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will go to the contact group almost like as, as per the decision of the normandy format. it's up to the contact group to discuss a settlement directly between key if and lou. hans can don ask and if he says he doesn't want to talk to don ed score lou, hans, well, it's not good. it's bad for you growing sulkily, but as bad for the internal ukrainian crisis. as far as relations with russia are concerned, if he has anything to say, if he has any ideas about, you know, the steps that were so damaging to our relations, then were willing to discuss their to have a look at that. you, joe, if you did my house, you know, any mean from monosyllables, please refer to the counter grab. and you know, one of you and another thing i would like to clarify, what about our diplomat? i would gone evacuee age, our diplomatic staff from ki, if we were discussing this psychos is that is fueled in ukraine. you with your okay
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. i mean, it has been instigated by the by freight bitten by the european, by the united states and by some european countries in the part of this tyria are those declarations let every one needs to leave ukraine in the citizens that are in ukraine for their own business and the diplomat, they're all being called to leave this country when the families, et cetera. and the staff doesn't mean he's been called to leave ukraine. we cannot turn a blind eye to this a. well, if they do this, even me, the koreans did not ask them to do so. maybe these countries have some ideas. what on what about what would happened? what will happen? well, mr. la rob, this happened right after you said something from mister blinking and your meeting, what was it that you told him or showed him so that when he returned, he said that there is a need to their kid of america. tough. what was that?
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well, no, mr. benedict of my research issue didn't i didn't say anything to him. what would you do when we had a personal meeting after this his he told me, well, if something happens well, then there will be, it's less than an hour room surf so. well, that was awkward for me. that's what i told him. so that's how i, i responded so i can assure you that we discussed the only thing the security guarantees. and then i said the situation with our diplomatic missions, which is completely unacceptable. so in a couple of weeks we will have another meeting between the specialists. so i can assure you that there are no threats and there were no threats,
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but we cannot leave everything without an analysis. so we do. we're trying to analyze what is behind the actions. thank you. thank you so much to your colleagues. thanks a lot worse. we're okay, you're watching out international that was 90 minutes with so again, of rav talking to a number of editors from moscow base media and finishing up pretty much where we started off with those concerns. widespread and claims that rushes about to go to war, overt ukraine, and the foreign minister largely reiterating and reasserting russia's position. the it's certainly doesn't want to go to war right now. but also outlining rushes concerns to which, depending on where you get your news from of goals, especially if you're in a lot of western countries doesn't generate many minutes or column inches. so he spoke at length there he did say bit of optimism about talks that are ongoing. but did say that the u. s. response. diplomatic, the nato response. embarrassing. so a number of topics were covered in the past, 90 minutes,
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but largely focused on ukraine and as ever, if it's a foreign minister, the diplomatic language will get poured over. we're the same. so we'll bring you more on mass later on in the program. a full hour of news, i had those still here on our t international next hour headlines. stories for you this friday. the bad news keeps building for boris johnson late emails suggest the british prime minister prioritized pets over people. during last summer's withdrawal from afghanistan or thousands of british citizens and allies couldn't get out of the country. the p. m had previously dismissed the claims as nonsense. this whole thing is, is, is total revoke. it was an amazing thing to, to move 15000 people out of co, bowden in the way that we did. i thought it was also additionally a very good that we were able to help those bits. so the question now is, did the prime minister actually authorize pen palding's animals to get out of the country via a private chart to flight?
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according to these leagues, a mouse was involving virgin atlantic and the prime minister's top parliamentary aid, she told the allied that she could actually secure a plane to evacuate these animals from koppel and they were actually backed by a bar, is chosen the prime minister, uneven fost tracks now foss trucks being a key line in that email because it suggests that she could get a plane in and out of the country at a time when it was nigh on impossible. now, number 10 denies one of these claims as does boris johnson, he calls it title nonsense that does the story really adds, ah, the prime minister's biggest critics are saying that his story doesn't adopt the tool. boris johnson is unable to make the serious decisions that are needed. in this case, people were fleeing in terror as the taliban took over kabul and british forces were putting their lives at risk. the prime minister was once again prioritizing the wrong things and making the wrong calls. this deming revelation shows that
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boris johnson has once again repeatedly lied to the british people. this is not a man who is fit for office at the time back in august of last year, the prime minister and then foreign secretary. they would know it to be seen. both of them were away on holiday leaving junior ministers and journals. it's junior civil 7th to pick up the pieces and deal with the crisis. the government has repeatedly been severely criticized and condemned for how it reacted when thousands of desperate people in afghanistan was scrambling to get out of the country. so how has all of this come up now? well, right now, those currently an investigation inquiry into how the government handle the crisis in afghanistan. but of course, it comes visa, the other investigations that burse johnson is embroiled in, particularly the suv gray investigation. and the police investigation into allegations of downing street parties throughout the pandemic. meanwhile, in the poles, we see labor skipping ahead of the conservatives quite comfortably. now, plus,
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though, there are some serious concerns and serious worries at all of these scandals upon scandals. abhorrence jones is finding himself and may affect the tories comfortable majorities. what they're trying to now do is deter. 8 tore back benches from submitting these letters of no confidence in the prime minister as rumor has it. there are almost enough of those that is being submitted that could actually trigger a leadership context all in all really what they're saying viruses back is basically telling tory back benches. you must now back the prime minister because if far as johnson goes down, we'll well, a former british army officer and i have campbell veteran. trevor colts believes the number, tense latest scandal is just a distraction from the bigger issues. i think this is a bit of a smoke screen right now. we've got to remember that there's a lot of stories going around. a boat president, putin on a boat, my own prime minister vs president. this is a smokescreen to try to hide what's happening. we need to start looking at the
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proper news. yes. that you told me that the minutes are getting on like, like rock whiners as it yes, we know have something to write about. we've not got something there to, to replace party. you know, we don't, we're throwing the stupid stories which don't have any credit whatsoever. right. and i, i do believe that the main thing that we should be doing is trying to preserve life . and there is a possible conflict between both the russia on the u. k. we should be talking about top robin cats and dogs. we are going to lose pretty shoulders on russian blood spelt and ukrainian border, and that's where we should because maybe a diplomatic, rather military strike. so let's forget about cats and dogs, embarrass johnson and party, get the rest of the which let's concentrate on trying to ship lives and stop people from being killed. and assessment worth being a brown, muslim, asian boy does not make you a terrorist. that's what the mother of an 11 year old boy has said after her son was referred to the u. k. counter terrorism program called prevent. it came after
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a fellow pupil accused him of saying that he wished his school would burn down during fire drills. the case was closed and the investigation found no evidence that the school boy was in contact with or supported any extremist group. however, the boys details were added to the counter terror policing database, which is mother said she had to fight hard for them to be removed. we spoke to the director of the campaign group that helps people impacted by the counter terrorism scheme. kind of a smear on your reputation, even if nothing came of that site, somebody suspected this child of being a potential future terrorist. so that in and of itself can be quite damaging. there was a court case which revealed that there were 10 at least 10 police databases that the child's information was stored on. so you can imagine what the implications are. i mean, i'm not sure how the police or the home of this can justify having an innocent child's information on their database with regards to the psychological impacts. what we
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see will allow the families is that if the child is old enough to understand, make usually in the last years of primary school will be in the secondary school, then it can be really disturbing for them. i mean one child, the parents actually had to arrange for counseling sessions for him because they were so worried about how he had internalized what happens him in terms of being with that to prevent just to give you some more context here, prevented the counter terrorism program introduced by the u. k. government. it focuses on preventing vulnerable people from being drawn into extreme. as of now, anyone can refer someone to the scheme of almost 5000 referrals were made in england and wales between april 2020 and march. last year. a fritz by the british government insists that all the data in the prevent program is confidential and it's only held temporarily early removal as possible, but only were deemed appropriate, but prevent watch claims. the whole scheme is discriminatory. we know that these are more likely to be muslims. it's more likely that the muslim child or from adult
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will be referred to prevent in the 1st place. and therefore, it's more likely that them control them from adult will have their names stored on the prevent database. so it makes sense that if you have more muscle going in the fast paced and you're certainly going to have more muslims within the prevent database. the reason why, well, firstly, prevent in and of itself is highly discriminatory and it was designed for muslims. it was actually design post $911.00. right, specifically for the mac and community. so there's no reason why it still wouldn't disproportionately target the community. and also it relies on people trusting their like instinct caps into a lot of unconscious bias. even so even people who think i'm not racist, it's tapping into their bias casino. even if he suspects something is strange just for her to prevent and offices with the older, you don't have to worry rather be safe than sorry. now i'm at a rapid spread of another wave of covert infections in russia university here restarting clinical trials, all the new vaccine. but unlike the conventional ones that are administered with
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a needle, this one is a nasal spray, though it's based on the existing sputnik v vaccine. and it's hope that it could be on the market as early as this spring. danny armstrong has more details. session of university here in moscow, we'll see some 300 volunteers take part in the 1st clinical trials. if the nasal vaccine it will take around 2 or 3 months for those tests to pass. and after another 3 or 4 months, it should be launched into public use. now officials and experts say it should provide the final piece of the jigsaw in protection against the only cron very. and these will vaccine is needed in order to prevent people been infected by the highly contagious or micro variant. if we had it right now, we would spray everyone with the nasal vaccine, so they don't get infected. now a vaccine sprayed up, the nose may sound odd, but recent research undertaken at yale university shows this novel, unconventional method could have a higher effectiveness against respiratory viruses than injections. we found that
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local mucosal immunity that's established by intern nasal vaccination, alyssa, it's a much more robust and cross reactive cross protective immunity than a conventional vaccine that uses intramuscular injection. quick and painless book. don't take our word for it. for as an am, vladimir putin has already tried out the nasal vaccine in its experimental stages. back in november, i sprayed one and then the other. i sat there for 15 minutes and it was all over. i felt nothing simply, nothing just now. the sputnik vaccine has shown to be twice as effective as the phase of vaccine against the on micron varian and experts are hoping that the nasal spray will have the same rates of effectiveness against that strand of cobit 19. now the expectations of experts in this nasal spray vaccine have yet to be proven. it will, of course, come as encouraging news to people in russia where in moscow alone, the record for daily cove infection rates has twice been broken in january. but
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with this, a new barrier against that, or mcclung barion, it could mean that russia strengthens, is already world leading defense against the, on the kron varian, danny armstrong, moscow r t k. so i had for you in this whole news, our from r t, this friday giving new meaning to swiping left. all right. and you tend to start election apples. got france in a flap. it's supposed to match, make voters and presidential hopefuls. instead, it's accused of having an unfair crush on one particular candidate, and it's our next story when we come back ah, and i make no borders line to nationalities. and
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you guys as a merge, we don't have with the we don't to look back. see the whole world leads to take action and be ready. people are judgment, common crisis with we can do better, we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way, but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is great. the response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes us feel very proud that we're in it together with there may oh yeah, we should all be mayor. may, we should all be angry because of what's going on. right. can't understand united states history, understand the role that slavery play is already very formal institution. by the
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time united states became a nation, it actually define the nation. the rise of capitalism was clearly on the backs of flight and the slaved efforts. if you hit the skis, lynching said a great extent, you believe that really having the country and the country still stands in brick. i'm from the south. everybody. i know. know what their failure to some extent, i would argue that we're still fighting the civil war. in the south is winning when i was showing wrong, when i just don't a whole new world yet to see how this thing becomes the advocate, an engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds
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apart, we choose to look so common ground. ah, hello again. favorite election fraud. alarm bells, a big sounded and frogs all over a new app that's designed to match photos with candidates for the upcoming presidential election. that thing is the country's data bought stock. now looking into claims that the system not only violates privacy laws, but it's also favoring president back from charlotte to penske. he's been investigating how to vote in the upcoming french presidential election in april. it's a question that many people here are currently asking themselves. however, not so much for young voters who seem to have decided not to vote to tool why i, i think the current candidates are too narrow in their interests is we are a bit lost when it comes to politics. we don't really know what it is. it bomb q,
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i get the impression that the choice is limited. this year, we are limited to a spectrum that has simmer in the far right at one end in micron who promises many things, but doesn't fulfill his promises at the other. don't worry, hey, to save the day, is the new app a lease created by steven being billed? who's the type of tin differ politics? so the aim is to match your views with the candidate who represents them. the most sounds like a great idea except not to win. the kind of it doesn't meet your expectations because you know, i'm not communist, not me. i just, there are many on that cornell. so john, look melanie shawn. but i do not know the fast fabian row, so i answered as i did who i did not expect too much. i do not know politics. so i did not know what it was going to be because i did or didn't wouldn't. that's not the only issue a lease which has been downloaded close to $1400000.00 times is now under scrutiny
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. by the french data watchdog, there is concern that this could turn out to be another cambridge analytical scandal. that was when millions of facebook uses half a data collected, but political advertising purposes, the natural problem, or the most obvious problem. those stop for us is that they effectively obtain information for all their uses. we'd all use really understanding what purpose that information is. but the real purpose of the after ops is to obtain, uses information and then sell it on to political parties or to agencies or acting on the political parties. so what happens is the user quite innocently might give information such as the name of the date of birth, or they leave, we'd a certain material that my views to brainwash them to be blind about. it pays them
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. also concerned that the application has been playing the fool you may wonder well none other than emmanuel macro and the french president, the founders of the ap have said that this was a technical bug and the app is neutral. some people wonder more widely about our possible political intentions. who would like to remind you that eli's a strict and non partisan? no candidate has been granted the slightest favorable treatment. that's perhaps a little difficult to swallow when. for example, emmanuel michael isn't even an official candidate yet, so we don't know exactly what will be in his program at lees has taken mack guns ideas from his 2017 campaign. and since then, you could argue his political leanings have taken a sharp turn to the right. however, the real concern right now is white. so many young people feel out of step when
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those aiming to try to run the country and how close to they selection. candidates can find a way to engage them. showing debowski asi, paris, human rights watch claims that someone's been watching them. the global body claims the notorious israeli developed spyware, known as pegasus, was used to target the director of its office in lebanon. lamer for he shared with us how she 1st became aware that she was being snapped on only learned about the high when i received a notification from apple and number. and after confirming that in fact, the notification was authentic. we were able to review the data on my phones, conduct a forensic analysis, and confirm that my device has been targeted 5 times between april of 2021. during the time of the attack between april and august of last year, i was working very intensively on investigation to see which the government
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officials were couple were responsible for this last having taken place. it is possible that these attacks were connected with investigation. at the same time i was to provide, they were on a number of different credits and call us around the world. so everything's cool to say which government was responsible. it is true that the pegasus software has been found on the devices, you know, numerous human rights activists. and we have seen cases where individuals have the detain, where they've been tortured, and where they've even been killed after they are someone they know has been infected with by where the company that develop the spyware isn't israeli firm called an s o group. it's tools been at the center of numerous hacking scandals involving the phones of journalists, activists, and politicians. it allows attackers full access to a phones, camera, microphone call logs, emails, text messages, and much more. for the n s o group itself said it was unaware of any of its
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customers using the software against human rights was self members and added that it will look into the allegation. however, he says she now lives him fear having been the target of the hack. i honestly was shocked when i 1st learned that this attack had taken place and really filled with a tentative. busy address about what government has attacked me, what have they stolen? how do they intend to use that data? it really is overwhelming to consider, to know that my device could really be used to get a way to potentially try to undermine other people's right. and we do know that there is an absence of a regulatory framework in place which allows the sets of attacks to, to present their digital fingerprint that would help us to, to point to finger. and this is why we're really calling on state to move forward. and establishing a regulatory framework for the trade technology to ensure that these types of attacks no longer. typically a lot of words is broken out over what critics say is
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increasingly becoming a war on woods. us universities found itself facing a huge amount of flag offer, announcing an event to debate whether the word professional is racists and should be confined to history. ah, the term professionalism has at times been used to silence and marginalized people of color when attributes of appearance, language, or interactions that have nothing to do with job knowledge, are labeled as unprofessional cynthia williams, the assistant dean of community partnerships, the skilled and highly motivated professional with 37 years of experience in
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academia with that's how it looks for moscow so far this friday, i'm calling bright back with your headline news in 5 minutes. ah exaggerated rhetoric, massive arm shipments and endless threats. this is how nato presents is asian of pan european security. meanwhile, moscow wait for the us and its allies to respond to its demands and vision for the say. the status quo is untenable. your challenge with geography, the nutrition which on the nucleus you and send the job
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boshoway she can hi sharon, my name is rob lee with yeah. betty latoya, this is rudy with she been wholesale, allan and kelly recording court and i renewed my for my tissue of thousands of land didn't get to. i learned that to me for she gave us and i must be happy. i could fatima fact not enough that you can think of that no, cuz he asked him jak here to push him um with the money that i can live with . oh, is your media
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a reflection of reality in a world transformed what will make you feel safer? high selection community, are you going the right way or are you being led somewhere? which direct? what is true? what is faith? in the world corrupted, you need to descend a join us in the depths or remain in the shallows. with james all down through here, all of this the larry over here. so you're camps are always a little nicer than this. this is evidence of absolute poverty. just to mayor,
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people in our city and other cities, all across america are living like this. we're at the original need and village that opened up in 2018 right now. there's 31 homes on the property. it's a little over 4 acres with 31 homes and a community center. unfortunately, a lot of people don't make it out of edition more homelessness, like, i'm just really happy. it made it her dad you with ah, i now you know you in this is he is a sphere in your fast, you will fall off the end. and the other side of it came home and you're back home . so i would like to envision the also you heard of living is just like
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that. no one direction you are doing from the other side. oh well it shows the wrong one. i just don't move any world yet received out disdain because the attitude and engagement it was betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. ah ah ah ah ah ah, a
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ah with ah yes with if it's up to russia there's not going to be we want no was but ignoring our interest is something we cannot allow either. amid a growing stand off with the west over you, craig rushes top diplomat stresses moscow does not want to conflict, but insists it's security must be insured with a potentially fatal blow. subarus johnson's leadership lead female suggest you k prime minister mayo prioritized pets. so the people in the chaos evacuation of afghanistan living thousands of british citizens and allies, stranded in the water with overwhelming evidence of abuse.


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