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oh, business i'm show business. i'll see you then. mm . ah, the french catholic church admits it bears institutional responsibility for decades of child sex abuse by its clergyman and abuse. victim tells are, teen justice needs to be, sir. now it is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institutional responsibility of the church to recognize whole its crimes and only offences has committed a setback for joe biden. the u. s. court of appeals rules in favor of the states that filed lawsuits against the governments vaccine mandate for large private firms . what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states and the european union. and an italian mayor accuses that he knew of putting lives at risk with its failure to stem, the influx of migrants and refugees across the mediterranean. ah,
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5 am here in moscow, and you're watching our team international. i'm your host donald quarter. welcome to the program. french catholic bishops have acknowledged that the church bears institutional responsibility for decades of child sex abuse. the pledge to go beyond individual blame was made at the annual bishops conference, which this year is largely devoted to addressing those crimes. these p to fall acts were made possible by the general context, operations, mentalities m practices within the church. the now lies the responsibility of gt to provide. justice and reparation. the bishops conference runs until monday involving 110 top clerics from across france. so far they've set up a commission on tackling child abuse and made recommendations on financial
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compensation for the victims country's top. bishop also recently backtracked on a claim that the church was bound by a valid secrecy when it comes to abuse revelations uncovered during the act of concession of confession. the bishop's meeting was probably prompted by a historic inquiry. it revealed that 3000 pet files have operated within the french catholic church since the 1950s, more than 300000 children, were abused most with most of the victims being boys aged between 10 and 13. some of them shared their harwick stories with us. me in, [000:00:00;00]
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in this, i am often asked why children don't talk about what happened. often this happens because the class has a strategy. this is important to understand. i suffered from voice called a new recess or what the bed. my great uncle knew that 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 me. i experienced this when i was 11 years old. i was with 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,
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said that i was his favorite and that this would be our secret. he kissed me on one cheek and about kiss me on the other cheek kissed me on the lips. this is sexual harassment. me. it wasn't until i was 19 that i was able to realize what happened to me because this is an unheard of level of abuse. and because it's simply unbearable and impossible for a child to understand. when i was 19, i told my parents what happened to me, like many victims of violence, i spoke about. it's montana. usually we watch report on tv. it was documentary about pay to fall priests. my mom's post reaction was the words we were received. she found out that there were other victims, some of her cousins also when through what they even then called sex education. they still call that what their aggressive cold boot ah, my story is nothing you. on the one hand it is terrible. on the other hand, it is commonplace, it took me awhile to realize that i was
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a vixen. i thought the priest loved me. it never occurred to me that this was a bad thing. the trauma that i have left is not as serious as those who were rapes when penetration occurs. a man who is raped is no longer a man. he is half a man in the public consciousness. a raped man becomes a homosexual. he loses his masculinity for a child, he realizes this, it becomes traumatic to grow up with this thought. as for the head of the catholic church, he is pro previously expressed his sorrow over failure to perfect to protect miners . pope francis also called for better training and a common strategy for those working with children and teenagers. one of the victims we spoke to earlier says the pope must accept the churches responsibility for child abuse cases. the newest ursula serene france is not the only country affected by this problem. it has affected all democratic countries because there was a church in all countries of the world. now it is necessary for the pope himself to recognize the institutional responsibility of the church to recognize all its
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crimes and all the offences that it is committed over minus over adults of a people in a vulnerable position. it needs to recognize the systemic nature of these crimes and that who reflect scale. this is the most serious crime of the 21st century. italian mayor has lashed out at the european union, blaming at for quote, genocide of refugees in the mediterranean. earlier this week, more than 800 african migrants were rescued in italian waters. they are now being housed on the islands of lampa, duda, and sicily. a member of the boats carrying the migrants 1st passed through walter's designated search and rescue zone. but the maltese authorities ignored their distress calls to the outrage of many italians, the mayor of palermo on his part lashed out at both brussels and regional neighbors for failing to help italy deal with the crisis. me as to start this thing, the. what is happening in the mediterranean is a real genocide that weighs on the conscience of european states and the european
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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, von de leon, and then to the president of the european parliament, solely asking for the establishment of a european life, saving social service away to prevent thousands of people from dying at sea loan together or you can recruit. a number of undocumented migrants arriving in italy has surged by more than 150 per cent since last year, and 460 per cent since 2019. the european council has promised additional support for border nations, but the mayor of lamb produces says, the e was lack of action is leading to 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
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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 for only economic migrants who come to italy. the problem of migrants is, according to the such and rescue plan regulations, concerns old states and not just italy. you must enforce this regulation make on the face, how migrants as well. italy certainly cannot declare war on molds up if the u. n. has austell states to speak up and solve the problem through international agreements. and if, until now the problem has never been addressed by any one. 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, 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
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will ever change as long as things remain like this. slogan that was meant to promote respect for muslim women has sparked outrage among french politicians. it goes, freedom is in her job and was adopted by the council of europe as a rallying cry for its anti discrimination campaign that the organization eventually pulled that campaign. due to overwhelmingly negative responses, it promotes the wearing of the veil as a pot. if someone's identity, don't see it from noting the hedge. absolutely get out. feel as if the values that france defense i deduce could if i is when women take their, they'll off that they become free. now the other way around remembering that women are free to wear the he job is one thing to say that freedom is in the he job is another, it's promoting it. is this the role of the council of europe? the slogan, freedom as in his job was thought up during an online workshop. the council of europe says it reflects what was said by some of the participants. a fuller version
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goes. beauty is in diversity. as freedom is in, he had job, it's led to a fierce discussion right across europe with opponents saying the garment is an emblem of oppression. but the issue is a particularly hot topic in france as it was the 1st european country to introduce a ban on full. busy face islamic vales and public and although wearing that job is legal, it's not allowed in certain public spaces that include schools and government offices in 2018, the united nations human rights committee said that the french rule violates freedom of religion. earlier we discussed the story with a parisian attorney and an independent journalist. 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 difference and
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geographical difference, anglo saxon and france, 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 in all 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 them. is it what you want to work? let's say that in france, just put it in perspective. in france, we have the law that has been voted in 19 o 5, which is the freedom of call, which gives you which separates the state from the religion. so every woman has the right to work their stuff. this is really a big problem, is that the islamists use it to hold press women in the areas of france with this and they go any more and,
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and women where it just to have peace. i'm up partly i part yeah. you what you say . but when you talk to muslim a woman here in france on, 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, 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. set back for president biden. the u. s. federal deals court is temporarily putting the u. s. government's vaccine mandate for large businesses on ice under the move companies with over $100.00 employees would have had to ensure workers get vaccinated or tested weekly. the court cited quote, grave statutory and constitutional issues with the mandate. it comes after $27.00, mostly republican states filed lawsuits against the rule which was set to be
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enforced by early january. it's also expected to effect around $84000000.00 us workers. the white house is however optimistic that its mandate will be passed on. this matter can withstand these terms. um, so we are very confident that a can to quote from last night call on this at the, the new emergency temporary standard is wit, well within osha's authority under the law. and consistent with osha's requirements to protect workers from health and safety hazards, including infectious disease. we spoke of podcast justin, robert young. he thinks the situation will further a road public confidence invite him. under his administration, the cdc said that anybody who's vaccinated shouldn't wear a mask, and then they did the hokey pokey and said no, no, you do have to wear a mask. they have said that a boosters were not necessarily going to be thing and mandates from knocking necessarily going to be
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a thing and now we have both boosters and mandate. so if he goes back on this, it will, i think, a road, some of the confidence that biden came in with, remember, he was partly elected because he was the adult in the room. he was somebody for whom was a political veteran that would not see a new problem if he doesn't show. com, even handed leadership on this. and i don't think he particularly has on this or many other things that he's going to continue to see his approval rating a road like it is right now. and it's under water by nearly 10 points. and also we're seeing the rubber hit the road a literally when it comes to some industries that by the ministration ruled and osha ruled that a lot of truckers in america would not have to comply with this. because the, by the ministration also has a real big problem with the supply chain and having less truckers on the road is not something that they want. so there's, there's a lot going on here like so much that is happening with cove it, there's more than meets the eye at least 8 people are dead following a crowd surge at
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a music festival in texas and the victims identified so far. the youngest were 14 and 16 warning you might find the following. images upsetting dozens more were injured at the concert site. some severely lease asked for no speculation about what led to deaths and injuries. but there was a massive crush in the crowd and he lost consciousness. and collapsed and cpr was seen being administered, causing mass panic were about 50000 tickets. sold for fridays opening night of the now canceled music festival, although many more are believed to have attended. earlier in the day before tragedy struck, people were filmed storming the events, security perimeter, and knocking down metal detected a tragedy in west africa. at least 94 people have been killed and dozens injured in a fuel truck explosion in sierra leone. the vehicle collided with another laurie in the capital of free town, and according to the mayor, some of the victims had been trying to collect fuel from the rupture tanker just before the blast took place
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with and in the middle east, the iraqi prime minister has survived an apparent assassination attempt unscathed, according to officials, mustafah al cadina's residence in the baghdad green zone was targeted by drones laden with explosives is not clear who was behind the attack. the iraqi capital has been rocked by deadly protests and recent weeks following the parliamentary elections. demonstrations, demonstrators have denounced the pole as fraudulent after pro iranian parties lost some of their parliamentary power. earlier we discussed the situation with augment rush, rusty, former policy advisor to the iraqi parliament about god. the mean action dad's become dramatic in the rocky politics is the demonstrations that happened on october of 2019. it was
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a way to divert the political process in iraq because it will it end up with what will happen now with the results of disconnection. first, low turnout, which means that the rock is desperate from this bold to go process dot build up by the americas. the 2nd is that inside the shia camp, there are a real struggle, a real conflict between all the shall blocks, especially the 2 arms of the sub list and the others, the protein yet. and the 3rd thing, which is also just, i said, also very important is that now there are independent m p. 's a presented inside the iraqi parliament. we of the sub. now talking about a majority government in 10 days, maybe the talk will be different. it will end up with compromise, it will end up with a compromise government. it will end up to reshape the iraqi politics in a way another that all those pro iranian and tyranny and
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a presented inside one tent. one of the cop 26 global climate change summit has been kept with a giant protest. the whole city of glasgow has seen daily rallies while on saturday . tens of thousands of green activists arrived. ortiz east ali reports from the scene as the 1st week of the call 26 climate change summit held here in closet of scotland comes to an end and estimates of 50000 people attending this approach. as to through the streets to make their voices heard. under a heavy police presence, you're seeing the helicopters in the sky monitoring as this march winds through, and other groups breaking off from this process. taking more direct action blocking off a bridge over the river. clyde, early and now we've also been speaking to some of those who are attending this protest. and as far as they're concerned, they want to see less in the way of words, a more in the way of action. i'd like to see less talking and more action. the
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companies that are producing the most pollution should be taxable. so that's very straightforward. made me feel about present feels night, any police and you may need to actually make a new day. yeah. they need to change their policies and then the think about the format rather than they're not big, huge move away from fossil fuels towards renewable energy, very concerned about climate change and they give that we have the solutions, we just need the will to do it. you know, sometimes people out here not to sound kind of get mental, but they don't understand the complexity me intricacies. like just to say the boss a lie now like that to see simplistic cause. some of the community is most affected by go. i will change off that indigenous communities around the world organize a community. the forefront are not the head of these protests. we make sure that noise is hot. now somebody problem isn't from an indigenous community,
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is the credits and bug swedish activist. she said yet today the 26th was an example of a green washing by the rich and welfare northern hemisphere nations. now one of those delegates from one of those nations is john kerry. he is the crime at envoy for the say. he said, my god talks ongoing between countries like russia and china, who didn't call 2015 and other countries around the world to try to seek a break through an international agreement on how to help the environmental with. meanwhile, the anti poverty organization oxfam has issued a new report accusing billionaires of driving climate change. the data is based on the predictions of behavior of up to 2030. it's expected that the carbon footprint will of the richest, one percent will be 30 times above. what is needed to keep the earth from warming more than the suppose a tipping point of 1.5 degrees celsius. the pollution they caused will be greater
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than half of the world's poorest combined. the carbon targets seen as a way of curbing so called climate armageddon, were set by the paras agreement back in 2015 international treaty sets a 2 degrees celsius rise as an absolute limit. but $1.00 degrees or less is the target that of oxfam. scotland says the globe's richest, are putting the world on a course for disaster with their current lifestyle. we're talking to the richest people just one or say many or what relates to those in your office and luxury travel even speech travel will highlight space, travel to the bullet gesture to say look, it's the luxury, lifestyle, richest one percent. the richest 10 percent continue to try to play the price that those lifestyle already teach him the world to creation where we'd be dangerous climate change, give them more property, more hunger,
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more suffering last week to stream the luxury lifestyle and most then it will continue to strike that leading to the climate crisis. we would like to see government for example, tracking light that we know on helping to try to explain the price. but we also want to keep government rate the finance needed to drive wage going to action by taxing the most with something. well, you can meet producers are grappling with a staffing crisis. the situation has been widely pinned on breaks it, but other claim. others claim that the pandemic is the main factor. either way, things are at a critical stage. a shortage of butcher's means firms are now sending carcasses to the e. u for processing before being re imported back again. here's the take of the british mead processors association on that. it's not an ideal solution by any stretch of imagination,
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but it's borne out of desperation. ready in terms of we haven't got enough butch's . we were in a situation where nearly 70 percent of our workers were non u. k. a, mainly from europe. we've got big building up on farm. we need to trans. okay. that fly running on top of that. actually we've got the costs of exporting. so meet because of the extra else gets all that handles. we have to go say, we'll meet the british meat industry now has a staffing shortfall of 15 percent fled to backlogs that are between ours and processing plants out sourcing that work to the you adds an extra cost of around $1500.00 pounds per truck of carcasses and that's before full import controls are set to be put in place. next year. the british government's trying to ease the crisis, offering 800 temporary visas for overseas butchers. it's also providing funds for cold storage and has launched a calling and disposal scheme to ease the backlog. nick allen again though, says that these measures will not solve the problem. i think they're being very
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intransigent and what they're doing for that. not just to meet industry but to the entire train. you know, we work hard during the time. now it seems that when we need a bit of help, so coming out of it and they don't seem to recognize that amendment, that we need about 121-2000 extra butch's. so $800.00 doesn't really go anywhere they need to have a proper analysis of what the labor situation is in the country. when we were warning governments of the problems, i'm as recommending to them what they needed to do to avoid them. the governments, i chose to actually not implement those recommendations. now we take a deep dive into the workings of rushes, naval machine. at the invitation of the military, our correspondent got the chance to sail on a nuclear armed submarine, and on a battleship and for eastern waters, it was an action packed and even explosive journey. here's our t constantine rascals. all right,
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and we've reached russia's most eastern frontier. they can chat with an insulin with to lay overs. it took us 40 hours to fly here from moscow on they saw military, an $128.00. can probably see giant mountains in the distance, which is one of the trademarks of this region famous for his active volcanoes, earthquakes, and law 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 japanese islands in the south. from the military standpoint, this lands important for maintaining russia's food, holden, 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 the home of russia's deadliest subs in the pacific.
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also, the closest russian naval base, d, b, united states has nuclear capable vessels. we've got rare access to one of the most secret and well guarded mo, true facilities in the country. in case of a full scale nuclear war with the u. s. which of course, no one was this would be one of russia's most important defences. ah, was a funny feeling because we're actually standing 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 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
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for from can chat, got with lou to so helene 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 the self propelled 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 college firewall set of explosives that go off at the same time to amplify the damage. as a rule, wargames are scripted and you know what comes next but no one from the press saw
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this coming. 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 they would conceal their movements. but because of the wind, it's not just the tanks and artillery. they were engulfed by the fuse equity even though right or anything in there. most of the journalist 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 to check on this and that amount of okay, can you breathe? that's all good. he offered a 3rd part of these large scale drills. so we come on board, a latest russian warship and right now we're heading to see where we're going to spend the entire be conducting
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a 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, and i try to hate from a distance. wow. so one of the, one of the ship's main guns and can look, look, it's actually fired as a c mine. ah worth it. so i want to ship spinning, got a k 630, and it's actually designed to,
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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's crew needs to be, especially during such intense training. so now we get to check out the ships cafeteria and see what a russian sailors die. it looks like again, we gotta check out the officer's canteen, which you can tell by the nice decorations on the walls. massive paintings depicting russia see victories yet the me we had was no different from sailors for vegetable salad,
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russian meat soup and meat balls over rice and that tasted much


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