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or into this as you, as you described as, as a bottleneck area. you've got all these people squeezed in. the question is, how are you going to squeeze them out? now as i understand there were direct flights. they were direct flights from iraq and syria and afghanistan, that was going to mince all those direct flights, have now been cancelled. so one might imagine, perhaps the numbers that you have around you now perhaps will stabilize. but the question is, with all these people squeezed in, where are you going to squeeze them out to you after this? and one might expect the poland will have no choice but to bring in some military transport buses and start funneling the people out and start spreading them to eastern europe and states which are going to be willing to take them have any countries eager already expressed a willingness to take in some of these people there is a couple of cities in germany who have said that they are ready to accommodate some of the migrants and help them out. but speaking about the speaking about the, you know, the turkish airlines, the been a russian airlines no longer taking,
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you know, are those who, you know, those who are originally from countries like yemen or syria, or iraq or iraq. basically, there's a catch there, even though there aren't any more, you know, people coming in to better russia. there are thousands of people who are not here right now, but rather in the fellow russian capital, men's vague came there intending to go to the buddha. but they were discouraged by being pitchers, by all the footage that, you know, poland isn't letting, letting their compatriots in. so they are staying put in about a russian capital. but they are ready to make a move if they see the people here where we are right now. if they see them succeed, our eyes, art is eager to stand off a lie for the bella ross, a polish boy bringing out this. what is ultimately ray? i can say one more. yeah. if i can just say one more thing. if i can just say one more thing, just let me show you what's going right next to us and i'll be very quick about it
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. people are basically, they're putting out blankets and they are preparing for what looks like a long hall here. so looks like the new, like looks like we are witnessing the making of a new migrant cam that they might be moving from the forest from over there. it looks that this is, this is the new camp. wow. and it looks like a disaster in the making artes, eager to jana for the updates on this breaking news. her naughty international live from the polish about violet russian border. thank you very much. we will speak to use to other news. her naughty international austria has now become the 1st country to impose a nation wide lockdown for those who have not been vaccinated against covert. this comes and made a spike of infections across parts of the continent, accompanied by waves of social unrest. the austrian chancellor announced the drastic new measures. this boudoir took. the restrictions will apply to every one over the age of 12. the unvaccinated will only be allowed to leave their homes in
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exceptional circumstances, and they will no longer be allowed to visit shops that provide non basic items on the, for example, to clothes sports and furniture stores, guidance can shift. and the reason that austria is gone ahead and said that if your not vaccinated or can't prove that you've recovered from covert that you are essentially on locked down. is that 35 percent of the population out there, or thereabouts? haven't had a full vaccination dose, they are taking this very seriously. now if you are over the age of 12, if you can't prove that you've had the vaccine, all that you've recovered from covert and you're court out in about knots. either going to a food shop doing some exercise in your local area or going or calling back from receiving medical treatment. then the police could well stop you. you could well receive a huge find. some of the funds have been talked about as high as 30000 euro with highly unlikely. $30000.00 euro fine would be imposed, but it's, it's there as
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a threat now for the next 10 days. this is going to be the case. at least it will be reviewed after that, but it's caused serious upset and ins outs book over the weekend. there were people angry and out on the streets to tell the government that they're not happy with this. and some people are against it, and it's discrimination against the unvaccinated mitra. to conclude it will be hard to control, so perhaps a full look down is simpler. i think it's really important. we end the pond on it and then it's been gang. and am i am against mandatory vaccination and to healthy for that when hundreds of thousands of people are forced to be vaccinated. i don't even know how many people who is there chops with the artist. i think it's a step in the right direction. in germany, we are moving in about the same direction as well. here in germany, they'll be keeping an eye on how things go with that policy in austria because the silk about trying to introduce it here as well. some german state stats bavaria, saxony, and the city state of berlin of already introduced similar measures already.
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they'll be looking on thursday during a meeting of health ministers to decide if they want to try and impose this nationally at the moment. 65 percent of german saying the federal government in berlin isn't doing enough to tackle this 4th wave of coven 19. it's a similar story in the netherlands, where restrictions have been put in place on those who haven't been vaccinated. and in level ends in the city of the hague, without resulted in violence over the weekend with clashes between placement anti lockdown demonstrators, resulting in the place ending up using water cannon. ah, ah.
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one of the reasons that governments are taking the measures that they are taking is vaccine uptake has plateaued across these countries. the problem is, is that those who haven't received the vaccine haven't come forward for the vaccine do seem highly unlikely to do so. on their own accord. we spoke with bob deanna medical professor in vienna. he says the selective lockdown in austria is justified . obviously this is a very unique event, but you have to understand one thing, we had locked down before we have locked down for the entire population. we are identify the unvaccinated assaye risk groups. so yes, why should we locked down the vaccinate? and people who are not at risk ending up in the intensive care unit, and therefore we have to find a solution and a solution. the 1st step solution is obviously to make a lockdown for the on vaccine. and obviously those who are non vaccinated feel that their human rights have been abused. the human rights have been challenged or even
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taken away from because they've got to be treated differently. i don't think this is discrimination. this is just trying to treat the disease for cot, save some people need to understand that you cannot just act as if you're alone in the world. we're living in societies. we have a serious problem. if our intensive care units are whole, people are gonna die at home and on the streets, and that is unacceptable. so we have to put, let's say, the urge to urgent gear of the break to, to, to make people understand that the u. s. has had to find it and as strike in syria that killed 80 people. this was back in 2019 though they calling it a an act of self defense. the incident was only confirmed this week in the middle has been accused of trying to cover it up. the following video was filmed by a syrian camera. mine is believed to show the aftermath of the strike near the iraqi border. the area was the last is lamar state stronghold at the time. and
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according to us central command, 16 of those killed in the bombing when militants for them was civilians. washington has not clarified who the other 60 people. well, that was acknowledged. they were most likely civilians, artists, donald quota now looks at why has taken so long for this tragedy to be reported. u . s. military command was silent about it for years, an air strike that took the lives of about 80 people, mostly women and children in the last days of the syrian civil war. and it's only thanks to a new york times investigation that the u. s. military finally, fast up, the exact mixture of armed and unarmed personnel could not be conclusively determined. likely, a majority of those cute were also competence at the time of the strike. these 2 strikes were legitimate, self defense strikes, no disciplinary actions were warranted. we investigated ourselves and decided there will not be any punishments. how surprising for washington, though it's a lot like groundhog day. the most recent re run was back in august when
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a drawn strike and couple killed 10 civilians including 7 children. the pentagon initially said it didn't do anything wrong after an internal investigation at backtracked a bit, but still said that the soldiers involved were acting in good faith. they all had a genuine belief based on the information they had in the interpretations of that was a threat to us forces an imminent threat to us forces. that's a mistake. it's a regrettable mistake. it's an honest mistake. i understand the consequences, an honest mistake. i'm sure that will make the relatives of the victims feel a lot better. mike, i'm yeah, get. i know they say i says k lived in this house in this house with these children, members of ice is a stupid thought without any proof, without any investigation that they attacked and killed our children. and we will never forgive them. unfortunately, the list of collateral damage inflicted by us forces doesn't stop there. mm. mm
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hm. after so many accidents, you'd think some international body might try to investigate at least one of them. but when the prime suspect seems to be itching to impose sanctions on its detractors, is anyone surprised anymore at the apparent lack of accountability in instances like this, you never got any accountability anywhere. no one's going to take the take to heat . unless it's someone at the very lowest levels who's gonna challenge that? who's going to defy that? there's no higher authority to say no, wait a minute. this is crazy. nothing's going to be done. it would be another case of justice not being rendered and, and life goes on and everyone will forget about it except the immediate families,
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people didn't know where, who ordered the strike. and there's, it allegedly was done by a unit that isn't accountable to anybody. what kind of unit is that? the whole effort is to try and down play these kinds of atrocities and it, because the united states, the course is killing for democracy at all at all times. so they think that they have this license to kill in effect, and that's the unfortunate that i let her shift gears here on the program on our team international. a crew members of all the international space station are remaining on high alert issue to incoming high velocity space debris. clusters of fragments from destroyed satellites hurtled past the i assess 2 times this morning with more debris expected soon. earlier russian ground control ordered their cosmo knowles to shelter inside their soyuz capsule. it is the 2nd time this month the i
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assess has had to deal with orbital space junk. on wednesday, the i assess, had to maneuver to dodge a piece of an old chinese with a satellite that was destroyed 14 years ago. and we spoke to our russian cosmonaut and highly confidential who told us how dangerous a collision with space chunk can be. so miss me, ski survey of the main danger is the speed at which objects move in space. it all depends on the size of even if an object to smallest. if the ping pong val, it's, the spacecraft will be a huge hole which will lead to deep pressurization and oxygen losses. this is why they usually try to warn us 36 hours beforehand to avoid the danger zone. for this time though, it was all discovered to latest, which is why the only option for the crew is to move from the international space station or other to the space ships on the probability of a fragment hitting the spacecraft is not as high as with the whole station mainly on the situation with space chung is getting worse, has more and more object to being launched into space school. it's becoming
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a big problem when we have to deal with it, but we still don't know how because there's no technology for last in missouri. well, a closing arguments will begin today, or the trial of a young man who fatally shot 2 people and injured another during black lives. my might have protest, this was in the u. s. state of wisconsin last year. certainly it's a case which has split the country so far. a kyle written house travel to kenosha in august last year he was 17. he claimed to win there to protect local businesses from rioting following the death of a black man during an altercation with police. during a confrontation he opened fire, he says in self defense, 2 people die and another one was wounded. in suddenly, a case at ultimately encapsulates was one of america's most deep rooted issues and taking a very close look for us as ortiz saskia taylor patriot, or terrorist hero or cold blooded killer. that's no consensus in america. in fact,
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kyle written houses become the face of the united states divided look up kyle written house and throw away the key. she was trying to get away from them, i guess looks like. and he fell and then they very violently attacked him. this is a city president of the united states of america is supposed to be protecting his country, but instead he's rooting for chaos and violence when joe biden called cal rittenhouse, a white supremacist last year, it really was just the go to move of the democrats. they do this all the time. the ongoing trial of the teenager who shot dead 2 people during the canal b l m protest has ripped wide open deep rooted rifts. it's gone, way beyond black device is right. it's revoke the 2nd amendment buses don't come from my guns. it's defun, the police passes back the blue. it's the tolerant vases, the micah crowd. never mind that those rittenhouse killed whites during the keels.
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rittenhouse who is white shot and killed his attackers. joseph rosenbaum and us and huber, who are both also white. rittenhouse also shot and wounded gauge, gross crates, who is armed and also white, who still a rating racist blight. the judge, it took just one bad joke about asian food and one ring tone. and if the court makes or finding that the actions that were done in bad to determine that the judge was probably k k k. i mean, who else would said, god bless the usa as thou ringtone, only fanatics who attend trunk probably is right. in fact, it's obvious what's going on here. the good old american justice system and white racist church, presiding over murder trial by a white racist this church searching to miss trial this case and save the pool. why collect from justice? the written house? judges, ring tone is literally trumps, rally theme song,
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draw your own conclusions. so a year ago, tens of millions believed the elections were rigged. and now tens of millions think that's no real justice to cornerstones of new greatest democracy in the world undermined and under 12 months. and if he thought that the mainstream media would stick to reporting the facts, well, think again, the jury might still be out, but the verdicts already in take the law suit. why the tweet by cbs news which claim that written house admitted to mud which he hasn't or take the thin and chief legal unless professional opinion. i mean, the stupidity of this is like, what could possibly go wrong? well, a lot went wrong. the good news for kyle written house is that he's not on trial for being an idiot. meanwhile, on the right, images of written house flashing a white power symbol are being just swept under the carpet because everyone seeing
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what they want to see. and as for biden, the president who promised to heal, well, he got written houses, photo and put in a little trainer about white supremacy. how's that for leadership in times of trouble? when i saw that, i was shocked. i was angry, president biden. doesn't know my song whatsoever, and he's not to white supremacist, he is not a racist, and biden did that for the votes. and that was so angry at him and what he did to my son, he defamed him. so patriot or fall, right? poster boy, killer or mater, whatever the jury decides, one thing is for shore. at a time when americans have never been so polarized, co written house has brought them together, only for them to realize just how far apart they really are. you are watching are to international as give you to share some of your monday with us here at moscow. we are back with more in just about
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ah, new york, it's really what america is about ah, when our mayor took office, he was elected because of his campaign on our city, being a tale of 2 cities, the haves and i have not. and those who have not are usually the ones who weren't being buried on hard i. the city is always wanted to forget about hold island. city is wanted to forget about the people who are buried there. it's wanted to forget about the fact that there is a potter's field that there was a place where difficult stories are hidden. the fact that we're using inmates to maintain this active burial site, where 1000000 souls are buried. where so much of new york city history is buried is documents of the inequality that exists in the city for centuries.
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oh, good every with us today for this monday program. authorities in the canadian province of alberta, while the grappling with a big p r disaster. but it's over decades old education guidelines. the recommendations advise students to study nazi german economic achievements as part of a diversity program. after the document was on earth by the media at the local education minister denied any knowledge of it existing in the 1st place. this was the 1st time that i or anyone in my office had seen this document and i immediately instructed my department to remove it from all alberta education publications. how is it remotely possible that neither you nor your staff have laid eyes on this material till now? the sad part of the stories that 30 several years of government has gone by in alberta and not one education minister picked up on this disturbing document. and
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what kind of mind thinks there is a good side to the nazis. did you say this curriculum? well, sure than us is killed 6000000 jews, but they were good for the german economy. this province is an embarrassment with alberta education document was issued back in 1984 with the title quote. guidelines were recognizing diversity and promoting respect. it was revised several times including last year. now the paper recommended that teachers include, quote, both the positive and negative behaviors of various groups. for example, when studying nazi war crimes students were told to look at the pre war success of nazi economic policies. while the references were removed after pressure from jewish groups, including the simon wise and told center which researchers the holocaust, we spoke to a member of that organization. i'm happy to say that the education minister adriano la grange, has cancelled as, as,
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as illuminated that back. because i think we all understand that this is absolutely crazy. there is a tendency today to i would say to over exaggerate this issue was giving equal time to different sides. i mean, some issues, there's no 2 sides. let's, let's be honest. there is nothing to talk about when it comes to the nazis except their crimes and except the incredible damage and ruin and murder that they brought to the world. and it's their fault. in 3rd, rice was the most genocidal regime, the worst regime in human history. so, i mean, you want to talk about how the auto bond was an improvement over the previous highway, when tens of millions of innocent people were murdered by this, by this regime. 3 men have been arrested by the u. k. counter terrorism, police squad over a car explosion in liverpool, that left one person bed and another one injured the vehicle involved was
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a taxi exploded outside a women's hospital right before a national. 2 minute silence, full remembrance, sunday, honoring the country's war dead was about to begin. the passenger was declared dead at the scene while the male driver was injured and is now in hospital in a stable condition. the descriptions of the detained man have not been released far. let's give you a reminder on an update about breaking news. her naughty international, straight from the polish bella. ruth border i was speaking with. i corresponded for the past hour or so saying that as a huge group of migrants now a migrant caravan moving towards the frontier, hoping to breach the fence and ultimately get inside. the e. u opponent has sent a thousands of troops to the area to reinforce the border as the stand off continues. refugees mainly from the middle east, have been massing in the area a day of also has accused immense caffeine directly responsible for the events. and we are covering this live here on auto international. also at ot dot com,
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you can get more of the role video clips at ortiz youtube channel. for the meantime though, more details on stand by for you in 5 minutes from now with my colleague unit a meal. ah ah ah
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ah, there is a patch of water around the try a seal island that's in contention between canada and the united states. northern gulf, a main has suddenly become optimal for lobster and our populations years exploded. one of the most valuable fisheries that ever existed. suddenly you had made an canadian fisherman in these waters. at the same time jousting for position and tensions or high violence is bound to happen. this is the last land border dispute between canada and the united states. it could be magnified to the part where there could be costs that would be significant to whoa countries. border disputes don't go away, they just fester. something's going to happen. you know, we're empowering ourselves to be more efficient quicker with our transactions. but
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with that comes a trade off every device b as a potential entry point for security attack. any machine bending. it's an extension of traditional time. the defenders have always been one step behind the attackers. both apartment one mm hm. there's one called option in the offering. it's not a matter of, if it happens, it's a matter of went for new york. it's really what america's about in our mayor took our place. he was elected because of his campaign on our city, being a tale of 2 cities, the haves and i have not. and those who have not are usually the ones who weren't being buried on holiday. the city has always wanted to forget about hold island.
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city is wanted to forget about the people who are buried there. wanted to forget about the fact that there is a potter's field that there was a place where difficult stories are hidden. the fact that we're using inmates to maintain this active burial site, where 1000000 souls are buried, where so much of new york city history is buried, is document of the inequality that has existed in this city for centuries. ah, what happened? i make no, no borders line to tease and you as a merge, we don't have a charity. we don't have a vaccine world needs to be ready. a. 2 common crisis
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with we can do better, we should be doing better. everyone is contributing each in their own way. but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great, the response has been matter. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we're in it together. oh, when i was showing wrong, when i just don't hold any world is to shape out disdain becomes the african and engagement equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground.
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hm. breaking news and r t. tensions all that border as a huge crowd of migrants move from their camp in bella, roost towards the polish frontier amid fears they may attempt to break through. we will be reporting live from the scene seconds from the north. a reporter on to 8 camera month from our sister channel, our t front sound been detained by polish police, opened the ballard roost border while covering the migrant crisis. we'll get into that story. and ah, auntie locked on raleigh sweep europe with austria becoming the 1st nation to impose a shutdown only for the young vaccinated amid a covered surge. the 2 tear decision has made public opinion.


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