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ah ah, and the 1st ever space it filled cur returns to earth, a russian movie director and an actress or back from 12 days of shooting on the international space station will bring you the moment of the lending and reactions to the historic flight in our special coverage to be honest, i feel a little set to day. such a thing happens once in a lifetime with lewis cool was like a roller coaster and we were just enjoying it. and on our top stories of the week, vladimir putin rejects claims that russia is weapon, ising or withholding natural gas. as europe grapples with high prices. the president also agrees to boost supplies to the you while saying the block brought the crisis on itself. what church against the state catholic bishops in france at
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loggerheads with the government after a report reveals hundreds of thousands of crimes against children committed by the clergy. we speak to one of the victims. when we came to france, i was 8 and 9 years old. so i spent almost 2 years there until i was sexually assaulted. but pray not what shameful is not apologizing for an atrocity committed in catholic institutions on hundreds of children. ah. i brought kathy live direct from our studios in moscow. this is our t international. glad to have you with us as we recap to weeks top stories. but 1st we start with our special coverage of a trail blazing russian film. their crew returned to earth from the international space station. actress julia per sealed ended director clement chapin co spent 12 days on board. the i assess making the world's 1st movie shot in orbit.
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ah ah, space is cool and it is another cosmic milestone. the soviet union sent the 1st person into space, and russia is now picking up the baton by striving for another 1st making a movie in orbit. here's the moment the crew parachuted down on cassock soil several hours ago. oh. as a returning crew will now have to undergo a 3 day rehabilitation process there. spacecraft named after the 1st person in space. you're a good garen undocked from the international space station at 4 15 am moscow time. so the descent took about 3 and a half hours. so it is
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a unique moment for russia. it's space industry and the world of center. you can see our full coverage of the historic landing on our t youtube channel. right now here. some of the highlights, ah ah, the soviet union was 1st to send a dog into space, then they sent the 1st man and woman. and now russia is aspiring to get another 1st, and that is filming a feature movie in orbit and actress. and a film director spent 12 days of the international space station shooting scenes for that space drama. let me introduce you to the crew of his historic flight. julia pettis sailed right here was a russian film. the saw and stage actress. she has appeared in dozens of films and tv series, and she's also a founding member of the charity foundation. gulch should knock, which helps children with disabilities. she's also the mother of 2 daughters. right
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now to the film's director, who also works as a producer and a writer as well. a movie maker through and through mr. clim ship panko. now he's the father of 3, and was recently behind several successful movies in russia, including that of salut, c, m, most valued 7. now what i'd like to note, chapin goes already set a bit of a record in space because he's not a small man. in fact, he is the tallest russian to ever get into space and go to the international space station. ah no. ah, his little cubes else is on us, sir. usual with that's celeste chilton with
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mutually with dial. it may be leonor, nor good, nor gustavo. yeah. when she museum company, we are usually is not just suki at that, even omnia, but you linear unethical. noticed all of these are just all for d, for them all the way is a shoe, you should know them, your goals, and when you most could voice are pretty easy. this could cost more suv. ah, no, she wasn't a 6 year old
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. who is you can use the last my little millennium you buy yeah. to partner with . when you look at our panko and pedestal, during this pre flight training, of course it was an expedited full month course, but they all went through all. i guess you could say the checks and balances that are required for a cause middleton training. they all passed with flying colors, but when you see them experimenting, they're in 0 gravity. i mean, it looks
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a bit of a bumpy ride, to be honest with you. but let's take a look now and what set to be the 1st ever feature film made in space. now the movies working title is that of the challenge. now it tells the story of a surgeon played by pet a sealed who is sent to the international space station to perform life saving hot surgery on a customer who's actually played by real life commander only. nope, it ski who is as we speak, guiding the film proved back home. now there were 3000 applicants for this lead role, and not all of them were professional actresses at all. well, obviously space travel can be a very risky business that back in 2018. there was a saw you is rocket failure. that happened right off the lift off. and luckily the crew kept that cool and they came away unscathed after an emergency landing. as we understand that have been no accidents since. now, one of the trickiest aspects of space travel is not the landing. and here is how that is done with,
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mm mm. well with, there is a lot of a growing anticipation tension over here. and of course, a lot of excitement, i can tell you that a lot of people are here filming cruise that many, many journalists, and of course, family members of those are the actress unit pretty sealed. and to film director and film producer cream, she panko, they are family members and friends are also here supporting them their return and am here joint life by the yeah. mother, mother alpha clean as well as his sister. thank you so much for being here with us . i know you've been here for a long time already. how do you feel no well stolen,
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but we were tired even before they went on the flight. it's challenging emotionally . we support them and watch them on their screens behind us. we are very excited and when to send positive energy to them so they can withstand everything. it was an absolutely amazing experience. we had a call from the i assess from space. it's just like a science fiction movie. i think this whole experience is a great moment of joy for them. and of course, for us, let's say what we're looking at here is v m. s 18 space capsule, the parachute in full display for you. now you've got to imagine off the 12 days and space of the international space station that they got to be feeling a bit of relief right now. because at this point, they know they've been through the most dangerous part of the trip. they successfully flew to the i assess, successfully spent 12 days day opening at 17 and a half 1000 kilometers per hour. where with very difficult issues of the gravity they made, i guess the 1st feature filled in space can't wait to see the editing job. when
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they come back down to terra firma, another film crew making its way home now isn't just special for just being the foster shoot this movie in space of that pre flight training. it took on the full months compared with the minimum 2 year old deal. if a customer wants to do a trolley, julia had a sealed and clim sure panko passed that medical and fitness exams with flying colors. and another 1st for the trip is that the saw use spacecraft is being operated by just one command at this time without the help of a professional flight engineer. and it's all seen as helping make commercial space flights ever more viable. as far as we understand, tom cruise is very disappointed in this because in the past year or so, tom cruz announced the next mission impossible movie will be i will be working with nasa and a lot of musk and that are we filmed in space. but guess what, tom cruise yet just a bit too late. the russians got that 1st. it's not
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a matter of hugs and kisses for every body. penicillin chapin go, we put on to 2 private jets. they'll be whisked back here to the moscow region. where for a few weeks, they have to be monitored. that health has to be checked. i recall touch down, we've got a touched on right hip re select navy ski. i came out of the landing capsule than he was followed by a glimpse claims she panko. and finally we saw you would a pdc and everyone was smiling and we figure out over here that said the landed safely and that, that everything went according to the plan and everything was fine. now we even why stay claims? we go over here a weaving to the crowns of people that were greeting him there at the landing site in a remote area of kaz extend. and also it was quite a relief to see a union smiling when she got out of the lending capsule at mass. of course, it is quite a journey for them. they spent 12 days in space. filming the 1st feature
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movie that was shut in space. it is really a historic moment for everyone here while it's a resounding success here on our t international. and for all those involved in this amazing feature film project. the 1st feature film being filmed in space while the russians are now back on terra firma. and it's a, basically, a case of mission accomplished. and now let's get to the news that shaped the week. president putin has rejected claims that russia using natural gas as a weapon. it was not happening and driving prices. speaking out the russian energy week for him, he also pledged to supply more gas if europe requested. he also stressed the importance of the now completed north stream to gas pipeline under the baltic sea, which is still awaiting the final green light from europe. close this yellow book as far as north stream, too, was concerned. what opponents of the project have claimed that this is not
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a commercially viable product and rushes pursuing geopolitical motivations. well, you know, this is yet another piece of nonsense. just please pay closer attention to what i'm saying. this route is 2000 kilometers, shorter and quicker to our main consumers in europe than via ukraine. easy. 2000 kilometers more efficient. it's cheaper because transit is cheaper. and it's also cheaper for customers 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 thing that we would very much like them to be grateful. instead of only criticizing us more no or cheese hillier. katrinka was at russian energy week. here in moscow. here is his recap of the opening day. first, a quick look into the context of lot of my food in the latest remarks during the russian energy week. the global post coven power demand has been on the up. and
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that led to major changes and the supply chains, 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 project 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 christ. and i guess the fire prices on gas in europe or a 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,
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stability and predictability are important. and russia flawlessly fulfills its 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 a straightforward question whether 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 is 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?
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this is not something we tend to use. this is what i call a politically motivated talk. 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 will not decreasing our gas supply to europe. the number
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one ingredient in mr. perkins recipe for the volatility in prices. not to come back . 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 ones, these long term contract. again, what russia ones is stability and predictability fill the common are international, soaring energy prices raises concern about the cost of the case. green transition will be exploring that after a short break. this is the weekly,
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on our international blue . ah ah, that also for eric room identify 2 types of freedom, freedom from and freedom too. and while we all idealize the lisa achieving the former, the freedom from use and abuse is no small feat in this day and age. this is especially true for africa, which for centuries has been exploited under all sorts of pretext. what needs to happen with the continent to truly take its deserve place in the world? the world is driven by dreams shaped banks,
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concur some of those with airs, sinks. we dare to ask oh, welcome back to the weekly right here on our international. now, britain's energy crisis could get worse with warnings of more price hikes. companies and fuel intensive sectors are feeling the pinch saying they could go bust. it is also raised concerns the green initiatives could take a backseat, that as it is revealed that a u. k. power plant once held as super green is in fact the country's biggest c o 2 emitter the scale of wood burning by tracks each. it means that the power station
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is one of the top 5 misses a particular matter and pollution in europe, putting it in the same company as some of europe's worst coal power plants. greener kina? renewable energy is what the well this calling fall back with an energy crisis looming in europe this winter. there's a rush to stop power fossil fuels, a move that will perish, carbon dioxide emissions a far from where policy makers want it to be. and this power plant in drax, in the north of england, claims to be the onset to the die. lemme by switching to been biomass or would rather than call the plan the claims of the mission from binding wood and negate it by the growth of new trees, soaking up carbon again and replacing those harvested for burning sounds good, right? i don't know how they prove it and establish this carbon neutral. but if it is great, anything well makes he had a big claim. has got to be there around that. yeah, that's a good thing. i'd say. if you could say job for yourself to completely get
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a cop in your to read it to should have a credit to where to go. yes. i mean as far as i can see or tell that to haven't beaten it, anything different added to it. but according to a report, the power station is far from green, and it's actually the country's biggest emitter of carbon pollution. one still is the 3rd data in europe. in fact, the drive is the only biomass facility to rank in the contents of c o. 2 emitted, today you have it while selling itself as comp and neutral. running would actually bounces out more emissions and from burning coal, you to its lower energy density than fossil fuels would, has to be burned in high a volumes to produce the same amount of energy. but in no attempt to clear the air, drax responded to the claim, saying the figures of false figures are inaccurate and completely adults with what the world's leading climate. scientists at the u. n. a into governments panel on climate change,
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say about sustainable bio mass. been crucial to deliver in global climate targets. despite the figures the site still managed to attract more than a 100000000 pounds, a new k government subsidies. that's a 2000000 pounds every single day in 2020 alone. because of course of why energy production reflects well on the government's climate record. but all of this is last, the locals at boiling points shocking really, and it constantly william. yeah, that's not very good. if that's true, that is a worry. yeah that's, that's not good. well, not very good at to let her know robert, go to some to go up there alive, to the community more than anything can live around there to build up a bit better and better for the children and bring lot more than oh, well then go to a power station law. so despite the neutral a negative pledges, in this case, buyer energy seems to be failing to protect the planet. in fact,
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it seems to be making matters worse. there is not only the question of cost, but the reliability is very important. you get tricity is an energy which needs to be produced on demand. you cannot be stored in large quantities, therefore it has to produce, be produced when it is needed, and a renewables unfortunately don't match need. the sun produces electricity only when it shines and the wind. when it goes, there is no sun it at night, and there is no wind. when the wind has come down, which means 80 percent of the time. so it is important to have a reliable energy source that is not intermittent. now, the new trend in the environmental movement is to be in favor of nuclear energy, not against it. and france, of course, produces almost half of the new career to city in europe today. so there are other countries support in france. france is not at all thinking that nuclear energy has a great future. in fact, germany has already changed minds 5 times in the past. about nuclear energy. first
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they went for it during the world war 2 and they decided not to have it. then they decided to develop it. then they stopped again, then the inmates stop and go 5 times already. so it's wait for the 6th time. the top catholic bishop in france has apologized and backtracked, after claiming church secrecy is above the law. he was earlier reprimanded by the interior minister for saying that when priests learn of crimes during confession, they are not allowed to tell the police. this follows of inquiry which on earth more than 300000 the sex crimes against children and the french catholic church since the 1950s. we spoke with the founder of a victims association who himself suffered abuse to level hill halls. when we came to france, who was 8 and 9 years old, my parents wanted me to join this scout group. so i spent almost 2 years there until i was sexually assaulted by bernard. pray not when i found myself alone with him and the door was closed,
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he hugged me. it lasted around 15 minutes and he was saying something i couldn't understand because i didn't understand what was happening. and i remember having my head completely crushed. i was completely crushed against his belly and i remember the fy, both the fabric and the collar he shut in and his smell is this childhood trauma is engraved in my memory full of very precise details. according to a french commissions report, there have been nearly 3000 perpetrators among catholic church workers since the 1950s. more than 300000 minors were abused mostly boys, between the ages of 10 and 13. the vast majority of the crimes have passed the statute of limitations and cannot be prosecuted fast while the vo, again, claims that covering up these atrocities is actually a matter of church policy or shortish and was off. so i told my parents about the incident, they took me out of discount groups with, but then they were harassed by the whole local community. now,
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a catholic neighbourhood who accused my parents of harming the church. they protected me from this. they tried to get the priest to leave and they succeeded after 8 months of fighting. but i had to live with the reality that this had happened. oh she, i couldn't hide it from my family. i couldn't wall myself in. when i understood the magnitude of it, i told myself that the day would come when i could confront this evil force and kill it. and that i would not miss the opportunity i should. because i'm certain that these atrocious crime someone, the organization on concealment are evil, is a little bit we have in front of us. the vatican with all its power was to my strength, is that my opponents have understood that nothing. oh stop me sir. i have nothing to lose. the investigating commission i must fulfill is responsibilities is required, goes pope francis has expressed his great sorrow over the findings. he called the report
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a moment of shame for the whole catholic church and for him personally. but francois de vo thinks the show of remorse from the pontiff is not enough. law, aunt said, and bus excuses. what is shameful is not apologizing for an atrocity committed in catholic institutions on hundreds of children. the pope has never ever sent a single message. never tried to contact us, but it's his responsibility we're talking about. it's not about his shame. we don't care about his shame. one cannot commit crimes and simply say, i'm ashamed for the crimes i have committed. it doesn't work like that. the pope received cardello barbarian, but he did not receive the victims. he did not receive the victims associations despite the media coverage. divine justice is based on the statue of limitations for sex crimes against minors. is that your religion? is that what you are explaining to us?
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you are a shipwreck of spirituality and a source of shame for humanity. po frances, that's what i say to you. may. that does it for me and the weekly this hour i will see in about 31 minutes with another look. this is art internet. oh, it's been decade since the fall of spain's fascist regime. but old wound still haven't tailed. you and you can go, i know it and i'm not gonna throw in the short notice because on the phone with michael, feed him. okay. people to me said, oh said cutting me in the parentheses. me know that i understand. i think ultimately, you know, thousands of newborn babies were torn from their mothers and given away and forced adoption late bought about are you still fiesta? bitter. my old rollers fairly well meant it to this day. mothers still search for grown children,
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