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ah ah little stories of the we can all seen to national accident and emergency wards in england. the buckle under the pressure patients report having to wait up to 50 hours for a bad at the pandemic puts a better button on hospitals in the u. k. every step of the way that mismanaged the crisis, aside from the vaccine rolled out by a re personnel. any faith in the car, it pollen. the keys is the yield pressure and blank mailed with a dispute over the rule of law rising to some level. the wounds from america cale take pull out from afghanistan, failed to heal in the week. a grieving father who lost 10 family members in a one in a one who drones try that shot he is on break and thoughts about hope and sation over it. with compensation is not
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a remedy for the pain inflicted on us. it can't replace the loss of my family, my brother, my own daughter, and their fees have lost their lives. compensation will not bring them back to life and and development this sunday human asia on the brink of sadism. moscow slams a u. s. move to stop the processing of immigrant these obligations in russia, adding the country to had left of just 10 nations. what has no calls to let were presentation ah, life for moscow, this is unseen to national with media ship of all of our fast. we called this now with some breaking news from north east of africa. in sedan. local media reports are saying that for the countries ministers and a number of high profile, the patients have been arrested. the prime minister of the african country has also
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reported have been placed under house arrest. the media also claimed the army has blocked all roads and bridges leading to the campus. so this follows unrest on sunday in the capital of cartoon. what security forces applied here gas at for military protested he won't to dissolve, be traditional. the transitional competence operating in the crisis stolen country back to the military's removal of president, all the shrew and april 19th, 2019, after nearly 3 decades. the rule, as always, will bring you more information on the story and as we get it moving on now, staff shortages, soaring carried cases and pressure on the national health service have all that to another crisis in england the week. so new report that in some parts of the country, patients have had to wait for almost 50 hours to get to bed in accident and emergency unit. and one case a patient reported it's been 47 hours in line at
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a hospital in the north west of england while in the south of the country. a teenager with serious mental health problems waited for almost 2 days in the majesty department. similar incidents were also reported in scotland and wales. now look at winchester, told us what happened to his father. he woke up 11 o'clock and his legs just wouldn't work and he fell out. but we didn't find him until 3 o'clock where my dad's going to go cool, where he shouldn't heard from him. when we called for the ambulance initially, they said not to leave him. oh, in case the best spinal injury. after what you saw a couple of hours my, my dad sort of saw trying to hurry them up a little bit, tried to finding no 99 again to ask when they sent you an estimate arrival that direct him to one who would then turn him back to 999 to and from there. eventually we spoke to a chat, he suggested how to move him back into his c and how to get him up and we did that
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is improving, but he probably still required medical assistance, but insinuated to us that was not even a senior. they said, would you, would you like to cancel the ambulance on everything but the ambulance that day and at that point we took them at their value and said, yeah, okay, we'll cancel that and then we'll give miss dinner and get me to bed, et cetera. because over the night i stay the night make sure that you know the night is condition worsened in the morning. i'd call for an ambulance reform. se 91 percent of hospital beds were occupied in england as of mid october. then at the same time burton's health secretary has admitted, there aren't enough staff to operate the countries emergency telephone lines and centering job. it added that a detailed plan of action was being put together and would be unveiled soon. but look,
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ventures that isn't convinced every step of the way the mismanaged the crisis. aside from the vaccine rolled out, i don't re person have any faith in the current government. and the people on the grounds who are working really hard, like the paramedics, like the people answering the calls. they're not necessarily always getting, given the clearest information. you know, i fully believe that when the person from 111 told us to talk to 999999 to talk to 111. i'm sure that they believe that's what. yeah, that's what i'm told to do. there's no real simple answer as to where i think they're going to fix it, because their actions so far appear to be now cove 18th throwing extra problems into the health crisis. in the u. k. we reported in the week about that growing confusion and become true over the difference between as seen and based that's among medical professionals themselves. late in the program will explain why that please. they live the highly vulnerable patients
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at risk the poland this week, he's the e of pressure and blackmail and arguments still raging over whether the blocks laws should take priority over national legislation. a long road ahead of us this road is a combination of dialogue, legal response, and concrete action to restore the independence of the judiciary. yona knocking on this. there is no european country that contains itself. european, if as judges are not independent, this is at the heart of our fundamental tax with good advice for my own. some countries have a stronger appetite for e. you integration, others not only poland, see this issue in the opposite way in some countries constitution say you, laura, supreme other say the opposite. so this constitutional pluralism, this pluralism has to be respected. the ra overshadow. the senate of the 27 member
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stays the final one for outgoing german chancellor angle of michael. she warned against isolating poland. the standard started when poland highest court ruled that elements of e you law were incompatible with the countries constitution. war. so took a lot of flack from e u. leaders for challenging the blocks corvalle the rule of law. if the rift goes deeper, the you may punish will. so by it was sending billions of euros and curving recovery funds. there were some tensions have added more fuel to the idea of poland, maybe even leaving the european union. although as we had there is strong support to stay in, the of the government are very simply sent to chosen and other way the way of confrontation with you. and now it looks like it's a very strong recording, very strong, put very strong swab goes for, you know, struggle between the information on the a and,
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and the polish government is very busy. but the struggling, growing on the other hand, government knows that they need money from that you've florida economic recovery. i think the people in poland in majority support being in the use of the younger generation is very skeptical about leaving. say you, i think that young people are not, as we imagine living in and other words without the you both possibilities, like working abroad starting to bro lives, you know, moving freely and using freedom of movement. money can't replace our loss. that is the response from the father of an african family, devastated by us trying to strike and washington's promise of compensation because of it during america as panicked withdraw from i'm gonna stand in august that top killed 10 members of him are not his extended family,
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including his 2 year old daughter, all that other company, sation is not a remedy for the pain inflicted on us. it can't replace the loss of my family, my brother, my own daughter, nephews, have lost their lives. compensation will not bring them back to life. each day after that attack, our life is getting more and more miserable day and night. we recall them were our remaining family. we mr. malott life is hell without them. we intend to leave of gustavo because we lost 10 of our braces lives now it's painful for us to review without those loving kids. so it took months for the us, the own up to the mistake which was supported, which was supposed to target members of the territory of ice is k. there is no official information about the amount of money being offered to the family. but apart from that, they are to be given assistance if they want to relocate to the us the humanitarian situation. afghanistan is now at a crisis point. there are about 600000 people displaced as
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a result of fighting and economic instability. most of them women and children, it's estimated that millions of youngsters and need humanitarian aid to survive right now. and although the united states is providing nearly $64000000.00 in assistance in our marty says the losses to his nation a much greater than money. oh marcel hall like this kind of aid doesn't compensate the loss you reflected on this nation. how will you address the miseries in the agony of war of the father and brother, a child or a family? believe me, you can't find a single african family in this country without a martyr. you can feel this pain everywhere. it can be dealt with through humanitarian aid. what we need is peace in of genest on whether the previous regime or the slammy government. it doesn't matter. we are glad, at least the americans have admitted their mistake and said they would pay the compensation. but we demanded americans investigate thoroughly before such drawn attacks happen in the future. just got
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a lot more difficult for russian citizens to apply for us immigrant visas on home soil. they now have to travel around 1200 kilometers to the american consulate in war. so it comes us to the you are stopped a showing all tourist visas for russians earlier this year. now the u. i stay department has added a russia to its list of just 10 countries where it has no consulate representation along with the likes of iran, libya and somalia. the russian foreign ministry has blasted them if he is diplomat, turned the procedure trivial for the 21st century into hell based on humiliation. on the brink of say it is and my colleague, conan brandt is casting leave early with elsie correspondent, eli at the tank. so russians have been listed as a homeless nationality, just listen to it once again, homeless nationality. this is really a diplomatic slap in the face and other countries on that lists other nationalities,
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i should say, include yemen, these libyans, that as well, ands. and what those countries have in common? well, they were present the countries in which either the u. s. has no consular presence whatsoever, or where the political or the security situation is very dire. but it doesn't feel like this is really the case with moscow, for example. now what this decision by the us state department means for ordinary russians is that russian immigrant applicants will now have to go to war, saw the capital of poland for their interviews, for example. but for russian citizens, in order to go to poland, they have to get an e. u. shan, get visa, which really makes the whole situation much more complicated. however, the was state department told us that they see warsaw as the most convenient option . however, they are saying that they do understand that this is quote on quote,
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a very significant change for the applicants. and they're also, they are putting the blame for this entire situation. on the russian side, the russian government's decision to prohibit the united states from retaining hiring or contracting russian or 3rd country stuff severely impacts our ability to provide counselor services. the extremely limited number of counselors, staff in russia. this time does not allow us to provide routine visa or us citizen services. so from listening to that, it sounds i brush is made of the lives of us diplomats far more complicated as well . so what's the wider context it? well, it's really important to look at what happened earlier about 6 months ago. washington expanded its anti russian sanctions and kicked 10 russian diplomats out of the country, which is on top of many more diplomat expulsions. i tell you that there was a total of more than $100.00 in moscow kept warning all along,
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but it will be responding with different kinds of measures now apart from expulsions. one of the steps that moscow has taken is that it banned the u. s. embassy in moscow from hiring russian citizens or 3rd country nationals. and as a result of all that, that are sullivan is saying that his team swung to 120 people. and he believes that is not enough to perform their console duties properly. but the russian foreign ministry spokeswoman murray is harbor is saying that the americans were the architects of their own demise. for many years seems to me that have been destroyed to cancel a service. the system in russia, which they didn't create. they haven't closing counselor agencies cuttin stuff. conducting experiments with hollow is symmetric response differs from tit for tat. i wonder if any of these do, the strategy apologists took into account that at the same time they destroyed
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their own ideals of freedom. it homes, families and relatives, the kinds of connections that keep relations between states and nation as alive. it homes, people who sincerely believed in the west pleasures about freedom of travel. i want to ask where and now these ideals which are so often spoken about on the other side of the atlantic. and when it comes to reality in the face of certain people, human rights, all of a sudden have no place in washington's least afraid orators. while it looks like things with these diplomatic missions are only getting worse, however, when the 2 presidents, joe biden, and latimer met in geneva in the summer, big greed that the to con please. we'll make steps to improve the situation so far. like i said, it's only getting worse and according to the russian foreign minister, sir, you elaborate. the reason for this is that washington is playing some kind of game made, which they are trying to bargain for preferences, which are one sided. however,
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moscow maintains that if the sanctions are east that needs to be done on an equal footing. but like we see, the only problem is that it's the ordinary people that are suffering from this diplomatic war. every other country on that list is a 3rd world country and looks like half of them are countries that are war torn's, you know, they're either involved in civil wars or wars. and, you know, understandably in those countries, the u. s. doesn't have much in the way of, of embassy officials. it's all politics. it's the u. s. now, i miss this anti russia campaign that i've been going on. really, you, since the late obama administration, the sad thing is that it's the average person who gets hurt by the us and you have to go to warsaw and you have to get the shing and visa. so it gets very expensive.
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and i did so very childish, it seems to me a big developing story this weekend, a thousands of migrants have set help from mexico 7, but with the safety of temperature eula. and on our heading towards the us scuffles broke out when police trying to hold mind the massive caroline the the than 3000 people, including families with young children, again, tracking on food on saturday. the migrants from hey, to south and central america hope to reach the us. settle that this week, breath and bite of acknowledge that the that he should visit the united states
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southern board and also saw that he hasn't had time so far. so benzo l a base journalist code documents has mixed messages from the u. s. a contributing to the current crisis base joyce is really the natural consequence of the prolong structure economic situation in central and latin america. in the case of venezuela, we really have to look at the role of the united states in keeping these countries handicapped, impoverished to some extent and, and in our case, the unilateral quest at measures against the country, the road at washington is not innocent when it comes to these, the economic crisis, generalized economic crisis in many of these countries in honduras and height, the question of migration to the united states is very uncomfortable. there will be sectors which we prefer not to migrate into the country. but there are also strong sectors, especially in the upper classes of the united states, which recognized the u. s. economy. and to some extent means this cheap labor force
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in the country who are willing to work for lower wages in more precarious conditions without collective contracts, without trade union rights. and due to the need to have, i even actually need to maintain that family and to eat vulnerable patients in the u. k. could been missing out on a life saving koby shot of a doctor's fusion about the difference between a said dose of the vaccine. and based at the inoculations must be given in the correct order, but the 2 terms are often used interchangeably, leading to mix ups and among, even among magics. the wife of one man with the red type of blood cancer told us in the week how they'd been caught in the confusion. i went into the g p a and she said there is not the jump. chris? sure there's no, i think, right? if, if this is different to a booster,
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it is part of the primary course of the vaccine, right? but prior to that, to my research, and my research, what i found whilst that there's a 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 do to confusion over the differences between the 3rd jab and the booster by the very people administering them, leasing black and white institute. and the thing the way i did it differently, vaccine has gotten differently based, and it's certainly as confusing people. the recommendation is that those who are immunosuppressed, meaning they have a weekend immune system at the time of their 1st. and 2nd cove at vaccines should
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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 brook into their life saving vaccines with experts saying that this huge error could cost lives. reduction it be the potency of the job for the boosters. so there's a lot of a conflation of these 2 terms. the immunocompromised people don't have full effective immunity against a cave in 19. if you don't have your immunity top top to the, the optimum level for you, then your greater risk you need to bait. presumably some people will end up passing
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away because of julie's husband. brian suffers multiple myeloma, a rare type of blood cancer. meaning he is amino compromised and entitled to his 3rd and the last 8 weeks. so julie has 40 gangs, at least a dozen healthcare professionals, including gps chemists and even staff of vaccination centers who told her there is no such thing as a 3rd dose. oh, use the time interchangeably with booster, the people that giving this injection, you talked to centric, know nothing about the dead, joe. you know about the booster. i'm fuming, i'm giving it the group to be honest because did not. you have the right to commission in my i for lots of people about the booster thinking to get the job and did not be published. i'm speaking on behalf of brian because e is magwell. all the people out there. that's not just necessarily got my loaner gotten leukemia lymphoma, but it's got any thing that give them a compromised immune system. so my husband is one person,
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but i just think about them all the people that's not got a jewelry beander avenue more either in the contract that this information is not being given out correctly. as you can, infections hit almost 50000 in a single day. the highest since july, in order to avoid a return to cave at restrictions, the government is urging the public to do their bit and take the coven vaccine and booster offers. i think we've been really clear that we've all got a role to play. if people, if known 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, news and bring this weekend. a soaring fuel prices and mandatory health passes response protests in paris on saturday as more than 20000 people from across the political spectrum, gallivant, the french capital. the demonstrations were organized by the yellow vest movement,
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which has house several runners against the french governments. code regulations over the last few months. also, the introduction of mandatory covey pass is wrought thousands out on the streets of milan. t. u. rules came in last friday for all workers. the past shows a passenger, current status oxidation, negative test result or recovery from the disease and growing corporation between russia and neighboring china. as them ministries have conducted that fast, enjoined and see patrol in the west pacific. they organized a sale and maneuver operations and held life fire drills falling a joint naval exercise in the sea of japan early in the month get a job and a $500.00 bonus. oh, go own unpaid leave. that the ultimatum facing and vaccinated government work is a new york city mat bo diblasio announced an expanded vaccination mandate last week
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to cover all 300000 city workers now including firefighters and police offices. demonstrators gathered in the city center on sunday to protest against the measures . many of them stood in solidarity with you as a basketball player, kyrie irving, who has been banned from playing for not being vaccinated. expanded measures on top of an early mandate for teachers and health workers to get the job. despite the opposition this it is man has stood by the move. yes, city work, you need to be vaccinated. we are here to keep you safe. so you can keep everyone else safe that in new york say to police officers seek are come, believes however, that the mandate will actually have the opposite effect and reduce safety. new york go is basically a way to defend the police without actually finding them. they're going to have police officers either, either leaving the job or not showing up for work to or,
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and already understaffed police force. so she's going to bleed numbers. even more. people aren't going to be safe because unless you know, people are that depend on the police force to keep them safe. whether it's in new york, chicago, ellie, or any place elsewhere, abby's boundaries going on are going to feel the difference in their communities and crime goes up and looking for a police officer and they can find a beside the speed has also broken out in chicago. that when it's police union and city whole, that's after a similar mandate was entities obliging all stacy employees to be vaccinated by the end of the year. but not everywhere in the us has such as treat vaccination policy . the senator, for the neighboring state of indiana has offered any chicago office, a willing to defy the mandate and job that my office stands ready to help connect chicago police officers to an indiana police department that is hiring now and doesn't have a vaccine mandate. i don't think it's a negative at all. florida actually is offering the same thing. and for those
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numbers, as far as per capita are down, i think only the lowest in the country is not the lowest. so i guess is requisite, lloyd, i guess some. so show to support those words that stand for medical freedom, then stand for body autonomy and i think it's a great move. think it's more about taking advantage of the c simply wanting to lose a good cops, and they're happy to pick them up in any state or so that supports us and says that they'll stand with us. especially with our constitutionally protected rights is a, is a bonus for any law enforcement officer. so i supported fully and, and just before we go, i remind of our breaking news this. our local media reports such as the prime minister of sudan, has been placed under house arrest for the country's ministers and a number of high profile politicians have also reportedly been detained. their
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report that the army has it arose and bridges leading to the capital cartoon. mo bile and internet connections had also apparently been cut off. it follows unrest in the city of sedan. when security forces fighting against that pro military protest is calling for the dissolution of the government. it's been running the wharton country since and military kind of a through president alba here in april 2019. after nearly 3 decades of rule. that's the week round out. no news in half an hour at next, on our se, internationally. it's going to ground. and for our new cave years, if they cross talk with hospital about oh, the join me every thursday on the alex salmon show and i'll be speaking to guess in the world, the politics, sport, business and show business. i'll see you then me
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be in arms. race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successfully, very difficult time. time to sit down and talk with
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i'm after retents here. we're going undergrad coming over the show is the issue of war crimes. black or white has newcastle f. c follows the british government in cozying up to saudi arabia. we speak to a barrister wants to read card saudi arabia, which you k p m boss. johnson enables arm sales to bomb yemen, site of the world's worst humanitarian crisis. and this scandal threatens the future of the taxpayer funded british crown ahead of a hearing in the sexual abuse case against prince andrew who denies everything. we ask best selling bio ground hallowani about the traitor king fascism. and if the royal family has always been damaged, good, all of them all coming up in today's going underground with 1st to the world's worst humanitarian crisis. fueled by british weapons as bars. johnson's u. k. foreign secretary, this trust returns to britain from arms, customer, saudi arabia. i'm join now from the hague by human rights. le toby cabman, co founder of guernica, 37. toby, thanks so much for coming on. so as i say, live trust is go back. now you're raining on.


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