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ill search for grown children, while adults look in hope for their birth parents. ah, highly vulnerable patients in the u. k. are at risk of confusion grows over the difference between a 3rd dose said a booster of the correct order in which they should be given to people. that's giving deflection new doctor secret. no, nothing about that. yeah. you know about the stuff i'm painting, i'm giving it little groups that this information has not been given out correctly . poll is, accuses the e. u of pressure of black mile is a dispute of the root of law, rises to summit level and low. your expectations and republican senator claims that should be jo biden's motto, amid anger, its supply chain disruptions and oblique forecast for the u. s. economy ah,
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either. good morning for russia life, martine, this is kevin. oh, in here the this monday. sorry, not monday, friday. the 22nd of october. good start a. there's some breaking news to tell you about 7 people have been killed in an explosion of the gunpowder factory, the central russian citizen, 10 others have been injured. the preliminary investigation suggests a violation of safety regulations could have caused the fire leading to the blasts . the apparently, the place has now been brought under control fundable patients in the u. k. could be missing out on a life saving cove at 19 job because of the confusion over the difference between the 3rd dose of the vaccine and a booster. it's crucial that they not kill asians given in the correct order, but the 2 terms are often used interchangeably, which leads to a mix up even among medics. owing to cherokee p. centurylink, i think it is not that jap. chris sure is not
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here. right. he says, this is different to a booster. it is part of the primary course of the vaccine, right crater that to my research. and my research, what i found was that 3rd dose, gosh, the booster router value as winter looms and rumors of returning to lockdown, circulate the government is upping the ante on the vaccination top rollouts. but those that need it, the most struggling to get the 3rd dose they so desperately need you to confusion over the differences between the 3rd job and the booster by the very people administering them. legal combined to speaking to him. and he's saying the word in it differently, vaccine has gotten differently to chat for you. it certainly is confusing people. the recommendation is that those who are immunosuppressed,
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meaning they have a weekend immune system at the time of their 1st. and 2nd cove at vaccines should now receive a 3rd dose as part of the primary vaccination routine. the booster program is totally separate to the 3rd dose and is being offered to the over fifty's. those with underlying health conditions and those living with the immunosuppressed as well. not only are they entirely different jobs, but thousands of extremely vulnerable people are struggling to book into their life . saving vaccines with experts saying that there's huge error could cost lives. reduction it'd be the pay, see a good job for the boosters. so there's a lot of a conflation of these 2 terms. b to compromise. people don't have full effective immediately against a cave in my teeth. if you don't have your immediately top top to the, the optimal level for you, then your greater risk,
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you need to be proceed with me. some people will end up passing away because of a jealous husband. brian suffers multiple myeloma, a rare type of blood cancer, meaning his, amino compromised and entitled to his 3rd job in the last 8 weeks. so julie has 40 gangs, at least a dozen health care professionals, including gps chemists and even staff vaccination centers who told her there is no such thing as a 3rd dose or use the term interchangeably with booster, the people that giving this injection. dr. cedric not often about a dead joke, you only know about the booster. i'm fuming, i'm giving it in the book room to be honest because did not give out the right information in my eyes. a lot of people about the booster thinking to get into the job and did not be published. i'm speaking on behalf of brain because e is magwell all in all the people out there. that's not just necessarily got my loaner got leukemia that got lymphoma, but it's got any thing that give me
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a compromised immune system. so my husband is one person, but i just think about all the people that is not got a jewelry beander avenue. moreover, in the country that this information is not been given out correctly. as you can infections het almost 50000 in single day the highest since july. in order to avoid a return to kind of restrictions, the government is urging the public to do that bit and take the coven vaccine and booster office. i think we've been really clear that we've all got a role to play. if people, if not enough people that boosted jobs, it's gonna hit us all. or when those administering the jobs don't know which is which leaves those most vulnerable, even more so shot edwards, dashti, artie london. we won't talk to pressure or blackmail, said the polish prime minister, the you, somebody brussels tensions have been. hi, between the block of also recently over the question of rule of law,
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pushing the topic to the top of discussions and dividing member states with the details. sharla dimansky from paris elite is debating late into the night over those and difficult topics so much so that the usual press conference after the 1st day of the counsel at was canceled one official saying that raoul about poland and this rule of law. and whether a country's law takes precedence or not, of law was so tense that the slovak prime minister actually had to intervene at one point to calm the situation down. but we won't know exactly who said what, because the usual detail to record taking has been full gone this time for the generic note making make of that what he wants. now the sparring though, had already began before the leaders even sat down at the table. the polish prime minister on his arrival at that summit, making clear that his country's position was firm and it would not be backing down
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your majority. he won't act under pressure or blackmail. we're ready for dialogue. we don't agree with the constantly broadening range of competencies, but we will of course, talk about it to be sure of how to resolve the current dispute with understanding and dialogues if they look. now we know that most european countries and lenny does a pretty serious with poland at the moment over this wrangle about the rule of law . however, poland can account on the support of at least one other member state. that hungry who itself is in its own tussle with the european union, was going on here, is regularly that european institutions circumvent the rights of the national or parliament and government and modify are the treaty without having any legitimate thir or serenity. tall to luisel saw the polish, all right at the independence of the polish traditionally is the key issue, which we have to discuss and we have to shuttle and we're balter. so take the
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necessary steps that is non negotiable. it's a shame that we have to spend a lot of time on this because we could devote our time to discuss an energy price or the future of our economy or to better social protection. the main question i ask my polish colleague, what future do you see in europe? are you part of this club? you can be part of the club and at the same time, say the rules that apply to everybody, do not apply to you anymore. no, i understand that they won't be any official mention all that debate over poland from the european council, but unofficially we know that the council president shaw. michelle says that he believes the primacy of you law is fundamental. so this is an issue that will continue to tear away at each member states. the other big discussion that was on the table on thursday was energy and how the european union is going to deal with this looming energy crisis as we move into the winter. now, leaders are have apparently adopted a conclusion over how they're going to deal with the spiking energy prices. but
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that also is a pretty difficult discussion. this is though, what the commission president ursula vander lane had to say about that in the mit and long term. it is very clear that the strategy has to be to invest massively in clean and renewable energy because this is energy that is reliable because it is produced in europe. and it is the future growing energy though another sticking point between new member states with, for a couple of my misstates. now, blaming that as being, the reason that europe is in this problem, this crisis at the moment, they're saying what's happened over the last few years is that the e u, in the commission itself is pushed towards a greener agenda. and it's done that at a point that so fast, but it hasn't got the technology to pick up the slack as it's been closing down domestic gas fields. and for some member states including poland. this is the big
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issue. in fact, poland actually suggested to the leaders that what they should be which should be a rethink, the e u. $6455.00 climate package that though was shot down discussions due to continue on friday at with lead is looking to discuss trade and how that can be used as a bargaining chip full influence for the european union in the future. you can imagine as that they will be time for more fun and debating, and possibly even more disagreements. bided ministration, considering deploying the national guard, had to deal with the current supply chain. crisis is hit, the country us ports and warehouses of packed with goods. but this is shortage drivers to deliver them. so now the president told maryland tunnel meeting that he was discussing to measure the federal reserve concluded to that the crisis that resulted in significantly slowed economic growth, but it's kelly moping reports. next,
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all these problems seem to be paid on biden's watch. the u. s. federal reserve is a vital institution. that's the center of the u. s. economy. and in their recently published report, referred to as the beige book. they said some pretty dire things. they pointed out that quote, the pace of growth slowed constrained by supply chain disruptions and labor shortages and referring to september through october, goes on to talk about how in transportation, in technology and manufacturing. there has been labor supply shortages, while retail hospitality, and manufacturing firms have had cut hours of production and other problems due to the pandemic. now, inflation in the united states reached a 13 year high in june, and it's remained high ever since. and polls show that 62 percent of americans believe that joe biden is to blame for this. now it's important to note that
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inflation started climbing in april after joe biden had already been in office for 3 months now, rather than holding biden's feet to the fire. we see mainstream media stepping up to defend biden and point the finger at the american people. there was recently an article published by the washington post on monday that went as far as telling the u. s. public to lower their expectations and to stop blaming the biden administration for falling, living standards that needless to say, there were many who spoke up and did not approve of the tone of that article. among them was republican set. josh holly, you know, i think that lower your expectations, tucker is really the slogan of the vice presidency. we're told that the american people with the problem, you, your, the problem national may lays all, it's all the american people's fault. in fact, is joe biden's fault and his terrible policies he's trying to run down this country because he doesn't believe in it. and at this point, we've got joe biden losing public support. polls continue to show that there was
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a pull tuesday from winnipeg university that showed 37 percent of americans think biden is doing a good job. well, 50 percent, disapprove, of how he's handling the presidency. 58 percent of voters are even unsure whether or not biden is physically and mentally up to the task of running the country. now, biden himself doesn't seem very concerned about this, so he tends to blame donald trump when confronted about the problems in the economy and other failures of his administration. i in september biden even told reporters that he doesn't actually look at the polls, but he's confident that his policies are, quote, overwhelmingly popular. and of course, he doesn't miss an opportunity to blame his predecessor, saying, quote, take a look what i inherited when i came to office. he's also blamed republicans for refusing to raise the debt ceiling. now on tuesday, jen saki the white house spokesperson, she was confronted about some of this, and the answer she gave didn't go over very well. it was crystal clear that things were not improving on supply chain. people couldn't get dishwashers and furniture
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and treadmills delivered on time, not to mention also another thing. so why is your tragedy in the short the treadmill? let's delete the trip problem. now we spoke to people on the streets of new york about how they've been affected by this and how they felt about the white house comments. here's what we heard. if they would stop really making jokes about it and actually action things we were getting then, well, i think it's terrible. i think that it's a major problem and it needs to be addressed. and i know that that washington is doing a whole about it. linda electrical business and everything is back. daughter, you gotta wait months. now, the u. s. economy is showing signs of systemic distress. we've got the inflation that is heading americans in their daily lives, the supply chain issues. and most americans, according to the polls feel that joe biden is responsible that however, the biden administration may blame it on donald trump. they blame it on other
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factors and they don't seem to be very concerned about it. next is jo biden's ratings full, a sudden this hitting some highs in the art world hum to biden's pictures and sold to anonymous pit. as for up to half a $1000000.00 a piece, but the hefty price tag has a stop some from poking a bit of fun. the out works on the less. the 1st painting as a clawed monet, a very beautiful pay. it is beautiful and it is listed at christie's for $700000.00 . now club on a was the founder of the impressionist movement. something i didn't know until i researched. the 2nd painting is that they got it. ok, another well renowned artist in this painting soul for $500000.00. the 3rd painting you may recognize this name is a 100 biden. i painting all recognize the painting, the 100 biden painting sold for $500000.00 also. now you may think that such an
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exclusive, i'm that, that 100 binders and such exclusive company that he would have a background, new artist act training for example. but you would be wrong if you thought that it seems pretty obvious that people are buying influence with the president by, by purchasing under biden's r p. suddenly an art and artist that he's selling to anonymous donors and inspires rather nobody really knows who is giving all this money for his little finger paintings that he's churning out. we do know that several them sold for over $75000.00 a piece recently. and it seems to be, you know, under by is, it's kind of difficult to dislike him. he's kind of a likable person. he's obviously has a lot of problems. he's a very much a hustler. but it does get this question of corruption and access, which is something that seems to follow around on turbine and it's relation father and where he goes. and it seems like these are pieces that he's making and selling
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are kind of the least of what he's been involved in and how he's used his father for access and advantages that people have used him to get to respond or. and if this were one of donald trump's children, you can only imagine what the media would be or they'd be in complete meltdown. we would hear nothing else of it. there would be investigations as far as you can see, and it would be nothing they could talk about and they could talk about nothing else but this. and yet we see pretty much absolute silence from the mainstream media on the presence. but more to come today. thanks so much by the way, escalating protests and so done with military and civilian factions, of the transitional government to find for power. so trouble is going for so many is will bring the latest on the rest of the day's news on the breaking these 2 a
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ah ah, mm. the coin was created and invented specifically to kill central banks. it says phone and genesis blocked and they make a reference to the bank of england when the bank of england started squirming, and i start whining that, oh my god, big coin is an existential thread to our existence. everyone who yearns for freedom
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in the world to day should let out a collective koran because we're finally getting rid of the worst actor on the financial scene for 300 years. oh, my god, a crisis of capitalism, reverse racism and healthy conservatism. certainly a diverse range of topics now that and all on the mind of lent him a potent at the 2021 vall discussion club. he spoke and feel the questions to for more than 3 hours and the results of the assault. she ultimately, patricia was there for us, is a recap of what went on sanctions imposed by western countries and the global fight against colbert. vladimir putin brought up these 2 together. here's how there's a problem with 3rd m. so, but as william, we're talking about the need for a joint to fight against the corona, virus infection,
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even for humanitarian reasons. i do not mean russia now forget about those sanctions against russia. but the sanctions also persist against states that are in dire need of international assistance. no, nothing like that happens. everything remains the same. and where are the humanistic principles of western political thought? in fact, it turns out that there is nothing. there is only chatter. at one point during his speech, mister prudent began making some fundamental assessments of where western liberalism is heading and spoke quite a lot about a concept of traditional family. something that's very important for the russian leader. vladimir putin spoke out against a, raising the boundaries between genders and also runing the concept of their traditional families. though mister putin did say that he's okay, would that happening elsewhere and the world, but he didn't want this to be aggressively imposed on russia. besides,
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this president vladimir putin addressed the criticism of the russian government for being too conservative. according to mister potent moderate conservatism is the way to go up his fish. from my point of view, moderate conservatism seems to be the most reasonable policy for the upcoming time period. of re imagining the world and it could last some time as the final design is unknown. of course, this policy is going to inevitably change our conservatism is an optimistic one. we believe that stable and successful development can be achieved. it's all up to us and we're ready to work with partners for the great good world capitalism isn't working. and there's no recipe for success either. during a so discussion on current affairs at 1 point, one of the participants joining all the way from the u. s. asked the russian president what he thought about a potential 2nd term for donald trump. after 2024. what do you think about
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the idea of a 2nd donald trump presidency of we was in your would you vote for him? yes, if it was my view and i worked in the trump administration at the state department early in his administration. i, you know, i think it's remarkable, he's redefine conservatism or perhaps and on the, some of the similar lines that president clinton talked about, healthy conservatism. originally mechanical was a colleague allowing though to express my opinion on this matter and not to comment on what you said. otherwise, you will be registered as a foreign agent. despite reassurances from the russian leader last week, that gas from isn't only ready to boost its exports, but in fact, it has already begun doing that. so the each top diplomat shows up burrell a few days ago, blamed russia for not doing so. and for continuing to use its exports of natural gas as a geopolitical weapon. now, when the russian leader moved on to talk about nord stream to which is
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a pipeline project intended for natural gas deliveries from this country to the northern coast of germany. according to mister putin, if the german national regulator gave the green light to nord stream to, to morrow, russia could kick start the flow of gas the day after to morrow, which is perhaps a very important message for those worried about the energy crisis in europe. thousands right to the sudanese capital on thursday in support of the countries transitioned to civilian rule. the protest to say the will to save the revolution with it to come to reproach military city, which has been camped to the presidential palace and central called to him since saturday. a coalition of military and civilian leaders have ruled the country since the overthrow of former president omar bashir, back in 2019. our senior correspondence got the latest on it. 2 years after the, posing a dictator who ruled brutally for 3 decades,
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euphoria has worn off. there was no magic transformational, miraculous prosperity. it has been slow and the increasingly difficult grind to unrest lot over the country, especially in the capitol. demonstrators are out in force, but they want different things. opposites, ah, good, good, good i. so dawn is in the midst of a transition power shared between the military and the civilian government ahead of elections. but things are getting worse, harder, poverty, crime, prices are all up and up. some want to stay the course. yes,
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they say things will get worse before they get better. we've been communicating with the resistance committees all over the country to have one day of protest to preserve the gains of the revolution. others aren't as optimistic, they have lost faith and trust in civilian authorities who they believe have sold out the country. and they want the military to step in and end the spiral downwards. la una, let them know we joined the sit in demonstration to dissolve the current government and they violated our rights. whether concerning agriculture or trade, they made us lose everything. la la la la, la, la la, hey, we want this government to resign and leaf. it is not capable of responding to the demands of the people, neither regarding health or the cost of living. nothing. so what on earth happen? how could things have deteriorated so quickly while the i m f happened desperate for money sedans turned to them and others for help. and well,
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you can read the rest on the i m. s. website on the positive side. so done with the help of the international community and the i m f to bold actions to move to market determined exchange rate, raise revenue and reduce subsidies. let's go through that again. this time with a little more honesty and clarity with i am at help sedans, currency collapsed last 1000 percent of its value. and to years raise, revenues means raise taxes, they forth. so darn mud of the poorest nations of the world to raise taxes on some of the poorest people in the world. and reduce subsidies means no state assistance . so food fuel power prices all blue up. it should give you an idea why many sudanese would at this point prefer another military dictatorship. yeah, no problem. we came here to give the military council
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a mandate that we have been here for 4 days and we will stay put for another month . if we have to ask if we want a military council, no civilians or anything else going out of it. oh my god, we want to bring this cabinet down because they are infiltrators not technocrats or even reliable. they contributed to the crime rate rise amongst us. it would be wrong to blame it all on the iron f decades of suffocating u. s. and other sanctions all added to what's happening now. no one has any illusions, least of all the sudanese government, which is fighting for its survival. the serious political crisis that we're living in right now. i would not be exaggerating to say, is the worst and most dangerous crisis that not only threatens the transition, but threatens a whole country, they call his government, thou the people in the streets, the government of hunger and adored to tell you how awful things are that increasingly, people are beginning to prefer a military dictatorship, one in which there at least fed to
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a democratic state in which they go hungry. if you watch the program about 20 minutes ago, you'll know about some breaking news. let me recap it. if you didn't see it, 7 people have been killed in an explosion in a gun powder factory in the central russian city resin. the 1st picture i was down, come through. oh, committee reporting another 9 paper on accounted for presumed dead picture emerging from the preliminary investigation suggesting some kind of violation of safety regulations could have caused a fire leading to the bloss other suggestions. maybe that 5 truce unused at the time. so a lot of a theory to the moment we'll get more on it, but these pictures coming through, showing the devastation there. the blaze has now been brought under control, at least, but quite a few dead the unless all out. so cellphone is home, revising you to a half an hour, and the delightful company of sophie shepherd dob sorta latest guest here after the break. so it was a good watch, but for now, for me, kevin, i was on the team. have
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a good day. ah, i'll welcome to so if you go visionaries, me, sophia shevardnadze. the earth is population is growing and so is the demand for food will be able to sustain the planet when there will be twice as many of us and not completely destroy the environment. well, today i talk to a man who has presented the 1st lab grow hamburger to the world, professor of last killer physiology of last yeast university mark past
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professor bus. it's really great her in our program today. welcome you. so a lot of questions regarding meet some say artificial meet some say it's really anyways, let's start for from where we said last. yeah. okay. so let's start with the simplest question i guess for the dummies. how does making or growing meat in a lab work? you take a cell sample from the cow you bring into a lab, putting it by a reactor, feet necessary new trends and liquids and san what? right, well that's pretty much it. so you, you take a sample from a cow, you're extract this themselves from that sample. so every muscle has themselves and they are sitting down to repair tissue. and they can provide, they can proliferate. so they can divide many, many times. um and then because these are muscle specifics themselves, they already kind of know how to make muscle tissue. so you let them fall, afraid until you have many, many cells then you let them make that tissue.


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