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ah ah, ah millions remain it's risk. starvation is the u. k. pledge is another 1000000000 pounds in funds to ukraine. diverting aid from african and asian countries. 1000 state to the streets in india after the beheading of a hindu shop keeper, was filmed and posted on line to muslim suspects, have been arrested over the killing and hundreds gather in madrid, and a protest against police violence resulting in the death of 37 migrants who tried to cross the moroccans spanish with
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you from our headquarters in moscow, you're watching international. i and peter scott. and here are the top stories. this. our 1st will start off with an update from the don bus. and he had to go through this. i reported ukrainian forces launched a number of grad rockets at the city on friday, and still unclear whether there were any casualties. the last 2 weeks, i've seen the city repeatedly come on the shelf i on this footage. now you can see on your screen's shows the aftermath of one of the latest attacks on the cuter school districts that left several houses damaged under residence. injured locals told us what's happened in the incident with there was a shot in the house was set on fire. he fell down and hit his head. you did. i was sitting on a chair or the entrance of the house while keeping an eye on my garden. being quoted, everything was come. then there was a shot. and suddenly i realized i was lying on the ground, my head ease. he had blood here on his temple b u. k is
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set to send an additional 1000000000 pounds worth of aid to ukraine. the money is being diverted from funds designated for millions in need of aid in african and asian countries. nevertheless, the british governments business chief, has praised the move the vital 1000000000 pounds commitment from boris johnson to enhance ukraine's resistance against russia, british weapons, equipment and training, or transforming ukraine's defenses. my department has contributed to the effort by surrendering climate, finance and foreign aid under spends the you case. energy secretary is patting himself on the back for promising to use funding earmarked for climate change initiatives and for helping those under developed countries to support nato's weapon shopping spree in ukraine and to justify the move. the minister is using a new buzzword for this magically available cash. the under spends, meaning that we're supposed to believe that there is money just laying about that couldn't be used because there was just already so much of it already for climate
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and a foreign aid. environmentalists have already had to face the insult of seeing cold plants and fossil fuel infrastructure, getting fired up again in western countries after official slap sanctions on their own energy supplies from russia. under spends on climate finance in the context when the $100000000000.00 target has been missed. sounds obscene. and using help to the people of ukraine as a shield against criticism on this is double obscene. so you've sacrificed funding to assist african nations in dealing with their energy and economic crisis for a war with uncertain in i know you as a single person with no children may not take seriously global warming, but african families are very concerned. so the ukraine war isn't just deflecting our attention from the climate crisis. it's draining money from the already inadequate budget to deal with this looming global catastrophe. and by wary
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seriously supposed to believe that there suddenly extra foreign aid when always ever heard about until now is how much the world's famine problem is underfunded. g 7 nations, literally just wrapped up a summit where they tried to pin a global famine on russian president vladimir putin rather than the damage done by their own sanctions. during this conflict in ukraine, they just pledged $4500000000.00 against global hunger and ox sam international still doesn't think even that is enough. faced with the worst hunger crisis in the generation, the g 7 have simply failed to take the action that is needed. many millions will face terrible hunger and starvation as a result. instead of doing what is needed, the g 7 are leaving millions to starve and cooking the planet. this is further exacerbated by their lack of progress and delivering promised finance to support climate action and developing countries. meanwhile,
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the u. n. world food agency says that a lack of cache means cutting rations for starving people in yemen. but when this, with a choice between those priorities and catering to the weapons winds express by ukrainian pirate present environments, zalinski in his latest zoom call. guess who wins out makes you wonder if these folks are actually serious about solving any of the problems that they purport to be actual problems when all of their supposedly biggest concerns are now suddenly taking a back seat to their obsession with sticking it to russia and vladimir putin, even their own agendas are now becoming collateral damage. the earlier we discussed the looming financial crunch for african and asian countries with the code, our rights of the international action center, sarah flanders. this is one more effort to use a public relations firms. stars, media cameras to project
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a completely false image of the ukraine. and it's also and browse mega money dollars that are never seen even by the people of ukraine. but certainly not by people around the world who are facing absolute famine. because of the sanctions and war imposed, of course they want to pay attention to ukraine, where they can promise that they're a big democratic force and push off to the side, the absolute destruction that they have created in afghanistan and in yemen to this day. this is not only hypocrisy, it's absolutely criminal conduct on a huge scale. i mean, this is war crimes to provide to refuse to provide food for millions of people in need. when you go any, is their religious tensions have fled up in india several 100
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hindus. so to the streets, to express the outrage over the killing of a shopkeeper, she mostly men allegedly pretended to be customers before talking among. this was next posted a video online thing they would be heading them on as revenge was he supposedly expressed support for a high ranking hindu politician or insulted the muslim profits mohammed. now while india is officially a secular, multi ethnic states, religious tensions have been on the rise recently formulated incidents, the government has undertaken some drastic measures as are corresponded with holes in india has been put on high on the internet. so with this have been suspended in several galleries, have been ban 40 mom. i'm still gonna deal with he my dog in a broad deal. i see all day for the kid shows the entire country, the dealer was beheaded, he shot the be heading was found on camera,
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and then why he circulated on a social media. also the fact that prime minister in the movie was turned by these murders on camera. we have the headed to taylor. we are living for all gold and we shall die for him. listen to me now and remedy. you started this fire. we will douse it. is in connection to the international control c, which is broke out after the now suspended both both and the ruling partition party india made moscow with a trophy in a television to be over also profit mom of with see i led to why the protest fine across the kind of see it also drew condemnation from all a dozen golf coffee. now i defended and push on on the social media platform at the mercy that they were avenging installed to islam within
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organizations as well. listen, political lead us across india has condemned this crime. the general secretary of the jamie a dilemma. a hind condemns the brutal killing a new diaper, apparently committed on the pretext of insulting the prophet and calls it a violation of the line of islam. what happened into die poor has effected the whole country, the murder in question. as a heinous crime, it became evident overnight that this crime is directly connected to international terrorism investigation. agencies are looking at it as an act of care. 7 people have been arrested in connection to the case, including the to modern are who are caught on camera. in fact, those 2 people who firmed the beheading. now, earlier in the day to day, the supreme court of india came down heavily on new bush. our mom calling her new tongue and that she should apologize to the nation for flaring,
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communal tension. earlier we spoke to the former chancellor of the melana national early university. he says the incident presents the wrong picture of islam in the country like india. i cortez imagine the sink lab happen. now. i just wonder, i am bo myself. you know, i am quite worried as to where i can please ling, what these people are doing. dad doesn't think that home in general. his mom, islam is understanding because of people like mama was one of them are grand, and that would be awesome study deborah, margaret islam is suffering a lot only on account of people who are not present, presenting that right attitude and the right manner. for islam.
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rage over libya's political stalemate on worsening living conditions, bald over on friday as protest. this broke into libya's parliaments watching fires in front of the building in the eastern city of to brook. video circulating on social media shows the parliament barricaded with protesters, burning tires with the columns of black smoke. coming from the building. some processes were seen waving green flags, the symbol of the duffy regime. no casualties were forfeit as the building was likely empty during the process. as fridays a day off in libya, local media force, the libyans rallied against the political crisis as the country is torn between warring fiscal policies. power cuts on sewing price is also added fuel to the fire in fridays from rest. madrid saw hundreds of protests against police violence that resulted in the death of 37 migrants attempting to cross the border between morocco and the spanish enclave. malea, the process is gathered. this is the central square holding signs and banners,
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videos on photos of the border incident, spots outrage among human vice defenders, as well as the united nations process as moist coals for an independent cross board investigation. it's the desk man, that was the main demands we are demonstrating foreign spain have to do with the question of pointing out both to the spanish end moroccan governments. their policies of death at the borders to demand an investigation, to make sure that this does not go unpunished. over the sound of what we're demonstrating against murder, because we don't want the murder of our comrades to go unpunished. by narrow footage of the incidents from the ground shows hundreds of migrants were involved now quick worn. and you may find some, these falling images disturbing. ah, you can see people lying on the ground, rounded up by security forces, at least 76 migrants of orange. and 40 border guards are reported to have been
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injured in the incidents un says moroccan authorities use buttons and stones to attack the migrants as they tried to scale offense to enter the spanish exclaim. human rights activists say that police deliberately refrained from helping those who injured no one bothered to come to the 8 of the migrants on the ground during and after the clash. some of them were crying in pain for long hours in the sun was bain's prime minister called the incident and attacked on spain's borders and blamed to death on human trafficking rings. petro sanchez, is facing a backlash from his own coalition, for failing to condemn the actions of the american police. the prime minister government has no plans to take action against the legend, perpetrators of the violence. earlier we spoke gyptian rights at mohammed sabrin, who commented on the roll western li display in the migrant crisis. i think the blame is actually, must be mainly is always ends or you will be in
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countries who are leaning in these african countries. some party in the country are actually encouraging people to leave and some other player, you know, intervene to change that game and also, you know, make promises. so when's the reach, you know, the shore of the western countries in discovery that you know, they are not welcoming and they make their life miserable. we should speak loudly and ask for justice for these, these people. and i think, you know, now this is this answer then, or this tragedy is actually everyone is speaking about. and it will be very difficult, you know, to, to lead us to, under the carpet. jimmy's chancellor left shorts as an expected
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lead sided with moscow amid a dispute over lithuanian bond on the transit of sanctioned goods to russia's colony. god region reminded a fellow e u countries that the western russian exclaimed should not be cut off from the rest of the country. steve fog regarding the issue of clean grad, it's up to opinion to determine the necessary frame more controls. of course, these matters must respect the fact that we are talking about traffic between 2 parts of russia. i believe that all parties involved are currently making great efforts to establish a to is collation dynamic here was landscape. or despite the german leaders, calls luther in his presence has responded by branding russia as a long term threat, gets an us negotiator, also stress that need to remains united. not regardless of some disagreements among his key member states. 2 weeks ago, lithuania announced it would no longer allow either sanctioned russian goods to pass through his territory which borders the colon got region various effectively blocked the transits of metals, coal construction materials and high tech products to the russian ex. clave. if
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you're in your claims, the restrictions are fully in line with you. sanctions and have been approved by brussels over russia's foreign ministry, has condemned to move. the latino authorities have gone beyond breaching international law and are behaving in an aggressively hostile manner. i hope that the lithuanian officials have some semblance of professionalism in assessing the situation. they must understand the consequences, and the consequences will unfortunately come. well, earlier we spoke with the executive director, the ron paul peace institute, daniel mcadams, who thinks the nato hurt itself more than russia by supporting those until moscow sanctions. we started to see some cracks in the block. they want to give the impression of unity, but literally everything that they have thrown against the rust ukraine situation has not only not stuck, but it's been counterproductive, hurt nato, more than it's obviously hurt russia. russia continues to rack up victory after
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victory in the battlefield, not sustainable and in irrational world. and what have disintegrated at the end of the warsaw pact to worse of course, came into being as the response to the creation of nato. there has no reason to exist, and that's why it's sort of collapsed into buffoonery. nato writing checks that can't be cashed by it's into visual member governments, the baltics and paul being super aggressive toward russian. and you have germany facing a very cold winter, u. k. facing an economic collapse that's going to spread like contagion throughout the region throughout the natal sphere in europe. and that's what they're going to be facing soon. listen, president putin has decreed the suckling energy investment company is to be transferred to the russian state. the company previously served as the operates of the large scale suckling to energy projects. secondly, the energy will be taken over by a russian company. it will inherits all assets of the previous operator with all
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stuff to be employed by the new company. besides gas, strong shares of the cycling energy were owned by shell. mitsubishi and mitsubishi . a part of the shows will be returned to them with the rest to be sold to russian companies. company spokesman comments in the case won't set a precedence on each individual case, will be considered individually. we heard from international petroleum economist john foster, who says that this response from russia is quite logical. the executive orders signed yesterday by president booted explains its purpose is to protect the national interest. economic security of the russian federation in response to unfriendly actions. that's more, that's what it says. on the west, i was, i would college has gone to extraordinary lengths to bring down the russian economy, including oil and gas. and it just failed to think of it for
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a pros. no upstream to it's messing about now with no extreme one that's been forcing western companies to l to russia. and it wants a worldwide cap on russian oil price. and yet it still wants access on its own terms to russian oil and gas. so, so from a russian point of view, this would be intolerable. the south korean official expressed concerns about new threats from north korea urging china and russia to convince young young not to conduct expected nuclear tests. and this comes, as north korea is increased is nuclear weapons testing activities with a recent report alleging the process was likely quickened by a leak of information from a miniature plant in ukraine. it looks like north korea's next nuclear missile test is coming up soon. this time paeonia and could be looking to develop tactical nuclear weapons and sol,
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things they're intended to hit us led forces in south korea. north korea's transition and weapons development from long range ballistic missiles to short range ballistic missiles from strategic nuclear weapons to tactical nuclear weapons is obviously targeted toward south korea that shouldn't come as too much of a surprise though. since earlier this year. south korea's then defense minister publicly stated he could launch a preemptive attack against the north. no doubt the situation is a lot more stable than it would be if only one side was armed to the teeth with nuke spot. the way north korea was able to get its hands on long range missile technology could mean bad news if non state actors were to try to get their hands on similar weapons. in the same way. according to the united nations to north korean spies were detained. back in 2011, after they were caught trying to steal nuclear secrets from a ukrainian factory called use mosh in 2011 to officials of the democratic people's republic of korea, travel to ukraine and approached an employee of the state owned entity,
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fully engaged in the developments of medium range the intercontinental ballistic missiles, to obtain photographs of secret academic theses, according to ukrainian authorities. these would have provided the democratic people's republic of korea with information on advanced technologies and new forms of technological processes for the design of missile systems and liquid propellant . engines fast forward to 2017 and pyongyang had its 1st successful intercontinental ballistic missile test. with what a western investigation said was most likely an important engine with modifications . no other country has transitioned from a medium range capability to an intercontinental ballistic missile in such a short time. what explains this rapid progression? the answer is simple. north korean has acquired a high performance liquid propellant engine from a foreign source. and where did the author of this investigation say north korea got that engine ukraine? it's likely that these engines came from ukraine,
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probably illicitly. the big question is how many they have and whether the ukrainians are helping them now. at the same time, key of and the management of huge mash denied offering help to pyongyang. but the investigation thinks north korean spies revisited the factory a 2nd time and succeeded. a small team of disgruntled employees or underpaid guards could be enticed to steal a few dozen engines. these machines can be flown or more likely transported by train through russia to north korea. if what the investigation claims is true, the time at which the engine was allegedly stolen wasn't exactly an unstable one. for most of ukraine, with a don boss conflict now affecting the entire country, the west continuing to flooded with weapons. who knows what organized groups with bad intentions might be able to get their hands on. of course, it is a big problem. as you know, ukraine was known as the most corrupt country in history. it is known that
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the soldiers are pretty decent and not, and it can be excluded that they are selling weapons to whoever wants to buy them. in any case, when the north koreans are leveled up with nuclear nuclear arsenal and leveled up with new technology for the new father nuclear arsenal. it's always a big problem for the rest of the world because we have just one planet. and whenever there is a nuclear war at one site, it will harm everywhere. combine that, we have pretty menu, doubtful people in europe, especially in germany. and now, huge markets were weapons of any kind. are basically handed over for free, then it's getting iteration and a threat for europe that nobody can really calculate any more. and so i would say
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it is really a disgrace to make such a free and cheap weapons market in, in, on european soil. in this case, in the ukraine finally as the world braces. so for the possibility of yet another covey waive the, the lunch that commission has be ignited suspicions of devices, origins in us. biotech. i'm pretty convinced that came out of the us lab. it's a blunder in my view of biotech, not an accident of a natural spill over while doctors around the world are warning about the danger of the possible new way were coded, though it will be a new phase. i certainly is a reason for alarm. at the same time, we have continued debate about the origin of the cobit 19 virus. now, jeffrey sachs of columbia university. well respected economist has also said there
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could be some credibility to this hypothesis about the origin of colbert 19. we do not know whether the insertion of the few or and cleavage site was the result of natural evolution or the result of a deliberate introduction of the fear and cleavage site into a sorry, like virus. as part of a laboratory experiment. we do know that the insertion of such fear and cleavage, sight sequences into sars like viruses was a specific goal of work submitted to the u. s. defense advanced research projects agency. now, us officials have often insisted this theory about the coded 19 pandemic, possibly originating in a lab, possibly a u. s. military lab done for research on biological weapons or biological warfare or dangers linked to the u. s. department of defense. often the usa has dismissed this as a conspiracy theory said that it is not tolerable for discussion. now wherever we now have the end of the world health organization, saying that they should be able to discuss all i offices, leave them on the table and leave politics out. own hi, put,
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this is my city main on the table until we have evidence that enables us to rule certain hypothesis in or out. there are new questions about the possibility called that originating a u. s. department of defense link laboratory. it's important to note that some of the censorship that has gone on since the beginning of the pandemic, limiting discussion and not permitting debate about this issue, certainly worth reexamining questions being raised about why certain theories about the pan demik were not allowed for discussion. those the main stories this our do head over to our t dot com or our social media pages and of course odyssey channel for more news and videos. i'm peter scott. thank you for watching. mm hm. ah. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms. race is often very dramatic,
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that development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful. is very critical time time to sit down and talk with churchill goal was to preserve the british empire. the united states wanted an open world in which american dollar could penetrate, which american trade would have access everywhere and to market and to labor had 2 resources around the globe. so they had very different kinds of conflict. the interest with john chill will install in of an impending attack on the u. s. s. huh. in the face of great danger, he seeks an alliance with russia stall and doesn't reply. he doesn't trust
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churchill. with at 4 o'clock this morning, the hitler attacked and invaded russia suddenly, without deck in the war, he lives in elgin major. the german bomb rain down from the sky above the russian. that is, russian danger is therefore our danger and the danger of the united states. 2 days later you as president, roosevelt awesome, gives a speech supporting the ussr. but there are other political forces
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in the united states. returned makes a speech in december of 41 and the senate is as if the russians are where they wish that of course the germans at the germans are when we support the russians and that way let them destroy each other. there was that kind of sentiment in the west at this time. dangerous destructive, roosevelt wound stolen of japan's intention to attack the soviet union. but soviet intelligence report, state the via tank is still in doubt. it's imperative that the u. s. makes it clear to japan that if they attack the soviet union will have support but the british and american authorities will not support the ussr. the u. s. military assures roosevelt that germany quickly conquer russia in the way to the europe
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church. you recall that before out of 5 war to mom and experts, had no doubt that russia would be knocked out in a few days. meanwhile, the red army is withstanding a serious blow. the russians of the 1st serious adversary. ah, das door says, you say was bullying you got off quite yet. can you put up with the assist you say you got to a ship, widen yet, but it is the shore e could i am each scare you saw a young push visiting and the were approached to india from sort of piddle, wouldn't us circles us delivered us blue nor switch because it ania you could have dual glue.


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