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late once the impossible day, 1st day 8 said to the government, police probably you government b. they say to move to any is the old please don't touch my my pride with my phone patch, my business don't touch my feet. and this is an impossible contradiction with headlines right now in a few international russia and china jointly, coal on western partners to stop expanding nato, saying the alliance is continued eastward push is creating dangerous cold war style . tension 6 children are killed and heavy fighting and northwest syria, while of the same time u. s. operation kills and isis leader in the very same area, you just come out and say this and expect those to, to believe it. without you showing a shred of evidence that it's actually true, the usaa state department of spokesperson grilled by journalists often not
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providing any evidence for us claims that russia is preparing a false flag attack as a pretext to invade ukraine. the western media taking aim at beijing as major powers, boy called the opening ceremony of the winter olympics, which are getting on the way in china with we are live at a 100 countries worldwide. it's your news on asi international and we saw the program with some breaking news for you right now. here it's the russian president vladimir putin. his chinese count about gigi, ping, they have together urged nato to stop its expansion. they want a failure to do so. we'll just aggravate a cold war mentality. so reporting from beijing with the latest now it's eager to start off. well, a friendly and cordial outcome from the meeting between the russian president vladimir putin and his chinese counterpart teaching thing was kinda expected. but
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to find out that the to lead is the i to, i own so many things on so many topics and we'll discuss the ones that was somewhat remarkable, i should say. and again, the key outtake here is that china agrees that nato should stop expanding the party as opposed the further expansion of nato and call for the north atlantic alliance to refrain from ideological approaches from the time of the cold war. we originate, owe to respect sovereignty security and to deal with the peaceful development of other governments objectively in fairway. the jing has also revealed that it shares moscow's concerns and that it supports moscow's demands, will some actual guarantees from the military alliance over security. that would be put on facebook in turn. russia has said that as we treated it's dedication to the principle that china is that one nation. and that taiwan is an integral part who china and any sort of independence for the island is absolutely out of the question
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. also the 2 nations, russia and china have called worrisome the formation of a trilateral pact between the u. s. the u. k. and australia, it's called orcus. and just a quick reminder for you basically its main purpose is it for the us and the u. k. to help australia to bolster its capability, including in the nucleus, fear. so both nations, russia and china have called this worrisome and that it is undermining regional and indeed global security. but it wasn't just politics that was on the table. business was discussed as well. brushes, energy, john gas room has signed a deal according to which it will ship a $100000000.00 metric tons of gas to china through cassock stone. so again, the big development russian energy companies are already seeing a rise in their stock prices following this piece of new. but again, this is the initial meeting between the 2 lead as it didn't. it didn't last long and after that,
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vladimir putin and she didn't think they left the entourage behind and they proceeded to have tentative talks, just the 2 of them over lunch. and what is yet to come. vladimir putin is said to witness the opening ceremony of the winter olympic games off rule officially, this is why he's here. this is why he's in the chinese capital i just a bit later on the program here on our t international alexia. to share the reporting from beijing on how the olympic games, regretfully, already fallen victim to politics. but for now on the program, unicef says 6 children were killed at the time. the u. s. conducted a special operation in northwest syria. a president biden hailed that mission. i success claiming islamic states chief, had been eliminated. forces carried out the operation with their signature preparation of precision, and i directed the department of defense to take every precaution possible to minimize civilian casualties. unicef confirms that at least 6 children were killed
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and one girl was badly injured over night in the border town of at my, in the north west of syria due to heavy violence. meanwhile, the pentagon says 2 children and a woman were killed during the raid. when the ice is lead a report lea blew himself up, or we spoke with a juliet tumor of unicef. she told us the surgeon fighting is taking a deadly toll, particularly on the most vulnerable. when we have seen an escalation and violence in that area, what this means is that children pay 1st and they pay most. and if we compare the number of counties of children during the month of january in comparison to, let's say, december last year, the number is so it's in the higher. and this has been the case since the beginning of the year. and this has got to stop children continue to be the 1st and most to pay in this 11 year long conflict. we call an old site and all parties to the
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conflicts in syria to stop the fighting for the sake of serious children and its future. meanwhile, videos, most of what's said to be the american helicopter that the commandos were using and they had to blow it up during their re. you can see what's left of it. right. there . officials deny a crashed or was shot down. they say the crew is safe, more details now with autism, because the locals have described these speech battle that took place at the one a m, just after midnight. serious thought. and that lasted for hours and in which, presumably these half a dozen children as well as for women, were killed as well as the leader of isis. a boy, abraham, me, al, has she, me, i crazy. she locals. describe how helicopters hovered in the air. soon as i left them, there were helicopters flying at low altitude, about 4 or 5 aircraft. then we saw soldiers landing the soldiers targets as
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a house near where i live. the house was surrounded. they spoke through loud speakers telling everyone to surrender or the house would be destroyed. then the fighting started near or inside the house for about an hour. the helicopter carried at 4 or 5 machine gun attacks on the house. skinner came on a law. we were preparing to go to sleep and suddenly we heard wind and the sound of helicopters on my aunt went to see what was going on. she found the sky totally red, and they asked us through loudspeakers to go out. we did that, but then they searched us and hank of my father, they asked our names and what we knew about our neighbor. we said we didn't know anything. they asked us to move to the neighboring house and started rating ours in the united states. says that he designated a suicide vest, while together with members of his family, we still have no r verified information as to how will these children perish? these are civilians as well as women. whether it was american miss aus 5 by helicopters. small arms fire by us special forces on the ground,
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or indeed at this suicide vest. what we know is that these casualties have occurred . multiple sources of said this, including unicef. this information about civilian casualties. while tragic comes at that, especially bad time for, for biden, who's administration has been rattled, or by, by calls for resignations as well as accountability following the the deadly drew strike. and i've gotten to start in kabul in august, and just a week ago, lloyd austin, the secretary of defense, had a rule that issued a call for the pentagon to form rules to do more, to prevent collateral damage, will, will civilian casualties. because he says that doesn't represent the values of the united states or its partners. and he called in the pentagon to come up with concrete measures on how the pentagon should conduct war while minimizing civilian
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casualties. we joined author nicholas babies to discuss military rates like this one in syria, a how can it be? were killing 6 children for the sake of killing, you know, one al qaeda lee apparently slamming state leader who will quickly be replaced by somebody else. so now this is just terrific. ok. and as for secretary are still trying to come up with new rules to prevent the killing of civilians. i feel it's, it's under his command. ok, you know, with the united states as being a war and all these countries and the mentally in the greater middle east for over 20 years. to think that, you know, these couple that we have recently had about somehow unique in the fact that they killed civilians is, is just to be, would be actually credulous. well,
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russia is accusing washington making things up again, that's off of the u. s. alleged that'd be a false flag operation in ukraine to create a pretext for innovation. the lack of evidence for the latest claim there was left, some journalists just a well, a bit confused. what is the evidence that you have that suggested that the russians are even planning this mat? i'm not saying that they're not, but you just come out and say this and expect us to still to, to believe it. without you showing a shred of evidence that it's actually true or them. when i ask, or what anyone else asked what the information you said while i just gave it to you, which was just you making a statement, we do so we declassify information only when we're confident in that information. if you doubt, if you doubt the credibility of u. s. government, of the british government, of other governments and wanna you know, find solace and information that the russians are putting out. that is i, that is for you to do. we are not surprised by the new creative scenario outlined
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by the press secretaries of the u. s. department of state on the u. s. department of defense on february, the 3rd about russia's alleged preparation of an operation under false flag against ukraine. this is typical of united states. the international community remembers the forgeries, the u. s. use for their military interventions around the world, including the well known file of colin powell. we now have us intelligence officials who are coming forward and saying that russia is planning to develop a propaganda video. now the state department spokesperson was pressed on this specific evidence supporting the video claims on ned price said that once the white house is sure this information is accurate, then they will disclose what evidence they have. now, there has been a barrage of headlines and accusations from western leaders against russia over the last several weeks. and russia has responded with com to many of these allegations
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. now, at this point, we've got kremlin spokesperson dmitri past gob who has pointed out that there had been so many claims over the last few weeks. and most of them, and all of them really have not added up to anything, were turned into anything that could be proven even yes, now says the situation along the border is not as tens as being portrayed the president, even urging the media to tone it all down are we spoke to investigative journalist or david lindell for god in washington, suggestions of a pending false flag attack in ukraine. i had to laugh when they are the, the spokesman was saying, you know, when we release these intelligence things, we're always, we always wait till we're sure. they've released a lot of stuff over the years. and in recent years and months that's been brazenly untrue. and, and that including, you know, during the attempted counter, coos against them, maduro government in venice. well,
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it poignantly faults from the us intelligence agencies. so for them to say that is just laughable. meanwhile, the state department spokesperson has said, vladimir putin hadn't actually made any decisions about war yet. at the same time, the usaa now stressing that russia's supposed invasion is no longer deemed imminent . and that word imminent is one that's been used well rather frequently in recent weeks. putin has a lot of options available to him. if he wants to further invade ukraine, and he can execute some of those options imminently, when we said it was eminent, it remains imminent. but again, we can't make a prediction of what decision present putting will make. we said he could invade at any time. that's true. we still don't know these made a decision or not describing it. i haven't and over a week the white house, we did not use the word imminent in terms of invasion that perspective changeable. so i, i think there's been some confusion around this because we've always been consistent
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that in so far as we know, latimer putin has not made a final decision. so until and unless he makes a final decision to invade, this will not be imminent. one of the major reasons is that jen, saki has had to walk back the word imminent regarding a possible russia they claimed russian military invasion of ukraine. so lensky was an i had a press conference at and said that this was counter productive to the interest of ukraine. it wasn't about to happen. and so i think that the us and the white house looked completely deranged and out of place. and this kind of, this kind of disconnect between the us and its allies, makes for the rest of the world to shut back and, and dos everything that the us is doing. and it makes us look more and more
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adventurous and reckless. caught up on the hour here in moscow the 2022 winter olympics getting on the way in beijing. but the great sporting event has sadly been mine and controversy already. some countries have refused to send diplomats to the opening ceremony, but some also accusing china preparing to spy on their athletes by his correspondent alexi shasky. for decades, the international, limbic committee claimed that sports has nothing to do with politics and all the games, all the olympic games are absolutely free of politics, but in the case of beijing 2022 games, it seems like it's a 3 way abas, where politics, sports and cove it come into one now of course, we know about the political boy called several states and not willing to send their leadership into the opening ceremony of the aging when to 2022 games. those
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countries include, of course, the united states, also canada, u. k. and australia jumped in now in the latest news. also denmark and the netherlands refused to send their diplomats to attend the opening ceremony. and even the athletes who are going, getting bombarded by the press not to use their phones not to open their mouths and be extremely wary off the fact that they will probably be surveilled upon by the chinese government and summer. even taking a step to 5 bill any a george soros even come tad sitting, being the leader of china to adult hitler saying that these games are a good chance for him to use his strict control propaganda. just like out of hitler did in 1936, the lympics just before the start of the 2nd world war. and let's of course, not forget the issue of russia, but dissipation in these games. russia is not allowed to fly its flag because of
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the water decision at several years back. in fact, 2022 is the last year that russia can perform at international competitions under a different name on the different flag in this case, just like in tokyo, it will be r o c. and one of the prominent wind to athletes of russia's history, figure skating olympic champion. i'd say you good in launched an online petition saying that enough is enough that athletes already suffered enough and that the country should be allowed to fly its flag and thing its national anthem in the olympics. the petition has already been signed by more than 40000 people. anti cove masses, of course, have been pretty strict in the chinese capital, but tolerable wilka especially compared to the arrival when at the airport. the tests were really, really difficult to take, but now every day i leave the hotel i have to take a p c r test. and i'm going to show you just exactly how easy it is to make
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hello versa. have to brent is mine station and now time for some fun sitting in a booth and doing my test now. that's it. very simple. and pretty much every half hour. this little chap here is traversing across the hotel space, disinfecting the air. everything is pretty much automated here in beijing. ah, of course i'll be keeping track of everything happening here in beijing for you.
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alexi rush, husky, r t reporting from the olympic capitol of when to 22 against beijing in china. china's cove at measures of apparently affected one russian by athlete a. she's complained about health problems due to the quality of food given to her in a quarantine hotel, which is where she ended up off at testing positive on arrival for cobra. in china, we spoke to alexia gooden, the 2002 olympic figure skating champion, and now a commentator the beijing games. i honestly don't mind about mosques. i don't mind about the quarantine. of course, it's a pissy for the athletes, but in my opinion, it's better this way than there being no competition at all. as a former athletes and the person who understands what athletes go through, i would be happy to wear space suit if i had to in order to compete. i would take any tests in the nose, mouth air, wherever. as long as this sports festival takes place, it seems to me that athletes don't really notice all these tests bubbles and so on, because it's part of their daily routine to train and perform. the main thing is to
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be safe. and you watch the full interview with alexia. good in our correspondent, alexia chef skis. social media? well, still the company on the program, on our tea, the austrian parliament approved in europe's toughest vaccine mandate. yet that all adults who don't have medical exemptions now obliged to get a job on pain of hefty fines. all the details in just a moment after a break with bring you the very latest every out the day. this is our national fun, everyone here with
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long when i was showing wrong, when i was just a shape out, this thing becomes the advocate and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground. ah, it is good to have you with us today. so the parliament of austria has approved the most stringent vaccine mandated europe, despite staunch opposition,
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now needs final ratification from the president. though under the bill, every non exempt adult is required to be injected or face a hefty fine. the initial penalty will be $600.00 euros. pregnant women are exempt, as are those who recently recovered from covert. austria's vaccination rate is almost 3 quarters of the population, almost $9000000.00 people. the country's health minister says the mandate is for the good of the country. all experts believe that we will need high overall immunity in the population next fall as well. with this vaccine mandate, we will succeed in achieving these important additional percentage points in the vaccination rate. well, meanwhile, the w h o continues to urge people to get vaccinated in the mean time. my colleague, you know, neil are discussed to austria vaccine mandate with a panel of guests. listen to this. i think these mandate explanation is against the constitution goes against the old stone constitutional lo and so
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would be over told by the supreme court feel student just need to be clear about what they want to get out. so, you know, they're going to make everybody have a vaccine. now what's gonna happen in 6 months time, if the virus still circulating, but not putting too many people in the hospital intensive care? what's gonna happen that i think you're going to stop 19 people's lives, then they need to be clear about where they're going. run gte in austria, just reading through what's going to happen. the rules are going to be enforced by police checks on the streets. it's not a worrying precedent potential civil rights violations. what, what's your thoughts? certainly a draconian measures and the concept of carrying against an estimate to many of them. but there are many countries where identity cause necessary and internal possible if you like, marrying that will biometric and medical information is a long term plan of many of the ruling classes of the various european union and
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european states. and it's been a long term plan of various british governments from tony blair underwood. so these are the, the plans which are being tied to the back of the management of the panoramic, which i think and related to the fund, anything more about relation controller. and i think of what is happening, little easier in the fall and go because i mean people are stupid from schools who are not vaccinated are putting quarantine and the reason of all citizens over a lab. and that would be level the reason for discrimination which is absolutely and to goes to, to tional. i certainly think we're moving towards in game with the chromebook. what happens in the future if and when that happens at all, nobody can possibly know. so, you know, governance call, keep people lives on the restrictions just because something might happen in 61218 months time. so that being the case,
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i think they do need to bear in mind that things are getting better and a lot better and starts to move towards opening back up again and moving to was how things were 2 years ago in terms of the science of medicine. it's clear to me that mandatory vaccination is not helpful, particularly when you think that actually it's not stopping the spread. the people when vaccination and with antibodies are still getting yes, mild getting and transmitting the virus. thousands of russian soldiers are now in bella. ruth's for large scale military exercise. the few nations are moving to both to their alliance, and that, of course, tensions with nato and ukraine. correspondent, konstantin rosco. i filed this report. ah. while the military maneuvers in valley roads are in full swing and as it can
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probably see behind my back there, is it tang column that is rolling towards it, firing positions. now elsewhere on this training ground, which is by the way, located next to the bowers polish border. we're going to see aviation motorized, infantry units para, traverse. so all in all this is going to be a pretty intensive action pag day. both for rushes and bowers is military. now, this is a combat readiness tasks of a joint russian battle russian task force, the military se their main goal here is to see how quickly they can deploy combat units at valerie and secure a key infrastructure as well as val versus land border and air space. is reported that trial, russian ascii, 35 fire jazz long with a number of air defense complexes including asked 400 triumph, have been sent to valor is from russia to support these exercises. now the number of troops involved doesn't require the 2 countries to notify other nations that russian defense minister surg assure you. however,
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russia did let everyone know including native members about the exercises in advance as a gesture of good will. ah, now the most active part of the exercises between russia and valor verse is expected from february 10th to february 20th. that's one. drills are going to be health cross 5 training facilities and for air basis and valor. bruce punctuating the message of the united front of moscow and minsk in troubling times. thought mister dash golf, wrapping up the news cost without story on our t international. thanks for sharing a time with us here at moscow. plenty more stories on friday. it's not slowing down that old way back to the top with
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or fibro. ukraine continues unabated with the u. s. and u. k. taking the lead. however, not only for members are and or even ukraine is attempting to dampen expectations of an armed conflict with russia. will washington and london get their way? you're chatting with chinese issuance and the sub boshoway, she can. hi sharon, my name is rob with me. i sure if that if lacroix this is rudy with she been wholesale and kelly recruiting court and i renewed my for azure night issue with long didn't get to. i learned that to me for she gave us times to i must be lucky. i had them of the fact not
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