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ah ah, with gold flyers heard flushes erupt and tear gas is deployed. as a crisis deepens on the border between poland and valor, bruce, as a large crowd of migrants stormed the frontier into the polish territory. also had on the program today. a french police officer survives a stabbing thanks to his bullet proof vests in an incident, thus reportedly being investigated as a possible act of terrorism. also ahead a black seen division spark protests in the u. s. after a court temporarily blocks that biden administration's plan to impose compulsory
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cobit shots on private businesses and the mom charged over the capitol hill, riots compares foul conditions in a washington jail to guantanamo pay. we speak with an investigative journalist to receive the prisoner's letter. i know that the january 5th prisoners are being treated worse than those prisoners. that's what i'm hearing from dan. you're not allowed to have visitors and they're just being put in solitary confinement often. ah, wherever you're tuning in from across the globe today. welcome to moscow and to the news our an rti, our top story gunfire has been heard and tear gas fired at migrants trying to storm the border between poland and belarus. the baller russian authorities,
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it earlier, a large group of people mostly from the middle east, had managed to cross into poland. will it's crossed. her europe corresponded peter all over the keep track of a fast developing day. peter, we do know there had been heighten tensions on that frontier for some time. it take us through the latest developments, a major incident unfolding on the border between poland and bella, ru studies, of course, as well. the border between bella and the european union. thousands of people trying to cross from bella roost into poland. they're currently in a stand off in some sections with troops from the, the polish side who are trying to stop them from crossing over. now footage that's come out throughout monday reveals really the size of the group that ariel footage, showing a large crowd of people, huge column of people in some cases, marching towards the border. what we're also seeing from some of this footage is
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the gas has been used and from some of the images that have been put out by the polish defense ministry, you can hear shots being fired in the grounds. now poland, sent $12000.00 troops extra troops that is to their border with bella roost in an attempt to, to sure that crossing that frontier. they also declared a 3 month state of emergency to deal with attentive crossings by migrating into poland. what we have seen is that these migrants who mostly come from the middle east without is when we would, they've been interviewed by press or by 8 organizations when they've made it across the board, is that poland isn't the destination of choice. the majority of those you've spoken particularly to the polish media, have said that their intention is to come either here to germany or on towards france. now the german foreign ministry has put out
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a statement in which they say they've got proof that bella bruce is behind organizing. this group of migrants also that they're behind, driving them towards the border and they tend to push them all into poland. the situation continues to be of utmost concern to us. we observe how the look of shanker regime continues to call migrants to bellows and send them on a dangerous journey towards the e you. there is evidence that the regime means constantly direct people to the border. well, from the bell russian side, we have heard from the bell roost border guards authority, what they've said is that they understand they believe that that could be potential provocations from their polish counterparts in order to stir up this situation. even more. we've also heard from alexander lou shanker, the president of valerie, in which he said that his country simply can't handle the amounts of migrants that have arrived there because of the sanctions that are being pushed on it by the
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european union. i honestly said that we wouldn't hold any more of the people you've been screened over enough canister on iran and iraq. we have neither the money nor the strength to do so. as a result of your sanctions. while the interior minister of poland has said that they've so far repelled the group that had tried to cross earlier on monday. however, when you look at the size of that group, this isn't going anywhere in the you look at the, the intent that is to try and cross over the border. this is going to continue for some time yet. we've also seen this developing away from it being a incident between poland and bella roost. we've heard from the german foreign ministry there. well, lithuania has also said that they will be sending troops to that polish bell russia border, and they tend to, to assure that from c, it is also sort of dec declaring a state of emergency in lithuania, as well as this becomes very much a, an
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e u issue on that border between us that you frontier between bellow, reese and the european union keeping us across at the very latest developments. there are europe correspondent, peter oliver. ok. another big story of the day, a french police officer has been attacked with a knife in the southern city of cam authority, say his bullet proof vests saved him from any serious injuries. the incident is being investigated as a possible terror attack, rti, charlotte dubin ski reports to 6 30 am local time this x pack was carried out. we understand the police officer was in a vehicle just outside his police station and the attacker opened the door of the car and then attempted to stab the officer to deck. now we understand at the office to survive without any injuries, thanks to his bullet proof vests,
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but we do understand from sources on the ground that while that attack was attempted, the aggressor shouted that this was being done in the name of the muslim prophet. now we understand that a colleague of that police officer who was attacked aimed fire straight away at the attack, it severely injuring them and they are now said to be severely injured and being treated for that. we understand that the attack, it is a 37 year old, are with the original nationality of being algerian. and he said to have been unknown to the police before this incident. but because of the fact that the aggressor said that this attack was in the name of them was in profit, miami, this is not being treated as a possible terror incident here in france. now this is not the 1st time we have seen an attack of this nature here in france shifting april this year. so not too many months ago, a police officer administrative worker was stabbed to death just inside the secure
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area of a police station. you hadn't booley, which is not too far from paris and then in may so less than a month later, there was another attempt on the life of a police officer at this time, leaving that opposite severely wounded. that took place in the city of north in western france. so we do get these attacks from time to time and back in 2019 in the october and a radically i t employee over the police station in paris, a killed 3 police officers and an administrative. okay, what was a terror attack back then? one of the worst attacks inside a police station where that took place now for mocking the pain from the natural rally who frogs. she seems to be certain that these attacks are becoming what she described as being normalized. i get the impression that this kinds of crimes are becoming usual as if it's some form of habit. i urge the french people not to get used to the situation. now france has been suffering from
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a wave of violence in the last decade and attacks like this sharp and the idea of people fear ring that they could be food that islamic attacks like the ones we saw back in 2015. but for the moment, this appears to be a lone wolf attack. it is being treated as a possible terrorist incident. 37 year old man said to be of an algerian origin is not being treated for severe injuries after tempting to stab a police officer in can on monday morning. the bind administrations push from mandatory cobit vaccinations has exposed a sharp divide in the us over the weekend and appeals court temporarily blocked the government's job requirement for businesses. but that didn't stop people taking to the streets. oh i
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wonder. oh, well, the contested mandate would apply to large businesses with at least $100.00 employees . vaccines are already obligatory for public officials. it comes as well over time of high infection rate, so averaging around $73000.00 per day in the u. s. despite a federal appeals court freezing the private sector requirement, the surgeon general insist the measures are needed. the president and the administration wouldn't have put these requirements in place if they didn't think that they were appropriate and necessary. and the administration is certainly prepared to defend them for all this promise is of healing. biden's america has become a tend to box rife with anger and division. and the latest vaccine mandate was just the thing to spark the fire. this mandate is unconstitutional unlawful and dumb
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weiss supplied in vaccine monday is a shocking invasion of medical privacy and individual liberty and we will not stun for i'm exploring every legal option to defend the rights of north carolina and against is unconstitutional. monday with president biden's plan to mandate vaccination in or u. s. companies with over 100 employees. more than 2 dozen states have now come out swinging to tom and to protect the rights of 84000000 walkers. but what was extraordinary was up buried and all that red was a blue state, new hampshire. and among the attorney generals who fall to no food was a democrat from iowa, this was no longer some protest on the street. this was no longer about loyalty to one's party. this was the country big guns from both sides of the aisle coming out per claiming we the people say no. a court has now frozen the mandate nationwide.
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that's concerned, it's an overreach. what about individual liberty? what about the constitution? what's about a precedence? promise? no, i don't think it should be really the tour. i wouldn't demand to be mandatory, but i would do everything in my power just like i don't think mask has to be made mandatory nationwide. i'll do everything in my power as pres, united states to encourage people to do the right thing. turns out though, the man who didn't believe in mandates has turned into a big fond of them fast for federal employees and now for private ones. heads mosque up, get job to you might be out of the job. now you think that being sued by more than half the country states would dump and you'll spirits, but no, the white house is still feeling good against the administration over this vaccine. the requirements for workers are like companies are like trying to get your response to that also helping you
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this. so we are very confident that it can. now, biden in fis, he's acting according to international medical guidance. the vaccine is the only way out of the pandemic. a few shad by many, but the timing is bad. discussions of to job will not have reached fever pitch. mm. from california to mississippi. angry citizens have flaunted the streets some say they'll never vote democrat again, others that they'd rather be unemployed than give out the freedoms. then you look at the recent elections, a litmus test of the bite and presidency. the democrats took a beating and what many say is a bad omen for the mid toms next year? it's been a bumpy few months and for some that's just one person to play. nobody likes to
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seem to be franklin d, roosevelt. they'll act as him to be normal and sub the kaos. you know, under his administration, the cdc said that anybody who's vaccinated shouldn't wear a mask, and then they did the hokey pokey and said no, no, you do have to wear a mask. they have said that boosters were not necessarily going to be thing and mandates, not going necessarily going to be a thing. and now we have both boosters and mandate. so if he goes back on this, it will, i think, a road, some of the confidence that biden came in with, remember, he was partly elected because he was the adult in the room. he was somebody for whom was a political veteran that would not see a new problem and therefore would be able to handle it better than the bull in the china shop that donald trump was. if he doesn't show com, even handed leadership on this, and i don't think he particularly has on this or many other things. then he's going to continue to see his approval rating a road like it is right now when it's under water,
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by nearly 10 point. the white house at odds with the states, the republicans taking on the democrats. so democrats timing on in canada and the facts surrounding on the and faxed, like i said, for all those promises of healing, it looks like it's a long johnny to the united states living up to its name saskia taylor. so there is still plenty of disagreement over enforcement of mandatory cobit shots. a reminder, the world health organization stresses the vaccinations and natural immunity are the only route out of the pandemic. there's another applied hanging over the biden administration, the ongoing detention of those involved in january storming of congress one capitol hill detainee has spoken out against the conditions in a washington dc geo. comparing it to the infamous guantanamo bay prison. though he wrote a letter to an investigative journalist who spoke to r t for the 1st $120.00 days, and
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d. c. 's get mo. jan. 6 is experienced daily locked downs for 23 to 24 hours before being allowed to leave our small $120.00 square foot. so the extreme medical neglect in this facility has caused a variety of adverse illnesses and disease. some show signs of scurvy and some even have covered like symptoms, but medical personnel have refused to treat it. and on at least 5 occasions, raw sewage has overflowed our unit, causing human fecal matter to flood the flaws and rooms. he sent it directly to me . i have been keeping in touch with many of the prisoners that are in washington dc right now, many political prisoners in the united states. and i keep in touch with them. they tell me their stories. and he wrote me a letter that i could release it to the public so that they would see what was going on right now in that prison. i know that the january 6 prisoners are being treated worse than most prisoners. that's what i'm hearing from them. that they don't have the same rights as all the prisoners in the jail, and that they're not be given any access to adequate medical care. they're not
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allowed to have visitors. correspondence with their attorneys, not lawyers are being monitored and they're just being put in solitary confinement . often with no accountability whatsoever. and what's so different about the january 6 prisoners is they haven't been convicted of a crime. so these not are being punished for crimes that they were never convicted out yet. and some of them don't have trial. they even set to possibly 2023 for some very small crimes. so they're going to be a waiting, waiting trial in detention for many years before they actually see their day in court. that's what's different about these prisoners. the regular prisoners, mister de grave, has been charged on numerous currents including civil disorder and acts of violence . he says he entered the capital building to record the scenes with a view to later making a documentary he was arrested on january 28th. but no more than 10 months on a trial data still not been set. a retail on january 6,
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several 100 from the supporters storm the capital building in washington. many of the more i agree about the result of the 2020 election, which they claim as the chaos lead to 5 death, including a female or force veteran who was shot almost $700.00 people have so far been charged in connection with the riots and more than a 100 are still being held in a d. c. the u. s. marshal service paid a surprise visit to the prison after defendants complained of per conditions. it resulted in $400.00 admits being transferred, although none of them were capital riot detainees. correct custer, nova, again, say to defendants are not being treated fairly i think they should check other prisons are very alarming that, that washington dc jail is, is treating american faces the way that they are. are the bad. the terrible thing
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is they're removing 400 prisoners because they're, they've been made it that washington d. c is not trading citizens properly, but they are not removing any of the january defending they're, they're saying they're removing other people. but the january, the fine and have to stay there in nice condition that it can happen to these people that can happen to anybody in america. and this is a very dangerous time that we have to stand by our fellow citizens and demand that they have their constitutional rights to a fair trial, the trial to be able to be bailed out of jail. well, we've sent a request to the u. s. marshal service and the washington jail itself for comments on their decision not to move the january 6 defendants will bring you and the response. so we get it in iraq's prime minister claims, he knows who tried to kill him, now has pledged to expose the culprits on sunday several drones bomb. the premier residence in bagdad security is being wrapped up with helicopters flying over the
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capital and army vehicles deployed on the streets. extra forces have also been sent to the green zone. that's where the prime minister's residence is located. some of the damage left by the drone bombing, which came days after deadly and riots against the parliamentary election, widely denounced this rigged. 7 security guards were wounded in the drone incidents which the interior ministry call the terrorist attack, or the opposition is suggesting it may have been a provocation by the government to justify a crackdown. the united states was the 1st country to contend the alleged attempt on the pm's life at a time when the remaining american combat forces are leaving iraq, our teeth, eager to sit down the flicks. now at the parallels between the iraq and afghanistan campaign, there's riots. there's tear gas, there's life gunfire. iraq continues its descent into security chaos. following the latest parliamentary vote
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ah, iraq's intelligence headquarters is shelled. it's pro american prime minister is targeted by a grown assassination attempt. this is what's left over his home in the most secure haven of baghdad. the attempt that got washington very anxious. we are following the reported drone attack. this apparent act of terrorism which was strongly condemn, was directed at the heart of the rock estate. our commitment to our iraqi partners is unshakable, the united states sense with the government and people for roc all this just over a month since america started to withdraw its combat forces from the country and the pull out has already vote some morbid flashbacks in the white house to this day, the withdrawal from afghanistan is tanking jo biden's political school. yet the
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president found of no better time to embark on a similar mission just in iraq. i think things are going well or role in iraq is just to be available to continue to train to assist to help them to deal with isis . right. but we are not going to be brought in here. and america's relationship with iraq has been eerily similar to the one with of gaston security forces, fully equipped and trained by american specialists, pro washington leadership, a whole generation of locals who don't remember their lives without us forces in the country forces that invaded under the pretext of hunting down the bad guys. all these statements apply perfectly to both of gaston and iraq countries turned by the us into test sites for its nation's building ambitions. our mission in iraq is
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clear, were hunting down the terrace, were helping iraqis build a free nation, that is an ally in the war on terror. we know that true piece will only be achieved when we give the afghan people the mange to achieve their own aspirations. piece piece will be achieved by helping afghanistan develop its own stable government. osama, bin laden escaped american bounty hunters by adding to pakistan. the infamous anthro exclaims, and saddam hussein's links to the $911.00 attacks turned out to be fake news. the u . s. military found itself bogged down in nations in tatters, to decades on as it prepares to pull out statements of reassurance. come out of washington. the very same old song had during the african withdrawal iraq essential to the u. s. vision for a stable middle east. iraq is not have gas. stan. we're here for the long term with
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you. iraq is a key strategic partner, and we're committed to this partnership world cobbled, succumb to the taliban in a matter of days. no, not a single us intelligence agency. so that coming or that doesn't provide much backing to the claims that the troop pull out from iraq, this time will end up just fine. i still is already taking advantage of the strain security capability of the taliban rule in afghanistan. iraq is isis cradle. nobody wants to see another nation in the region crumble under the weights of a decades long string of poor choices make thousands of miles away. well for insight into this, i'm to luggage to welcome reiter uncommented, or abdel barrios, one on to the program. good to see you. is there a danger we are going to be seeing history repeats itself on the chaos surrounding
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the afghan withdrawal will happen again with iraq. i believe it could be less. it is simply because there are 2 factions. there are local baxley competition right below the between the actions that are buried on because they got the role they got me on. so i think, you know, and i could be another i've got it. as i said it could be west. i believe it's kind of the nation attempt to was unprecedented. iraq and even in the middle east, the whole of them, the lead simply because at the 3 rows where you lay targeted that is it the, the prime minister and one of the most viewed area, not the iraq only, but the whole of them to leave. he's a pro american, so it seems the back latest election and iraq and instead of solving the problems and creating the country they created more on the we are being taught
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a civil war and that part of the civil deed, years of that american invasion of iraq the situation is getting worse and i believe they actually will be sort of a single wall between the faxes that so it's different back to different groups and the very, very well that's what i wanted to speak it by dell who, who is likely to fill the power vacuum created after most us forces leave. like, are we going to see and us nomic grassroots movement making a power grub? well actually i'm not key will be the only candidate actually to replace that department now or the political process or political elite. what i mean by the time be, i think, you know, some estate also is a candidate to be, to have the upper hand in a way or another. we have some sort of a competition or rivalry between the united states. but this kind of
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disagreement, this kind of competition, could create the best environment for that radical let me say to, i'm speaking bases in the iraq and you'll attract people in different parts of it are, it is not, as i said, the problem is there is no solution that americans are not helping by the big bases there by keeping their rule through that. so what will happen, god knows actually about this kind of situation or this type of development act. as you mention to you, your report is resting on unknown future and i just said that it will stop with and it could be also civil war between that several factors. and that can be attention. certainly rising up delmario one writer and commented her life from london this hour. thank you. a busy monday. if you'd like to keep on top of things
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. ah . i'm absent at anthony, what's going on the ground coming up with a shout, the turn of the horn of africa amidst an ethiopian state of emergency. we talked a neighbouring eritrea as un ambassador, sophia test for marian about the biden administrations, destabilizing military, economic and propaganda influence on peace. after nature defeat in afghanistan, iraq, libya, and syria, and after that suspicious lebanese port explosion, how long can his bulus shaken astronomer wait? as nato israel and saudi arabia attacks a jewel of the mediterranean and linchpin of the middle east. we ask lebanon's,
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former foreign minister, far as boys. all of them all coming up and today's going underground. but 1st, when he saw the defeat and pull out of u, k, u. s. troops from afghanistan as a precursor to more intervention in africa, right on cue. we now have chaos in the horn of africa, with ethiopia declaring a state of emergency with millions, perhaps facing salvation. this follows not only non nato investment in ethiopia, but peace between ethiopia and nato enemy eritrea. joining me now. is there a trans permanent representative to the un ambassador, sophia test for mary m. thank you so much. i'm pastor for coming on the program. i don't know if you see british television, but in nature, nation countries, your country is called a dictatorship, deliberately conscripting people, but continuous human rights abuses. and as you know, as a few because it's state of emergency li, a un report said big numbers of violations committed by era tray and government forces. what do you think about our eritrea is being is being treated.


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