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ah ah, stores a truck in for this our food and medical aid and showed supplies thousands of migrants. camp at the board is still between belarus and poland. preferred night. our correspondence still at the scene reporting back. apparently this girl apparently with a branch. now she's bleeding in, she needs help, but the problem is that there aren't letting her out. there are no doctors around and i was really, nobody knows what, how to deal with this co, vague cash, ro, maternal locked in a bit of battle with the u. s. government over the lucrative rights to its vaccine and with the prob, into the discredited trump, russia, das, here on the way we look at how the mainstream media and the democrats are refusing
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still to face the fact ah, by the fog for moscow. welcome to the program. this is out international. it's kevin over here for the next hour with our latest from will these h q? first, the united nations high commissioner for refugees has criticized the use handling of the migrant crisis ongoing at the poland. belarus border and says the barbed wire push backs and violence or unjustifiable methods of trying to deal with the situation. it comes as thousands of asylum seekers camped for a 3rd night in di conditions along the frontier in the hope of eventually gaining entry to the e. u will make time the still no access to the border area for humanitarian assistance from the e. u side of that was requested yesterday. several tons of aid though, including food water, warm clothes, were provided by the pol, russian branch of the red cross,
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local officials and civil activist shipping in to help her best they could. with more how people are coping in the camp and it gets so colder at night. his art, he's constantine rush, coff. one of the 1st thing that he noticed when he entered the campus, just the smoke fixed smoke from the camp fires. and when you spend just a couple of hours in this fix, smoke, you feel dizzy and your eye sore, but these people have to take it in 247 non stop to stay warm. these migrants need lots of firewood, but even cut the tree to live is a problem. if you don't have the skills or proper tools, having something as simple as an ax almost becomes a matter of survival here. where did you get the x? this all the colors gave you just gave you just gave you for help. go for help and it's an all hands on deck approach. even children are being sent out into
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the forest to collect dry sticks and branches for bonfires. wow, good job. but wandering around in the woods can be dangerous. these girls just come back from the forest with blood all over her face. evidently this girl, sadly, with a branch. now she's bleeding and she needs help. but the problem is that there are no metrics around. there are no doctors around and really nobody knows what, how to deal with this proper medical help is in high demand, as people suffer from the cold and lack of food. in the morning we came across a boy who was barely responding and a worried mother had thought her son was not going to make it. later the day was stopped by again to check on the family. the boy had improved but still feeling sick. according to his friend who speaks english, yet everybody is determined to stay. but you guys, you have no food,
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it's really cold and you think it's ok, it is worth it to hear instead of data home at sources. why sources have you ever been to rog? no, no, that's why you do not about them. but it's hard to stay resilient. when your stomach cmt lacking proper food, this man takes vitamin. see? he says it helps him to keep some energy and make up for his poor. died of can food . so we have 3 cans of 2 or 3 men and that's one can, is day one can for 3 men. so we eat one can for 3 men and a little a little bit red with the free food handed out by the russian volunteers and the red cross is live saving. but despite all the problems these migrants act is if they're here to state, some of them have hits shudder out of the wind at night. others is mental parts of
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the metal fence right in front of the polish armed forces, wire and iron pillars from the border wall are now used to make bigger and more solid shelters. so what started as a camp now might very well develop into a small village. and the population of that village is growing by the day as new migrants arrived. now, there are $3000.00 of them at the border with poland. where did you come from? me to send them to the school camp from company we just don't try to connect to support to france. so they're not going to take they'll stay with us. all of us. stay together till till what will i will do for you just waiting for a hearing stories from their friends and relatives who made it to europe. these people believe that countries like germany and france,
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would love to welcome them and give them money and support. and with this in mind, they are ready to stay and struggle at the polish border. while other developments as a situation on the board between potent and better us to tear rates, news than that, the european council president suggests that the you could pay for new barriers in the area, a new kind of wall, despite previous claims that the blog wouldn't provide such fun things. so definitely maybe a, you turn their peter, all over exams from berlin. well, what we seem to have is a bit of a split at the very top of 2 of the main e, you institutions. on the one hand, you've got the phone line, the e u commission president saying that european union cache will not be used to build physical border infrastructure, meaning you money won't be used to build walls or fences. on the other hand, you've got sha michelle, the council president currently doing the rounds across the block, suggesting that there is legal means for money from the european union to be given
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to member states in order to allow them to build walls and fences up their frontiers. about the physical infrastructure, you know, to protect the board, us based on an opinion of the legal service of the tolkien. it's literally possible based on the current legal framework at the upper level 2 fighters interest structure. this is a decision that needs to be taken by the commission within any to the legal opinion of the children is very clear. and we will see what will be just the debate in more simpler terms, essentially, legally, we can do it, but whether we will or not, that depends on a few more factors twist pointing out though, that shot michelle, speaking in war. so we just heard and there he was also here in berlin earlier in the week in which he, he 1st publicly broached this idea that you, phones could be used for the purposes of building border infrastructure. certainly wasn't lost on some people listening but seem to have been lost on mr. michel
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himself. that he was actually speaking here about european union money being used to build new walls on the 32nd anniversary of the fall of the berlin wall. and lots of critics of these plans pointing out the sha, michelle should really know better about where he was speaking on what day he was speaking about, what he was speaking, both in the european parliament members. there have been skating of the proposal, instead of helping refugees, we are busy turning europe into a gated community. if i hear the president of the european council say yes, sure you're up to can pay for building a wall on the borders of europe. it becomes, as we say in dutch, i get a cold heart. i find it frightening. i feel poorly come in dentist let us publicly state in this chamber let the european union will never finance wall system. we have are the instruments at our disposal in order to put an end to the drama and the polish bella russian border. what you've got at the moments is poland,
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lithuania and landfill, doing the rounds of e u. member states in order to drum up support for them receiving cash to allow them to build borders on it. e. e. use frontiers, particularly with beller roofs. we've seen a meeting between the polish foreign minister in the austrian minister in which colony hm. at the austrian minister came out of it furious with the e u commission that they're refusing to give countries like poland this money in order to allow them to build or bought infrastructure. saying ursula on the line was repeating mistakes that had been made in the past. when it came to influx, as of people trying to get in to the european union, let's get some thoughts on this live from alma give malays, professor of administrative law at the german federal university of administrative sciences joining salon. so thanks making the time as lot of her new lines come in on this, i'd like to talk about 1st with you. we just have more correspondence there the and the a you may be considering her, you turn providing money,
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funding for border walls or member states. then another line we've got in the u commission saying the board of alls do not pose any threats to human rights. i wonder for a step close at the same barbed wire may be concrete going up on that polish border any time soon what she think. i mean, this is early cert and critical development of the idea of the european union. and looking back to history, to our personal history in germany and europe, europe was divided into 2 parts until the 1989. and we all have overcome this. that i impossible situation historically speaking, impossible. and now, 30 years later, we are considering, or some of the politicians in europe are considering to build up a new world for whatever purpose and they're buy ever but which, which ever causes that to be justified. but this is a completely unnatural situation to divide a continent into 2 parts. we should rather try it because they put it another way.
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is it an idle threat or do you think it could happen soon? because of course, time is not in anyone's side here on this board or at the moment it's certainly not a short term solution. is it? it's right. i mean we're building a wall is that it takes time. of course it takes money. but now the european politicians are discussing how to get the money and whether or not they should afford the money and then it must be planned. of course, there's not an organized thing or so the building of the void takes time and there was another thing, of course, even if the volume will be built one day, whenever i do that, maybe thousands of refugees that have crossed the bottom and down to them and when the law is erected, of course, all of this war must be protected against a rep is trying to claim, but that avoid to overcome the law. so you need and forces you thought it as you say, the thought of hearing about war certainly were, you know, in berlin and germany, it brings back some, some awful ma'am reason on a guess
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a lot of european but non, you members might push it unless by 2, i mean they should look back into the history because the german history is not just reduced to germany. it was, it was a. ready good, the or the european union was concerned, and i mean, did the example of the burden will it shows exactly what i'm talking about. this wasn't just a wall, the concrete, it was, it was armed forces and people who have been shot trying to overcome this war. and is it really the idea of the european, deeper to be union and also the people of course, who should shut short people who try to come to, to europe. it's an implicit professor away from that. look at the politics of it now, not taken sides either. which way, but there's another developmental negative thoughts on beller as his presidents now threatening to shut off supplies of russia, natural gas to the e. u in retaliation against those sanctions. me was brought in yesterday. that puts
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russia an awkward position, doesn't it? it, it, us divinity into, i mean, we all expect mr. put in a to come going, mr. crush ankle because the problem is not just to, to close down the, that the gas or production or whatever the problem is that we are on the brink of an escalation of the whole situation. europe definitely will answer or give a response to this, to this measure. and again, look at shanker, we respond to this, and so we the or thing it can lose control, you can lose control over the thing. and i can't imagine what that happens at the end of the day. so all reason of partitions are really good on the brink. they have to decide and they have to sit together to find out what a reasonable solution could be if that happened, by the way, what year is response likely bay, if the gas was cut off by a but by better us and the people he and germany worked to good to start frizzing
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and shivering and got it guess energy or so necessary for the production. so, and this was of course put the whole of europe at least germany in a deep crisis. and i guess this is like you want to miss that. ok. shanker has in mind, so i mean nobody including russia and do coding or so, but i was, can, has a reasonable interest to, to say to just to the soul of the old system of europe. because as i said, this was puns and this measured these measures and it can escalate it without being controlled. and this is exactly what he do not use of the european union likes to think it's a leader out of tough times. what should you, what should it be doing now if you're in charge of the european union, what should be happening tonight to try to feel this? i mean, this thread of building a wall is really offset and which is flows the all atmosphere a to, to getting back to a reasonable and quiet and ordered and structured to discussions. is this different
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good? this is even more difficult to insert. the soup threads are now in the road, so to, to save the situation, to reduce entered, to be a situation back to a reasonable atmosphere or the leading politicians in europe or so in russia. it may be the master as tight in. ready their discussions and communications otherwise, so the or thing can grow and control on the line from berlin there. professor mckayla, thank you so much for euro. are considered thoughts on this story and maybe come back and talk to her so thanks ben. live an art international. have a good evening. now. something else has come in. russia's national airline air afloat says it's got nothing to do with the transportation of migrants, all mass to belarus. the company statement came then in response to allegations that it's been involved in the ongoing crisis on the e use east and border early report suggested that the european union was mulling
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sanctions against air afloat as part of a clamp down on barrows. let's get latest on this. no, a correspond lipper tank of the cross at any a good evening. this is herb serious allegation. this mounting pressure from the ear over it. break it down for us. kevin, good evening. well, there you have a new parties are being involved. well, speaking of air flawed, i do have to say that this is russia's flagship airline. and like you said, it is firmly against the claims that it is any how involved in the migrant crisis at the polish bell russian border. and the airflow says that to understand this, you simply have to look at the air force root map because it doesn't operate any flights to syria or iraq, for example. now, here's the rest of the statement from airflow inside of masa, which i see reports. the air force was involved in or contributed to mass transport
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of migrants. developers a force. our airline does not operate regular flights. iraq, syria of from is to bottom. and we're also not conducting charter flights to those destinations. the transit over rainy and iraq and syrian nationals through russia and root spellers is tended by the requirement that they obtain a russian visa and one of his latest comments the russian foreign minister survey, la rob also said that the claims of the part of the polish government, that airflow is involved are false. now we do have to understand that all this follows reports earlier this week that the european union could be mulling sanctions, not only against air flawed, but also against the turkish airline. for example, as part of a new round of sanctions against bel roofs. but perhaps you can feel the
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contradiction here, airflow as a russian airline, turkish airlines. that's something that doesn't have anything to do with bell roost . this is a turkish airline. so potentially this could be a new, very serious twist when it comes to sanctions with the ramifications that could be unpredictable. so let's see whether these reports are true. but airflow has already said that it's ready to go to court to protect its image because like i said, air of lot maintains that it's not involved whatsoever. or i think springs have to speed on that will fall for leave and come back to if you get more per trunk of them. all right, let's get away from the polish federation board. a look at some other of the big stories in today. and this is a big spot when we're talking of it with billions of dollars in future profits at stake. the american company behind the maternal coven vaccines locked in a bitter dispute. tonight with the u. s. government, the firm says it's the sol inventor of a crucial component and
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a peyton claim. and as apparently left out to several government scientists who contributed to its development. my during that is cheating us. taxpayers. modern is being scientifically dishonest. modern is trying to cheat. m a, a scientists modern and refuses to share. it's like seen recipe and manufacturing know how even as it's making billions of dollars in profits, payton saw development monopolies, and then a panoramic. it was a terrible idea to have a private corporation. have a monopoly on part of a life saving technology. the vaccine itself would not exist without the massive contribution of the federal government at every step of the way. benjamin franklin once said, an investment in knowledge pays the best interest and the race to create cobra. 900 vaccines is certainly required some pretty big investment from federal authorities in the us. medina, jap, the company received more than
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a little help from various government agencies from border to the and h. billions and funding was granted. madana to expedite their creation of spike back the investment paid off. vaccine is one of many saving lives in the us and abroad. but what about that interest? mister franklin mentioned. the devil is in the details and tens of billions are at stake. madana is now at loggerheads with the us government over the question of payton thing. he's the thing aside from access to government coffers, the company also had help from some of the best brains in the land. working closely with federal scientists to create the vaccine that even gives them a note of thanks in one of its for patients, applications acknowledging their role and designing some components. but that's where the thanks stops. the company had all along recognized the substantial role that the n i h has played in developing. madame a covered 19 vaccine,
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but only madana scientists design the vaccine y exclude, and federal scientists. for most documents. they're also excluding them from a share of the profits. madana claims, as sole creator of the technology, it alone should read the rewards and on surprisingly, federal authorities on a happy and what their cut of the profits off truly work together for 4 years or other corona viruses. for all 3 year of discussions with my data resolution is no closer. the national institute for allergy and infectious diseases disagrees with modern as inventor ship determination, omitting an age and vendors from the principal patent application deprived and age of a co ownership interest in that application and the patent that will eventually issue from it. a thought of the pandemic, it seemed all hands were on deck to save lives. no cost would be spared money, no object. as the world, faith is wave after wave of infections. it seems money is the object. and this goes beyond us borders,
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activists and organizations of called on medina to share the full vaccine formula and front for psychology to manufacturers who would produce it cheaply for poor nations. but this seems little that government can do at home or abroad. we actually absolutely want that to happen, but my understanding is also that the u. s. government does not have the ability to compel maturing to take certain actions. meanwhile, the treasury seems to be losing the battle for a share of the rewards having invested billions. madana is founders, and investors are lawful all the way to the bank and so forth with richness. and there's more to come. the company's lined up supply deals worth up to 35000000000 by the end of next year. among all the calls for global u. t. across borders as what is between governments and corporations to finally be to condense, su, heading into its 3rd year, is not only politics, but also profit that continues to cause the vision and stumbling blocks through
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a truly unified and fat response, modernized, so reluctant to see any sort of control over the patent or the discovery because they want to obviously make as much money as possible. generally just want all the credit for themselves. but also because if they credit anybody else with the discovery as the delivery system for the vaccine or the vaccine in general, they then have to see the right to the national institute of health or the u. s. federal government. when it comes to the patent, when it comes to the delivery system for the vaccines during pfizer, all pharmaceutical company is really in the united states. it's not about hearing people, it's not about having the least amount of side effects, et cetera, cetera. it's about having customers making lots of money. so i think at the end of the day it's a question of what system we have. do we have a system that puts people and help 1st or do we have a system that puts money in profits? first, i think most people would agree that we have system that puts profit some money 1st
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. next to major pushes underway to convince you nations the block urgently need its own army member states will not consider a draft plan than from foreign policy. chief, joseph burrell, who claims that europe is in danger. we have a strategic responsibility. citizens want to be protected, soft power is not enough. all the threats we face are intensifying and the capacity of individual member states to cope is insufficient and declining. so then this draft plan is called strategic come person. it highlights russia and china as major threats both out there is to get used 27 nations. the back of $5000.00 strong reaction forces has been turned to allow more flexibility and deciding on action, which currently has to be unanimous decision. jo, suburban says that his military strategy won't, of course, undermine nato. an alliance that most of the nations are currently part of among the biggest cheerleaders is the french president macross,
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who labeled may to you may recall, not so long ago. couple years ago, brain dead. we spoke about it some more with former austrian foreign minister, current connect. so i think there are many for reasons why they want to come up with this. now. reason number one is the commission. what it was established are 2 and a half, 3 years ago. it came into office with the desire to be a cheer, political of commissions, or the language of power language. a force is of a couple of rate that already himself has been employing all those years. but the big but this, at the european integration process over the last 70 years, has never been considered as being a 2 political one. it was always about trade, commas operation, the famous peace project. and we simply do not have the basic talent for genuine to political action,
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for genuine strategic thinking for that unique people who really understand geography history. and i don't want to offend anybody who is from political scientists, but at the extol actual service, the department that supports mr. burrell his immediate office. and it's so it's all about political science. you have many people who graduated from international relations for scientists. but what i myself have been missing over the years when listening there and taking the floor is genuine geopolitical thinking. that knowledge, those skills you might still find in france, you have it in the united kingdom, which left for the all. ringback the other countries are not really into your politics. a russian analyst who's a key source for now discredited steel. darcy on alleged trump, russia collusion, has pleaded not guilty to lying to the f. b. i. the report from 2016 alleged that
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the presidential candidate donald trump had close ties with russia, which the argument went helped him when the election don't been funded by the clinton campaign, then played a central role, didn't it? giving us investigators surveillance warrants on a topic to mr. trump ego done shank has been charged with 5 comes of lying about the information that he provided to christopher steele. who is the author of the da, sir, if found guilty, done shanker, could face up to 25 years in prison. in an article, a monday, one washington post contribute to wrote how dangerous it is to rely on unverified sources. that something russia's been saying ever since the dose was 1st leaked, senior correspondent, next for you, more girls do you have has more on how the media and the democrats are trying to dodge play over promoting the document in the 1st place. for the democrats, the steel d'orsay came very close in power to the bible. you needed to have
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a lot of faith to believe in it. but if you believe that the, the claims the false hoods, the sexual perversions of the steel dossier, you believed blindly. that is until the f b. i came along and spoiled the party. you defend and promoted, you even ran into the congressional record, the steel dossier. do you have any reflections on your role and promoting this to the american people? it's one thing to say allegations should be investigated and they were, it's another to say that we should have foreseen an advanced that some people were lying to christopher steel, which is impossible course to do. hold on their shifty. you're telling us all the fallacies, the inaccuracies, the half truths, and the fact that the dossier was paid for by trump's opponents. and we have known all of this for years wasn't enough of a warning for you. but again, this is adam shift, the apostle of the steel dossier he does have, i think,
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is certainly very relevant information that would assist our investigation. some of the public information is very much in line with what is reported that dos it. christopher still no matter who is paying for his services, i may have discovered before our own intelligence agencies that the russians were going to interfere in our election. everyone knew that the doughty was trash, which is more likely that christopher steel unearthed more about, from style to russia, than the c i a, the f, b i or any intelligence agency. or alternatively, that it was nonsense choice from a fraud, demonstrably full of holes and lies. it is embarrassing, watching them all twitched and squirm now that they're trying to weasel their way out away from any responsibility for what they did, which is misinform millions. mistake of all impression is that this indictment is designed to smear or christopher steals intelligence reports. rachel, by the way,
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insisted that sealed source was a deep cover source inside russia. he turned out to be an alleged fraud deep inside america, which, incidentally the russians, had said, all along this dossiers and total hoax, absolute fabrication and utter nonsense. the kremlin does not collect compromise in information. much of the mainstream media seized upon the darcy with abandoned, with almost religious ferocity. they preached steals word or more british intelligence officer behind the dossier there contain explosive allegations about president donald trump. he also addressed the dossier of alleged dirt on donald trump in russia. the report included unsubstantiated claims that russian intelligence compiled a dossier on mr. trump during visits to moscow, abc, cbs, and nbc, a loan dedicated an estimated 2000.


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