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oh, beautiful jewelry and how about the automobile again for mag, you know what money laundering is? highly regal copier correct spot because of the ok, this is the thing right now in france. protest raging for a 3rd weekend straight with people venting their fury at cove. it help passes a mandatory vaccinations. right now. people marching on the streets of paris and as you can see, the 2 gases out from the police are also angry. what they see isn't on phones. uncle at the front becomes the only you country know the exempted from corona virus quarantine rules in the u. k. we have
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people in paris for that goes on the move thing is political. there's nothing else that has anything to do with relative myers. i do think that it's pretty ridiculous they shouldn't single out certain countries over other countries, and the anger boils among healthcare workers in england, who said that they're offended over proposed 3 percent pay rises, rewards for their efforts during the pandemic that as it's revealed, civil servants have been handed to thousands of towns small during the covert crisis. hoping hands for a very worthy candidate. we meet the 3 year old boy. his life is being at hand through the thesis made by a specialist rushing company. ah,
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good evening grain have you with it? this is auntie international by let's start in france is lots going on. the people are out on the streets for 3rd weekend in the protesting hell passes a mandatory vaccination. the crowd in the capital in pretty touchy mood, is already been classes with right officers. the news so that was then, and this is the scene in paris right now and things haven't really improved. as you can see, the crowds even gotten bigger, and just a few months ago, we saw the live pictures of what was pretty clearly guessing. use guessing, employed by the right place to go buy hands for with some considerable crowds.
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we've gathered those all protests were unhappy about the health pass that help us coming in from august 9th, which will be required to visit numerous public places. restaurants also long distance public transport. you want to go want it. you're going to need to help us to qualify. the french public would need to be inoculated or recently tested negative for coven mandatory vaccinations of being introduced for health work is with some hospital work is striking over that decision. and the unhappiness in france isn't stopped by the french also have another coby related dr. his direct to the truck, the channel, the brits, the occasion you cobra travel rules have been slammed by french officials as being discriminatory and incomprehensible. this is after london announced fully vaccinated travelers from the e u in us they would no longer have to koren teen upon arrival in england,
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except that is for those coming from france to charlotte davis. k has more about the continental divide. you could almost hear the cry craw syrup when i was, and i were helping reunited people living in the united states and european countries with their family and friends in the u. k. from 2nd august at 4 am. people from these countries will be able to come to england from an ember country without having to quarantine if they're fully faxed. i and others cried out until the roll that inconvenience back to the wrong to the european country not to be included to angry citizens. ridiculous of francis excluded anyone traveling back from through france this weekend will up the current thing. while most of the you and us will not have to for monday, the rules for france are based on period political tit for tat. that is shameful
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and to disgrace. where not people from this countries where u. k. national score desperate to c l families whom we haven't seen for a very, very long time. we are students trying to get back to uni. french politicians are also fuming a decision while the old pension 6, the best one is on this decision has no scientific foundation, and it's discriminatory towards the french another absurd announcements. quarantine for the fully vaccinated from lille, but not brussels paris, but not miami honesty but not geneva montpelier, but not barcelona. vaccines work. give those who are protected against cove. it the freedom back word on the street is, is called decision thing is historically, i think it's political, it's nothing else. it has anything to do with reality or myers? well, that's pretty new. and i think it's a political issue where ordinary people were not into politics,
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would like to go to the united kingdom without any problems. it's not fair think it becomes pretty clear that there may be some kind of political agenda on the table. i'm not entirely sure how fond the u. k. government is of my calling and have policies, but maybe it's retaliation for something i couldn't really tell you. i think it definitely has that political ties and i do think that it's pretty ridiculous. they shouldn't single out certain countries over other countries. so why was fraud singles out? earlier this u. k. government announced you travel car due to the u within, unexpectedly placed additional restrictions on those coming via from the u. k. says it was concerned about the prevalence holes, the b to very intense. now this, i'm the plus category, mid tens of thousands of holiday makers had to cancel plans pretty much last minute and that many scratching their heads with 6 to see if it was mostly football which is excessive. and frankly, it is in comprehensive or from
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a health point of view. we were at times in a difficult health situation in france. we understood that, but no other european country is obliged to quarantine by the u. k. and less than 5 percent of cases in france are of the b to variance. the better variance covers only 9 percent of cases in france and keeps declining in paris. it's 3 percent. but this point we're pleased to see, since we check the data given that much from says i speak to rate is based on levels in some of its overseas territories, thousands of miles away in the indian ocean. not on the mainland to hearing from. you can government is sounding fun, the better very, and it is not just as has been reported on the island, thousands of miles away. it was also an issue in particular in northern france. so it has been an overall concern with no change definitively side. fully vaccinated, travel is just like myself heading to the u. k. a for the pay, hundreds of pounds,
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a piece, your son to isolate for up to $10.00 days. see you on the other side. so no on the euro, so they will check that go the new or the 1st one, but i have the negative proof of test. the 2nd one, re checking that as well as my id. one is normally what you'd expect to go through at the french checkpoint and then getting to the british checkpoint, they not only re check for the good times that i have that negative certificate. they also check that i had to fax in folks. they also checked my passenger located form, which is the one that shows where i'm going to my slate because i've also booked with day and 8. and there was a reminder, as i left, i must place like 40 heavy stuff i've arrived in london. and now i face up to 10 day,
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you being locked up. although i am free to have an overnight say on route to my final destination, which makes a little bit of a move career of the rules. given that if i had a not the very just could be 19, they would be plenty of opportunity to spread it. and they do feel that this is a bit of a slight punishment. and i'm sure of the people coming from france will feel exactly the same, particularly on monday when the regulations of the you repeat control. so those are falling back will be relaxed. even ministers in the u. k, it's still all giving the reasons that fraud is being single that but for the moment the rules, all the rules and it means i'm not the look for up to 10 days. no reason why i should should be the only country in continental europe to be, to have this exception, especially if you look at the incidence of coven cases in spain, which is going up sharply neurologic to the fact that the french should be
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ostracized, and discriminated against compared to the neighbors, one of the many, many, many of bricks that negotiations. and i think it's because britain felt, but france was incredibly hard line in a mega shaking, correct that. 2 it wanted to be difficult as possible, and the president mccall has used all of the arguments to show how being outside europe is about things. so the british resentment lead out of france has not been playing tic, felt that a huge kick in the teeth that so in a chess work is in england of slum day, proposed 3 percent pay increase to reward medical staff for their efforts in battling cove. it dozens of furious nurses and health care employees march down the streets on friday to vent, durango the
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the, the i was. 2 on the, on the the, the 3 percent pay rise offer comes after the government took flack over. it's one percent proposal made back in march. that was described by unions that the time is insulting and effectively pay cuts in real terms when factoring and inflation. he's always been looking at the contrast between the front line workers have been rewarded compared with those close to to power it's been a tough year for emergency services or post. well the u. k. been no different with frontline health care staff bearing the brunt of the pan demik. many of the large, decoded thousands of others face mental health strains. one of the physical consequences of working long,
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stressful hours. while these 9 workers fight for better wages, the bureaucratic bosses in the civil service or in lights receive tens of thousands of pounds in pay rise. and according to the latest figures released by the home office. and i just thought i left an impress like the kind of society that victories want to create, which is for the rich and how full and ordering pre huffing. i mean, how down in this country in the public, but also from the private i think it was offered use of our services. probably we've all learned that it's one rule for them. and another rule for us. and they keep that dr. throat. i think it's shameful. initially the government, often nurses, doctors and paramedics, a one percent rise to this is rates a 3 percent off to an independent pay review. but these work could say that they still amount to a real terms pay cut when inflation is factored in. down the whole had even know about everybody
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can watch it on the saw know how to pay. right. and then we can pay right. 100 health workers died in the last year. they getting a real time pay cut. the pay rise have been offered is less than the inflation in the relays, and i couldn't get a proper crate. right. they're not going to fill the empty, empty vacancies. and yet it's not just and it just off police officers any more than $24000.00 a year. been slack to the pe freeze while those ending below that are given 250 pounds, an annual ride. again, taking inflation into account, but amount to real time pay free for police officers. and so the lead to the police federation and union to declare the lack of confidence in home secretary for itself . we often hear the home secretary praise police officers, but our members are so angry with this government. they have been on the phone line of this pandemic for 18 months, and we will now see the public service has given pay increases while they received
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nothing. as the organization that represents more than 130000 police officers, i can say quite categorically, we have no confidence in the current home secretary. i cannot lose my colleagues in the i and do nothing. while the government sets aside 250000000 pounds for a new job, but it says it can't find the money to pay nurses and doctors more. it makes the notion of the nation all being get it together in a time of crisis. ring hollow for many in real terms, pay in d n a. now it's done at the level less than in 2010. we have real difficulties with recruitment and retention, which are worse because of the pan demik. a lot of stuff reporting, feeling exhausted, depressed, feeling undervalued, and not likely to stay if they couldn't find alternative employment.
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when the n h s is still struggling with the demick, has a math back to to do it over 5000000 patients waiting could treatment where there are major new non such as long code, which is a really serious condition, which is going to put extra strain on another world news turkeys battling wildfires with russian plains, helping to put them out tend to draw conditions, and strong winds are fanning the flames. they're going to otherwise declared. the worse to there is disasters often may be to blame for people have died. dozens of villages and hotels along the coast have been evacuated elsewhere. 11 uns also battling rapidly spreading while far we fall into his helping. 5, just for a 3rd day straight. the flames of destroyed pine forests and a threatening residential areas in the north. tragically, a teenage volunteer,
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hope flies you all in bangladesh. it's floods that are causing devastation monsoon rains and land slides cutting off them 300000 people in villages across the se 20 people has perished. the flash floods of all the refugee comes displacing thousands of ra hinge muslims. the heavy rains of forecast continued. deborah stella had policeman's best friends or a poor substitute for the real thing on the beach with the robo call the dogs of hawaii coming up after the break. ah so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy going from station let it be an arms race is on often very dramatic developments. only
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personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical of time. time to sit down and talk rather driven by dreamers shaped by those in me i think we dare to ask me ah
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ah, the life of a 3 year old boy from bella, luce has been made a lot easier after a russian technology company stepped in virginia was born without a fully developed. however, rapid technological advances mean he's now been printed and you, one of the cisco taylor's been following the extra ordinary developments. 03 d printing is the future. i can't count how many times my car died. i thought ok fine and you can print how's a shoe gone even if you want to propose and he's a bit of a tech on the job like me. i thought it was a bit of you know, like i'm to gotcha. we don't really need, but then i heard about a little boy whom a 3 d printer isn't a catch it, but a game changer that's going to help transform his life the
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3 year old. so i knew hydro pay joke, meaning it never fully developed as little to no function that johnny thought 2 years ago when his mother turn to macarthur, a most group based company. how advanced percentage of this level just don't exist in that culture banner, us the most hopeful imitation of the function for boys love to buy fil structures. and when not much money. we saw me justin. there are still moments ration to stormy eyes and he feels that he has some limitations. so you can see that i have to hand, for example, when we play at least a game, when you know he'd at least to him home. and while he tries to delete,
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not you just want us on live happening with every opportunity. she also hopes you can protect him on the videos of other children who have already prophetic, what they were boys, i wonder than vanya, who were already go to the central refuse to play with them. because their hands, when the point i see perfect, all the kids suddenly became interested thing we want one to i having crowd funded the money and gone through, breaks the fun. yes. here to finally try on keep to growing so far. every year on you will have to get a new one each time. what will happen, whatever device one this time or adult for months now, enough to show things on your video. trying to tell him what to head, to worried, how to react on the moon to, to apply. so again, an employee of the company who understands better than anyone and what you will
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feel cuz i don't buy it for moral support. right now the bias, the question i have, i really like there's usually a little words the late to told me that the goal is not just to enable people, but to change the way they think about themselves to become as they say, cyber heroes. well, home, somebody conduct land, that's what it's very important for us the recipients and also takes part designed a bit. we can choose a color or a picture. these are very important children. a small child doesn't from the time why they need to proceed when he or she gets involved in designing, it becomes part of the depletion with and i can then walk around showing off the table and say what i got just feeling better about themselves. so they say, well, we cool kids, little girl superheroes, and don't pity themselves, like we often when the people also start looking them in a more positive way. and that's very important that i knew
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a lot of that process happens at a site, a couple of columbia to the way where a team of specialists was making that individual they truly feel like and at the core of it all 3 again, the 3 d modal safari and feed them into the printer once applauded, render warm up and then automatically start working for shortest crimes to take 6 to 7 hours long. this 64 hour window after that would take the container with the parts and pass them through the workshop. the parts are taken out and mechanically cleaned with a brush, and then they get blasted with compressed air glass upgrade was the parts are ready priming their center. our paint shop or the otter coating is
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applied in their book of business. and when we, when people but today it's impossible to madison to design here without printing of percentage because we can customize each units is made for new persons only missed factoring processes alone, inexpensive portions, or if it's made in traditional methods. 3 d printing is the real thing for providing the durable material and slide show that breaks is the ideal solution, should probably need an editing nothing about me. so i'm ready to, to be on a moment, so filled with really happy family,
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not one of our in the room with me . when you meet people like vanya, you realize that developing technologies like this on just a cool. they can also be life changing this morning. vanya woodcock, and he couldn't hold a portal in his right. he couldn't get dressed himself. now he's heading home with more capabilities and his mother could probably ever have dreamed about. he's been given the ultimate helping hand to live the full life of the he so dissolves all thanks to a team. he's a mission. it is to make people feel like slight heroes and a 3 d printer police in hawaii been accused of banking up the wrong palm tree with their latest innovation. robotic dogs have been at least on the streets of the us state. initially they'll be trying to scan homeless people for
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coven, the cops hoping they can teach these new dogs, new tricks on the center, the story onto americas. trinity chavez. meet spot, the latest member of the honolulu police department, the 4 legged so called robot dog by boston dynamics is there with his officers navigate through certain situations amid the corona virus pandemic, see, prior to covert officers would do in person interviews with people at the cities corona, virus screening sites for homeless, but sometimes officers would have to coordinate for 14 days because of possible exposure to the virus. police say having spot around will eliminate all that risk person will ask for the alaska water in the last for masters. these are all things that we had to do, face to face with someone and with the fluids through the robot. and i was the reason for the reason for it was to eliminate the honolulu police department spent about $150000.00 in federal pandemic relief money to buy the machine from boston dynamics. it use this technology that scans your i to make sure you don't have a fever, helping ensure the health of officers and will be used at
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a government run tent near the airport. it's just like like a gun or a chair or any kind of tool. and just because the way it looks the way it moves it's new, but while the bought can help, officers approach potentially harmful situations. assessing scenes before sending an officers privacy watchdogs, warm police are rushing into purchasing these gadgets before settling safeguards against aggressive invasive. the humanizing uses earlier this year, a robot dog became part of the new york police department and after fierce backlash from advocates saying, the technology represents over militarization. the n y p d cancelled its contract with boston dynamics in april, 4 months before it was set to expire. now all the n y p plays chairs, criticism for using the robot. the hon. little police department says the public response so far has been positive. but experts do say the increased usage of robots among law enforcement is concerning, especially without any real mandates in place for when and how they would be used.
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reporting in new york, trinity chavez, r t. as though masking the truth when it comes to covert face coverings in the us because those chance similarly on the side was best 1st. it was all on for everyone. but then for the double vaccination was off and now its own again. and if you're confused, you're not alone in the max or max. ah, ah, ah, okay. okay. you know where the where
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the losing or? ah, ah, ah said joe, don't wear a mass. we're a mass core to mass been mass golf. we were wanting around here. speaker come down or 10 o'clock in the morning thing we got to where map i have these things. we are absolutely sick and tired of it. so the american people, ah, ah, ah, ah,
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and then perhaps it up for this and join me for more in 30 minutes. the. oh right now, there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or obese. it's profitable to sell food that is fatty and sugary and faulty and addicted. not at the individual level. it's not individual willpower. and if we go on believing that will never change as obesity epidemic, that industry has been influencing very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment, ah, what's driving the corporate me ah,
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i'm trying are, this is the kaiser report, you know, we've been right for so many years and there's just so many ways to demonstrate how we've been right. charged graph stations by various experts, including ourselves, se, se, graphically, what are we talking about today? well, we have some charts here to show you what has happened after 50 years of fia. if you see my eyes are a bit runny, i have had some giggling fits as i look at these charts. i don't know why, but it's giving me the giggles of 50 years of fi. i remember 971 august 15. richard nixon slammed shut the gold window. it's known as the nixon shock. and i'm going to look at this 1st chart here. 50 years later, it was the shortest recession ever. so that little recession we had from february 2020 to april 20. 20 was just 2 months. it's
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a short recession in history. and i thought, you know what.


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