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ah, the breaking news to tell you about at least 3 people reportedly killed up. the government opened far in bay road protest against the judge leading the probe into the deadly blast of that hole there. last year with applause, bob was massive. we're going to be going there live in a moment, a local correspondence, gonna brief these recalls today, russia is not weaponized or intentionally. withholding gas supplies says the russian president, also expressing his willingness to increase the flow to europe while saying they got themselves into the crisis. in the 1st place, with the future of energy in the balance e. u state certainly want to brand new, clear power, and i was green and natural gas as the bridge to the renewable age. plus another news at texas judge blocks united airlines coven vaccine mandate for employees to
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file a federal lawsuit arguing against the company's policy. ah, today from russia. this is art international. kevin, over here at news h q. m. oscar with our latest is thursday, october. the 14th, as you can see, the ticket to and read this, this break in you to start with at least 3 people have reportedly been killed in beirut, when government open fire on supporters of sheer group has bella, who were marching at the time to protest the judge leading the probe into the deadly port city blast that hit that place in august last year, the military had been deployed to the scene as get the latest from beirut, linda plains, the local journalist. hey, linda. thanks for coming on. we've already see a lot of conflict media reports to today this, lunchtime, tell us as you know, what happened, they are closer to what's been going on. absolutely, the chaos continues in lebanon with
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a later series of protests that were held earlier today by supporters of amal and has bullock, who are protesting, having judge beside handling the case of the report explosion. now, it's important to know that this judge is the 2nd one that the source, as we call them here, are trying to overthrow. because every time he seems to want to interrogate importance, members of the government, there always seems to be blockages from the trying to prevent that investigation from leading answers possibly answers that could put them to shame. really? linda, thanks the uptake. come back to us like to keep us posted yet. local report. there are barrett linda to me know another story. we're across pretty unpleasant one. this one, the police in norway see say, the suspect in the series a bow and arrow killings on wednesday had converted to islam and that he'd come to
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their attention over signs of hello again. radicalization. the 37 year old danish man has been arrested and charged up to 5 people were killed and 2 injured in the town of comes berg, police of the town, some 2 kilometers. so 1st of all, the load is reported. the suspect was walking around randomly firing a bow and arrow. the area was cooled off with emergency services, including a helicopter deployed to the scene. and city hospital is put on stand by police play the suspect to the loan. they're investigating whether or not it was an act of terrorism. right, let's check out some of the news today. when from here, russia is not using gas as a weapon and is willing to supply even more if you're of asks, that's from him a potent the russian energy weak international forum. the russian president was out to dispel what he called false narratives about the country strategy on the global energy market. so close to seattle about as far as north stream to is concerned. what opponents of the project have claimed that this is not a commercially viable product and rushes pursuing geopolitical motivations. well,
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you know, this is yet another piece of nonsense. just please pay closer attention to what i'm saying on this route is 2000 kilometer shorter and quicker to our main consumers in europe than via you cranky, see 2000 kilometers more efficient. it's cheaper because transit is cheaper to do, and it's also cheaper for cost of virtue because the transit fee has to be included in the end price in particular for european customers. we are doing this despite our political differences. this year we have increased supply by 10 percent again that we would very much like them to be grateful. instead of only criticizing us more snowed, so any pets rank is set to russia's energy week. this is what came out a day one that in a bit more detail. first, a quick look into the context of lot of my food was latest remarks during the russian energy week. the global post coven power demand has been on the up. and that led to major changes in the supply chain,
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2 major disturbances and even shortages. now, the prices for natural gas futures in europe have absolutely skyrocketed. they went down a bit. but in the meantime, russia was being accused of politicizing the matter. and for years this country has been under fire for its infrastructure projects in the field, like the north stream to however, this crisis led to reassessment and this is what the russian leader has been talking about for a while. and he also brought up what he called mistakes and the european energy policy that led to the crowd now goes to the higher prices on gas in europe or consequence of a deficit of energy and not vice versa. and that's why you should not shift the blame over the last 10 years. step by step systematic flaws were introduced into the european energy system. and they lead to a massive energy crisis. for any market, debility and predictability are important. and russia flawlessly fulfills its
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contractual obligations to our partners, including our partners in europe. we, in short guaranteed uninterrupted gas deliveries to europe. we have every reason to believe that this year we will reach record levels of gas deliveries on the global market. when prices are volatile, when they're going through the roof, what can help with that extra supplies? president prudent said that there was not a single occasion when rushes energy joined gas from refused a request from europe for additional natural gas exports. and what mr. brewton was asked of straightforward question whether it moscow has ever used the energy sector as a political weapon. his answer was straightforward. no, want to ask you about it directly. has russia been using energy as a weapon? russia's not using any weapons. if you've been paying attention as for the economy, where are we using weapons in what conflicts are we taking part and for the economy? this is not something we tend to use. this is what i call
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a politically motivated talk, which there's nothing to support it. when it comes to saying that we use energy as some kind of weapon at the end of the day, i guess the question is, how can you expect europe to believe you're a reliable energy partner when you're not supplying that energy via the pipeline or supervision? you're a beautiful woman, but i'm saying one thing to you and you're saying a different thing to me as if you haven't heard what i said, mister president with what was the same point was you and you said that you are not supplying gas through pipelines to europe, but actually you are mistaken. you are mistaken. and all of those who feed on the information they receive, we are actually increasing our supplies to europe because prom increased supplies by 10 percent. and overall russia increased them by 15 percent. we have increased gas supply through pipelines by 10 percent and increased l n g supply by 13 percent . we are increasing that we're not decreasing our gas supply to europe. the number one ingredient in mr. perkins recipe for the volatility in prices. not to come back
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. any time soon, that is a long term contracts when gas prices aren't fixed, but they depend on the current market situation and the oil prices. by the way, what's a major cause for concern for us? some very important european politicians is the transit of russian natural gas through ukraine beyond 2024. well, lot of our putin said that russia is ready to keep that in place, as long as it knows how much gas europe is willing to buy in the future. i. e, he wants these long term contracts again. what russia ones is stability and predictability. so to make energy and gas or back on the menu in europe with many nations realizing they need something warm in their homes, that a wall now says winter covenant made the ongoing energy crisis. so in france, for instance, president microns failed,
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a long term plan that looks nice to diversify its green credentials and construct small modular nuclear reactors to supply power. call me the number one objective is to develop innovative small nuclear reactors in france by 2030 with better waste management. why put this 1st? because the 1st objective is the production of energy to produce power, especially electricity. france is lucky to have a historical model. we already have nuclear power facilities in place, tourney countries led by paris of appeal to the european commission, asking them them to recognize nuclear power as green. the countries mainly from central and south eastern europe and already used it is one of the main sources of energy. 70 percent of electricity produced in france is generated by nuclear power, despite fears, voiced off the 2011 fukushima accident in japan. we spoke to a political commentator analyst with moutain did. she believes it is the future of energy production still. i think our bub nuclear energy is both
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green because it produces no a c o 2 arc. it's safe as long as you respect all the redundancies and the safety proper goals that are french of nuclear plants, for instance, respect. oh, it's less costly and we can see that the other alternative energies, the other green energies that are available are essentially are costly and unreliable because they rely on things like wind and sunshine, which do not always exist. so in terms of the, to actually beauty of the environmental quality of the environment, these above the resources are not very good. whereas nuclear, as i said, is sort of, it's reliable. it's proven a france has had nuclear energy plants in for now, 5 decades, almost. we're getting into the 5th decayed art. there's a great new experience and it, it has the actual choice of the future. meanwhile, germany social democrats, the willing part in recent federal elections,
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is pushing for more focus on natural gas in these green policy of a 90 percent of the blocks. natural gas comes from a broad with russia. as the main supplier, gas plays an important role in the transition to clean energy, which should of course be reflected. the taxonomy, natural gas is half cleaner than steel production using coking coal, and a blast furnace for security of supplying bets to prices. it is essential to use natural gas as the last fossil raw material as a bridge to the renewable age. natural gas is there useful as a combustion? it, i mean, it works, it's fine. it's not very expensive. it's, ah, that the problem is that are countries like russia and guitar provide most of the natural gas in on the market. and sometimes there are political strings attached in the taste of guitar. it's extremely unpleasant to know about a beam. the masses of many that are being paid to kit are going to go in finance. terrorist groups, for instance, next to the tampa america,
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2nd largest airline to force all employees to vaccinate against covert sit turbulence in texas, where united airlines staff have convinced a judge to suspend, putting people on leave if they don't get inoculated. kellem opens got the story. well, a judge in texas has put a stop temporarily to the policy of united airlines that would have put their unvaccinated employees on, on, paid leave. now this gives the judge time to rule the hearings begin on wednesday, and the policy is on hold until october 26 that will give the judge the the time to reach his decision. now at this point, the lawsuit was brought because 6 employees of the united airlines said that the vaccine mandate was a violation of their rights and filed in court. this is a class action brought to remedy united patton of discrimination against employees who requested religious or medical accommodations from united mandate that its
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employees receive the cove at 19 vaccine. now other airlines have had similar policies requiring employees to be vaccinated by december, american airlines. and southwest airlines, and after southwest airlines filed in court about possibly, you know, trying to get these restrictions overturned, arguing they're not inconsistent with us labor laws. there were thousands of flights that were cancelled around the country, causing a little bit of panic at the airport. let me use use use
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ah, the, i've never been in favor of corporations imposing and that kind of a mandate executive order from president biden mandates it all federal employees. and then all federal contractors have to have a mandate info vaccine in place by december, the 8th. so we're working through that ah, ah, in now another workplace that has apparently been affected by this is the white house. however,
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the white house denies rumors that some staff were not coming to work in protest of the vaccine mandate. this is what the white house spokesperson said when confronted with these rumors, implementing these mandates create certainty. it reduces the number of people who are out of work sick and worse, and that is good ultimately for businesses, it's good for the economy. i know there was a little hub over the course of the last few days about southwest airlines. we now know that some of those claims were absolutely false and actually the issues were completely unrelated to vaccine mandates. now boeing, which is a major aerospace corporation in the united states, has moved to comply with biden's orders regarding federally contracted corporations and their vaccination policies. however, there's been quite a bit of resistance throughout the united states, texas has gone as far as banning vaccine requirements. so at this point,
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these vaccine mandates we're seeing from the biden administration and for major companies, airlines, etc, are causing quite a bit of division in the country. americans don't see eye to eye on this question. yeah, and it's affecting all walks, the law for some states stand up to mandatory vaccinations and others, top athletes are being forced to get job. donnie armstrong picks up love story. one of the basketballs biggest stars brooklyn. that's kyrie irving band from games or even training until he's vaccinated. great finance rivals, but disastrous for how it makes the whole system of the sport look. we're a state and the m. b a can even agree a unified policy. meaning the decision of one state has a blanket effect across the board. currently, the choice restricts his ability to be a full time member of the team and we will not be in with any member of our team to participate with part time availability. having was banished from net home games to to new york city is 100 percent vaccination requirements for players. now the 7
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time also could be deprived of time on the court, totaling 43 games and his team who had been runaway favorite before the move that best ever chance of championship glory. now the next $10.00 to $14.00 hundreds of thousands of dollars for each game missed that $16000000.00 of earnings yearly salary. as being the net star guard is not a one man army. while most m b a players are now fully job. some still showing the vaccine and in a system that pit state against the professional sports association that's leaving play is very confused. i don't think you can pressure anybody into making a decision about their body, what they put into their body last month. less than half of m b a players were vaccinated. now that number is close to almost the entire lead or not q lation is crucial, but in the n, b a is turned into a political game between extremely powerful sides being played far off the court. meantime, one family for the us state of indiana, including 2 children, age 4 and $5.00 are mistaken. given the old shots of the pfizer anti cove advice
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when they shouldn't be getting flu shots. the phase of ag seems only approved for people over the age of 12. the children were taken to pediatric how the ologist, who said both we showing signs of heart issues. we discussed it with physician scientists and long time vaccine research. doctor robert malone, he says it's clear from the day to that genetic vaccines shouldn't be used on kids . there's no question that the vaccine, pfizer bio in tech community has an association with my cardite. it's and carry cardite. it's in adolescence, particularly in young men, but also in young girls, historically in vaccine development, we always stratify risk benefit ratio by special populations and by age. so typically the advisory committee on immunization practices is the cdc, will assess this risk benefit ratio. what we've done globally
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is to spread the risk in terms of the statistical assessment, the spread, the risk that is concentrated almost exclusively in the elders and in morbidly obese and some other smaller, high risk groups and spread it across the entire population. the risk benefit ratio for young adults and children does not support vaccination using these genetic back themes. health officials are still advising that people get vaccinated. the main argument is that the side. 5 effects even those affecting the heart are rare. young people recover fast and usually with minimal treatment. you know, neil got the thoughts of doctor malone on the benefits of getting jobs. the evidence that there are lives saved in the high risk groups is compelling. risk benefit ratio for elderly,
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immunocompromised and morbidly obese benefits vaccination. we should have more vaccine equity in terms of making product available to the elders. in particular, just some of the labels that have been showing you personally, sir, you've been called the, the ultimate anti vaccine. when you hear something about how do you, how do you find not play? this is classic western media strategy to de, legitimize people that are not complying with the dominant narrative. they do it with politicians, and they're methodically doing it to physicians. i'm just a high profile example of this, but they're doing it to physicians all across the world. and certainly in united states and canada, i objection is not to vaccines. almost 2000 u. k. police officers have been accused of sexual misconduct over the last 4 years,
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according to official data that does not come out from the freedom of information act. because ations include sexual assault rate, an even child sex offenses with only 8 percent of the claims lead to an offices dismissal. the figures also show that no action was taken at all in 2 thirds of the cases, the metropolitan force this to say, we know very sadly, a small number of people i attracted to policing because of the power, the control and the opportunity it affords them our vetting processes are designed to route those people out. i spoke to jane butler from rape crisis, england and wales told me the list of actions and recommendations from the police have to be implemented right now. think this has been happening. i mean, we know the actual abuse and it lives by the cross many aspects of life and it can in the least where you have a situation where police officers hold the power and,
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and so there are many opportunities as a result of that for them to misuse that power. so it's not surprising to find that this happens. there's been a huge amount of genuine outrage for many police officers. every police officer and many of my really caught up that hearing about this and as being this happen. and we have to look at what's going on and we have a situation where and wayne couldn't, was, was nicknamed the right past years ago. and nothing was done about that kind of idea was tolerated in the environment, the culture and the environment that he's working in. so obviously things that need to be done in order to change things to stop that from happening to out early on. we've seen a lot in the last 6 months in particular, as reports and recommendation. there were so many list of actions from various bodies, including the police inspector and who did the report recommending a whole lots and lots of changes. but we need to see some of those implemented. we see some of that change happen. not just more record, more regret,
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more comments. we need to see change rather than just talking about. the final one for us vice president come la harris is being widely marked for a clip of her from nasa, with a group of children planning a trip to an observatory. very nice. turns out the whole thing was apparently staged with child actors. he goes down off reports, us vice president carmella harris is allegedly making an effort to put a friendly face report. see she wants to see more relate to bill more appealing come across as the true candidate of the people you guys are the see. you're going to literally see the craters on me with your own. i went your own, i'm telling you it is going to be unbelievable. so that's one of the things you can do it say, which makes it so exciting. well firstly, some have already argued iris has failed miserably in this video. and secondly, the views of the clip that you just sure did not take kindly to the revelation that
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harris's interactions with the children were apparently all scripted after one kid came forward, saying that he had to audition for the part well, little bit. just like hollywood, in fact, a hollywood like smile and even giggles have regularly been the go to solution for harris when faced with cry sees it. it. before it became an obvious public disaster, she tried to become the star of the u. s. troop withdrawal from afghanistan, reality show, president biden always said that he wanted to be the last person in the room, particularly for a big decisions. just as he was for president obama. he just made a really big decision. afghanistan, yes. for the last person in the room. yes. you feel comfortable at it?
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well, that was right before further. you started to pool from the war torn country. oh footage. like this. oh. and footage like this. ah. and like this that was when the vice president, when suddenly a wall to resurface later though to brush the whole thing off with this. not everybody i oh, but of course it's like thousands of people were gilbert and it's a nightmare scenario for african women. of course not when joe biden made the migrant crisis on the southern boards a camel harris, his personal responsibility,
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it took her months just to get there. and here's the explanation. she came up with whole thing about the board. we've been to the border. we've been to the board, you evidently, were i and i haven't been to europe and i don't, i don't understand the point it's making see, she hasn't been to europe though. what does that have to do with her job to handle? one of america's worst ever boarded problems. ran and yours is a little bit. and if you think about it camel, a harris fits perfectly into the now very political hollywood crowd. and just like silver's creed superstars, sometimes she just misses the target with some of her statements just a few days ago with becky israel, which has my heart because i think people have that that again. and again, this is about the fact that your voice,
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your perspective, your experience, your truth, and then just like a good agency, her office has to clear the air while visiting george mason university to discuss voting rights. a student voiced a personal opinion during the political science class, the vice president strongly disagree with the students, characterization of for israel smiled and handshake. so they work miracles when you're making a movie, korea, but harris seems to have forgotten the rule as vice president is a very different one. o to be in the public. i will. that's the latest from the newsroom so far. this thursday unit o'neil's here in 30 minutes, but for now reporting for moscow, kevin o in at all t h q, and the rest of the team here. thank you for watching. we'll wish have a great rest of the day. ah ah ah eunice,
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