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ah ah, bed, i'm an art international on the chrome spreads to 24 countries with the us becoming the latest as the w h o u signs the alarm, we look at how different countries are responding to the new strain of cov id. also this hour we visit the child care clinic in moscow as more and more young patients are needing treatment for the virus. our children an age from one month to 17 years, the conditions, various severity for children, harris, severely l, than in the intensive care unit. and american face is the highest rates and inflation in decades, while corporations are enjoying record profits. we look at new concerns for the economy following the omicron outbreak and students, protested university in arizona for and against acquitted murder car. rittenhouse is right to attend classes.
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ah, good morning. it's 11 o'clock here in moscow. you watching arte international. now the u. s. has registered his 1st case at the new cove it very into omicron. the victim is fully vaccinated, has mild symptoms and was returning from south africa, south korea and norway have also seen their 1st cases, where with $24.00 countries now affected the world health organization says it's spread is inevitable. europe, meanwhile, is considering mandatory inoculations and new restrictions with more his peter oliver, sweden right now, where from wednesday we seen vaccine passes having to be shown if you go to any public gathering now, there are some issues with that because not everybody in sweden is able to get that required vaccine pass, even if they had job. now, if your residency is being processed or if you got your jobs outside of sweden,
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elsewhere in portugal, what we're seeing is the government. they have a see what's called a state of calamity. it's the 2nd highest state of alertness in the country, and what it means is that they're going to be bringing back in things like mass squaring in public. you're also going to need to be able to show either a negative test or a vaccine certificates. if he had to go into bars, jims, restaurants, hotels, or cinemas. now european chiefs are having serious discussions about a mandatory vaccinations being rolled out across the e u. it is understandable and appropriate to lead this discussion now. and how we can encourage and potentially think about mandatory vaccination and within the european union, one country that is already said it will be implementing mandatory jobs is austria that set to come in. in february, the country is currently in a,
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a full national lockdown. it's supposed to be in that, at least until the end of this week, it can be extended through until the 13th of december. however, that's moved, not gone down well with some people her brought it into loss every day. new rules besides the health system should have been improved, and i don't understand why we should pay the price for that. now mister up isn't that a relatively many people in austria to think the virus doesn't exist under think they're stand above everything that hurts me a bit because these people are sometimes really dumb position a fish in austria say they didn't want to have to bring in mandatory vaccination, but their hand is being forced in this issue. we haven't once dismissed, we didn't want to vaccine mandate. let me make that explicit sex. got that 20 months on for missed out of the pandemic. we are in a situation that is dramatic. if you look at intensive care units at hospitals, oh,
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finish off in germany, where the country recorded the highest coven death rate. since february of this year, 446 people in the last 24 hours dying with covered 19 in germany, we are going to be looking ahead to angular merkel. and the german government meeting with state leaders in that country on thursday. we're expecting to hear of more developments, perhaps more restrictions put in place in germany as well. peter, one of the reporting men, i, cove it is no longer a disease that only affects elderly paper and those with pre existing medical conditions. because doctors and i warning that young people becoming more susceptible to new variance. we visited a child health clinic here in moscow. ah,
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what a are the children here and what condition are they in to our children are age from one level to 17 years. the conditions varied severity, the children here severely l, and in the intensive care unit. unlike adults, co related pneumonia is less common among children, but it still happened. listen, showing 3 to full and c t severity to period. there is full, so this means complete lung damage, almost 100 percent near store. or what is especially alarming is that very importantly, just like an adult, there's a tendency for the disease to rapidly develop. meaning that at some point, no 10 percent of the lungs are affected. and then suddenly it's up to almost 100 percent. yes, that's exactly what we've been seeing. especially when parents wait too long to call a doctor. how old are you? 10 years out? exactly how do you feel?
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no, sometimes i have a headache, but i'm okay. that's not a my point. how long have you been ill? 10 days already. oh yes, i'm in my 2nd week, which are age puts are at risk, which is we've actually seen the highest incidence, right among teenagers, 2 thirds of the children escalate. cable between 7 and 17 years old is because they are hanging out together and contact and each other all the time. right. among other things, yes. do you now to them as much they tmj? is that become effective? because they always hanging out together also because statistically, they demonstrate a more severe cause of illness than end of the jewels of other ages to go get rid of them because their bodies are growing so fast. and because of their hormonal processes are yes, mono, bye grounds. and the physical transformation can influence the illnesses more by the lessons are affected by more risk factors related to the course of the disease for you to chew a thing in their didn't their money is their thing. it's not
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a harmless disease. it's not soluble. we sound alarm, and there is a disease for which there is no medicine. we have to day the course of the disease is unpredictable. we don't know why someone has it hard and someone else has an easy human. we, as we know there are risk groups, but for some unknown reason we severe case of the disease and it can be observed among healthy children. ah, here's a child and eventually wearing an oxygen mask. well yes, the child is really missing his mother, which is logical. that's why we always talk to him. the doctors are always with him . otherwise he can tear off the mask that children are getting much sick than in the 1st way. and worse than the 2nd and 3rd or yes, worse than waves $2.00 and $3.00, which is just as you are for for as union for complications develop very often after coated. i do not depend on the severity of the disease. this even children who have shown no symptoms face complications. what do you think about vaccinated
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adults? i think it's a very good idea. new to me me hasn't died. there is no time to wait for the children are also a source of infection. if children are not vaccinated, but will not be able to grade the necessary collective immunity, which will have all been talking about for so long, it works in that book with the vaccine works. so what should the concerns be here? the theoretically, we understand that this vaccine cannot be more dangerous than ada, no virus infections. some of the vaccine is infectious for cells, but not for the body in pennsylvania. at the level of the organism, the virus does not reproduce the earth was any real sinew. please hood, ah, now while the world health organized ation does insist that people at the moment should limit their travelling wear masks and get vaccinated africa, which identified the on the con. there it does continue with life pretty much is normal with shops and restaurants remaining open from their port slip sent. this
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report can south africa a positive case of date? now this is a 20 percent increase on what the figures were just a few days ago before the commute, perfect value. and we conduct was discovered the carolina. right? so you'd imagine that south africa to wait, fine, perfect, can void and i paid to train. you have people here with who are just to fight it the way strong or open. nobody and people feel social discipline thing. nobody is wearing mom. i wanted to few people can just, i think i'm the only person who's wearing them off and even that is on my turn being out is, is, or is it is right by. you can also not limit your life for living in fear. because if you live in fear, you will always be consolidated to the circumstances that you are in for like going
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against rules. so we don't, we don't, we not very law abiding citizens in many cities around the world. you have to show a passport when entering a restaurant. in other words, keeping vaccinated. here in south africa. no such thing exists. and this is a country way, 7 percent of the population has not been vaccinated. and the entry factors are using and that's new only from various booth at vaccinations. don't do anything you need to do in south africa when entering a restaurant, it's put on some sanitizer, we only gets an entire and sometimes it gets screamed sometimes on his screen. okay, temperature, which is the temperature of the city mean back off when. well, some people can go to a restaurant during the 19th, but because of the ignorance, nobody actually take it into consideration. so i feel like the safety protocols letter please put in place and not enough to ensure that everybody is safe. you can only assume that everyone is vaccinated, as you would never know. so if you vaccinated,
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you did your plot. it sounds like of the population to remain calm. he says that there is enough information known about on we conduct that state not to justify that restrictions. however, he has war that he might consider mandatory destination for some activities and for some location. it's the situation to terry. in the meantime, b sub to open the restaurant to open the schools open. you can travel anywhere in the country you want. you can wear moss, keep enough, clear, moss: you can social distance, you cannot social distance. in fact, what more south africans are afraid of is not a locked down, rather than i'll be con, policy r t to one is the south africa? well, my current could potentially be another blow to the global economy to, with financial institutions, raising the alarm over spike in inflation, june part c. supply chain issues can mocking as more with inflation as their excuse us corporations, excluding the financial sector,
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are now jacking up their prices. the biggest corporations are now raking in the highest profits they've made since 1950, according to the u. s. department of commerce. meanwhile, average americans are getting squeezed on everything from food to fuel. but when you hear about our taxation being super low, you know, i'd like for it to be an increase that everybody pays their fair share. that's fantastic for corporations. i'm not sure trickles down to middle class or lower income people. it is disgusting and unpatched level and i think it is an example of unbridled capitalism. lawmakers are demanding answers from the treasury and the federal reserve. the experts who have been advising you about the future rate of inflation have pretty much the same credibility,
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those as low sub night night. psyche cot lines you see on tv. we've got to get control of inflation. it's, it's ravaging our people. not much consolation from those tasks with running the economy. instead of telling us how things will improve, they tell us that because of the on a cron variant inflation may be here to stay. the recent rising covered 1900 cases and the emergence of the i'm a crime variant, post downside risks to the employment and economic activity and increased uncertainty for inflation. not surprisingly, the public is starting to lose faith in the government's ability to manage it. any way to be honest is actually one more of like everything went on. it's bad, it's really bad, not a fan of joe biden in particular. so i do not think he's doing a good job feel like ever since he became president things i've been slowly going down hell, especially in this study, but everything is about 40 percent higher than or was a couple of years ago. so no,
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i would not say that there during for a job secretary of transport pete blue disease says it's time to buy an electric car. he's pushing for an e vehicle discount to be included in jo biden's bill. back better for a lot of american working families, upgrading to an e car is not exactly in the budget. many are starting to see the white house as out of touch. you know, some people just need a cheap way to get to work. people who don't have jobs can buy an electric car. we have had economic crashes before and we have had public. does it health disasters before? but we have never had the 2 at the same time. colvin 19 together with an economic crash. when we were barely recovering from the crash of 2008 and $9.00, it is too much and it needs a massive government intervention to fix this. and mr. biden is simply
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either unable or unwilling to make any thing like the intervention needed by the crisis. we're working and living through many americans are starting to feel like they've been swindled. biden's administration seems a bit reluctant to offer a helping hand. caleb martin r t new york. now the news that this morning, the kyle written heis case continues to divide the united states right back to his education. he was recently found not guilty of homicide in the killing of 2 black lives matter protests his last year. however, his decision to do online courses, it iverson in the state university have prompted protests, even though he is not fully enrolled there. some students are opposed to taking part with. others are rallying in support of his right to attend classes. but we did speak to one of the organizers of a protest supporting kyle. he thinks that i was only university should accept britain heis. if he wants to apply. i created
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a counter protest against the students for socialism that were against covered in house being on campus and say they were educated on the child. they were super ignorant about the whole thing. because if they really wants to try, they would realize that cow is not a murderer. how they verbally describe them to be at the process today. we had a lot of support for our written house that people showed up. and yeah, i think, i think we had close to 100 people and we out numbered the people protesting against how to to one from my understanding cover in the house is not a, a full time student. a su is a non degree seeking online student. i mean, you would have to go through the application process and i understand that any university has any right to not accept the students. i think that's a challenge. the faces, arizona state should you know if you were to apply to, to
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a 4 year degree program like nursing like he wants to. i think you should accept them for last month, congress and highest was acquitted of all charges after fatal shooting to white people during a black lives matter protest in wisconsin, which had descended into a riot. he said he acted in self defense. moran again says that universities should be unbiased. in cases like this, universities should be free from political narratives. um right now what we're seeing is we're seeing a lot of professors indoctrinate students with leftist ideologies. and it's trina, it's training and negative impact on the students on the campus, and they're not being able to have the right resources to be able to understand certain topics or information. the problem life where the, where the media is, the media falsely covered the recalibrate in house child and they depicted him as a wise pharmacist, a murderer on all the terrible things while the child was going on. and what the
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child basically did, it proved to be exactly the opposite that and he acted in self defense and that's what the, the child cruet. so the problem lies where the media is. i mean, they continue to lie to the, to the masses. now on our website at night, we have the story of a policeman who's been sacked off to shooting a wheel. chair banged man 9 times for allegedly shoplifting a toolbox. you can have a look at that and meet the stories take at r t don't. comp still had p this. i mean while attentions build is ukraine calls for more cooperation from night i to defend itself again. so cold russian aggression will have more in that in a couple of minutes. ah ah, ah
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ah ah. what we've got to do is i don't to fi the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic development only personally and going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful,
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very political dime. time to sit down and talk ah, hello again without international now, some big names are being dragged into the sex trafficking, trial of killing maxwell, a long time companion of the sex offender, jeffrey epstein. it's been alleged presidents, princes, and hollywood stars, often used his private jet, which ferried young women to his private caribbean island. maxwell is accused of grooming, under age girls for epstein and american financier, convicted of sex offences back in 2019. he died in prison. the same year his what we've learned so far from the trial, adam and eve, lolita express, and unexpected scapegoat, 5 takeaways from delane maxwell trial. so far, prosecutors go with apps janes,
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harker in crime definition. sometimes she was even in the room for the massages herself, and sometimes she touched the girl's claudia. and even when she was not in the room, make no mistake. she knew exactly what epstein was going to do with those children when she sent them to him inside the massage rooms. defense claims maxwell as a scapegoat for abstains christ invoke some bible as proof. ever since eve was accused of tempting adam for the apple women have been blamed for the bad behavior of men and women are often villain ised and punished more than the men ever are. pilot of abstains, leader, express, called as 1st witness recalls flying important people including prince andrew, donald trump, kevin spacey bill clinton. but i never saw any sexual activity, no witness identified as jane says she was sexually abused. at the age of 14, jane claims maxwell instructed her on how to please abstain. took part in abuse
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herself. he asked me to take my top off and then their hands were everywhere, and glean was robin him and kissing him and fondling. defense says accusers cannot be trusted memories, fade money doesn't accuses have shaken the money tray, and millions of dollars have full in their way reference to fund set up by abstaining state to compensate his victims. elaine maxwell trial to be continued russia's federal security service as it has apprehended, 3 ukrainian agents who were gathering sensitive information and planning terror attacks where we can get more on the story and cross to our correspondent. he's covering a force don't call to don't good morning, him. what more than can you tell us about these arrests? while andrew, the a read, the russian security services say that these 3 ukrainian agents were planning 3 different terrorist attacks and 3 different regions of russia. the suspects are
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a man, a young, another young man, and actually the 1st man's son. they were all a planning acts of terror on a radio tower. and one of in rushes, black sea fleet, a television tower, and an electrical station. and one of the suspects actually was apparently planning to use 2 whole made 1.5 kilogram t and t bomb. so all of these suspects actually gave video confession said as to what, what kind of terrorist attacks they were planning to carry out and how they plan to do it. according to the suspects they were directly recruited by the ukrainian security services. and before they even entered russia, they were instructed to collect sensitive information. they were taught that they were told that they, they were to carry on terrorist attacks in russia. and they were even instructed on how to not get caught. so this, this, this act actually is obviously doesn't bode very well for relations between ukraine and russia. but just alicia says, okay,
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well thanks for the update set that down will. meanwhile, in ukraine itself, that have been anti government protest in the capital, kia, falling claims of a key on the countries president, a hundreds march to caves, independent square and 3 coins. the president's office coating in a traitor and demanding his impeachment a protest. claim authorities were or are violating constitution and are conducting a coo themselves my last friday since he said a plot had been uncovered to talk with his government. and that it was orchestrated by russia. mother, idea of the so called russian threat was also raised by ukraine during a nato summit in latvia, kiev called for back up with military cooperation and sanctions against moscow. in order to protect the country from purported russian aggression. the readiness to defend any country from russian activities was expressed right on the eve of the meeting by britain with the foreign sex really trust. they're riding high aboard a military tank in there by
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a stony. i just kilometers from the russian border is something though of declaration that britain is leading the way against what she called moscow's malign activity. although it didn't go miss that the p r stunt was pretty similar to that of margaret thatcher is back in the 1980s we monetize expansion of weapon systems. close thrushes for this herself. forced fresh for the 1st a new powerful hypersonic missa that was announced early this week by president putin. moscow says that the allies is escalation of tension is unfounded and has threatened serious consequences if provoked fur. further, the u. s. sex you stay claims that natives build up, though is to counter what it sees is russian aggression against ukraine. we're deeply concerned by evidence that rushes made plans for significant aggressive moves against ukraine. the plans include efforts to destabilize ukraine from within, as well as large scale military operations with their largest in a dialogue with the united states and its allies. we will insist on the development
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of specific agreements excluding any further. nato advancements to the east and the deployment of weapon systems that threaten us in the immediate vicinity of the russian federation, journalist and was our and author of america's undeclared war to say that russia, though, has every reason to be alarmed by native actions in eastern europe there is no sign that russia is planning any kind of aggressive move against the ukraine. and there's every reason to believe that that, that is not the case. and the u. s. looking extremely weak and insecure in the aftermath of afghanistan. jessica, just 3 or 4 months ago. so the u. s. a talking tough that's trying to prove that it is a, it's still a contender that it's still in charge of the world. but it's act is looking less and less convincing. so. so russia has every reason to be concerned that has every reason to think that nato is engaging in a and a project long term project up encirclement and,
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and dismemberment. and, and i think it's up to be up to the us and its allies to provide tangible proof that that is no longer the case. yet everything the u. s. s. that really indicates the opposite written, really as designed to raise rushing through years of some kind of nato attempt to add an account. so. so unless nato backs off, i can see how this can really add you are not international. so that's why what things are looking so far today. don't forget that was said earlier. we have a website for the stories tape. and you can find that and don't go with one of the many paradoxes of big coin is that it wants
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sounds a webpage, bentley up in the booth but even started yet go away. when you mouse storm you my video it out or you me know neil's feel are you guy of the owner? but i will that be cool. it will still be stuck with these it's odd to do. i also use with, ah, this is been bus one business here. you can't afford to miss. i'm rachel, blah. that number is born in washington in coming up. good. we see the federal reserve increasing its plans for tapering asset 1st faster than expected. we'll dive into the latest comments from j, how and what they could mean for the average consumer plus turkeys. lira has a new record low in place and take the pull on that nation as well. we'll take
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a look at how the government is responding to the latest losses and we're crypto heard these put come into play. then here at the is giving you insight into a plan for a global gateway project, but will be enough to compete with china and road initiative. we'll discuss it on next. we have a lot to get to to, let's get started. we leave the program with what has been a bit of an up and down week for global markets as investors waving impact at the latest co been 900 variant, while markets elsewhere tended upwards, equities. here in the united states turn, making it mid afternoon on wednesday. this comes as treasury secretary, janet jaelyn and federal reserve chair j power, testified on capitol hill for the 2nd day on their institutions hand handling of corona virus relief. during his comment to congress on tuesday, powell said the fed may have to look a that rolling.

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