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[000:00:00;00] ah ah, well, i didn't do anything special, i should be back for my life. every post in my situation would have done the say. the 1st words of a rescue i was miraculously found alive and aside, barian coal mine off the being presumed dead. a criminal probe has now been opened into thursday. the explosion which claims more than 50 lives and means strain of cove. it is identified in south africa. metaphysical pretty far more infectious than previous variance, spoken to the head of the russian investment fund, which is i was seeing the roll out of the back seat and then you were able to be started. and we need to see how to show the existing site in your area. so it
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shouldn't be available. show people a portfolio, different person technologies to stays off of the migrant tragedy in the english channel. the french president is incense of the british prime minister to twitter selective powers about the crisis. ah, very well welcome to you. you're working on see international with me, nicky, aaron. and we start this out with a developing story in the us where 3 people have been shot in a north carolina shopping center on black friday. that condition is currently unknown, please have evacuated. the south point moorland are currently investigating. one suspect has been detained and verified footage posted on social media shows terrified. shoppers running from the seed. shoppers in the mall took to twitter as
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events unfolded. one reporter aaron thomas said he was inside the shopping center at the time. he was in a store with other shoppers when it was locked down enough the 1st pictures of a rescue while he was found alive after thursday's deadly mine explosion in siberia, which claimed the lives of 51 people he had been presumed dead. these are his 1st words after his miraculous survival returned the village. alexander, how do you feel? i'm doing great. lucy did start. are you able to see better now? yeah, better. where would you see a girl? you see him where all bursting with pride, that it all went well. young. well, i didn't do anything special. i simply battle for my life. or more, every person in my situation would have done the same. the rescue was found as he was being taken to hospital. it spent a night trapped under the rebel and his family had already lost hope of seeing him
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alive. that even posted online at that remembrance ceremony for him. doke to say to rescue his life is not in danger, though his condition is serious. the death toll of the tragedy now stands at $51.00 . people with the recovery operation now forced to a halt because of fears of another explosion. was with let me share some great news . while the rescue teams were working in the mind facing all the risks down there, one rescuer was found alive. he's one of our medics who was saving people right there. this wish him health present boulden has issued an award for the 6 rescuers including the recovered person. the other 5 will receive pos, humorous awards. all this is nothing short of a miracle. one of the rescue workers who was presumed dead as of this morning, has unexpectedly turned up alive, report leaving, coming out to the rescuers on his own. he was one of those 6 missing rescuers who declared yesterday to have not made it out of the mind when the operations was, were for to
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a halt. now this is obviously giving hope to the relatives of the victims at as of this point, there are now $51.00 victims. ah, instead of 52, there was initially reported earlier this morning. but unfortunately, the authorities say that there is probably not much chance that they will find any more survivors. this is wanted of a kind miracle. as a matter of fact, a v, a rescue for himself is right now in stable condition. however, it's important to know just how unusual the says, especially given the chaos and the devastation that was going on in that mine. a quick breakdown of what happened is basically that almost a full day ago at 9 am on thursday local time. there were reports of an explosion and smoke spreading throughout the mine. at that point, there were 283 people working there and most of them managed to survive. now behind me is the mine where this all happened. we've been here all morning and throughout
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the entire day, relatives of the victims have been pouring in. ah, 2, 1st of all received the final word on the fate of their loved ones and pick up some personal belongings. things like keys, their cars, us some clothes, and what have you. obviously there were all the family members were all very distraught. these are the wives, the mothers, the daughters, the sons, close relatives of these miners, ah, who unfortunately died here. ah, now obviously people want answers at this points and a criminal investigation has been launched into at what led up to this tragic accident. and already there have been some arrests made of, namely the head of the mining organization, his deputy, as well as the person in charge of this particular mine. also, there were 2 safety inspectors arrested, who apparently carried out a safety inspection of this particular this exact mine just a week ago, a week before this tragic accident. now while that criminal investigation is still
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ongoing, of obviously people want answers and hopefully we'll receive more of them in the near future. however, right now the thoughts are with those who lost their loved ones in this incidence. and hopefully, maybe despite the unlikely in us of it that more survivors could actually turn up. but we'll just have to wait for that. miss. now have a look at how the tragedy unfolded a. 6 50 day, don't they horrific mine? explosion inside barrier. 8 30 am november the 25th. the mind with 285 people inside filled with smoke. after a methane explosion, a fortune with 9 am november 25th,
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actuation and rescue work starts. reports of 1st casualties authorities and now there is no contact with at least 37 people. a 5 pm november the 25th rescue operation suspended in mid fears. if possible. explosion with over 30 mine is still missing. rescue say there's not much hope left because it's minus have only 4 hours of oxygen supply. 10 pm november, the 25th group of rescue workers fails to come up after the threat of explosion. latent 3 of them were found today. oh no. all right, we're doing a deal with 3 15 pm, november the 26th. a presumed dead rescue work came out on his own raising hope
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among desperate families of miners. it is not the 1st deadly accident in this mine with another me said explosion, claiming 13 lives in 2004 to my director and 2 others arrested over safety, cravings. i lied to me, the just yes video list you good spot you out with ah yes. another highly infectious cove. it strain has been identified. and this time in a south africa, the wells health organization has convened an emergency meeting to discuss the potential risks of won't be labeled as super mutants of variance. a 1st case of it in europe has not been registered in belgium. we spoken to the head of the russian direct investment fund, which is overseeing the global distribution of the sputnik vaccine. he says, a range of different jobs is key to fighting the pandemic and new strains. i think
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it's very important to investigate was in your burial or so far too. it has shown to be incredibly effective against all of the different mutations. and we will share some ongoing data, hopefully a little bit later on a great her efficacy against belt a very i'm so so numerical force has to be started. and we need to see how bishops as exists and like seems like games in your area. but also weekend really quickly about vaccine when you variant, if needed and we believe that different counties or follow different like suits. we see that monopoly off and we're in a vacuum in europe failed to protect europe. so it shouldn't be about em. are they monopoly? it should be about a portfolio of different extent. acknowledges include interaction vaccines, chinese like scenes, other vaccines from britain astrazeneca is very good. and all this report folio different vaccines. can countries themselves on a while discussions about a vaccine mix and match approach as a, as
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a way to maximize the effectiveness of shots his circulating in the medical community with separate clinical trials on different shot combinations currently being held in pakistan, the u. k. and as the by john, the head of the russian direct investment funds, again, things partnerships between vaccine manufacturers is going to prove vital and moving forward we provide a longer term solution. we believe the partnership between emma and they haven't seen and done the viral machine. no, just wouldn't. so i chose johnson and johnson astrazeneca provides a long beach response that would allow to avoid spikes is a, be a seen right now in europe in the u. s. because emma and they another, the vital partnership will provide full long been unity. it is and just, and we're in a technology we, for example, and fumbled trials in argentina showed that it's on nick like seeing increases into borders into cell responses sooner. foreign vaccine ben times. and today we had the great mentioned was our chinese all excellent investments to think about joint
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award on different may be combination of like seen. so we opened the partnerships and we believes a different restrictions are based on vaccine. ah, approvals are on that. a different function certificate and should be interchangeable and acceptable. so i think the world needs to comp understanding that it's not so much about which soon brand it's about level of anxious. boy, this is a truly mattress, is sometimes very individual response of people how quickly declines for different people. so, but really when the will decide political and profit cheering motives, a site and award to much better as a global community, you know, immunity for a global community. different vaccine manufacturers together, the soles is a big problem of the world. and the variance has also been found in botswana and hong kong since fast being attacked in south africa. trying to say it has an unusually high number of mutations and it describes it as quite the worst. so far, professor constantine,
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so the varying auth. tote is that vaccination is key. so i believe the, the only way to curb to spread of this well to come to virus but not to spread. the virus is to either vaccinate well close to 100 percent of the inhabitants or the planet or to have an equal amount of them being infected. whichever builds the immunity and makes the secondary infections last year. oh, if you think about it from the point of view of producing countries, of course they should care about their population most. that's reasonable and the other hand, because this is a global threat. and of course, you know, countries which are less well off and have less vaccinated, population would suddenly be a threat. again, globally, virus doesn't this through necessarily you paid to become stronger, whatever the needs are mean, or whatever, right?
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so, but in fact, one can also have an argument that it may become more benign, even though it may be spreading faster in terms of the combinations of scenes. this is a viable strategy and so, but it has nothing to do with this particular by the risk. so as you think about the, the customer us being vaccinated to many cases, it's more convenient to be able to mix and match. so even if there was no, this particular theory and the strategy of combining different 16th of the bible strategy, a war of words has her up to between france and the u. k. following wednesdays, tragedy the english channel in which $27.00 migrants drowned before and president launched out that boris johnson for resorting to social media to demand paris. take back those who make the dangerous crossing seas. charlotte dimansky takes up the story. president michael, now we are having that blistering attack directly at the u. k. prime minister boris johnson. this follows i just the fuel was after we found out that the french
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interior minister had essentially barred his u. k counterpart from coming to a meeting over the weekend where the current migrant crisis was due to be discussed . that means pretty patel will not be there to represent you. k, as france meets other countries, such as belgium and the netherlands to find out how they can stop at this crisis from continuing this, all of course results following a tragedy early this week in which 27 people lost their lives at when they dingey capsized. as they were trying to cross over the english channel. now, boris johnson published this letter on twitter, which was talking about cooperation and what could be done between the 2 countries that has really irked france at president mac korn, saying that, you know, this is absolutely unacceptable. this is what else he had to say. just future creed emitted, i'm surprised by these methods, says they're not serious. one leader does not communicate with another on these
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questions via twitter or an open letter. well, that letter from boris johnson, the you case, as a kid doesn't regret publishing it on a social media site and it says that it was published in the spirit of cooperation . so what did the latter say that really irked france? well, one of the things that boss johnson suggested is that british police could patrol with french police here on french soil in a bid to eliminate this problem. and even worse, which really has put people's backs up is boylston, suggested that any migrants that reached the u. k from france, should be sent back. i propose that we put in place of bi lateral re admissions agreement to allow all illegal migrants who cross the channel to be returned. you know, the situation between the 2 countries has been pretty for now. for some time. they have been arguing over several issues, but this really marks
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a serious decline in the relations france for its part has made lots of accusations against the kates as the case for too attractive for migrant. that's why people are risking their lives to cross the english channel. it says cache. and it for hand jobs are which are on the black market, are much easier to get hold of. and while people make asylum applications and waiting for the results that they are often given shelter, they given access to medical care and they given money such as around 40 pounds a week they sit says is part of the problem. now the u. k. for it's part says look, we're in the middle of titling our rules at the moment. this is a law we're trying to pass at the moment. which would mean that if you're an asylum seeker and you put in a claim, but you entered the u. k. illegally that will be looked at on favorably on your application. however, there are some that said that doesn't go far enough and they called for a repeal of the human rights act. the reader of the house has already mentioned the boarders will,
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but i fear that we won't be able to give back full control of our immigration of solemn policy unless we scrubbed the human rights act. now the u. k says, look, what france is trying to do is essentially, it puts in a bad situation as a result of all of these arguments that the 2 countries are having in this post breaks it, period it says prompt is going slow and not doing enough to stop migrants from leaving it shows on these terribly ag ended treacherous conditions. it says that it seen record high asylum seekers as they haven't been at this level for around 20 years. and in the last 11 months, more than 25000 people have crossed successfully over the channel. so it says, france just simply isn't doing enough. now the french of reacted to that and said, look, it's pretty impossible to monitor every meter of coastline in northern france . is something like 300 miles long. they say, you know, people hide behind some deans,
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it says it's doing whatever it can. now they were full calls for cooperation between the 2 nations as a result of that tragedy earlier this week. but what we are now seeing instead is what is turning out to be a serious diplomatic rift. a dramatic police chase in moscow led to scenes of devastation under struction in the russian capital on friday, bringing one of the city's main highways to a standstill. ortiz, daniel hawkins, has the details at traffic. police gave chase to be m w all through, sped up instead of pulling over as requested by offices that they can look at some photos. you have the car in front. he caused multiple accidents as it tried to get away one of vehicle a concede, quite dramatic footage, catching fire off to the collision now, all and all around 5. cause one hit. you can see this, she a trail of destruction left by the gets away driver as you try to escape quite
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miraculously given the chaos on the road. nobody was actually injured. as you can see on the video posted on social media, the traffic really paralyzed the key road running through the heart of moscow. and we can see some voters released by the interior ministry of ross. you can actually see the chase itself had taken place. really seems you'd expect to see me fast and furious. oh, need for speed. not in the heart of russia in moscow. police having to use their weapons to get the car to stop firing on the driver on the vehicle. he was injured in the process. you can see have multiple cars, a taking part in this, chase really like something out of a movie here. and a lot of questions being off. why was this driver so desperate to get? why, why risk his own life on the lives of others? well, this is the suspect, himself, a 23 old male being pulled out of the car. the interior ministry, a lot shipment of drugs was found inside. now we're hearing conflicting reports of what exactly the officers discovered off the searching the vehicle and the suspect
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himself. he can see it looking quite unsteady on his feet, not surprising, given recent events. he was quite confused or perhaps evasive about the origin and the destination of his elicit cargo. president joe biden has delivered his thanksgiving speech with the message america's back, but it was far from a typical national holiday with an ongoing pandemic count. inflation is a 3 decade high looking at how storing crises have affect the celebrations his saskia taylor. this thanksgiving. it wasn't the tuck he hoping for a pardon, but the president, because at this point, the only thing that's not been hit by inflation us a biden's ratings. but don't worry because his right hand woman has a slight grasp of the issue. prices have gonna. yes, they have probably why carmella decided to take advantage of a walk ship to paris to drop a cool $400.00 on
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a single cooking pot. so much better than over paying back home. now the average american though decided to reuse lost his pot for this year's turkey to keep the price of the thanksgiving meal down. but it still ended up costing 20 percent more than in 2020. so maybe if they'd listen to the mainstream media's top tips, they could've saved a dollar or 2, perhaps forgo the turkey. bear with me, i know that is the staple of the thanksgiving meal. however, some people think turkey is overrated. and so it's tends to be the most expensive thing on the table. maybe you do an italian feast instead. now if you shorten ideas where to buy things your cheap italian feast, i recommend puppy into your local branch of the dollar tree web. every item costs you guessed at a dollar for 35 years, that is been inflation popped along and it's now the $1.25 tree which might sound unprecedented and very, very bad. but actually, you know, inflation is nothing more than biden's enemies spreading rumors, blood,
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talk about inflation. i'm nothing from you. but in general, out there has been, uh, it's become a political huddle. and while spending all your savings on a holiday meal might seem a big deal, you're really losing sight of the bigger picture here. they didn't really appreciate that. within a year, the bite administration has passed 2 major pieces of legislation through both of the house and the senate. now i wonder if the truck has have just been mandated vaccination amid a supply chain quizzes, an historic shortage of drivers. appreciate biden. all those who this went to will probably see their energy bills jump by up to 50 percent, or those who might have not just a cold christmas, but a dark one to people who are monitoring the electric grid are incredibly concerned about brown, out or black out and wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, in the future or now. now and yes,
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bite and did release some ext oil barrels to fight rising energy prices. but some think he's just covering up the real problem. his own energy policy. that's why 14 states suit biden for stopping oil and gas leases. lawmakers want him to reopen the keystone pipeline, and unions that backed him in the elections. now site, you regret it. generally, there are too many fans of his all that green thing president by whose energy policy is both weak and dom, but just as common has got a handle on inflation. the energy secretary knows has stopped. so don't worry how many barrels of oil did you consume per day? i don't have it given how well things are going. it's really little wonder that biden's piney at 2024. we run. if you wanted to celebrate thanksgiving this year with only foods that had risen of price last year, you could have hotdogs, she's lettuce and cookies. so even beyond the economic and financial effects of inflation in places, roy, individual,
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stealth action has tremendous social purchase role is devastating. the by the administration is far more worried about making sure the blame is cast on the previous administration. as opposed to addressing the actual causes a better thing right now would be for the government to our to observe some sort of fiscal. busy and monitors sobriety and let prices are go back to where they were before the pandora. but it seems like, as has been said many years by democratic politicians are not going to let a good crisis go to waste and they're going to take every opportunity they can to get the sorts of policies and the sorts of thumb thought forms past. lobbyist, ok. the washington post is receiving flank online for the way it tweeted about a suspected car running at a christmas parade tragedy last sunday. is that the now deleted tweet. it said the tragedy was caused by an f u v. it fails to make any mention that the driver had been arrested and charged with 5 counts of 1st degree intentional homicide. well,
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the incident that killed 6 people, including an 8 year old child and been today the 6th day, according to charging documents. the suspect is down brooks, he was previously convicted of sexual abuse on charged with domestic violence and serve time for cannabis possession is also being reported. he shed pro, hitler means and posts on line calling from violence against white people. the washington post was ridiculed for failing to mention the suspect, all his charges and his suite. so why didn't they say that the canoes should tragedy was caused by any r 15 caused by an s u. v. events unfolded notice on the left seeks to cover for black criminals, but depriving them of human agency. so the washington post said that the walk is shattered. attack was caused by an s u v. i guess when my mother died on 911, it was the plains fault, has the s u. v. been charged. when are we doing have common sense?
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s u v. laws of media outlets false alarm bass did for calling. what happened? a crush ortiz contributing on political commentator lauren chen gave his her perspective on the situation. i think there's absolutely evidence that the western media is downplaying the walker shaw attack, especially when we consider their reporting of the cauldron. how shooting? i think the difference in coverage frankly comes from the fact that the walker shaw attack cannot be used for political points by the mainstream media or by the left. and those 2 things are increasingly synonymous. unfortunately if we look at be called written house attack, there was the narrative being painted that there were violent trumps supporters were going out and attacking gentle a peaceful protesters who simply wanted racial racial equality. and we saw something similar with the january 6 event. the narrative was being painted that was that there were violent right wing extremists who are intent on overthrowing the government. we saw something similar in charlottesville. there was actually a woman who was killed as a result of a car ploughing into
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a crowd of people. and for months, if not still currently the mainstream media painted that as a terrible terrorist attack, that was the result of political extremism. if we look at the numbers, the walker chart tack is deadlier than any of those incidents that i've previously mentioned. 6 people have died dozens more injured yet because the attacker is a blackmail who we see from social media post actually had some, but these were black life matter. there's not really many ways that the media can spin this in order to make the left look good. or to exert more power for left wing ideas and therefore they've instead decided to just bury it completely, which at this point it's almost a cliche to ask people, could you imagine if the roles were reversed? but if the walk sha driver had, in fact been white and he had injured 60 some black people and killed 6 of them, this would be international news. it would be news for months. it would be talked about for years. just before we go and update on our developing story in the us
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where 3 people were shot at the north carolina shopping mall on black friday, it's also been confirmed that a 10 year old child was injured by a bullets ricochet. the child was taken to a local hospital with injuries that are not thought to be life threatening, police, or have evacuated to southport, more south point mole, and currently investigating one suspect has been detained. verified footage, posted on social media so terrified shoppers fleeing the scene. we could find, find plenty more of the day stories on our website, r t dot com, will the back, the copy of the latest ah, to proceed with cells form these double membranes structures which are like sax, which capture pushes aside, applies them, and then deliver them to water, the incinerator of the cell, the license for degradation. so that's what we'll talk to
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