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selfie with my passport as its profile picture. i saw pictures of my documents. it was they also sent a credit contract. like if i had just 3 days, you know, comply with their demands. if i didn't send money, i late set up an online hate campaign that i was supposed to be very dangerous man . ah, the full scale violence stand off of a new covey restrictions across europe for the dutch p. m. dismisses protest as now is dissatisfied video. britton's health services, the in a chest that record breaking point with record waking lists, waiting list. as the government watchdog finds, it was ill prepared for the pandemic and failed to act so mornings
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a cupboard victims relative tells us why he is angry to the fact that my grandfather had rural west. england was taken out by virus side in china because our government still allowed to fly in business flights. we had in february last year. and it's pretty shocking. ah, 5 dead and more than 40 injured after a vehicle plowed into a christmas parade of the united states. police say they've detained a person of interest. and a harrowing humanitarian crisis, amid food shortages in afghanistan as the un won't half the population could face starvation as the winter set said, despite us promises to send millions of dollars in aid. more to see the crisis that the worse and so dramatically and just spread across a whole country. this money is desperately needed because the love of his collapse
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of forms called foul. then we'll see real catastrophe in this country. ah, oh, why they live at 5 for moscow? it's kevin, i'm with you. are you watching out international? lot of news to tell you about this. so let me get on with them for you. first, with a 4th wave of coven, battering european states, a reintroducing extremely tough restrictions with blanket curfews and segregation fee and vaccinated. first off, the dutch leader, now branding those protesting against the move. idiots. as a prime minister, as a liberal, i will always defend demonstrations in this country as part of our democracy, of a rule of law. but what i will never accept is idiots who under the guise of we are dissatisfied use pure violence against people who are working every day to keep this country safe. the netherlands of belgium, to the states worst hit by the valid demonstrations across the u at the weekend.
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ah, me. as a 4th wave of the pandemic ravages the continent. we've seen more demonstrations across europe against covert measures here.
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there were also protests in croatia as well as denmark and several other e u countries with people venting anger against tightened cove restrictions such as passes for entering restaurants, sports events, and even christmas markets. many people are simply fed up with the meshes, or you have an old people make day choice. i'm not against a vaccine. i'm here for freedom of choice. this is not a demonstration against the green pass. it's a freedom and against dictatorship. the freedom of choice and freedom of expression because this has died in italy, we can yeah, we maintain that this is a violation of the constitution. it is not possible to participate in social life overt when green certificate is mandatory. that's not freedom. that's not where we live in west europe, and we just want to be free, like you heard before it. lisa ruth,
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the government is implying is getting out of hand that people are vaccinated can answer some buildings because they only had 11 vaccinate vaccine. this is just the main reason here. you know, people get discriminated here in vienna. the protest on saturday came after it with announced that austria would be going into a full national lockdown from monday. austrian chancellor, alexander schellenberg, has said that from the 1st of february 2022 vaccines will become mandatory in austria. a move which the world health organization and said should only be taken as a last resort. good 19 has become once again the number one cause of my chelsea region . we know what needs to be done. legal and societal debate is very timely. mandatory jeff's i last resort before that. there are other means, like the coffee bests remain in lockdown for at least the next 10 days with the option to extend to december. the 13th should case figures not have come down
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sufficiently. however, as the numbers that came out over the weekend show, the more measures that have put in place to try and stop the spread of coven 19, the more people are prepared to resist those restrictions, potentially creating an environment that will allow the virus to spread even further, peter, all of her off the vienna britton's health secretaries admitted that the national health service waiting list which has already hit record highs is likely to rise further. today there are 6000000 people waiting for shed jewelled hospital treatment. the chief executive group that represents health service leaders as attributed delays to underfunding, coven, 19, and failures in social care. dr. bob, gil toby, the chest was in bad shape before the pandemic started the demands on the chest, par redcoat levels, yet the amount of money going into support and provide that service is shrinking.
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because you mustn't forget, you have to understand how the government's handling of depend on a background of a desire to privatize the chest. and let's not forget, before we enter the pandemic, get a chance was short so short of 10040000 nurses. this government's been in power for 11 years in 2012 to introduce a major legislative change, which our soft care provision in our bags. so we entered depend demik in a very carry a situation. the problem is the chance is being set up to fail. the government wants to deal with ambling the american system where you have skid row, public provision, and the middle class out for private insurance. that's what's going on. and health care leaders are not filling this out to the public. so then on our side, i'm afraid. meantime, the u. k. government's been accused of not doing enough for the near full, but the national,
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loaded off is criticizing and responds to cove it this pandemic is exposed to vulnerability to host system emergencies. although the government had plans for an influenza pandemic, it did not have detail plans for many non health consequences and some health consequences of a pandemic. like cobit 19, there was limited oversight and assurance of plans in place. and many pre pandemic plans were not adequate. it was my grandfather who died on christmas eve. he went in for a routine or infection. i've seen nothing wrong with him. a co cobra died as a lot people did in this country. so the father my grandfather and grew west england was taken out by a virus that started in china because our government still allowed people to fly in from business flights. we had it in february last year, and it's pretty shocking my hancock giving away 600000 needed to pp to china as a gift in february. does
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a really how so on this is had to improvise it been bags. and yeah, this, there's numerous stories of how service is being led down by life or, or is johnson to verify that increased borders? goes to show that they didn't understand the stress this would have on, on a chess, along with the mental health on dots as soon as this entire time. the report also notice that despite warnings about potential shortcomings ahead of the outbreak, the government failed to act. and suggested officials to wrapped up in preparations for breakfast. however, downing street defended his response, saying the pandemic was unprecedented. we have always said there are lessons to be learned from the pandemic, and have committed to a full public inquiry in spring. we prepare for a range of scenarios, and while there were extensive arrangements in place, this is an unprecedented pandemic that has challenged health systems around the world. tons of things are unprecedented. walking into the road is unrest 11 or
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what's gonna happen when you walk it street m o, we walk into the street with the knowledge that we have to look left and right. these people did it. we don't need current to kind of based buffoonery in charge. we need a meritocracy. we need the scientists, we need people actually understand what they're talking about. this whole process has been done by people that don't understand science, don't take it seriously. it took $56.00 days to introduce masks, countries like career and china renews in master years. with some reason in britain we just did get a government list for of money 1st. they fought well, you know, we can either keep our pool is open, which would potentially, you know, kill a large population of the british people with the economy with sanchez 5 longer, or we can close it an economy. okay. go ahead. what they've done is i tried to do an option a, it didn't work, we've lost lots of people in the economies to not to slap next police. so they're
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not looking at terrorism as a motive in a deadly incident that happened earlier to you at christmas parade. 5 were killed with an s u. v plowed into a crowd in the state of wisconsin. another 40 were injured including several children. a word of warning there is disturbing video coming. now. the videos posted on social networks show the moments the vehicle rammed into the crowd, the police chief and the ton of what could show where the incident happened said a person of interest is in custody today. kellem opens. got the latest on it. now the video that is going around, social media shows a red sport utility vehicle plowing into the crowd. the injured are understood to have been members of a dance troop and the marching band, some of whom were children. now we understand there are 11 adults and 12 children
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were taken to nearby hospitals in the town of woke ashore. we also understand the white house is monitoring the situation very closely. the mayor has brought condolences to the relatives of those who have been killed and those who are currently in the hospital in serious condition. at this point, the public schools and woke ashore had been close to the situation is being described as very tragic and very chaotic. we expect to hear more details from law enforcement. as this case develops out of the investigation continues. we haven't had something like that in the united states as much importantly, more at least weapons related violence. but i mean, having like that, obviously you can always be a barrier breaking in the united states, especially there are so many local parades. there's so many things that happen, whether it's for local communities, i mean walk the local a local christmas break that happens or a p and unfortunately had to become more acclimated to the american. this is going to be a new thing. whoever was involved with this, if this was intentional and whoever was involved, i mean,
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now there's reports that they had a gun out the window as well, but maximum damage. and you wonder why people choose these events, these happy event, christmas parade. these things were family, could just gone to church and just gone to, to celebrate their religious beliefs or their faith. and now they're, they're just enjoying something with their families on a sunday afternoon. right after a packers game and, and why, why does what happened here? i mean it to create maximum pain, maximum separate, and so that is where this comes and you and his raised the law over the humanitarian catastrophe unfolding enough gonna stand where half the population that faces start ation as the winter sets in ah assistance to parson sandra. magically and just spread across a hard country, frantically and challenging a huge amount of hours with
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a $1000000.00 facing prospects with immediate. ah, just what he needs because of his claps promise kind of fall. then we'll see real catastrophe. it was a sudden the suspension order was amounts are with depend to be the foundation of so many basic services jobs as well. but the health education, i'm sick to agriculture. absolutely. key. and those who suspended in house, hundreds of thousands of people masters hours from mm. hm, most proud to say that many calls will be written particulars are occasion, but to rely upon the rain lifestyle was being ready for pastures this year. with dr
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. right from the start was start at the end of the year. it's projected that 9 out of 10 of the largest urban areas, the cities and towns about kind of started with acute food security, hunger on a daily basis. mm mm. the u. s. claims it's allocated more than $470000000.00 for humanitarian aid to the afghan people. the ship including a 144000000 back in october. and various humanitarian organizations have been distributing vital goods to the country too. but all that said the taliban saying us, sanctions a crippling. the country preventing people from getting the supplies they need. i'll t south taylor reports the war might be over, but the afghans life is still a battle as they stand by the roadside selling that possessions in exchange for
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a scrap of bread. that probably asking where all the western leaders who promised to stand by us. lest we will remain at the sight of afghan women and men doing our duty to protect those we can protect to defeat working with the taliban. oh, of course if necessary will, will go on and our commitment to afghanistan is lost. there are very good reasons for continuing to stand by the people of afghanistan after the withdrawal of the troops, at least in the context of developing assistance. we must do everything to avert the real risk that is out there of a major famine and humanitarian disaster. we will continue sport, the afghan people we will lead with our diplomacy or international influence on our humanitarian aid. while all those lead us embarrass still by the failure to impose democracy on others by force turned to another favorite tactic, economic suffocation, that's right. they've shot the 8 bank. not all foreign assistance has been halted,
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but that's not all. one, washington and it's nato allies fled. they took all afghanistan's cash. the u. s. has frozen 9 and a half $1000000000.00 worth of assets belonging to the afghans central bank. so even those lucky few who do have savings can't take anything out. because washington says, so it's a one to the taliban, asking congress to give it all back. the freezing of us, it's an economic sanctions. can home health education of a civil services from which the general public benefit damage to these building blocks will serve as the worst memory ingrained and afghans at the hands of america . but following a 2 decades long pattern of pacing little value on afghan life, the u. s. is not backing down. now. u. s. officials made clear to the taliban for years that if they pursued a military takeover rather than a negotiated settlement with fellow afghans than critical non humanitarian aid
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provided by the international community in economy enormously dependent on aid, including for basic services would oh, but cease that is what occurred so washington wants to see reform before handing over any aid. that's fine and lot of people would agree, but they're ignoring one on can truth. it's not going to affect the government. what it does is affect the people always. and so that's the case from syria, and that's the case. and so many different other countries as well. and so they, the people suffer a for the policy of international sanctions, not government or the west. they sell this to their own population. the u. s. will sell to its own partners, constituents and so forth. as this is a better option than going to war. we're going to put maximum pressure on. we're going to put sanctions on a scene almost like the, the moral away of waging war when in fact, economic sanctions are, is as devastating if, if not more devastating than military intervention really to,
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to the people in those countries. and that's the point. it's not people on the f, b i's most wanted, lest he'll get punished. it's the average man on the street. the one he's already spent 20 years looking down the barrel of an american gun. and watch drones strike off to drones strike blow apart his country. the town of on officials, the u. s. refuses to recognize. we'll get their monthly checks, that doctors are now walking unpaid in hospitals with holes in their roofs, operating theatres, the shutting because there's no electricity teachers can't afford to travel to school. keeping with tradition, washington is punishing the very people who don't deserve it. this is probably the worst possible approach. and it says to me that it's the only conclusion you can draw from this is that the u. s. is trying to strangle that. the country of afghan
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in order to create some level of strife or instability that might provide the pre conditions of for perhaps either regime change, which would be ideal for washington, maybe. or a civil war where the, the west or an international peacekeeping force will need to come in again to restore order and so forth. so we can see another cycle possibly beginning. now, through this current situation, no man left behind, that's the proud slogan of the us armed forces. and yet here we are not one, but tens of millions left behind and hunger in poverty. and in despair. the british opposition says the home secretaries bisbee mishandling the immigration crisis, record numbers of asylum seekers crossed the english channel last week trying to enter the u. k. and could explain pretty patel for not securing an effective deal with french authorities. home secretary is comprehensively failing in this
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policy area and her incompetence on this issue is dangerous. the been an estimated 24000 illegal crossings over the english channel. so father sheer own triple the number than in 2020 that. and its despite warnings about the dangers of the route, still, at least 2 migrants died in recent weeks, making that perilous crossing or falling talks with britain, france taken some steps now including a victim about $1500.00 migrants from a company, the harbor of dunkirk, and offering to process the research requests in the country, but many refuse and set up another camp nearby instead and remain resolute about reaching the u. k. we spoke with a local volunteer who believes the situation is only got worse since the crackdown you have some people who sleep the air is not many a few, but maybe we are in the woods. one here, one, they're better for them. it's for the moment, very,
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very sad because the only plays you can relax. it's when you out in your tent and you can speak with your family. but for the moment he don't know where to go. mean time a u. k. migration campaign, a told us that both french and british officials are to blame for the crisis. i think the major removal of the migrants from the camp was one that was to try to offer a sense of helping the british. however, almost immediately, 2 instances showed the shallowness of the french offer. the french police were seen to be assisting migrants, raise their tents in a field. and secondly, videotape showed the police almost 20 of them standing by as migrants were mounting onto boats going to britain. this shows that the french are not really attempting to stop the migrant crisis because they don't want to take
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responsibility. the number is johnson. the prime minister, has said that he to needs to do something about the migrant crisis. these hollow words very shallow. there is no political will to the poor people. secondly, there is a whole factor of our society determined never to allow anybody who's deemed illegal or criminal to be deported from britain, bilateral relationships to france and britain is severely damaged. and it will take many years to recover right next to potentially game changing theory about the sinking of rushes. kursk submarine more than 2 decades ago dominating national headlines here. after a state news agency spoke to the former commander of the northern fleet, who said the craft collided with a nato vessel. don't court has got more on it. there are a lot of theories still going around as to what actually sang the russian nuclear submarine, cursed back in 2000. some people say that it may be collided with an old world war
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to mine. other say it could have potentially even been sabotaged. but as for the official russian government investigation, moscow says that it sank because a defective torpedo exploded on board. but in his recent interview, with re a nova, the former commander in chief of the northern fleet actually gave his version of events. he says that the curse collided with a nato submarine that was tracking it at the time. was schools the submarine, the collided with kirsten had apparently been tracking it but got too close. or there was a maneuver that led to a collision. i know the name of the submarine with a 90 percent certainty, but in order to disclose it publicly, there needs to be proof and it needs to be released. and i cannot release it before the 1st day of his version of events, not long after the submarine was destroyed, back in 2000 and at the same time of the blast, the us nuclear submarines memphis. and we were also in that area,
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and the russian ministry defense requested permission from the pentagon to inspect those vessels. the pentagon said no and that they were in perfect working order at the russian government. they have retained the same stance on the version of events . you go from yours to, we will not comment on this version. you know that there has been an investigation . the investigation have come to an ultimate conclusion. that is why we do not want to comment on any other hypotheses. so of course, there still are a number of different versions going around about as to what exactly happened. yeah, don't call to that. you can read more about that allegation. the whole back story is one of the com. i want to find out some more as well, but come out into national h q and moscow for me in the team. thanks to check in a great rest of the day. ah,
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l look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except where such order that conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about personal intelligence at that point, obviously is to great trust, rather than fear. i would like to take on various job with artificial intelligence . real. somebody with a robot must protect its own existence, with robin by drain shaped banks, concur some of those with
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theirs sinks, we dare to ask ah ah hello and welcome to crossed out there. all things considered i'm funeral about as tensions are again on the rise regarding ukraine. we hear about red lines, russian red lines. the west needs to take them seriously. also in the wake of the rittenhouse burdick. isn't it time admit late legacy media?
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lie all the time about almost everything. ah, to discuss these issues and more on joined by my guess, jordan, semi really in budapest, he's a podcast at the gaggle, which can be found on youtube and locals. and here in moscow, cross to dmitri bobbitt, she is a political analyst and editor. and you know me, internet media project. i generally cross up roles and effect. that means you can jump anytime you want, and i would appreciate it. or let's start with demon here in moscow, a president putin address to russia's foreign policy elite and was quite interesting that he talked about red lines again to the point of reminding, as he likes to say, where his web rushes, western partners, which i find quite whimsical to be honest with you, what he did, he's basically saying, you're not taking serious rhetoric very seriously,
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and you do it at your own peril. i mean, i don't know how much more straightforward and simple. you can make it. ok, all you have to do is go to the website kremlin dot, are you, and you can read these things the much, but no one in the west seems to be typically bother. go ahead. oh, the problem is that the natal general secretary or the people responsible for that or, or she in states, they will not be fired or sported relations with all the experience and the consequences or relations and we wanted maybe devastate. i mean, the reason why the wider program or the border between all of them are the reason why it is so you cannot talk to bell or they cannot talk to, they won't they, they don't want to talk to a lot of if you want because of that what you mean dependent you're what's going on
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the road that we have, like children, you know, the grown ups, you know, like mrs. murphy, with the ceiling done for don't you know, the least try to resolve the problem. and we are facing this problem and we can talk to you when you, you know, the same story with russia or any kind of dialogue with russia, that hello, i'm not speaking about concessions. any kind of dialogue is viewed as a huge, huge weakness. you know, we should be taken to russia if we can see the crimea ukrainian territory, even though you know, i did the crimea 10 times in my childhood, in my young years. i never heard of water green spoken there. but you do like the state.


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