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in sports like gymnastics, swimming here, is that documentary? see it? oh, naughty. ah, the french catholic church admit said bears institutional responsibility for decades of child sex abuse by clergymen. abuse victim tells r t. justice needs to be served. now, as is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institution, responsibility of the church to recognize all its crimes and only offenders has committed. what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states. and the european union of italian mirror accuses the e. u of putting lives at risk with its failure to stand. the influx of migrants across the mediterranean. also ahead really hard to breathe. i guess this was real war. might look like smoke grenades and nuclear subs and
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a voyage and rushes most modern worship. our correspondent travels to the country's far east to witness war games at close quarters. ah, wherever you are joining us from today for the news are welcome to moscow and to r t international this saturday. i'm, you know, neil french catholic bishops, how big knowledge dumped the church bears an institutional responsibility for decades of child sex abuse. the pledge to go beyond individual blame was made of an annual bishops conference, which this year it's largely devoted to addressing those crimes. these p to fall acts were made possible by the general context, operations, mentalities, practices within church. and now lies the responsibility of duty to provide justice
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and reparation. the bishops conference runs until monday, involving 120 top clerks from our cross runs. so far they've set up a commission on tackling child abuse and made recommendations on financial compensation for the victims. the country's top bishop also recently you turned on a claim that the church was bought by of, of secrecy when it came to abuse revelations uncovered during the act of confession . now we know that the bishops meeting was prompted by lunmark inquiry. it revealed the $3000.00 p to files have operated within the french catholic church since the 1950s. more than 300000 children were abused. but most of the victims boys age between 10 and 13. some of them shared their horowitz, stories with ah,
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ah, ah, issues is, i'm often asked why children don't talk about what happened. often this happens because the aggressor has a strategy. this is important to understand. i suffered from what is called aneurysm as i went to bed. my great uncle knew that and when i went to bed, he asked me to go to him. he told me that he wanted to explain to me how my body works. he moved very quickly from the field of anatomy to the field of sexuality and sex education penetrating me and molesting. mm . i experienced this when i was 11 years old. i was among
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a group of scouts one day during a meeting that priest asked me to stay. when we were alone, he relaxed me and then his actions went beyond what was usual. he took me by my leg, kissed me, said that i was his favorite on that this would be our secret. he kissed me on one cheek and about to kiss me on the other cheek. kiss me on the lips. this is sexual harassment. mm. it wasn't until i was 19 that i was able to realize what had happened to me because this is an unheard of level of violence and because it is simply unbearable and impossible for a child to understand. when i was 19, i told my parents what had happened to me, like many victims of violence. i spoke about it spontaneously. we watched a report on tv. it was a documentary about pedophile priests. my mom's 1st reaction was the words we were deceived. she found out that or other victims, some of her cousins also went through what they even then called sex education. they still called it what their aggressor called
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in to i story. nothing new on the $100.00 is terrible. on the other hand, it is commonplace. it took me awhile to realize i was a victims. i thought the priest locked me, never occurred to me that this was about saying, the trauma that i have left is not as serious as those who write to him. penetration occurs, a man who has written penetration is no, no man, he is half and in the public consciousness, a rate man becomes a homosexual. he loses his masculinity for a child who realize this, it becomes dramatic to grow up with his thoughts allows for the head of the catholic church, he has previously expressed his sorrow over at feelings in protecting miners. pope frances, also called for better training and a common systematic strategy for that was working with children and teenagers. now one of the victims we spoke to earlier saying that the pontiff must accept the church's responsibility for those masses of child abuse. cases
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in utah was the french is not the only country affected by this problem. it affected all the democratic countries because there is a church in all countries of the world. now it is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institution responsibility of the church to recognize all its crimes . and only a thanks is i as committed over mine, as adults are people in a vulnerable position. she needs to recognize the systemic nature of these crimes on the horrific scale. this is the most serious crime the 21st century. an italian murder has lush, died at the european union, blaming it for a quote, genocide of refugees in the mediterranean. earlier this week, more than 800 african migrants were rescued in italian waters. they're now being housed on the islands of lump a deuce of sicily. the mirror of palermo has lashed. i'd had both brussels onregional neighbors for feeling to help every deal with the crisis. from
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a yell to start the thing the what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states and the european union. nobody is helping italy. why isn't malta helping someone should tell malta that it's part of the european union monster is acting in a selfish and irresponsible way, like all other european states on may. the 9th on europe day, i wrote a letter to the president of the european commission on the land and then to the president of the european parliament. cecily is asking for the establishment of a european life saving social service away to prevent thousands of people from dying and known to care for you can record some startling figures the number of. busy on documented migrants arriving in italy has surged by more than 150 percent since last year and 460 percent since the year before that the european council has promised border nations additional support. but the murder of lum produces is the
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use lock of action is causing needless debts in order to prevent loss of life and to reduce pressure and european borders. mutually beneficial partnership and cooperation of countries of origin and transit will be intensified with international agreements and not respected europe is doing nothing. it has no strategy to solve this problem. and europe, we only talk about refugees. there is no strategy. only economic migrants who come to italy. the problem of migrants is, according to the search and rescue plan regulations, concerns old states and not just italy. you must enforce this regulation. make other states help migrants as well. we certainly cannot declare war on malta. if the u. n. has austell state to speak up and solve the problem from international agreements. and if, until now, the problem has never been addressed by anyone. it means there is no political will to try to solve the problem of migrants. we've repeatedly said that the problem is not being addressed by anyone, and if it is not addressed,
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that will be more deaths, more landings, and no end to ngo's helping migrants that see, this is the problem. there is no solution because no one wants to find it. nothing will ever change as long as things remain like this. a tragedy in west africa at least 94 people have been killed and dozens injured in a fuel truck explosion in sierra leone. vehicle collided with laurie and made capital free time. according to the murder, some of the victims had been trying to collect fuel from the ruptured tiger, just before the last happened. meanwhile, in the ah, scenes of chaos on bonfire night of the anti establishment 1000000 mom march, a dozen people were arrested on 8 people. if police officers injured now,
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the rally was led by the hacker group anonymous. it flares fireworks, all set off with officers repeatedly clashing with protesters. the march has been held each year since 2012 on. busy guy fawkes day and sees protest, her rally against government corruption, wealth and equality, and as of last year, cruel of ours restrictions unless take you to the middle east. hundreds have gathered in baghdad to the 9th last month's iraqi election is rigged. with some writers hurling rocks, much of the anger has come from some quarters of the a rum but alfonso coalition. their presence in parliament has been cut by almost 2 thirds. we discussed the situation with a political analyst in iraq. i believe the election committee should have taken into serious consideration of the whole stream of events, outlet that have occurred in the last few days, such as the character of the protests and the number of protesters. that's why the commission bears
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a significant part of the responsibility as it did not take this position seriously . instead, the commission could have reacted to some of the demands. it would have stopped. anyone attempting to wreak havoc on the political stage of compromise, security, misrepresenting the character of the demonstrations as well as the election itself, is that the demonstrate is declared that it would be the last chance for the election committee. they promised to further escalation, if there was no answer. allegedly, after these declarations, security forces attempted to storm the demonstrators camp. i was under the impression that the authorities already wanted to announced the results. but the protest as didn't want to accept the results as a fet, to complete, without being given any answers to their demands. as a result, we saw some clashes and these clashes are still continue and there were also wounded people and a number of extremists covered at the law. a slogan that was meant to promote respect from muslim women now sparked outrage among french politicians. it goes, freedom is in his job and was adopted by the council of europe as
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a raleigh cry for its anti discrimination campaign. but it was eventually pulled due to the overwhelmingly negative response. it promotes the wearing as the veil is a part of someone's identity. nelson is promoting the hey jobs. so janet field is in the values that france defense i deduced could. if i is when women take their they'll off that they become 3. now the other way around remembering that women are free to wear the he job is one thing to say that freedom is the he job is another, it's promoting it. is this the role of the council of europe? the slogan, freedom is in her job was thought up during an online work ship. the council of europe say's reflects what was said by some of the participants. now a fuller version goes, beauty is in diversity. us freedom is in her job. it's led to a fierce discussion right across europe with opponents saying that garment is an emblem of oppression. the issue is particularly hot in france as it was
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the 1st european country to introduce a bon on full face islam. it veils in public. and although wearing the head job is legal and it's not allied in certain public places, including schools and government offices in 2018, the united nations human rights committee said the french rule violates freedom of religion. earlier we discussed the story of a cross shambler and attorney, and partis and independent journalists, lucre of a they communicated very badly. the concept of the campaign is wrong because the freedom is to take it away. they jock, in awful, a woman mostly women are allowed in, in the opening public places in europe to where the headscarf fine, but to promote it. this is completely crazy. we might disagree, but they have the right to weigh with it. and the french generation, the friends and geographical difference, anglo saxon and france,
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people are lacking. people don't accept the young people, young woman, here in france, even the young french woman accept. they say if they want to wear this discard, let them work. you know, this was a bad campaign, and the war culture from the west is terrible and from the gain of places, and it's making inroads in europe. and this will lead to be problems with what you want to work. let's say that in france, just put it in perspective. in france, we have a lot that has been voted in 19 o 5, which is the freedom of calls which gives you which separates the state from the religion. so every woman has the right to word their stuff. this is really a big problem, is that the islamists use it to hold press women in the areas of problems with this and they go any more. and, and women where it just to have peace, i'm a party, i yeah, you what you say. but when you talk to muslim women here in france on,
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in other countries, you have some women that say that i want to learn that it's my freedom. and i feel ok, worrying that as to women in iran, and if you prefer sunni country, asked the women in saudi arabia gonna what they think of the heat shops when the police follows them to see if they are made up. and if they wear it shot well, all in black, that is diversity, not at all. thousands of environmental protesters descended on glasgow or host city of the copper 26 climate summit led by celebrity activist rather than bird. they're not healthy about what they see as a mere talking shop. tens of thousands of protesters turned out it's most under the age of 30. they are accusing world leaders, a feeling to clean up the mess they cause are urging them to take drastic action. activists of the notes, the policies are green, depaula. com, 26 us. so if serving are not sufficient to prevent temperature rises while
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the anti poverty organization. busy ox from is issued a new report accusing billionaires of driving climate change. the data is based on predictions of behavior up to 2030. it's expected that the carbon footprint of the richest, one percent will be 30 times above what is needed to keep the earth from warming more than this. suppose a tipping point of $1.00 degrees, the pollution they cause it will be greater than half of the world's perse combined . when the carbon targets seen as a way of curbing so labeled climate arm again, we're set by the purchase agreement park in 2015. the international treaty sets a 2 degree rise as an absolute limits of $1.00 degrees or less is the target. the head of ox. busy scotland said the globes riches are putting the world on course for disaster with their current lifestyle. were talking to the richest people,
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just one or say many or what 3 license i was in your office and luxury travel. even speech travel, we are highlighting space travel to the bullet gesture to be lit and luxury lifestyle, which is one percent the richest, 10 percent continue to drive the claimant price that those lifestyle already teach him the world to that creation where we'd be dangerous climate change getting more, more and more suffering last week to stream the luxury lice those of the most. then it will continue to strike that leading to the climate crisis. we would like to see government, for example, tracking on flight on helping to drive but we also want to keep government re, by not needed to drive why each point of action by taxing the most students with the highest, well nuclear subs
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a big caliber gun far unhappy war ships after the break, we had to rush as far east as the war games in action. ah, i what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even foundation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic development only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk with
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for years we were told that the way to stimulate the economy was to print money. and then when it became obvious that printing money was actually causing economic couple decline and bank failure, they had to come up with a narrative and that was the green narrative. the g narrative, the cop annual gathering narrative. and as you're pointing out, you're just switching chairs on the titanic, you're just going from one particular way to destroy the global economy using for your money to a different way to destroy the global economy using theat money. ah ok, let's talk meet you. k. producers are grappling with a staffing crisis that's being widely penned on brags, it's, but others claim the pandemic is the main factor. either way. we're at a critical stage, a shortage of butcher's mean firms are not sending carcasses to the
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e. u for processing before being re imported back again, the head of the british, me processors association told us the situation is desperate is not an ideal solution by any stretch of imagination. but it's borne out of desperation. ready in terms of we haven't got enough butch's. we were in the situation where nearly 70 percent of our workers were non u. k. a, mainly from europe. we've got a building up on farm and we've been trying to locate that that, that fly running on top of that to actually we've got the costs of exporting. so meet because of the actual else that gets all the handles. we have to go to actual needs. well, the british meat industry now has a stuffing shortfall of 15 percent since led to backlogs. at alba tours and processing plans. i sourcing that work to the e. u as an extra cost of around $1500.00 pounds per truck of carcasses. and that's even before the full import controls are put in place scheduled for next year. the
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british government is trying to ease the crisis offering 800 temporary visas for overseas butchers. it's also providing funds for coal storage and has launched the calling on disposal scheme to ease the backlog. nick ellen again thinks those measures won't solve the problem. i think they're being very intransigent to what they're doing to that not just to meet industry but to the, into, off the train. you know, we've worked hard during the kind of it and now it seems that way when, you know we, we. ready need a bit of help. so coming out of it and they don't seem to recognize that at the moment that we need about 121-2000 extra bush's. so $800.00 doesn't really go anywhere they need to have a proper analysis of the labor situation is in the country. can we will morning government, all of the problems, i'm recommending to them what they needed to do to avoid them. the government so chose to actually not implement those recommendations. a deep
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dive into the workings of russia's naval machine. the invitation of the military, our correspondent, konstantin rosco. i've got the chance to seal on a nuclear arm submarine also a battleship in far eastern waters. and it was an action packed and even exclusive journey. all right, and we've reached russia's most eastern frontier. they can chat with it insulin with to lay over it took us 14 hours to fly here from moscow on they saw military and 128. can probably see giant mountains in the distance, which is one of the trademarks of this region famous for its active volcanoes, earthquakes, and raw wilderness. all the which we can explore here is not nature, but russia's military might. in the pacific, the contract, the peninsula is part of russia's far east, a vast and largely unexplored region which stretches from alaskan the north to the
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japanese islands in the south. from the military standpoint, this lands important for maintaining rushes foothold and the pacific, and increasingly vallario part of the world, which has become an arena of a fear standoff between china and the us. right now, we're about visit b, home of russia's deadliest subs in the pacific. also, the closest russian naval base t b now is taking kaz, a nuclear capable vessels. we've got rare access to one of the most secret and well guarded. no true facilities in the country. in case of a full scale nuclear war with the u. s. which of course, no one wants. this would be one of russia's most important defences. ah, was a funny feeling because we're actually ending on top of a vessel that has actual nuclear warheads. and by the way, at least one of the submarines is always on a silent patrol mission some were in deep waters off the pacific ocean. and if
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russia comes out or nuclear attack, we subs can emerge safe optic house of california, right back with all its nuclear fire power, the military call it strategic deterrence for from can chat, got with lou to saline brush, his biggest island in the pacific near japan, here in the military simulated how they would fight off a naval invasion with while, as you can see, the iran has been launching. that means the via war exercises on sahalina islands have been officially kicked off time itself repelled, artillery goes in. first, it can fire at a distance long enough to sink enemy worships as they tried to approach the shore. then tanks rolling to finish the job. the military
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college firewall instead of explosives that go off at the same time to amplify the damage. as a rule were games are scripted and you know what comes next but no one from the press saw this coming. mm. oh wow. there is a large plume of smoke come in our way. yeah, i can see anything we've lost. oh, it's really hard to breathe. i guess this was real war. might look like the military said, i'm a huge smokescreen to practice how would conceal their movements. but because of to when it's not just the tanks and artillery that were engulfed by the fumes jacqueline, you know, right. are you hanging in there? most of the journalists who got caught in the smoke, started coughing and ran out. but look at this army officer, he stayed right in the thick of it the whole time as if nothing happened on this
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and that amount of okay, can you breathe? it's all good. he offered a 3rd part of these large scale drills. so we come on board, a latest russian warship right now we're heading to see where we're going to spending d conducting target practice drills. this is one of the most modern russian prevents put into service just a year ago. everything's brand new on the ship from artillery guns and rocket systems to italian coffee machines and freshly painted fire axes. with as a recon helicopter returns the drills, kick off, see this pyramid shaped object. it's a mockup, see mine that the crews going to throw overboard, sail away,
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and then try to hate from a distance. wow. so what are the, what are the ship's main guns and look, look, it's actually fired as a see my are worth it. so i wanted to ship spinning, got a k 630, and it's actually designed to, i hate about want to target like regular ships, but right now it's far as a dummy, as a training. see mine the next target, which is a mockup warship requires a larger gun. wow. wow. well, there was a, there was the ship's main gun and i actually ever got what i wanted to say. but when you're standing here on, on board with the enormous fire power, that's incredible. most not all target practice our commission. so the ship screw needs to be, especially during such intense training. so now we get to check out the ships
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cafeteria and see what a russian sailors die. it looks like again, we gotta check out the officers contain, which you can tell by the nice decorations on the walls. massive paintings depicting russia c victories yet the meal we had was no different from sailors or vegetable salad and meet soup and meat balls over rice and that tasted much better a yeah, what an adventure that was to cover. and a reminder for up to the minute developments this weekend, our twitter page is well worth a follow. i do keep me company again at the top, if you will, after some more great programs beginning in moments a ah
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ah, with this is boon. bought the one bed, the show you can't afford to miss ambridge a born washington coming up. the opec plus cartel has decided to maintain a steady boost in oil output, as the global energy crisis continues to heat up. straight ahead, we'll discuss the decision and the impact that will have blood global market are
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mostly up this week. but how did the major interview fair will break it all down, and the price that big coin can pop early friday morning on a report that a major u. s. supermarket chain would begin to accept the crypto as a form of payment. but there was just one problem that report to be false later on, bu, bus, co host, ben swan and chris, the i both lend their insight to the spike and other developments in the sector from fact. so today we'll dive right in and we leave the program with opec plus, sticking to its plan to gradually increase oil production as prices rise amid the energy crunch. now, despite pressure from the white house, the cartel decided to move forward with its plans to boost production by just 400000 barrels per day. over the next month, prices for international benchmark. brent crude and west texas intermediate both gains of roughly 3 percent on the day each sitting well above $80.00 per barrel. gasoline prices in the united states have served to 7 year highs,
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averaging $3.40 doubt or cents per gallon nationally.


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