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[000:00:00;00] ah, them tonight, professional and direct, the russian delegation lays down their red lines in geneva, in crucial security talks with the u. s. pending further progress on 3 key points. that's no ne, 2 east with expansion or ukraine, membership or missiles pointed to russian territory. elsewhere. vladimir putin says russia and its allies would not allow a revolution back by terrorists as the address the summit of the military alliance assisting members state has its done with. we will not allow the situation in our homeland to be disturbed. we will not allow a so called color revolution to be carried out
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here. also protest to take to the streets and melbourne in support of tennis world number one of a joke of it. earlier he won his court battle the challenge, the cancellation of his visit to enter astray lee. although the country's immigration minister says he still has the power to cancel it. we talked to the players father in service. let me show you new site. we never thought our son, the best athlete, and tennis player in the world would have had to go through this. but as you can see, politics couldn't take a win over him. this time with the keyboarding, welcome to our financials, will be that when i am live from moscow with may kevin, how and so that has mentioned high stakes talks between russia in the u. s. to been held in geneva earlier. monday's discussions over the week, a crucial negotiation, some security issues as the west accuses russia, plans to invade ukraine. moscow. it also lay down red lines on nato's east with
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expansion and the ukraine. never joining the military alliance along with missiles aimed at russia. if now, nato proceeds towards deployment of capabilities that are being developed very rapidly in the us. somewhere in europe. it would require immediate to response on the russian part through means at our discretion. with will that will inevitably unavoidably damage security over the u. s. and its european allies, lots to say from the russian delegation in regards to what was discussed today in the inflexibility from the americans on certain issues about red line for russia, which is ukraine joining the nato alliance. not just ukraine, but ga, to, for russia. also asking for roll back of military and weapon deployment in
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countries that have ascended the nato alliance since 1997. now, when you going into these talks at the united states, it said that it couldn't really discuss the security of europe without its allies. and one of the crucial issues is there are tensions between not just russia and the us, but also you repeat ins as well. so we heard quite a lot in the briefing from the russian deputy minister who is leading that delegation, trying to make a breakthrough. it doesn't appear as if a breakthrough was made. hell, though many people who said, actually getting them around the table is a breakthrough in itself. i just want to talk more about that red line. now i ukraine is hoping to become a member of the nato alliance. that is something the rusher said absolutely can never ever happen. and we know that the u. s. has gone into these discussion saying that that was
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a question. that was pretty much off the table. this is what the russian deputy minister had to say for us. it's absolutely mandatory or to make sure that you green never, never, ever, becomes member of nato. we are shut up with lose dog. half promises, misinterpretation of what happened, that different forms of negotiations behind closed doors. we do not trust the other side. so to see we need iron clad waterproof bulletproof legally binding guarantees not assurances, not safeguards guarantees. can you get more confirmation than that? iron clad waterproof bullet proof. this is what russia says it's looking for in terms of those guarantees of that expansion of the nato alliance in to ukraine and
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georgia. know from the u. s. port we have heard time and time again from washington, that they are in a fixed position in this. and that they say nobody will view to dictate who joins nato and who doesn't. this is what of the us under secretary of state, had to say in regards to that, we will not allow any one to slam closed nato's open door policy, which has always been central to the nato alliance. we will not forego bi lateral cooperation with sovereign states that wish to work with the united states. and we will not make decisions about ukraine without ukraine, about europe without europe, or about nato without nato. the other issue is, of course, on sanctions heading into these talks, the united states once again threatened possible new sanctions against russia, saying that these would be targeted financial institutions. really trying to hit russia where it hurts. it says those would be put in place if russia invades
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ukraine and accusation that the u. s. is being bonding about 4 months now, talking about massive increases of russian troops near the cranium. food and now at russia has denied this over and over saying it's not going to invade ukraine. and that was once again what we heard from the deputy minister this evening here in geneva that absolutely not. russia is not intending to invade crane in that a sanctions. i just not helpful. there's something that in nobody wins. if we continue putting those sanctions, it's also a kind of trying to track something and to get more out of the negotiations, that is quite clear. so both sides try to to be strong. and that is also normal renew stuart into negotiations. you, you try to, to bring your best position. and i,
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i do not really think that this is bringing much to the discussion because it's more a disease, more politics, both sides actually do feel not very secure. now it takes time to, to find solution to search difficult problems. and i think that is the time they need and they, they should take the time that it needs to to were to bring back stability to europe. the important thing is that they really talk and try to find hard. busy the solutions that we need i think he's tonight and his world number one of jokers, which faces uncertainty in australia with just a week left now till the start of the country's top tennis tournament is my winning a court battle that challenged the cancellation of his visa for not being vaccinated against coven, none the less the countries, immigration minister, still holding the we could still revoke it card the players father telling us his
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son had every right he thought to play in the australian open. berella salisa is at least on everything they asked him to do, and he received the cost decision that allows him to stay to play tennis. i can't describe it. we never thought our son, the best athlete and tennis player in the world would have had to go through this, especially in such a far away land way. he has already proved himself the best 9 times. it's incredulous in itself that this has happened to him, but it happened and it was in no way related to sport. it's all politics. but as you can see, politics couldn't take a win over him. this time, he proved his rights. he wouldn't have trouble there if he hadn't had permission from the government and the tennis association of australia because all these permissions went through the tennis association. they provided federal and local authorities in victoria with requests. we never had to deal with politics. our politics is tennis, of course we expect no back to when the 21st grand slam and the 10th australian open. so that his dad are the members of another joke of which his family also met the media for
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a press conference in serbia. listening to that for us was boris malesky, a serbian canadian journalist. now my job, which is family said that there is reason to be optimistic after several days of what they described as going through hell. no joke which his mom has said that this victory in the court case in melbourne is a greater victory than any grand slam that no joke which has one in the past 2 years. while his father has said that this isn't just a victory for no baggage, local issue, he says, doesn't belong just to the serbian people the to all humanity. this is a victory for free speech and freedom of choice. so essentially the family has said that no joke of h has followed all the rules that were set out by australia, his brother, noble joke, which his brother, george hopefully has emphasized the fact that they respect the courts. they respect the rules, australia that nobody joke reach when they're not,
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has any kind of political message. but just to play some tennis admire. shelly from the way he led to with that whole process because i think he was very detailed. he was very thorough and he was very neutral, our thinking from the family for leading to processes for, you know, showing the world the whole truth of his father, surgeon joker, which is said the justice has prevailed. they believed that despite a certain price being opposed by the australian government and vocal friends, administered ministers in australia have issued towards the fact that no job which may still have some issues towards. as we approached the australian opened, they said that at this point, they are happy that the court has made a non local decision in relation to the facts that were presented. and they are
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very confident that no joke which will, when in fact the australian open we said let us pull to place a protest, fled in melbourne in support of the serbian tennis superstar with police using pepper spray to contain some of the demonstrations. ah australian foreign minister alex wark, who says he still retains the right to cancel jock of it's his visa regardless of any ruling the ruling of course today in melbourne was a church said the australian government had on fairly revokes his visa when he arrived in the country on wednesday and then detains and we have reaction some
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people over a melbourne who said they're glad at the decision you still, the legal system is functioning. it is evidence based, not influenced by any politicians. a nova jacowitz himself said he's been sleep deprived when he's been questioned of australia. of course, one of the most strict countries in the world as regards co with regulations. novak jackie said he is not making. there wasn't any kind of posturing from him despite this diplomatic fall out and people getting involved, he said he's upset and confused by the decision. my agent and i had done all that was asked of us in making the application for entry into australia. i did not understand what was happening and i did not understand why he was considering canceling my visa. i was upset and confused, alexander roach, the serbian prime minister has said this is a which ones a huge national icon. of course, jock, which not only in serbia is here hero across the whole tennis landscape. one of the
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most famous, most recognizable athletes in the world, on the other hand, australian prime minister scott morrison says, well, rules are rules. if you don't meet those requirements, you're not welcome in the country. despite that, just saying that john, which is actually free to leave the detention center and free to remain in australia. now, australian officials have not taken this lane down as far as they're concerned. this is just a man trying to enter the country, trying to fill out those strict co with regulations. morrison just lost his case against jokers which towed to incompetence like on everything else if they seriously didn't want him while nor did they give him a visa to fi here. novak jock of it is being detained in the same place that refugees, the health, some who have been detained for 9 years. they came to australia to 3 war and torture. he came to when a tennis match. so the reactions are so much trailing and government officials of course,
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kind of belittling the struggle for know about job committees. family is mother who's been the hardest thing. they have to go through the past 5 or 6 days when he's in locked up his house telephone, confiscated as regards. no joke of it. she's predicament at the moment is very much in the balance. europe's again, in the grip of a surge of coven infections. and facing violent protests against the restriction sweden, for ones that used to work from home monday, dinner capital, the number of people allowed to attend some public spaces. they is dumped the a cancer what there is no doubt that the situation has worse and, and the spread of infection in sweden. is it historically high levels? oldest? how guy italy 2 is joined. the country is bringing and tough rules has got a super green pass. now that is only available for the fully vaccinated, or anyone who's recovered from covert not even a negative test will get you one of those otherwise. but some states to take a different tack, take, for instance, the czech republic, it smelling now and letting critical employees that test positive for covert to go
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to work anyway. it's controversial authorities, a drawing up a list of professions that will probably include health, social education workers. it's reportedly because the omicron variance is less likely to fill hospital beds and spares the country's batted economy to britain token to which struggling on the huge staff shortages and its health service is considering allowing the oscillation period for koby cases from 7 to 5 days. the proposal came after pressure from several top government officials, reminisced subarus johnson. those underlies that he will act only in accordance with scientific advice. i talked with earlier to professor of molecular oncology, lawrence young, who believes that these measures we're talking about there in the czech republic and u. k. ah, could he said lead to more infections? very concerned about this. i think it's not based on scientific evidence at all. i think the main driver, the concerns that we have so many people now having to isolate because of these
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very high levels of infection that we are in the u. k. that people having to isolate and wait for 7 days is causing all sorts of problems with essential services in this country. are we supermarkets with delivery chains, with all sorts of different aspects of workforce school teachers having to have time off and a chest of and what they want to do is try to shorten that period to make sure people get back to work sooner. but we mustn't do that at the risk of more people getting infected. that has to be bad, doesn't it? because if you got a positive test result, but particularly bad selected low test results, then you're going to be infectious. so you're sending people back in to work back into schools with an infection and that will just spread more. busy infection, it won't help you in keeping the levels of infection down. it will just make things worse. rushes lima putin's express support for allah kazakstan saying, days of riots in the centralized republic had been fermented by terrorists, trained abroad with combat experience. one of them, even the ugliest in this little village at his,
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we'll witnessing the aggression of international terrorism. where did they come from? these gangs of armed men who were trained abroad? yeah. and clearly had experiencing, fighting in global hotspots. system forces do not shy away from using cyberspace and social networks to recruit extremists and terrorists to create sleeper cells of incisions. we will not allow the situation in our homeland to be disturbed. we will not allow a so called cooler revolution to be carried out. while towards the end of monday, c s t o video conference, russian president vladimir putin described the unrest and cas exten as an attempt by foreign forces to intervene in the domestic problems of cassock. stan and that it was neither the 1st attempt nor the last. he specifically mentioned criminals and international terrorists who were recruited using social media on line. now in terms of color revolutions, the russian president likely had in mind the kind of political violence we've seen across the post soviet world. in recent years, ukraine bella roost,
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georgia. these color revolutions all had in common the factor of a varying degree of foreign meddling. that's likely the reason why the cassock president, i expressed so much gratitude to the c. s t o for a quick response to his call for help. he said that the kind of violence we're seeing throughout the country has gone far past the original upset with the governments lifting of the price controls on liquid petroleum gas. so turn the economy ski of chesnut, but it's socio economic and political demands were forgotten about in a hot face unfolded with groups of all militants coming into action. the mango has become obvious to undermine the constitutional order, destroyed government institutions and sees power. oh, we're talking about an attempt to coo aside from the presence of international terrorists and cassock stand, it seems like this is more of a region wide problem. we heard from the president of to jacob stan who said that islamic state militants are strengthening their possess in afghanistan. and that
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there's actually over 40 camps and over 6000 militants. that are islam terrorists surround the region of central asia. but like, like we're talking about just in can extend the anti terrorist operation is winding down. seems like this situation is stabilizing, and c, s t o. peacekeepers will be returning home soon. we wanna do mornings been declared across cuz exxon as the authorities say, they've rounded up 8000 people now on terrorism charges with a large number of those being foreigners. ah, a sweeping anti terrorism operations winding down in cassock, stones, commercial capital, and largest city al mattie, which is borne. the brunt of the violence is some of the aftermath, right? to supping looting stores and torching government buildings, many of them reportedly carrying firearms, dozens of people who have been killed, including 16 police officers. the reclaims some of those offices were beheaded.
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catholic officials also say 3 children were killed in the gunfire. this is to show you to security video from a shopping center obtained by a correspondent there shows looters destroying glass counters and grabbing anything valuable overall damage. in the countries estimated at walden, $200000000.00 reporting from mattie next or senior correspondent broadcast div. it had been said to say that the peaceful buddhists in kazakhstan caused all that much economic damage. it, it wasn't the peaceful protests. it was the riots the mayhem and the looting afterwards. that over scant days has caused more than $200000000.00 in damage to the country. mostly here in the city of amity and those are preliminary estimates. the real damage is expected to be much, much more. kazakhstan has said repeatedly that it believes this wasn't spontaneous, it was organized,
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looting with more systematically hitting shopping centers and businesses. at this shopping center, cctv cameras caught the mayhem in this shopping center and elsewhere. looters, of course, went for easiest pickings 1st that his electronic shops, jewelry stores, as well as atm. this, for example, was a food shop, not a lot left aside from a few broken gadgets. shelves were cleared in minutes. security could do nothing but watch and police were engaged in fatal fire fights with armed gangs elsewhere. and the looters went to town. there's very little doubt that this was glad because the people that came here and did this brought the right equipment. it takes a lot to get into cash machines, but they manage to do. it's taking the cash cassette. who says typical bullshit? i don't want this to be happening. of course it was scary. we stayed home with
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almost these were not all people. we were all resting after the new year's celebrations. we were, some foreigners were doing all this is we were waking up, or people just went out to the square to peacefully protest and then left. and then it all erupted nicholas urban. got there. i heard some kind of running around voices, so i looked out irrelevant. most likely when they knocked out the doors of some shops. there are many electronic stores on the street level on it. and then they got into the car and left. there was no police, which was it is the level of the won't they destroyed everything? people were in danger of being killed. it was scary. it's good that we live far away. it didn't reach us. everything was awful. that there is no street lighting yet. and people are not turning on the lights in their homes. other people are afraid. there were different people on the streets. at 1st the protests were peaceful monday. this is there still worse, cuz it what can a pensioner says? i'm sitting at home, i'm afraid to go out. good. it's good that we have peacekeepers now. it was
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a terrifying time for civilians. many hidden their homes turning off the lights to avoid the tension. as gaggs lay waste to the city of alma t. there was nothing they could do. no, when they could call for help. until the peacekeepers came. ah ah ah ah ah ah, at the now secure airports of almighty evacuations are underway. russians and other nationals that being evacuated abroad charter flights and military cargo planes. what they went through can only be described as an ordeal thrush. my book on yesterday was scary. of course,
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there was no information or communication. i'll get back to paris. i have to explain their how bad the situation here is. they don't report it on the news. france is not organizing anything yet. i do not think as they say in france than it is bad that the russians have arrived. this is assistance to the country, the situation, and the citizens of russia. yes, more than that of my how i am more or less normal situation. thank god. we were waiting for these planes to evacuate us where stockton, what is, was it that was faced a crowd that was armed, lived in the hotel next to the square. we saw however, she was burning flash grenades were frown, so it was very scary. it's scary because i was born here and it hurt seeing all the events that happened and are happening. but everything seems to be getting better. of them is the hassle. socrates could have put down the rights on their own and but how long would that take? perhaps they would have been even more casualties. all in all about
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a 100 people are being evacuated on this one military flight. but altogether about a 1000 people contacted the russian culture and asked to be evacuated out of our mighty alone, just just one city and they will be evacuated over about 10 or so flood. but authorities have told us that they expect more people to contact the counselors at the request evacuation. i'm on them for a national or not. so he's world news at one i am. i'm kevin o in from in the team. thank you for watching israel a tuesday morning and a very good morning to, you know, look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. i robot must obey the orders given by human beings,
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except where such orders at conflict with the 1st law show your identification. we should be very careful about artificial intelligence. and the point obviously, is to create trust rather than fear a job with artificial intelligence. real, somebody with a robot must protect its own existence with you know, everybody is concerned about finding upon his game, but in fact, that's the only thing out there. there's not a montes game, it's an open source project, built my volunteers to try to policy. but there are a lot of policies out there while our officers are facing in increasingly dangerous environments, we are seeing
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a growing debate about so called warrior cops, a term that i've heard in the militarization of police. this is an amber app vehicle we acquired through the 1033 program and very free program with the government program that funnels military property that is no longer use to local law enforcement with building an army over here. and i can't believe if people aren't seeing those thing an agency elder a need, cuz this began a feeling that hey, you have to deal with our practice. who you putting in a uniform cover bands is a powerful thing. is from tab has like money in play tricks and people mind they think they gun the bad nose wolf is out the door. very bad. johns are common good news. you have job security because the world desperately needs,
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which i think it with a, with time after continue watching, going underground, the team and i will be back for brand new season on wednesday, the 12th of january. but until then, we'll be showing you some of your favorite shows from the season the history buried by the victor, exactly 232 years since the creation of the united states department of war is today, the u. s. u k. in israel wretched up tensions with iran august, the 7th is also exactly 31 years since the 1st american soldiers arrived in saudi
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arabia. as part of persian gulf, one and 57 years since the passing of the gulf of tonkin resolution, which escalated doomed. washington mass killing for vietnam to allow in cambodia. the real history of these events is often missing from textbooks and history classes in nato nations. a new volume by retired us army officer major danny session attempts to remedy all that by telling a true history of the united states. he joins me now who lawrence in kansas, daddy welcome to going under ground before we get to this monumental history of the united states. i mean, it's up there with the howard zinn arguably. and how you managed to teach this to us army soldiers at west point, which will get hundreds. mazing, the whole idea of your take, obviously on us troops fleeing in the dead of night, from afghanistan, where you fought for the u. s. army. well, i think it's a tragedy for the afghan people, but it's been an ongoing tragedy in general that there's been 40 years of war. and
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i think the american troops leaving the dead of night is a fitting way for, you know, the imperial u. s. sort of forces to go. this war is been over for 10 years or longer when, you know, when i fought there in 201112, that was the height of the u. s. true presence and we barely controlled anything but the ground. we stood on, i'm for the withdrawal. i don't think that america can meaningfully, you know, influence the outcomes in afghanistan. and the whole thing is a tragedy. but more so for the people of afghanistan, i support the withdrawal. but we're, we're going out with our talents when our legs, which is surprising to people who weren't paying attention. i think, to the fact that the united states really has really not achieved anything in afghanistan. and things are worse essentially than and we found it or, or then we found it in february, 2002 in combat operations were declared over. yeah, i mean, in this country, thousands of british troops wounded hundreds of thousands of afghans. obviously the,
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the army doesn't count the u. s. o u. k help me doesn't get african civilians. i


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