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ah, a russia welcomes back the 1st ever space film crew waft of that 12 days shoot up high in the sky, up all the international space station, extreme pressure flaming turbulent the new pioneers of orbital cinema. speak to us here at asi and describe that fiery descent back home to us. that you thought everyone felt that you can not experience something like that unless you fly into space. and the feeling was around that you sent unforgettable. because when the parish it opens capital stance, so please wait, and we still have all these with all through in the program here. one r t, germany confirms that rupture is not withholding natural gas applies to europe. but media outlets keep up the narrative that most goes to deliberately squeezing prices
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and a british couple sue the government over transgender guidelines being enforced at the children's school. in the program, we speak to the parents with pretty nice guidelines as the best practice. and they've been doing the since 2017, 2019 as best practices. we challenge the government on this and they went back down, right? ah, well, a very good morning to hear from all of us here at r t international in moscow. it's now just off to a 10 am on monday. today we continue our special coverage of a new landmark in cinema and space. travel. on sunday, a russian crew returned to us after the world's 1st film shoot in orbit actress. julia had a sealed and director christian panko spent 12 days on the international space station, making scenes for their extra terrestrial drama. as
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the crew successfully touched a bag down on terra firma, our correspondent causing a raw scoff, got the charms to witness the landing up close in cassock stock. ah, if you our lab before we can find out what they have already on dr. nashville. say that they already somewhere i padding back a dad. why go in the landing spot? let's go mm. we know the approximate landing location in berry. so now we're gonna fly around. i feel we can actually see that as standing module and wait until it touches down
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with well, as you can see, the capital is on the ground. the crew is still inside, but we've been told that they're feeling. all right. somebody is speaking with the crew, right? now, so history has been made for russian professionals makers and just went into space, but also safely returned to earth with footage for their 1st ever feature movie that has been taken in actual space. the whole crew are treated like heroes. with this film director clincher benco, safe and sound just came from the space. the international space station is 400
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kilometers above the earth surface. and a returning spacecraft usually covers the distance in 3 hours. for the most part, it's freefall and the speed can reach 120 meters per 2nd. extreme acceleration baird, with gravity taking in which the crew under enormous physical ross. nonetheless, she benco's seemed in high spirits. and those are she. i said, those are good. we're susan wiggling, although olga bollicheck though. wish that you could you, peter glueck, who bloss margaret, she's our come on. whether the closure for that occur, no excuse knows what she knew by the one link will of doro, a moon garcia room with sheer 3 or more carefully. so that with him, you to click the blue showing what useful if you go to choose to initial backward you bush and you can use with ice cream ducks lit, of course, most. why don't i, sheena bull assumption like us, me just go shasta's early. i was for the machine machine with one that was actress
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. you library seal has just received flowers. both you let a c, n cosmonaut alex levy ski had to act even before the laughter capsule. the landing location turned into a film set for one of the closing scenes of the movie about a doctor who sent into orbit to perform surgery after that very sealed, who plays the lead role left her autograph on the capsule that not only brought her back home to date, but also sent her acting career sky work from now on. she is the 1st actress filmed in space in oklahoma city shanika. so it was scheduled that i would like any family go with no, he'd be here with my mom and that them were talking with them. and now the renowned russian actor of lead miramar scott, who played a commander greeting the crew on the ground, sat the movie is a big lead forward for the world's film industry the yet. and i saw my back in my little macros, the e voice theme on hightail, taurus nancy paul smith, in order to give his ill or sierra know young as low. you're going to show you
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visual because then magento stone, we deal with smugly at this diligence from a minimal corrosion thumb. we sure of never. i'm not going to do similar to schooling. religion me. i'm actually glad 0. is that a buddhist wish you religion limits on there's digits. i'm city education yet biz? miramar? yes. this jim store. i better go to know to zoom, is that? oh and we're starting. yes, nelly. you store us to the right spot center of the plan. you don't like them, which is yerra, or let's get a closer look at the capsule. just look how actually burnt it is right here. because when the capsule hurdles through earth's atmosphere at a temperature outside reaches up to 2000 degrees celsius and it feels like you are inside a fireball, the mission is also a large drive forward for the russian space program which made space travel possible for 2 non cosmetic, after just 4 months of training and it's more than space tourism, it's about professionals from different areas and not just career cosmo now's been
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able to go into space and do their job, meet acting, or something else. as, as the head of rushes space agency to be the mom would have to go to a to bull's beside the scope of them. but that it was not to be to get the colors on lowest denise, but others. so no glitch up, but i am going to go through but of some of you all a cup, but i am for to go to him but, but that it was good percentage and you have a blessed on them but got to him of plan. ah, there is a lot of food for thought in the months to come about that, but for now everyone here including us, is just extremely excited to witness something that will definitely go down in history. as in a rush, got reporting from as a stand before heading to space, the filmmakers had just full months of pre flight training compared to the minimum of 2 years for cosmo notes. but julia had assailed and clement panko managed to get through it. passing that medical unfit, thinks exams with flying cutlets,
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and we caught up with a crew on that flight to moscow. capitalism in your prof, semi linux man, after what is more difficult for you to lend the counseling with 2 non professional cosmo nigerla. more books over off, of course it was different because they would not professionals, but they would train very well and without them it would have been hard to land properly. they participated in the flight helped me and i'm very grateful for those less. i'm always sound system, did you? the professional cosmos, have to baby see the feel crew on the station? you know, honestly, i was expecting worse, but they adapted to work on the station very quickly and there were no issues with them. but they took all our advice and board and acted on that quickly. we felt comfortable working with that again using you issue the company my, my body doesn't really understand what's happening in the opposite of weightlessness follows me when you are in 0 gravity, you feel like a feather,
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but you're on the ground. everything is very heavy. you had is heavy, your arms leg. well, i feel a little dizzy when i've actually allowed to turn our has right now. of course we have already turned had here, but it's, but nevertheless we're not supposed to be constant up quickly and we can't do it very well. yes, it is so good. the, the descent was unforgettable because when the parachute opened the cap so spawn so quickly and felt all these g for say, we've all experienced you forces before, but that was a little different. it's one thing to feel it in a simulator, but another to experience it in real life. when you understand what's happening to you and you look out of the window and see how the capital you're flying to earth and is burning. we have very experienced specialists in the russian space industry . there are some nuances, of course, and there are some areas i would like to be better, but i hope this project will attract money and attention and even more respect. as was interest from yon talent to people in this field,
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which is nice the trash and cinema, which many people say is a little backward managed to achieve this feat. i think it could only have been done as we did it. when everything is done by hand, when you have to be both a prop maker and costume designer, so when there is nothing you can do. the film crew has now been thrown back here to the russian capital where they were reunited with their families. imagine there were some pretty good emotional scenes at the airport that assailed the answer. panko will now have to spend several days in rehabilitation. while the commander of the crew will be under supervision for a whole month that he spent a $191.00 days in obit, aradonzo's e. we spoke to the relatives of the crew. ah, wish to reach them for you. okay. now with your budget, with
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a stylish eudoxia avoiding him, we will study so not chelsea cookie really to go to the list i lived on, was that silicon is from, it's on the schedule, a pick of us moses, which is the one. okay, exclusive of said cook with media and it's the cookies heating, monica cool with the cost me just go, no woocommerce is easy, professionally touching these away with a potentially deadly school shooting has been prevented in russia's palm region by a simple chat between a 12 year old boy and his head teach up, the boy coming to school with his father's hunting rifle. early on monday, before most of the kids had shown up, he apparently opened fire into the wall and ceiling and no one was heard. and after the teacher intervene, he handed over the gun of charles motives, not clear,
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but police say he may have been bullied, and it does come a month after a deadly shooting in the same region of the local university or 6 people died. speculation continue to swirl in the western media over russia, supposedly manipulating europe's natural gas price. it's not been debunked by the leaders of both russia and germany. as russia's ambassador to the case as moscow is not withholding supplies certainly would not hold it for political reasons. but guess probably this isn't a pump station, of course, while russia maintains that it's definitely not behind the increases in price in energy that we've seen here in europe. that hasn't stopped very different story being puts across in the european media as well as media elsewhere. in fact, the very well respected news magazine focus has on their front cover of the latest edition. let me just underneath the headline, the cold will in the sense in german boe. that means not the cold war within the
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latter part of the 20th century means the cold war is in like freezing. however, the and the headline that the soap headline says blood and be turns off the tops and drives up the price in germany. and it's a very similar message that we've seen across the media in europe. if we go over to the netherlands, similar headlines that we're seeing there also over german publications here, going with very, very similar message in belgium. what we're hearing is that russia has the chance to make or has the possibility to make europe shiver this winter while in austria, they're suggesting that russia is using gas in order to put pressure on europe. what's really interesting though, is what we're seeing in the media is a very different message to what's coming out from your opinion. leaders in the commissioner for, for energy. that's country simpson. she said, just at the beginning of this month,
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that while there was no additional gas coming from russian supply is to meet the increased demand from europe that bo same russian suppliers were meeting the very letter of all of the contracts that they signed with european countries. and it's a similar message that we've heard from german chancellor angle, a miracle, as well as the gift kind to my knowledge. there are no, russia has said we will deliver it to you, especially not with regard to the pipeline and crane. russia can only deliver gas on the basis of contractual obligations, and not just only like that. well, that message doesn't seem to have been getting through to the us media. certainly not. when you look at the interview they did with russian president vladimir perkins just last week. has russia been using energy as a weapon? rushes, not using any weapon. if you've been paying attention, as for the economy where we're 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 a politically motivated talk. at the end of the day, i guess the question is,
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how can you expect europe to believe you're a reliable energy partner when you're not supplying that energy via the pipeline? was you and you said that you're not supplying gas through pipelines to europe, but actually, you're mistaken. you are mistaken. and all of those who feed on the information they receive, we are actually increasing our supplies to europe. well, the reality is there's a whole multitude of reasons for why demand for gas in europe is currently so high, and why supplies of gas and reserves of gas are so low. so when you've got high demand and you've got but, well, low availability, you get high prices, and that's what we're seeing at the moment. we have heard from vladimir putin in the recent pasto saying that once russia's own reserves of gas have been replenished, that we may well see russian supply is supplying more of thought gas to europe. i plenty more still to come as we approach the half way point of the program here. a family in the u. k. a taking legal action over trans gender guidelines being
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imposed at schools. that story and a whole raft of other ones too. we're back in about 60 seconds. ah, ah, join me every thursday on the alex simon, sure. and i'll be speaking to guess of the world politics. sport. business. i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm. ah ah
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ah. ah it's good to have you with us will this monday program live from moscow? now a pakistani national has been cleared for release from america's guantanamo bay prison . after 17 years in confinement. and it comes 6 years after washington concluded he should never have been there in the 1st place as he had been mistaken for a terrorist. but even now mister bonnie's fate is rather unclear. as murat gasdio reports, mohammed's rabbani is one of want animal base, longest serving inmates 17 years and one month he has been locked up in get
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mo, by all accounts, innocent, never charged with any terror related offenses. never brought to trial. once a taxi driver, his crime was that he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. on september, the 10th 2000 t pakistani authorities arrested to individuals believe to be has ankle and his driver outside the apartment complex. by september, the 11th 2002, it was determined that an individual named mohammed acc, mad, glamour of bunny or sinners, abu bader and his driver, were arrested and not ass and go. the awful irony here is that the real her son, gall bin laden's messengers, he's known, who rabbani was mistaken for was captured and handed over to the cia in 2004. he was later released in 2007 went back to his old ways and was killed in
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a drone strike. and still mohammed rabbi the is serving someone else's time in guantanamo the years. and the presidents came and went. they admitted that the arrest was a case of mistaken identity, and yet he is still there. guantanamo is all about lies, hypocrisy and broken promises. they promised me that they might let me out for a review of my detention, but that came to nothing. you can almost track his tragedy in release cia and pentagon documents. he was initially tortured at the sole pit and atoria cia jail in afghanistan, where terrible things were done to inmates to extract confessions, raw body was allegedly identified as the man mentioned in several cia torture memos who was hung by his wrists in arn chains and who attempted to amputate his own hands for stop. the pain being cleared for release may be
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a personal victory for him, but in practice, in bond on them obey. that doesn't mean anything. one of my clients, homes, hotel california, it me, you can check out, but you can never leave for men are still there though they were cleared over 10 years ago. but at least we're now going to be arguing about when he should go home, rather than whether what little joy and hope there is to be had. this is knowing that he has a son waiting for him. a son who was born after his arrest and about whom he only found out when the boy was 6 years old. just imaginable life would be like for your family without your father. just imagine what it would be like if your father was at guantanamo, how could they ruin 20 years of someone's life? there is no way of knowing when the e for a body will be released and what he will make of a world of a life that he was deprived of by mistake. the scars from torture, the,
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the trauma from long years of isolation, the stigma of being a guantanamo inmates will always stay with her body as will memories of the war and terra's churning merciless military bureaucratic machine that even upon realizing its mistake, took years to correct it the u. k. now, where a couple on the isle of wight are suing the government over transgender guidelines given to their school. a nigel and sally ro explain the problem to us here at odyssey. be hattie situation is an oscar. when our boys, when they age, sex, said fast cameras, when i noticed he came hire and said that his a friend, asco, a boy, had turned us school and at nance that he was now at gal. and that he was going to be killed by a gas name and said there was no consultation with the parents and
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no warning, it just just came about my that an up se iss. this is totally new to us and then and then 2 years later, we also had a very similar situation with our 6 year old. and the boy would come sometimes dressed as a boy, sometimes just to go. he just came home and said, i'm really confused. can boys become gowns? can girls become boyce the parents legal case? focus is on an education policy called the corner. will schools transgender guidelines introduce in 2015 schools are advised to have gender neutral toilets and allow people to wear clothes that reflect the agenda identity rather than their biological sex. a sally wrote things, schools have been taken these guidelines for to literally teach. just think that this is, you know, and it's not just guidelines, but they, they are actually get the head teach you when we said this is crazy. why would you
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just allow this child one day to where boys you to 4 and then the next the gallon choosing from day to day, which is the 2nd situation for us? and he said, i have no choice. i just have to accept it. if i don't like my job, but the problem is government a push putting these guidelines as best practice. and they've been doing this since 2017, 2019 as best factors. we've challenged the government on this and they went back down and people say when brian speaking out, but there was a, there's a lot of, there are lots of parents, brown parents and teachers who are really, really grateful that we are speaking. asked about it because we're speaking on behalf of many, many hundreds of thousands of people who feel the same way. but a sketch to speak house. the your department of education says it's reviewed the ro is complaint and found no evidence of wrongdoing on the part of the school. it also started the schools approach. the gender identity was focused on the well being of
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pupils always worked with lawyer transgender rights activist. stephanie hayden, about the case. no one's promoting anything. this is about charles. it was expressed a wish to wear the clothing, as i understand commonly associated with with female students. this is not about the child of the parents concerned and to be having legal battles. and one of the highest court from england, wales, about the close that and the child was, it seems to me absolutely ridiculous. a waste of the resources of the legal system . and quite frankly, an attempt by parents with a particular christian point of view, which is fine. but to impose that you are the looks is not quite or that's in used cars for this our here on our, to international law from moscow. thanks for sharing it. monday with us here, we're back soon. in fact, in about a 20, as i say 32 minutes, we're back at the top of the hour with more of your headlines. hope to see you with
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a with hello in welcome to cross talk. we're all things considered. i'm peter lavelle. there are growing indications that washington isn't finished with afghanistan just yet. military involvement has come to an end, but not engagement. also, we were told there is an energy crisis. maybe this is part of the great reset.
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ah. to discuss these issues and more. busy i'm joined by my guess, marcus papadopoulos in london. he's a historian, analyst and author of the book arise, receive the return of russia to world politics and implements. we have paid for kennings and he is the editor and founder of the 21st century wire dot com or a gentleman, cross talk rules, and the fact that means you can jump any time you want. and i was to appreciate it . again, it's are out with marcus. so ever since the t arctic withdrawal from kabul in the, in the western world, particularly in the washington foreign policies, there's been a lot of discussion of what, what is next year. and actually what is actually happened in the and is happening because on the one hand you have many saying, and this is the subtext is a reason to go back in is that the taliban are and meet with isis and al qaeda and
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all of this. and then there's another narrative out there that the visually, it was very chaotic, but policy wise, there may be some kind of underlying attempt to engage that. how abandoned some kind of barrier and even possible ally in, in the region when it comes to american foreign policy. it's really there's a lot of emotion attached to this. okay, honey, you see. and because there's one thing that you can't deny, a lot of military equipment was left behind during the civil war which raged from 1996 to 2001. it approximately took the taliban that then one year so emerged triumphant in the country. and yet in 2021. despite the presence of the u. s. military in africa on to get away of the after an army which was trained and ultimately equipped by washington,
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it took the time about a matter of weeks to conquer the whole of the country. now, anyway, we've just an ounce. all enlightenment about military affairs will conclude that it will simply inconceivable for the taliban on their own. so conquered afghanistan, a country exceptionally large, exceptionally diverse. and with the american military presence, that is why pizza leading up to the taliban. victory in afghanistan. and on the day they entered, oh, i stood almost alone on television by saying that i believe the west america and also britain of an informal agreement with the taliban, whereby the americans and the british would allow the taliban to emerge victorious
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. so long ask on his tongue and in return the taliban would have to ensure that american america and britain retain that strategic influence in afghanistan and what we have seen since. in fact, what we saw, we've been days of the kind of an entry into cabal was maintained between that the taliban and the director of maintenance between the taliban and the heads of britons from an intelligent service. yes. more commonly known as m. i 6. we have also seen the taliban guarantee in public the security of western pipelines in afghanistan. and we have also seeing western mainstream major both in america and in britain begin the process of condition in the american. i'm british
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people to seem to see in the taliban as a ally against isis because the americans and the british mainstream. major outlets are starting to tell people. ready about the taliban and the taliban from the 1990 and the 2 thousands they had reformed. they have even pledged to all deserve and respect, schumann, right? so what i believe page says that the americans and the british are very much in africa, and they do not need an army occupation to control africa. and they have simply, i write that an informal agreement teller and, and they control key institutions and such as the civil service. and i believe that sooner rather than later, washington and london will, it will formalize informal relations with the talent and by re open in the embassies in couple.


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