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ah, ah, deadlines this hour india targets net 0 emissions by 2072 decades after most developing nations with this, the west pushes fraction at the cop 26 climate summit. we look at the difficulties facing countries dependent on fossil fuels, also to carmen, n h s. executive warns that mandatory vaccines for britain's health care staff could spark an exodus of workers and put lives at risk and france delays its retaliatory measures against u. k. in a row, over fishing rides after london threatens to take legal action. ah. good afternoon. you watching at international start this i with breaking news to you from afghanistan, where too powerful explosions,
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followed by gunfire have been reported at a military hospital in the capital. kabul will initial report to say at least 9 people were wounded in what appears to have been a suicide bombing. that's what we know so far. any more information that would bring it straight to you as we receive it. now the when's cop 26 climate summit? has got down to business in scotland, but india, one of the world's biggest pollutes, is, has set a net 0 targets of 2020, missing the summits target by 20 years. the indian prime minister is also boss for more money to be doled out, developing countries for their transition to cleaner energy. as a task taylor looks now though it how complying with the mission goals may not be that simple. for nations heavily dependent on fossil fuchs help, $26.00 his hair, and it is going to save us from doomsday over $100.00 wild need is
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a setting out their goals for the future. and that big ones, stop deforestation switched to renewables. 0 emissions an ohio electric. he nasty thing. nature like a toilet. we are digging our own grapes. humanity has long since run down the clock on climate change. it's one minute to midnight on that doomsday clock and we need to act. non client change has already ravaged world. we only have a referral for us to raise your vision to raise to me to task sounds great. the question is, who pay the biggest price for all these politicians patches? it's easy for both chad and co promised to turn off the light when they leave a room. but for others halfway around the world, saying no to fossil fuels is a luxury. they just can't afford. if there is called we leave. if there isn't any
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call, we don't leave one pass and east and, and get set up. but over 4000000 others all over the country would likely agree. because that's how many people rely on coal to keep a roof over their heads. and food on that pates the issue goes well beyond india, though, the developing large a industrialization stage, then you know what we call one space. our time. we don't that they will not be able to lift their societies out of poverty, coal consumption and coal as a basis for the livelihood will remain a fact for some time. in fact, tens of developing countries have come together terrified of what the grand goals of 0 emissions made up by rich nations will mean for them. this new goal, which has been advanced, runs counter to the parish agreement, and is until i equity and against climate justice demands for net 0 emissions. for all countries by 2050 will exacerbate further the existing inequities between
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developed and developing countries. it's not just that developing nations struggle as it is with fossil fuels. it's not just that millions of jobs will be also that millions will be punched into poverty. now, it's also that these nations are asking, why are we paying for greedy gonzalez? far away? the top 10 percent of countries consume 20 times more energy than the bottom 10 percent, and 1100000000 sub saharan african share the same amount of power generation capacity. as germany's 83000000 people, video gamers and california consume more electricity than entire nations. you won't hear anything about that a call 20 sex. and remember when times were tough, winter was coming. a gas was running low in europe. funny how no one was shouting about being a dirty source of energy when they begged for the taps to be turned back on. but you will hear them say they won't finance fossil fuel projects in developing countries. why? because it's far away and won't affect whether that warm on
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a chilly december night. though if the budget can stretch, they might lend a helping hand to ease the pay. we want to do more to help countries around the world, especially developing countries, accelerate their clean energy transition, address pollution in the sure the world. we all must share a cleaner shafer healthiest plan and we have an obligation to help make no mistake . this is not a judgment on green energy. the goals of those gathered in glasgow are undoubtedly noble. but do the politicians so desperate to be seen as the leaders who saved the pallet realize what that p. r friend, me slogans actually mean for millions of people. far away and even if they did what they do, anything differently, there are some countries are to actually have a small population but are consuming a lot of energy, an imaging, a lot of a gap into a car won't let people chrissy all around in most of the rich countries are,
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it's not clear that they're really going to win themselves away from home. and i don't think that they are very realistic targets they'll mark might be 2015. our bodies accord targets yet. so i think so there's a lot of bluffing going on here, and i don't read a lot of the, you know, the commitments or v i pledges being made by rich countries. and i, with the arrival of over a 100 world leaders to the scottish city of glasgow for the summit, they task triggered climate change, or protests outside people. hel van is there like enough is enough and we are watching ye. that the summit itself, the british prime minister, wound of a demons de scenario while referencing a james bond movie. meanwhile, the american president found that the united states would be leading by example in the fight against climate change. while they that despite recently calling for countries to increase their oil production are also made clear to opec
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major oral exported nations of the world. so that to production coach made during the pandemic, should be reversed as a global economic growth as a global economy recovers in order to lower prices for consumers. i'm releasing the u. s. long term strategy, which presents a vision of achieving the united states. gorb, niger, our mission is economy wide by no later than 2050. our national health service executive has called on the u. k. government delay it's mandatory co good vaccine policy for health care staff until next year and says it will help the medical service get through the difficult when to period. otherwise, he says the country does risk an exodus of unvaccinated workers and a worsening staff shortage. we've got a very, very difficult winter coming up and we know the n h s is going to be a full stretch. so it makes sense to set that deadline. once that period has passed,
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if we lose very large numbers of m vaccinated stuff, particularly over the winter period, then that also constitutes a risk to patient safety and quality of care. where this comes as u. k. paramedics have raised phase to an unprecedented crisis facing the ambulance service with one local department just last week. even pleading with the public to think twice before calling is there is simply not enough people to cover the workload that you can. government is also put the country's troops on standby to help the n h. s. cope with the winter season, and that could see them driving the ambulances assisting with vaccines and also providing other general support in hospitals. meanwhile, u. k. health secretary on friday did emphasize the safety and effectiveness of a knock elation urging any body he was eligible to get their winter boosted job. as soon as they could, a doctor told us though, that the vaccine issue is just the tip of the iceberg. when it comes to the staffing crisis affecting the enact, yes,
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there are reasons why people may choose not to get vaccine, not necessarily because they don't believe in the vaccine book. there may be the personal religious reasons or there may be other and personal health reasons. now we should allow individuals to have the flexibility to exercise their rights. it's a tricky one, isn't because as a healthcare professional, i want everybody to have the vaccine. but i understand this decision is personally working in the area. just a moment, ease and exhausting. you get up early in the morning and you stay late until evening and you're not quite sure whether or not you're going to manage to work and continue to be safe. certainly by the middle of the day you're exhausted. so fatigued is difficult to make decisions and you're worried about the afternoon patients will get high quality care. we simply don't have the workforce anymore to provide a safe service. and we have had a huge number of people who dna just especially of the last year. i have thought about the near just think anybody tells you that when it's leanne i just want to
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present it's probably lighting or researched by the health care workers foundation has shown that almost 75 percent of n h s staff have considered leaving within the past 12 months, nearly every 3rd health worker to saying that there was a strong likelihood that they would quit within the next year. the doctor once again says that the an a chest needs the government to take real action like never before. i believe the government thinks they're doing enough to help the n h s. i believe the government think the and i just is blanket that we take too much funding that we complain too much that we can probably give them all that is absolutely categorically wrong. the n h s is crumbling around us, we are all broken. we are all tired and we need the government to do all over the last 10 years, we had made a decent, sustained, and the key power point harry sustained investment in were folks. this could have been averted,
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but it's difficult to actually invest in keeping p when you're not sure if the money is going to come the following year and year after. you can only buy short packets of can short term. if you're not sure that the money is gonna come in the future, so the real problem that we have lack of sustained promised investment person macaroni france is delayed or talent free measures against the u. k. in iraq over fishing rights, in order to allow more time for talks, london did warn pirate steve threat setting that it was ready to take legal actions . let's get the latest now from northern france and go to our correspondent there charlotte labinski. good afternoon, charlotte. the sun is i, but this route has gone on a long time, hasn't them? is it likely it's going to end any time soon? do you think, given the sort of climb than that we've now seen from france? i'm not sure that that's going to be the case. i mean, these tensions have been going on now for many, many months and what we seeing here more delays to what is a result,
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whether that is for and putting the sanctions on the u. k. that it's been threatening over the last few weeks or the u. k. giving those licenses a to the french boats. what we do know is that those sanctions have been put on ice yet again as further discussions do take place later this week, the sanctions that the french have been talking about a pretty serious, they've talked about increased custom controls on laurie's coming into frogs, not allowing british tool, a boat to land their catch in french waters. so, you know, there have been, lot of sanctions, is even been the discussion of either increasing the price of electricity to the channel islands or even cutting it off. so this is some pretty serious stuff, both sides accusing each other of being in the wrong here are but the u. k. foreign secretary list trust says it's time for those threats to stop
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threatening a u. k. a fishing vessels stop threatening the channel, ports and accept the we are entirely within our rights to allocate the fishing licenses in line with the trade agreement as we have done. now, there has already been one person who has fallen foul of this fuel. a casualty that was a british trula that was detained by the french authorities last week. the french accusing the skipper of that trula of not having the right licenses to fish in french water for scallops. now, as a result, the boat was detained and we understand that the skipper is facing those charges will appear in court next year if found guilty could face a fine of up to $75000.00 euro. so, you know, that's new small beer when you're looking at what the results could be of this escalation of any tensions between the french and the brit over fishing licenses.
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now france, once more license is, it says that the u. k. must provide these license under the withdrawal agreement for the brag seat a cord or the u. k says look, we're abiding by everything that we committed to. so, neither side wanting to particularly stand down in this situation. those talks ongoing. but for fishermen who rely on being able to go to british waters to land, they catch that french fisher men here they are just fed up with all of these delays. and only we have been in limbo regarding the issue of access to british waters, new jersey, in guernsey for 11 months. now. i know very well the tactical maneuvers by both sides. everyone immediately beginning to flex their muscles. fishermen, however, do not want to live on benefits. they want to earn their own money. so normally between now here in billings soon there, which is frances largest fishing port fishing is a huge industry. it's not just about the fishermen who go out and want to fish in
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those british waters this also about the vendors and the knock on the effect that that has on the economy of a poor town like this. and we've been speaking to locals here. you say that they not only fully support the idea of sanctions, but they ready to blockade the port. it's necessary that the british give licenses to the french. i know they protect their own interest really so that they need to stick to their commitment. is it equal to the british waters are richer in fish than the french? he gas fish mongers. we aren't happy because the british fish is what we sell. the most jessa french fishermen used to go to the u. k for work, but not this year. have all, it's forbidden, we have the right to nothing. is there at least $45.00 boats here at the lawn? got, but only 5. have a license is also an accusation from the british that this is a bit more than just about the fishing licenses. that this is about politics, particularly as ad there is a presidential election here in france in the next 6 months. although our present michael hasn't officially declared yet,
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it is expected that he will be seeking re election. and this is seen by many in the u. k as being his way of shoring up some support ahead of those it difficult election months. and that this is an issue that's been used as a wider political reason, or we know that as on cast x, the french prime minister, a he had written to the european union calling for the union to act more strongly against the british. and also suggesting that this was a way of perhaps showing other would be briggs, etc, a type countries in the u if they're thinking of doing the same. but leaving the block is incredibly difficult. the talks though, on these fishing licenses, due to take place later this week, we'll wait for the results of that. but i would just say, given what we've heard over the last few months, neither is going to be likely to let the other off the hook very easily. yeah, probably will get a lot more fiery rhetoric to. okay. thanks. charlotte. charlotte kaminsky reporting there from jordan from i berlin's chief of police is apologized,
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are for offices were photographed exercising on the cities holocaust memorial. are these images reportedly taken by the police themselves, see, show men in uniform doing pushups on the blocks, off the memorial. the police chief had the strong worst to say after the incident. this behavior by colleagues is a disregard for what this memorial stands for and does not correspond to the respect that must be shown to it. this undermines the remembrance of those who a method where we talk to a holocaust researcher, who does think that education is the only way to prevent the sort of thing from happening. and that we have to teach at school. there when you burn a cat's tail, it's, you know, everybody gets horrified, but when you stand on something which is ok, there is actually a certified to another person. it's not. and sanctified in a very,
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in various ways. now they knew what they're doing and the fact is that we are playing with fire radio. we are, you know, because if we're not doing the proper education to understand what is morality and was good and evil them morality of us. 8 it stands for the fact that that even shows that when we are crossing a moral line in our classes and we know that we are doing it reporter for the u. s. media giant nbc and screw ridicule for asking the secret service. if the, let's go, brandon phrase is actually a threat to prison. joe biden safety or the journalist face to backlash for what some commentators saw as an attempt to demonize the anti biden me. i call to ask the secret service whether they consider joe biden emblazoned on an assault rifle
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to represent a security threat to the president, which i think is a reasonable question. the fact that a journalist at nbc doesn't understand how the 1st amendment works is a far greater threat than this engraving. can you provide any examples of times you contacted secret service during the trump administration? for similar threats? did you call the secret service? when de niro said that same thing about trump on national tv, which had exposure to tens of millions of people? this is the equivalence of calling 911 overheard feelings, absolutely. embarrassing. and in case you didn't know the phrase, let's go. brandon does originate from a car race in alabama, a reporter interviewing driver, brandon brown, mistakenly thought that the crowd was chanting his name, when in fact they were shouting insults at joe biden. it's now widely used by republicans to demonstrate their dissatisfaction with the president or recently hand. american pilot came under her scrutiny from his air line for signing off to
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passengers with the catch phrase. it led to a storm of condemnation from the democrats, and also from mainstream media, with calls for the pilot to be sacked. some cnn analysts have also compared the incident to an islamic extremist making a statement in support of isis. as an experiment, i'd love for a southwest air pilot to say, long live i says before taking off, my guess is that the plane would be immediately grounded, the pilot side, and a statement issued by the airline. within a matter of hours. if someone said, i had to choose one tweet as a museum exhibit to illustrate the rod of modern day corporate media, i actually might choose this one an x f b i agent. now, needless to say, employed by cnn equating a mildly crude anti biden's slogan with a loyalty pledge to isis while the mainstream media and apparently trying to shut down the. let sco brandon means and jokes. but previously, when present donald trump was in office. similar language as we heard was
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frequently used in the media. journalist chad whitmore, believe's, the lecturer, applying double standards, varying chums president the how many death threats did he get from? from celebrities and from dish and start to violence, death, cricket, nothing. it's not that bad. conservatives are just over reacting. you know, this is a line. they give somebody says, let's go branded other ph. and it's like all hell break. the double standard. there are not going away anytime soon. this is just the robi live and it's perfectly fine if you were to say black live matter or anything like that. that was the boarding, leftist cause, and also equally likely charged. but as soon as you expose yourself is not on that side, well, they're going to come per year, especially the media, and they're probably going to call you a terrors they, we should have seen this coming, of course, as soon as the media got rid of donald trump, course they're all against in the last election. the next step we're start coming after every day, people like this pilot, like anyone who voted for him,
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like anyone who supported him. and i think we're only going to be seeing more of this as a media sort of scrambled for these billions that they need to continually hunting down and destroy their lives more. there is more evidence to that the president's popularity is on the slide. the state of virginia in the united states is holding the election for a new governor a year ago. joe biden won there by a landslide, but now it is pretty much impossible to predict the outcome of this latest. whoa, whoa, whoa. suggesting that the democrats and the republicans are actually neck and neck . kelly morphine has more. as the us state of virginia moves to elect its next governor, things are more interesting than usual. the democrats are looking to secure their position in a state that is not solidly in their camp. republicans are looking to swing a victory, hoping to set the stage for retaken congress in the mid term elections. not even a year ago, joe biden won the state by over 10 points,
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but now or republican is the front runner in the race for governor. a lot can change in just a few months, left liberal progressive agenda. it's been trying to take over our day. shouldn't take over the commonwealth of virginia is absolutely being rejected by virginia. it is joe by that has the democrats on the defensive is afghan pull out and vaccine mandates have not been a big hit with the virginia public. lot republicans are split over the benefit of having donald trump indoors their candidate. we get along very well together and strongly believe in many of the same policies, especially when it comes to the important subject of education. bivens certainly thinks the trump connection is a vote loser. i ran against donald trump. terry is really good. i'm actually of donald from the virginia election is turning into a battle field of ideas and proxy war between 2 american political super powers.
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republicans wrapping up the outrage about critical race theory in schools, vaccine mandates and an assault on america's traditional values. democrats are pushing stability reforms and financial support. they are emphasizing that their guy has more experience and they say populism is very dangerous. there have been a few tricks on anti trump, roop staged a mock white supremacy rallying republicans are being accused of distorting the conversation around critical race theory pandering to racism. whoever ends up governor, the lesson will be just as much about how us political discourse is changing. and where are these heated words and big divisions will ultimately lead. and if the democrats lose this election, they may take it as a harbinger of some very bad things. to happen during the mid term elections next
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year. there's certainly many democratic candidates for office next year who are going to be looking very nervously at the impact that the presidents ratings are having the president biden has not proved to be a particularly popular president. he was never going to be popular with republicans, but even among democrats, i think many of them are looking at him as not a particularly effective leader. that many of his public policies are not nearly as popular as he might have anticipated. now, many people, the united states tend to both party as opposed to individual. what might have been much more focused on the local aspects of elections for the united states. house of representatives. more and more i think people are starting to look at these as basically elections that are essentially national elections. ok, a reminder then of our breaking news decide from afghan is stan what appears to
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have been a suicide bombing. the military hospital in the capitol compose has reportedly killed at least 15 people and wounded more than 30 others. that's the latest from there. of course, i will bring you up to date as soon as we get any more information just coming up to her passport in the afternoon. moscow you watching arte back again at the top of the me i ah, ah, with ah, in russia this kind of car was discontinued more than 20 years ago. even though
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bridget boring. washington, coming up as the world's most powerful nation, met at the deep 20 summit in rome, leader rally together to talk about tackling the ongoing going supply chain. well, well discuss what came out of the summit plot. we take you back to the trade feed, where the united states in european union are teaming up to take on what they call over capacity from chinese producers. then american airlines cancelled early 2000 flights in a single weekend, putting the blame on staffing shortages and bad weather. well discussed with an expert in the field. we have a lot to cover today. so let's get started. and we leave the program to follow up to the weekends meetings of some of the world's wealthiest nations. during his speech, president biden called on leaders of the g 20 summit to come together to solve the world's supply chain issues. as they continue to threaten the state of the global recovery and independent damage is the ultimate keyed on locking the disruptions
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for all content anyway. but we have to take action now together with our partners in the private sector, to reduce the backlogs that were facing. and then we had to prevent this from happening again in the future. in addition to calling on other world leaders to help resolve supply chain issues, president biden also outlined action he is taking to resolve log jammed in the us. i'm announcing to further steps. first, i'm allocated additional funding to help american partners, as well as the united states, cut port congestion by slashing red tape and reducing processing times. so the ships can get in and out of our ports faster. and 2nd, i'm signing an executive order that will strengthen our management of the united states, defense stockpiles for minerals and materials that allow us allow us to react and
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respond more quickly to sure. and joining us now to discuss this boom, but co host ben swan and chris the, i bet i want to start with. you tell us about these new measures by the administration to open up supply chains. we just heard from biden, yeah, we did, and there's a couple of issues here. and i think the biggest thing is they wanna work with they specifically with central america and latin america. they say to be able to really work through a process of getting more financial assistance in those countries so that those countries can provide more help to the united states in terms of fixing the supply chain issues. and then the other issue they say is cutting the red tape for customs and so that they don't have to deal with as much hold of time at the border. now christy, we know that the 2 major ports where the backlog has happened are the ports of los angeles and long beach. now both of those ports have announced new fines on cargo carriers. so what are the details on that? yeah.


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