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ah, i have given the order to open fire and kill terrorists without warning. the cadillac president addresses the nation and claiming $20000.00 extremist attack, the country's biggest city, a days of deadly anti government on rest. the also assigned to allies for sending in these keep please questions about the nature of this request and whether it has it was a legitimate invitation or not. we don't know at this point, washington skepticism does come despite the request having to be made to a regional military block to which are cast on belongs to which entitled members to call in help. also in the program, the british prime minister owns up that he failed to disclose, revealing text to what please watch dog in which he asks it. don't of a funding to do up downing street in a hint said favors in return. opponents say it's thinks of corruption
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and the year on from the u. s. capitol hill riots, the u. s. seems more divided than ever, with many outraged by vice president pamela harris, comparing the events of january the 6th for 911. and pearl harper ah. right, winding down the work week on this friday, but the news isn't going anywhere. plenty to talk about today. here we're not, you know, so the catholic president has ordered his security services to open fire and kill anyone who fails to comply with the orders. it's coming in mid days of deadly on the rest of the country. also, he claimed that a 20000 extremist attack catholics don's largest city almighty well my room, but as a stand will completed anti terrorist operations will destroy those who do not surrender. i have given the order to open fire and kill terrorists without warning . hundreds of civilians and military personnel have been injured and killed
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anonymity due to the actions of terrorists. these were well coordinated actions. the terrorists exhibited combat readiness and best to cruelty. it looks like they were trained all the demands of the people expressed in a peaceful manner were heard to produce any democrats. the can hear that for yourself. gunfire being heard in the city of al matic with around a 100 people detain just on friday alone. riot who's half now reportedly been cleared from the fifty's center. however, let's, i'll show you what the streets about look like right now. the city has been an episode to arrive. on wednesday, the mayor's office was overrun and raised lauren forces and sessions. they are back in control. well, it's been a grim few days of violence in the country report, citing officials saying 18 police and $26.00 protest would have been killed according to cause it sounds, presidential administration, one law enforcement officer was even headed. that it right now is not being confirmed. what about a 1000 people have sustained injuries,
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but we understand them and see tara operation remains in full swing authority, say, order has largely been restored in all regions of the country. however, with almost 4000 arrests being made nationwide, they deal with a chaos because exxon has requested help from its allies under the collective security treaty organization. its a military block of 6 former soviet states. peacekeepers from russia, bella roost, and armenia have been deployed with some already there on the ground. an emission comprises around 2 and a half 1000 troops. according to russia's defense ministry, they assisted local police and securing the big airport and mattie washington that was costa. a doubt on the peacekeepers, presence and legitimacy were closely monitoring reports that the collective security treaty organization had dispatched its collective peacekeeping forces to kazakstan. we have questions about the nature of this request and whether it has it was a legitimate imitation or not. or we don't know at this point while the russian foreign
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ministry has already reacted spokeswoman murray as a heart of a has said that, failing to understand something is often presented by washington as an official position and his or what the united states can't understand. according to the russian foreign ministry that the collective security treaty organization is a military alliance, akin to nato, the comparison is of course, a bit of a stretch. but there are some parallels because both are military blocks and the collective security treaty organization. it unites under its umbrella of 6 nations, possible states including russia, bowers and some other countries. and they have an obligation to come to each other's aid. if an act of aggression is committed against one of the member states, again, much like nato, they would have to come for help. they would have to send a be a troops, weapons in your world, some other ammunition or equipment. this is literally written down in the mission statement of this military alliance. that's why the president of catholics done
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reached out to his allies when he said that right now, international terrorist groups are operating within his country was there she carries their season, buildings and infrastructure, including sites, housing, firearms. these terrace gangs are essentially international. they've undergone cirrus training abroad. their attack on castile must be viewed as an act of aggression. and it seems that some western media outlets seem to miss the point as well. many singled out russia completely emitting the fact that it not only moscow, but all literally, all of the members states of this military block are sending peacekeepers as well. that's another thing. these are peacekeeping forces that are sending their officially, not just troops. and in fact, at the head, over this military block, the had of the collective security chief, the organization has clarified, time and time again that these troops said that these peacekeepers are not there to fight, but rather to defended to protect some key infrastructure objects. city exhausted,
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all of these insinuations about our troops, like we're going to break up demonstrations are not true. that's what the cars at places for. they will do their job and our job is slightly different. some rumors about an intervention occupation and other things started to spread. it's just stupid. i once again state, this is the c s t o countries moved to support kazakhstan and such a difficult period. this is the main reason for decision. there's no other reason for it. as soon as the situation stabilizes, the operation will be suspended and the troops will be pulled out. so it's unpleasant 1st to hear that we allegedly sees an opportunity. it's fake. c, s t o countries show willingness and sincerity in helping kazakstan get through such a trouble period. and this morning, marks are the 1st night that the peacekeeping forces have spent inside of kazakhstan and this night. well, there was a bit of a lull in the fighting. it wasn't as intensified as if the past 48 hours. but according to the reports that we're hearing from the ground and sions are flaring
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up again. we discussed the presence of peacekeepers on washington's position on them with author nicholas j. s. davies. the united states made home with this sort of t r approach to the well that in spite of the united states having dropped more than 300000 bonds and other countries in the last 20 years. and then the united states being the one that has routinely and systematically invaded and bombed the country during that time, the us prioritizes the information war m, which it always cost. so the force of the reason the democracy before since the jet him i see, and by contrast, likes to frame its enemy as somehow illegitimate. meanwhile, checkpoints have been set up to enforce the fuse in the countries capital nor sell
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such as ram assigned. there are 6 of them on authorized leading out of the city situation that has been a relatively common capital. however, it's been added to a red zone due to an alleged covert situation. now the protest and context on 1st broke out on sunday after a spike in the price of liquified gas months after a price cap was lifted. and this has since been re imposed by the president and his government even resigned over the crisis. just quickly, a recap now of how this all unfolded. ah, ah, ah,
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with, [000:00:00;00] with a group of unidentified people attack the mere tv and radio studios and l much. the attackers destroy the tv production,
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conflicts and workplaces of journals. ah, let's give you some context here on the program. kathy, on is the biggest off the central asian republics sharing borders with russia and china. it's a key part of beijing's belt and a road initiative. so clearly, china would like to see a comcast on the wells 9th, the biggest country context on has vast natural resources. in fact, data is number 15 among global oil producers. it's also at the forefront of certain economic trends i was taking. notice the world's 2nd largest bit coin mining hub, made the protests, the crypto currency saw shop decline in price dropping over 6 percent since tuesday . because exxon is also the world's leading uranium export. the security collapses had a significant impact on the price of the radio active heavy metal shut off by 8 percent in just a matter of days. and we spoke with economist or hillary ingram, who says the may have been formally stable because it's, dawn is
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a red flag for foreign investors and potentially an international security risk of more political issues and the economic one. but obviously it must be a big concern because the amounts of single disruption that is taking part in that country. i mean, it's widespread and very expensive, very severe. i think that we possibly secured to confirm with its very, very important that uranium is available not clearly with a significant disruption that is going on in public thumb. thought is certainly in the short run in some doubt supplies will be that i think it will make foreign investors quite nervous. i think they will be looking for more stable economy. they may have been very stable now. i mean, it's a huge, great country. it graphically, very, truly, very important. a lot china,
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but what is taking place my country at the minute i think will be foreign companies from actually putting investment. and i think they'll be looking elsewhere. well, they're still just financially benefiting in one way because they share price and sales training in the u. s. companies has gone up. whereas in public share prices go down so that the company is actually involved in uranium production elsewhere or, or might be making finance guidance. and i think that will continue the british prime minister is once again having to fend off corruption allegations offers the most he withheld revealing text messages from a watchdog probing sleaze in the bars, johnson asked a party donor for funding for his luxury refurb. excuse me, the renovation to his flat, i should say, it does seem to suggest though he's offering political favors in return, although is a bit mucky. his rivals though, say it does rick of corruption. it's pretend believable that bars johnson didn't
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know who was paying for his luxury flatter innovations. if so, that is corruption, plain and simple. by attempting to hide the truth, boris john santa minds, his own office, it stinks of the was kind of conservative cronyism with bowers johnson, simon. they happy to scratch his donna's back to get his flat to stop in return. while that is indeed the case of cause new year, new me hasn't exactly defined bar as johnson's 10 year this year, whatsoever in fact is embroiled in fresh accusations of tory sleeves and corruption even fools in the prime minister to give a quote, sincere and humble apology. for crucial messages relating to the downing street flat refurbishment. of course, you remember last year orest johnson was a bird to seek the cash to pay for this rebound. of course, prime ministers are allowed up to $30000.00 pounds every single year. if a force johnson spent well over a 100000 pounds,
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now it seems like the very man that coughed up halls of this cash with a tory donor who at the very same time, was seeking to see a great exhibition, which is essentially a showcase of british innovation and the great empire. now these text messages dated back to november of 2020 where bar johnson was trying to get the approval of a top interior designer to transform this flag which was being described at the time as a bit of a tip. now, despite apologizing, barnes johnson says he doesn't recall asking for this cash, and that he didn't disclose any of this evidence to the electoral commission that's investigating the refund because the text was just don't exist on his phone anymore . well, obviously the opposition is crying foul, but this story really seems to change, minute by minute force. johnson initially said that he actually paid for this revamp, then some time later you said any loans that were related to the downing street with stablish ment would of course be declared and you cool. but then at the end of
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last year, or the johnson insisted that the u. k is not corrupt by genuinely believe that the u. k is not remotely a corrupt country i, nor do i believe that our institution are corrupted. and i think it's very, very important to, to say that, well, this of course isn't with fast tory party scandal. of course, last year we saw in november investigation found that tory dern is have been offered seats in the house of lords. then there was these allegations that many 3 m p 's were having a 2nd jobs not to mention, of course, december was doused in these downing street a christmas party allegations, but in relation to this particular mass, boris johnson has indeed been cleared of breaching any ministerial codes downing street such as normal practice for the prime minister to receive project proposal. but many people really question how normal is it to receive conversations about project proposals. while at the very same time, the prime minister is seeking
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a huge sum of money are still to come here with a program on odds here because i back to lodge ga, which seemed to spell the end for normal diplomacy between patients. i will cover doctor much wheel back in about 60 seconds. ah oh is your media a reflection of reality? in the world transformed what will make you feel safer? isolation for community. are you going the right way or are you being that somewhere? direct?
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what is true was his faith in the world corrupted. you need to descend, have join us in the depths, will remain in the shallows. max and stacy are in mexico and re heading south and we're getting closer and closer to the epicenter, the global sensor point. now, of the big coin revolution. ah, it's good to have you with us today. it is a one year on from the u. s. capitol hill riots and joe biden says it was all kohls to buy quote, a web of lies spun by his predecessor, notably, the american liter. go through his entire anniversary speech without once
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mentioning donald trump by name. for the 1st time in our history, president had not just lost an election. he tried to prevent the peaceful transfer of power. the former president, united states of america, has created spread a web of lies, but to 2020 election. meanwhile, the u. s. vice president kamala harris is facing a barrel of criticism for her remarks on the january $600.00 bursary. believe it or not, she compared the attack on capital hill to 911 and pearl harbor tragedies that ultimately killed thousands of people. common le compared jan 6 to the attack on pearl harbor and the twin towers fear beating, in truth twisting at its finest. president biden and vice president harris speeches today were an effort to resurrect a failed presidency. more than marking the anniversary of a dark day in american history to day vice president made history as
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a national disgrace. nearly 3000 people died on 911 and about 2400 were killed at the attack of pearl harbor. for blatant disregard for the legitimacy of those tragedies by correlating them to january 6th is reprehensible. abide and did promise unity a year ago. a new poll suggests more than half americans thing, the national divisions are worse than before. they also believe there will be a similar attack on the capitol within the next few years. we discussed biden's anniversary speech with political analyst day parkins. everything joe biden brings to the mix causes more harm than good every week he gets new record lows in ratings for this or that issue. he actually is doing what trump said he was doing aids, slowly dismantling and destroying the country by virtue of policies that don't work . january 6 is being compared to pearl harbor and $911.00 because they want it to be remembered eternally because it's an instance of trumps, of orders, gathering and shouting support for trump and opposition to democrats. and because
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democrats can't win the legitimate arguments with policy positions. the next thing they have to do was silence and intimidate the opposition. so in 2021 was a well, pretty bad year on a number of levels, not least when it comes to that of international relations with a traditional diplomatic etiquette. apparently just going straight out the window artes, paula slee, i now take a look, look back into the year. that was when it comes to crises and conflicts. politicians usually say they prefer diplomacy. but in the year that was we thought, diplomacy failing even allies. the apple of discord in 2021 was a trilateral security agreement between the united states, australia and the united kingdom, to provide camera with a nuclear submarine fleet. but it ignored one small detail. australia already has a submarine agreement with font. it's really a stop in the back. a relationship of trust have been built with australia and this
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trust has been betrayed by and made things worse by claiming that frank was aware of the alliance and the new deal. while emanuel cron was furious and accused australia of lying to him, i do say when, when we have respect, you have to be 2 and you have to behave in line and consistently with the value. i don't think i know the conflict show something many already knew. western countries are not united, not even against a common enemy. the beijing olympics is another saw in everyone's eyes as the u. s. u. k. and candidate seemingly support a diplomatic boycott. us diplomatic or official representation would treat these games as businesses usual in the face of the p. r. c's agreed to human rights abuses and atrocities. and john, and we simply can't do that. there will be effectively
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a diplomatic boycott of the that will be diplomatic because of the, of the winter, the big baby's name it is respected to attend. i do not think that supporting boycotts, all sensible, not remains the policy of the government. the chinese viewed the need as manipulation, but shrugged it off as unlikely to cause too much trouble. in fact, no one would care about whether these people come or not, and it has no impact whatsoever on the beijing winter olympics to be successfully out. not only you allies agreed with the u. s. decision to keep government officials away from the olympics, making some american politicians angry. i'm deeply concerned that seemed less determined than the we're just of china from using the olympics as a huge propaganda when and in fact, china's using it in all kinds of subtle ways with influences another means to spread information. i'm hopeful that perhaps allies will be stronger, but the european politicians seem to have another view. respite on sports is
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a world apart that needs to be protected from political interference. if not, things can get out of control and it could end up killing all of the competitions. for many countries it's more important to maintain relations with china than to express fund garrity with the united states raising questions as to the integrity of the waste. the you will say says many different internal diplomatic stand offs, not least of all between neighbors. like the notorious case in turkey, where the e u commission president had no way to sit in a room. i felt hurt and i shall to known as a woman and as a european other crisis were more serious than so for gait and included
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a split within the you. like when brussels was unsatisfied with polish legislation, wanting in new laws to be superior. walsall was angry, more and more you member states are seeing that there should be a limit to competencies what the european union can decide on and what the polish state can decide on. but the use these things differently. we consider that this case low breached the general principles of autonomy. re massey effectiveness and uniform application of union low. and the binding effects of rulings of the course of justice. and it's not just about poland. hungary seems to be at odds with in you to an awful bonnum when you talk with mine. consequently, following the decision of the constitutional court, we decided that we will not do anything to change the way the border is protected, that we will maintain the existing regime even if the european court ordered us to change it. although poland and hungary have different ways of challenging the union,
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it's the idea of undermining the supremacy and unity of the union that has brussels most wide. russia is another example of diplomacy gone wrong, except that in this case the u. s. and you are acting together. russia is worried that nato is expanding and building up relations with the ukraine and acting aggressively despite promises not to. would you put those in case our western colleagues continue to push their clearly aggressive line. we will respond with appropriate military and technical measures. we will provide a tough response to any unfriendly moves, and i want to stress that we have the full right to do this. the us and its allies are threatening harsh x, and i think that is a very clear signal that we are poised to move in a dramatic way. if wash it does undertake for their military question against
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ukraine. so from submarine disputes and fractured alliances and fears of an all out conflict to the encroachment of sport from politics. have plenty of diplomatic debrief or politicians to sift through and try to amend as we into the new year policy a r, t. berlin and other feature of last year was that of culture was in france. this centered on what some leading politicians among them. president, macro and cold woke movements ultimately imported to the country from america. and shall ado. buskie now explains how the shift a woke ism has been devastating for much of france. i. this is in fighting mode with the government. actually concerned about a new cultural totalitarianism that's been creeping in from the anglo sphere may specifically from the u. s. now, in an under 12 months criticism over that us inspired activism for race and gender
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called woke is summer has been growing. the ideal, the u. s. wants to lecture france has provoked bafflement. unacceptable boost. on the contrary to the united states, we accept much more a group in by ethnicity, by culture, by religion, and precisely where there is a kind of idea of universality. reiser pointed wider, so it was the golden age. so we're not going to criticize the americans for that. when we see slavery, they abolished in the united states in 1865 with lincoln, and we in france, in 1848. that's even 17 years before. but we're not going to say we did it before, i think the wage of you. so i really don't see how the americans can see something like that. because if you look at all of the history of our country or the culture of our country, all the countries did, we have like martinique in quite a loop in all of the indian ocean, et cetera. i think that france was always open to all of the cultures. things are considered to be so dire that the country's education minister has been put in charge of an anti woke,
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think tank to coordinate the action present. macenrow is also made his views clear about a raising history to appease these woke activists. la bleak, the republic will not erase any trace or any name from its history. you will not take down any statue. for people here in paris council culture is becoming all too much from 7 am in constant because i find that in prince back in equality is in fact it separates people when there was no separation before. and it's the opposite a fact. so you probably should rather have subjects of agreement rather than a discord. we already sufficiently in a troubled world, the union appointing the singer too much can reinforce nationalism and withdrawal into oneself. and that is not good, but well, i'm 75 years old and i have never seen the country in such a state. we already muzzled with our masks. we can no longer express ourselves properly without being called
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a fascist or another insult. but pro woke campaign is on not giving up these a frances using the idea that he doesn't segregate people by race, by sex, or religion, to hide the realities of racism and sexism that he's right within the republic. however, the critics of work isn't. the problem boils down to the idea that canceled culture aims to stifle real debate. what is objectionable in this woke ism, is the idea that instead of having a discussion or a debate, or even an argument about it, that there should be that it should somehow be cancelled. and so are we, we are dealing, i'm sorry to say that it sounds rather rude, but we're dealing with the difference between intelligence and stupidity. it's just stupid. and he's this shift to woke isn't actually promoting reverse discrimination . politicians of all stripes were united in condemnation. after to merge that, the largest french student union unit was holding meetings that were not open to
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white students. the president of unit visible, uncomfortable, explains at workshops, organized by the student union apprehended for white. how can the university tolerate such discrimination and enter white racism within it? if our rooms are closed to students because of their skin color, we must dissolve the unit. a real worry is that any veering towards woke ism will only stoke divisions by putting people in tribes and telling them how they should behave and as much as france is government. me be fighting against states. it's a battle that the country may have already lost. charlotte, even sky r t, paris and wrapping up the program for this solid life for moscow. it now a half past 3 friday. thanks for sharing your time with us here in the russian capital. plenty more stories still to come. when we were to


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