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what has a report with in human falsehood to an stupidest see that's the most goes view of the relentless disinformation campaign by the u. s. establishment ahead of crucial security talks between the countries top diplomats on friday, a report claims form a pope benedict, the 16th failed to take action of allegations of sexual abuse among the clergy and the german city of munich and friday, a victim of sexual abuse by a priest says how church official to pick on concerns when he reported the incident . on 5th, the new tragedy and merge among to london is as plans to build a high rise next to the ill fated. grenville tower seemed to be following the same
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safety regulations. we spoke to a man who lost his family in the 2017 grenville fire. it's like, it will tell you, the old po fits before lives. i'd just call them up. when we lay up with a very well welcome h 9. i am here in moscow and this is our t international. great to have you with us. now i stopped top story this hour. the u. s. establishment is using baseless accusations on denying objective facts and its efforts to spin a false narrative against russia. that's the view of moscow's envoy to the us as the countries talk diplomats prepare for crucial security talks in geneva. washington continues to inflate a bubble based on unfounded allegations and still denies the facts about what is happening in ukraine calling these facts miss of russian propaganda. what's truly
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surprising is the scale of verbal interventions from americans ahead of talks in geneva. it seems the u. s. is preparing the ground to switch the discussion from security guarantees in europe to the notorious russian aggression against ukraine. let's get more details now from our senior correspondent, more and gas, the as he joins been a studio, thanks to coming in more at just talk us through these allegations coming from washington and why russia is concerned. while over the past 24 hours, washington has launch something of a of a p r offensive, or they, they've come out. and they've said that virtually are all the security concerns that russia has talked and talked about for 10 years for even longer than a decade. that all of that is, is fiction, they've come or they've come up with, with a list the various things. the rogers said that russia feels uncomfortable about who concerned about and explain why those points shouldn't be taken seriously.
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fiction rushes, deployment of combat forces is a mirror position of troops on his own. territory fact deployed more than a $100000.00 russian troops, including battle hardened corporate forces and offensive weaponry. with no plausible innocuous explanation to the borders of a country that russia has previously invaded and still occupies in places, is no mere troop rotation. it is a clear, renewed russia threats to ukraine sovereignty in territorial integrity. there is, of course, no mention of the fact that the russian troop buildup happen concurrently with the ukrainian to build up with the vast convoys of tags of artillery pieces, making their way towards the russian border towards easton ukraine, and the conflict lines. the conflict lines there, and the gist of that statement, for example, is that the united states is concerned with the russian troops moving inside russia . whereas russia's concern with troop from florida, from march,
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canada being sent half the world away, and stationed near russia. this is who you can understand where rushes coming from here. but there's a, there's a whole lot more where that came from. there are passages full of in human falls hit and stupidity, for example. they call fake moscow statement that the repositioning of russian troops and russian territory means repositioning of russian troops on russian territory. brilliant. what is there more hair lies or illiteracy? i do not even want to deal with it. i know one thing for sure. this could only be published by the ministry of truth. a similar situation would be russia coming out and hysterically condemning a united states to build up in texas for example. there was, there were many other points such as another one, a fiction, or russian fiction,
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is that nato is surrounding washer. and here they argue that, that, no, it isn't. russia's a huge country with, with $1414.00 neighbors that a chairs, landlord, the women, and only father those a native states. well, if we look back 20 years, there was only one. then there were 3, then there were 5, and now with the essential potential ascension of, of george and ukraine in the future. right, about half of russia's, lambert, neighbors would be natal member states. so how can, how can you argue that nato isn't surrounding russia when, when you have the numbers right there, there was also another, another russian fiction. the new wouldn't promised russia that nato wouldn't expand it eastwards. this is, this is an outright lie. this isn't in c, i and state department in european archives that yes they did. it's, it's in writing and a cia archives for example. then director of the cia director robert gates
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said the gorbachev's had been promised, had been led to believe that they wouldn't expect the switch. you had the james bake of the state department, the head of the state department, secretary of state back then as 3 times telling gorbachev's that they wouldn't move one inch eastwards. you had the then the of the then west german foreign minister and dietrich again, chip saying that nato shouldn't expand eastwards given assurances to russia. then the u. s. a saw that the in the event of germany re unifying that native wouldn't movies. you have this in writing, in writing these a archived, memos, cables, information and reports of conversations between, between leaders. nevertheless, there's, there's, as i say, much more in that list of rush infections, which a lot of questions about, including of course, an i channel that those that become a target hasn't. well, of course, western media has enjoyed the hegemonic for,
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for many, many years where state departmental, the british foreign officers talking points have been, i have been decimated to the public with, with little or no pushback from the media itself. the questioning zabel, we were a member, a column power waving around. vials are and talking about saddam's weapons of mass destruction. and here what they're especially concerned about is that russia now has a voice. a voice in english were in spanish, in different languages, with which they can speak to western voters. artie and sputnik serve as means for the kremlin to disseminate this information and propaganda narratives to audiences outside of russia to influence public opinion in foreign policy in favor of the kremlin political goals. a prevalent example is russia's use of artie and sputnik to attempt to change public opinions about
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ukraine in europe, the u. s. and as far away as latin america, which essentially says that the united states is concerned that russia can talk, but that russia has a voice in the, in the world. media is fit, for example, to, to push back against you as claims that the, the helping the ukrainian military defend itself when they're pumping it full of weapons. a country where you regularly every year have torchlight, neo nazi braids in the capitol. where, where the government awards and honors for my s s not c s. s, division veterans. so certainly there is a war of words happening and unfortunately many media outlets are also at the center of it. it's a lot, isn't it is a lot. and as they had in the taste, i'm heading to these that crucial talk today and let's hope for some kind of
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positive outcome anyway. but thanks to coming in and bring it up to speed. and i guess, yes and can we can reactions about those newly released reports from japanese unless pierre emanuel hammond and daniel mcadams. it's classic us government. they always want to drop a stink bomb in advance of any kind of negotiations. it's just their way of putting up a middle finger, you know, they're accusing a r t of representing a pro russia view as if the u. s. media in its entirety. the u. s. mainstream media represents the pro u. s. government, you not u. s. u. s. government view, they have no clue that the vast majority of americans can't stand american foreign policy. and so what is their, what is their, what is their conclusion? well, should we change our policy? no, let's don't let them watch things that challenge their perspective that challenge their narratives. united states sir, still want after vo over b port or the end of a code or the studio, or one to maintain you start use of
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a main or a superpower. on to promoter unit put our war where they can no defend, we are interest are all of a war and deny of a countries like russia or china to be your a course is not going to work because a rush on china not gonna accept this unit put our world on promoting murphy put our but to united states, trying to resist and by using proxies like your ukraine to recon, russia and well tensions either ukraine remain high russian foreign ministers there gala ross and u. s. secretary of state anthony blank and to meet in geneva in a couple of hours to discuss moscow's proposals for regional security guarantees. rather than voice like alarm roth has already arrived for the talks. the key topic is most guys demands that nato will stop expanding towards russia's borders,
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but the us and european nato states have repeatedly rejected that were proposal. auntie correspondent pizza oliver, takes a closer look at the international context of this meeting in geneva. the search for a diplomatic solution to the ongoing tensions between russia and nato. comes back here to the shores of lake geneva and the head of his meeting with russian foreign minister. sir galen rove, the u. s. secretary of state anthony blinking has been putting america's message to its partners directly before calling to switzerland. the u. s. foreign policy chief within lynn for full way talks with representatives of germany, france, and the united kingdom. russia is entitled to protect itself. the united states in europe are prepared to discuss russia, security concerns and how we can address them in a reciprocal way. while the secretary of state looked to protect one voice from the 4 nations that had taken part in the talks, as he gave those remarks alongside the german foreign minister,
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the french president, money will micron, told the european parliament earlier in the week that europe needs to come to its own arrangements with russia, parallel to those of nato and the united states. it's good that europeans and the united states are coordinating, but it's necessary for europeans to conduct their own dialogue. we should build as europeans, working with other europeans and nato. and then propose it for negotiation with russia before the trip to berlin, lincoln was in kiev with a message of peace and the promise of more weapons for ukraine. we continued to bolster ukraine's ability to defend itself and make clear the costs of the united states and europe will impose on moscow if it rejects the diplomatic craft that we've laid out. and proceed with an unwarranted unprovoked, unacceptable invasion or destabilization of ukraine. last week talks in geneva, brussels and vienna didn't get things much further along. on tuesday speaking,
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a moscow foreign minister said a gay love rove, said that russia wasn't interested in just holding meetings for the sake of having meetings. looters, it as a bush, unless we expressed concern about nature's policy of containment of the russian federation. and in that regard, we do attention in some detail to the initiatives that the russian side is taken to negotiate, credible, legally binding security guarantees. let me remind you that we have given such guarantees to the u. s. and members of the north atlantic alliance. we are waiting responses as we have been promised to these proposals in order to continue negotiations. it would seem that those responses were given as these talks a going ahead between this meeting being announced. and now there has been a lot of chatter about how nato, driven by the us should tackle russia with sanctions, including the possibility of cutting moscow off from the swift international payment system of from don't to run back in 2014. however,
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after much deliberation that particular plan does seem dead in the water. for now, it isn't expected to be a long conversation between foreign minister lap rovan, secretary of state blinking around an hour and a half or so. and they aren't going to sort out all of the problems that exist between russia and the west right now. but what they can do, what we really have to hope that they will do is lay the groundwork for a diplomatic way to put right. a relationship that has been delighted by miss trust . peter, all of a r, t in geneva, constance in gabriella. the head of the russian delegation for military security and arms control based in vienna, express his opinion on what to expect from the meeting. the milling minister rotan 2nd sibling can, will help to make it druggists in these negotiations, giving to evans to the ukraine. and it provokes conflict on the border
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board of visitors that are getting submitted in just on our mac can make all inside of this more than one according to our international obligations. busy in rate, ukraine, we don't need these now, didn't really make any problem again to to, to, to have negotiations positions before negotiations. i think they accusing blaming graphic never to think what can happen or have any report claims. former pope benedict, the 16th failed to take action in 4 cases of alleged sexual abuse or serving as archbishop of the german city of munich. and finding the study by a german law firm looks into the cases of abuse perpetrated in the period between
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945 and 2019. and how church officials handled them. according to the report, over 2 thirds of people investigated in connection with sexually abusive behavior, turned out to be priest. will report claims the former pope supported the investigations but denied any wrong doing in connection with the allegations. wilfred fessler says he was a victim of sex, abuse by the clergy during that period and talks about what he's been through someone. it happened in the summer of $979.00. i was 11 years old back then pastor act served as st. andrews church and when he left us and groups of people started attacking me, they knew i was one of the reasons he left. we moved to another district of the town and in 1999, i began to be affected by my experiences. i could not work, i had dizziness, i could not drive or simply go out of the house. my whole family was suffering because of that. i started visiting doctors to find out what the problem was. and
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finally i got to see a psychotherapist. i told him the whole story and he said i had been through a really traumatic experience that triggered memories of all the abuse. i had experience. when i saw the pastor munich, he was standing among other pastors smiling. i told myself, listen, paraphilias disease. so he'll most likely keep going. he did. well, it's by far not the 1st time. the senior catholic clergyman has been on the fire over alleged sexual abuse with humorous cases having been reported in other german cities island on france. wilford specimen says that after his letter, pope benedict change change some instructions on how clergy should punish those who sexually abuse minus. but festival in fits. it's taken church officials too long to take any measures to address the claims when i am feeble on file in 2006 in 2008, i sent an autonomous emails to the munich diocese. i wrote about my experiences with pastor acts when he was in s and they ignored my letter in 2006. so i try it
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again in 2008 when abuse victims were demanded compensation for the 1st time. they then described my letter as criminal blackmail, but it's clear that i hadn't been blackmailing the church. those officials who came to me realized i was a victim right away. they also realized they themselves had been used by the church . they were simply fooled by it. i was 1st of all concerned about justice because the pastor just went to another place when i was writing the letter. it was important to me to protect others and may 2010. i wrote to pope benedict. i told him my whole story on may 21st. i got a response saying the pope would take care of it and he really did. but as we have seen, it took 2530 years for a victim to open up and start talking about it at 4 and a half years after london deadly greenfield fire tragedy phase of a repeat have emerged among the public amid plans to build a new high rise in the area with us again, one of the only one set of fire escape stairs for its residence. ortiz shawnee edwards. dashti has a details in the shadows of the grunfeld tower. the tragedy that came the lives of
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72 plans are in place to build a new skyscraper twice the heights and just a few meters away. despite the public inquiry concluding the safety policy all the greenfields, howard failed. this new building is set to adhere to that failed policy, including the requirement for just a single escape staircase. we would, he knows that single staircase, krista k. she's all very difficult to use for fire fighting on the skype the same time. the whole situation is that the year, every becomes very crowded. you had to have a skype roots on the exterior building because namely could be natural even to like a church. the proposed high rise is designed to accommodate hundreds of households and would adopt similar policy. neville to care last 5, members of his family on the 14th of june, 2017. and that night residents were told to stay pert. i'm very concerned the fact
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that it's once the case of staples is also destroying to include sleep for. why haven't they still learnt or from the previous, you know, do we want to go straight and supply me? i'm making them learn for mom of sakes. we shouldn't do though. the government is currently reviewing the provision of escape routes and building regulations. while the local council insists resident safety comes fast, the safety of our residence is our number one priority. we took a tough line with developers to ensure that anything they build is fully compliant with all safety and other regulations as a minimum. and the local people are fully consulted. we are aware of this development and we will be providing a response to the planning consultation. while new homes can no longer be caught in combustible material, like that, which calls flames to shoot up the grunfeld tower. the government is still yet to remove, cutting thousands of tar blocks in the u. k. and unlike to do so,
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before 2025, the survivors and the bereaved erecting another high rise building wall lessons haven't been learned is unforgivable. we still haven't finished with the inquiry full, so the proposal to be given or even new laws or recommendations or whatever it is, it's like is if we carry a non profits before lives, i'm just calling happen. when will they ever learn the still nothing is be learned . they say lightning doesn't strike twice. but is this really the place to build a tower and with questionable safety precautions as the community is still in morning under waiting justice. charter edwards dusty. archie london, well, reports outside the northern serious they a terrorist attack by the islamic state group has enabled over a dozen prisoners to escape a detention facility as a comp on was detonated just outside local corresponded mohammed ali reports from
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syria. the incident happened day when a he was last with heard around the, the live where on prison, which is also known as a left in oper than a governor rate, which turned out to be an attack by a sleeper sofa dice using a car bomb. they tried to attack the prison classes were reported over there between to dash terrorists attacking from the outside. and the guards of the prison affiliated, of course, would be so called through a democratic care forces. also the reports or they're coming out of that area to just that just from the u. s. coalition carried out stories over the area over there, and also choppers were engaged and open gunfire around and in the facility. the prison. according to curtis media outlets about 20 dashed prisoners were able to escape. and according to the coordination and military operation center of the
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democrats forces, they said that currently engaged in operation to retake control entirely of the prison. and also search operation are currently underway. and the neighborhoods around way around and has in order to attract those who escaped re app se participants off the pro, trump rally that descended into chaos on capitol hill on january the stake last year is set the questioning with the committee, investigating the events, although hundreds have been detained, the eps has become a person of particular interest to the public. the allegations he has links to the f b i. he was caught on camera before and on the day of the protest, inciting people to quote, go in for the capitol was put on the f. b i's most wanted list in connection with the incidence, but was later removed. he then became the focus
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a conspiracy theory that the f, b i was allegedly involved in inciting the chaos. will apps as adamant he denied having links with the f b. i at me while the federal agency has been rather quiet about the issue under intense questioning. it tersely acknowledged the man but declined to further commands. who has re ups? i'm aware of the individual, sir. i don't have the specific background to him. on the night of january 5th, 2021 eps wandered around the crowd that had gathered. and there's video out there. it had channing to borrow. we need to get into the capital end of the capital. this was strange behavior, so strange that the crowd began chanting fed, bad, bad, bad, bad, bad. miss sanborn was re ups or fed, sir, i cannot answer that question. we spoke to bruce marx, he was a republican member of the pennsylvania state senate. he thinks it's too early to
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dismiss, fed man conspiracy. if i could have determined that he wasn't involved to do that, he did nothing wrong. the 2nd answer is that he did something wrong, but he's cooperating. and therefore, they don't need him to be on the list. and then the 3rd answer is of course that he could have been an f, b i, informant. and that whoever put him on the list didn't realize it at the time. and then once they realized that he was an f b i, informant, they removed him from the list right now that, that's just speculation. but it's possible the f b, i has used infiltrators in the past that joined organizations and, and encouraged legal activity. and i think it's a matter of concern, and that's why it's really important for the f, b i and the department of justice to explain to the public whether mister epps was acting on behalf of the government or that it wasn't.
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sci has shed light on a recent conundrum in diplomacy. many reported case of the mysterious neurological affliction known as havana singe. right. and the latest findings rule out involvement by foreign actors such as russia. in the majority of cases, the health incidents both came to light in 2016 reported by u. s embassy personnel in the cuban campus. so some of the complaints were lacey made by us employees that other facilities around the world of honest syndrome plotted by russians. apparently not ca, rules out foreign attacks after probing for a year. we assess, it is unlikely that a foreign actor, including russia, is conducting a sustained worldwide campaign, harming us personnel with a weapon or mechanism. mysterious illnesses have been targeting us officials abroad since 2017, causing hearing unexplained sounds, headache, and nausea. attacks of an invisible enemy, secret microwave weapons,
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cricket mating noises. majority of cases turn out to lead caused by medical, environmental, and technical factors. time to close the case. think again, with 2 dozen unexplained cases. there's still room for conspiracy theories. when they were dotty, we love to hear your thoughts on, on stories. they do get in touch by following us on social media and leaving your comments back back in about 30 minutes with with the move all you move over the simplest possible form when everything got started and all that needed to be done with it before actually. and
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