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we've been targeted by cyber attacks from russia but there are dangers in this kind of betting. truth and approach truth work on our just 0. 0600 hours g.m.t. on al-jazeera and come all santamaria with a look at the headlines more than $20000.00 americans have not died after contracting the corona virus the u.s. passing italy's death toll it now has the highest in the world new york state's governor says though for the 1st time that has actually been a drop at least in intensive care admissions you can see that the numbers somewhat . stabilizing but it is stabilizing at and horrific rate. 783 people 777799. these are just
incredible numbers depicting incredible loss and paid more than john 100 now in chicago looking up at the slightest death toll means for the united states. every day we seem to hit a new grim milestone on friday it was that the united states had crossed 500000 recorded cases of the coronavirus on saturday is that the u.s. has now registered 20000 deaths more than any other country including italy one 3rd of those cases was from new york state alone new york new jersey and michigan being the hardest hit of all states so far and u.s. health officials say they believe the infection are going to peak on easter sunday this coming sunday that was originally a date when president trump is 81 of the u.s. to come out of this shelter in place orders and want to business to be back and
moving again that is no longer happening that date seems to moved to may 1st and there are a lot of public health officials who are skeptical even about that date but there are places here in the united states where pastors are keeping churches open most states 43 states have locked down orders 7 of them do not but of the states that have lockdown orders something like 515 of them allow an exemption for church services so there is some fear that here on easter sunday there will be places where massive amounts of people will be gathering in the u.k. health officials say the alp right there is yet to reach its peak of the death toll creates closer 210000 the numbers are expected to keep rising up. in our reports from london that does seem to be some hope. the numbers are still very high and they're expected to increase further in the coming days and weeks actually this is
in line with expectations as the emergency starts to reach its peak you can see the daily death toll reaching the 1000 level just there abouts here in the u.k. and in fact the last few days the u.k. already surpassed and spain recording the highest number of daily deaths now interestingly you also hearing from the director of n.h.s. england stephen power and he was saying that there has also been a flattening in the number of confirmed cases and also in the number of hospitalizations and that is really important so and that's not just in london but also in other parts of the country but he did say that it will take some time the for us to see the effect of that in the death toll think those because of this time lag with the virus it takes time for an infected person to start to show symptoms and then there's again time before they deteriorate to the point of needing to go
to hospital and sadly they might die and so because of that time lag you are likely to see a continued increase in the death toll in the coming days and probably this week in brazil more than 30000000 people have signed up for emergency financial relief as lock down restrictions affect the economy the government's trying to streamline the payment process after thousands lined up attacks offices this week because of bureaucratic hold ups and prisoners of right at a jail in southern bolivia inmates say the conditions inside a right for the spread of coronavirus prison has gathered on the roof calling for face masks and for proper health care riot police then use tear gas to try to stop the protests and the government has announced some people on lower level charges will be released to reduce the risk of an outbreak but they are out today with the headlines on al jazeera coming up next peace and war the view from russia.
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voice you for me to cause him to disown the islam again yet i see. a much. poisonings cross 2 wars cyber and financial interference in the us and european elections support of syrian president assad. this is the view from all sides russia which scandalized this international opinion but from visiting russia these are mia details all so much more frightening domestic and international scenarios. kills in europe and i want to explore what influential russians feel about this into. perception of russia and what the consequences of this could mean. russians
especially in the capital moscow have adopted the european way of life they feel part of europe but for now russian government is in a deadlock with the west. as a journalist and writer specializing in our history in politics it has never felt more important to understand these tensions since russia's annexation of crimea we have headed towards a new cold war. russia has support a separatist fighters in the eastern ukraine. is accused of tampering with the us a lecture. and of poisoning a former secret agent in a british country town. within russia there is a white range of opinion on these events but their facial position is the opposite of the west and here. deputy foreign minister sergei volkov deals with the russian west and relationship firsthand. together says she's up us leave me
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not only other new tensions but all the diplomatic victories between the 2 superpowers are coming undone. russia blames the usa for withdrawing from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty while the usa accuses russia of doing the same with its intimidate range you claim asylum the night am $7.00 to $8.00 russia has jeopardized the united states security interests and we can no longer be restricted by the treaty while russia shamelessly violates it we can't be put at the just advantage of going by a treaty limiting what we can do what somebody else does it does but that training . must turn you over to this they're going to say you know stuff then you suppose you'd. like to be released because i'm just because i've been there seen you and i seen a motion that is going to. old boy same motion not ocean no more
the. same with the edge. but in. the past. in the war of words and images the state own channel russia today is the kremlin's response to what is perceived as dominant western media. its editor in chief is margarita simonyan. the substance. of shares skims the basement in question when you my. us store there was meant to live the interest in the south where you could get all the gnashing is up of the. government a reason this is a look at america. i see it was one of those. a team that was mostly. more were held there when i was there as he is up to them on the belie the news business he. is besides to those english for me it.
absolutely believe i made a. complaint you will give advice to i mean us they had a strapped around their little pink isn't it i mean you can hide it. me you were the shim equally bad to me when you being a mediocre immovably got over with a solution to me. that was almost and we didn't. get one vote. but a pseudo schist the bill istana i talk national experience on what the court as i say you must you should only report the piece of paper which. the roots of today's tensions can be found in russia's recent history. presidents gorbachev and reagan start of the process of dismantling the iron curtain. me as office and as you say i
don't see any threat for us from the west for the troops withdrew from east to the europe peacefully they were dismantling their own them by. it was the end of the cold war years of isolation and separation from the west were at and then the berlin wall fell to jubilation in the west. boris yeltsin russia's 1st elected leader transformed the country from the one party's for his system to a multi-party democracy. so what went wrong. way the west treated russia would play a powerful role in the course the country would follow my good friend alexander bono expert at the carnegie moscow center has been considering these issues for a long time. so i ask you so you. or i'm glad by the mother of all men not the one in on that i joined the russian.
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the pledge buttons he looked like she did the copy. the road to capitalism was sudden and shocking for the vast majority of the russian population . not going to. believe me. today we're a fully fledged capitalist country but the tide is turning back to state control this is alpha bank one of the only top banks in moscow that is still privately owned. alexa su if vice chairman of the board was the deputy prime minister in the yeltsin era electical is she just the. thought if i want that of him in the store what do you love but will you sleep. with thought that the will was absolutely if that is the. new mom. too.
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save russia's democratic experiment from failing. russia's real patients of which are. group. or. your system god will be used to the horde there as we choose so. you call us to push we don't get there she can win you still. she will walk into what you are not old girl is always remind you mukherjee of the clues just you know what goes into so what you do sloan you pretty ugly knowing him to watch. or. know we are now. forbes radio will you. don't you won't hurt us and we should use it. at the end of yeltsin's 2nd term he appointed a successor who has become very popular in russia but who is no disillusioned with the west yet if. you are here.
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even put in is no excuse for film office he's still popular and he's edited to the west has only hardened. russian society though is divided in its attitudes to the west. we teach a scum. discourse rest see. the hmong but hoarded by those nearly money starts in some ways they actually mean some west in the me i deal in the near . east just to list it. is was more than it was a total business loan and with us is it your sense ignored us leaving would be at the bar what. would somebody. even with those i start to slowly cannot it isn't it because my checklist and see where you know you don't even think. of my hear from iraq is the dilemma as which is scary adults nearly woods now are
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the would. my old university teachers the diplomats of tomorrow. these logos were here in my day. when i started and thought here it was a more liberal time. these students will have to cope with a new era of mistrust. the rector of the university is also chair of the board of channel one russia's most popular channel controlled by the state and a toilet or going off is also a former ambassador. he slow should still get up or i see is up in this me almost i sees god who is it is a girl of some across the convenience store owners up at the nearby in my old place when establishment used to go to war with iraq we look at. new michigan as the bush
war with russia new pedia was up at the national goes up with you going in bush during the. year so why are you. stuck on not going to go we're suddenly stoves that are near. the 1st threat to russia sphere of influence was the move of some former soviet republics towards the west. disputed elections in georgia. domestic protests and the selection of a young western educated lawyer as president. i believe that nato would benefit. with georgia being a member of nato and i think georgia would benefit. a year later a pro western leader came to britain in the ukraine. carrying a stone in latvia lithuania mania slovakia
and slovenia. time and again they have demonstrated their desire and ability to defend freedom against its enemies. and now it is time to make him allies by trade . nato absorb 7 members of the old soviet alliance georgia and the ukraine who are in the queue to join them. at a security conference in munich buddha clearly sets out his resistance to the direction things are taking. this will remain at the heart of his foreign policy until the present day today actually does when you know him or at napoleon and their mother did you do it can you believe what you have shown us in motion your slow in your even. my lust really was a silly military isn't it an issue an option when you meet kenya's democracy but i want to immigrate to the disease not unless the bushes throughout. egypt of human evolution. would be.
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met to discuss a future association agreement with the ukraine. like them americans they didn't consider that russia had any place at the negotiating table so short of leaving you by your style if you're going to score the potential loss of logic in your post. it didn't go order. so soon to be used if he were to say he was and we should go look you know this is a good place is those are you putting a thorough across the grill or should call them we're going to them skewing toward the less of a classroom but to say that i see $63.00 shows. she had with me at the post but. it only served to a girl of the should post was deceased dreamland since it is soloists. is insidious all those do gooders are politically. with those who work in the fucked up mo because in tucson for a bilateral agreement between you peon union and great. yes should be no
trilateral for. the times of limited sovereignty over in europe. must cost a life president of course each had to return to power and refused to sign the european agreement. unfortunately we did not manage on these occasions to sign a necessary sion agreement the offer of signing the most ambitious agreement european union has ever offered to a nonmember state is still under the koreans came out in large numbers to protest the failure of the criminal. court. at.
the protest last to several months until in february rioters clashed with police resulting in dozens of fate teletubbies and thousands of injuries. present yet of course flare marked the end of strong russian influence in kiev. weeks later russian soldiers in unmarked uniforms. rived in crimea and installed themselves at the airport train stations and administration buildings. a referendum was a hastily called by moscow the people voted to rejoin russia the russians had taken over crimea in the east in the ukraine referendums were also held much fighting erupted between separatists and ukrainian forces and. russia is accused of supporting the separatists militarily which he denies despite overwhelming evidence.
that. the fighting in the eastern ukraine the don't pass is ongoing and there is a strong indication in countless testimonies that official russian forces were involved. the west has responded by introducing sanctions against russia for violating the sovereignty of the ukraine if the russian leadership stays on its current course together we will ensure that this isolation deepens. sanctions will expand and the toll on russia's economy as well as its standing in the world. will only increase. since these events in crimea and the ukraine the relationship between russia and the west seems to have been irreparably damaged.
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they're just one color that is why it is why don't they write should they be people who know exactly fatima bhutto meets marc lamont hill i very much thought i was going to get shot they look like a bad movie studio scripted on al-jazeera. will return to peace and war the view from russia in a moment but 1st another check of the headlines and more than 20000 americans have died after contracting the corona virus in the u.s. . death toll and it now leads the world in fact the highest number of fatalities new york is the epicenter of the virus there more than i hungered deaths there the state government says the situation is stabilizing there's been a drop in the number of people admitted to intensive care for the 1st time since the outbreak. you can see that the numbers are it. stabilizing but it is
stabilizing and horrific rate. 783 people 777799. these are just incredible numbers depicting incredible. and p. in the united kingdom health officials say the corona virus outbreak there hasn't yet reached its peak despite the death toll nearing 10011 year old was among the fatalities announced on saturday the government still urging people to stick to the lockdown restrictions even though there is the warm weather forecast across this easter weekend look at latin america more than 30000000 people in brazil have signed up for emergency financial relief as lock down restrictions affect the economy the government's trying to streamline the payment process after thousands lined up at tax offices this week because of bureaucratic hold ups informal workers are entitled to claim $100000.00 a month and prison is a variety of
a jail in southern bolivia inmates say the conditions inside are ripe for the spread of coronavirus prisoners gathered on the roof calling for face masks and proper health care riot police used tear gas to try to stop the protest many believe in prisons are overcrowded and so the government's announced some people on lower level charges will be released to reduce the risk of an outbreak. and funny pacific island nations have been struggling to prepare for more coronavirus cases while dealing with the effects of a powerful storm cyclon herald tore through a number of islands destroying homes and leaving tens of thousands without power thousands are forced into evacuation centers at a time when governments are trying to keep people parts. headlines and that's my lot for today thanks for your company peace and war the view from russia continues next and then after that the latest news with sami's at. relations between russia and the west have never been as tense since they ended the
cold war. the fighting in the eastern ukraine is ongoing and after 5 years there are 13000 deaths and 30000 wounded. as a result the west has imposed harsher and harsher sanctions on russia's businesses of these assume some super merely various television he was due to stall i mean should we just we just are becoming you stole a girl that was. the premier bunker. who was responsible for q 4 because just after . the slurs told us we should hear. wichita's because roguishness told us long as waterford was. a mirror mirror she's trying to bully pretty early to get these missional. was because she when you've been you mired the leave this whole dispute
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a woman. have less to throw into the room we used and we are measuring us to be consistent with the. 3 years before sanctions were imposed russians came out in force to protest against what they said were rigged elections and government corruption. the. opposition politician alexei navalny led the movement. the damage to your chest to buy the news of course but is don't get us alexina valley was prevented from taking part in the presidential elections in 2008 but continues his work to getting the corruption of the president's closest associates and has a popular you tube channel with a large following in months young russians. are bottles of someone who own those as i'm sure. in that stance and you bring him up over that i see all.
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to the joint by yes. so. really it's. in 2010 protests have broken out across the middle east leading to the fall of governments in tunisia egypt and libya. the people of libya today are inspiring the people in tehran. in damascus and even in beijing and moscow they continue to inspire the world and let people know that even the worst dictators can be overthrown and replaced by freedom and democracy. what should the fate of libya's gadhafi buton drew conclusions regarding u.s. foreign policy we didn't. used to but it was the way it worked with nuclear nukes
the. and there's always the old junior grade you will still probably and you conveniently she was received with a white suit. on. west restraints smellers alessi. money on but i'm glad he did consciously people racially when you go into the period of always is a good thing to do them in america because training up with was to be the study habits of puss in your team a good each was cool cool no need to look you missed by the normal daily mirror of not toes or achieve them. russia wanted to avoid regime change in syria and has backed her ally president assad since the beginning of the war she brought in her air and land troops into 1015 proving that she was back on the world stage ready for combat.
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insensitivity of these efforts that only russia's senior most officials could have authorized these activities. to stumble you know you look at this room because we look. at that he's our 3rd. daughter. well you know look pretty soon you'll be mostly no idea that the norm. always at the what doesn't kill it would stall if you. no what i mean is up in the shade democrats have been reading what i see new which to my question i get a man who should. only still teach a diesel to commit that said mr mansion could teach us and we could keep. them as the new cool of the new does not some of the. those new look. to do
just to produce these 3 had to be new was that i was new cool at the preaching on this but. now i see the high teach me that you have to keep in a picture speaking to go out to vietnam go i start. to new when you go back with your. chest by sure one stop liking or block so it seems russia has no grand plan and the west tends to exaggerate the russian threat to the annexation of crimea the intervention in the dorm master darling of image 17 the cyber attacks the concealing of chemical weapons in syria chemical weapons attacks in syria. hacking the bundestag interference in elections. there are not too many countries who have felt the destructive and malign behavior of the russians state russia has reasserted itself aggressively
invading and occupying ukraine threatening europe and doing nothing to aid in the destruction and defeat of isis so i have a very simple message for russia we know what you are doing and you will not succeed russian officials remain adamant in their denial of the west's accusations to his store. but i see a doctor. will shut up more than the emotional cost zealots so far you stand yeah i knew the story of somebody on the mission. there's much in me but it is. sort of known results at national news service. shows to medium eve shows don't we should just a missile lucian. absolutely need. either absolute no. business in their.
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deal with so i was coming back to yemen you come with a chuckle at that i'm on the causeway on my way but i saw by the actually east like come on the north you bet i'm a scout. easiest option was to receive support from the looters literacy for the boys and would for sure. of course to show charming because it is toward a tradition yours has. been a gentleman to clean the roots. you sleep with them talk to. you tell me what a noble hoarsely you don't talk a good. for some the generation that knew the soviet union but he would put in his restored russia's standing in the world for others he's taking the country
backwards along the path to isolation. there's a new boss that you did nothing to you studied for those who are going calling but it's a political machine your theory is that when you pretty much just wouldn't use it when the snow is not only for the week because it in your going you can use sunscreen sulu's district because you can use the money from just people for your little boost you. sure sure. would only do that when. snitch is the director see you new windows. despite buddhist rhetoric russia isn't as big a threat to the west as they think. but the resulting isolation could become a tragedy for russians themselves.
but. hello it has been particularly hot in a dusty sunday when you can have the empty quarter in the u.a.e. in qatar and this part of saudi arabia as well the temperatures have been as high as 14 in dubai they may well be on sunday but this is a southerly breeze is a northerly opposing it and i think we'll eventually find things cooling down in fact the cloud it's visible in the satellite picture is the cold front which is showing showers in iran might show an occasional thunderstorm elsewhere but there's not really very much impetus for that to happen of course temperatures to the north of that particularly in the levant are much lower but the sun is out now and it isn't improving situation in what's been the case the last couple of days and it carries on improving on monday whereas the chances under storms around qatar bahrain this eastern part of saudi is quite significant from monday down to 26
degrees that looks quite a wet day for the surface and the showers i shared with 1000 more regularly in tanzania in kenya in ethiopia and of course all points west with now this breeze is quite notes for west just to add up and run up the coast of somalia then we start think of when the monsoon rains were right for the time being let's just think of tanzania as the weaponize and of course kenya remember orange tops and dark blue those are the big thunderstorms and they are big. but. talk to al-jazeera we want your force work when you saw that document for the 1st story we listen to after the war saying your europeans go build you know the stage of you know we will not be with you we meet with global news makers and talk about the stories that matter on al-jazeera crossing borders breaking boundaries recording injustice fighting inequality from africa and asia to
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