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ah, breaking news, naughty austria impose is a nationwide lockdown and says that vaccination will be made mandatory from february, following a surgeon covert cases or service are over half a century. that's how long americans drugs watched all once in order to release all the documents relating to its approval of fire is caveat vaccine. it follows a freedom of information request by a group of medics and american tv news network. m. s. m. b c's banned from the controversial u. s. trial of col rittenhouse, after one of their employees is accused of tailing the jury back. ah hello, good afternoon, welcome you watching artie international will start this. i would breaking yeast to
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because following the surgeon you cobra case is in europe. austria, chancellor has just announced a nationwide locked down for 10 days, starting on monday as well as a looming vaccination mandate in february neighboring germany is also considering similar measures to so let's get more on this now and head austria. peter oliver is in vienna for us and a good hello to you again peter. i'm, when i was talking to you earlier, we were talking about lock downs for the unvaccinated, but it looks like it's been a big change in change from the government there. yet this wasn't what we wanted to hear at all. it certainly wasn't what alexander shallow burger chancellor wanted to tell his people, but austria will go into a national lockdown for monday. you would love for a minimum of 10 days. the maximum that it will last is until december 30 basically in 10 days with the option of extending it for a per, the 10 jury,
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not periods where people will be allowed to leave their homes unless it's more day going for supplies or going to exercise in the local area or receiving medical treatment schools will remain open, so there is going to be some move this around. the education system was also announced by the all street chancellor. was that by february, the 1st vaccination against colbert 19, all going to become mandatory in austria. he said that too many people had fallen. busy fall of what he called the fake news put forward by radical opponents to vaccination entities. to take the step to say that if by you, if you haven't got a vaccination by the 1st, it will be, well, they will be the rule. they will be the law that you have to get what a germany we've also been hearing more news about the 4th wave of covert 19, which is called real problem across here. if we've seen record breaking numbers
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here, read austria as well. case numbers also in germany, those records tumbling day by day. and that's why we've seen the head of the rather cock institute of leading figures from the robert coffee that you're saying that the 2 g system as it was called, basically allowing freedom for those that have been vaccinated or improved that they've recovered from co 19 dot 2 g system, is it cutting it just now when he did say it was a applying system that it would have worked with this particular wave of covert id is overwhelming. that particular method. and if for the to be stopped short of saying that germany needs to follow austria leave and introduce another pull, look down what we did also here for the bomb, the german health mit assess the said that the country within a state of national emergency really sobering news coming from these politicians and the help lead germany and it all area as well for we have heard
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coming out of germany as well as strong criticism from health experts as to the way that the german government has gone about handling this. pandemic title looked on, i think the low down is another unnecessary measure. nearly 70000000 people are vaccinated, which means 3 quarters the population could no longer get seriously ill. the main problem at the hospitals isn't the shortage of beds, but the shortage of staff staff called in sick and there aren't enough nurses to work in intensive care units. there were empty promises from the government that nursing staff will get a pay rise. i see you nurses or underpaid as it is. it's a struggle for those working to cope. and patients are dying in large numbers. and perhaps very worrying youth coming out of the german state of bavaria is that patients they're currently being transferred to hospitals in italy as there just isn't the capacity in order to deal with them in that southern german state. in fact, medical officials, they,
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i think they expect the number of intensive care patients in hospitals in bavaria to double in the next 20 or so days. okay, well thank sir for that up zeta taisha. that was peter all of a reporting from the end of the breaking news to say that austria has just announced for locked down. that for the next 10 deaths. that europeans, not the only one drilling over cobit restrictions, and i cry. and the united states is put the price to on j biden's mandates to increase vaccination rates. his initial idea concerned businesses with over a 100 employees with a possible fine of more than a $100000.00. if workers were left on jobs. but emer states have launched a legal battle against those measures. now the world health organization has repeatedly stood up for vaccines is an effective form of protection against the virus. we discussed the issue with a panel of guests. i think there's a couple of really important things are number one, the fact that you're going to have a huge backlash across your right because people who are already frustrated with
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this idea, green passes vaccine, passports, there's a bigger issue here. and i think the bigger issue is the fact that yes, cases are rising right now. there is no evidence so far that the cases are writing because of people who are on vaccinate. remember, we know the data shows of actions don't prevent the spread of virus, nor do they prevent the contraction of the virus. how many of these new cases are actually the result of people who are vaccinated as opposed to unvaccinated? and if that is the case, that it makes no sense to create 2 classes of people and locked down the unvaccinated and let the vaccinated continue to affect each other. well, i'm thinking of this, you classes of people. i mean, and it looks like that's kind of what it's coming to culturally. you have to vaccinated who are allowed to now do whatever they want. and then you had the unvaccinated, we're facing increasing restrictions. what i get long term impacts that, especially in a region where we've seen protests over it over the last year. it was mostly the government's telling people to locked down and giving them instructions. in the last 6 months in america, they've been using the businesses to say,
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we're going to mandate something. it's caused a different kind of attention from say, the real impacts. lots of people including vaccinated people are saying we don't trust what's coming from the government by demonstration, backed off on their december 8th mandate, their be they realize the public's against them. the real question is gonna be, is what happens in the local communities in california, where they do have those rules in florida where they don't, you know, we're going to see this kind of tension rising. but it's not any yet. coby, that is triggering new dance new delhi, for example, is moving towards that very mecca gee to heavy appellation. a bit later in the program, we'll discuss further. the apparent, you know, we'll have being towed to state over 50 years. that's how young americans drugs watched oakland to publicly release all documents relating to its approval of the file. that can be faxing and creep of medics have asked for the info under the freedom of information act and pointed out to that the
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f d. a need to just over a 100 days before giving the job to go ahead. this $100.00 a day period is the same amount of time. it took the f d a to review the responsive documents for the far more intricate task of licensing fighters cove. at 1900 vaccine, it is difficult to imagine a greater need for transparency than immediate disclosure of the documents relied upon by the f d a to license a product that is now being mandated, over 100000000 americans. we have a situation here where, because there has been a freedom of information act request filed for the information about how the vaccines were approved. we have the us food and drug administration stepping forward and proposing to release $500.00 pages per month of the remaining $329000.00 pages. that would take roughly 55 years 55 years for this information to be made available. now the organization that filed
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the, the request public health and medical professionals for transparency says that if that pace of 500 pages per month proceeds that makes the freedom of information, act almost meaningless. and it discredits the food and drug administration's promise to be transparent. the f d, a knew the intense public interest in that data and information. it should have been preparing to release the civil tenuously with the licensure. instead, it has done the opposite. this case is not about vaccine mandates, where the files that can be held liable. this is a fire case where the only relevant issue at this stage in the litigation is setting a reasonable processing shadow. now it's important to note that one of the companies that was involved in the trial of the pfizer vaccine has recently faced a little bit of a scandal brought to light by a whistleblower. this article was published in the medical british medical journal . now the report from last month in which we had a former clinical trial auditor for the pfizer coded vaccine raising deep concerns
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about patient safety and about data integrity. during the process, however, a spokesperson for van tavia stepped up and this created some of the other allegations that were published in the british medical journal. and this concern seems to have been discredited. so at the moment, or we have the law suit that was filed, our and we have these medical professionals saying they want this information or we expect us to be in court for some time. but at the moment the fda is offering to release $500.00 pages a month of the remaining $329000.00 pages, and that would take 55 years over half a century. the judge seeing car rittenhouse is homicide trial, has described media coverage of the polarizing cases irresponsible and even scary. he said, see that he would reconsider allowing churn listen, see future cases. when i talked about um, problems with the media when this trial started, who were there in part not full,
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but in pardon? because of grossly irresponsible handling of what comes out of this trial. wonderfully. what's being done is really quite frightening. i'm going to think long heard about a live television trail. when the judge has that already bard u. s. t. v news network m s n b c from the court room on allegations that a freelance producer working for the outlet did attempt to influence the ongoing trial by tailing a van that was carrying the jury undermining. the jury's anonymity is prohibited. not each john hud. he reports now from outside the court house in wisconsin, pointing to the canal, police, and also the judge overseeing this case. bruce schrader, a, a possibly a freelance producer where they're mess nbc was pulled over in the vicinity of the jury van after it left. the court house here last night, after day 2 of the deliberations ended, the jury generally goes to an undisclosed location, a hotel, you know,
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other location for the night. and this person was pulled over suspected of following the jury van and even possibly taking pictures. and when i taught, when confronted by police told police that they were an m s, n b c producer under instructions from new york to follow this jury van. now, nbc is distancing itself at least a statement saying it was a freelancer and was never, you know, given an assignment to do that. but bottom line here is that the judge is taking it very seriously and has bad now. and m s n b c from further covering in the court the, the ongoing proceedings as media. there are rules and regulations. we have to follow covering trials and cases in here in the united states. i'm sure overseas as well. but, you know, here in the united states you never take pictures of the jury that's, that's rule number one and it's for the jury safety and also to protect the integrity of the trial. so if it be embassy, nbc, freelance, producer, a producer, whatever was following the jury that that is, that's
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a really bad move and it looks, it makes all of us look bad, frankly. so whether that affects the overall proceedings results in a mis trial, probably not. again, it doesn't look like any pictures were posted online or went out of the jury, but it's a serious matter. it's being taken seriously. obviously, as you heard the judge say that said we're in day 3 of the deliberations in the car . rittenhouse homicide trial. he's facing fire charges and for the most serious charge, homicide murder, in other states that would basically if again convicted, he would spend the rest of his life in prison. a jury asked to see very important drone video, which is at the center of the defense teams motion for a mistrial effect, saying that they did not receive the same type of high resolution video that the prosecution had. it's unlikely the judge will declare a mistrial based upon that, but it's the 2nd motion for a mistrial. the defense team has filed in the last week in regards to the case, a case that has really polarized many americans,
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those who support our it now say he was a hero, defending the property of businesses and homeowners. during the riots here and protests in kenosha, wisconsin back in august 2020. and those who say now reacted recklessly. he was a vigilante. he should have never been here. when a god, he was already adding to a volatile situation that ultimately turned deadly with him shooting and killing 2 people and badly wounding a 3rd. the aussies john hardy nash still ahead to finish our gas prices in the u. d . continued to civil is germany suspends its approval for the notary to pipeline from russia. when i've looked at the reasons why they did that, just off to this blue ah, ah, is your media a reflection of reality?
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in the world transformed what will make you feel safer? high selection, whole community. are you going the right way or are you being that somewhere? which direction? what is true? what is great? in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. ah, ah ah. well him back can i
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blatant meddling defense the reaction among russian politicians after us? congressman threatened to no longer recognize friday, may putin's presidency. if he's re elected in 2024 or correspondent danny armstrong gave him more details earlier. so this is the proposed resolution from u. s. congress to us congressman, in particular as steve cohen and joe wilson, one democrat, and one republican who say they won't recognize vladimir putin as russian president . should he run for office and be re elected in 2024. they have cited the amendments made to the russian constitution back in april. the effectively reset the previous presidential terms and gave puting a green light to run for office in 2024. of course he's serving currently that 2nd 6 year term it would allow him to run in 2024. and then in 2020 at the end of his 1st 6 year tim, theoretically, but it's exactly that which has upset the u. s. now despite the amendments being
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voted for by 77 percent of the russian population, the u. s. is called a violation of the laws. busy of the russian federation, and going against completely everything that russia should stanfull on the international arena. the 2020 amendments to the russian constitution were enacted in violation of the laws and international commitments of the russian federation. the waiver of the presidential term limit resulting from those amendments is illegitimate. any attempt by vladimir putin to remain in office beyond the end of his current and final term shall warn non recognition on the part of the united states. now, of course, as you can imagine, this has precipitated a swift reaction from moscow who say the amendments are legal and now constitutional. one politician has warned it could lead to a full breakdown in communications between russia and the u. s. but this of course depends on a lot of things. it depends on whether vladimir putin should so wish at a stand for re election in 2024. if he gets re elected and then
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a question of whether the resolution becomes accepted on the us side and then it would lead to this full breakdown as it were in their communications between the 2 countries. em. but to give us a little bit of a look into that moscow reaction, we can hear the words of constantine casa, all sets, the russians, a senate, deputy speaker. it's rather early that the americans started to interfere and the russian presidential elections, although the rest is nothing new and nothing unexpected pure interference in our internal affairs and a provocation to disrupt the normalization of our bilateral relations. so of course, it is early days in a surly doors in these air talk, sir, as it were, the proposition for the resolution has only been released to day and then this reaction from moscow. so it does depend on a lot of things, of course, whether vladimir putin, though so wish to ruin be reelected, and whether it's accepted on the u. s. side. of course, there could be repercussions for that. something that say is still in the embryonic stages. went on his way,
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europe's energy crisis shows no sign of letting up because gas prices have bounced back to the highs we saw in october and a 5 times higher than they were just a year ago. that increased t came right after germany suspended certification of the old stream to gas pipeline. from russia. germany's energy regulated doesn't says that the pipelines operator has to be registered as a german entity. while the north fame t companies currently based in switzerland, we discussed the situation class ernst, a member of the german parliament. he says, though it is the public that will suffer, that it shall be the only her lives in please give the which this is unfortunate because the german as well as european customers, will eventually pay for such delays into it is necessary indeed that the pipeline opening is expedited as soon as possible for the gas to start flowing and fill out the storage facilities that has, i lost the federal government if the current gas price increase has something to do with russia not fulfilling its contractual obligations. i have received
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confirmation that russia has fulfilled all its contracts, and there is no information proving otherwise me. this notion rather shows that here we have politically biased people who blame russia for anything that goes wrong. the issue, we do have other pipelines that operationalize, we still have nor stream one and several other pipelines that allow us to obtain russian gas. however, because the netherlands, norway are planning to cope gas production, i see that north stream too will be vital to increase the gases supply, bringing i can only worn not to further politicize. the issue of europe's energy supply. germany alone has made plenty of mistakes and it will be very wrong to drive to the extreme. it is not that russia does not want to supply, rather it's a problem with those countries of transit that can abuse these circumstances in english. so i would like to warn you not to mix politics and not to take advantage of this situation around by the roost, as it may once again, eventually lead to a de gushing about the fates all this pipeline was who configure the mile energy
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prices are also surging in the united states and joe biden is calling from investigation into whether illegal conduct on the markets is actually to blame. and meantime, the u. s. has held a major option for leasing oil production areas, and that just stays after biden did pledge to cut emissions and limit fossil fuels during the u. n. climate summit in scotland. the auction generated more than a $190000000.00 the highest in the past 2 years. however, a top trade association does say that the measure won't lead to significantly lower oil prices and as blame the biden administration for the drastic inflation. this is the distraction from the fundamental market share that is taking place and the ill advised government decisions that exacerbate in this challenging situation. economics professor jasmine, to tell us that despite biden's environmental promises, the focus is still on oil and gas. well, i certainly not
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a favorable to green energy because what it means is that focuses or is increasingly i'm still on fossil fuels. a green energy is a for the future, it appears it's going to take several years for any of the spending. and of course, we don't know how much the us will spend because most of it is in the legislation. call the reconciliation bill that doesn't look like it's going to pass. we've got price gouging, going on everywhere in the u. s. economy right now. as companies attempt by raising prices to recoup the losses from 2020 revenue during the worst impact to the shutdowns or they're trying to make up the ground. and they're raising their prices everywhere. cloak libraries were just exported anyway, so it probably wouldn't work. he's got to take much stronger action, but you know, he's not the kind of president that box the big corporations or take strong action
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. he's always looking for a compromise somewhere. and no one he dinners looking for a compromise. the situation is going to get much worse than he delhi is considering a new lockton, but not because if cove it his actually because of toxic appellation, with authorities in indian capital now waiting for caught approval for the measure, the pollution has been linked to the death of more than a 1000000 indians each year with new deli notoriously cold, the world's most politi capital made the crisis call, burning plans and construction sites have been placed. and school children and workers have been told to stay at home. my colleague and hawkins discussed the issue with a panel guests in the short term. no, i mean, doesn't this come down to human rights and people deciding what risks they want to take and how they want to live their lives. i mean, if people are formed, for example, if there is a high rate of small pollution, they can say at home or where mosque. so choose safety motions. but surely,
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you know, putting, you know, these are these mass measures in place for businesses, for schools, for construction sites. is this too much of a what some people call money sake? i think if we had a government messaging, whether it's kind of a go or climate change or anything else really, and i saw that a decision and we will get into these emergency when you, when you, when you're talking about things you have to take measures early and then you don't need lock downs, like let's not to get meltdowns or a last ditch attempt. when governments have to know what the solution is, extreme, you're and i don't want to do well, when you've got an emergency situation where there's a massive peach in toxic pollution like daily, half at the moment that the local government has to take some action to reduce the sources of pollution, awfully, people can still use public transport, they can still walk, they can still cycle. but actually what they're actually talking about in terms of
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locked down, it's not locking down people, it's locking down vehicles. if you're working for environmental reasons, it's very debatable for certain cause a huge amount of disruption for a medium to long term plan to do with what is a compromise here that can be reached between protecting people's health and respecting people's a human rights and desire to live free normally will come from viruses to do one of the big problems with the government, u. k is absolutely refused to debate. the issues saves what happens is shot down a national level. it right, who for sure, a free speech giving me, i'm sorry, the, the trainer. we can have to decide what is the best action of a lockdown?
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why don't is it supposed to be used as a last resort? when all the other a site, it might be actually affected short term, but it shouldn't be used as a medium to long term solution. what we really need is a solution solution in general, our don't play the measures like forward because they just rock population and the economy say march. so it's better to actually take a long time approach. 51283 of each se, not is you and use wrap it for this. i will be back with most stories in the headlines in about that with
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long mo, when i was shown, seemed wrong. when i was just a shape out disdain becomes the advocate, an engagement equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground a into the future, but we can't change our way of thinking in
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a contagion effect in the global economy. then corporate giants are using inflation as an excuse to re price is resulting bill and bigger profit. we'll discuss how the tax is actually making the problem worse. and if we'd be able to see any really soon and talk about the rise of the machine mit a labor shortage, the u. s. fuel, by the pandemic orders are up for robots to fill the void. is this a glimpse of the future of labor? we'll talk shop of the future if we have a patio, today's look into it. and we begin with another blow for the china ever grand group . it is more and more headed towards the fault. so trying to ever grant is the world's most indebted company. we've told you this and it just announced that it's selling its entire stake and streaming services firm hang 10 for $273000000.00. as the cash strapped developers struggles to avoid.


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