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the, the, the, the claims of fake test results no checks, no marks up in your 20 to 20 final. the walls help organization says it was devastating for us to control the pandemic. philippines, boris johnson is pushing ahead with his freedom day pound for england next week. about many and at risk where it was all horrified at the news. we have some, some of them companies like mind it's anything but freedom day. it's very frightening man. and i, i'm not to live on the phone, goes on as a highly contagious delta barrier takes around the world account takes more than 90 percent of new cases in russia. we return it to the red zone to see how health care walker, the child. the also ahead hash tag,
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so as cuba is trying to go social media as us politicians express strong support for the protest as well, keep an official claim that knows in naples meddling in the countries in the news. 27 live from the russian capital. this is our national. thank you for joining us. your company won't start us off. it may be the beautiful game, thought it's not looking good for the fight. gave over at fed that sunday year or 2020 final could result in a huge spike in cases as the victorious italian team parade to that trophy through the center of rome. little fort was being given to cope with regulations by the enormous crowd. i'm not came just a day off, the 10s of thousands of on me off fans crammed together during the match in london . the world health organization has described the event as devastating. am i
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supposed to be enjoying watching transmission happening in front of my ice? recovered 19, pandemic is not taking a break tonight, sorry covey to delta v r, and will take advantage of an vaccinated people in crowded settings, unmasked screaming, shout, and singing. devastated in the most of them that was 60000 fine valley them off to be seen at lack of social distance thing. no checks and pains of fate. the test result was the scene playing out when the stadium watch on the start talk, who was out the game says, paper controls the quite a joke didn't even need to do or feet attached because you weren't even checked for your corporate. what was what to say there were just checking your phone for you and you would want to sit in the united
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ticket on your phone. they will just allowing you and doesn't matter if you had a negative test or if you read the fake that the test either that missing more really through the the think you should have taken more seriously. there's no checks for within police and was just a lot of sorts of people with motor bus security measures should have been in police as well, but this wasn't enough security of yours to carry out the. the checks, health officials have warned you are 2020 finals, could see the u. k, heading towards $8000000.00 new infections within a month. right now, cases have shot up to around $35000.00 a day. the prime minister is still going ahead with his plan to remove most restrictions in england next week. and that's because the government says to to successful vaccination program, that's enormous. 35000000 people receive a job. we will stick to our plan to live legal restrictions and to lift social
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distancing there at clark again, who was out that pat and final between england. and if he says that a spike of cases is on the horizon, the restrictions are easy and the 19th of july, of course says when i'm looking at this final restrictions easing as well. so things are getting back to normal, but very little people waiting masks. and last nights, especially heading towards the underground station after the game allowed amount of people, but no dual monster waiting. so it could be a rising case each because of that. then as i mentioned, they'll have no checks for corporate heading in to dig it out. and so that as of what that, i mean i was in the ground just about 20 minutes. there was already 3 or 4 as young guys of it's already posted in. meanwhile, the pontiff, that england, free from any or covert roles has left many terrified, especially those seen as most at risk in england alone. there are almost 4000000
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people passed on to stream the vulnerable to the virus. and for them there's nothing liberating about the upcoming freedom day calling it freedom days just take totally ridiculous. so how many like minus is anything but freedom day, taking away all mitigations against that just makes it very scary place to, you know, to be now putting to the greatly and the thought that not everyone has to mask anymore. well, it's the major pulses and protection gone full hon. people feel quite let down and very forgotten laura and liz, i just to of 94000000 people in the clinic, leave hon category. when the pandemic 1st broke out, this group hotel to shield, meaning they couldn't leave their homes and face to face contact was next to none. shielding is currently paused in the u. k, but with all social distancing set to be scrapped, millions may have no choice,
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but to go back behind closed doors it's, it's very frightening man. and i, i'm may not survive if i expect i will probably go back and see an ice lation and more shielding as i was before to protect myself. i think deformable community have been totally ignored. rarely in the whole of this, the, the original plan of shielding. it should only have ever been a temporary masha whilst they put safe mitigations in place and brought the case numbers down. because the government refused to do that. you know, this does no change for us in 16 months, nothing has changed to make the world safer place since the start of the pandemic around 6 and 10 corona virus deaths in england have been among disabled people. and well, the government vaccination program rollout was seen as light at the end of the tunnel . only half the country. it's for the jobs meeting, the other half of the country is still unprotected. not only that,
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but many people with particular health conditions don't respond well to the job, putting them at even more risk. so ditching mandatory most wearing and social distances for people like nora is life changing to me. the 2 main things which appears to be being taken away, which is face masks and distancing. and that he really easy things and they don't really cost anything to say things a difficult or damaging for anybody. you know, it doesn't restrict them in any way. if people don't do that, there's a lot of families truck. the new guidance, the shield as is expected to come from the department of house. yet news of this announcement is guess every time a lockdown has ended or restrictions have been eased. many shield us have been forced to make their own decisions and they accused the government of the guessing about them. labor has called for a utah on freedom day and more guidance for those most vulnerable. we want to put in a controlled way and keep in line face lines that can take down infections like mandatory
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placement from a pop by mouth on public transport. how we know that we protect people, reduce the speed of the virus and the spread the virus, and it was called the economy, common sense. we all want restrictions listed. we want our economy and we won't get back to the, but we've been here too many times before, isn't it the case? but once again, instead of a careful control approach, we're heading for some of the payoff and confusion with so called freedom de, looming, many a gearing up to tear them off and danced together and nightclubs. but with cases already on the rise, it seems possible that july the 19th will mean its locked down once again for the vulnerable to call it freedom day is not only really offensive to families like myself. and really, really difficult to swallow the phrase. but it also is
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a false freedom for everybody else because they won't get that for you. jim. all it will do is delay the inevitable, which will probably be another lockdown for a, for a long time, because the case was, will be so high. the pandemic continues to evolve with the cova. delta vary now having spread to more than $100.00 countries around the world. the strain was fast identified and india is believe to be the most contagious so far. with the w. h o predicting, it will become the dominant baron globally in the coming months. meanwhile, right here in russia had the delta strain now accounts for more than 90 percent of new code cases and the country recorded another day. the death toll hold and 700 people today, with more on how health care workers are dealing with this challenge. his anton krislofski, who returns to the redstone in the latest installment of his documentary theories epidemic. the luck an empty bed, an empty bed. it's an empty space out there,
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a small one. so tara 1347 beds. i hoped i would never come back here again. we're at a hospital again and here again, are these demps crops. how did the hospital start to fill up? do you remember the day when said be any and brock of announced another spike in cases that started when the city announced 9000 infections when there had previously only been 3000. so we brought that on ourselves. we were monitoring that there had been 50 patients daily, and suddenly the number went up to 100 and then 210120130 so on. but of course, the key point is that we will ready, well prepared. the worst thing is when you're not forgot him, what's the main pattern of this new strain you're looking for the computer? well firstly, it's more contagious. and 2nd,
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it hits way faster than the previous and now takes $1.00 to $2.00 days instead of 7 to wait with that. and i think it's also hitting younger people when i do what yeah, i'm looking at patients and i recall the moments of the 1st and the 2nd wife, they were mainly older people. and now just look everyone is younger than me. they didn't believe it would happen. they thought the virus had gone, but it stayed. they think everything's okay. it's a simple flu and it will end soon, but it doesn't. it wasn't day off today. and how many of those in the hospital are vaccinated? well, around 122-1000 patients from a lovely and believable all young guys. i've never seen anything like this before. so literally everyone is younger than me. let me. how's it going? great. how long have you been here? well, i've been here for some 2 weeks. i guess. how did you end up here?
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did you have a high temperature? yes. i had a temperature. i called an ambulance. they brought me here and done my condition. drastically nose dived. what do you mean? well, in 2 days, how old are you? i'm 47. so we're the same age and how badly where your lungs damaged? 75 percent? $75.00. yes, i was only released from an intensive care ward today. did you get the vaccine for? nope. why? because i'm an idiot. how is that possible? it's available to you. why is this happening? where people not vaccinating? look since the ninety's there was an anti vaccination campaign at that time and those mad mums said we won't be vaccinated against measles, chicken pox. we won't take any vaccine, someone put that idea in their heads, that the vaccination is bad, but in fact it saves lives and it helps vanquish the panoramic. so when do you think it will end? never?
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well, time damages tend to last from 3 to 5 years. i'm actually afraid of asking you who is vaccinating and non you raise your hands please. he's vaccinated. i know him. well, actually anyone who comes here is vaccinated. well, it's because you're a strict boss. i've been in an intensive care unit for a month, and my condition is severe. maybe the outcome would be less if i had taken a job, i wanted to get vaccinated, but i didn't find time. and now i'm in a dire condition. the me ah, excuse the me.
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ah, ah, ah. still ahead. the late who said to when whistleblower you didn't the song his freedom, doctors from around the world less a pleasing with president biden. we'll talk about a bit more the rabo driven by dreams shaped by those with me in
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me dares thing. we dare to ask me when i would show the wrong one old fool. joe don't rule out the thing because after an engagement equals the trail, when so many find themselves will depart, we choose to look for common ground. the the news.
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ah, welcome back. now cuba, the president has pointed the finger squarely at washington protests. i have gripped his country. thousands have flooded the streets of the caribbean nation over an ongoing economic crisis, and you've been exacerbated by the pandemic. the anti government movement has been called the largest in 30 years. the. the protest have a talk keeper wanted me has plunged 11 percent hut by the crisis and american sanction. despite that top us politicians are reacting to the protests with the hash tag. so as cuba expressing the full support for those on the streets, cuba, the foreign minister claims that the u. s. government that's behind the riots and the white house will use any means available to ton cuba upside down. that's a boy that i call on twitter, and i also call them the u. s. government to recognize or deny that political
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operators actively use tags collectives or groups of robots. trolls who use a coordinated with automated means to flood the networks, etc, etc. in this operation against cuba rolls, if you go on twitter, you'll find the hash tag as so s q in the trends. and some of the most senior us politicians among go sending out the signal saying how much they are worried. so genuinely worried be so for the cuban regime to step down and lead democracy flourish in cuba. i hope and pray for a free cue, but from morality, no suffering under is unbearable communist rule. viva cuba libra s o s. cuba. so as cuba might as well turn into cuban lives, matter, please don't blame me for trying to sound sarcastic when talking about serious hardships of an entire nation. but just think of this, it's america that's been squeezing you by the clutches of its economic blockade for
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6 decades and refused to lifted. even when the pandemic kicked in, even when $184.00, you a nation called on washington to do so. just for the sake of the people and the difficult times in havana, this hard line is being compared to genocide. but nope, the americans can be bothered because the sanctions are a tool for democracy. and that probably works as a universal excuse. havana is blaming the u. s. for inciting protests, and backing them with cash plus it's firmly against the hypocrisy and the voices of concern from the neighbors stair bottom. we are addressing revolutionary to may have become entangled. addressing cubans who may have some concerns, we will not allow the opponents of the revolution mercenaries who have sold out to the u. s. government sold out to the empire, receiving money from subversive agencies to provoke destabilization. like i said,
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the style, the wording, the matter on the part of the us elite is hardly a surprise given the history of how they've been dealing with on one to governments in latin america. the method that the u. s. prefers to use in latin america today is similar to what we saw take place in eastern europe after the collapse of the soviet union with the various color revolution. and we can point to the guardian buzz the violent protests in venezuela led by a new group that now comprises the one why do lead opposition? clearly us back trained by usa id and the national endowment for democracy in these tactics than we saw in 20 gene in nicaragua. the same kind of scenario play out violent protests and blockades, leaving hundreds dead. and the people who are leading it were being sponsored by
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the national endowment for democracy and usa id to drop all this off. listen to one us senator and former presidential candidate. pretty much giving instructions to the media on how to cover the tensions in cuba. give coverage to the fact that there are people in the street in cuba because they do not want to live and marxism and communism and socialism any more. they want freedom. now here's a fact for you, despite the blockade. cuba was the 1st country in the whole region to successfully develop, not one but 2 cobit vaccines, and has managed to domestically produce and vaccinate more than a quarter of the population with at least one dose while suffering a severe shortage in supplies from abroad. this probably still isn't enough to boost the public's confidence in the government and will do nothing to ease the poverty or slash food prices. what could have help though it's a bit of american mercy with the sanctions. oh no,
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there is no way he will touch the precious tool for democracy. meanwhile, members of the cuban diaspora. u. s. city of miami have been rallying in solidarity with that some packets asking the american government to intervene in the nearby car been nation. us white house press section of john saw he thinks that it's only the cuban government that's to blame. there's every indication that yesterday's protests or reactions of the people in cuba to exhaustion of the governance of the, of the leaders in the state. the economic mismanagement and the repression that we're seeing take place against the people at the country. having spent significant time in cuba during the special period, the harshest period of sanctions and deprivation. i can tell you there is real suffering and there is real malays and it is brought about as a direct result of the u. s. embargo. so it was inevitable that there would be
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protests like this. we can see that people have genuine grievances, but that they are also being pulled into a regime change agenda by organizations like this and see drug movement which have clear ties to the united states government. the trump administration ended the obama administration normalization with cuba. reimpose, brutal sanctions, not just on cuba, but on venezuela. blocking fuel shipments to cuba, the cuban government had to ration food starting in 2018. and now we have a pandemic where cuba has had to miraculous miraculously manufacture its own vaccine because of a needle shortage. brought on by the u. s. blockade. can some walls news 22 people have been killed and wrought in south africa, not off to the army was deployed to confront protesters. enraged at the jailing of the former president, jacob zoom. i was in prison for failing to appear at
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a corruption inquiry, is supposed to say the case was treated by his successor. so a fly. i just have a hospital in iraq, southern city of not syria has left at least 64 people that 60 injured rescue as combed through the facility and such more bodies off to the fire was under control . it's still an oxygen tank explosion was to blame for nearly 8 people were killed when a hotel collapsed in the eastern chinese city of sushi. on monday, drone footage shows the extent of the destruction. emergency services are reported to have pulled 14 people from the rubble. it's not yet known what caused the incident more than 250 doctors from such 5 countries have signed a joint letter to us president joe biden, calling for the release of wiki nicks found julian, a sons. they claim he's been subjected to psychological torch out for more than
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a decade. we spoke to one of the signatories, professor william hogan. i think they're treating him like a terrorist. i get him a doctor's just a little. busy out. busy of my area of expertise, but this is how they've treated other terror suspects. he is at risk for suicide and marsh prison. he's suffering still experiencing mental turmoil nations including laudatory solicitation. so what's your 1st tory, these are some of the most severe signs, illness and mental stress, all the effects will ever be back to normal to what he was like before entering the equitorial. i'm to see is i think that's unlikely. sadly, to last week, a person's high court granted the u. s. the right to appeal a scientist, extradition which was denied earlier this year. but with the blood faces multiple
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espionage charges stateside, which could land 275 years behind bars. as aunt will remain in london, spell marsh prison, while the appeals process pays out professor good and again says the public feeling can't be ignored. i think it's starting to have more and more effect. i think there's growing calls. i think there's growing. busy awareness we've seen the recent developments with greek italian u. k. ready australia m p 's writing. busy letters to their various. ready governments in the u. s. government asking biden, and his attorney general garland to drop the prosecution. so i think momentum is building, i think, to please. yes, they've been pretty much ignored thus far, but i think we're having an influence home grow, not violent, extreme as that. that's what the f b i intends to fight with
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a cool for americans to snitch on their own family members if suspicions arise. but the idea is not winning too many fans yes. report friends and family members to the government. like you see in totalitarian regimes, 1984 wasn't meant to be your orgs instruction manual. who do a report f b, i extremism to my grand, my kids with bacon fat, which is a recipe for heart disease. i hope you guys and i use that term loosely take her down. mike has been reading and he came on web pages and follows a bunch of dogs doing stupid things. instagram pages, i am concerned. the idea comes in the way of direct as testimony over the capitol hill, wyatt, which he branded domestic terrorism in january. trump supporters stormed the capital off to the president election defeat. more than 500 people have since been arrested with some conduct by the own colleagues and even families. political port
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calls have justin young believes the vital administration of using such threats as a political to the from the patriot act on forward they've consistently looked to crisis, is to try to expand their own policing tools, many of which were the long held wishes for them. and now they have yet another reason to do it. people that have that they went across the line and are now being legally held accountable for it. but the call for domestic terrorism has not only been seized on by the f. b, i will be doing this for a while, but also of course, the biden administration, which can use it as a cudgel politically the f. b, i is inherently a political organization. now, the definition exactly where it politically aligned with a more interesting question on whether or not a straight, liberal, conservative or loyal to a republican or democratic party,
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or what i think is most accurate, loyal to washington dc. and the fact that there are just columns of power that exist in that political town hall just quickly when we go, he may, a famously tried to repel the english and the movie brave heart. but hollywood star mel gibson will need those skills again against an online multiple democratic supporters. i talked to, he provokes the outrage. when he was caught on camera the we can send new to the former president, don't trump out a fight event. but you want to read how the stalls being taken, putting on social media head on over to our website, all q dot com. so like i said that story, and of course many, a more updated all out of the day by hardworking team. and if you don't come to me, i'm done for the day, but don't course i will be here. so we're enjoying with me the
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the what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is often very dramatic. development 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 back, kaiser's financial survival guide. when customers go buy, you reduce the bin l well, reduce the lower cutting, but let's get the food market. it's not yet to the global economy. ah,
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large demonstrators against the socialist government could be heard from the streets of cuba on sunday, as american flags and chance of freedom were frequently spotted amongst the protesters. we're going to bring you the latest for miami and reaction from the united states, including r t, america zone rick sanchez and mental health institutions are rapidly increasing in numbers and one state in response to starting to not accept any more patience. so what are they good now? all the task sweet brings you this developing story. then we're going to take a look at the round of executive actions assigned by joe biden, and creating more competition in industry like health care and big tech. but we'll politics getting the way of doing what's right for the american consumer. i'm going to use and you're watching news is huge, right here on our to america. let's get started. ah .

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