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[000:00:00;00] a 27 people are dead off to an overcrowded dingey camp slice the english channel. the worst tragedy of its kind to the coastal waters between the pan prompts and a huge fire breaks down to the plastics. recycling factory in yorkshire in the u. k . constant claims of what spirit to be told. thick smoke into the sky. locals have been evacuated from the area. coalition deal is struck in germany for a new government and chancellor finance minister left old school, replace that angle of merkel and says he and introduce mandatory vaccination.
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ah, a very well welcome to you watching asi international with me, nikki aaron. now a tragedy in the channel, the british prime minister hound, an emergency meeting on wednesday evening off the 27 people, including a child, lost their lives trying to reach britain, the overcrowded dingey capsized immortal authority, say the worst tragedy of its kind in the english channel ortiz, charlotte davinsky has more. well, this is a pretty shocking and incredibly sombre development that news a dingy that was trying to cross the english channel from france to the u. k. has capsized its fear that the death toll could rise much further. local fishermen say that they were more than the usual attempts to leave the northern coast of france on wednesday because the waters looked particularly calm. however, what wasn't anticipated was particularly how freezing the waters are of the english
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channel. this time of year, local report said that at least 20 bodies were found floating together with only 2 of them being conscious. it's not known. if those 2 are individuals who are conscious were able to survive such a bitterly cold waters. there is an ongoing search because this is still a developing story with helicopters being used and police and rescue boats also out seeing if they can find anybody who has managed to survive. but it is feared that the death toll will continue to rise with at least 30 people said to have been on that dingey which capsized at the prime minister. you capers johnson is holding an emergency meeting to discuss this. and we know that this has been a major issue between france and u. k. over the last few months with already more than $25000.00 individuals. having succeeded in making that journey. that's 3 times the number in 2020, that huge spatter,
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seen both sides accused the other of not doing enough to mitigate this crisis. francis said to the u. k. stop teaching us lessons about this. pay is more money and said that the u. k. is encouraging individuals to cross the channel because of its lucrative black market and cash under the counter jobs. but we've spoken to one migrant in cali, recent you said that's not the reason that he wants to cross. he said it was about the ease of the english language is normally still. yeah. but to be programmed via the language, because we don't know if i a french language is debris, 4 of them, if we used a year, maybe more than one years or 2 years to learn language, dis, be program for us. meanwhile, the u. k. is accused france of seeding it's sovereign territory to people smugglers . and it says that france is doing a go slow opperation when it comes to intercepting those boats leaving it shores.
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but part of the problem i is they say that this is all stemming from the post breaks it disagreements that go far beyond the migrant crisis at cali and those individuals trying to cross the english channel. however, what this tragedy and this is a tragedy shows us, is that there are failures on both sides hate and the result is the highest loss of life of migrants in the english channel in one day, in a crisis that is still ongoing. we spoke with integration, barrister, robert parkin. he thinks it was only a matter of time until the human tragedy of this scale happened. the friend yonder, enough we're not doing enough. ah, there's no 2 ways round that. the, the problem really is that, that's emerged recently is the termination of what's called the dublin and what was called the dublin convention. or the british governments mistake has been to withdraw, you know, actually from the dublin convention at that. that is crime merrily. the reason why
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things go wrong this year that convention ceased, or as of the end of last year, we withdrew from that with no plans to replace it. lamb. and that means course that no one can now be returned, france is entry, that's that, that's the bottom line or, and there are no plans to improve that position in the future. so the numbers of triple busier are and i'm sorry, say the sort of horrible tragedy is the inevitable result. a major fire has wrapped it in a plastic recycling factory in south yorkshire in the u. k. thick and potentially poisonous smoke is being released into the surrounding area. oh, well a huge fire has broken out in haul, which is in the north of england at thompson's plastic factory. now that happened just a couple of hours ago around $340.00 local time. as you can see on your screen.
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dramatic footage i was shed on social media, shyness, thick black smoke filling the sky line of yorkshire. in fact, you could even see this red inferno for miles, according to some footage on line. now it is understood that witnesses reported hearing explosive bangs almost every 10 seconds, while power to net by streets was totally cut off immediately. now one man, an eye witness who lives near by. he said that he could hit explosions, coming down like bombs, coming up from the fire and said that he even saw debris like coal, or landing in his garden immediately. as i say, emergency services were cool to the seen us both the fire as services and the police there. c as well, it's understood that the fire, as i say, was start, have a plastics, factory, just west of the city. and obviously that's concerns about what kind of poisonous flames and fumes a could be in the atmosphere. at this point,
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especially considering the fire has been raging for some time now. so a statement was put out by the police and the emergency services saying that locals need to go inside. they were asked to keep their doors and windows shot, and some residents were even evacuated from the nearby area as a precautionary measure. we also have heard reports that some hospitality, venues like pops bars and restaurants. they were told at to shut their door immediately as well. at this point though, there has not yet been any reports of any injuries, but it could only be a matter of time that is absolutely unclear at this point. when it comes to the traffic impact motorists have now. 6 seen a 4 mile back to back q in the roads in an around hall, one laurie was even overturned around and, gosh, there is quite a dramatic domino effect of this fire in the area now still at this point, fire engines. a are at the scene, they're attempting to tackle the fire. it does seem as though the fire is somewhat subsiding,
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but still as an enormous amount of smoke in the area. violence and looting are plaguing the french overseas territory of guadalupe. it comes a response to new coven restrictions imposed by paris, including health policies and mandatory vaccinations for medics. ah, with the unfolding violence also spread to another french overseas region. the islands of martinique, where shots were fired, a police sounds road block set up as part of a general stripe on guadalupe. the unrest began a week ago promising france to deploy extra police to the region and impose
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a curfew. but the head of guadalupe stays the french governments failed to stabilize the situation. we are asking today to be treated in the same way as in metropolitan france. there are things that we can resolve quickly. we've always asked for support. i've given plenty of alert, sent letters, messages, and made calls. it is unacceptable. we've not seen any minister. and in fact, the last minister of the interior that we saw was bernard cousin iv that is the problem, the health pass obligatory vaccination. we have no more freedom here, so we have become violent that fits. this problem has been present for a long time. in any case, what we must take from this is that all the french colonies are places where there is misery and violence. and this is going to remain like that come in. well, we have already been making demands. we have several points to discuss. unfortunately, it was necessary to arrive at this point, none the less, they were elected representatives who listened, but they were not able to understand what we had to say. unfortunately, again,
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the youth is fed up with this. if they had listened from the day, one would not have arrived at this point. i mean, have you not, not, nothing has ever been resolved through violence, but i also think that if there are 2 days of uprising, let's say, wednesday and thursday on friday, they will decide to send in some police reinforcements to guadalupe. haven't even been meeting with locals, the prefect, a meeting with anybody, and they're ready. they are sending forces at the national genre, marie intervention group, the $250.00 police officers and soldiers. where is this going? honestly, president mccrae has also commented on the situation. calling it explosive, and insisting that the government is acting you cannot use the house of the french people to drive political battles. public order must be maintained. there's a situation that is very explosive, which is linked to a very local context in detention. we know of and that a historic, as well as to certain interests that seek to use this context and anxiety, the government is mobilized. well, it help organisation,
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how stressed math flux vaccination is critical to ending the pandemic. we spoke with a blog loopy, and socialist senator and a member of the national rally party, who se frogs. his campaign is causing tension. i'm at mercy. she's owns a crisis that's flared up now. and guadalupe is not only the results of the healthcare crisis, but also from france stepping back from its overseas territories 15 to 20 years ago . but now the vaccination campaign has become a spark that signal to the barrel of gunpowder. it's all the results of abandonment . betrayal and contempt towards our compatriots from guadalupe guadalupe suffers from a high cost of living like other overseas territories, as well as such a shameful thing as a lack of access to drinking water. all of this lead people to run out of patience angered them. violence is unacceptable and must be condemned, but it's obvious that we must fight the root of the problem. we need to make sure that our compatriots from all overseas french territories are respected and this
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should not happen through small pretend measures. but through the creation of a plan to give us the same rights and the same opportunities as the french people in france. yeah, effective. the law has already been passed personally earlier i advocated optional vaccination and i oppose mandatory vaccination, which is now opposed by many medical workers at the same time, the threat of a possible 5th wave of cov, it now exists. no one knows if it will happen or not. we see the example of france where a lot of people already vaccinated, but the number of cases is still significantly increasing. it is a disturbing tendency. i am a health care worker and i'm afraid of the 5th wave. also taking to account what happened in august. and people of all ages died because of co that in guadalupe. so remembering the catastrophic situation we have been in, i would take a moderate position here of the $2000000.00 europeans will have died of covert by
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spring at next year. that's the grim prediction of the world health organization. new data shows that deaths in the e u. due to the virus doubled last week and to our governments across the world are urging people to get vaccinated. the director general of the w h o says is giving people a false sense of security. in many countries and communities. we're concerned about the fullest sense of security that vaccines have ended the pandemic and that people are vaccinated. do not need to take any other precautions. dear to us. i just that before we arrive on the delta variant, vaccines reduce transmission by about 60 percent with delica that has dropped to about 40 percent. copay restrictions are being toughened across europe on friday . so back here it goes into a 2 week nationwide, locked down and made a record search in infections and includes the vaccinated. meanwhile,
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the netherlands has started transporting its cobit patience to germany. as dutch hospitals are overwhelmed, but germany itself is struggling to deal with record numbers of cases. more than $45000.00 new infections were registered in the last 24 hours with mandatory vaccinations, looking increasingly lightly under the countries. next, chancellor politicians have been wrangling about whether they are really needed. compulsory vaccination does not violate the right to freedom. far more. it is a pre condition for us to win back our freedom. there is a legal dispute on the issue at the moment. first of all, there are no long term studies. secondly, and this needs to be taken more seriously. mandatory vaccination is a violation of physical integrity, so it can only be a last resort. early we spoke with political analyst on sociologist earth on cough . he says there has to be a better way to defeat the pandemic than locked downs new lockdown. so going to
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weaken european union member states position on the economic level, internationally globally. and as we are facing already, we need a more, a broader approach to estimate the pros and cons of locked arms and to find maybe other models of how to overcome discouraged, so called false wave of the pandemic in europe. there are also countries or who deal with it in another way of winding. those are generally locked down such as sweden or bellows. but those are like, rather few examples. but i think in general it is very important that we m. c. it not only incidence is a number of but also other aspects of human being life sang in germany where a 3 party coalition has struck a deal that said to make finance minister o last shots. the country's next chancellor. and he has already said he's going to make defeating corona virus. his top priority, including by getting tough on vaccination,
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is the ultimate cost is upon the me. the way out of this pandemic is that in institutions where, especially vulnerable groups are cared for. vaccination is made mandatory, deserving along the 3 way coalition. dale was reached after a full 2 months of negotiations and the next 10 days the parties involved who need to approve what's been agreed at is peter oliver explains how the government will be composed according to the deal. the dressed agreement document is quite a water 177 pages. it goes over $51776.00 words that is slightly more than f scott fitzgerald novel, the great gatsby. and there is some twists and turns when it comes to how this new government would approach russia. the draft document says that they would be looking for constructive dialogue with moscow. russia is an important international player. we understand the importance of substantial and stable relationships. and
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we continued to strive for them. we're ready thought constructive dialogue. we will take into account different threat perceptions and focus on a common and coherent e u policy towards russia. we've heard some speeches from leadership of the 3 parties as they addressed their press conference in berlin, and most of them seeming quite keen to emphasize that there are still points whereby they really disagree with their coalition partners of this agreement has to be put to the membership of the individual parties and they will agree upon it, it does seem like an almost nailed on thing. that will happen though. who are we getting at the top of the pile? who's going to be the new chancellor? all af schultz is his name. he was the finance minister and vice chancellor in the last government headed out by anglo merkel when it comes to we style of leadership . it is pretty much more of the same from the outgoing chancellor. he is regarded as a very rational man. as a pragmatist on a number of issues, you can see that by when it comes to russia,
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he has been critical of russia on several issues in the past, but also has backed so supported nord stream to the gas pipeline. that takes gas from russia to germany. under the baltic sea, basically this is a little bit like if it was a restaurant, the head chef being changed, but the recipes remaining pretty much the same. however, those recipes will get a hint of green flavoring about them because the green party will be entering the next government. they will be the 2nd largest party in this coalition. they're going to get some pretty important ministries as well. by the looks of it, robert havoc taking on the newly created economy and climate ministry. while honestly in a bad book will take over the foreign ministry. it seems now that has been a bit of a shock for some, although the, the 2nd largest party and coalitions do often take over the most often take over the foreign ministry on
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a pair bock doesn't have much in the way of foreign policy experience. she has also said some things in the past, which suggests that she would be very keen to align germany exactly in lock step with the united states. she's also being quite vocally ante russia in the past as well, keeping an eye to see if that continues over into her role as foreign minister. when it comes to the free democrats. what the main ministry that they wanted, the deal breaker for them was that their lead a christian lin got to be the next finance minister that looks like it's where he will end up. it's also where we could see a little bit of friction because both the social democrats on the green's campaign throughout this election saying that they would do things essentially that will cost more money and that money would have had to be raise through taxes. whereas christian lynn and his free democratic party, they are vehemently anti any new taxes when it comes to saying good bye to the old leadership. low all f sholtes handed over anglo merkel. an interesting present,
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as they met for their last cabinet meeting for the chancellor, receiving a dogwood bush from all r sholtes. now doug would symbolizes durability. and the ability to overcome many obstacles, some could say that was well testament to the legacy that angle america leave from her time in the chancellor's job. this is a very different present though, that flooded me put in the russian president gave anglo merkel on there last be thing president opting for a probably more traditional nice big bunch of flowers. worry not though was the now outgoing chance. langler miracle did receive flowers at the latest session from the whole cabinet of the government. the king very happy there and the photo. i see the gay party who now find themselves in opposition have wasted no time in criticizing the coalition. this is what the general secretary port there me i had to say different like the, the agreement that was presented today is relatively blunt. and in many parts it's
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vague and the parties fall short of the things they propagated during the election campaign. wouldn't we talk to deliver a german lawyer and politician who thinks the coalition certainly has its work cut out? it is too early. you're going to see it on the same day. and so the question being delayed by a journal on the huge tech problem in the last year, then the involvement of what not being on the ticket, he had to deal with bank and the sequential. i didn't know nothing in the campaign. just a question whether the candidate will survive in political, in the next to lead to the form of government just because this thing i'll put
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it in about it is not enough in the german edition, it will be more proactive if they would phone a great coalition or all upon the government to deal with this and you would really doing and also germany use the naija association has ruled out as road only those who are fully jobs, the gate will be able to go through with assisted suicide matters designed to stop rapidly winding infections in the country, you can read more on that and many other stories by heading over to our website. well, prices have searched by more than 3 percent over the past 24 hours raising inflationary phase across much of the world. number that being closely watched in the us, we're inflation is already, it has 3 decades high piling, the pressure on households, although president biden is adamant the countries finances are actually driving,
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were experiencing the strongest economic recovery in the world. even after accounting for inflation, our economy is bigger, and i found that more money in their pockets than they did before. the pandemic there please. you know, it's a higher now thought on the economies are going faster and i was actually going slow. people are buying things, the stock market seems good, but on the other hand, inflation is, is rising. we might not be seeing as much progress as fast as we would like, based on the promises that he made. the surgeon oil price comes despite joe biden decision to release millions of barrels of oil from america, strategic reserves over the coming months. however, the country's daily consumption is about 18000000 barrels, which means the amount released from the reserve won't last more than 3 days. and that's one of the reasons biden's oil intervention has been widely marked on twitter use a compared to the video game, character, donkey kong, dropping barrels,
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while others pointed out that the emergency supplies are supposed to be used when there's an actual shortage. we spoke with economist jeffrey a tucker. he sees biden's oral intervention as a temporary fix for a worsening problem. this looks to me like a foreshadowing of something really terrible. you have at least an acknowledgment on the part of the by administration that the inflation is becoming a problem, especially in oil prices. but he's focusing on this because gas prices are going way up and people are really upset as driving down his poll numbers. so he wants to be seen as doing something. so to release the reserve is purely a cosmetic attempt to give to please people. but it's not going to make any difference and prices over long term. if anything is going to have the opposite effect of causing people to realize that the really, that's not an illusion, that we got major problems. and we could see as result in an increase of demand
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towards hoarding and panic buying. so i think the, my prediction is that this is going to drive the problems to become even worse than they were already. well, the die economic outlook in the us is leading to fears about the return of so called stagflation. a problem that blighted the country back in 19 seventy's is a quick explain of what that actually is. thanks giving turkey is more expensive than ever getting a pink slip right before the holidays ruining give shopping more than the boyd and sponsored empty shelves. just another lousy holiday, you'd think. however, this could be the 1st sign of stagflation. stagflation is a toxic cocktail mixing to very negative processes happening in the economy at once . low economic growth and rise on inflation. they come together, the markets plunge into chaos. and it looks like the u. s. might be one step away
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from it. we're asking to pull the whole world into the economic sinkhole generally to control the inflation, the government would lower the money supply, the amount of cash circulating in the economy. take the money out so to speak. biden is trying to do the opposite. his agenda includes the $1.00 trillion dollars, american rescue plan, a one trillion dollar infrastructure bill, and a $1.00 trillion dollar build bank, better spending package to moves that are likely to pull even more money into the economy. inevitably spurring inflation. where will that road take us? who knows? one thing is sudden is going to be bumpy. like a some other headlines. hmm. around the world now. in the french does he have leon? things got ugly when a t. v station interviewed a ride, doing politician on the city streets protest is turned up and forced to heckle him . and at one point someone threw a thigh work at him. the outdoor interview was conducted during a walk through one of leon's most multicultural neighborhoods,
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which is also notorious for its drug trafficking and high crime rates. as do i call the hospital in yemen has killed 2 people aren't injured to others. the saudi led coalition admits carrying out the attack. we and insists though, that it was not a hospital, but as secret drone factory aah! taxi drivers around a nationwide strike in italy. that serious about government. deregulation of their industry saying it will give large companies like ruba advantages over small cap firms, which will be driven out of business. many thanks for joining us here in nancy international. we're back in 30 minutes with the latest headline. mm. ah
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many find themselves will the parts we choose to look for common ground? ah, i'm african retents in you're watching a very special edition of going underground after you as president joe biden refused to release secret papers that may prove cia complicity in the assassination of the u. s. h. that if, if president john f kennedy, well today is the 58th anniversary of the fatal shooting of a ledge. ca asset lee harvey oswald accused of j. f. kay's killing. and to morrow is 5 years since the death of cuban leda. fidel castro biden's decision to cover up documents on castro, the c i and j. f. k comes just ahead
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a 4 time oscar winning director oliver stone premiering. his new documentary j f k . revisited through the looking glass out now and select cinemas and on streaming services. he joins me now from los angeles. thank you so much oliver for coming back on. as i said today, anniversary of this mysterious character, lee harvey oswald, who was killed alive on camera, on and on n b c. i know you've got this full bought series coming out next year little and this week's premier in the u. s. of j f. k. i revisited just reminders of the significance of the assassination before we get on to why joe biden coverdell, the secret papers. to clarify, we have a 4 hour version of j of k revisited, which is a documentary just coming out next year in the usaa. and we have a 2 hour version wishes on showtime cable network in the united states. in england


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