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sport business, i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm hm. in the stories that shake the weak tension, spiral over ukrainian ship that approached russian waters without authorization, something moscow slammed as a provocative and threatening action. described as a dark day for journalism, julianna's, san supported lash out of the london high court ruling to allow his possible expedition to the united states. yet another hearing is now needed to decide his fate. this is not a case that is being fought on the basis of that law. this is an absolute traverse deal any legal process. devastating tornadoes, tedford, possibly united states with deaths in kentucky, alone feared to be more than 70. and the child lost during august's chaotic. g. u. s. withdrawal in afghanistan may have been found out. he speaks to the family that
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took the boy in and join to search for his parents. suddenly i saw this baby on the ground crying in pain. it was too hot and the baby was just wearing a shirts. it was difficult for me to leave him there. ah, hello, good happy with this this weekend. it's sunday and i'll tell you that means we're going to take you through some of the stories that we covered here over the past 7 days. and the weekend developments for you to 1st, the tensions over ukraine ran high this week with russia slamming the west for fueling. the escalation, voicing concern nato's actions in the region that moscow says they could potentially lead to a large scale conflict. the escalation occurred after a ukrainian navy ship approach to russian waters without authorization. on thursday evening, i moved that russia regarded as a threat to the navigational safety of other vessels in the area. ukraine denied all those allegations and insisted that the ship was an unarmed search and rescue
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vessel that never entered restricted waters or post any threat. the vessel date eventually change course. or ukraine was the main topic of discussion between 30 we're potent joe biden. on tuesday, the u. s. president pointed out what he called the threatening nature of russian troop movements near the ukrainian border and said severe sanctions were being drawn up. moscow though, insists that it can move its troops wherever it once on its own territory or saying that its nato, which is making dangerous moves. the criminal spokesperson talked wildly about the military lines of actions and how they're being regarded here in russia is through denoting toyota is, which is the rhetoric coming from the u. s. and e. u leaders sounds pretty aggressive. we see plenty of fake news about russia allegedly planning an aggressive invasion at the same time, no one talks to care of non warns care of against even thinking of a military intervention in the done yet elegance, conflict, museums, toneta, and your mouth. now we see that nato is taking an extremely aggressive position burst. they all say they don't accept any red lines. second,
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they say that nato will do whatever it wants. 3rd, it will do it on whatever territory it wants forth. all of this is aimed to deter russia. we do not like that. we will do everything to ensure our own interests. are what ukraine in the west accuse, rusher of farming the south proclaim republics in the east ukraine. the u. s. is openly sending arms to care. washington revealed the 30 javelin anti tank missiles . systems were delivered to ukraine in october, as part of a $60000000.00 military aid package and further $200000000.00 could be on the table as well. now, one of russia's long and unchanging calls is that nato doesn't expand its presence further, is closer to russia's borders. joe biden, though, doesn't seem to think that applies to him. yes, oh. of course, the diplomacy is out and red lines are there to be crossed when the big bad wolf is planning a land grab ring
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a bell. a similar warning came in the spring when russian troops gathered for snap training exercises. and again, when military drills were conducted in crimea, and only recently moscow was supposedly the mastermind of the qu, in key of remember the currency of no mean either because it didn't happen. in fact, none of the predictions came true, but this time apparently it's different. this time, it's the real deal, and to feed the fair, they're even drawing up the criminal battle plans the new year offensive. and for the umpteenth time this year, russia is forced to defend the presence of its own troops on its own land. russia is not a threat to any country. the deployment of russian troops on the national territory is our sovereign roy and no one's business. it is nato on its members states a recklessly moving their military forces and infrastructure to the russian borders . so what is washes red line,
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us spy pained jetting towards russia's borders. passenger jets with hundreds of civilians on board, diverted because a nato re complain was to close and wouldn't respond to ground control. the actions by the u. s. air force created the threat to civilization and the fact that the catastrophe was averted over the backseat doesn't mean that the u. s. and nato can go on the risk in people's lives with impunity. the latest american war ship sailing into waters bordering russia. what issues was nature? you know, a u. s. warship has now entered the block. see, we can see it through binoculars or the cross hairs of a defense system. shoot you a better one or multiple missile systems just across the face. it was a bit more to look at where nato's military infrastructure is located, just a short distance from our borders. in romania, poland, lansing, we saw defense systems have already been deployed and they can easily be converted into offensive missile systems that targets us. it only takes
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a matter of minutes to change the software. now, instinct tells me that if a russian destroy was spotted steaming and to new york harbor, it would be a flaming red line for washington. but believe it or not for us all, this is a pink line at best. the real issue is nato, or rather, nato's expansion, and expand it. it has from this humble state in 1990 to this empire in 2020. now, back in the day, russia was promised, nato would grow, not one inch eastward of berlin. wel, that's berlin. so no, it's not an ent, it's over a 1000 kilometers. and now it's knocking at rushes door. ukraine joining nato and we've been talking about it for a long time is a red line for us. the continual drawing of keys into the military orbit of the alliance, the de facto sort of nature's assimilation of the military infrastructure of this country. and the desire to turn it into
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a foothold for confrontation with russia could all cause severe negative consequences and destabilize the military and political situation in europe. but lucky for nato, it's got a get out of jail free card because in politics, well promises are made to be broken. where is that? where is that written down? where is that from was written down and under the formula, this friend of mine will enrich kurt that you didn't call which co want us to collaborate to good it. in the meantime, the u. s. unfazed, by its terrible track record of predicting russian behavior is covering its bases and drawing up some economic sanctions. you know, just in case while speaking of sanctions, washington's already threatened moscow with some extreme measures and globally the penalties are a central tool of u. s. foreign policy, washington's just rub try not the wrong way by imposing a diplomatic boycott on the upcoming winter olympics. it's also just imposed sanctions on 14 officials and 4 entities in iran and syria over a legend rights abuses. and we discussed the role and impact of americans,
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punitive policies or policies with a panel of guests who agreed on their destructive nature. essentially got you've got a view, walk into the u. s. american exceptionalism and, and supremacy. and they are basically, they're, they're, they're doing whatever they can do, you know where we're married? it's a very arrogant, aggressive policy. they use the sanctions and if it really is a means to destabilize the other countries, sovereign nations and create that can make hardships early. why do you think america is threatening to sanction russia for something that a has not happened and b will not happen according to the kremlin? i think in one way the political move on, on that side. the other part is that we need it. we need a bogeyman and i think partially, there were luther are in once. it's kind of like a rabid dog. you know, you start to lash out in, in different ways,
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trying to protect yourself. and the only one problem we have is the thinking is this kind of destructive approach to international relations. but it's, it's just so silly because ultimately you saw enough the brand he was sitting on. how do you think the continental united states is going to survive? if it makes the devastated mess of the rest of the world, do you think any western power seriously believes russia is about to invade ukraine? you know, it's hard to understand the logic. what could moscow stand to gain from, from starting a war? well, i think that the western governments do well know that this is rather a blame game. they make the public belief that russia is a real threat to the ukraine at the moment. russia is really in defense because they have to fear that a ukraine will become a part of the nato alliance. and this is, of course,
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a major threat to the geopolitical setting of russia. cutting russia off. busy from swift would be the most extreme of measures deployed yet. it happened to iran devastated the economy there. is there any chance of washington pursuing what's being called a nuclear option based on their questionable diplomats that they potentially good. i think be very unwise move, very little impact, i think internally, externally it would, it would kind of back fire. i would think europeans would be very strongly lobbying against such an action. and if you're going to set off to do something like that, presumably not the goal. well, let's just like opening a black hole up under the international banking system. we're seeing what's happening and showing with a grunt warbling and the property market possibly going down the drain. uncles if that happens, that's going to pull down the western banking system potentially. a
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dark day for journalism is how julian sanchez supporters reacted to the british high court ruling on friday. the wiki leaks found that can be expedited to the u. s . washington. one, it's appeal against the previous decision blocking a song from being sent to a record to face trial on espionage charges or campaign is slammed. the latest ruling, which was handed down on the un human rights de we condemn today's u. k. high court decision to allow the extradition of julian so on, so the us, which will prove historic for all the wrong reasons. we fully believe that julian assault just been targeted for his contributions to journalism. back in october, those a to day, harry, i was the united states try to appeal over numerous grounds, including the fact that it offered an unprecedented package of assurances, as i saw it would not be held under the maximum security the strictest maxim security conditions in prison. over there and that he isn't on well, is being, he's made out of continue to say that he is indeed
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a suicide risk. and that all of these assurances are meaningless and vague as they put it. they said that the united states can reverse any decision. not any point. class is also concerned about the trustworthiness of america guarantees to pointing to one of those reports in the, in the cia i had talked to kidnap, during the saw to kill them speaking outside the high court. here this morning, we've heard from stella morris to partner who is incredibly disappointed and she's saying why and how is this happening for? how long can this go on today is international human rights day? what a shame, how cynical to, how this decision on this day to have one of the foremost the foremost publisher journalists of the past, 50 years in
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a u. k. present accused of publishing the truth about or crimes about cia killed teams. many people have been supporting her outside here. many, many protests is that also are similar questions there who is a glimmer of hope that you know, the british justice system might actually prevail for once. the british judiciary. this is on every level with the u. s. campaign to get a i to is 10 years, 10 years in the streets of london, public opinion and business side, a sound. but obviously the judge's decision is not on the side of public opinion. it's absolutely devastating. so she, this time of year to another christmas, without doing that is children without their data. stay on the fight to free judy massage. that's what i say. we will prevail eventually, many people outside as
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a high court say, where is the human rights? in the case of june assange, obviously listed on the foreground of the royal court of justice, but they call it the royal courts of injustice. i have a diplomatic mouth, a just as i said, it was being announced a protest even through eggs at the side, directly behind me, which just goes to show the sentiment and feeling here on the streets of london. it was, here's how it got to this point in 20. 19 julian assault was forcefully removed by british police from ecuador embassy in london. after the country terminated his 70 or asylum. there it still refuge off the sexual assault obligations in sweden, which relate to drop by the british authorities arrested him on
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a separate charge of jumping failed. america wants to work. he leagues found extradited on claims of conspiring to hat government computers and publishing classified material. meanwhile, the sauntered fiance claimed he suffered a stroke during a hearing in october. we see leaks editor in chief, kristin robinson, talk to us following the decision. was actually unbelievable. and so i run a good disposition should be hunted on the united nations human rights. the united states had all opportunity in the madison court to make those so called assurances it did not. it simply press them forward after they lost in the menus court. in general, the united states had given assurances that the, they would to treat the julian fairly and he would get that treatment and be housed in an adequate to jail and could even serve his entrance if he gets one in australia. all of these so called assurance and have been and been investigated by
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human rights organizations such as amnesty international. and i found that the last 6 months worth of paper they're written on. they are simply not reliable. we are dealing here with a nation where individuals on the top level in the junior, the top level of the cia and in the white house contemplated, kidnapping were killing julian assaults. this is not a case that is being fought on the basis of the law. this is an absolutely travesty of any legal process. this is a political case, and the julian arrest us we have said for many, many years is a political persecution. and it didn't go unnoticed that the extradition ruling against union, the sounds came not only on human rights day, but also on the same day. the us wrapped up in multinational summit for democracy and which president biden pushed for people to be able to breathe freely. didn't take long for people to point out that he was applying the same principles to
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julian his own. and as we close out the 1st gathering, let's let, let us together reaffirm our determination and the future will belong to those who embrace human dignity. not those who tramp, one wish to potential. other people aren't those who stifle and who gives people the ability to breathe free. not those who seek the suffocated people with an iron hand. this shameful verity can a political case against a journalistic and public figure is another manifestation of the cannibalistic world view of the anglo saxon tandem. the west marks international human rights day and the end of the summit for democracy with dignity. this news is devastating. the persecution of julian a sondors, the disgrace. meanwhile, biden is holding his cynical democracy summit and the hypocrisy and the cruelty. i had of the democracy. some people from around 16 advanced economies to part in major research on america's image abroad. the and the results don't make good
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reading for washington. more than half of respondents don't think the united states is a good example to follow with almost a quarter saying it never has been a san freedom campaign. a john reef says that supporting democracy in other countries doesn't mean the u. s. is doing the same at home. i think it's remarkable that especially on human rights day that the judges in this case should have found that it would be safe to extradite julian assigned to the country where it security service leads. cia i'm has previously been threatening to kidnap or kill him. the problem with many more than the states, they're all for a democracy and freedom of speech and a free press in other people's countries, but not necessarily in their own. and until we get past that hypocrisy and understand. but freedom of the press is a universal human right, because it's part of freedom of speech. we won't be making very much progress.
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devastating storms of rip through parts of the central and southern united states were the most damage in kentucky. president biden says it might be the most disastrous series of tornado strikes in american history. rescue workers have already found more than 40, missing people with the damaged buildings. but there were concerns. the number of deaths could exceed 100 shelters had been opened with the help of the red cross. and kentucky's governor has declared a state of emergency. he is local reporter edgar costa. this is the severe destruction that we can see in many places across different states. where several tornadoes have heated, really hard. the worst part here in mayfield, kentucky, the governor of the state to announce that 70 people lost their life on these tries . you could be so this has been the most devastating tornado of that. in our state's history. the level of devastation is unlike anything i've ever seen. satellite far too many homes, that people were likely an entirely devastated this will be, i believe,
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the deadliest tornado system to ever run through kentucky. the devastation we can see here in the city center. he says something that will take a long time to recuperate, but many people took the streets. we can see lots of citizens that got together to do all. they can wendy's hard time with their face. oh please imagery show the destruction of what was a candle factory. it's roof collapsed after the tornado struck. the authorities say more than 100 people may have been inside when the building was hit by the stone. tornadoes have also wreaked havoc in other parts of the central and southern united states. 6 people are dead in the state of illinois where the roof of an amazon warehouse was brought down during the storm. and i'll console one person's thought of being killed and 5 seriously injured after tornado damaged a nursing home that many others were trapped inside. the severe, where there's also claimed at least 4 lives in tennessee. during the summer us troop withdrawal from afghanistan,
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many were moved by scenes of desperate parents passing their babies to western soldiers just to get them taken out of the country. unfortunately, one child went missing in the chaos at cobble airport. this is sue hale. ack maddie . he was one of the babies carried along by the crowds that his mother and father are still desperately trying to find him with a number of organizations. helping them out, one of which says, says they've got a lead in this case, a back in august. so holly's parents fled to the united states. however, there is a glimmer of hope. we've spoken to one afghan family, the who say they found a baby at cobble airport. i'll contact on the ground says it's the very baby lost by the armada family. and they named him mohammed and say he's become one of their own. i love any brother mohammed, he's to important to me and i will never hand him over to anyone. myself shall. it was late at night when my brother asked me to help him drive to the airport when he was leaving for the us. when we were there, there was a big crowd and chaos. everyone was pushing to get inside the airport. suddenly i
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saw this baby on the ground crying in pain. it was too hot and the baby was just wearing a shirt. i was confused, so it was difficult for me to leave him there. he was dying. so i decided to pick him up. then i moved to each family i saw in the airport and showed them the baby and asked them whether the baby belonged to them. then i asked each mother to feed him because he was hungry, but no one agreed. his condition was deteriorating, so i took him to some water and put it on his body, washed him and changed his nappy. i waited until 4 pm to find his parents, but couldn't. i had just one bottle of water and i gave him a few drops when he was crying because he was hungry, i was worried because his condition was not good. it was too hot and he was lying under the scorching heat of the sun. then i contacted my wife and told her that my brother had already left, but i'm still stuck here because of a baby. i told her we are humans and i can't leave this baby alone here while his
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parents are missing. i also told my brother to leave, but i had to stay until i found the missing parents out look at. so these 2 pictures of the right is the missing voice. a hail are muddy. ball on the left is the child found and careful by the jan family. it's not been confirmed report suggest that they are one and the same. been while the jan say when they found mohammed he was in such a bad condition. they had to take him to hospital, they say was just over a month old. the afghani found the child says he's now in touch with the apparent parents constantly. intellectually, we kept the baby and contacted many people to find the parents. we contacted the b, b, c in many others, but failed to find them, then we uploaded his pictures on social media sites like facebook later. some relatives of a missing baby in barrack sean province contacted us and told us that the parents of the baby are looking for their child. when they saw the images, they recognize him, but they didn't know the whereabouts of the parents. finally i found the contact
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details of the father of this baby i called and told him about his missing baby and asked him to send me the pictures of his child. so i could verify that he was the real father. then he sent me the pictures and we confirmed your son is with us, don't worry. his father was so happy to learn about his missing son. i was still trying to establish whether sila marian mohammed are the same child me. while the jan families say they have grown to love the baby so much, so they're willing to adopt him if necessary. i looked up to him like my own baby. if we found his parents, we would not be able to keep you with us. of course we would hand him over to his real parents. i looked up to him like he was one of my own. i have 3 daughters, but i love him too much. he was about 40 days only when we met him. we have seen difficult times with him, he's our soul and we love him too much. if his parents identify him, we will have no option but to hand him over to them while i will that. so if the
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parents of the child are unable to take him back, i am ready to keep this baby with me. in fact, i would not be happy to hand over the baby because we found him there. so if they don't take him on, we will keep him with us. we love him during class. i believe that's the weekly for this. our next the fragile balance between individual rights and state security and hacking justice. oh right now there are 2000000000 people who are overweight or obese. it's profitable to sell food that he's fancy and sugary and faulty and it is not at the individual level. it's not individual well power. and if we go on believing that never change is obesity epidemic. that industry has been influencing
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very deeply. the medical and scientific establishment for what's driving the obesity epidemic. it's called working back breaking toil, forced labor stress in industrial injury. corporal punishment. oh no. words with which we're
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all familiar with the world you live in abolish slavery long ago a ah ah many of us full the delta would be the sort of p i get i could well,
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you're not going to get an order. surely. any more transmissible than delta and what's happened? you got something which has popped up, weighs more than 30 changes in that spike protein that rural interested is ace accumulated, all the mutations we've seen in different berries all in one bars. and that raises some very interesting issues about where did he come from in the 1st place. is it possible to get even more mutations and what's gonna happen in terms of disease severity and vaccine protection? so in any suggesting that know the virus is still got some way to go with proximal surprises. ah, yes judge has blocked the extradition of wicking leaks, founder julian assigned to the united states congress. will he risk wells in the fall? a judge ruled out against extradition because january 4th,
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2021. the latest chapters being written in london. in a case that has made headlines time and again for 10 years. for the us, prosecutors the hackers on trial, a public enemy and cyber terrorist. for others, a pioneer of investigative journalism on whose fate press freedom in the west could depend the astonished case. a war with all they do not have the right to go into the mission. busy and if there's, if the so you can you give guys 10. okay. i don't get, don't,
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i mean if it responds interest with i thought it was a bunch of stuff with someone outside of monitoring by the way to people is so happened with me on it. it's embedded with anyone's coming out. and then what do i do both mm.

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