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really cool just system, then there are other fellow friends in daycare. he's in awe. president putin says europe's own miscalculations resulted in its current energy crisis. confronting head on the narrative, the rushes weapon, ising, or intentionally withholding gas, german city of cologne, gives the green light to broadcasting the muslim cold to prayer, a move, which is very much divided opinion that i think this very great is wrong. i think religion is something personal. it's nice for multiculturalism. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great. either. an american taxpayers are still paying for the infamous border wall project. despite job biden's,
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pledge to stop it as cost of spot storing millions of dollars worth of rusting steel mount up. ah oh, hello, live for moscow. this is, is ality international. my name is colleen bray. welcome to you. well, to use 1st then to speaking at the russian energy week, international forum president putin has waited on the gas price hike in europe and filled it some tough questions to spelling, what he called false narratives of moscow strategy on the global energy market. so close to seattle about as far as north stream to is concerned. what opponents of the project have claimed that this is not a commercially viable product and rushes pursuing geopolitical motivations. well, you know, this is yet another piece of nonsense. just please pay closer attention to what i'm saying. this route is 2000 kilometers, shorter and quicker to our main consumers in europe than via ukraine. easy. 2000
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kilometers more efficient. it's cheaper because transit is cheaper. and it's also cheaper for customers because the transit fee has to be included in the end price in particular for european customers. we are doing this despite our political differences. this year we have increased supply by 10 percent. again, we would very much like them to be grateful, instead of only criticizing us more alia. katrinka is a man at russian energy we can as across all that said, days, major stipends for us, or a better understanding. i just want to give you a quick insight into the context of mister putin's latest remarks add to the russian energy week 2021. so the a post cove, it powered, the man globally has been on the up. and this really led to major changes in the supply chains and lead to destroy disruptions. and this in turn bud to shortages of supplies in europe. in particular,
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the prices for bad natural gas at one point skyrocketed to unprecedented levels and death that many analysts indeed call this a true global energy crisis. but in that times, specifically russia by some has even been blamed for politicizing the matter. and before that for years, moscow has been under fire for some of its infrastructure projects like gas, the nord streaming, to in particular for direct natural gas deliveries from russia to the northern coast of germany. and like i've been hearing from many experts here on day one of russia's energy we get there has been reassessment. and reassessment is also something that mr. putin has been talking about. he also spoke about what he called mistakes on the part of a some of russia's partners when it comes to their energy policies. so let's have
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a look at what else the russian leader said about that austin nuggets via group is higher prices on gas in europe. are a consequence of a deficit of energy and not vice versa. and that's why you should not shift the blame from over the last 10 years. step by step gl systematic flaws were introduced into the european energy system and they lead to a massive energy crisis. human, the, for any market, stability and predictability are important. and russia flawlessly fulfills its contract real obligations to our partner, including our partners in europe. i believe we, in short guaranteed uninterrupted gas deliveries to your health. we have every reason to believe that this year we will reach record levels of gas deliveries on the global market and due to one. but what exactly could help europe in this particular situation? what kinda make sure that the prices go down? well, perhaps the answer is obvious, that is, extra supplies to the continent. and what mr. poo,
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as said during that panel discussion was that whenever russia was requested for a boost in exports, the answer from moscow, the answer from gas from russia's gas, that was always, yes. so russia never said no. and when mister proven was asked a direct question whether moscow was ever using energy as a political weapon, the answer was straight forward. the answer was no. i want to ask you about it directly. has russia been using energy as a weapon? russia's not using any weapon, if you've been paying attention, as for the economy where we're using weapons in what conflicts are we taking part and for the economy? this is not something we tend to use. this is what i call a politically motivated talk. if the, if there's nothing to support it when it comes to saying that we use energy as some kind of webinar at the end of the day, i guess the question is, how can you expect europe to believe you're a reliable energy partner when you're not supplying that energy via the pipeline
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or she was if you're a beautiful woman, like what i'm saying, one thing to you and you're saying a different thing to me as if you haven't heard what i said, mr. president with what was the same point was and you said that you're not supplying gas through pipelines to europe, but actually you're mistaken. you are mistaken. and all of those who feed on the information they receive, we are actually increasing our supplies to europe. as prom increased supplies by 10 percent and overall russia increase them by 15 percent. we have increased gas supply through pipelines by 10 percent and increased l and g supply by 13 percent. we are increasing not decreasing our gas supply to europe use. this brings me to the key ingredient of the stability on the market for latimer pohden. this is, according to the russian leader, long term contracts for the exports of commodities. when the prices for natural gas in particular, are linked with wal prices. now this also brings me to something that's been
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a cause for concern among european politicians. that is russia's sticking to the transit of a it's a natural gas supplies to europe through ukraine, beyond the 2024. this is what europe. once to that, latimer poke and says, well, what we need is contracts long term contracts to understand how much gas europe needs in the future. and then, and in that case, we can then decide how much gas goes through the turkish stream. that's what the pipeline through the black sea is called, how much gas we can send through our north stream pipelines and to ukraine as well . but mr. perkins general answer to that was, yes, russia is ready to maintain its ukrainian transit. besides this, mister proven, went on to talk about something that doesn't really have to do with energy,
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but this is something that the moderator asked the russian leader that was about russell's relations with washington and about the arms security. mister bruton said that russia is ready to talk with washington up ready for talks with washington on the revival of possibly some of the older treaties that washington abandoned under donald trump, under the previous leaders as well. or it's ready to hammer out new agreements, which is very important for international security is stability. but mister, put this message has been the same all the time. we have only been responding to that whenever you were getting rid of this tree thieves whenever you are leaving and out when it comes to the arms race. in fact, mister, prudent admitted there was an arms race between the us and russia. at this point, russia is only taking measures in response. so like i said,
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this was the number one message from the russian. the muslim call to prayer will be heard across cologne. in germany, half the local authorities gave their approval for it to be broadcast. i have allowed speakers, officials say the move as a gesture of respect, but many citizens dressed that such a move is at odds with european culture norms. how cologne's central mosque, which is germany's largest, has been a flash point for anti muslim sentiment before with the man strongly defending this week's decision. cologne is the city of religious freedom and diversity. those who arrive at the main train station are greeted by the cathedral and accompanied by church bells, many clone residents, almost lamps, allowing them. whereas in cool is from a sign of respect of 35 mosques and the setting will be able to play the cold for up to 5 minutes. the initiative comes as part of an agreement between cologne officials and the muslim community mosques seeking to broadcast. it will have to
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comply with volume limits and notified neighbors in advance. we got reaction to the decision. is an skin can say, i think that's great because the muslim community is also included. this is also very nice for the muslims, just as the churches ring about the most can also make the call to prayer. i think this very great. all fallen though. they're all, it's nice for multiculturalism. germany says we are here. we also take care of muslims, which unfortunately some political parties don't do any more. it makes me happy when i hear it. it's a piece of home. that's why it's physically flu. i don't think it's bad, but i don't think it's all that great either. i live directly opposite, so i hear it all the time. the fact that you now have to listen to what is being said, whether you want to hear it or not, i don't think it's the best thing. that's if it is false, i think it's wrong. i think religion is something personal, you don't have to bar all the people around with it when they call out and foreign
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language. i think that's really bad because then the people don't know what they're actually saying. or we heard from one a mom who says that it's a positive move because muslims are now an integral part of german society. and i think it's a good initiative, basically highlighting the rights which are founded in the constitution itself was, lives are, are part of this country and of this society. and if they are part of this society, then it's a matter of representation of every single citizen. so also, as other religious groups are represented in germany in the same way he wants them, should also be there is a fear in regards to some and you know, we, as was them, we have to do our part honor to basically reduce the sphere. however many other voices believe germany has its own identity,
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which needs to be protected. he is one, he's lamb is not the majority in germany. there's depending on which city you are between one or 2 percent after maybe 5 percent and some big cities, 10 percent. that still 90 percent of non muslims, we have a certain condition and it's just the identity. and if you, if you see the skyline of cologne, how it is for the last centuries, the cathedral is a dominant factor. so it's tom said, the entity of cologne. every tradition in cologne, every believe in cologne, wherever you go, you'll find symbols of the christian identity. so to give away our identity, it's not carlo runs, it's not religious tolerance, religious tolerance is to allow the land a community to pray and moscow with head. but they should not dominate the sounds of the city of cologne. they should not announce for everybody to hear, but their law is greater than our christian. god. thanks,
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despite your biden's promise not to waste a single sense of american taxpayers. money on donald from migrant fence project, it's been discovered that $100000000.00 worth of steel has been left to ross on the us mexican border. caleb takes up a story. now let's be clear, the money has already been spent. the american taxpayers already purchased these the old columns on order from donald trump. but now biden is president and taxpayer money does continue to be spent, but not on building a wall that we're paying contractors for a while. was almost 5000000 a day between d o d and d h s to not to not build the border wall there, stacks and stacks of border wall panels. there has been a lot of talk about the cost of building donald trump wall along the border. but it turns out that the cost of not building the wall is also rather pricing the cost of the biden administration's efforts to suspend or terminate donald trump's trademark
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construction project had been tallied up to roughly one point $8.00 to $2000000000.00. the last contract was ripped up last week. now remember when biden promised that he wouldn't waste any more money on from the wall, which will be the policy of my administration that no more american taxpayer dollars be diverted to construct the board a wall. and that i am directing a careful reviewable resources appropriated all redirected to that. and well, biden's rhetoric doesn't account for the cost of letting all kinds of building materials go to waste. texans are not particularly thrilled with biden's decision, especially since problems along the border and only intensified. i think the money to finish building the wall and the materials needed to be done on a long time ago. it's not their money. it's our money. the tax payer's money. we
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bought it. i figure that to go ahead and utilize material, go to their finish, the board wall, stop the flow, legal and the spring, and we need a board by the minutes through the war and waste the money. do i used to live on the border of mexico and macallan for 8 years and i know what it's like in the office. what they should do is when it's the job of the border is about to be breached. so while americans are stuck with the bill for riding steel, the country's ongoing financial woes and rising national debt are only getting worse, meaning there's plenty of places this money could have been better spent left wing radical democrats don't understand the phrase, waste of money to them money is infinite, it comes from nowhere,
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it grows on trees and they take and spend as much as they want, as long as gives them power and controls the wall is more necessary than ever if you care about legitimate versus illegitimate emigration. if you're not trying to patch the united states of america full of illegal immigrants with no love for the country, no understanding of the founding of the constitution of the way politics works here . and the plan is to fill up the country with them and then complain that it's racist not to give them citizenship. and so the right wing will fold politically and give it to them in the next thing. you know, all these millions of immigrants will suddenly be voting at which point. democrats will win every national election. now waiting on line for you, the original captain could from star trek, has made it into space for rail. it means that act to william shatner, whose 90 is the oldest person to reach for the stars boldly flying around 100 kilometers above the west, texas. does it in
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a blue origin spacecraft be me up and date? you can see that story, and more at r t dot com still had hamil, earthly masses, moscow's open, free coven testing site, throughout the city, in response to a drastic spike, indian case is one of our correspondence, is among those getting checked out. we'll tell you about that after the break. oh, driven by drill shapes, bankers, and those with dares sinks. we dare to ask
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join me every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. and i'll be speaking to guess from the world politics sport, business. i'm sure business. i'll see you then. mm . ah ah ah. oh, hello again. britain's popular press is taking aim at one of its own half the claims and kremlin spiced all the formula for rushes. sputnik vaccine from the u. k
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. the story in the sun was widely picked up by other outlets, but now at least one rival newspaper has retracted its article and apologize to come to our attention that this was false as the information about the inventor of the sputnik v. vaccine gambling, national research center for epidemiology and microbiology is publicly known. the article also contained false information. as an apology, we are happy to set the record straight and published the following statement from the russian direct investment fund. of a sudden newspaper branded it report exclusive saying, an anonymous british government source had proof. the data for the rotten cobit jap was pinched by moscow's foreign agent in person. the criminal spokespersons responded to it all by describing the papers being famous for it's deeply unscientific articles or developers of sporting v. so they used the same scientific method they'd applied in earlier research to quickly make the vaccine against coven 19 the 1st register one in the world. russian scientists are now working on joint
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clinical trials with astrazeneca on a combination of the 2 vaccines. meanwhile, the british security minister, when question on the validity of the sun report, was, hasn't had to back the papers claims i'm can't comment won't comment on the specific case, but it would be fair to say correct to say that we face threats of this type that are different, they're more sophisticated, they're more extensive than they ever have been before. or journalist and former newspaper editor luxury of a says he's not surprised that the british dailies are turning on each other. and it's their unrelenting attacks on moscow, which is the real issue. while the competition and the british press is terrible. yeah. so especially for, for a capillaries like that. so no wonder that they are trying to show that the other one is not right. especially in this case that so a clear face use you know, you say the king is dead while the king is to the light. so that's a typical fake use. you know, it's
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a tabloid for which shot the scandal is the info. oh, scandal sells paper and also of course on the internet. and they don't really care about the truth. so then use and so even if it's so wrong, well, russia is usually bad. so why not say one more time, you know, that sort of all form stupid argument that could be in their mind. in the western press, simon jung was thin in the west and in the western press. it's l not one time. it is repeatable, it's every day. it is detailed news. big news always. russia is wrong. it's the message. this is fake news, giving only one part of the story, and there are so good at that in the european press of russia's daily corona, virus infection and death rights are hovering near all time highs with numbers in some regions, almost doubling in the past month. and a bit to try and curb the spread some regions of imposed compulsory vaccination for
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certain categories of workers as well as q r passes for venues. moscow, which is the most affected region as now launched free testing in 20 centers, including in the cities, largest shopping malls, to be to power reports from one of them. we're here in the heart of russia's capital in moscow on the red square in the gloom department store. for while it's been a place for people to get vaccinated. but now it is also one of the 20 centers that gets out free. express coven testers. these centers are being opened up as cases in russia continue to search in just the last few days, the number of new daily cases across country. his climb to almost 30000 figures as high as last winter with most of them being in moscow. however, many medical actors think that this is actually reaching the peak and that these numbers is rising numbers in cases are actually due to more tests being readily and easily available. and that's kind of why the also thing that this could be signaling an end to the search. because the more tests, the more cases are confirm,
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the more people are treated and less people get in fact it. well, this is the actual test site in the room where people have been steadily flowing in throughout the day to get their free express tests. all they need to show is their passport or a child's birth certificate. meet doctor andre lashley co. he's overseeing this test site and is responsible for making sure everything goes smoothly, and that the necessary steps are taken in case of a positive result. experienced this to you, this express task allows you to discover if a patient is potentially infected within 15 minutes or less. it's your other guy's chorister, though, it's so quick. how reliable is it a? so we, it's a special analysis that allows you to get results in a short time, and it's reliability is very high. nobody answers that, but if the result is positive, will another test occur rhythm business law of an up. of course, from the express test results, we tentatively assume
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a patient is infected. therefore, all of those who test positive are additionally tested via the p. c. our method and after receiving the final results, we make a decision regarding treatment, or we decide to stop the self isolation which the patient ideas to until the results are obtained well time and take the test. hopefully no surprises. mm hm. and that's it. now it is got to wait 15 minutes and the results should be in well found, find out it test results limit wasn't sufficient with fever. in my case, all are things simple. i'm healthy. i can carry on with my dear life now worrying about infecting anybody. so that's the test process, free, easy, and reliable medical experts hope that this approach will lead to much more tests
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being done, which will lead to earlier detection and better treatment of the virus. and eventually that should result in a zip of the recent surge of cases across russia. if i would have you all stay safe, good tested look after each other. i choose from moscow. for now, i'll call him bray. i'll have your next update in 35 minutes. ah, a beautiful job ocean was time on, but it was a mid august. also, a initial, it annoys. need. beautiful. with fresh. we'll teach. don't. don't love. who did they got that would, because if that's something you would prevent them with a wound got that's mental percentage of your properties was for what fin
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the but only the filled with what that should look like you with luck with nice seems to them of them when he's got though weiss when luck with him, so we'll do some more stuff for phillip keeps coming from the, from the news. ok. i live with us. that's the same. i was giving you this globe logo slave to me as i will continue to one wonderful, scared little squiggly with john thought of it, but are one why didn't pretty good us them. i mean, on i, besides in that we still live do what happened to the idea of tolerance and our politics. conservative. see their world being up ended. liberals view conservatives with contempt. of course, the media only makes things worse. we all lost hope and compromise and peaceful
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coexistence. thing isn't bad, so in business say you can't afford to miss. i'm ready to love it. and i've been one in washington coming up. the i'm of has slashed is group projections for the international community. a supply chain issues continue to rattle. markets straight ahead. we're going to bring you the latest figures and what it means for the world economy. plus southwest airlines is experiencing a 5th straight day of cancellations. that have left thousands of passengers stranded across the country. what is really going on here? we're gonna have a full report on the latest then william shatner's, long awaited trip his faith is right around the corner of us. got the upcoming blue origin launch and would it mean for the future of space travel? we have a lot to cover today,
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so let's get started. so let's begin. let's begin right here with big coin. it is on the rise again. in fact, the last 2 weeks have been very good for big coin pushing the world's largest crypto currency back to its highest point since may of this year. the crypto last traded more than 3 percent higher at 57530 after hitting as high as 57740. if you're keeping score and you should be, that's only 12 percent away from it's all time high of $65000.00 a coin. so what is fueling this rise? and how far is it going to go bring and do bus co host and crypto analyst slash enthusiast, christie? i christie. good to have you hear? a lot of this comes amid these increasing hopes and expectations that a big going futures atf could soon be approved. if that happens, 1st of all, what kind of effect would it have? and will it happen? do you think it's going to happen? i am part of this appreciative certainly have to do the atf, although i think we give it way too much credit. there are expectations that have
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been queen features could be approved soon, but we've heard that line about a 100 times in the past 2 years. but look how far the industry has come without having an atm actually being approved. i think the main part of their appreciation actually has to do with the increasing concerns about inflation. in more than transitory, we have food prices at peak level oil topping $8.00. so that's really hitting consumers that are starting to look back to the original peel coin, which is a store of value and something that is independent to the winds of any central bank . and interestingly to note, while goal was previously the, the factor store value as not the case anymore. but when in gold, one year correlation has been dropping to a point where it's about to turn negative, which means the 2 are no longer correlated. so big point is now the preferred inflation hedge if the dollar and real rates are rising. so with all that said, i think and if would be significant as that's what the big institutions have been demanding for the past couple of years to make a purchase is
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a big one. easier it's way to go through and to actually purchase individually through an otc broker, but they've been waiting for this many years. so most likely, all the institutional who work got tired of waiting. and they've already jumped on board because more than we do on the sideline, the more they locked out. so i think you'll be a great positive catalyst. but real impact wise, i think you'll be a minimum because everybody who would be in via e t. s. it's already in now there's a lot of questions about what the u. s. government is going to do in terms of regulation. and we're now hearing from the federal reserve that it has no plans to push for the manning of bitcoin. is that helping to fuel this price run that we're seeing as well? absolutely, there's been a lot of negative sentiment surrounding baker would be impending regulation and china banding it again. but these common from the fcc team to have enfolded investors.


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