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ah ah, russian gas exported gas problem warns it will stop supplying moldova if the eastern european nation fails to pay off its debts. now totaling some $700000000.00. turkish president, orders ambassadors from 10, west and allies to be declared persona non grata over a joint statement, demanding the release of a turkish businessman, jail the waiting trial on anti government charges. public mood swings to the right in france ahead of the presidential election. and there's no shortage of candidates to meet the populace agenda. and america's top medical research agency admits funding studies on transmitting bat corona viruses, to humans in china's will hand something previously and repeatedly denied underwrote by the white house, his virus chief doctor fetching ah
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hello life for moscow. this is archie international. i'm calling bray with the we can world news 1st for russian gas provide a gas problem says that it will stop supplying moldova if the eastern european states fails to pay off its debt to the company. which currently stands at about $700000000.00. if the payment for gas supplies is not fully made and accordingly a new contract is not signed as of december, the 1st of this year, gas brom will stop gas supplies. html dover. the run no politics yet. gasp room is a joint stock company and cannot operate to sell loss. it cannot afford to lose tax payments to the budget. there are limits to patients. moldova is the one provoking this crisis while previously, moldova had a long running a contract with gas problem, where they received gas at a discounted rate for many years. and over that period, they didn't make the payments necessary on time. and eventually they have
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a mass. this huge debt for $133000000.00. and then you have to count all the fees and fines for late payments and outstanding debt which runs up to $700000000.00. the contract itself expired at some time ago in the last hours before the contract expired. a gas problem holdover agreed to extend that, that contract by a month, but by december 1st, they're gonna have to come up with a new contract. and these talks have been ongoing for a while now. those, there was a lot of a lot of pressure on both sides. the mal do, van's demanded that they get a 50 percent discount according to some reports that have come out of those talks. and now now is basically crunch time because gas. palmers could just come out and said the more dover refuses to acknowledge it's. it's huge debt. it wants these new supplies with that. paying off it's old debt, and moldova has now declared
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a state of emergency. they say the gas supplies in their pipelines are running out . so the, those, the pressure, the gas pressure is, is going down. so obviously supplies have been cut off gas from says that no such thing is happening. that it needs a little time at to get those supplies running again, where we will go from here is, is anyone's guess. obviously we have to bear in mind that there is a huge gas crosses all over the world at factories and plants in europe. ha, having to shut down businesses or having to shut down, because at this point, it is now more expensive to buy gas ventre sell their projects. such are the costs of production now, and this is all over the european continent. not just the european union with britain, britain as well in china, we're seeing the same store. so obviously the moldova are asking for help the europeans and others, whether they will receive that help remains to be seen. the
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turkish president resorted the ambassadors of 10 western allies, including the united states, france and germany, to be declared persona non grata the 1st step towards expelling them from the country. it's after the envoys called for the release of a turkish businessman, an activist, jailed for anti government activity and who still awaiting trial. it is not. i gave the necessary instructions to our minister of foreign affairs. i told him what he had to do, deal with the declaration of these 10 ambassadors as persona non grata as soon as possible. osman cabal has been in custody since late 2017, charged with financing protests, and participating in a failed coo, all of which he denies president her to n, as described him as a turkish leg of controversial billionaire investor, george soros, whose act of his stances edwin's repeatedly condemned the ambassadors issued a joint statement denouncing turkey's handling of cabal his case, and calling for his release to day marks for years sincere, ongoing detention of osmond cavallo,
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begin the continued delay since his trial inclusion by emergency different cases and creates new ones after previous acquittal, cast a shadow over respect for democracy. the rule of law andras' parents see in the turkish dish or a system. this is a really an extreme reaction, and it shows to me a great attentions that we are having between turkey and the e. u and the other nato countries. what a racist some concern is that a cover law indeed was the founding member of the open society foundation of george soros in turkey. so there are certain relationships with those billionaires and philanthropists who often have interfered in other countries in internal government affairs. turkey claims to see as its own sovereign right, and to determine how to do their internal affairs and they rechecked any interference
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into their judiciary. a push to the right seems to be key to success in french elections these days. some major candidates for president sand, even those who haven't officially announced their candidacy yet are all talking from way right of center such as eric zamora, is a talk show house and new darling of the french right wing. he's even tempting marine la pens, voters away and becoming a strong rival of current president, emanuel micron. well, as the hopefuls of face off shot ado ben's he takes us through what's lining up to be something of a bruising political hockey match. the players may know to pull yet be declared, but with less than 6 months before francis presidential election, the game is being played in right wing territory with participants trying to score on topics such as immigration, identity and security. a manual mac corn has
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slash the number of these it deliveries to countries such as to news. yeah, algeria and morocco, marina pan propose is a referendum on immigration and makes it more, says france must stop both illegal and legal immigration when the legal and legal immigration. that's exactly what i'm saying today. today, a lot of french people are just sick and tired really, that there is no politician in our these pastors has tackle the issue of, i'm aggression. nobody is doing anything. and you kind of feel that in trask that the situation is that it's very laxed and that nobody is doing anything in his trading problems. and these problems are not being tackled by the government. grants has no policy. real policy concerning immigration, these past decides say these past 20 years and this is starting to become a huge problem. ready in france, ah, bonnie,
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a sticks to that message on immigration saying it's weakening france's sense of identity. my colon has set up a think tank to combat wookey st. ideology that he believes is infecting the country. meanwhile, the more wants to buy new french names. valerie p. c, says french laws must have precedence over european jurisdiction, must be watching with interest as poland bottles, brussels on the same issue with my own. some countries have a stronger appetite for integration. others not only put lindsay this issue in the opposite way, in some countries, constitutions, the e, u. laura supreme other say the opposite. so this constitutional pluralism, this pluralism has to be respected. if the kids about a strong economic and political role and aspiration in the world, there are a lot of similar to celebrities between the re when movements which are getting
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talked ready here in france. and what trump did in the us, i think that trump fingerprinted also to progress the problems that the americans were facing. and these issues are coming and fast parties on the right. entranced, want to build borders, they want to check was coming into the country. they want to prove that the french workers are immigrant or foreign workers. so yes, of course, this is very close. busy to what donald trump was promoting in the red during his campaign. and what he tried to do once he was elected, ah, false is still worried about potential terror attacks. pretty much all the candidates know security is a key issue for vote is already to be only defensive. they're not met called parts . he's introduced controversial bills, one issue such as global security and in defense of the french republic. the pen has styled her party as one of justice and buddha is albia. but tony says he's
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priorities include the protection of the french, the end of impunity, all the while supporting the police. is it more has both said that security is the very 1st freedoms. there's an ongoing problem with insecurity code, you know, crime of various kinds of petty crime and most serious crime in the what a cool leap only of the suburbs to paris and the other big cities. then of course, that's the ongoing issue of terrorism, which has hit france. probably, i think more than any other european country, all of this plays out as the potential candidate. so see move seeking both from the same pool. so why have frances would be kept in shifted to the rights in 2017, the socialist party collapsed in france. and michael, who of course, came from francois loans team. he basically took over the socialists,
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the old socialist electorate. but of course, he is not himself particularly socialists, so he has, he has occupied that particular space and the socialist party has not found a candidate yet. who has the ability to challenge him on the left? as only poll suggests, the country is overwhelmingly disappointed with macro and all of the others who are offering to take charge. but in a pinch, most people tend to vote with what they know. meaning that the park is still at least, but now in macros. rink, charlotte, even sky artsy, paris, america's leading medical research agency has admitted funding risky studies into batson, corona viruses and china's woo han province. as despite earlier denials from america's top infectious diseases expert, dr. antony 40 that u. s. money had gone into so called a gain of function,
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research corresponded daniel armstrong, looks at the implications a game of fat and mouse in the u. s. over corona virus research findings and public funds. quite literally, a top national institutes of health official has admitted us taxpayer money, finance, testing, mice in china with backbone of irish, genetically altered to make it more transmissible to humans. now the danger, as such, research has always been that the virus could escape the lab and spark a public health disaster. limited experiment described in the final progress report was testing if spike proteins from naturally occurring. but corona viruses, circulating and china were capable of binding to the human ac to receptor in a mouse model laboratory mice and fretted with a s h c 014, w i v one bat corona virus become sicker than those infected with the w i. v one batt corona virus. eco hell fell to report this find in right away as was required
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by the terms of the grant. and yet for months the biden administration's big cheese on the disease thought to anthony found, she denied any claims that the u. s. funded such projects, it comes as vindication for republican senator ran paul, who's quest for transparency on the investigation, was beginning to look like a rat race? no one saying those are it is, was, it was in millennials, virus cause the pandemic. what were alleging is the gain of function research was going on in that lab, and an i h funded it that is an ide away from it. it meets your definition and you are up to skating the truth. anybody have lying here, senator? it is you. some experts say found she knowingly misled the country, the national institutes of health, se acknowledgements of the facts is new, but the facts themselves and not new. the national institutes of health was informed about the gain of function research in wu and in 2018. and again in 2020
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collins and found she lied to congress light to the press and light to the public. now, although the bat is out of the bag according to tobacco, let's say it seems that the u. s. has tried to cover up anything indicating any links to such research in we won the u. s. based ico health alliance president pizza dash jack was even chosen as part of a w h o team of experts to investigate the origins of cove it. but it seems that much of us top level f, it's in the pandemic, not least, their insistence on blaming and investigating china of only exposed us official cover ups and lies with a disturbing question being why our cover ups and lies needed these the most recent revelations show that they thought she and national institute of health director collins either outright wide or. busy have absolutely no idea what's going on with their agencies either way they have no business writing these organizations. and frankly, i think there needs to be a forward open investigation that whether or not they did know directly no. and if
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so, they should be held to the, to the fullest extent of punishment, or that if history is a judge of how it's going to go, we're going to see little to no accountability, but i hope i'm wrong name while it's emerged that antony found. she's been the top paid federal employee for years, and 2004. he was granted a permanent pay adjustment for bio defense research. he now ends more than the u. s . president spike cohen says that revelations about gain of function research really come as no surprise. i think it is the height of 9 to say to believes that what we know the u. s. government you have done from the 1939495969799202010 has suddenly magically stopped in the 20 twenty's that you know a decade century plus of subterfuge in clandestine operations and you know, and cover ups and scandals and lice suddenly ended,
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even though no one ever was held accountable for the old lies and clandestine operations and so forth. so i hate to say that, you know, i don't think this is a one off. this is car for the course for large authoritarian governments. congress has other questions for dr. voucher of revelations that his institute funded experiments on bagel puppies, including testing drugs and surgery to stop them talking. one and a half 1000000 taxpayer dollars were apparently spent on what no makers called costly, cruel, and unnecessary experiments. we got the full story on that for you online right now at auto dot com. i had here though, in a few minutes the criminal defense chief forms his german counterpart that she risks repeating a tragic historical precedent after she calls to put nato nuclear weapons and on russia's borders. as i say, just one of our stories still had after this the
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coin was created and invented specifically to kill central banks. it says felon and genesis block, they make a reference to the bank of england when the bank of england started squirming and they start whining that, oh my god, big coin is an existential thread to our existence. everyone who yearns for freedom in the world to day should let out a collective paragraph because we're finally getting rid of the worst actor on the financial scene for 300 years. old is driven by drill shaped banks, concur. some of those with
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dares sinks. we dare to ask oh, hello again. a caravan of around to 2000 migrants have walked out of a city in southern mexico where they'd been stuck and many a now heading towards the u. s. border. there was some scuffles as police struggle to contain the group ah migrants mainly from duracell, salvatore and haiti and had been waiting in temperature live in southern mexico for
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papers that might allow them to travel. but they grown tired of the lengthy processing delays. they're ultimately trying to reach the united states some 1600 kilometers away, at least that, that i'm trying to gain entry is hitting new highs. early this week, president biden recognized that he should visit the united states border in the south, but said he didn't have the time. do you have went to visit the southern board? i've been there before and i haven't, i mean, i know it. well, i guess i should go down, but the above on the whole point of it is i haven't had a whole lot of time to get down. it is the federal government's job to secure our border. but the bottom ministration has failed to do his job. the months long surgeon illegal crossings has instigated an international humanitarian crisis, spurred a spike and international criminal activity an open the floodgates to human traffic is in drug smugglers endangering public health and safety in our states. alaska
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lot. not pull dobson, who's a journalist for venezuela analysis, dot com. the news website that thanks for joining us on our say the texas governor and others blaming biden for the border crisis. but let's be honest, this pre dates even don't from promising a bowl in 2015. is it really fat 11 at all, or joe biden? no, not at all. i think a migration is a not pro consequence. we can say all prolonged periods of economic disparities where we have a united states with a certain level of confusion, power on the whole conglomerate of nations, to the south of it. in the caribbean and central american and latin america, which have been, we could pay, kept in economic crisis, kept in conditions of extreme poverty for many years. and so i think it's nothing surprising to see increase levels of migration. look going to the not, and, but the blindness eventually on, on the current new administration when it's essentially a structural economic problem,
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a long term problem. i think it's somewhat unfair what's causing this particular search at the moment. is there any one root cause right now that dynamics of migration are intrinsic and what, what causes and the timings and the whole range of other elements really dependent, a whole range of local practice. and i think it's very important that we point out that most of these migrants just generally normal working people are looking for a better quality of life, the republican letter to the, to us president. and we can accuse it, it states that the vast majority of these migrant, human traffic is in direct run, it is, is false, is unfair. and yet another example of the manipulation when the right wing u. s. elements and some of the more heinous than if i pick element. but also is what is the economic have to that the united states can and often does wield equally the can't be blameless people. leading countries in central and southern
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america where you are, they must share some of the blame, surely for how they're running their own shop. without doubt when we look at the course behind migration and venezuela, if a key example of this in the last 6 or 3 years, we've seen over 5000000 benefit reportedly migrate out of the country. there is a cocktail of answers and of course it behind the that this phenomenon, one of the major ones, in our case here in venezuela, doubtfully, the u. s. located against the country. we can look at migration without looking at the impact of the universe requested measures against venezuela. we get there centrally hamper or handicapped, any effort to to stimulate economic recovery in the country. that said, there are other, other elements in vote. we have to look at decision making in the economy. a local corruption is another element and but essentially keeping these countries impoverished, which is one of the u. s. major foreign policy objective in central and latin
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america is the main driving force behind the economic disparities which naturally create this migration. doesn't this create a 2nd or argument, or because these people are clearly extremely desperate. it takes a lot to abandon your home to make a thousands of miles tract to a country that doesn't want you. but if you are countries that are richer, like the united states, to help fund, to keep them at home, that's basically throwing money into corrupt governments. as you put it, so when the breaking point here well, if i think i think we should generalize, say, i know not every government and latin america or southern america, trump government. i think this would be, this would be disingenuous to generalize in this way and, and also to say that the united states doesn't want these migrants. it is not necessarily the whole answer either. the united states is faith through the very difficult petition. here. there are strong elements, which would prefer not to have that influx of migrants, of course, but there are other elements. we recognize that the, the, the u. s. economy essentially, to some point need this influx of cheap labor who are willing to work for below
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minimum wage and minimum wages in poor conditions. and this is to some extent necessary in the, in the structure of the u. s. economy. so this creates a sharp contradiction which really explains the difference in price we've seen between the trump administration and the current died and administration necessarily feels as an elusive solution somewhere but and having those wherever it is. ok, pull dobson from venezuela analysis dot com. thank you. next moscow's warned berlin and its nato allies not attempts fate by deploying military hardware, including nuclear weapons, close to russia, borders. against the backdrop of calls to contain russia, nato was amassing his forces along russia's borders. the german defense minister should know very well what consequences such moves have led to the past, both for germany and europe. stone remark came shortly after germany's defense minister, called on nato, to be ready to deploy nuclear weapons, to quote,
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deter russia near its maritime borders in the baltic and black see the build an official was an challenge to explain all comments. plu, dustin royce reported this morning that nate is contemplating deterrence scenarios for the baltic and blacks. the regents possibly involving air deployed nuclear weapons, is this the bath nate is prepared to take. this is that's the path of deterrent. we must make it very clear to russia that in the end, we're ready to move, and that is also the deterrents doctrine in to deploy such means is to deter in advance. and so that nobody comes to the idea of attacking nato partners in the bull. taken black sea regions and this is a comments coincided with nato unveiling its new master plan to defend the block against what it calls a potential russian attack on multiple fronts. the western military alliance held a 2 day meeting of defense ministers, the wrapped up on friday, his how nato secretary general described the current state of relations between the block and russia. it's also approach shown to russia. her remains the same as
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before, meaning earn credible the turns on the fence, combined with efforts to a meaningful dialogue with russia. the relationship between nato and russia is now at a low point. it has not been more difficult since to handle the cold war. and so need to expansion into the former soviet republics. goes against promises was given to mikhail gorbachev. back in 1989, 1991. the soviet union was current and what was collapse that leads to wouldn't expand into those norms. interesting as well is that germany has a traditional, recently been quite calmer in regards to russia. was it once germany to increased his military spending in order to comply with lennox, which of the americans basically said, which once germany to join britain and france in taking a much more belk or stance towards a towards russia. so i suspect is a game going on in binary in german politics,
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as that era of angel narco comes to an end selling out working people. there's what british prime minister, boris johnson's being accused of, and that arrives in so called fire and re hire practices. the notorious scheme of dropping that bree employee and workers, on worst terms, is intensified during the pandemic. certainly, according to unions, and it's got the political opposition reeling as well. this week, government has allowed bad bosses to force brutal changes to contracts and take thousands in wages from families. there is agreement across the political spectrum that fire and re hire is unfair, unjust and unacceptable. but once again, we have only warm wars and bluster from bars. johnson who's ordering his m p 's to vote down the bill selling out work and people in the process is coercive. it's bullying it. and i can tell you from experience is it's very, it's a, it's a very unpleasant situation, almost feels like being in an abusive relationship because the workplace is
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a relationship. teachers, you know, it's, it's built on trust and confidence. and what fire rehired does is it breaches, watch, trust, and confidence. and that's why i shall i have no other option, but to allow myself in my experience to be sat on the fiery high. because i could not continue in that relationship any more. am because because of its abuse of nature, raise it, we could show that nearly a quarter of all you k workers say they've had their conditions, such as pay or hours downgraded during the pandemic. or many say they've endured fire and re hire practices having to reapply for their jobs on worse terms and conditions will face the sag boris johnson himself school the practice unacceptable . however, fire and re hire remains legal, provided the due process as a follow, like formerly consulting workers and observing set noticed period. but kevin burned the for buquet gas industry working you heard from before, believes the laws of protecting the wrong people. so force that because you know,
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i am a law abiding citizen, like most people and you know, i'm led to believe that the laws are there to protect it. citizens, for i think in with best experience to realize the laws are actually bare to protect corporations and them and the money class. what makes it worse me is yes, it is the final insult. because when i embark on my disputes, my in sanction the sanction of my colleagues and comrades was. so when are the speech and to win a so convincingly bass, no company would, would use fire and re hire. but for sleep packet macklin, you know, it's to paraphrase, harper late m. m is bought to kill a mockingbird. the definition of cottage is when you know you left from the beginning, you begin anyway. and that's what we did. because we were up against the, with, with the corporation such as british gas. and that's the way it looks for moscow so
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far this weekend. thanks for watching in the coming our short thomas to say to keep you posted on all the developments here at r t international. what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it tree that even foundation let it be an arms race is on offensive, very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very political time. time to sit down and talk.


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