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challenge is the sovereignty of laws that cyberspace is no borders, no 70. we ended up with, for example, the national health service in the u. k. the and a chest was completely wiped out from a ransomware attack. if you were coming into a clinic, because you had a test or you had an operation, they can't find your records. they had to go back to pen and paper. ah, the british prime minister's approval ratings plummet to a record low as the fallout grows over revelations. have repeated violations of code rules last year. and now countries health work as a lining up to accuse them of exploitation to the page. you know, they've done nothing to address the pay. there's been no way that i see from the government to, to tackle retention with ports. i've walked away. i have so many colleagues of walks, why? backlash after a transgender group that says international guidelines says it's okay for doctors
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to get full month treatment to children as young as 14, if they want to change gender, unfair and unjust. an afghan security officer who worked for the american embassy and cobbled slammed the united states after he was left behind despite promises of a visa. he now fits for his life. we took a photo life and didn't use the assistive fluids and for the left us behind. i'm deal not supporting us. a ryan has fought in syria right now and getting ready to go to the firing range and all the show. it's called but he's on the russian defense ministry is project to stay ahead of the technology game with its next generation chrome defenses. ah, the tuesday morning at 8 this her 21st of december. i'm calling bright welcome to
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your wealth use for marty international 1st, and the beleaguered british prime minister's approval rating. his nose dived to a record low forest. johnson currently has just half the support he had at the start of the pandemic. the majority of people cold now believe he won't be leading the government by the end of next year. the main reasons are the almost daily damning revelations and photo show the downing street staff conservative party workers, and even the p. m himself violated coven restrictions. last year. the latest picture published by the guardian shows parish johnson with his family and stuff sharing wine and cheese in the downing street garden. when the rest of the country was under strict legal instructions on social mixing during the 1st lockdown, johnson though rejects, there was any wrong doing. those were people at work. this is where i live and where i work. those were meetings of people at work talking about was adding to the british prime ministers was, is an open letter by national health service staff accusing his government of
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exploiting them. it's after hours, johnson asked medics to help deliver the fastest and biggest vaccination drive to stave off the surgeon oma cron cove at variant the housework as though say that being asked for more and more. but that getting nothing in return. we would like to ask each and every one of you why, despite our incredible efforts, you continue to exploit us on behalf of the whole n h s workforce. we want you to acknowledge the damage you have caused apologize and let someone else fix your mess. the n h s needs to be removed from the political playground. people's lives aren't a game. and then a chess nurse who backs the letter says she sees no effort by the government to tackle the issues of medic sufficing right now. they were already seeing like widespread, so shortages that are having a massive impact on patient care. i think working under those conditions where you are short sca and then impacts the workers as well. and. and it's kind of like a psych hook, it becomes unbearable. i'm and said that i think is
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a massive race and we'll just say and people walk away and drives the page. you know, they've done nothing to address the pay. now after i'd seen from the government to, to tackle retention within the workforce. i, i've walked away, i know so many colleagues of walked away. my biggest book there at the minute is pay because i think it would solve a lot of problems and tons of stuff. say if people felt like they were valued and that they were changed values, what they do and you would see a lot more people are in there in these rows because why would they will well walkaway that germany's considering new covered restrictions for all citizens, including those who have accelerated to control rise in cases of the rapidly spreading, omicron staying if the bill passes, it will mean limits on private and large scale gatherings. to get him to get, we have to relevant regulations for working and for public transport. and we are now looking at other areas a decision to be made will certainly restrict private contacts, even more,
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even with those who have been vaccinated and make individual additional decisions in this direction for. but i, i so not much of a honeymoon period for the new chancellor. let's go live to berlin now in elsie's peter oliver. either it really doesn't feel increasingly like it's more of a win rather than an if for tied to restrictions coming in. doesn't it? well, we are going to see a meeting between oil, f, sholtes, he's government and the leaders of germany. 16 states later on tuesday from not meeting with fully expecting there to be more information about restrictions, new restrictions coming down the pipe. it would seem like they are in the post already. we heard from the health minister call loud to by who said that yes, he wants to see new measures come in. and he said he wanted to a stop short of saying that there would be a full new lockdown. however mister low about has in the past said that he wants to see mandatory vaccination, put in place across germany. as soon as possible. it's likely that we'll see,
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talk of mandatory vaccination institute introduced following this meeting on tuesday. but what it is is a clear sign that the worries about a 5th wave of the coven pandemic, driven by the oma, kron very untiring. credibly lodge the looming lodge in the german government mind . what we are seeing already. what we have already across germany is a situation whereby if you haven't got proof that your vaccinated or that you've recovered from coven in the last 6 months, then you already are pretty much excluded from a lot of social life. it means that you, you can't go into a non essential retail or so we sit in restaurants, things like that. so we also have travel measures in place in germany, particularly for people arriving from the united kingdom. where of course omicron is well out of control, pretty much what you,
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you can only end to germany from the u. k. if you're a german citizen, the german resident or you are transiting through a german airport, there are similar restrictions being put in place. similar travel restrictions put in place from people coming from france, denmark and norway both looks like we are heading towards a new scene of restrictions place. but what we have seen is a number of people incredibly unhappy with the things that have already been put in place across germany. over the weekend, there were violent clashes, anti locked down demonstrations and again on monday evening in the german city of mannheim. in barton wharton book, there was an old plan demonstration that took place, 13 emergency services needed to be treated for injuries. following that there was over a 100 people fight it for breaching locked down regulations. and 13 arrests made up that demonstration. ok, still loving to be tricky. christmas has no. i for now peter all over in berlin.
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thank you. next, an influential transgender group is advising that children as young as 14 can be given, sex change drugs by doctors if they're seeking to change the agenda. it's one of the recommendations by an influential organization, the right to the guidelines of care for transgender people worldwide. the suggestion though, has sparks of fiery backlash. 14 is no age to be making such huge irreversible decisions. i do not think anyone that age is able to give proper informed consent to take cross sex hormones. and 15 is much too young to have a double miss tech to me when you can have a tattoo in the u. k. until you're 18 or pop from green lighting, sex change treatment for 14 year olds. and other tips from the transgender group is to allow 15 year olds to undergo chest masculine zation surgery. the organization says that age ball is being suggested due to concerns of potential side effects like weak bones and psycho social problems if procedures are carried out later in
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life. they also admit that evidence on effective early medical intervention is limited. now currently in the u. k, sweden hormone treatments available only to people age 16 and over. and we spoke to walt hi f as an author and former transgender person himself and things that needs to be cautious when dealing with sex, change, therapist for children. my opinion is you should not give any child hormones or help them transition just because they think they are transgender, important for them to confirm that they are not dealing with some underlying co morbidity like buddy just morphia, dissociative disorder. they don't have the capability to understand the long term consequences of taking such drugs and their serious steroid drugs that they're using were beginning to destroy an entire generation of children
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. what we need to understand that was very critical for us to have a discussion about the fact that what this is, is the deconstruction of our children. another words when they start engaging in this idea of transgender, and they're actually deconstructing and dehumanizing who they are. unfair and unjust is how a former african u. s. embassy employee has branded washington's attitude to its former workers in cobble mohammed default. sure re fee is among the many have simply been left behind . i have to be able to money, bronzes, and find the shelter to save myself and my family and my children because of my work, my affiliation with the western us government. so my life is destroyed completely. now, i can't work. i got to live. i tend to appear in the society because of
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my affiliation. so now my life is the great dangers. so we hide our selves in the, in the rooms already. dad, we have a very uncertain situation and we don't know about the future. mister sharif. he worked at the u. s embassy for 2 years and was promised special visa status for himself and his family. however, his request was rejected, switches left him stranded in afghanistan. he also worked for the un assistance mission and supported swedish troops. sweden's refused to get him out in his family now fear for their lives. coalition troops finally withdrew from afghanistan in august with chaotic scenes throughout the evacuation. as you might remember back then concerns were raised over the fate of local employees who could face rep for fusion from the newly reinstalled taliban authorities. according to the state department, more than 60000 interpreters and others who applied for vases are still in afghanistan. mister sharif, he says, that's the treatment for him,
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and people like him who rest their lives is unfair. western countries are in the united states. they are very restricted for accepting immigration, so that's why they're left up behind our la manny enterprise. there were some doors who swelled and supported them during the past 2 decades. in afghanistan, we st. provide discord for them. we supply them every night every day. and we provide it for protection for them. so and now they left us behind us with an unfair because i have don't like me. we harness lou support them. and for every day we will talk rest god and put our life in dangers to assist them. so it's unfair, the left us behind and they are not supporting us us mainstream media have suffered yet another huge embarrassing and incredibly expensive blow with a 3rd major network settling a defamation case. this time,
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the $275000000.00 and b c reached a settlement with kentucky, teenager, and nicholas sandman, after making it look like he'd committed a hate crime in a face off with a native american man. caleb moore been report. we have a situation where n b c has reached a settlement with nicholas sandman, and at this point, they are the 3rd major network to reach a settlement. nicholas sandman, sued cnn for $275000000.00. he sued the washington post for 250000000, and they have both settled. now you'll recall the situation. nicholas sandman was a high school student back in january of 20. 19. he and his fellow classmates at covington, roman catholic high school. they were in washington. d. c for an annual march for life, anti abortion demonstration. and at that demonstration, there was a confrontation, a standoff between himself and a native american activist named nathan phillips. now, images of that went viral and went all over social media and us media,
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mainstream media, social media, it's cetera, were quick to jump on the incident and say that because nicholas and i was wearing a make america great again, a hat that he and his classmates were racist and had racially taunted this native american. this is some of how the media reacted at the time. disturbing viral video has more outraged or covington catholic high school students locking a native american man. some of them harassing and jeering at a native american elder disturbing viral video shows them all the teams that make america great. again. corrupting a native american out there. troubling incident at the foot of the lincoln memorial, nicholas sandman was only 16 years old, a minor at the time this incident took place and his image was plastered across the us media. he was accused of disrespecting, an elder, taunting a native american. he was accused of being racist. there are many,
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many extreme allegations were hurled against him, his face was all across social media as well as mainstream us media. but then longer video surface that showed that he and his friends had not. she ate at the confrontation, he did not approach the native american and the scene of what took place was just wildly inaccurate. the way u. s. media portrayed the chain of events as if this group of high school boys had just randomly walked up to a native american to taunt him. it wasn't true, i mean, here's what actually happened. students from kentucky's all boy covington catholic high school, were instructed to meet on the stairs of the lincoln memorial to await their bus home. a few yards away were 5 black men who identified as hebrew israelites after nearly an hour of and during the verbal attack. the boys asked a chaperone if they could perform one of their pep rally chance to drown out the hate group. the chance attracted the attention of a group of native americans led by veteran activist nathan philip. they began to celebrate by chanting and dancing to the beat. mr. phillips began moving to his
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right down a line of boys, eventually stopping face to face with nick sandman. the young man remained where he had already been standing, placing his undivided attention on mr. phillips. now, at this point, nicholas sandman still has ongoing lawsuit against cbs abc news, the new york times and rolling stone magazine. so we'll see how much of a settlement is reached in those cases, but many are looking on and saying perhaps this shows that before destroying the reputation and plastering the face of someone who is not even 18 years old. all over the media, it would be good to get the fax right 1st time of year for taking stock and planning ahead am for the russian defense ministry. that means staying ahead of the technology. again, i'm going to leave you this without your shop of out of it taking a look at the military's next generation drone defenses. ah,
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with reassuring this british for the 1st time, he filled the moment a guided missile launched by rushes around unmanned aerial vehicle and moving at target. ryan, if the russian army is fast multifunctional recognizance and strike the if pass a number of stringent tests has now been ordered by the defense ministry of russia and is in mass production. mm ryan also perform successfully in miniature operations and syria. iran is the production name, but in the russian on it hold it, which translates is pacing holes around or in a hood. it's drone has a maximum take off weight of more than a ton carries
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a payload of $250.00 kilos. it's 8 meters long. and has a wingspan of 16 meters. it's lined duration is more than 24 hours. it's almond can be placed on 3 attachment points. it kind of use corrected and guided bombs and guided missiles. in terms of it finds and capabilities a ryan can be compared with the american and key one, c great eagle. these railey home is 900 and the chinese wing, but the tank is joined by rock town in russia for its participation in the now gordon, a car back and steering conflicts as well. it's for, it's used by neighboring ukraine in the don't boss is home to size that voice carrying capacity is also half as much welcome to drone began in 2011 to come for the 1st time in 2016. and in april 20 to 20. it ended said this with the russian army, stay in a hotel turn has been a real combat in syria. it's, he's in service with the russian army while it's younger, yet larger brother,
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ellen with other trains are being developed by the concept company here in moscow. a rollin is the 1st domestic unmanned aerial vehicle belonging to the international nail class, which stands for medium altitude, long endurance, u, a v. as mentioned earlier, it can stay aboard for more than 24 hours. initially it's mission was to conduct aero recognizance dan night. in a wide variety of climates including in the arctic and, and the desert. today, a ryan is not totally for recognizance, but also for strike purposes. one ground control center. i can handle several aircraft at once. the complex comprises of their real air crow 6 they were up to 6 large drawing was in one complex. at the same time, the complex allows you to limit tenuously control and insure the juice of optimal or drones in the air with the now we're working on a new modification. it will allow one control point a bit to provide a similar,
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tenuous control plan coordination of up to 20 aircraft. or in fact, this is already small technology also, and the complex includes a ground take off and landing point b, a ground control station and ground support facilities. this machine can lift to 150 kilos. these are optical electronic systems. video cameras and radars was trying purposes it, he's us both standard small caliber air bombs and weapons designed specifically for drain. this particular ryan has fought in syria. right now. it's getting ready to go to the firing range and will be shown. it's compet. he's these 2 guided air to surface missiles or it's payload today. so let's see how is going to go. this modernized, guided add to surface missile has been brought to a level that allows it to, he was runs at targets. that was demonstrated at the range. ryan nozzles many times
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i told him asleep during his mission. almost no operating intervention is required . taxing take off and landing turned out automatically without human remote control . data from ryan is received in real time and is also cumulative on electronic carriers during the flight. the training works almost silently. 5 authentic near 5 chetwin engines are you will hardly be able to have a ride. a different is distinctive feature is the low acoustic signature, which makes the device almost silent. so one of my is 1000 meters above the as the enemy can be taken by surprise. in order to ensure it can fly for such a long time, the device must have a perfect ira dynamic platform. in particular, a wing of high aspect ratio is designed on at plus if engine has low fuel consumption. ryan is powered by a peson engine, which is also assembled internally by the manufacturer. but our complex has an open architecture in which allows integrating almost any payloads to winning weapons in
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accordance with the customers requirements. because we produce both domestically or abroad in proposed iran, as well as other domestic unmanned aerial vehicles to appear russian engineers had to go their own unique way in soviet times, the building of unmanned aircraft was a priority. you ivy's were created in the design bureaus of to police jak of lab, but after the collapse of the u. s. a sun and the crisis of been 19 ninety's, a huge part of the technology was last. therefore, in modern russia, almost all components and systems as well as materials for drones had to be developed from scrunch this cause. russia to lag behind world leaders. however, now the countries catching up fast and even the fact that russian u a, the developers, are currently not pioneers in this area and in many aspects, rely on existing world experience. that experience allowed many mistakes to be
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avoided. they now use the beth, the global technology, the apparent similarity of russia. you a these with foreign models to the naked eye can be deceiving, since the ryan has its own unique elements and developments. oh, in the, in a hot for a ryan, the company had to develop more than 90 percent of his systems census. the target loads and weapons independently taking into account restrictions imposed by sanctions. all developments were made internally within the company from the point of view of key systems. this is a completely domestic machine, a, up to 95 percent of complet materials are used in the airframe design. in production, the carbon fiber is cut out then layer by layer placed on the forming surface using a projection laser system. next, the residents are applied after which the structure is based in another. and finally the part of the fuselage is formed. but as your machine is mainly a platform that is capable of integrating various types of where pollution and
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various target low levels at the same time, the structure has a module of design work. and so it is possible to change the target loads within 30 to 40 minutes remaining and apply this complex for other task for reconnaissance electronic warfare. and so all of that for, for the most important thing in the u. a. v is software, both on board and external. 90 percent of it is produced in the constant group of companies. and this is the most vital and expensive work. this is a unified ground control center 4, medium and heavy. you avi's from here, the aircraft is prepared for flight systems are tracks and if necessary, it's mission is controlled during the flight. also, the control center has the function of the built in simulator. so operators had the opportunity without lifting the aircraft in and trained the control of its target loads. communication between other vehicles and interaction with other types of
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troops. wheel at the ground control center, which is capable to guide all the drones produced by the crunch type company. therefore, they call it a universal control center. a lot of as official intelligence is used here. and this is how the real, what happens, a ryan is during combat mission flying over the firing range billboard is controlling if remodeling it is about to capture and find a target by the way they do by asha november 2021, the company roll down an automated workstation, if several such workstations are installed and a ground control center, it will be possible to control as many as 20 drones at once, and not only devices produced by the cross top group, but also you a, these from other russian manufacturers. recently arrived began to be produced with a satellite communication system. it should significantly increase the range of the
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complex. it seems like the main requirements that the russian army set for the crate as of orion have been met. there when is and information provided by drones on things that cannot be overestimated. and when, in addition to the reconnaissance function, the device can be deployed immediately there by reducing the time for the enemy to meneva, and can work with high precision and said activity called and meet with approval from the customers. the task of accommodating a large amount of payload in a small airframe was also sold. there ryan can boast the relative cheapness of a flight our to the challenge is still remain 1st and foremost, the task of increasing the autonomy of the machine and reducing the role of the controlling human agent. you easily perform tasks independently, pad with manda across tons, interacting with each other. the pilot will simply formulate the command with that voice and the triangle carried out. however, the decision to use weapons will remain with the pass and for
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a very long time to come. there is also the challenge of crating in the future, a single as space for civilian trends and other minds aircraft to fulfill this, it will be necessary to implement the appropriate standards. and finally, another challenge for ryan's manufacturer is, is the very tight deadlines that the ministry of defense sets for the company. therefore, in order to increase the production volume of this and other larger size drawings, a new planned is being billed and deb nanette, moscow. it's launch is scheduled for the end of this year. so it's obvious that business got off the ground and very soon flying robles will god and protect us. you lash above oliver aussie ah ah
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