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a year with he visit the hospital where some of the latest victims of ukraine's devastating shelling of don't your city are being treated to get some of the towns i town. i turned my head and saw that my wife was thrown into the passenger compartment. my wife died, i have shopped on my leg, broken foot, my 2nd black and swollen, and also i have burns with israel's military. pummeled garza with bombs for a 2nd day and
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a row of each says it sports. is it prepared for a week of fighting against what it call for low pro terrors. with global humanitarian aid is redirected to ukraine, almost $1000000.00 africans, or a quarterly under threat of starvation. we get some inside from the local red cross unit with very well welcome. this is dorothy international with the latest world news out date is great to have you with us this out. i was talking to in don't boss. why don't yes, officials that needs to one civilian has been killed and 7 others wounded in the latest shelling of the city by ukrainian forces. this sound verify damage of the teacher has to show the aftermath of the attacks that today's shelling allegedly targeted apartment blocks in the center. don, yes, a local school was also hit with no casualties reported that older, the building itself was heavily damaged. this comes off to
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a previous round of shelling on friday, killed 5 civilians and wounded 31 others according to don. yes. or thirty's? oh correspondence remark, cancer visited some of the vehicles in hospice. ah ambulances continued delivering civilians to the hospitals. ah, all around the nets, on friday alone at least sir, 5 people had been killed and or more than 30 were a wounded as a result of ukrainian shilling. ah, 3 of the 5 people that were killed on friday lost their lives when they were travelling on a bus rotate, landed right into the vehicle, and 3 people were killed instantly and 5 were wounded. i'm going to speak to alexander right now, who was badly injured. and his wife was killed,
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roost o'clock orchestra. there was a whistle and an explosion. and then there with him was on fire. i turned my head and i saw that my wife was thrown into the passenger compartment. i want to find her myself, but i had no strength left. my wife died. i have shrapnel in my leg and broken foot . my 2nd liken swollen and also i have burns civilians in done nets, corey killed and wounded in various districts of the city. now a hospital was also bombed by ukrainian military on a friday. as the result, several people were injured including josefina, who i'm going to speak with right now. apparently her 3 year old daughter was also wounded. lance, my daughter and i arrived at the hospital at 1st it was quiet, then there was an impact. we heard an explosion, i grabbed the child and sat down and then came 2nd blast. then we went to the trauma department and the nurse there said you're bleeding. the doctors examined me
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and the child i had shrapnel in me, and the child also had 3 fragments. a big one and 2 smaller once. well, we're, we're filming the report about the wounded here that is on that sca trauma center. the shelling of the city her heads a resumed. so right now we're will try and find out what else sir happened in the city today. however, we are already getting reports that at least one civilian was killed in the nets, and there were several people wounded. the shutting is not sir, stopping here in the city, so the number of casualties might still increase as the day progresses. room on cost for of r t the last people's republic. oh me, while tanya security forces are diffusing schools that prohibited to anti personnel mines scattered across the city by ukrainian shelling some of the mines,
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which are small in size and could be mistaken for toys by children have been found at a local school. ah, those officials, they several children have already been wounded by such explosives. a local authorities have warned of rising civilian casualties in the area. butterfly minds designed to detonate on contacts, and will usually maim a person leaving them without an arm or leg. ukraine keeps using these minds despite earlier claiming to have destroyed them under international agreements. every 5th, african is now suffering from chronic famine according to the latest data. thus, at the continent, phases, food and fertilizing shortages due to supply disruptions as a result of western sanctions. on russia, the latest figures from the alliance for international medical action and geo point to a drastic threat for people in africa's sahu region. according to the data,
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almost 1000000 africans could die due to a lack of funding. as international aid is now mainly being delivered to ukraine, the angio also says that the african region is facing the worst food security crisis in a decade with more than 38000000 people in danger. as a 40 percent increase compared to last year. however, some us officials are trying to pin the blame for the situation on russia. over cwc9xw people were food insecure after a while, since russians unprovoked war, full scale invasion and ukraine, we estimate number who would rise to 230000000. that would mean that more than $40000000.00 people will have become insecure since president chose to invade his neighbor and steal their land. however, the problems that cause famine are not near including droughts,
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now also the worst in decades, as well as military conflicts with extreme movements to ravaging some areas. in addition, western sanctions, a complicated shipments of wheat and other food supplies from russia and ukraine, while local stock powers of grain are coming to an end long before the new harvest season. the spokes person of the red cross, whole unit told us of the international community is not doing enough to help africans. of course, with the crisis in ukraine, we know that ukraine and russia are some of the biggest export years in the world, a series of grains of fertilizers. and this has had a ripple effect throughout the globe. and prices rose sharply in africa at a time where it was already facing it with crisis. there was of course, a major disruption to global global supply. so this has also caused humanitarian organizations and 8 organizations to change the way they are receiving their aid or shipping their aid. so it caused
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a lot of disruptions that also had the ripple effect on the ground. unfortunately, what we see around the world, whenever there are conflicts happening, whenever there are crises happening, after some time, there is don't or fatigue. this is situation that we face, unfortunately regularly. so the insurance company of their cross has scaled up the corporations in africa. following this with crisis. we are responding situation in places where we are needed. at the same time, of course, we are calling on the international community to ensure that they pay attention on the crisis that is happening in an africa regarding this well, it's happening all over the world because there is additional funding that is needed. there is more attention that needs to be there in order to avert a bigger crisis. me moll, and the blank fee of a ship carrying ukrainian grain exports has been anchored off the turkeys coast for further inspection. the cargo will be checked by a joint team of experts from russia, turkey, ukraine,
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and the you when the shipment was made possible. thanks for last month. international deal and exports from the conflicts. 5 percent ship sample where he left ukraine transposing more than a 1000. 4000 tons of rain having for britain island, turkey, lebanon, and libya is rarely armed forces and military from the garza base islamic jihad group are exchanging rocket fire for a 2nd day. and over the the idea says it's ready for a week of fighting in garza. that's often more than $160.00 rockets were reported a long spine militant into israel for its parts. the islamic jihad movement says
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its loon, 60 rockets, it is well and is not prepared to negotiate a sci fi on the palestinian health ministry phase. and these 15 people have been killed and more than a 125 wounded being dancer. just in the past 2 days, one of the rockets reportedly hit a residential building in the israeli city of ash cologne. the lot the most of the work is find it as well. oh, intercepted by the i and don't system. although some have to manage to break through the country has mobilized 25000 troops under deploying move. forces to the border with guns away clashes on going as well has not yet reported any casualties on a side, a local journalist told us there is not much hope for the escalation. in the coming days. we are in the middle of a house that has been targeted by israeli warplanes today on the 2nd day of the
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israel. the question in the gaza strip. as you see, this house has been completely damaged by israeli war planes, that it was been targeted at least by 2 very heavy bombs in this house. there was at least 3 families that lived here. there are completely homeless right now. none of the families have been injured or reported killed because of the israeli army called at the family and asked them to evacuate as soon as possible. but as you see there are a lot of left overs for the family. i'm sure they didn't have any time to take any of that of their belongings or their stuff that they love. we see beds, we see furniture which we seek a chance. and we can also hear the voice of people cleaning. the glass that has been broken for the house is surrounding. i'm this house the,
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the amount of damage is massive. as you see here is the scene. this has been targeted by israeli forces earlier today. and this was a house for 3 families that are completely homeless, right now. everything they own is destroyed. and as you see that the, that the house is surrounding at the targeted house are also partially damaged from the air strikes earlier today. we can also hear the war plains and the drones in the sky as they are flying in a very low level. but till now we'll still hearing airstrikes and merced in hearing explosions until now the pallet from the ministry of health. and now that 15 palestinians have been killed while at least 120 other palestinians had been wounded, entreated 5 palestinians are currently residing right now in the intensive care
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unit. no ship a hospital amid a crisis and health sector and the gaza strip. for the reason is the 15 year of located in the gaza strip, but still there is no news or any deal of a truce between the 2. between the 2 parties. we don't have any news confirms about the the fire agreement for the 2 parties. this was in the query from gaza. palestine conflict was ignited when idea forces killed. a commander obviously make your heart movement hitting a residential building. 10 people died as a result of that strike, including a 5 year old girl which sparked protests and an armed response from the militants. welcome a loose, a former senior security policy analyst on alessandra bruno and independent political analyst showed that take on how this conflict could spiral out of control . the shelling is in a very confined area and the hot and the risk of getting civilians is streamline
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high. and so you're going to see many innocent people killed. and this is just on a foam and even further violence and retaliation. this could, this could be the beginning of an almost very serious unraveling why it will happen . now. it's beyond me, given all the other tensions in the, in the area that, that are occurring. i just think that with this thing could very easily get out of control and it could bring in other groups. and this thing could expand very, very rapidly. the operation effectively started 2 days ago on august the 3rd, when they arrested the planning you had leader. also what is important is the context here. israel is going to have it's, i believe this election in the span of 3 years. i call this operation the beginning of the electoral season because the benjamin netanyahu still in the
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background for the right is going to play this card. so forcing the central government of la pete to have to show his own credentials in this regard. this operation will not just last a few days and everything is in place for another invasion of gaza by the israelis over 300 demonstrators on 65 and peace have been detained in anti government rallies in new delhi. the protests were reportedly a positive account, pained by india of main opposition policy against issues like in sation unemployment and rising prices. the makers were detained as they tried to march to the presidential palace. some party supported, also taken away. people with the being pushed to the ground and seized 5 police most were release office 6 hours as we detention is a common practice in the country. india is finance. going to defend it. the
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government's handling of the economy and parliament a lead this week he highlighted the fact that while major economies are falling into procession, india is under no such threats. while inflation in canada has announced a new formal training course for ukrainian trucks in the u. k. as part of a british leg military program. however, previous canadian drills came in for criticism because of accusations of also we're training neo nazis and war criminals. kind of the department of defense promised to look into the matter, but has not yet revealed any results. i don't think contributes rachel marston has well canada is back out as again, training ukrainian fighters last time this didn't go to well last fall, the major canadian press accused the canadian military of training neo nazis. the department of defense vowed to get to the bottom of it, but there has been no public accountability. and now the defense minister has
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announced that there forging ahead in training, tens of thousands more ukrainian troops in the u. k. this time in advance combat over several months, i have authorized the deployment of up to 225 canadian armed forces personnel to the united kingdom, where they will train new ukrainian military recruits. it's all a continuation of canada's training mission inside ukraine operation uniform, which kicked off in 2015 to prep ukrainian fighters for dispatched to done yet. and once that operation was suspended in february, the u. k has nothing but glowing praise for canada's role. canada's expertise will provide a further boost asterisk to the program and ensure that the ukranian men and women coming to the u. k. to train to defend their country will get a wide pool of experience and skills from both the u. k. forces and our international partners, but the canadian press has a much different view of canada's activities in ukraine. canada stay broadcast or
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the cbc reported that soldiers from the as all regiment participated in the canadian training in ukraine as recently as 2020 and even war identifying patches and insignia has the ottawa citizen found that canadian officials met with as of leaders failed to denounce their neo nazi beliefs and had photos taken alongside them that were subsequently used. and as our propaganda now, ottawa denies that spent part of its $890000000.00 ukrainian training budget on neo nazis. a famous nazi hunter and holocaust scholar weighed in with some harsh words . for ottawa, the problem is that the 2 navy in defense ministry did not do proper diligence and did not fully verify exactly whom they would trade. and just, you know, they want to spend millions of dollars on a, something is nebulous, is as, as tray a bunch of guys who they have no idea who they are. i mean, this negligence there,
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certainly people are gero who don't want their money, spent the taxpayer money strength training, training, neo nazis. but canada is forging ahead as it perhaps more ukrainian fighters alongside britain. but with, as all fighters now folded into the ukrainian military and a persisting lack of accountability for kansas pass mistakes. how can i really be so sure, the history won't simply repeat itself. ah, i russian envoy to the un has slammed the u. s. practice of deploying its nuclear weapons to other countries and also known as repeatedly called on washington to withdraw. it sneaks back to the states national political will all polish, shall nuclear deterrence is purely defensive in nature. we have repeatedly called for the withdrawal of us nuclear weapons to american territory. they'll emanation of the infrastructure for their deployment in europe and announced to nato's practice of joint nuclear missions in order to prevent
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a new disastrous nuclear arms race. russia has, he unilaterally committed itself to avoid being the 1st to deploy systems that fall under the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty in those regions were such american made weapons will not be deployed. we're calling the united states and its allies to make similar commitments. and russia is not the only country concerned about us. nuclear proliferation china has also called on washington to reduce its deployments and return to dialog on arms control. aging house criticize the us for investing trillions of dollars in new types of nukes, warning that this could lower the threshold for the use all the such weapons. china is also accuse washington of undermining the regional and global strategic balance by developing advance to miss all defenses. in asia and europe, as well as sharing nuclear weapons with non nuclear states, may, the united states should withdraw all its nuclear weapons from europe and refrain
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from deploy nuclear weapons in any other region, any attempt to replicate nato's new killer sharing model in the asia pacific region would undermine regional strategic balance and stability, and would be firmly opposed by the countries in the region and when necessary faced severe countermeasures. china's concerns are not without cause of the us is the only state to have used nuclear weapons in combat against another country. and the americans did it twice. 77 years ago in the final week, the world war 2. the us devastated the japanese cities off her, russia and nuggets nike with atomic bombs killing hundreds of thousands of civilians. i
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i civil rights attorney robert patello said that despite the lessons of history, the world still underestimates the new p. s to it. today we have enough nuclear weapons in the articles, distal 3 countries to affectively live in life on the planet. and i think that to this quite in person, going to sleep at night. and people understood the true threat of that. they will be across the board a worldwide called to in nuclear weapons use. so no, i don't think the american people or people of the world in general understand the danger that we all sit under. that one rogue madman and offered channel events that could affect the we in civilization as we know it. the nuclear weapons are all no
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longer need and simply a relic of the past. i think we should disarm new, clearly new, clearly down to only the most finite amount, if in existence at all. i think the major nuclear nations could friday feed treaty some of the salt one and 2 that would limit the numbers of nuclear arm to bring that eventually down to 0. pakistan selection commission has ordered, ousted prime minister and ran com to appear at a hearing. and allegations of his policy receiving prohibited funding. now, pakistan's ruling alliance earlier found a petition seeking a lifetime disqualification for con, for failing to disclose information about receiving gifts from other states. if all the premier has denied the accusations, the peachy political party collected money from companies in 2012 and the law prohibited this action was formulated in 2017. therefore, no law has been violated. the election commission of pakistan is saying that the
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money raised by overseas pakistanis is illegal there, calling it foreign funding. tell me if this money's for in funding, then what about the remittances and the money that has san for earthquakes and floods. meanwhile, 1000. so to the straits of karachi to protest the ruling, all the alleged and legal foreign funding of cons, policy demonstrations carried fathers calling for the resignation of the chief election commissioner earlier in line con, called on his supporters to rally peacefully protested, say the election commission sufficient in bias 10 days to get through with serious political contender. the election commission's decision is biased and we're here to protest. we demand a free and fair elections, and we're going to the traditional commission to register a complaint against the chief election commissioner. if he delivered a horrible decision and deliberately turned it into a foreign funding case,
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the purpose of the decision is to target only p t. i am to make application against them, or in con, in such a way that people would turn against him. but this cannot happen because emron khan is honest and trustworthy. they have given the wrong decision. and if they are so concerned about foreign funding, why didn't they ask other parties who actually have ties to india? we demand early free and fair elections. the legal grounds for cons disqualification are said to be the non disclosure of prohibited funding from foreign states and organizations failing to disclose funding information was the same reason form of pakistani permanence. and now i should reef was removed from office back in 2017 to refill the latest sentence to 10 years in prison, and is currently in london with sleeping medical treatment and research associates at the university of the hall told us that the pro iran kong movement in pakistan is gaining momentum, will the latest rule and gives his opponents his best chance to keep him out of
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power. popularity is increasing, and this is the last roll, the dice that the operation has. and if this is the operating would typically have nothing against him because every other thing that the opposition has done changed it has, you know, going on or to take the idea ahead is that if the government, obviously, the state of pakistan is not a part of the us, but the government would not go the extra mile, perhaps too big, and then the book comes to shop. so if you were to contextualize this entire debate in this, in this scenario, i would, i would say that with him, ron, in the us would not have whatever, whatever day with the person who would really form in join red line off
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pakistan. the problem with government id one, it lacks a big mandate to it is on it is uncertain what it wants to do to get many, many a make signal to the public as well as, as well as foreign actors. thanks for staying with us here in our scenes national this saturday we will be back in 30 minutes with more live news updates. we'll see them. ah
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