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ah, ah, for example was opposed shop left side, a few broken gadgets, broken windows looted, stores burned out buildings the aftermath of the violent protest. sweat from classic style. and while the authorities claim is a terrorist back, attempted to local tell, i'll tell you about the impact it's having on their lives. these were not of people . we were all resting after the new year's celebrations. of course, it was scary. we stayed home was in, you still have the lovely well they destroyed everything, people were in danger of being killed. meanwhile, griggs, of russian citizens arrived back home after being evacuated from casks down. after all, commercial flights were grounded in other news, angry rocks in europe over tufty coded restrictions with large scale protests over government mandates to exclude begun vaccinated from public places. and russia in
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the u. s. prepared to kick off crucial security. talk this week. hm. id, escalating tensions over nato. these would expansion and those ongoing allegations of russian invasion of ukraine with another good have you with us. it's just a, it's a monday, january the 10th, to start a new day and a new week here on our t international. i'm calling bright 1st. let's update you on what's happening in catholic style. the government that says the recent violent protests were part of a coordinated terror attack designed to overthrow the countries leadership. or your thought to say that they rounded up about 6000 people on terrorism charges. and that there are a substantial number of foreigners among the sweeping anti terror operations underway and catholics down commercial capital and its largest city. i'll mattie which has borne the brunt of the violence is to be aftermath. riotous, have been looting stores and torching government buildings. it said that many of
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them were carrying firearms. dozens of people have been killed along the way, including 16 police officers. it's also claimed that some of those officers with the headed catholic officials also say that 3 children were killed by gunfire. security video from mon shopping, mal obtain bow correspondence, shows looters destroying glass counters and snatching anything valuable. overall damage in the countries estimated at more than $200000000.00 reporting from al mattie, his are senior correspondent, mariah garcia and it be unfair to say that the peaceful protests in kazakhstan caused all that much economic damage. it. it wasn't the peaceful protests. it was the riots the mayhem and the looting afterwards that over scant days has caused more than $200000000.00 in damage to the country. mostly here in the city of amity and those are preliminary estimates. the real damage is expected to be much, much more kazakhstan has said repeatedly that it believes this wasn't spontaneous.
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it was organized, looting with more systematically hitting shopping centers and businesses at the shopping center. cctv cameras caught the mayhem in this shopping center and elsewhere. looters, of course, went for easiest pickings 1st that his electronic shops, jewelry stores, as well as atm. this, for example, was a food shop, not a lot left aside from a few broken gadgets. shelves were cleared in minnows, security could do nothing but watch and police were engaged in fatal fire fights with armed gangs elsewhere. and the looters went to town. there's very little doubt that this was plaid because the people that came here and did this, brought the right equipment. it takes a lot to get into cash machines, but they manage to do. it's taking the cash cassette push this looks like
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a bluish. well, i don't want this to be happening. of course, it was scary. we stayed home. almost these were not all people. we were all resting after the new year's celebrations. were some foreigners were doing all this is we were waking up. people just went out to the square to peacefully protest and then left, and then it all erupt. it got there. i heard some kind of running around voices. so i looked out and most likely they knocked out the doors of some shops. there are many electronic stores on the street level, and then they got into the car and left. there was no police which was in the lobby when they destroyed everything, people were in danger of being killed. it was scary. it's good that we live far away. it didn't reach us, everything was awful, that there is no street lighting yet, and people are not turning on the lights in their homes. the people are afraid. there were different people on the streets. at 1st the protests were peaceful. he
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shouldn't have still worse cuz it what can a pensioner says? i'm sitting at home, i'm afraid to go out. good. it's good that we have peacekeepers now. it was a terrifying time for civilians. many hidden their homes turning off the lights to avoid attention as gags laid waste to the city of alma t. it was nothing they could do though when they could call for help. till the peacekeepers came mm mm mm mm mm mm. mm mm. mm. mm. mm. mm mm mm mm. uh the now secure airport. mathee evacuations are underway. russians and other national zipping evacuated abroad charter flights and military cargo played what
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they went through can only be described as an ordeal. thrush. my book on your site was scary. of course. there was no information or communication, i'll get back to paris, but if i have to explain their how bad the situation here is why they don't report it on the news. france is not organizing anything yet, but i do not think as they say in france than it is bad that the russians have arrived at again. this is assistance to the country, the situation, and the citizens of russia. yes, more than that of my how i am more or less normal situation, but thank god we were waiting for these planes to evacuate us where stockton, with his, with face the crowd, was armed, lived in the hotel next to the square. we saw however, it was burning flash grenades were frown, so it was very scary with scary because i was born here and it hurt seeing all the events that happened and are happening. but everything seems to be getting better.
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to them is the castle. socrates could have put down the rights on their own, but how long would that take? perhaps there would have been even more casualties. all in all about a 100 people are being evacuated on this one military flight. but altogether about a 1000 people have contacted the russian culture and thus to be evacuated out of our mighty alone, just just one city and they will be evacuated over about 10 or so flood. but authorities have told us that they expect more people to contact the counselors in to request evacuation, to mourn them for a national reminder where we're talking about psychotics down as a vast country. of course and central asia is biggest republic. it. she has lengthy borders with both russia and china. the protest began initially in response to rising energy prices, but quickly developed into riots, culminated in the largest city l. mattie. meanwhile, many of the russian military plains, transporting people out of kazakhstan and now back home,
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rushes evacuated more than a 1000 of its nationals, including people visiting relatives, tourists, and also some professional athlete among the numbers. well, here's what some of them had to say. yeah, we didn't go outside. it was scary. we're very glad to have the opportunity to fly out. were extremely grateful. and of course there was the feeling that people cared . i was very glad that everything turned out like this. yes, the question, but there is a feeling of gratitude and the feeling that it took a small miracle to get out of the country when all fights were cancelled. and it wasn't clear how we would get out of russia, for instance. on january the 4th, she turned 17 years old, and on the 4th, we had a strong sense of foreboding. in the morning when we woke, there was no internet to any of a connection. it was the strangest feeling, not being able to call any one. no one could contact anyone. no one knew anything. speak was another was good. i can tell you. one thing is that with the arrival of our peacekeepers, the l massey. people themselves and other casks tanny's could finally breathe out. all our peacekeepers are amazing that they repeat, rinse, was worth a lot,
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and the fact that they behaved so confidently. everything about them was really honorable, was even let us let you mentioned catholics down requested help from neighboring allies to help restore law and order more than 3000 peacekeepers from the multinational siesta military alliance arrived from russia, bella bruce armenia, that he kissed on and cut his thumb there stated mission is to secure vital infrastructure while the local law enforcement sales with wives and they're also c, s. t or peacekeeping stationed at the city of biking or the location of the cosmo drone one from where russian launches rockets to the international space. station, the authorities say that the city has been secured, but that the terror threat level has been stepped up for the time being on the shortest, didn't of so no incidents were registered in bacon or through security has been strengthened for the 2nd day. for now, it is enough, our police are fully staffed, they protect not only they, city and our safety, but also the bacon or cosmic drone. everything is good,
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the situation is under control. below, like all citizens, we waited for the c s t o soldiers to arrive. the troops are at different points in the city now. and about half an hour ago, reinforcements for the police arrived. citizens have waited long for the russian soldiers. they are a symbol of order insecurity, but it is still pretty much a fluid situation in kazakhstan and our news teams providing round the clock coverage here on ot international plus also at r t dot com and across all our social media feet. okay, exams and foreign ministers praised the peacekeepers for restoring order, but the u. s. secretary of state says, washington wants to know why catholics dom cold on its allies for help. as we have real questions about why it was necessary to call this organization that russia leads. and as a part of these ought to be things that the government can stand,
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can handle on its own and handle and rights respecting why americans talk. diplomat also claims that that even put him wants to restore the old soviet union for the pentagon. security analysis analyst, sorry, micro maloof says that antony billing can statements pay the way for moscow to be vilified by the west once again. well, i think he definitely lay the groundwork for a negative approach. it. many of his allegations are follows, or a particular narrative that they have to maintain to show that a russia remains the bad guy just, just like they blame russia now for bringing in troops into cars. it's down. one is part of a, of a general military alliance that exists there. are these guys just have this problem with the russia, and they want to try and contain moscow from all, from all sides. russia has legitimate spheres of influence in their regions. there's no question about it. they got russia,
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russian ethnic people living in those areas. the same and dom, boston, ukraine. those 2 elements are not unrelated as far as i'm concerned because it's my belief that like we saw him ukraine in 2014 ah, with the, with the qu, from the west, instigated by the west. we're seeing the same thing in catholics down right now. in preparation for these talks down to our other headline news and fierce protests of interrupted in major cities across europe. $5000.00 turn out brussels on sunday against toughened cope restrictions. dozens were arrested. the belgian health minister culture tight rules because of a surgeon infections weekend official protests across europe against vaccine passport, which effectively ban on vaccinated people from public spaces are these policy has more on how the restrictions are causing a rift in european society. europe is tightening its grip over the and vaccine a desperate attempt to curb wising covered rates. here in germany to vax are no
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longer enough to enter a ball restaurant, you now need an additional booster shot or proof of a negative p c r. while in france, the bill is likely soon to be introduced that will replace the current health pass with a so called vaccine in pass. only those who recently covered all who have been fully vaccinated will be able to enter public spaces. no longer will a negative pcr or anti gen taste. suffice. the move prompted mask protests in france full times as long as they were last month and germany over the weekend. ah
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the crowds in france chanted, we'll put you off a reference to president microns recent controversial cummins, the unvaccinated. i really want to them off. and so we're going to continue doing so until the end. that's the strategy. mcdonald back seems do not prevent transmission or contamination. so this whole vaccine pass stories completely stupid from a scientific point of view. and from a principle point of view, it is shameful. and the way macro on spoke to the french insulted them. i will not reproduce his words because i do not speak like that. this is all necessary to this people, citizens. i would like the president to be much more vindictive with the fox than we have these people here who just made a choice. this yesterday was the 1st time in my life that i have protested and
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demonstrate above all to defend our freedoms as french people, as citizens of many. meanwhile, killing germany, the mainstream media brands, those who oppose the measures as covet idiots and conspiracy theorists. many politicians on board with making shots compulsory to they've labeled the antique vax movement, a tiny minority with extremist views. we have adolescent, we will not tolerate that the tiny, reckless minority of extremists will impose their will on the whole of society. but those speaking out against the restrictions have shot back, people blame the government and the media for polarizing the society government. i'm here today because i see division in society and i see that is very bad. i see people were groups of people being excluded. we had this before and we must not have it again. that's why i am here as a clear sign that it must not be like this and that are fundamental rights continue to carry way, freedom of speech,
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and also freedom of free decision. for these reasons i am here to day. oh, i think it's absolutely terrible what's going on here in this country at the moment i would have not dreamed it. i simply would never have imagined that something like this could ever occur in this country. it's thank he does his and for i think it's just a public problem because i believe that vaccinated and unvaccinated people should not fight with each other. they should accept and respect each other and not take measures against each other tunes or no knee with no end to the restrictions in sight. it's likely the protests across europe will only grow in size along with the anger on both sides of the vaccination debate. policy a r, t, berlin? oh, well, protests spring up across europe. they are of course still dealing with an infection rate the hospitalized in huge numbers. italy, of course, is very sensitive to the problem and they're ramping up measures to, with a new mandate for everyone over the age of 50 to get vaccinated. was of course,
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one of the hardest hit countries in the early months of the pandemic. and now the new over chrome, very mean to tell you hospitals are a breaking point. me . i me, i'm in a situation is critical. i drive in ambulance. we have been in line for several hours because there's no room at the hospital. we've been stopped for 4 hours. we can't even go to the bathroom and we're all waiting and there's no room to enter on to see we're under a lot of pressure. so we've set up tents next to a hospital for more space. we're also working hard to relieve all this pressure. many covered patients are coming to our hospital and we're really very tired. we're
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looking for beds to provide for everyone, but it's becoming a fragile situation. in june, i can't really understand why he wants to get back to me. i see many people who are wrong and return home because they die and leave without seeing their relatives of children. the situation is worrying me very, very my mouth in the field every day and getting sick and died. i talked russian and us officials hell the working dinner on sunday ahead of security
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negotiations which kick off later this monday. and despite some competence comments being ad in recent days, moscow appears optimistic. amazing. notice go over the conversation is complicated with the camp easy, but in principle it's business like, i think we won't waste time tomorrow. i never lose my optimism. it talks kickoff here in geneva, mocking a week of negotiations between representatives of russia, the u. s. nato and the organization for security and cooperation in europe. and there is a lot at stake with some very tense negotiations ahead. over the next few days, the u. s. is heading into these talks already saying that it's talked about and thought about potential sanctions against russia. if russia invades ukrainian accusation, that the u. s. is labeled against it. russia has denied that consistently. so what sort of sanctions are we talking about? the u. s. says they severe,
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it says that there will be sanctions on energy goods on consumer products and also on the abandon on exports of advanced electronic components as well as software. and that's coming out from the u. s. is led to huge disappointment already from the russian site. russia will not bow to you as pressure and will not accept any concessions. the unilateral approach proposed by the u. s. a. nato can't be used as the basis for discussing security guarantees. one of the big nitty issues that they will be discussing is the former soviet union country of ukraine, particularly the issues in the crisis that's been ongoing now for many years in the instead of ukraine. now, the u. s. and nato of accused rush over the last few months of building up its troops on the board of ukraine. it says that an invasion of ukraine by russia is imminent. as soon as the snow melts, that is something that russia has denied consistently in moscow says how it moves
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its troops within its own borders is something that solely for moscow to decide. now this also was original dismay, so of those claims by the ukrainian defense minister back in november, who said that he had seen no evidence of that increase in troops. however, since then ukraine has changed its mind. now kiev has made no bones about his intention to join nato. it is something that he's been asking for many years, and that is a red line from moscow that is unhappy and an easy with the expanding nato alliance, particularly in soviet union, the former countries of the soviet union. but despite those protestations from moscow that has fallen on deaf is all r, so so sent a very clear message that will not compromise on core principles, including the right for every nation to decide on path, including what kind of security arrangements wants to be. portal i got certainly
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part of the playbook eyes to put out a list of on absolutely non starter demands and then to claim that the other side is not engaging and then to use that is somehow justification for aggressive action. russia has several other demands to as part of these negotiations throughout the week. the particularly relate to through deployment from nato, and also weapon deployment. now, despite the fact that the u. s. is said is entering these talks and it will look at some of those requests from russia, essentially other ones like me to allowing ukraine to ascend the alliance all off the table. both sides are going to have to wait to very deep water and do so very, very carefully in order to keep the peace geology belsky ot see. geneva
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ablaze in a high rise, a palm, a building in new york city has killed at least 19 people, including 9 children. for the 63 people were injured, 32, hospitalized with life threatening conditions. new york met eric adams says the fire broke tremendous suffering to the city. this is a horrific of rip big, painful moment for the city of new york. and the impact of this fire is going to really bring a level of just pain and despair in all city artes corresponding kenneth open, get us details from the st. so i'm walking around here near where this fire happened. this, this building behind me that you can see that it's just been totally burned out. 19 people, dad, 9 of them children. and this is, this is a serious situation. we have the mayor of new york city, eric adams, calling this the most serious fire in modern new york city history. now there was
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a huge mobilization of the new york city fire department over 200 firefighters were mobilized. as you can see, this is a fire truck here behind me, you know, and they're still on the scene. at this point we have folks in hazmat suit in front of the building. we have like kind of a mobilization of people in hazmat suits to clean out the wreckage. that has happened. it's a very serious situation. 19 people are dead. 13 remain in critical condition. the new york city police department is on the scene. questions are being asked. this is the 2nd fire that we've seen just this week, and there was a very serious fire that happened on saturday as well. quite, quite a scene here. still a lot of law enforcement on the seeing a lot of fire department officials, a lot of media here to cover this. the whole community is kind of shocked to see what has happened here. the blaze has been put out at this point, but still a lot of serious questions are being asked a very serious fire that happened. a dispute to merged in the u. k. over the
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toppling of a historic statue in bristol, with the attorney general saying she's considering referring the case to the court of appeal for involved in tearing down the statue of 18th century and tea and slave trader. edward colston were acquitted on the old charges, non spark backlash from some conservative party in peace, who called the verdict perverse the mayor of bristol, there was played down the actions of the so called colston for the fate of those for individuals has very little bearing on the real job i've got of support in the cities prosperity and making sure that we're much more inclusive and equal. i'm not arguing for the presence of the statute, but i am saying in a world of finite resources and time, you have to prioritize what you do to tackle races on the for admitted to toppling the statue, but denied that they've caused any criminal damage despite their actions, they believe it shouldn't encourage others to smash up things willy nilly that the defendants proclaimed their victory outside court. at the end of last week, we didn't change history, we read to pi oh,
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with the quality of victory, anyone to the roy history. i knew that had stood for more than a century was total during our black lives matter protest in the summer of 2020 was that she was then dragged and thrown into bristol harbor. the verdict, those called a rift in society with some calling it triumph over historical racism. others though, saying it could set a dangerous precedent to colston full stand against racism and drew attention to the crimes of the slave trade. they should be cheered. i am pleased to read that the crown prosecution service and attorney general are reviewing the case of the colston for, for an appeal to be made to prevent a dangerous legal precedent for the future. edgewood colston was responsible for
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violently transporting 84000 africans to the caribbean protest, lee, a statue was put up to honor him in bristol, but in cold days he toppled it rightly clad. we undermine the rule of law which underpins our democracy. if we accept vandalism, and criminal damage are acceptable, forms of political protest, they aren't regardless of the intentions. are discussing the voted. care on artsy under pharma, was joined by former breakfast party and the p and solicitor andrew cur. on british virus of peter herbert it cannot be argued that the ps, the presence of a statue to post them on other slave owners. anything. so the culture, language, on expediency, and the political reputation of the united kingdom, let them be consigned to museum. let people wish wish to see that. go and learn about the real cross, the slavery in the museum, which is rule. go and pull down and damage property without law for nation. and he
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sets a very dangerous. preston should referred me to the pay this set stops, and no legal precedent, other than that, igniting that in certain circumstances. criminal donna masika, if there's a legitimate in cold, by its presence upwards of thousands of my countrymen and women who are deeply offended by the presence of this statue and those like it. if my learned colleague thinks statues are of such a good idea commemorating historically justice, let them put a stop you must selena or hitler or close bobby on the rates of europe. they would not do so. this is very silly in danger, and you can take down and destroys searches if you think they're extensive, they are same are going to be through moving, showing roman searches with which was because slavery was in dandy and talked to
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the phone with the roman emperor. i'm home, i'm fundamentally against slavery or any sort of abuse of people, but this is just to keep awfully long deal with it on a historical basis about what causes defense now, not 2000 years ago, at people's living, emily of the descendants of people like myself who were traded for money, what you're doing by allowing images to be portrayed is perpetuating hate by which should have gone long ago. this is ridiculous, your chance to bring in politics into the rule of law. we cannot have statues rule pulled down by more rule than, than using some fancy new little legal arguments to undermine the rule of law for. right. and that's how it looks so far this monday morning from moscow. i'm calling bray back a video next update in hoffman. ah
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