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the moral authority, the made america with sacrificed for the shimmer of effective interrogation. ah, it is breaking used as our live on our team international as an allied peacekeeping mission. and catholics don is winding down and coming to an end as the situation that stabilizes. that is, despite much speculation in the west of the russian convention would never leave. also ahead in this program. when i went into that job, just after 6 on the 25th of may 2020, i believed implicitly that this was a work event of british families are outraged by boris johnson's apology. it's after he admits attending a downing street party during the u. k. 2020 national lockdown and here on the program we speak to a man who had to bury his father during that same period. at the same time that i was at my father's funeral, he was taking part in
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a premium views. part it. why does he believe that the rooms that he helps create that he made didn't apply to him? have the job will pick up the tab canada. quebec province is planning to punish the unvaccinated with a special fine, low cost teller what they think. i think it's unfair to just suggested the responsibility or the fall to those that are unvaccinated. we can, for anybody to have with it is breaking news for you. this our here on our team international it looks like cast on is calming, and putin is already making comments. well, the allied a peacekeeping mission in kazakhstan, is now winding down with troops hanging over their duties to local counterparts. the soldiers on al, preparing to leave the country, had been, had they been just for about a week off the authorities requested help with an antique terror operation launched
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amid as you. i'm sure you saw the pictures deadly on rest will after what has been called a successful operation by those involved rushes. president said, it's time to go home. me. it's if it is obvious that people who've been protesting for a gas price reduction, i know she's been fighting with the armed forces for several days with weapons in their hands surrounding them in places of deployment, completely different people and they have different goals. the fact that with the health of the c s t o, it was possible to restore the situation is very important. this is the 1st such operation of the c s t o pedro allow catholics to on to solve it socio economic issues. and it com dialogue with the people in general. we need to go home. we've completed our task. so i don't see nicky air in joining us on this thursday afternoon here in the studio on this breaking news story. nicky, good to see you again that the russian president already commenting. he's calling it a success. in fact, basically all of those involved have been calling this a success. was it less than a week after they were deployed this?
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yes, the troops will begin that withdrawal today with conflicts on now obviously in a much more stable position than it was a week ago. reporting to president putin, the russian defense minister said a show. he said that that key infrastructure has now being secured in a context on with help from the piece key pose, the how much the airport is now reopened. the internet service across the country has now be restored. basically, all communication and energy infrastructure. all those things that keep conflicts on up and running have been protected, but understandably, you know, topic sound has been to so much in the past 2 weeks. so in a state of shock, but now the peacekeepers are leaving and the plan is to be completely out of the country in 6 days time by the 19th of january, the state of emergency were made in placing cars like san until that date as well. but what this also signals is that the p c s p o, which until now was just a mouth piece. it's never been used in the physical way before which so it's
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a very effective, very effective tool as well. as speaking earlier, the cars extend the president to kind of he expressed gratitude to the alliance. i would like to express my gratitude to the mission commanders for the job they did over these days. the c s t o peacekeeping mission in catholic stun, including and our my t was very important in terms of stabilizing. the situation in our country is undoubtedly had a major moral impact on pushing back the aggression of terrorists and bandits. when needless to say, if they are not extraordinary thought to the year for cause like san a country which is relatively peaceful, as was due to sensitive chaos. in the matter of a week, we saw mass riots on the streets. we saw government's buildings ransacked and set on fire. we saw so if they do emergency across the entire country, it was absolutely unprecedented. the exact number of the policies is still being calculated, but it's reported that over a 1000 people
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a protest. this has been injured, including over a 100, been killed. i read a 1000 police officers injured more than 16 killed all efforts to calm the street on the part of president mikaya, which is falling flat. nothing was worse and he needed to call on the sci frame, was to help secure the infrastructure making when it comes to the catholic leader asking for help. he reached out to the cfo, the catholics on as a member of as is down, quickest on media by the rules and of course rusher as well. when it became clear that russia was going to offer some help as well. the senior diplomat in america blink and he came out and said, well look out, you don't want the russians in your house because you can't get them out. how is that turned out now? how is it pining out you think when it seems like you know, the moments and the west heard russia would be entering a foreign country. it just jumped on that was huge. spotlight on rush with very little emphasis on the fact that you know, context on had invited russia on the rest of the c s t i framework into the country . they desperately needed that support. we just saw these sensationalized headline
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. so same things like putin see this on crisis and it's unfortunate, but, you know, russia supporting conflicts done like it has done was also sensationalized by washington. one less than a recent history is that once russians are in your house, sometimes very difficult to get them to leave. and of course, comments like that usually invite some kind of response from russia and we heard a response earlier today, the deputy foreign minister sick, a rap call. he said the u. s. reaction was that so revealing, he said it confirms russia's worst assumption about washington's intentions and your asia. and so all said and done. 8 you know, as we see these troops leave catholics done as they promise to in the 1st place they, it will be interesting politics aside to see how things play out for conflicts down and see if they do managed to get you know, things back up and running. as usual,
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or at ortiz nicky. aaron, the latest on the breaking news. thank you. well, let's learn a little bit more about this, or what are you in to national joining international affairs, commented jonathan steel here on the program. great to see you today. let me put, it says the situation is stabilizing and context on. and he says, the peacekeeping operation has been a success. how to use it. but i think it's true, or it was the kind of world record shortest peacekeeping operation in history. it took less than a week or just about a week for them to come in and leave again, so remarkably speedy. they don't seem to be needed anymore because they aren't in the situation under control. the demonstrations have stopped. the practice have stopped the unfortunate massive progress and encouraging quite a lot of injury than to the basically the c s t, or forces when also involved in law and order and trying to confront protest as they were basic is stabilizing a key industry facilitators, key infrastructure and public building,
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so they were doing sort of god duty and protection around the perimeter of god, public buildings rather than confronting actual protest as demonstrators, mister steele, i wanted to just bring you up on this point because putin also said that there was a difference between those protesting over the energy cost on those fighting with the police. and we saw historic pictures coming out of the context on, on present, the unrest. how do you see, did you see the protest as all being one part of 11 group no. was least 3 or 4 elements in there was initially began as peaceful, protest server price of fuel going up, domestic fuel. and people just talented was one strong to many and broke the camel's back if you'd like. because they live into very poor level. the national income is about $3200.00 per year, which is very low, considering that this is rich country with massive foreign reserves and earnings. huge amount of money from next began as
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a repurchase or the cost of living issues. then i think looters came into it and some of them are criminal gangs because they learned it didn't go off to food shops . they went out to jewelry stores and still selling mobile phones and television sets and laptops and so on. i pads. so there were never like a criminal gang that kind of looting. then there were people who, as you pointed out, wronged in using battles and to knock down the police and, and do a lot of them. are 2 people and to, to try and take care of government buildings which they did in several places and sent them on fire matters. some kind of organized group to not sure who exactly it was. and eventually by president britain and others, i present guy. i've been to foreigners were involved, but we haven't actually seen any real evidence about that. nobody's been arrested has been brought forward to showing that they were foreign citizens. so we don't
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quite know whether there was or not. that certainly hasn't been confirmed, but i've certainly read the allegations as well as you were saying, mr. steele, about the possible involvement of foreigners. the one point that also has not been confirmed that it was interesting when the government 1st shut down the internet and shut down more than 90 percent of the telecom communications abilities, the protest. this was still able, reportedly to coordinate with each other on a nation wide level, so it seems perhaps they did have some sort of help, but perhaps it was purely domestic help the russian president. mr. steele is also saying that the stabilized situation will now allow the authorities to have peaceful dialogue with the people to resolve all of these issues. so did you think that's how it's going to play out? well, that would be very good. it's the recipes from dialogue and clearly there are problems . this is a very polarized country with masses of quite poor people. as i mentioned earlier. and this newer lead to only got to go kind of living on the bonanza round and does a buy a family and then to car himself and his government,
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people. most of them from this lead and need to discuss things with people who are demonstrating every cost of living increases and asking for their didn't government to fuel cap increase fuel price increase. so they have taken some steps to, to pacify the situation politically rather than using force that they need to find a more democratic arrangement to run by. it's not necessary for people to go into the streets and certainly not to confront the police as peaceful dialogue. the president bridget mentioned that would be a step forward. jonathan steele international if has commented to joining us live here on the international. great pleasure having you want to. thank you very much and thank you for joining us for the program as well. at the world's largest security body, the o s. c e, as one of the highest risk of war in 30 years. and the organization for security
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and cooperation in europe is meeting and austria hoping to ease tensions on the ukrainian border live to correspond in charlotte duping ski now, who's been following this story and has the very latest on this. so we've got a lot of a diplomatic tool happening there. lot in vienna. any promises, any serious progress being made? will not as far as we see. of course, this is the 3rd set of discussions this week talking about the tensions that have arisen between russia and countries such as united states and members in the nato alliance are the i see placed itself as being a neutral space for its $57.00 members, which includes russia to be there to discuss the issues of the moment. and of course this follows discussions that were already held by russia and the usa in geneva, early this week. and then following that, the russia council, a nato, who met in brussels on wednesday, where no concrete measures were agreed on to try and reduce the friction that we've
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been hearing so much about speaking at the press conference at the o. s. c. at what we heard from them is that the security situation is so concerning . now that there is a massive threat that this could escalate at any moment. it seems that the risk of war in the oversee area is now greater than ever before. in the last 30 years for several weeks, we have been faced with the prospect of a major military escalation in eastern europe. now the chair of the i see at the moment said what the issue really boils down to is a completely different interpretation as to what the security situation is in europe. i believe that always tensions ah, in the v o. c area results in the 1st price for all the
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different understanding of european security. very in diplomatic language, being used at that press conference in vienna. no fingers being pointed at any country in particular, which is very different to what we have seen over the last few days in the press conferences. and the news lines that have been coming out from the u. s. under secretary from the nato general secretary at all, all who've been saying over and over that the tensions are result of russian aggression. and that it is russia that needs to deescalate the situation, particularly they said, by reducing the trip numbers in here, the ukranian border trip numbers that they believe have been a mass for an invasion of ukraine. now moscow has repeatedly denied that it is intending to invade ukraine. it's not going to do that. it says, but despite that, we had all of these accusations and continued threats again of crippling economic
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sanctions. not just coming out at those press conference is following these very difficult discussions, but also now being unveiled at the same time in the u. s. senate by the democrats in the states. now, for russia, this all sort of points to one thing that this is a monologue that is being one sided and essentially been taken over by western countries. we see how depressing the current state of affairs is in the o. s. c. there are all the signs of systemic degradation, and there are many reasons for this. one of the main ones is the u. s. and nato policy to contain russia. what they seems to me from being over the last few days is just this resistance movement. now, nato has absolutely categorically ruled out that it will say we won't allow ukraine to become a member of the alliance in the future. this has been
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a clear red line for russia. russia has said over and over it needs iron clad guarantees about this particular subject and also about its own security. and what these all suggests is that while they're all more talks heading into next week, again in vienna, that the bar at the moment for any concrete resolutions to be agreed on is so low, it's pretty much on the floor. alright, louis. thank you. find him also to come here on the program with archie international. could it be time to go for both jo, pride, british prime minister facing coles to quit as a scandal over on another lockdown party at number 10, gulf the government, that story animal. we're back in about one in ah,
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price fixing is the problem. if you want a free market, you've got to let the market be free. you can have half of the market free. and then half the market fixed. do you end up with the problem that we have today? ah
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ah, so it's good to have you with us today, a bereaved families you had to bury their loved ones during the height of the you case. first coke lockdown ultimately slammed an apology from prime minister boris johnson as quote, an insult. it's after he admitted in parliament that back then despite severe restrictions on gatherings, he attended a boozy bash at downing street. when i went into that garden, just after 6 on the 20th of may, 2020, i believed implicitly that this was a work event. well, may, 2020 was a bit of a challenging month for britain. much of the country was paralyzed by the 1st national, locked down in door meetings between households was strictly prohibited and a maximum of 2 people could meet outside in a public place. well,
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we spoke to one man who had to struggle with the issue of arranging his father's funeral, amid these locked on restrictions. this is about rules and about who the host applies to. this become abundantly clear that the prime minister thinks that they didn't apply to him at the same time, but i was at my father's funeral. he was taking part in a, bring your own booth party number 10 downing street. my dad's funeral, we were allowed to invite up to 5 people at the funeral. say that meant it was just myself and my 4 siblings that could attend. there is no physical contact there. we went lots of hug each other. even the vicar holding the ceremony wasn't allowed to shake hands or anything like that. and as soon as the ceremony was over, we all had to go back, came again. they were author issuing fines for people meeting outside people will be fined money for meeting up people being harassed by the police. if they hung around and parks that too long, and the ultimate question,
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half of the prime minister is, why does he believe that the rules that he helps create that he made didn't apply to him? johnson's state in excuse, has found a wave of means on line with some major companies. i ryan f, for example, among those posting mocking images. now look, it's not the 1st party gate scandal involving bars. johnson, the end of last year pictures emerged on line, allegedly showing him taking part in several social events at downing street during the 2020 lockdown. no surprise. all of this has certainly let the coals for johnson to step down. so ridiculous that is actually offensive to the pretty. yeah. see now going to do a decent thing. i reside in my judgement and all the evidence that seems to us in the face for the last few months. now, i think it's abundantly clear the bars johnson doesn't have an ounce of self decency. and him leading by example is really key element of thought. need to ship
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is clear. not only does bar as johnson not have bothered moral leadership at the moment, but there's no pathway for him to get back. and that's why as long as he remains prime minister, i think we're going to stay in a state of limbo in this country. and all to me is putting more people at risk when you say these words out loud, that the government has done everything they could to save lives. they little weight things, words that they can just hang. and the messaging throughout has been terrible. the following of the only points if you're inviting has been a patchy where they've gone again. biographic advice and the result has been nearly well over a 175000 desks now, which is deep, clean upsetting, telling tension to canada. now where people could soon be fined if they refuse to have a covert job of quebec is planning on becoming the 1st province in the country to punish the unaffected,
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noted the no job levy was proposed by the regions. premier who says it will be at least 50 to a 100 canadian dollars, adding though he thinks should be much higher. the controversial measure comes as canada as a whole registered a spike in cobra cases. so we hit the streets of quebec to find out what locals there. think about this new fine. i think it's unfair to just suggest it's the responsibility or the fault of those that are on vaccinated. this is coming after decades of neglect and a dysfunctional health care system in quebec. you know that often pits people against each other. instead of the government taking responsibility, what i've heard is there's different reason why you might not be vaccinated inside because you're against it. so taxing all of these people to me doesn't make any sense. i'm pretty sure it would be good if everybody can choose what they want to to, to do with the vaccination. and i'm pretty sure it would be better if everybody wouldn't be back in. but we can't force anybody to have the vaccine. quebec province is not
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the 1st place in the world to, should we say tax the and jobs in greece, the vaccine that have to come up an extra 100 years a month. and plans are a foot elsewhere in europe. for example, austria as modeling a tax or a fine, should we say over a 1000 euros a month, or actually as considering a monthly no job, fine of one and a half grand, political commentator anthony wherever we spoke to him, he actually says it's all a finger pointing ploy to distract attention from the mishandling of the crisis. they're not at all. i don't grade small. it's not something the majority of the worlds governments would consider the have to look at the contract because in quebec, they've had the resignation of market director of how they got a new one. and they're trying to find a state gates for their terrible big policy may well be trying
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to ask people to restart the backseat. and this protect primarily our back is just distracting attention from his own and miss management and the cabbage power. say on to agree for people who happen to have decided to not be vac, i'm sorry, he's shown pool leadership. he's faction that is our population is trying to book one section that population like ng some. but there is no medical justification for this decision or a tool, but a dallas gave more power to people lie. king. lots of people are
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very upset for canada, which seems to be a beacon of my to achieve afraid it is the opposite. electrostatic char, display of police in germany, are facing abusive power allegations. it's after they illegally access, the private data of german citizens collected through what through a cove it tracking app. you can imagine it sparked a wave of indignation these days it's just too easy to assemble a massive database of use a data. and the best intentions won't prevent it from being abused. you need to build technical privacy mechanisms into the system before the data exists. this needs amplification, beyond borders. everybody should uninstall lou crap immediately since the german police starts to use lou crap generated location, tracking information for their investigations. avoid being tracked against your will uninstall luca. now, on pricing absence, you are close to see the norm for people across here. when it comes to try to get
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on with daily life and lead culver 19. but the police here in germany, a faith claims that they broke data protection right. when it comes to one of the most downloaded applications on the market. luca logs, how much time a person spends at a ball restaurants, or any other event locking in by scanning a q r code on arrival and out when you leave the data or is encrypted and can only be accessed if the local health authority and the establishment all venue grant consent and then only the health authorities have access to the info. the idea being that it's then used to track cove 19 infections and who came into contact with the infected. now police in mines of used information gathered by de luca up as part of their investigation into the death of a man who fell after leaving a restaurant in the city. the details of 21 potential witnesses were made available
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to police officers. and it has caused worry for some politicians in germany to say that this could lead to confidence in contact tracing up to being undermined. we must not allow faith in digital apps, which are an important tool in the fight against coven 19 to disappear. he's a darn good, not 15 of this data is actually only allowed to used for pandemic controls. so that was the legal violation because they didn't use it to fight the pandemic. they used it for law enforcement, and that's actually illegal so far. the public prosecutor's office has also admitted that what happened was that the public prosecutor's office told the police, the public health department, winnie data, and the police and the innkeeper both used the key to unlock the data, which subsequently meant that the telephone numbers and addresses of the people who are locked in could be passed on to the police officer of the company behind the app. culture for life is criticized what it calls
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a misuse of information. almost every day we receive inquiries from the police. some public prosecutor's office about data from uses. we condemn this misuse of the data collected by the look up for infection protection. and welcome the announcement by the mains public prosecutor to raise awareness of the legal situation and to stop using the data. the luca ups contract to operate contact tracing is up for renewal in the near future. and some members of germany ruling coalition a far from convinced that it should be extended and fax their opening, telling people to put, install a use another service. uninstall the look app immediately and then immediately use the corona worn app as far as the warning and the follow up are concerned. the look app is dead. the worry is the data breaches like this one play into the hands of protest groups who have been raging against germany's coven restrictions. while
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a vast majority of the population support the measures that have been taken there. all a growing number of people attending the regular monday night demonstrations all across the country. and those demonstrations have at times turned into clashes between protesters and place mm it responds to the outcry from politicians to the case in mines. prosecutors there have apologized and said that they will use the data that they received. the local data protection authority is also said that they will be opening investigation into exactly how this information was obtained in the 1st place. peter all over all t, berlin, our normal time for this hours news cost, but many more stories to come. when we return at the top of
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ah, what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic and development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk more when i was showing wrong. when all schools just don't hold any world, an engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart,
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we choose to look for common ground.


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