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ah ah anti coven demonstrations continue for a 2nd night in the netherlands, protesters were seen tearing through the streets of the hag holding players and setting fires in their way. ah ha! so, so wrapped it in the austrian capital against a coven lockdown due to start monday and mandatory inoculation in the coming months . our correspondence is there. lighting the flag behind it. these demonstrations coming out to say, go to the all student government policies. when it comes to coven 19 with familiar glimpses and a neo colonial mindset. the u. k. slammed for its plans to ship asylum seekers offshore, including to former african colonies with questionable human rights records.
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ah. are broadcasting live direct from a studio moscow. this is art international. i'm john thomas. certainly glad to happy with us. right now, a 2nd day of anti gum, a covey to protest hits in the netherlands, where crowds furious at restrictions, start fires and clash with police in the heck, ah, oh i. now this is the scene earlier where the at least one person has been arrested following similar scenes in another does. should he rotterdam, on friday, protesters can be seen tearing through the city streets, holding fires,
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and setting fires in their wake. now 3 people were left seriously injured when they were shot by police at riots that broke out on friday night in rotterdam, protesters angry at the partial lockdown and they proposed tightening of coded pass criteria, said police vehicles ablaze. the trail of destruction was later described by the city's mer as an orgy of violence. this is a stark illustration of the aftermath of friday's riots with roads stained with blood and pavements strewn with shattered glass and destroyed property on top of the lock down now underway, further plans restrictions have the nation divided with
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a major poll show and barely half of the population would be okay with excluding the unvaccinated, from getting covered passes. there have been skirmishes in the austrian capital as well that a protest attracting tens of thousands against imminent covet restrictions. ah, saturdays rally comes after austria became the 1st nation to extend the lock down to the entire population. starting monday, police grappled with demonstrators who attacked and threw objects at them. austria will also be the 1st in the block to make inoculation mandatory in the coming months. peter oliver was a protest incentives this report. as you can see his demonstrations here as they come in to the final stages of the lighting, the flames behind these demonstrations coming out to say, go to the austrian government's policies. when it comes to coven, 19000000 glimpses coming through the gate. as we head towards the historic
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historic policy here in the center, they all seem capital quite your money themes and they come through that with the as they come through the ask to try and get away from the crowd of it as they compete with that flu going for the most part, this demonstration was incredibly peaceful. however, there was some flash points between demonstrate as in place, things were thrown from the demonstrators towards law enforcement, who responded by dragging people out and taking them away into custody. there was also some incidences where i saw some teenagers starting bottles towards the place in order to try and get them to give them a chase. the reason that all of this has started is because of the actions that the austrian government is taken to try and calm down the coven 19 problem that the country has. that was starting last monday. what was called a lockdown of the on vaccinated? well, 3000000 people fell in to that particular group. those that haven't either got
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a vaccination and can prove it, or they can prove that they've recovered from coven 19. that then escalated further on friday of this week when we are well when alexander schellenberg, the austrian chancellor, announced that from the homing, a national lockdown will be going on. he also taught said that from the 1st of february, that will be well, a mandatory vaccination policy in place across austria, austria becoming the 1st country in europe to do so. that really upset a lot of people. lot of those that we spoke to a lot of people who come out here to see jaime flaring those horns very upset that all she has become the 1st european nation is put in place. this type of mandatory vaccine policy. i sing, it's not the question from the government. i think it's a question for the people. if i want it, i can have it. but what's with the 1000000 people's?
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they don't like this. what's with this? we have a problem with the austrian government. ah, we, we have freight to lose all a table critique. i'm not happy with this sir. solution bukasa, it's against the wish of, of people and the human rights are being found on, on, on the ground already or beneath, under the ground. now, alexander schellenberg, they all say and chance to says the reason he did that was because his hand was forced because to many people in his country as he sees it a fall and fall of what he calls anti vax propaganda. and that's one of the reasons he said that that vaccine uptake in austria was so low. these people low say they just don't want the government to have so much say in what happens to them, why they take vaccines. the real statistics, though are not austria is in the grip of
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a real biting situation. when it comes to this fault, wave of coven 90, particularly in the west of the country, hospitals are at creaking point. when it comes to taking severely ill people in intensive care units, they are just don't have the capacity to be able to cope. and i'll see as vaccine rate is below the average when it comes to the rest of the european union. however, these people here say that they just don't agree with the policies and the way that alex under shalon bows, governments is handled. they say you're in austria. german mp andre hon co says that the key to finding the pandemic is a balance of trust between the people and the authorities. we have to deal with the whole complexity and in the center should be protecting the world and, and the elderly. we should more invest in the health system, but it's not a locked. i'm all the whole society trust needs, some kind of trust people to the situation for the vaccines on transparency and
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clear message communication about what i see now in several countries of a relational that this kind of what we saw in netherlands yesterday for allow me i think it's an important element to estimate against it. well, i don't think this so far. so actions like norwood austria hadn't discussed it at a low european countries. i'm not in favor office. chaotic scenes of protest also in the french capital on saturday as the yellow vests movement markets 3rd anniversary, demonstrators burned city property and hurled objects at police. ah
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ah said money for special bodies in for the demonstration. and harry dedicated to the fed at the directory of the yellow best men, meet as he turned to crashes. the police were puzzled with various object, and they responded straight away with them during the day clashes between demonstrates us in law enforcement, a cat quite regularly. all the forces were represented by police officers who seemed unable to cope with the situation from the very beginning and were very nervous. probably the status of law enforcement officers can be explained by the large number of demonstrators. in fact, several 1000 yellow banks who arrived here from all of our friends politic pos day and continued to take part menu. thus, the demonstration is taking place today in the atmosphere of extreme tension to do
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some of the city's equipment or stem industry. and unfortunately, garbage was banned in many places in 3 years after the launch of the movement demonstrate is $1.00 to pay $2.00 pay tribute to the new most victims injured in previous revenue. is also wes, saying a few hours about the demands of the demonstrators, the are the same as in november 2018 when the movement was born to demonstrate as demand lower fuel prices, and the citizens initiative referendum. justice in the social and texas is as well as an environmental issue. in addition to coded crisis can not be ignored. to rally participants are protesting against mandatory vaccination in the introduction of current policy, just more let me know. plus, judy has a french police didn't have enough on their hands. all of that right now, a couple of 100 officers might find themselves dispatched to the caribbean to handle vaccination protests. there. there have been weeks of ferocious unrest in the french overseas territory of guadalupe over the compulsory inoculation of
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health workers. there is now a nightly curfew because of writing and looting. the french government has pledged to send $200.00 police out local forces, but a guadalupe officer and police union leader told us that reinforcements won't make the difference to you. a personnel has been on duty for the last several weeks amid the demonstrations new, even though these protest saw logic pace for situation still needs to be controlled . today, the situation has spiraled out of control. we have to regain control. that's why we're asking our interior ministry for the reinforcement of police units. as of now, the situation is tense and even $200.00 more offices would not be an hour. it's a drop in the ocean. we need a substantial ramp up over a unit. that's what we've been asking for for a long time. oh, just group. don't. all right, now the british just a secretary has confirmed the government is considering deporting migrants to facilities abroad while their paperwork is being processed. but he declined to
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specify where those locations would be. i'll pena has already been approached as a potential destination, but it refused artie's sharia edwards dashti. he looks at the plans and the controversy. they've created the u. k. as revising pans to send asylum seekers abroad for processing and remote australian style offshore centers. in the past 12 months, almost every corner of the guy has been considered from europe to the essential islands and africa, basically anywhere but here. this is something that we are probing to just the idea . we will do everything we can to resolve the problem. we make no apology for at least trying to look at that. which in the eyes of the united nations, has long been assign of a colonial mindset to see the united kingdom looking at the same ideas as australia, as a matter of deep concern to the united nations high commissioner for refugees. because we see it as almost a neo colonial approach. he pass it off to african countries and you wash your hands with it. you might pay a lot of money. but nonetheless, the shift,
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the burden and that way, without the safeguards is a problem. campaigners also say the news may re pop asylum rights losing asylum seekers to countries that might not have the same human rights protections. but basically on that in the british government. but the u. k says, it's time to change cause, following years of what it claims to be a broken system. the british public have had enough of seen people die in the channel while ruthless criminal gangs profit from their misery. our new plan for immigration provides the only long term solution to fix the broken system. and it's right, we keep all options on the table. it comes as the united kingdom has seen nearly $24000.00 asylum seekers make the perilous journey in small boats across the english channel just this year alone. and only 5 of those refugees have been sent back to europe this year. the u. k. government hopes its plans will also act as a deterrent but to some it's more of a case of out of sight, out of mind she,
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breach of international law and arguably in breach of the 1951 convention on the status of refugees. and i'm not sure if this is how the new global britain wants to be remembered as a country that goes out into the world slouching, international roar and treaties. we sign as well as showing. busy contempt to human rights and just think me from a practical financial point you think of the cost of actually transporting thousands of asylum. c says from this country to an african country, then having to pay the african country full the detention facilities. but who are there a paying for the gods, paying for the processing? everything like it's going to cost the country ups in fortune. that money could be far better spent in speeding up the asylum process in this country and determining people's refugee claims at an earlier stage. across the atlantic,
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president biden hosted talks with the leaders of mexico and canada amid a massive migrant surge on the united states. southern border, it is the 1st trilateral summit between the leaders in 5 years, but had failed to produce any major breakthroughs. now the talks came as a new caravan of another $3000.00 migrants, mostly from haiti, and central america set off from the southern mexico border towards the u. s. border. hoping to join the 3000 who set off a few weeks ago. mexican authority saved the fe, also found more than $400.00 people secretly traveling in 2 truck trailers thought to be heading to us. all of us putting more pressure on the white house and it's handling of the crisis as archie is killed mop and explains biden. and his team say they're on top of the immigration issue, working with other countries to find a solution that's not enough for sheriffs in 17 states calling to fire the homeland security secretary of to witnessing this disaster over the past several months and listening to the continued rhetoric and intellectual dishonesty from 6 to my yoke,
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us the western states, sheriff association and its membership must in frantically states opposition of having no confidence in the ability of the sick to my august. and his leadership within the department of homeland security to effect any positive outcome on this matter. they say that the real issue is that the united states can't control its borders and that officials are out of touch with the real crisis on the ground. now, man, security chief, even admits he doesn't have key data on migrant crossings. how about this, how many deaths? how many illegal aliens have died crossing a legally into the united states. under jo biden's administration, i don't have that data migrant crossings continue to happen with n g o z, providing aid to those crossing the border, making the process white easier. the actual numbers are not known, but many speculate the situation is quite serious. i managed to get in the gates, i demanded entry once and was refused. i talked to guard into letting me in another occasion, and when i was in there,
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i saw buses pulling up probably about $100.00 migrants over an hour got off of these bosses. many say it looks like the biden administration is shirking responsibility, refusing to admit its, let the crisis get out of control. how many children have been in the biden cages and calendar year 2021, a sen. i. i respectfully disagree with your use of the term cages. by the way, here's a photograph of the biden cages that as a center. that is precisely why articulated children sleeping on floors crashed in upon each other. when i took this photograph, the coven, right rate of cobra, positivity was over 10 percent. has joe biden been down to see this facility of yes or no? biden, in the democrats, say they are addressing the crisis. but many of their critics say their actions are both insufficient and far too late. i don't know what data is, is lacking. if he's lacking data, he how to get out
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a plane. and vice president harris ought to get on a plane and they ought to go to the border. and, you know, need a lot more than go into the border and saying what's happening with the thousands of people are there. i mean, you can get, you can get the data with, with your own eyes. the end of the day is president biden, and vice president kamala harris, who make the policy. and they're responsible. one of the major jobs of the president is to protect the integrity of the border of the united states. and he has not done that. he has not shown a water resolve so far. still to come in the program, one of the f. b i is most wanted charged with attacking police. in january's capital, riot turns up in belarus, seeking asylum. we hear from him among our top stories after this.
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dares sinks. we dare to ask oh, we'll come back. this is our to international. now, when the pandemic 1st emerged in africa, health officials feared cove. it could be devastating, but w h o data shows that compared to other continents, there have been relatively low infection rates and few have died of the disease. in fact, the u n's health agency says africa's death rate is just 3 percent of the global total. whereas in europe, it is 29 percent. africa may be listed as one of the world's least affected areas. but there is another major problem there. a shortage of vaccines and syringes, just 6 percent of africans that have been vaccinated against corporate. the looming
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threat of a vaccine commodities crisis hangs over the continent. early next year, covered 19 vaccines will start pouring into africa. but a scarcity of syringe is good paralyzed progress. drastic measures must be taken to boost syringe production fast. countless african lives depend on it. african affairs alice, laurence freeman, told us that he suspects the countenance covered death numbers are much higher than reported from we have now i see data from africa is there is a very poor accounting system of people who have the virus and people who may have died from a coven 19 they're not being registered as having that virus. and many of the death in the rural areas, either are not recorded at all. or if they are reported are not necessarily poor. it is called related. guess you talking about probably 1.5, the people,
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if that's 2 shots, as it is with pfizer, i'm returning them to about 3000000 doses. and there's no plans to do that. that would really be a disaster. because the longer the virus spreads to any portion part of the world, the likely chance it has to new t and american wanted by the f. b i for participating in the capitol hill right is now seeking asylum in belarus. evans newman faces charges of trespassing and assaulting a law enforcement officer during the january 6th protest. however, while he doesn't deny being there that day, he claims that the accusations against him are unfounded. he told us how he saw the events unfold. when i came to the capital, there was one barrier on the steps of the capital. so it, it appeared to be that the police had made no preparations for, for protest, even though they knew for for weeks or maybe even
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a month there had been calls for this protest out the capital. i think there was even a permit. and yet there seemed to be no preparations. the police were very aggressive of where i was not everywhere. i've seen video afterwards that was very controlled and quickly escalated. as the people started to enter the capital of 2 young men came running out with blood on them saying they just shot a girl in the face. and that did not deter the line of people that i saw going in. they continued walking slowly forward. good lord, i regret things. i regret, number one, being route. well, number one, i promise somebody that i would stand back in the crowd and i didn't hold that promise. that's the 1st thing that i regret. i regret being rude to the
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police. they released a wanted of a list of a very long list of pictures of people that were wanted and it was brought to my attention that i might be on that list. and i looked, and it appeared to be me and it said a sofa federal officer, and i knew that i had not assaulted a federal officer. i realized that i didn't have enough money to defend myself because this is a very expensive thing. i was interviewed by the f b i and let go at the airport. they knew what i was doing. they let me go. that's you can't, that can't be charged. mostly. jo biden's approval ratings have hit a new low with more than 50 percent of voters now disapproving of the president and worries over his mental and physical capacity to leave the country are a key reason questions are also being asked over how few news conferences the
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president is giving made worse when they promised press briefing with visiting mexican and can canadian leaders was abruptly cancelled, but his press secretary brushed off of his concerns. another pole also finds mounting worries over jo biden's health, half of those questioned do not believe the u. s. president who turned 79 on saturday is in good health with critics pointing out to a growing number of gaps. can you vow to protect taiwan? yes, in yes. oh, i don't want to cold war china. i just wanna make trying to understand that we are not going to step back. we're not gonna change any of our reviews. so are you saying that the united states would come to taiwan defense? it has autotech. yes, we have a commitment lunch meeting with she has a 5 day. i want not us. and we are not encourage you. it's better to let them make
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up their mind hers. thank you. you're going to freeze i on the delegation on i don't wanna sorry confirm again that with i have not. i know i said that last week i have not been schedules constantly changing. so let me just take another fresh look at it and we will confirm many details really briefly. a few minutes ago. what you said just 2 minutes ago, concerns about the president's health are valid and we, um, you know, ease and an older gentleman and he's displayed on a, in interviews and, and, and appearances he's displayed a cognitive decline as well as physical decline. i think his poll numbers are, are where they are right now based upon the status of our economy. and his
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administration's failures to secure the border of the inflation that we're suffering right now. the loss of, of confidence a, in terms of national and foreign policy after what happened with afghanistan, $32.00 and a half minutes. that's where i'll be back with some of the lectures there with us. is our introduction. join me every post on the alex silent. sure. when i was reading the yes and the world follow puts small business, i'm sure business. i'll see you. then we're allowing ourselves to be more efficient or quicker with our transactions. but with that comes a trade off. every device is a potential entry point for security attack. any machine can be here.
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oh managed kaiser. this is the kaiser report. well, we've made our pilgrimage too big going holy land. el salvador. we're in l. zante. better known as bitcoin beach. i'm just reading the latest episode of bitcoin magazine, which is dedicated to el salvador. yes, i have a common here called overdose stacy. what's happening? hey, well, it is amazing to be here in el salvador. we're in l. dante, we are gringos, which means we started filming at like noon. so it's like a $130.00 degrees. all the locals are hiding away from the sun. we are out here, blistering hot filming like crazy people. but you know, we've had an amazing journey from the airport arrival at the airport. a was quite interesting because we saw like big cleaners were being welcomed with open arms by the entire state. we were tweeted at by the president tweeted out by the ambassador
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to the united states from el salvador. so there is a massive reading this bitcoin week that we've been enduring here through the heat, right? it's hot and so is big coin and the country is really ready to go fall bitcoin. hyper burgoyne is ation joining other countries around the world. the president has made bitcoin legal center. people are using bitcoin to buy a coffee in san salvador, and it's making a huge impact on the population. and the spirit of the people that matches the spirit of the people. i talked to a lot of folks and they asked, what is the defining characteristic of el salvador? it's all about the people there. so open hearted, they're so generous. and big claim really matches that. i think that's one of the reasons i pick point became big here so soon is because it matches a spirit of humans to be open. they want to trade, they want to perform communities. and this is perfect. perfect, perfect.


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