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need together, i need the stories i shaved the week, italy temporarily exempt citizens of neighboring some marina. you've been given, rushes with new vaccine from needing covert possible. michelle, still not recognized by the spot improving its effectiveness in the small european they should and numerous independence studies spoken exclusively. so the country's health benefit we have some day, some data that guarantee i'll be at the cmc. we are closer to a 100 percent off a few cmc massive accusations, homes burned to the ground and apocalyptic st. devastating wall pause rage across the world. busy from turkey, grace, russia, and the jazz hacker,
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exposed abusive conditions of the prison news being held in his denial telephone access to louis. why friends, to move an act of retaliation? bureau presence lawyer, telling them that she can only speak to them if they have coming court deadlines, where she's not applying that requirement to any of the other. i good afternoon, great to have you will receive an art. italy has temporarily exempted residents of some marino from needing cobit passports to travel that the tiny country sits entirely within at least borders it as almost complete, immunize this adult population using russia, split new v vaccine. which isn't on the e u approval list. russel's recently agreed to accept covert inoculation
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certificates issued by some marina and vatican city with only with jobs it's given . the green light to pass is allow for movement between those 2. normally use stays on the blog, posts with the spending vaccines still not given approval. left. most summary, daisy stuck at home. we spoke exclusively to the nation's health minister. our green boss recognized this from you, but only for the people in summary. know about naked by pfizer, so the people and it is 94 percent of our population that's being seen as the problem to move into italy into the service or italy bar or restaurant or c m. ok. and the order flows space close space. so we are now working
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with the italian government to, to find a solution to this problem. all the uses funding fee in san marino shown it has an efficacy rate of more than 91 percent. 2 percent of those inoculates of adverse side effects. less than half of that figure occurring in people aged over 60. the health minister added that all those jobs were splitting again some arena, have developed antibodies against coven. we did some strategies about the ccsp of the sporting vaccine. we have some day, some data guarantee of the a, c, c and c. we are closer to a 100 percent off a few cmc. and so all our people develop the anti bodies and which is. ready splitting
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be maxine ation after one week from the start of the 2nd. those is what maybe we start to do to, to free our ospital and our accounts and, and now we have people in, in, in the roof because some are called from turkey to the united states and russia to italy, devastating while father raging throughout the world in greece, this week 2 people were killed in fires that surged across the country. me the
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people are forced to leave their homes on the outskirts of the great capital. massive occupations have been carried out on the nearby and with hundreds of people fleeing the inferno via the reason fishing. by friday, the nation said it was struggling to contain more than a 150 wall problem. it is the wound that a heat wave had turned grief into this god is the worst for decades, massey blaze is causing havoc in turkey as well. at least 8 people have been killed and around. $10000.00 evacuated amid extreme while burning along the coast. popular
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tourist destinations like budrum and mom of been hit on local. describe the scene, there was raining ashes, saturday, heavy rain orderly, some relief to the come. meanwhile, there was some surreal scenes in the state of california this week on town in plumas county looked like a hollywood movie about the end of the world. every bite tend to drive agitation and fun by strong winds. the dixie, far as it's named, tall through greenville, the remains of homes and abandoned cars, totally burn or a common sight. the buildings dating from the gold rochelle were completely destroyed, as well as a school gas station, church hotel, and museum and rushes also been hard hit by a mass while foss 1st in the siberia region. there were massive accusations of villages with 5 just trying to battle in fur knows all in the russian republic of q
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thea foss, blanketed large areas in thick smoke. the computer engineer is currently serving a prison sentence in the us for hacking a hospital. martin goes, fell, says he did it to draw attention to a custody battle between the facility and the parents of a child being kept without the consent to goats felt recently turned to was after he was denied telephone access to his lawyers. me mr. got spells wise claims. communication with his lawyer was cut off shortly after he wrote an article that was published on our website in p. c. disco and cases of mistreatment in the prison. he's being held in. the authorities though say his lack of calls were down to changes in the coven staffing policies to his wife though, isn't satisfied with that explanation. they read all of his mouth. so they had
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a heads up on what was coming. they shouldn't, it's legal privilege mail, but i guess i guess they were aware he had multiple attorneys who were trying to get in touch with him for meetings about strategic matters. he answered in appeal and they're like just and other stuff in court and they just can't reach him. they're telling him that they can't francere valve his that bureaus prison lawyer is telling them that she can only let him speak to them if they have upcoming court deadlines. whereas she's not applying that requirement to any of the other inmates. and we contacted officials and leading rights organizations for their taken got subs, case therapy in court of human rights and human rights watch, told us that they can comment on the issue. let's take a look back then at how the situation unfolds. me
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i please let me know right now i need to be home. my family. ah. she has been totally medically abused. ah, ah, ah. finally, common sense prevails. ah. i just don't know how this really happened because it doesn't feel like it's real good to be home with
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bruise the we discussed this story with geopolitical unless patrick heading since and barbara brown, a journalist, an activist who was himself imprisoned in connection with the data like marty himself, over throughout the entire he was imprisonment, has been retaliated against 4 other articles. he's written lawsuits. he has filed against the system against individual wardens and so forth. having done for years in the feds myself. the ropers in the u. s. for my activism and having written,
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calling from prison. i've been in prisons where there wasn't a lot, but i've been in prisons where, you know, i was, i was pulled off the phone. what was going to interview the interview and been put in the shoe for doing that interview and then release after investigation. you know, 2 weeks later i was re arrested because these orders in 2017 for getting interview advice after i got out of prison. no one has been involved in activism should be tried in the us, nor gosh, where there just did that. the record of the us saw it on this is a mentally vile. the harm should be proportionate to the sentence, not the potential harm. and increasingly, what we see, certainly in the us justice system, is this kind of trend of symbolic convictions and symbolic sentences, whereby the politicization of the justice system and the what used to be due process is become increasingly clear aside. and i think we can see that in so many
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different cases, especially with the area of cyber crime or hacking, it seems that and i think maybe this just really speaks to the ability of hackers or hacked of ists to threaten the power structure which has become increasingly dependent on digital networks, we only have to look really at the julian assigned case as, as the sort of top level of sort of case in this area. he is absolutely a political prisoner and it's not so much about what he did. it's about what he represents and the ability of an organization to get around the powers of the state. me the
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a lot of the welcome back on thursday. these really full, strict ground targets in south lebanon in response to what it called terrorist attacks coming from the neighboring territory. and worst escalation between the 2 countries. in the past decade and a half the shelling coming on a grim anniversary to for 11 non, exactly a year since the devastating explosion in beirut declined the lives of more than 200 people. and thousands of gathered in the cap of tomorrow. tragic events holding up pictures of the dead, demanding justice, a spas tear gas demonstrate is doing a heated exchange. outside of the government building. people are still angry of
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the government's failure to specify what triggered the bus and who was responsible was one of the largest non nuclear explosions in history. miss war and you may find these pitches upsetting the ash human rights group. mister amnesty international condemned de la beneath officials were quote, shamelessly obstructing an investigation into the glass. lebanon's oldest hospitals was devastated by the explosion. while nurse died, a baby was actually born during the very minute the blast and now was near wrong. the child is reported to be doing well. we spoke to a nurse working on the maternity ward on that tragic day and she told us panic wasn't an option that was simply too much to do. i was putting my mother in about my day and i do remember my cleaning alone
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feeling very bad that i did not know if i was okay to be able to be kid and didn't have an idea what had happened. so i, when i take my hands and i was able to, to cite actually i supposed to be the one to be where, where are they? if they are okay. i happened to baby the company in the go they doing very well that way. and i went to the bed and every day they send me pictures and they send me everything they how they, how they feed. so they doing very well and rebuilding efforts of a long way to go in the port city. they come as the country face is huge challenges from a plumbing currency through to power outages, as well as medicine and fuel shortages because of that, most of the reconstruction works been funded privately or carried out by non governmental organizations. the own of one historic property left gutted by the
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blast told us he's been let down by all sides to the last 3 and my house is a heritage building, but we didn't get any help from unesco or anyone that was the only people who've been helping a one kind strange that god sent to us and recently won n g o no one else. the government didn't help her to have given us nothing but faith promises them. i've witness many was i was born in 1944, but i've never seen the situation so bad. everyone keeps saying we've never seen such crime and so much damage. if there was a war, it would've been easier. at least we could have had the option to escape at times of war, we were always notified to leave our homes. but this time we were left to die. the un special rap porter on torture says that there are grounds for an official intervention against police in berlin and follows numerous accusations of brutality against those recently protesting the timing of cobra restrictions disturbing.
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footages emerged from last sundays demonstration. the last of these images of an officer throwing an elderly woman to the ground went viral. the police confirmed an investigation into suspected bodily harm and been opened. the head of the german police union told us criticism and pressure exerted on the officers could be on fast affordable took us money. i am sure that my call exactly and accordance with the law. in addition, more than 60 police officers were injured. they clearly did not stumble but suffered during the protest, which by the way, were fast and peaceful because they violated public orders. since they were banned, the police are the center of criticism and such deployments. that's something we're used to. society is becoming ever more polarized politics that cultivate anything but peaceful conversation have come to be to, to that. and the police on right between irreconcilable fronts that are no longer
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ready to engage in dialogue. i know that doesn't make up police work any easier. i don't have any other opinions about this colleague say they have been under pressure and these events a lot of colleagues have been injured and that doesn't make the situation easier. we'd like to see politics being used to calm people down on all sides. around 5000 people took part in the protests in berlin last weekend. more than 600 of them were arrested officers use bathrooms and purpose, spray demonstrated didn't loyal we spoke. we believe that that lisa was grossly disproportionate that we've seen in this video with quite shocking, at least to me, that if you assess it from a legal perspective, you'd ask yourself if there was a threat. but from what it looked, it's just an elderly lady trying to pass by the policeman. i don't think it was an extremely tense situation which justify the police of the throwing the lady to the ground like that. if you look at the standard legal definition of a threat, it just didn't look like one of the policemen wasn't being attacked and there was
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no gross disturbance of the peace and public security that lady just wanted to pass by. from a legal perspective, the officers conduct, quote, disproportionate freedom of assembly. the constitutional rights can be restricted. for instance, in a pandemic like the one we're seeing there may be restrictions, but there shouldn't be a difference with the people have notified of their rally beforehand or not. they should be able together spontaneously to avoid that pietro and don owned in the open. it citizens shouldn't be in fear of being subjected to this kind of treatment . when going to protest and he'd show people power a quarter of a 1000000 protesters took to the streets of paris on saturday to vent, durango plans for mandatory coven health passes the 4th weekend in a row. such demonstrations have been held. numerous trade unions to the medical groups have been rallying their members against the controversial passports. and earlier in the week, people in the french capital,
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my feelings clear after the country's constitutional counsel had ruled the government's news, legal gauge, the mood in paris was just like, vision is wrong today. we're not talking about deprivation of social right. this is what about an attempt on human rights? we're forced to vaccinate. this is real to tele. terry news? there's a button. the coven health has divided the french people into 2 categories, vaccinated and unvaccinated. for me, it's the beginning of the software dictatorship. it is the dictatorship that the pass introduced from next week, people in france will have to show a cove at passport to enter restaurants. cafe, even hospitals of hope work is face mandatory vaccination. as of next month, the series of angry rallies over the pressure to vaccinate and pandemic restrictions, so seen such as this in like july. the
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money. even before the man to your vaccination was introduced, there had been more than 10000 lay offs in french hospitals. but can the local health care system afford to lose all the employees? many people now say that they want to leave their work and not only in hospitals. if you have a closer look at what's happening now, you'll see that some specialists refused to comply with the vaccination order and say, whatever i love my job, i choose to work as an independent specialist. so stop working on that small, fast and eco friendly, but they are increasingly proving something of a menace on the streets. the use of electric scooters is rising rapidly,
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and so the number of accidents evolving them. we took a test drive through 2 very busy cities foss, convenient and environmentally friendly. e scooters massively growing in popularity here in the u. k. over the last few years, the relatively cheap to run and use electricity. so that perfectly invoke with a current focus on renewable energy. although russia is a relatively low lead boomer in the market of shareable electric scooter, this service has spread rapidly across the country where the number of users doubling since the beginning of the pandemic. as more people are being encouraged to use individual means to transfer it's, it's also become an all time favorite among all kinds of still every company. yet not everyone is so keen on the british government, his band excuses from public roads, saying they can only be used on private land. it is not currently possible to get appropriate insurance for privately own
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e scooters. meaning it is illegal to use them on the road or in public spaces. despite protective measures, up 220-0000 accidents involving excuses, a protected to a car by the end this year. there are also concerns around the impact that you're having on vulnerable people in society, especially the visually impaired leaving me to wonder exactly where london stand. the question of a, you know, people that have actually had some hospital schools because of so far as a driver. my so, but the thing that really dangerous, it depends on what it is, you know, nothing, there was trouble fall to false and there's no oversight. there's no guidance for these people. they just buy them and, and they're just allowed to get onto the road in the foot, play without any guidance as the number of people whizzing around moscow parks and pavements growth. so does the number of accidents involving e scooters can people have died within the past 2 years?
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many believe that the reason is that he's scooters operate in a legal gray area. and it's true. according to the current legislation, a person on an e scooter is a pedestrian, but in reality, this is a person on a fast moving object. the city council has so far responded by introducing the so called slow zones, limiting the speed for rented electric scooter is to 15 kilometers per hour down from 30 to 40 kilometers per hour. but clearly, that's not enough. yet. i think ease coders are fun, but most go is not will future to damage from other a few places. you can write safely. there are fish and cycling and pretty narrow sidewalk. if the people who don't have driving life and you just don't lie with tropicals, which can result in local infrastructure is not thought through. scooted, there are no specials, but there are lots of config. okay, to right on the side,
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should you cycling? they should be regulated legislative level, many belief. it's the task of police to regulate and control how people use the scooters. but in fact, it's more complicated and all sides should be involved. the rental companies, the transport authorities and the users themselves. and while it can take months to work out a proper legislative base for the service, the scooters will continue to zoom along the streets of our big cities. well, at least until winter for sure. reps that up for this. our thanks for company. i did that with more than 30 minutes. oh i use ah, i mentioned that i sent you no more than a month up in the last arctic. and when i got back, i had just totally reframed how great we now have it in modern life. so before i go
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up there, it's like i use hot running water everyday. i never thought about that as dr car, but they never saw great. that was, i don't have to go out and walk 5 miles down hill the stream and bring it back up to get my water right. but after alaska, like i had to do all those things. and so when i get back into my water, my modern world and i turn on the faucet and hot running water comes out and hits my hand was like, oh my god, this is unbelievable. this is the most amazing thing that i've ever that happen to me, my life, the the, the news
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the know what was the blog blog and i knew him by the end of my truck. and while we're on by now, i know i should know moment a been asian leo called me on the special fields on miles like the ones that are more mobile. but for hyatt, i do need an initiation of national before we get off the be in the news, give me
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a shout in one hour my my name is c o. the noise had given me life out of habit is how artist high us nausea titled her sculpture after the explosion. she worked extensively in a rude streets, helping victims with that damage terms. she built her woman out of rubble and daybreak that she collected the shade and now i'm not
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but it's much good up to you. it's our staff that we are you. this was the moment that froze many clocks in bay route. this is the exact time of the blast on august, the 4th 2020 a warehouse containing nearly 3000 tons of ammonium nitrate blew up. the material had been confiscated 6 years earlier and kept at the port ever since. the customer service gave several warnings about the potential danger, but nothing was done. almost 200 people died in the massive explosion. and another $6000.00 were injured on the kidney to the end of the year that i have to do that. anyway.


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