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the, ah, we will not allow the opponents of the revolution. mercenaries were sold out to the u. s. government to provoke destabilization, kubrick. he's in washington of inciting mass demonstrations across the country. thousands of take him to the streets and protest. and that can all make crises, and what they are calling the governments poor handling of the coven, pandemic, or service revive the spirit of me. i not to segregation in europe. russia takes a shot at from over cove. in fact, seems that as a senior official tells europe to reject the jobs being offered by moscow, and also by shing and salvation will eclipse the devastation the pandemic. according to spam, which says that every single minute 11 people are dying from hunger around the world. we get insight from the charity
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ah, good evening, you're watching international. my key was president, has lashed out to washington, accusing it of stirring up mass protest across the country. thousands have flooded the streets of the caribbean nation over the economic crisis exacerbated by the pandemic. anti government movement is being called the largest in 30 years the the well, the protest said do cap a tough year for cuba. the economy has plunged 11 percent by the code with crisis
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and also american sanction. but government support is also hitting the streets to keep as president has asked more to come out, the corresponding process to channel parties, spanish reports now from havana. i don't know how much ration since supported the cuban government are 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 lodge other smaller like this one taking place. not only in havana, but in other parts of cuba, to protest appeared to have been organized on social media. president 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. well, we will not allow the opponents of the revolution mercenaries who have sold out to the u. s. government sold out to the empire,
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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 that is noteworthy, that american flags can be seen at some demonstrations against the government. many said this was proof of the involvement of the us in organizing such action many find it old, the, even though the u. s. is blockading to but people 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 will not please the americans imperialist wants nothing good for us and say that it won't be better if they try and hear stabilize. they
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won't get it, they will never get it. this is the 3 to fidel wrote, and d. s. can now, since the started the panoramic cuba has suffered from a serious crisis, not only in health care, but also in economics, that 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. well, the u. s, which has a long standing embargo against the island to say it backs the people's right to rally and says that claims the field. the protests are a grievous mistake. however, president biden has failed support for protesters and what he call the decades of economic suffering. we stand with the cuban people and the clarion cool for freedom and relief from the tragic grip of the pandemic. and from the decades of repression and economic suffering to which they have been subjected by cuba also, or a terran regime. ok. but us say that the u. s. embargo costs at 9000000000 dollars
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last year alone and is hurting its ability to fight the pandemic america causes sanctions towards the democracy. doctor francesco domingos head of latin american studies at middlesex university in the u. k says that washington is going to astonishing lamps to spit the country says from cubans in the united states to cuba has been stopped. and then to be disconcerting, sanction emissions being taken by the companies taking the dealer to tourism from coming into the top of one of the nice a blockading conjugate and the relation you feel. and then they're like massive all energy from that. but also cuba that so be great combination of double the united states as we gain something in the region. $14000000.00 poll confusion route. we've been doing it for
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many more rain groups and going to create the are a nation in the country. we've been very kind, we'll be sort of a, a more news video and the tater quote, you know, very good for anybody from cuba. reviving the spirit of neo nazi segregation in europe. mass high, russia has slammed caused by france as your minister f e states. not to use vaccines developed in russia or china. we can do france for such 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. some 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 4 vaccines as the france
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and only 3 countries are differently. i regret the grease does this. while the ministers regret there refer to athens letting in tourist who had russian or chinese shoals, greece also requires a covey test for entering. but it is far from the only european country to green light moscow. sputnik v, i in addition to the likes of hungry and so vacuous, i marina has been using it for months and now has almost 0 new cases long. some medical journal recently published to study on the people there. we showed a few side effects in those who received a chart, the rule, so no safety concerns or fatalities reported. creek politicians say that discriminating against rusty's job makes little sense. i think that we should avoid that as daily cost any kind of vaccine the nationalism vaccine must see that as a public who in the global and in my understanding,
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the biggest challenge is how to vaccine all citizens. and there was not, there was, you know, just 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, in india. exactly because of the damages of law. but we will never be safe if only as the seasons of the let's see, that better off county will be until the rest will be left to the pending. i must stress that, let's say that the 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 or having sputnik vaccinations. so we would allow on gary and was put nic vaccination coming into greece. free preview without any, without any other test discriminating on russians coming in from moscow. we spoke
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with nick vaccination, which doesn't make sense. in other news tonight, report is broken into the georgia parliament protests the death of a camera man. not being beaten by anti gay activists. the journalists reported to seize the parliamentary speakers seat and demanded to talk to, to know my cause. and for the resignation of the government. what a week ago writers protested a pro l. g. b t. march planned by activists during which the camera man was feet and he was discharged from hospital after being treated 15 days ago. however, he was found dead. it is home on sunday, this is the pro and anti gay rally developed the, the
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well over a 100 unless martin mccauley tells us that politics is deeply involved on the issue in georgia and that the country is nice. split 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 intense moment indeed because the government was fragile. georgia government jewelry for a job. because the very clowns, the best 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 one to have and one to reduce those who have 2 very, very weak government, very, very weak states. so they can take over the politics is deeply involved,
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the lives of merely about lea, a pride march, and g p t. but he's been seized by those who want to achieve power to weaken the government and become more powerful themselves. side africa has employed the army to fight rioters who looted sharps blocks, major roads, and set buildings on fire for a 4th day against the jailing of the former president. the well, yes, we do. you from alexander township, just outside of the big central business district, with a change that looting from the purchases that have begun this past friday. this is
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all in reaction to the cross duration, a former president jacob, some say unjustly, and it's led to the army being deployed by the current president. federal run. that deployment of the national defense for is supposedly going to a policing calling the violence underneath that has led to extensive leasing, as you can see behind me, yet all of the stuff along this be broken into an incident and the confidence stolen as i speak to you now about 200 meters up this road, the several 100 pages that have begun reaching the little equipment and positions that are left in tools that are yet to touch exactly what is going to happen next. and so that for that remains unclear with a deployment of african national defense for this is unprecedented in democratic of africa. we wait with baited to see whether or not it has an impact that the government is waiting for under and the but to be seen whether or not they have the
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same effect as the police have been having for the last several days. your friends are going up against purposes you are determined to continue with this under util. the demands of the release of the former president jacob jacob, whom i was imprisoned for contempt. of course, after missing an inquiry into festus state assets, while he was in power support to say the unprecedented conviction, though of a former leader is actually a which hung by his successor. 6 people have been killed more than 200, arrested in connection with the riots on the looting. sorry, gone head of strategic engagement at the institute of race relations says the rallies above the damaging, the ruling party. this, this was happening now. is a, it's probably do the most damage to the, to the ruling party because it will take the various sections up against each other
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. more and more. we suspect that they are elements who are close to jacob's demon who would have organized the beginning approaches like this. but in a, in a, in period a, and they make a very, very high unemployment. you don't have to do much to bring people out onto the street. now hunger pandemic could turn out to be worse than the impact of coven. that's the warning from oxfam. it says that 11 people a dying of starvation globally, every single minute, while a 155000000 people are apparently facing crisis levels of food insecurity. the charity is also published a series of harrowing 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 can go hungry, but the boy cannot. i even dared. i dared allure to go back for food because i
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couldn't into your hunger. it hurts me. i'm out of videos on what to do with children. i'm not eating properly. and i sometimes feel like i'm not raising them boil enough. most of the times when we have little to nothing to eat, i struggle to get my children to sleep at night. they ask 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. will oxfam listed climate change armed conflicts, and the economic impact of the corona virus pandemic is the driving forces behind the crisis. we've looked at in the closure of borders and businesses only making matters worse for those already disadvantaged. the head of humanitarian policy it oxfam told us, there are other factors as well. we have to understand what from actually means to people on the ground. i mean it's, it's extraordinarily serious with knowing that hunger figures were increasing. we predicted last year the tension going to get was
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a to see how about it's gotten. i think, yes, this is genuinely shocking. we have to make sure that people are able to get axis. it's not just going to rich countries because we have to also restock the economies and put a country for me. there are 3 key things we have 3 media firstly on files and piece . the 2nd is we have warning policies for blocking monetary and 8. we cannot have a situation where parties are using hunger as a weapon of war. and finally, of course, funding funding is crucial to be able to get people to help that they need. and i think we also need to look at the kind of safety net that, that some of the richer countries have, where the poor countries off the world's population has no access to social security know, safety. or when they see a shock like this, there's just no way to recover from what i becoming the crisis. 3 vaccination is also an issue, is the un secretary general warns about the gap between developed and developing nations in access to vaccines or expands health policy, advisor told parties going underground that vaccine nationalism is a major problem. you know, we need and that hadn't 1000000000 dice and the g 7 off
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a less than a 1000000000 in donation with no edge. and in terms of when they say nations are going to be made. and the reality is that nations would be a speaking needed now, because we are seeing the brakes rising from the country, but they're not going to fix this crisis to be back. we actually need the g 7 countries to the back, the listing of the patients on these back in the science and know how can be shed throughout the world. we can get more qualified to manufacturers making them run production. that's the only way that we're going to get back to back to make everybody. and we haven't seen an extreme back being inequality. there's not any but a lot of the risk in many of the poor countries in the world. but he's actually continuing to be at a track for all of the nice to come. few this,
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our bastille is under way for the future of us can stand. i see us head for the exit, the tunnel bands filling the void and all while a humanitarian crisis tightens his grip on the country. we'll have a report, a full report just after the break. the ah ah, ah, i i
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use join me every thursday on the alex simon show, and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politic sport business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. me the, the news. ah, welcome back and i fighting is intensifying in afghanistan. this, the taliban makes major territorial gains. officials say that over the weekend, local security forces repelled and sold by the group on key northern province. the
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board with 2 gk stands. the pentagon says it's watching developments with concern is us troops continue their rapid withdrawal from the country. the escalating situation is tracking the nation further into a humanitarian crisis with people calling on europe to suspend deportations of afghan migrants or 3 mums. meanwhile, in afghanistan itself, thousands have been forced to flee the taliban offensive. oh, village was rounded by the telephone. there is nothing we can do to tell them captured our homes. we have been displaced. we are facing challenges to 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 what i'm suffering a lot you can see will live in this tent, even though i have
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a home. i have been displaced. there is a war in our village and the area where i live is under the control of the taliban, and 300 families have been displaced. okay, well let's take a look then at another, auto and country that's been down a similar path. somalia, us troops arrived there in the late t sizes to fight terrorism and ended up staying nearly 15 years. however, by the time that they pulled out at the start of this year, it would be difficult to say that any stability had actually been achieved. only this weekend and explosion in the capital market, the she reportedly killed 9 and injured each other. it was the 2nd major blast, and this is huge. this month, the shabby extremist group was claimed responsibility with more nie home, whether a somalian scenario could be repeated in afghanistan is more against death 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,
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made that much poor by far and help in the form of bombs and weapons. no somalia is much more like have gotten this done with insurgents, the extra bob running much of the country. the the don't underestimate the, they're smart, that tough and they're motivated. i show 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
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involved. busy 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 fraction 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 unsuccessfully and painfully beating its head against the very solid somalian war. the united states is apparently considering another round. last year you may remember from
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pulled most jewish troops out of somalia while they are potentially doing back in the us, 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 counterterrorism 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 in to clear out al qaeda and they leave with a written promise from the taliban. never to let all kinds of sets of shopping of dentist on again. so they failed, but the whole nation building thing,
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but i'll car is gone. somalia is very print in somalia, the warlords, that rule, much of the country, the actual bob, their sworn while carter us has tried everything. they've tried training. somalian stuff, fight shall bob, they've tried bombing the militants, they've paid the others to bone. the insurgents sponsored invasions by countries, the neighbor samaya. nothing's work. how many decades will the us leave at these star before? come? what may it just gives up? meanwhile, india has evacuated its temper, mass, and other work is from his kandaher consulate that his taliban forces into the outskirts of off can stand. second biggest city, an aircraft was deployed to pull out some 50 staff members and local employees will continue to operate the facility. the sound of our troops entered the city. 16 people were killed and 57 injured with the authorities born in those numbers of casualties could rise indian political commentator who like n p,
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says that the developments are particularly disturbing for his country. india has a lot of stake enough, kindest on them, because they are very much involved in the reconstruction of kind of sun bright from 2001. when the american forces invaded the country, alibaba wants to rebuild a brutal theocracy that it had brian named the country from 996 to 2001. of course in debt. spend a lot of money in afghanistan, but it also emboldened the changes enough kind of sun also emboldened said lot randy and get a groove you did richard shifted its base phone trying to re in to the bottom of the bottle. but you're not going to 7 bucket, especially next to the table. not russia has revealed further apparent
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contradictions relating to last year's alleged poisoning of kremlin chrissy collecting the family. alexander, sho, get russian envoy to the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons says that the body sends a team of toxicology experts to germany on the very day that the opposition figure fell ill and he thinks inconsistencies and gaps in the report do. show that the allegation is clearly an orchestrated provocation against moscow to go to the publication of this report shows that the story of the so called poisoning of nevada, the is replete with inconsistencies and gaps. in fact, if we refer to the report, it was sent to germany as soon as he boarded the plane. at the very moment he fell ill on month of september, last year, a spokesperson for the german defense ministry stated that germany had handed over to o. p. c, w. all part of the investigation including sample. but we went to the p c w several
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times. and each time they told us that they had nothing from germany. in the lights of the publication reasons to believe that this is an orchestrated publication against the country. for the open w reports on the implementation of the chemical weapons convention in 2020 was reviewed during a recent regular session and it reveals that the technical secretariat said it had sent a team of experts in connection with the suspected poisoning open valley. the request of germany on august the 20th, according to a russian forum, industries spokesperson a german representative has said that there is a mistake in the time line ny russian foreign ministry spokesperson the canada has stated. the report presents a mystery as the p. c. w. technical assistance group couldn't have been sent so quickly. alexander shogun has underlined there is no mistake in the data, and such documents are usually ferociously checked by
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a group of office. when you're done yeah. we asked for an explanation of why the technical assistance was dispatched on august the 20th. the secretary was silent and the representative of germany said that the secretary had had made a mistake. but this is hard to believe because such serious documents are usually prepared by a group of authors. if one made a mistake, the other colleagues would have noticed. i hope that in time the mystery is clarified. and the sequence of events of that day is restored and the role of the technical secretariat in that regard will also be understood and watching international that brings you up to date. thanks for your company this evening. we'll be back with more stories in the headlines, and 1st me
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summer solutions where we focus on the solutions. not so much. the problem, stacy, right. we are joined by jeff booth author of the price of tomorrow. the the, the, the the you don't do it, you know, it needs to be one way in order to live in the dock and you don't go down the person that i've used enough for the only 6.


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