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the that was how to get a hold of me. i the only campus thing reach of this by phones, the french president, prime ministers, the world health organizations chief and even that came just some of those who are potentially being sniffed on by is really develop spine. we're also ahead there's nobody suggestion. there's unchecked information on the way. no serious economy, president biden say, the highest us inflation rate in 13 years was foreseen and won't last long. but that's not bringing much comfort to americans feeling the pinch in their pockets. groceries are definitely up and also the runs are also going up. somebody's making
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some good money and i think it's joe biden. i don't buy anything. when asked me what it says nowadays. i truly, truly no more than 2000 fire fighters specialists, planes and heart troopers are mobilized in a huge effort to contain fierce wildfires burning out of control. and ne russia. the blades in the region has already torn through one and a half 1000000 hectares. ah, wednesday morning atm here in the russian capital i'm you know, neil, let's get to a mid week top story. 2 it's been revealed about the french president was among more than a dozen high profile figures who may have potentially been sniff done via is really develop phone spyware. it's according to a new report on the pegasus hacking,
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to buy a group of investigative journalists, r t. charlotte duban sky has been looking at the ripples being caused by the revelations. well, these latest leaks from the pegasus project has caused a huge scandal hearing problems after its been revealed. the president, a manual call may have been one of those individuals who was targeted by intelligent services, not just him, but 15 members of his government from 2019 rules said to have had the numbers on this list of data that has been leaked to those who were targeted now this software, which was developed by in israeli group, basically allows an effective phone to be open to anybody who wants to look at the data on it. they can turn the microphone on or off so they can record conversations . that means they can look through messages or not occasions,
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such as what's up or even i message. if you have an apple phone and of course streamed through the phone and pick up any data that they might need. now not only does it seem that president might call, and some of his government ministers are targeted, but even that close relatives and spouses, for example, it's reported that the wife of the former french prime minister edward felipe was also targeted with this spite software. now this is just the tip of the iceberg, because in france, we understand that around a 1000 individuals were targeted that includes human rights, activists, politicians, and journalists who were spied on by intelligent services from countries such as morocco. now this list even include the human rights activists. hearing france, dominique, seminal, she do mean you could human. the fact that dominic seminar was spied on means that almost all important journalist and all editor offices in france could be spied on
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. that's what's important and it's not just why it's happening. this means that absolutely any information can be leaked. this is a violation, not only a fundamental rights, but also most importantly of confidentiality. it also appears that a several media editors of papers have fronts may also have been targeted by this software. and as a result, the parents, prosecutor, has opened up investigations to look at that data breach. all in the wilson 50000 numbers was said to be part of that breach. they include not just president mack on his ministers in his government, but also the south african precedent and the prime minister of pakistan as well as military chiefs and diplomats from some 34 countries across the globe. so this really is a massive breach of security. now any so group, which is the group behind this software, is adamant that it did not sell the software and it's not being used maliciously
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by state actors. and it's so a group firmly denies false claims made in your report, many of which are uncorroborated theories. the re serious doubts about the reliability of your sources as well as the basis of your story. it's also said that president mack quote, was not a target of 8 customers even though his number appears on the list. they say that that doesn't mean it's conclusive that he was spying. but you can imagine that president michael and his government ministers as well as all of those who so fall had details revealed in this possible huge hack of phones will be incredibly worried and all probably changing their telephones at this moment. charlotte davinsky taking us through that in the latest episode of our team going underground show wiki likes editor in chief,
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kristen robinson says he is amazed. the stories only gaining traction now as the scope of these private spy companies was exposed. years ago, we did to point out the seriousness of this business 10 years ago, almost december, 1st 2011. we can publish internal documents exposing the incredible scope for these privatized spike companies. and they were offering to this particular gm's and targeting act in his political opponents. and i'm generally in 2011 when the duty i'm a silence was a long scene. this publication, another press conference at city university in that story got very little fraction that trivia. and i was very surprised at the time because it was such a strong revelation. strong story,
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but it has taken 10 years now to maybe reach pollution. maybe people are now ready to upset the fact that these are by tools that they can be carrying. but it is the commercial surprise to, to us. we can and other story to bring you today with inflation in the u. s. hitting a 13 year high. people are quickly feeling it in their wallets. a new poll said 88 percent of americans surveyed are worried about the disproportionate increase in living costs. president biden though, claims that hasn't come as a surprise to him. it's certainly having little impact on his spending plans. our experts believe in the data shows that most of the price increases we seen are, were expected, and expected to be temporary. nobody suggestion is unchecked inflation on the way.
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no series of times. let's check that no one checked inflation claim. now if you have a car, it costs you twice as much to run it as it did last year. your prices have double your daily breakfast now comes with an 8 percent price site. as the cost of milk, bacon and fruit have gone up. on top of that, you've got consumer prices that have hit their highest amount since 2008. now, despite the presence assurances, america's working families already being hard hit by the pandemic are starting to feel the pinch. the groceries are definitely and also the rents are also going up and just household items, making serious progress to ensure that it works the way it's supposed to work for the good of the american people. while construction material is out of this world, somebody's making some good money, and i think it's because joe biden, we could help families in small businesses, whether the ups and downs or as the economy recovers. i don't buy anything when asked me what the, wherever me give it says nowadays i, i truly, truly don't look,
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we brought this economy back from the brink. now biden refuses to hear those voices, perhaps he'll listen to those within his own party labor market tightness, behavior of housing markets, and asset prices all rising in a more concerning way than i worried a few months ago. this raises my degree of concern overheating scenario. there are huge uncertainties, but the focus of concern now should be on overheating. and if that's not enough to change the president mind on the economy, perhaps this comparison is the wakeup call he needs. the u. s. isn't the very bad position from a long term point of view. i don't see how these can and well, when we're running now, budget deficits, something like 15 percent of g d p. this is beginning to look a little bit like a latin american con, printing and spending money like there is no tomorrow, as pretty clearly got people concerned. biden gave the excuse to spend is necessary to tamp down and station, which is ridiculous,
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has nothing in common. you can't stop the consequences of monetary printing by doing even more monetary printing, which is what it means to spend this level of money. and the fact is that biden, and all of his advisors and the political party that he represents, are big spenders, and they want to spend more money. they think that the u. s. government can go into infinite amounts of that, that there's no limits whatsoever. they really believe this by mature is us. the problems are just temporary, but perhaps it's a bit like the pandemic and the economic aftermath. it's a bigger problem than was 1st thought. but it seems to be a problem that biden's apparently incapable of recognizing. caleb martin r t new york one american who certainly isn't having to tighten his belt right now is amazon funder. jeff pays off the 1000000000 ers being rocketing off, even foster month inflation rate to reach space. but the thanks he gave to his
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employees and customers for funding his dream. lead to claims of exploitation for more head to our website, r t dot 12 people helping killed and more than 10000 evacuated to safety after devastating floods had china's hand on province. thus, the center of the country on choose they, the region has been del, used with its heaviest rains. in decades, dozens of cities have seen massive disruption to transport services. numerous trains services are cross hand on a major hub in central china of been suspended. the severe flooding also cause the huge exclusion, an elementary implant after a nearby river burst its banks, the waters reacted with chemicals. the site well from flooding in china to draw it and blazes in russia where more than one and
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a half 1000000 hectares of forest has been consumed by raging wildfires in the northeast. yet to tear region more than 50 towns and villages have been blanketed with choking smoke, emergency services, volunteers, and locals are all bustling to bring the flames under control. around 2000 people, 300 vehicles have been deployed. mariah garcia has been looking at the scale of the tragedy. wildfires in just one russian region have consumed an area that is larger than jamaica or more for that group. and full cost aren't good. it's hot, it's dry and it's burning. ah, the, the
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to put it far out, you have to, you have to get to it, which is a problem. given the vastness of rushes force firefighters, are literally parachuting into the far zones to join the efforts. the government is sending more and more resources and manpower and vehicles and fire fighting across to combat the inferno. but local activists said, still not enough that reaching out internationally for help. they've even of leonardo dicaprio for assistance. okay. i've heard you, i and my management will look into it. then we will talk with your story in charge to see how we can be of help. siberia is dying now. also very hopelessly help. can you post on your official page about 5 in siberia, please. okay, i'll fix a meeting with my management. thank you very much. leah siberia loves you. the
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activists to publish the exchange they the, the lead to that, but so far is, is, will already have the response. if we receive an official offer of help, then of course we would be happy if he came over and provided some assistance. but to be honest, i find it's hard to imagine what he can do to extinguish the awkward fires. sit in hollywood ability is always good. the more noise that people raise, the more attention that these fires will get. this is a perfect fall storm. historic heat leveled, lack of rain, dry force. all came together in these fires that have burned down thousands of square kilometers of ancient woodland and killed countless wild life. this is the taste of what's to come as the climate changes. because the overwhelming prognosis is the these 5 will rage worse and worse every saba, all over the world. i got this issue is mainly politicians and i'm not
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glad, but some of them don't know where you green iis on the way bridging the divides are teeth. it's done with the russian ambassador to the us to get his view on the existing risk opportunity between multiple washington. what he has to say a little later in the program. the when alex seem wrong. when old school, just don't the rules. yes to shape out the same because the after an engagement equals the trail, when so many find themselves will depart and we choose to look for common
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ground the the the the the the ah ah, the ah, hello again, the skies on the outskirts of moscow humping roaring to the side of the latest in
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evasion technology. that is because the mux international or show is in full swing hundreds of companies for more than 50 countries are showcasing not just current developments, but offering a glimpse of what the future may bring your chart teeth. you leash up of all of russia's main aerospace exhibition. the max ation salon open the stores for the 15th time with many and shows getting cancelled because of the pandemic. marks has become the highlight of the world ation calendar. therefore hundreds of companies from 56 countries are participating, presenting their latest developments. one of the most anticipated debbies of marks 2021 isn't use quite a jet set to take to the skies in 2023. it's called the check made. this is a 5th generation supersonic aircraft with a single turbo jet engine. if he's a younger brother of the 357, find the jets but smaller, lighter, cheaper,
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in terms of production and maintenance. but if his healthy it has in turn a weapon phase and a very impressive payload, whole company, and they will call it a plain, it's an architecture, meaning that potential buyers, international buyers in particular, will be able to order a plane they need for that particular purposes. according to the planes design, is they y'all in developing a 2 seat and unmanned versions of the jet? the, the plane is high speed. it has the speed of mach $1.00, which is about 1900 kilometers per hour. it's as powerful weapons, you can carry more than 7 tons of payload the, the bombs missiles, but they will have a cannon installed. so it's a fairly powerful aircraft and at the same time it's light. it has one engine. well, that reduces the range of its flight, but still another important achievement of russian aircraft manufacturers is the
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medium whole m. s. 21 aircraft was domestically produced, p d. 14 engines. just a couple of years ago, this plane was flying with american pross and the weekly engines. and nowadays, the russian made units lifted plain into the sky during demonstration flights. regarding b, m. s 21. we the pratt and whitney engine, you saw one such airplane flying with it today, and we have the russian p, d. 14 engines. there will be 2 versions, one with russian components and another with imported parts. we do these deliberately, so let customers, especially foreign ones, have a choice. the super chair, $100.00 is the original short and medium hole passenger plane that has rated been on the market for a decade. and the demand is high. as 3 domestic airlines have signed contracts to buy hundreds of new planes, making the supercharger, one of the principal aircraft for regional transportation. we wouldn't know what
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received the danger. kosky clearly shows the russian ation has great potential for development. and our aircraft industry continues to create new competitive aircraft . domestic airlines are receiving new super jet airliners and in the near future than you master aircraft will. and the service, it seems like russian engineers pay a lot of attention to the development of new types of engines. hybrid engines, in particular, powered by a tricity and hydrogen electric engines are being developed to power small planes and helicopters. all the new technologies will help reduce harmful emissions, making flights more eco friendly. you lash up all of our asi, you know, the story that's got a lot of people interested today are known. creative writing course in the u. k. is to drop the works of shakespeare and teach students that english is the language of colonialism. the move has been ridiculed with many branding moves simply anti academic. apparently, some students at the university of east anglia complained that the course was
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dominated by white male authors. so now a new module will focus on quote, the emergence of modern english from a multilingual medieval society, and it's colonial expansion, translating nuts entitled, writing across borders. it's, i mean the consist of authors board in africa, asia, and south america. we ask people in the u. k for their thoughts to me, everybody must bring their own stuff to thanks to chase. this is imposing on people to on it and basically banning it it tends to shit because if you think some of the attitudes don't correspond to your own, essentially short term isn't completely misguided obviously that each of them might find it offensive. well, that needs to be addressed. who do i want to go to that that would be a big mistake. the fact is that the place were written when they were in time to
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they were and i think that people, i think people are big enough to be understand what kind of a time wouldn't be. it wouldn't right like that today. i don't think sort of effectively dumbing down, but nobody, nobody able to process the information themselves. i don't think that's progress. the university sees the changes mean, it's now offering a diverse curriculum on will improve the quality of education. students study extensive literature, the of it from around the world, including the publications of their own award winning graduates. but talk radio host, john gaunt, isn't habnet, you know, see sangria some of the top in the world did that creative writing course. so they'll actually attacking their own needs just seems to me to be deaf. of course, let's make sure the syllabus has writers from other ethnic backgrounds. let's make
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sure we show it's in its whole clarity. but the idea is the you stop by counseling . shakespeare no, or that you counsel white male writers. how does that help any one? you can't just cancel it and pretend shakespeare didn't exist. i mean, they would never do this in some way, like crumbs with the molly? this is council culture outage. worse is woke agenda and the students need to basically get a life you can learn from the classics wolf. so no, no, not necessarily by studying the merchant of venice. for example. think that every didn't. there is acceptable. course you don't, you look at it in the whole and that's what needs to happen. we want our kids to get education. not indoctrination, don't we? it's fur to say relations between russia and the us have seen better days. but how bad actually are they?
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well, in an interview to rti, the russian ambassador to washington anatoly and thomas has been giving his insights into the existing riffs the opportunities as well of exist between nations . here's what he had to say. for us in just only economic projects and mapping more and less that could be configuration between for example, united states and russian federation. and he got the price of that. so, but i don't understand why we should use political tools to, to press on anybody to get some advantage. it seems to me with duty, it's back to my american fans administration. i would like to say that it's competition on international markets and we don't want to see such
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matters. i discuss this issue as many politicians. sometimes frankly, i'm not katy, i'm not blind, but some of them don't know where ukraine iis, so i don't understand why it's important for united states. it seems to me that political figure, some politicians just only would like to use ukraine as their tool to press on the russian what i see today today we are, we see and lack of confidence and lack of trust between the united states and russia. i'm trying to, to find a day when russia has become an enemy or rival for united
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states. and it's rather difficult to see when it happened that it seems to me that there may be 10 years ago, but not when you create young crisis start, it goes without c to have a good relations between the united states and russia. it is the interest of the united states, people as well as russian prediction. we could say that we are doing full preparation. we are the main nuclear sea. we are permanent member social security council. we are special responsibility for peace. that's why we have no time to quarrel. we have to do a lot of we have to fix many problems that we face today. we can, we, together, when we are together, we can so issue any program that we faced,
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rushes in boston or to the united states speaking to our team will not is wednesday stories are shipping up for now. i'll keep the updates coming again few at the top hope you can join even. this is where the the ah, the eastern half of the united states were going to have billions, if not trillions of periodical cicada is interacting with tens of millions of human beings in their back yard. oh,
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my god. obviously some of the cicadas do not have very high tolerance for alcohol because they are already passing out of minutes. 400 i mean that's very satisfying. and my name is jason. whenever you can plug it in or you think you remember me can been searching the river. it was pretty obvious. he had muddy boots on his arrogant. he was sitting there like this with his muddy boot and you know, flicking mud all over the floor. and he just like he was king of
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the world wanting thought he was aggressive even at that time as far as as how he was we handled himself kind of got that feeling that he was searching for a criminal and that's when he told me that my son was a drug dealer you you're here for next semester and she kind of told us that he wasn't just using marijuana that he was actually selling it on campus. and he had a felony against him and they haven't charged him with it yet. but he was pending to all these deliveries. they took place on campus, both their house. so they're on and then he told us that
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andrew was a competent, short form. it asked for you to do is to do some buyers for me that were you that to where wire you have to go buy marijuana. i didn't even know what that was and i had no idea what he was. even talking about what that meant. me each individual we do, we have to do to deal. okay. so you got to thinking, well this is susan andrew. how can he, how can this talking about the same guy? i mean, just the agent, whoever told us that they believed or he believed that he, andrew was on the run because he had to make these buys by may 1st and you'd only done half of them. you don't check.


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