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[000:00:00;00] hold up at lives with us, our live on our teeth, a 1000000 euros a day. that is the price of poland will have to pay for daring to defy the e u. after the countries constitutional court stated that polish law. trump's european law freedom or a possible 175 year prison sentence. julian salinger's fate rests in the hands of the you. case high court as an extradition appeal hearing to america for the whistleblower starts in london today. and a chilling warning from the united nation is, which says, the situation in afghanistan is so dire that half of the country's entire population could face starvation. we hear from the organization a really big board b tariff, orange material crisis where we,
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even today we're talking about 19000000 people who are, as we say, company foods, care of that means the experiencing hunger on a daily basis. ah, i just talked to a 5 pm here in moscow and a full docket for you today here on the program. this is our t international. but along the simmering rule of law, a dispute between the e. u and poland has taken another time. the use court of justice has just ordered warsaw to pay a daily fine of a 1000000 euros. brussels wanted war sort of scrap, a chamber tasked with disciplining judges. because the u. c. a scheme is a threat to its rule of law getting the full story here with our correspondent now peter oliver. it's a major escalation in that ongoing dispute over rule of law between brussels and
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war saw it comes after poland. top court ruled that the polish constitution supersedes a you law. now the european court of justice is said until that ruling is overturned . poland is going to face a 1000000 euro fine every single day. the vice president recalls that a member's state cannot plead provisions practices, or situations prevailing in its domestic legal order to justify failure to observe obligations arising under a you law. it appears necessary to strengthen the effectiveness of the interim measures by providing for the imposition of a periodic penalty payment on poland in order to deter that member state from delaying bringing its conduct into line with that order. the reason that the e, c, j has gone in so hard on poland is what the ruling from the constitutional tribunal in warsaw at risked. basically, they're concerned, it puts the,
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the whole nature of the european union's unified rule of law at risk. now that's everything from. busy extradition treaties to cross border disputes ranging from divorce to multi $1000000000.00 deals. all of that put at risk if one member state is allowed to say, actually our rules are more important than the blocks rules. if you thought that the threat of a 1000000 euro a day, fine would chased an a recalcitrant poland. well, there mateusz might have it ski. the polish prime minister has been bullish in his response. what will happen if the european commission starts of 3rd world war by going to defend our rights with any weapons which are at our disposal. there is a chance that this ruling by the european court of justice in a decision to impose these fines, could cause real splits within the european union block because senior figures major voices within the a you had been saying,
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let's not push poland to hard among those voices, german chancellor angler merkel who warned against putting in place to stiff financial penalties on poland leicester turned into the fact that they would ab double down and create a bunker mentality in warsaw. it seem though that those voices like those of angler, myrtle hasn't been listened to the european court of justice has gone ahead with these fines. we waiting to see what this ultimately ends up in an ongoing dispute between warsaw and brussels. we heard more on the dispute from a former labor mp kate hurry and poll. not all a former member of the european parliament erecting. just like, i'm afraid you always act in a very overpowering bullying way. i mean, the amount of money is it's huge, but you know, it's the principal really that matters. and i imagine that that's what the police government would be interested in, and not necessarily the actual details, even if they find that very,
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very more my question of who actually wrong to their country. and, you know, we're finding this even in, in my own pocket, kingdom, more than you trying to interfere and run on. and even though it's so this is, is nothing new to you. i just hope that the polish government i don't actually take on what isn't very, very significant issue of i who actually runs the country and who controls the laws while it's invested. doesn't sense, especially considering that the polish prime ministers argued the german coal, the spanish, the french, they will pass him the rulings regarding the primacy of the you law. yet nothing seems to happen. so when the european union, it seems that there's one rule for the east. central european countries like poland, i don't know for the rich west of european countries. i think it's wholly on. the
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whole polish disputes of split the ought to be in union. in many ways, who does a split that amongst the capitals, but also there's a split amongst the institutions. so whereas the european commission wants to sit down and have more conversations with poland regarding this issue, the european parliament wants to see poland punished right now. and therefore, the europe in parliament has threatened to, to suit your opinion commission unless i acted before november the 2nd. so there's problems all rounds on this is got the, this is going to play out now for quite a long time. but it will be interesting to see how well so responds in prison with the lease found a drilling assange finds himself back in court today as a 2 day expedition hearing gets underway in the u. k. the high court is considering an appeal by the u. s. over a previous ruling to block the whistleblowers extradition is wanted by washington to face 17 charges of espionage and one of conspiracy to hack
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a government computer. if convicted assange could get a prison sentence of a 175 years. a hearing forward, you know, now kicked off at the united states is now appealing to kind of a, started back in january with the united states. so that was a decision based primarily on the risk i made about trying to put on it to try a, the all humans a not the place at a maximum security prison in the united states and even 2nd sentence in australia.
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they're also on hearing the sound of mental and physical health isn't as bad as has been made out of actually with the united states. or you could actually prevent a noise acting for the united states. say that his help is completely on the day to day hearing a date, it will be the opportunity to present a defendant hold your thoughts. but today already there are plenty of processes behind me. i saw it. and just before the court hearing i just a few hours ago with julia foss, will not be here in person today. it was denied that opportunity was i think i'll grade july. the can be only one district student here. that is no extradition. us has abused the laws,
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the agreements with this country. it's abusing the tradition agreements with this country in order to have this hearing today. it has to come to an end. julian has to be freed, representing a thing completely, this area a years now, and that has been a nation that they only with one of them felt more than it's not connected with bail anytime soon. i should be looking for a brief quick here. i mean, generally, if you committed a very serious offensive break, you've got job for 2 and a half years, but he's not convicted of anything. you know,
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we publish the true out is to pull the us now with now with the decision dated january should not be extra cited. the fact that the united states can reach their long term out into the world and killing assange. one of these alleged options included engaging in a shoot out in the streets of london. if you read all the gory details, you'll be amazed by how hollywood it all is. that was back in 2017 when we q leagues published a damming investigation into sci hacking tools. this is just how embarrassing things got for the us system. it's a point at which you'd expect the people and organizations involved to react or rather fail to react by saying no comment. but my compare did, they should all be prosecuted for speaking about classified activity inside the central intelligence agency. maybe they didn't, maybe as the cop just made it up. but you should,
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i take seriously my responsibilities to protect that information. this can be seen as compos confirmation of the assange kit, not all kill story. why else would you want to prosecute those sources? speaking about classified activity only a few months ago and i slattich news outlet reported on some eye opening testimonies by a key witness in the u. s. indictment against the weaker leads founder. very embarrassing for the was justice system to if true. the iceland national admitted that almost all of what he said while being questioned by the f. b, i consisted of lies proffered an exchange for immunity, from american prosecution. ah ah, this activity was said include attempts to hack into the computers of members of parliament
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and recalled that come to the crisis follows the celtic us withdrawal after a 20 year military presence that the taliban classed by much of the world as a terror organization. rapidly re took control of the country and of course, the capital. and since then, western countries along with international financial bodies have stopped there 8 payments. the u ends of food and agriculture organization has warned the worst is yet to come. ah, 1st and foremost situation today in afghanistan and looking forward is really, really alarming. let's remember 70 percent of afghans people live in rural areas involved in agriculture. so the drought has had had a massive effect already. that's why early on this year we were already sounding the alarm for this or, you know, the describing tearing crisis children are the worst hit a few days, a few weeks of deep hunger can lead to stunting. it can lead to wasting these a. secondly,
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look at the short term. we're talking about the country of which agriculture. as i said it's, it's, it's 80 percent likelihood that's, you know, it was, it's the most important sector in terms of people's lives in this collapse is now done within it. with looking at massive displace, there are thousands of health clinics that are struggling at a time when because of the, the crisis, the need to going up. we're starting to see more and more children suffering from severe acute malnutrition. the clinics need need money for the doctors of the salaries of equipment, et cetera. a really big, broad, deep, terrifying mentality crisis. well, even today we're talking about 19000000 people who are, as we say acutely food insecure, that means they're experiencing hunger on a daily basis. and as you said, we haven't seen the worst yet. the projections are the by the end of the year and next year, 23000000. that's more, that's 55 percent more. busy than one out of every 2 afghan men, women and children will be in that situation. in september,
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a high level meeting in geneva took place a $1000000000.00 was pledged, but that about $275000000.00 has arrived in the hands of human terrans fm. i an organization w, p, unicef. so one of the money that was pledged has yet to arrive, but who quite honest, it's only gonna be a drop in the ocean. the situation is, is deteriorating so quickly, so dramatically the scale and the speed of which the humanitarian catastrophe, which military crisis unfolding heading towards catastrophe, means it, unfortunately far more money is required. well, it's good to have you with us for this program here on our t. still the com. a prominent supporter of the funding, the police in america now claims dysfunctional policing is to blame for skyrocketing crime in minnesota. that story animal just
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a month with does euro pappas, strategic vision for the future? what kind of relationship will it develop with china? europe stands at a crossroads will remain dependent on washington is a junior partner or will europe opt to play the role of a great power on the world stage. so you see this statistic that 90 percent of the wow, the sell by 10 percent of the population and they added trillions of dollars to their network. since the pandemic, one would look out onto the american landscape and reversed. the figures are lawyers are too weak against organized crime punishment. so to lean and so there's a lot of things you need to do in the area of criminal law that is not been done, not by the current government, not by the former government,
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because they don't realize what's needed to be done and we need made you changes in sweden to fix this problem, we need to real life sentences. we need much more surveillance. when it comes to criminal gowns, we need a special penal code to fight criminal gangs that april posts 10 years ago. but no one listened back them. and the government current and the former government, they are doing minor changes, but those changes doesn't matter. while a crime rates are skyrocketing in the u. s. city of minneapolis and the states democratic representative has pointed the finger directly at the police, accusing them of not fulfilling their duties. that is, despite the ill hand omar being among the most vocal advocates of defending the police force. policeman t, now for dear o. s e i c l o
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v m minneapolis. my amount is wow, wu apartment has lost more than $200.00 officers due to funding cards and low morale . but activists claim to funding the force is not enough and they wanted entirely replaced with so called department of public safety. while minneapolis i was the centre of a massive wave of protest last year following the death of george floyd. an altercation with a police officer, a violent riots erupt nationwide and led to a vocal de funder police protest movement. so we got the thoughts of retired policemen. no. dominic is all about all this. the number one thing people whine of doing for political purposes when it comes to defining the police as it's a gut ral gut wrench, a reaction that they're looking at because you have your constituents, if they're trying to get their votes from. i'll look at it as they're going to get rid of police as blame police. let's to fun them. whatever she wants to put into place, the department of mental health to take over this. you're just,
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you're asking for problems. this comes from not allowing law enforcement to view their job and not being backed properly. and you're going to see such a disaster unfold in my personal opinion and experience with law enforcement. one of the main reasons that gra crime rates keep growing up is lack of prosecution. the state attorney would always try to lessen a charge to, to win more prosecute prosecutions, which would put them in about a better position for reelection. but you just, you see a lot of stuff like that which puts people criminals back on the street. and it perpetuates a cycle. you need to go back to the constitution. you need to have like police officers do their job. yeah, this conversation continues right now. online at auto dot com, just check on the click on as you say, the america section, or we are still back in about half an hour time with more of your worldwide headlines. hope you can join us the top of the ah, ah
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. one of the worst ever mass shootings in america was in las vegas in 2017. the tragedy exploded a little of the real las vegas, where many se elected officials are controlled by casino knows the dank, is shooting, revealed wet deal vs p. d really is. and now it's part of the stand machine. to the american public barely remembers that it happens. that just shows you the power of money and las vegas. the powerful showed that true colors when the pandemic hit the
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most contagious contagion that we've seen in decades. and then you have a mayor who doesn't care. so here is caroline goodman, offering the lives of the vegas residence to be the control group. to the shiny facades conceal a deep indifference to the people who lives could have been saved if they were to take an action. absolutely, keep the registering and keep the slot machines. dinging vegas is a money machine is a huge cash register that is ran by people who don't care about people's lives being lost from a ah
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ah hello and welcome to cross stock where all things are considered. i'm peter lavelle . does your a path to strategic vision for the future? what kind of relationship will it develop with china? europe stands at a crossroads will remain dependent on washington as a junior partner or will, europe ought to play the role of a great power on the world stage. i cross talking e u china relations. i'm joined by my guess i nor tango in beijing. he is a political and economic affairs commentator in prague. we have brad blankenship. he is a columnist at c g, t. and as well as an rti contributor and in elecom that we crossed a look river. he is an independent journalist. i gentleman cross hoc rules and the fact that means he can jump in any time you want. now he's appreciate, look, let me go to you 1st here. i mean, it, you know, on the face of it, you know,
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be in europe's relationship or more. rather you relationship with china is very


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