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it is spectacularly devastating people's lives. we have committed suicide, but left behind norwich, the explicitly state that it was the constant intimidation and billing by bank officers that late them to i took the spear obscene these people up nor sold relatives of u. k. cobra, victim, voice, their anger, the government soft, parliamentary inquiry finds grave mistakes, led to thousands of preventable death. we've got to stop letting these born to rule a private, sleepy run, things they don't understand. why is it we allow the prime minister, the master? no common sense to run a serious on dennis german city of cologne gives the green light to broadcasting
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woodland coals. to prayer, to move is divided opinion there. i think this very great is wrong. i think religion is something personal. it's nice multiculturalism. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all got great. even thousands a flight to cancel by southwest airlines over the last few days, while pilots file for the junction block mandatory covert vaccines for the carriers . 56000 employees. the company insisting this lunchtime, though there's no connection. ah, just one of the afternoon here in moscow, so very good day for me, kevin. i will. this is aunt international come and she alive. my world news age q, half an hour, a news coming up then this 1st not a covered stories around today, a damning parliamentary inquiry claims. the you. k guzman gravely mishandled its
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initial response into the covert. pandemic sayings. thousands of deaths could have been prevented. senior officials repeatedly avoided every opportunity to apologize despite the anger of those who lost their loved ones. i got disgrace, they didn't listen and also they didn't think about the lives they thought about money. they for about the business contract and they didn't close. the board is simply just letting people die, a 100000 people today and on. it's called corona virus. lessons learned to date, and it finds that number 10, delaying the locked down back in march of the 23rd and 2020 was one of the most important public failures in the history of the united kingdom was still the government's handling of the pandemic actually led to 20000 unnecessary deaths, but a capital minister unfortunately, was unable to refuse or even try and apologize for those claims. came to start when
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apology thought i would have thought, well, no, we followed the scientific advice we. we followed the scientific advice we protected the n h s. we took the decisions based on the evidence before. but of course we've always had with something so unprecedented as the pandemic there will be lessons to learn. so it's sort of very gracious look there from stephen box in a cabinet office minister who actually ends up very into the refuse to apologize some 11 times. but looking deeper into this reporting question, it's quite hefty. it's a 150 pages long and almost a year ago to date was when it was 1st established. when this inquiry really began . now they looked at many key areas, including the preparedness for pandemic, social distance thing, social can impact on certain communities. plus, of course, the vaccines as well. well, it's an incredibly traumatic and triggering day for many, for instance,
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my best friend who lost her mother during the pandemic to close it. and she's incredibly furious the government for its handling of the pandemic. but she certainly are not alone, this thousands of bereaved families up and down the country. finding this report a very. a difficult read and date so i lost my grandfather and his best friend is when the next day. so my family have had our family have changed from it, but this, this isn't a personal and you know, some kind of emotional trauma. however, the government want to go around. 3 you know, treating pandemic in the future. i think this is a big society wake up. we've got stall letting these on to rule, straight out a private school. people run things. they don't understand. why is it that we allow prime minister or not? so, you know, common sense to run serious and then it actually everything is down to
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them. and when you look at the very beginning, this is, well i've heard immunity. now we're not where the bees on the plane. it's not right to let the sick in the old fall behind. and if that's the kind of shoot the government entered with, we cannot be surprised at so many of die. it just stands to reason that this is exactly what they expected and they really don't tell. now, a whole barrage of a criticisms really came out in this report noting very quite big concerns, including access to p. p, the government much held track and tre, system, which fundamentally was flawed. also suggesting at the start of the pandemic bar, as johnson said that the care homes would not be affected. now, we know, in hindsight, they were actually the was effected. but the key is finding really dates back to some 20 months ago, that key date of march, the 23rd,
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when the united kingdom entered its 1st locked down. well, this report says, scientists were talking some 2 months prior to that about how ready the u. k. was in terms of dealing with upon demick of this scale, and actually all keys to the government acted far too slow. it is now clear that this is the wrong policy, and that it led to a higher initial death told them would have resulted from the more in fatty early policy in a pandemic spreading rapidly, an exponentially every week counted. while boris johnson, the prime minister and his government have always maintained throughout this pandemic, the policy is guided by the day to the science and always maintains that it just simply put policy into place by the evidence that was presented to it. it also says, is sticking by its promise of allowing a public inquiry into the pandemic. i'm the government handling of it as well, but that won't come until at least next spring. just to say that this very report,
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its aim is not to point the thing, those of blame, that is a quote within this report. but some already say there is only one direction of blame to point that finger and that is squarely at the government. so i've been saying the last couple of years is my great government. absolutely terrible job. and this is what happens when you have leaders in charge of nursing society. they don't know what they're doing. they didn't follow the science, they didn't listen to the expert and they didn't listen to other countries. that warner, someone like forest johnson time example of what is wrong in british politics. and i just feel if nobody stands up point out. this is dennis side. it's just something that someone has to stand up and say, because like i say in our, in our culture, so many people will just take it on the chin. not i think that taking on the chin is not something that this, you know, unprecedented situation deserves muslim. cause to prayer,
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behead across cologne and germany, off to local authorities. they gather approval for them to be broadcast over loud speakers on friday afternoons. city officials say the move is a gesture of respect. hello, central mosque has been a flash point for anti muslim sentiments before, but the man defended the decision. now. cologne is the city of religious freedom and diversity. those who arrive at the main train station a greeted by the cathedral and accompanied by church bells, medical and residence almost limps, allowing them. whereas in call is from a sign of respect. or 35 miles west in cologne will be able to play the cold for up to 5 minutes. the initiative comes as part of the agreement between cologne officials and the muslim community mosques. seating, seeking to broadcast, it will have to comply with some limits on volume though, and also notify neighbors in advance. some locals way ahead from there are divided by the decision. soon as i can,
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i think that is great because the muslim community is also included. this is also very nice for the muslims just as the choices ring about the most can also make the call to prayer. i think this very great all fallen thus herself. oh, it's nice for multiculturalism. germany says we are here. we also take care of muslims, which unfortunately some political parties don't do any more that it makes me happy when i hear it. it's a piece of home on the 1st place, felicity slim. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great. either. i live directly opposite, so i hear it all the time. the fact that you now have to listen to what is being said, but whether you want to hear it or not, i don't think it's the best thing. oh, that's if it is false. i think it's wrong. i think religion is something personal. you don't have to bar all the people around with it when they call out in foreign language, i think that's really bad because then the people don't know what they're actually saying. so it's
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a big issue. we put it up for debate. this fear of us not only in cologne is not only in germany, it is everywhere, unfortunately, in the name of their hijacking their base by checking the religion of islam and misusing it for their own cause. so this leads basically to to lack of trust. he's lamb is not the majority in germany. this, depending on which city you are still 90, percent of non muslims, muslims are part of this country and this society. so as other religious groups are represented in germany, the same way must them should also be able to be repaired, represent cologne, may miss andrea, who just are beat, who just delivered in a city who's asked boat in front of his land, bowed down and welcome vis demand into us for the phase demanded without asking the people that alone was officer doing anything. it's nothing new and away because
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it's basically what the constitution say's, i think. and if the relationship to the muslim community in cologne in the low place is good and then harmony can be there. you know, allow a bab has a certain history does not just alive greater but it became n b because of the g had. so it has a very negative history. this cause has a history of violence. you see the call of pears, not something like some magical saying or some magic, you know, we don't need it anymore. you muslims have watches now amended call of the worst thing comes from the 7th century, then people didn't have to watch it. basically, a tradition in islam where you praise the lord, praise a law, praise god, and you basically call people to the prayer. for next i had a lot of coaches stories about today. this is one of the vaccine rollouts being
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blamed for a disruption to air traffic in the us again today, one big airline counseling almost a 100 flights tuesday. i think the thousands that grounded in previous days, southwest plumbing the weather. but at this point to staff shortages after implemented vaccine mandates for all $56000.00 employees. keller, both in reports, chaos and airports across the country as flights from a major us airline. southwest airlines have been canceled. now this comes shortly after a move by the southwest airlines pilot association, the labor union that represents over $10000.00 pilots, that southwest airlines filed for a temporary block on a move to mandate vaccinations, federally mandated corona virus vaccinations. now they have filed a lawsuit against those mandatory vaccinations and they are asking for a block on the vaccinations until this lawsuit regarding us labor laws and how it
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applies to. these vaccinations can be resolved. many conservative and republican voices have spoken up and given a pretty strong view of how they see the situation. jo biden's, illegal vaccine, mandated work, suddenly was short on pilots in their traffic controllers. i stand with southwest airlines, employees who are fighting against these mandates. this isn't about the vaccine, this is about freedom. now the union was quick to step up and say that they were not responsible for the cancellation of these slides. this was not a strike. this is what they had to say. once a little hiccup occurs due to the internal processes, our pilots aren't getting to where they need to be. we have been sound in this alarm for about 4 years and have seen very little approach to correct in it. southwest airlines came forward and said that it was not a bad decision from the management. as the union alleged, it was rather weather conditions that caused the cancellation of thousands of flights. we experienced weather challenges in our florida airports at the beginning
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of the weekend. challenges that were compounded by unexpected air traffic control issues in the same region, triggering delays and prompting significant cancellations. now at this point, it seems the issue is close to being resolved, that people are looking at the current flight schedules and expecting the things will return to normal. but questions remain about what caused the panic and cancellation of thousands of flights. while elsewhere, new york health workers have temporarily been allowed to avoid mandatory vaccination against coven 19 out for a federal judge as extended in order for them to apply for religious exemptions. but it saves a protest against compulsory occupations to contribute. nicole house reports from that. oh, here outside of thurgood marshall court house where cambridge, the blasio was being held. michael kane is fighting for another injunction for all the teachers of new york, but specifically himself in 10 plaintiffs who were denied the continuation of the
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restraining order last week. and another court case, michael caine said he is optimistic that the judge will hopefully uphold justice to day. he said that the fight won't stop here and that he still has to prepare for what may come in the future. now people like michael caine said that they are unsure of how their family will proceed. our case is 10 plaintiffs who lost their jobs at this point are the majority of us are on unpaid leave because we would not get the cov id vaccine. and the majority of us also filed for exemptions, medical exemptions, religious exemptions, and the majority of us were denied those exemptions. we believe that the exemption process was fraudulent was a legal and unconstitutional. a lot of teachers and health care workers have said the same thing. harvey said that this is a hell we're dying on that every now and then you just have to take a stand. these protests are not something has only been happening to day. whatever day that i've been here, there has been a protests around the city and it said,
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this isn't going to stop any time soon until these mandates in. and what i'm finding here as a left is organizer is. it's almost kind of like a tower of babel culturally because there are christians, there are transfers, there are republicans, there are left, su, left the last year, people in just waking up many more teachers in health workers are coming in and even we think we're going to be getting police firemen. i think there's something important to note here. if you look around the crowd here, this isn't like a bunch of conservative way guys slept. we've been told by the mainstream media. there are people from what i said earlier, several different walks of life, black, white, asian, everything. and so there seems to be alyssa, misinterpretation if we're being charitable of the narrative, according to the mainstream media, we're waiting to hear. wow, the results of this injunction. it could come today. however, it could take until thursday to come through. but when michael came, comes out, we'll go ahead and ask him how he feels the injunction were proceed going for the
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children right now in new york are suffering and you see it and reports that are breaking all over the place. people from central, who haven't been with children ever, are now power professionals that are working with disabled children as if anybody can come in and fill these shoes. i know i have not been replaced at my job. i'm a special educator and there are children not receiving their services right now because of that. also quite fuck says around off to that one or 92 percent of the states health care workers have received at least one coven job. that's one of the highest rates in the country. the states governor backs the measures sag, is vital for combating the spread of the delta varies and keeping new york is safe . thanks for being with us. today's kevin, i wanted off see this hour. let me tell you about what's ahead. will moscow launch is free cove at testing across the city? in response to soaring numbers of daily cases just doesn't go away, as it will tell you, it rushes for the into the rest of the well to the big fight against calvin. we'll
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deal with it after the break. ah ah, when i would shoot seemed wrong when i'll prove, just don't hold me, you will have to sheep out. the steam becomes the african and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. hello, driven by dream shapes bankers and those with
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airs sinks we dare to ask a ah ah, again, under the shadow of a european power supply crisis than russian energy weeks underway. today's one of the biggest annual forms of its kind and a place with various industries can thrash out hope button topics like international cooperation. ellipse tank has got the invite that italian is covering it for us. well, it is definitely the crucial time for the energy sector and this kind of event for perhaps the timing 10. i'll be better because winter's coming,
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the cold season is just around the corner and we are hot on the heels of something that the some have a true energy prices in europe. we are beginning with an expert who can share a lot of thoughts. i hope where does that is angel wilkinson? secretary general of the world energy council angela. welcome, and thank you very much for joining me this morning. the pleasure to be care rush, reggie weight. has there really been a crisis? and what is the reason for these unprecedented spikes and prices? well, there's an energy crisis in many different parts of the world, china, for sale, europe, or it's not just in europe. and people are being taken by surprise, i think by a combination of 3 things. first of all, is the return of demand after the coffee, it 19 locked down. the 2nd part is around with extreme websites and whether
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winter's coming earlier or later, it's more extended. and the 3rd bit seems to be about skills and workforce planning . assure, teach the right skills to get energy from one place to another. so that in particular, does any of this have to do with the changes in the energy mix and with the desire by some of the countries to be very swift and changing, for example. and shifting to renewables, no one can predict what the shape of the energy system it's going to look like. but what we do know is it's going to be a much greater make a new chaos because people need energy, not just for heating and lighting. they need it to work and mobility, and we can't transition overnight from a fossil fuel and you keep base system to renewable energy. the oil and gas are needed for decades to come with what it comes to the many green initiatives that are being worked on in the european union. some focus on environmental programs and
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the desire by some of the countries, the governments and the players in the you to be more green than others. how does that affect the relations with russia? i'm going to find out from someone who is responsible for a project called the green initiative, or nest for lang gate, who is also the chairman of the energy committee at the association of european business. of course, europe and russia are linked by a strong historical trade relation in the energy exports of oil and gas, which cover, by the way, more than 40 percent of the federal russian budgets. it's very important. they supplier of gas and almost always stable. so we are happy in europe that we'd get the opportunity to receive that we, that's incredibly the way it moves in order to increase the level of social economical growth. that's very important. of course, this project is changing now europe. so renewables is coming up,
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a level of acquisition of buying oil and gas will be the reason it leads, especially oil and cold. and so we have to, for seen some potential change in terms of trade that change over energy. so these of course will impact on the relationship with russia. that's very important, but is not to possibly not happen very quickly. this transition would happen at nice time. nothing happens very short. if you see on the market that you mention, price of the gas has been incredibly wrap up, simply because you cannot freeze the level investment in the expiration and the expiration and production activity. otherwise the ones that are holding on the call with their situation. if you don't have stable supplier, of course, the price increases. what is the number one in green in your recipe to make sure that the turbulence in the markets that we've seen in the past week weeks doesn't
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come back. i mean by continuing to keeping their relation with the rush is very important. different potential supplier, we have from the notice we have russia for the show and we said very strong potential partner. and as usual, easter is saying strong supplier for energy in europe. so nothing change a reality. we have to end the day if i had the potential area of cooperation rush, that's very important. so i don't see any kind of specific. and let me say, travels in only to understand how to implement that project to where that between europe and russia on that green initiative, no sanction, we are willing. and our company's you, again, one is willing to corporate here with russia conference. well, it's a good news story from russia, not such a good. our next from a no rush is danny corona, virus infection and death rates are hovering near all time highs right now. with numbers in some regions, almost doubling in the last month. it appeared to try and curve the spread some regions of impose compulsory vaccination for certain categories of workers now, as well as those pesky q
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r passes for venues making an appearance. yet again. moscow, the most affected region is now launched free testing and 20 centers, including the city's largest shopping miles from where dmitri polk reports. we're here in the heart of russia's capital in moscow on the red square in the gloom department store. for a while, it's been a place where people can get vaccinated, but now it is also one of the 20 centers that gets out free express, coven tests. these centers are being opened up as cases in russia. continue to search in just the last few days. the number of new daily cases across the country has climbed to almost 30000 figures as high as last winter with most of them being in moscow. however, many medical experts think that this is actually reaching the peak and that these numbers is rising numbers and cases are actually due to more tests being readily and easily available. and that's kind of why the also thing that this could be signaling an end to the search. because the more tests, the more cases are confirm,
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the more people are treated and less people get infected. well, this is the actual test site in the room where people have been steadily flowing in throughout the day to get their free express tests. all they need to show is their passport or a child's birth certificate. meet doctor andre lashley go. he's overseeing this test site and is responsible for making sure everything goes smoothly, and that the necessary steps are taken in case of a positive result. experienced this year, this express task allows you to discover if a patient is potentially infected within 15 minutes or less, it's your other guy score to settle it so quick. how reliable is it ever so we, it's a special analysis allows you to get results in a short time and it's reliability is very high. nobody answers what is the result is positive, will another test occur? 3 of them business law of now, of course, from the express test results, we tentatively assume a patient is infected. therefore,
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all of those who test positive are additionally tested via the p c. our method. and after receiving the final results, we make a decision regarding treatment, or we decide to stop the self isolation which the patient and is to until the results are obtained well, time and take the test. hopefully no surprises. mm hm. and that's it. now i just got to wait 15 minutes and the results should be it. mm. well find find out by test results. monday with less, emer, my case or things simple. i'm healthy. i can carry on with my daily life now worrying about infecting anybody. so that's the test process, pre easy and reliable medical experts hope that this approach will lead to much more tests being done,
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which will lead to earlier detection and better treatments of the virus. and eventually that should result in a zip over the recent surge of cases across russia. is the theory, fingers crossed will keep you posted as chair ourselves up. finally show him, go to italy and see some pretty pictures from there. sorry, of an italian town that's been completely transformed into a film sets in sicily. it's a small fishing paula hosting the shoot for the latest installment of. wow, indiana jones. oh ah. ah ah ah ah ah
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ah ah, it's a beautiful story in enhanced your policy beauty that a whole city has been transformed from it's great, you know, that it will enable to follow to welcome many tours in the coming years. it's a wonderful advertise with, but i saw the film shoot up and i took a photo of it. it was quite exciting. we traveled with 5 hours by train. you see the production, and now i hope this again a soon. it's unique and really very beautiful. these are my 5th for that it would be usual for questions to sleep is something different and exceptional person before disgracing around with
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imagine that said harrison for walking down the street or on the cup coffee thus it so far. newsroom, you know, neil's here in half an hour on next programs and your part of the world coming up shortly. but for now reporting for moscow, kevin and the team signing off have a great wednesday for ah, ah ah ah me.

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