we have little to nothing to eat. i struggled to get my children to sleep at night . they asked for food and i tried to distract them, telling them stories until they're asleep. then i look at them and pray for a better life until i get stolen by sleep. auction listed climate changed armed
conflicts and the economic impact of the corona virus pandemic. because the driving forces behind the crisis was locked downs and the closure of borders and businesses only making matters worse for those already disadvantaged. but the head of the humanitarian policy at oxfam. matthew truss. scott told us there are other factors that play as well. we have to understand what from actually means to peach law. got . i mean, it's extraordinarily serious with knowing that hunger figures were increasing. we predicted last year that the tension going to get was a to see how bad it's gotten. i think yes, this is genuinely shocking. we have to make sure that people are able to get vaccine. so it's not just going to the rich countries because we have to also restart the economies and put a country for me. there are 3 key things we have 3 immediately. firstly, on these files and piece the 2nd is we have warning policies for blocking the monetary and 8. we cannot have a situation where parties is using hunger as a weapon of war. and finally, of course, funding funding is crucial to be able to get people to help they need. and i think
we also need to look at the kind of safety net that, that some of the richer countries have with the poorer countries. 3rd off the world's population have no access to social security, no safety net. so when they see a shock like this, there's just no way to recover from overcoming the crisis through vaccination is also an issue. as the un secretary general warns about the gap between developed and developing nations in their access to vaccines, oxfam health policy, advisor, and mary, it's told r t is going underground that currently vaccine nationalism is a major problem. you know, we need another 1000000000 and i am the g 7 off adult actually less than a 1000000000 in donations with no urgency in terms of when they say nations are going to be made. and the reality is that donations are picking up the bass and we need it now because we are seeing the brakes rising from the country, but they're not going to fix this crisis. to do that, we actually need the g 7 countries to box the listing of the patients on these
things that the science a know how can be shed throughout the world. we can get more qualified manufacturers making them run production. that's the only way that we're going to get and not about to make everybody. and we haven't seen an extreme back being in the quality, but not only live the risk in many of the poor countries in the world, but is actually continuing to be a threat for all of the sale to come on the program. a battles underway for the future of afghanistan has the u. s. head for the exit, the taliban, filling the void and all while our humanitarian crisis tightens its grip on the country, we'll have that full report after the short break. ah
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the beach and dentist than others, are thinking about the future. how will this country into our app with the world and the region also in update on jolina songs. this travesty in crime against humanity continues the welcome back to the program. now fighting is intensifying. and if dana stan is the taliban continues to make big territorial gains. official say that over the weekend, local security forces repelled an assault by the taliban. mckee, northern province at its border with ticket stand. i'll just last week, the groups fighters entered f. dana stands, 2nd biggest city of kandahar, pentagon spokespersons, so the u. s. is watching these developments with concern. as american troops continue their rapid withdrawal from the country? yes, relating situation is dragging the nation further into a humanitarian crisis with cabal, calling upon european countries to hold its deportations of afghan migrants for the
next 3 months. thousands of afghani have been forced to abandon their home to the taliban continues. it's offensive. i'll village. we're surrounded by the telephone . there is nothing we can do to tell them capture our homes. we have been displaced . we are facing such just the moment. my children live by the road. what should we do? as a mom, several years in a government should help us. our children are hungry and thirsty. our homes are under control of the taliban and we cannot go there. i lost my cow and a calf my home and all my good mother. and then when i'm suffering a lot, you can see live in this tent, even though i have a home, i have been displaced. there is a war in our village. and the area where i lived is under the control of the taliban. and 300 channels have been displaced by some of that we can take a look at another war torn country that's already been down a similar path to f. dana stand that somalia us troops arrived there in the late 2
thousands in order to fight terrorism. and then ended up staying there for nearly 15 years. over by that time they pulled out at the start of this year, it would be difficult to say stability had been achieved. only this weekend, an explosion in the capital of mogadishu reportedly killed at least 9 people. an injured 8 others, it was a 2nd major explosion in the city this month, and the algebra extremist group claimed responsibility with more on whether a somalian scenario could now be repeated in afghanistan. heres or to senior corresponded more. i guess the to malia wasn't libya or a rock, it wasn't a prosperous nation that the us invaded and left a wreck. it was a poor country to begin with, made that much poor by far and help in the form of bombs and weapons. no, somalia is much more like a gun to start with insurgency, extra bob running much of the country.
the don't underestimate the they're smart, they're tough and they're motivated. as bob, according to the b, b. c. collect almost as much in taxes as the government, even government officials pay. i shall bob to be left alone. years and years of us as strikes and grades have failed to stop them. so why not try again? the united states has been involved in somalia for decades, and it is very involved in africa for longer than that. this is a product of the poor planning in the pentagon. this is the product of the
factional, little within the pentagon. it's no secret that at the highest levels of us war planning, that there are different political tendencies. there are different political factions. and so one day, one faction will have the upper hand. and the next day, another fax will have the upper hand. and you see that being played out in east africa where we were told united states was pulling out of that part of the world. and now it appears there on the way back after 3 decades of unfair, fully and painfully beating its head against the very solid somalian war. the united states is apparently considering another round. last year you may remember truck pulled most jewish troops out of somalia while there potentially going back in the u. s. sending troops back to somalia. are you putting more forces in the hell? how precisely is the us going to be changing its security posture on the continent?
carla, i think you can understand why we wouldn't necessarily detail, but the true movements are forced presence in advance, particularly when we're talking about a counter terrorism threat. there's really no denying that our repositioning, fairly sudden repositioning out of somalia. earlier this year has introduce new layers of risk and complexity to our mission there. many people claim that the u. s. last and have gotten a thought. i would disagree. they went into kiera al qaeda and they leave with a written promise from the taliban. never to let the setup shopping of the dentist on again. so they failed. but the whole nation building thing, but i'll car is gone. somalia is very different in somalia, the warlords, that rule, much of the country, the extra bob, they're sworn wildcard. the us has tried everything. they've tried training
somalian stuff, fight. i shall, bob, they've tried bombing the militants, they've paid the others to bone. the insurgents sponsored invasions by countries that neighbor samaya. nothing's work. how many decades will the us leave at this time before? come? what may, it just gives up a not so secret service. france's main intelligence agency is giving a sneak peak behind its curtains, launching a website to attract new talent. and it turns out that more than half a french people think they could give double. 07, a run for his money as r t. charlotte, who bins get reports. it's made out to be one of the coolest job in the world, working for the secret service. it's only june drinks come shaken, not stirred. because the coolest got it on. of course. you always get the bad guy that you are certainly work for the french with 52 percent thing that they want to be fine.
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the the a time action returns you were going underground on the day of you get prime minister maurice johnson. so gold freedom day. corona virus announcement. as we dig up the stories, the elite don't want you to find coming up in the show. will you be returning to a policy of heard immunity has been pharma, monopolies count the 1000000000 they've made from vaccinating the world's richest countries, while the poorest become a playground for covariance, we are called family policy, lead to the people's vaccine alliance. and 10 years after the creation of the world, the newest countries out to done, we talked to new basses the court st. james,
about whether it's future will be it's washington consented, past or as an african oil suv about all of them all coming up in today's going underground. the 1st today, bars johnson leading a country with one of the worst corona virus, deaf tolls in the world. arguably, tales, britain, if he is eminently to let corona virus run through the population as part of a policy of 100 immunity. no surprise then that in the liberal policy of competition versus cooperation governs you aims when it comes to the global south and vaccination? joining me now from the other wife is the policy leads the people's vaccine, the lines knock sounds helpful if you advise and married. and i thank so much for coming on. what is the people's vaccine alliance? will we see johnson every day tells the nation here that we have one of the best vaccine rollers in the world. say the people that seen the movement, global campaign of organizations, individuals with all over the world and supported.