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the moral authority, the made america later sacrificed for the shimmer of effective interrogation. ah, it is breaking news this our live on our team international as an allied peacekeeping mission and catholics dawn comes to an end as the situation in the country stabilizes that it's a fight much speculation in the west that the russian contention would never leave . also ahead in this program, when i went into that garden just after 6 on the 28th of may, 2020, i believed implicitly that this was a work event of british families are outraged by boris johnson's apology. after he admits attending a downing street party during the u. k. 2020 national lockdown. and here on the program, we speak to one man who had to bury his father during that period. at the same time that i was at my father's funeral, he was taking on
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a bring your own views party. why does he believe that the rules that he out create that he made didn't apply to him? also have the job will pick up the tab a canada is a quebec province is planning to punish the unvaccinated with a special fine locals that tell us what they think. i think it's unfair to just suggest it's the responsibility or the fall to those that are on vaccinated. we can't force anybody to have with it. it's breaking news for you. this our here live on our t international. it looks like isaac st on is coming, and president putin is already making comments. well, the allied a peacekeeping mission in kazakhstan, is winding down with troops handing over their duties to local counterparts. the soldiers, as we understand, are now preparing to leave. the country had been there for a week off. the authorities requested help with an anti terror operation launched
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amid deadly on rest. and after what has been called a successful operation rush as president has said, it's time to go home. me, it's a story. it is obvious that people who've been protesting for a gas price reduction, and those who've been fighting with the armed forces for several days with weapons in the hands surrounding them in places of deployment, are completely different people. they have different goals. the fact that with the help of the c s t o, it was possible to restore the situation is very important to this is the 1st such operation of the c s t o k. to allow cassock st on to solve it socio economic issues. and it calm dialogue with the people in general, we need to go home. we've completed our task. all right, let's learn more on the programmatic nicky air and joining us here for the latest on this breaking news. so a lot of the guys involved are those involved with the c s t o they're calling this mission completed g. think they have honestly accomplish their mission less than a week after they were deployed to can't extend the c s t trips will begin their
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withdrawal today with catholic sand now in a much more stable position than it was a week ago. i t infrastructure has been secured, according to the russian defense minister stake actually gave a report it to president putin. he'll says that as soon as she's in today, the situation is stable. we are working in full cooperation. we have approved a decision on the phased withdrawal and returning of infrastructure back to cause it's dawn mission to day. we start to withdraw. and furthermore, within 5 days as the infrastructure is transferred, the withdrawal will continue and we plan to complete it on the 19th. now, until the 19th, when those final trips will leave contracts down the state of emergency and contracts down a will remain in place. understandably, the country is still in a state of shock. its been through so much in such a short amount of time to 2 weeks is that there for the time frame. so now the peacekeepers are planning that to leave the country. it's also become very apparent
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at the evolution at this c s t o, which previously was just considered to be a mouthpiece now it's shown can be very effective. they can be very helpful president of the context on a leader. he expresses gratitude to the frame what 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. now lead us to say it's been absolutely extraordinary thought to the full context on a relatively peaceful country. that within the space of a week, went from normal daily life to absolute chaos. across the entire country, we saw mass riots. we saw government buildings ransacked and set on fire. the entire country with an estate to the emergency. exact number of faith policies is
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still being calculated, though it said that over a 1000 people have been injured over a 100 have been killed and more than a 1000 police officers injured. and 16 killed all efforts within those 1st few days by presidents a kind of to come the street because weren't working, he needed to call on the c s t a framework to help secure these vital infrastructure in the country when it comes to the all members of the c s t o basically getting involved for the from the request of, of the contact leader in essentially functioning like nato, where 11 member of the family calls for help from the other members of the family. this is the c s t o, but when it became clear that russia was going to step in and help cuz it's on the senior diplomat in america, secretary blank and he said, you've got to look out with the russians once they get into your house. but you can't get them out. house out looking at how has russia now secured a foothold, according to the west and catholic stone, was such an intense light as soon as it was revealed that russia was part of this
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frame, the work that would be entering this foreign country. no alarm bells were ringing around the well, that was these sensationalize headlines in things such as putin sees is on crises. so it's unfortunate that russia throwing its context on with these other countries who were hardly mentioned in the news pieces was looked upon that way. not just by the mainstream media, but also 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, such harsh comments like that always invite some kind of response and russia did respond early today in fox, the deputy foreign minister, sick, a rap called that, that the us, his reaction was self revealing. he said it confirmed russia's worst assumptions about washington's intentions. in eurasia, so you know, politics aside, it is going to be very interesting. we're going to be closely watching what happens in times like sound. also the troops leave on the 19th. and let's just hope that
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things can get back to normal, to a very stable way. of life for people in public. the latest on this breaking news her. she's nicky, aaron. thank you. ah. so the world's largest security body, the ofc has warned the highest risk of war in 30 years. and the organization for security and cooperation in europe is meeting in austria, hoping to ease tensions on the ukrainian border. will learn more about us right now for life. why correspondent artes at charlotte do? was he good to see you, lottie? lots of diplomatic talk in vienna. right now, what key points have been made so far? well, we've just been listening to the press conference of the russian representative to the o se this is alexander lucas ship. it shoe has been talking about what he made of that meeting of the 57 members in vienna. i'm some the main points that he put forward is that there was a lack of listening from the u. s. e to day saying that it was too focused on its
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own concerns and not on the so called aggression or russia against you. cray, not particularly interested, it seemed apparently from his point of view for those discussions to take place within that form at despite what we heard from the chair earlier on thursday, he said, european security depends on russia and the united states. and he said that that dialogue has to continue to play a role. and he also talked about the need for agreement on key issues. key issues that have been discussed throughout the week in a number of formats he went on to talk about. and what he said was nato's position, ne, to his as turned round this week and said, it still position is always one of a defensive organization. it's not a threatening organization, it's not a threat to russia. he saw that very differently saying that actually it was not
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the case in nature's expansion, particularly expansion into former soviet european countries. since 1997 has been inside something that has essentially become a threat, a threat for russian security. he also talked about the russian proposals that who were made back in december, which were discussed in detail again this week at russia's red lines on several issues including that nato expansion. and he said, you know, we have to agree that this has to be addressed, or they could be catastrophic consequences. so, huge amount coming out from the russian representative about that meeting today. and also criticism of the o. s. c e, which he said had essentially been taken over with the u. s. and need to really pushing their concerns that majority ideas over i. he also had some concerns about
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some of the infrastructure within the o. s. c, e. so i some criticism of that format, or which the chair of the recei it said earlier on thursday was a neutral space for discussion, where these issues could be addressed. these issues of security and the tensions particularly over eastern europe could be addressed. he talked about as the issues at the moment and raised concern that what is happening in eastern europe at the moment 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 where the current polish chair of the o a c e. o. so said the issues at the moment really come from a very different interpretation over the regulations and of security in
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europe. i believe that all restore options are in the v o c area result in the 1st price for all the different understanding of european security. now the chair, very see was quite clear about not pointing the finger at any particular country during his press conference, and that is remarkably different from what we have heard this week. coming out from the usa and nato, following their talks with russia in geneva. and then in brussels, we heard from both the under secretary of state for the united states, and also from the secretary general of nato, that russia is the aggressor at the moment. it's being aggressive towards ukraine. it's amassing these troops on the board and it is set and ready for an invasion. as
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soon as the snow melts at that is something that has been repeatedly denied by russia and russia continues to ask for assurances in regards to the security situation for it own country. and that it says depends very heavily on the future over membership of countries like ukraine and ga, of nato, something it says can never ever happens and it wants these secure guarantees. these the legal guarantees that that won't happen. and for the assurances for its own security in the future. and despite the fact that we've had our this rejection from russia, that it is about to invade ukraine, there is still this discussion of crippling threats, economic threats of sanctions against russia that were discussed by the u. s. and discussed by nato not just by them. we've now seen that those list of possible economic sanctions have just been unveiled in the u. s. senate by the democrats. so
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really, it shows you how tense things just are at the moment. and russia is essentially said that it feels as if there was a monologue coming from the one site here. and we know that ukraine is a red line. nita says it's not willing to discuss that. it won't even put it on the table. of course, this discussions on thursday in vienna, not the last set of discussions. there are further talks due to be held next week. but really it does seem as if there is a huge amount of a lack of optimism and the ball leading into those talks. next week has been set very, very low indeed. in regards to break through our lottie. thank you. ah bereaved families who had to bury their loved ones during the height of the you case 1st cove. it locked down, have slammed an apology from prime minister boris johnson. as quote,
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an insult that's after he admitted in parliament that back then despite severe restrictions on gatherings, he attended a boozy bash, downing street and senior tories have since been piling pressure on the prime minister with some even calling for him to resign. train service here and he said he was, i don't think he can continue to the concert a parking playing minister asking people to follow the rules again until his government repeated. when i went into that garden, just after 6 on the 28th of may, 2020, i believed implicitly that this was a work event back in may. 2020 was a pretty challenging month for britain. much of the country was paralyzed by the 1st national lockdown. in door meetings between households was strictly prohibited and a maximum of 2 people could meet outside in a public place. we spoke to one man who struggled to arrange his father's funeral amid these nationwide restrictions. this is about rules and about who the host
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applies to. does 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 god gene will be allowed to invite up to 5 people at the geno. 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 fireman a 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, half of the prime minister is, why does he believe that the rules that he helps create that he made didn't apply
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to him? or johnson's stated excuse has popped a wave of means on line. some major companies, for example, like ryan air among those posting, mocking images. that was not the 1st party good scandal involving boris johnson. the end of last year pictures emerged on line, allegedly showing him taking part at several social events at downing street during the vast 2020 lockdown. well, all of this has let the coals with johnson to stand down. so ridiculous that is actually offensive to the press. you see now going to do the decent thing and resign. how stupid does the prime minister think the british people are right now? he's making fools of every single empty it him earlier? well, the prime minister finally do the decent thing. i'm resign or historian. peace be forced to show him the door issue for once kind of primers for do the honorable
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thing and resign. 79 percent of people in school on think that play medical should step down and eventually you can do, you know, as, go with the story because he's being cool. there any most resides in my judgment, on all the evidence that's concerned in the face for the last few months. now, i think it's abundantly clear that bars johnson doesn't have an ounce of self decency in him. leading by example, as a really key element of thought leadership is clear and not only this bar strong and not have moral leadership at the moment, but there's no pathway for him to get back. and that's why, for as long as he remains prime minister, i think we're going to stay in a state of limbo in this country and ultimately is putting more people at risk when you say this, where it's outlined that the government has done everything they could to save lives, the so little weights, these words that they can just hang and yeah,
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the messaging throughout has been terrible. the following of the own scientific voices has been best patchy. and at worst, they've gone against scientific advice. and the result has been nearly about a $175000.00 dust now, which is deeply upsetting, or to canada now where people could soon be fined if they refuse to, have coven job of quebec is planning on becoming the 1st province in the country to impose a so called tax on the unvaccinated. now the whole no job fine was proposed by the regents premier who says it will be at least 5200 canadian bucks, adding those are things that should be much higher. the controversial measure comes as canada as a whole. richards with a spike and cove it and we ask people in quebec what they think of this new fine. i think it's unfair to just suggest it's the responsibility or the fall to those that
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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 do with the vaccination, and i'm pretty sure it would be better if everybody will be in. but we can't force anybody to have the vaccine. back problems is not the 1st place in the world to punish the and jabbed in greece, the unvaccinated have to cough up an extra 100 years a month. and plans are a foot elsewhere in europe. meantime, austria mulling over a fine of over a 1000 euros a month. well, italy is considering a monthly no job, fine of one and a half 1000. a political comment to anthony web a. he told us he thinks it's all
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a finger pointing ploy to distract from the mishandling of the crisis. not at all, not reasonable. not some very new jersey, the wells. governments would consider the have to look at the contract because in quebec, they've had the resignation of their medical director how they got a new one and they're trying to find a state gates for their terrible big policy may well be that they're trying to stay when people are driving me, started back, seeing this project primarily or to go back is just distracting attention from is own mess managed for instance, policy on to a great for people who happen to have decided to not be vaccinated.
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so you a shout and pool leadership. these are attached to a faction is our population is trying to book one section of the population like gangs. but there is no medical justification pool this decision tool. but a dallas gave more power to people lie. king. lots of people are very upset for canada, which she should be a beacon of my to achieve. afraid it is the opposite. electro display. ah, so cove infection rates are apparently on the rise again in russia and even topping the previous records set last month. so the situation is helping debated as a gathering of key officials right here at moscow. let's go live now. learning more about the respondent robot culture ref with detail to roman. can you take us
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through the key messages being sent out? well, we are right now at the guide. our 4 of my here in moscow is an annual events. and well, this forum is a usually dedicated to the well being and all to the lives of russia citizens. and it's not different this time around the either the or a 2 day event is focusing on economy on the medicine, a college education and digitalization and the other issues as well. well, or the latest the surgeon cove infections. oh, of course on the top of the agenda here are 2 are with you on the chron, the variance of dominating and many of the discussion say, here, adjuster, on on wednesday, received the new numbers of those infected here in russia, and they're above 21. a 1000 them, according to the medical professionals here in russia, those numbers are, will remain high in the time to come. now,
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the chief of physicians from our moscow's at main infections, the clinic, denise brooks brooks ankle, while a he a warrant that despite the use variance less lethal nature, the people should still be very vigilant. let's have a listen. variety to choose sort of sources of some sort of 30. the number of new cases does not really matter. now, we are in touch with our west and colleagues, and we can see prevalence rates of the virus abroad in the us in europe. all the full waves which have already swept through the world show that russia will not avoid the same challenge. we have already started to get prepared for that in 2021 than any of you. we deployed many beds for the last 2 years. our doctors have been on constant alert, working non stop before it doesn't mean that we can let our guard down because our microns prevalence rate is considerably greater than deltas one. we are grateful to all those who wear masks in the right manner. i urge you to keep following the same tactics where and regularly change mosques get vaccinated. now, according to the world health organization of the on the chrome variance will
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affect at least half off by euro's population. and our russian officials here also echoed that statement, saying that the variance is being discovered is that most, most of the new cases of those i infected. now, moscow and moscow region is one of the most effective areas here in russia and various companies already taken measures to prevent their employees from getting sick from getting infected. and they're sending them to work from home. something that had already happened here in moscow before and they hope it will help stop the spread off the very end. i don't to, to romantic cause a ref. thank you. well, it made a record high us inflation supermarkets in the country and are struggling to fill the shelves with disgruntled shop is making a clear whom they blame,
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posting images online with a hash tag, bash shelves, biden soup marcus themselves, citing a number of reasons for the shortage, anything from alma crohn to bad went to whether to the bottom line of disrupted supply chains. not president joe biden. those seem to think that that problem in particular, as long since been solved couple of months ago, we heard a lot of dire warranties about supply chain problems, leading to a crisis around the holidays. thanksgiving and christmas react brought together business and labor to solve the problems. much predictor crisis didn't occur. grinch did not steal christmas. we know all, almost 70 percent of all americans say economic problems, all that biggest worry right now. so we asked us shop what is the situation is hurting them. i'm no longer able to get everything on my grocery list when i come.
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sometimes i have to go to 2 or 3 different stores to find something i'm out of just like, oh this is, this is a lot higher than what i normally day and inflation higher than it used to be in our president is not handling it that way you really sure. i think president biden's just sitting back letting things happen. and president trump made things happen. so you know, it's 2 different kind of presidents right there. and it really shows right now as you can on that situation can continues to bite. so to does coven, i mean, teacher shortages, some educators being made to work even after testing positive? one teacher in san francisco told us that colleagues are being told to return just 5 days after that. they were saying that if you are koby positive, you have 5 days off and then you test and then there's been some debate around if you're a symptomatic, should you return?
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and we're saying no, because you could still be contagious. and i had one brian macklin saying, she's not in our school district, but she ran out of 60 because they're not paying for our 50. and she had cobra and she felt better. and then she felt she had to return to school in the us. we have to pay for on substitute once we went out of $6.00 days so that can cut your salary and half. so i think they're making teachers make very difficult decisions. ready because we don't have paid typically for cobit i, you know, of course wouldn't come here with me if i was co cobra positive, but it's just, it's very frustrating when you're not, you're not given the 6 days to stay home when you, when you do have it complaints from teachers also include overwork due to shortages, a lack of adequate p, p e, and difficulties accessing cobra testing. but president biden, who campaign on a promise to reopen classrooms says there's no reason to keep schools closed. our guests told us that opening now though means class is being divided. some parents
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don't want to put their kids at risk right now, and here's what it looks like. i walk into my passion yesterday and half of the room is here. half of the room is at home because they're waiting for testing results. everyone hates online learning. teachers heated students hate it. but at this point, this is, this is unsustainable. what we're doing now, especially i teach mathematics. it's very deceptive because the concepts build on one another. so they're missing days in class because they're waiting for test results or they have co writs then they're, it's hard for them to catch up. so we need daily rapid test so that we can come back to work, and we need daily wrapper tests so that students can come back to school. you can read more about the whole debate on coded online, the op ed section of r t dot com is where we try to question. thanks for joining us here. one ot your program continues at the top of the ah
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of the st. very. you could say historically distinct seeks fixes within our psycho physical makeup rendered us pretty dangerous to ourselves, to the to the planet. while our officers are facing an increasingly dangerous environment, we are seeing a growing debate about so called warrior cops. the term that i've heard in the militarization of police. this is an app vehicle we acquired through the 1030 program and very free program with the government program that follows military property. that is no longer you feel the law enforcement building an army over here and i can't believe people. i see those thing an agency elder with a feeling that ahead you have to deal with.


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