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ah, ah, a with a thief virus breach between israel in the islamic jihad group and gaza with rockets, fire just minutes after went into effect. a slightly benefit, a new phone with an rti correspond it's targeted, shot at by israeli military aspiring intensifies at the israel palestine border multiple victims and buildings on fire. as you prayed, continued this relentless attack on the don. yes. were public with launching more than 400 shells in a single day. the u. s. is trying to escape responsibility for the ukraine war.
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that's how a co founder of the rock band, se floyd stresses the washington role in the conflict. turning the tables on his end, journalists during an interview more is basically about the action and reaction of nights. hope pushing right up to the russian po to which they promised that with good morning 5 am here in moscow. happy to have you join us from wherever you're watching. i'm fiorella is about what this hour's top news stories. we begin as a cease fire comes into effect in gaza with israel and the islamic jihad militant group declaring a truce. a trickle of rocket fire, however, was launched from the palestinian enclave just after it came into effect. good unverified footage is set to show
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israel's defense system, intercepting rockets, while a media live stream shows a missile fired from gaza. approximately 8 minutes after the cease fire came into effect. meanwhile, gods of residents are seen to celebrate the agreement hoping it brings an end to the israeli military operation, which according to god's as health ministry, left $44.00 palestinians dead since friday. as intensive fire continued from both sides ah, amid the intensifying fire a shot was taken at an rti corresponded yeah, that's dotsie by the israeli army. during her report on the border of the palestinian territory of rama la. multiples of men, a shot, a slightly bent
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a tim allen and you call in the fall and now yeah, i thought i'm a bachelor with that he up and i iananda in of a florida in florida. you gotta go home with a shot. was fired at the correspondent as an r t camera men filmed israeli forces moving towards palestinian protesters on the border with israel. the crew dive for cover, and fortunately nobody was hurt. we've asked israel's defense force to explain why our t was targeted, but are yet to receive a response. we crossed now live to michael maloof, a former senior security policy analyst in the office of the u. s. secretary of defense. michael, what,
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why would an israeli soldier target the r t crew in the 1st place given that they were clearly marked as press well, given that it's clear that the idea of the israeli defense forces could care less. they. i noticed in that film and i studied in earlier, but there was no one with binoculars to, to verify what they were shooting slightly. they probably just saw people with something on mounted on the shoulder. and they just assumed that you're supposed to positively identify targets. clearly they did not, and the fact to that are you, the journalists were, had clearly mark press designations on them. makes us very reprehensible. and if they don't talk to me, if the idea does not talk to r t, i think they will talk to the russian foreign ministry, which should follow a very serious complaint about such activity. now this is not the 1st time this has
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happened. you'll be called back in may and i'll just 0, a palestinian american journalists clearly with all the credentials and, and press marked off on the home and on the chest. that was fiddle a shot. and it un report which did an investigation that concluded that the shot came from the idea. so this is a, this is something which they seem to be doing with impunity. and it's something that has to be called to their attention and, and, and with some sanctions of necessary because this is the intolerable therapy. and it's clear to me too that the israelis do not want the publicity of father. they're treating the palestinians. and this is why the press seems to be a fair game even for the idea. so for clarity to this be seen as a case of indiscriminate firing. oh yeah, i think it was clear,
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but i also think too they didn't, they just don't care. they, there they, they probably saw somebody with, with a camera how they interpreted that, i don't know, but it was at a distance. but there was nobody with binoculars to positively identify what would be a target. clearly you guys were not targets. so it's, you can just see it right there, they're there, they're just aiming and not verifying anything. and that's and to be allowed to do this is probably the very same thing that happened to the reporter. the al jazeera reporter enough and less may. and i think it does warrant a serious complaint by the foreign ministry to the, to the israeli government. a, you mentioned the palestinian journalist marine, i will actually, you know,
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that happen. you think that israel should shift its attitude towards journalists? do you think that there is any international uproar, enough international uproar for israel to do that? it depends if, if the, if the country such as russian make, make some bold, the pronouncements of concern and, and get and given the relationship that now exists between israel and russia, which is not most favorable right now. i think that by this will put pressure on the israelis, particularly from the rushing, particularly from the russian government. something has got to be done and then it clearly shows that the israelis don't care about pressed. they don't want the coverage. that's for clear that's for sure. so i think that this will be a, if a government such as russia takes direct action and with the israelis,
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i think that they'll get the message hopefully, but don't count on it. yeah, i was just going to ask you, do you think israel will ever be ready to admit this in such cases that we've seen it doesn't seem like that happening. like you mentioned? no. no, it's not, not, not unless what even the un did a report and it just was like water off the ducks package. they, they, they could care less. and it would take a countries such as, perhaps not only russia, but perhaps the united states as well, to call attention to any country not going after. press like this, especially countries where the u. s. or russia have some influence. i think that that will bring to bear some pressure that needs to be done because the this, this is, this will continue unless this type of activity and action is not
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a threat to a halt immediately. obviously they obviously they just don't hear. thank you. michael malo. former senior security policy analyst in the office of the secretary of defense. thank you. as palestinian says through the rubble of bon buildings, there are some gruesome reminders of the force of onslaught. this footage was film during a search and rescue operation at the sight of a residential house, reportedly levelled by an israeli airstrike. palestinian an official say some 650 buildings have been damaged in garza in the past few days alone. here are some of what low fools who've been caught in the crossfire had to say. in a book without any warning, they targeted the area near the kuwaiti hospital. the who, of course it is a camp, crowded with children, women, and the elderly such when they targeted houses with 6 missiles, 6 houses were completely destroyed. below for the attack was very terrifying. we
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ran away in panic and fear among the children and women. they lit up the shuttle should follow. bulldozers could not go through. so they asked me to demolish my house so that they could enter to save you from the inside. i agreed and allowed them to think as people's lives are more important and saving lives more valuable than my house. chaverra wounded you were gaza. journalist henckel diary reported from the hospital where the injured are being treated. we are no one else ship a husband and as you see there are a lot of injured palestinians are coming. and the palestinian and medics are now receiving the palestinians in j from the latest is right near strikes. the medics are busy with the palestinians. and so the police are had been these palestinians, it's, it's be, it's listed, describe how they feel. some of them digs were surprised that they injuries are their relatives. other people were surprised that they know these people injury and
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everyone is here are some families are waiting for their beloved ones to leave the i see you centers, others have been part city partially enjoyed a. we also noticed that there have been a couple of palestinians that have been amputated out, a girl who with at least 5 years old, had been amputated when she was injured by an israeli strike. when it was her uncle's wedding, israel says the strikes were pre emptive to prevent an attack by the islamic jihad group and has said that it will resort to force if this cease fire is breached. areas across southern israel have been under fire since friday with many people running for shelter in the cities of tel aviv asked alone and throat. and on sunday, the islamic jihad group also target a jerusalem as news of the seas fire, reach israel here, some thoughts on those in the firing line. a version of the fire is just
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a big bluff, considering all that happens here with the rocket. if we didn't have the i don't defense system. thank god. today we would have been a 2nd ukraine. i really hope this. the fire will last long and that we are at least able to live a bit quietly. the war never gave anyone anything good. so peter, something big, and i really want our kids and the people of israel to feel secure in our country. professor of history and international relations at the lebanese university in beirut, jamal what came believes israel's actions against the militant group might find support from arab countries. main objective was who thought a good had slamming the slimy you had because it's considered the most radical palestinian group. it's the most dedicated to fighting is a it was no compromise whatsoever. many states and countries
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might be happy to direct a blow to slamming you had because they considered a group that is not under. they're not under different rules, they cannot go products, actions, especially that it got to texting, interests, especially for the companies. the other companies that have these 3 kids with israel or that are interested in normalizing relations with let's update you with the latest from the ground in the dawn by 3 civilians are killed in the people's republic on sunday, and 14 more injured as ukraine continued shelling residential areas, according to local authorities. one of the latest places hit by shelling is believed to be a warehouse located in the north of the republic's capital city. from the footage you can see the facility has been completely consumed by fire. according to diagnose the officials, ukrainian troops fired more than 400 shelves on sunday alone. russia claims
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calves putting europe under nuclear threat by showing areas, needs that but a roget nuclear power plant in ukraine south that's for the 2nd time in 2 days. the shilling of the zap roget nuclear power plant by the ukranian armed formations as deliberate in order to discredit russia. the ukrainian authorities do not shown anything. creating a real threat to the nuclear security, not only of ukraine, but of europe as well. here's footage from the area released by local authorities, which shows cluster munitions, launched by ukrainian rocket launchers littering an area near the active plan. a previous attack took place on friday, which sparked a fire at the facility and left some power lines linked to the power plant down. russia has previously warned that our direct hit on the plants reactors could cause a disaster. worse intro noble zappa rogia nuclear power plant is the largest
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in europe, and among the 10 biggest worldwide, it's reactors, pump out enough power to supply millions of people. and it has 50 percent more capacity than the infamous chernobyl plant. the international atomic energy agency has warned, of potentially catastrophic consequences if a fire starts at the plant. let's take a closer look at how a possible explosion at the plant in southern ukraine could potentially affect the area most regions across ukraine and the don boss plus the russian border regions would be contaminated by radiation. but the effects could also reach much further spanning across all of eastern europe, the black sea and turkey. richard black, a former republican party senator, for virginia, says western countries prefer to turn a blind eye to tactics used by kiya right now. there are such enormous force from the west, from the u. s. from nato. from the united kingdom. there's tremendous pressure
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from the western media to never say anything bad about ukraine and to make up any kind of going that you could say against the russians. that's becoming a little bit frayed. pete, the information is beginning to leak out, and people are beginning to say, you know, wait a minute. it wasn't russia that started this war. it was, they told they started the war because they forced brushes back to the wall where the president, he had no alternative for to defend the sovereign territory of russia. and he had to launch an attack to do that. in order to preempt the attack, ukraine was planning against the don bass. so we see a gradual shift in the political environment. and
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now you see more people beginning to slowly, cautiously speak out. and so you know this, this ukraine war never made any sense. we're slaughtering good, decent, ukrainian young man. we're slaughtering good, decent russian yet real young man. and for why the sons of very well connected politicians in the u. s. the u. k. some of these other countries can go out and cut deals for arms. now we don't know where those arms are going. authorities in the don. yes, people's republic say mary, you will be fully rebuilt within the next 3 years. an objective that only became reachable after russian troops helped us horses regained control of the city, which was being held hostage by ukrainian nationalists. one step towards a semblance of peace or the de mining operations currently being undertaken by
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dying as forces with factories, airports and large industrial facilities already cleared residential areas are now the focus of d mining efforts in mary oh, here's a glimpse of an rti documentary about the war torn city a story of bravery, heroism, tragedy, and help with it was almost as was hoping to lose them. truth
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was with with her, see, you wanna do it to the u. s. is trying to escape responsibility for its role in the ukraine. more so they co founder of rock band pink floyd roger waters, as he questioned the west, his anti russian narrative, and turns the tables on a cnn host in an interview. the conversation got pretty heated when waters accused the u. s. government, of inciting the war. why wouldn't the united states for america
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encourage sir lensky, the person to negotiate, obviating the need for this horrific her renders? swore what's your face is killing your boy home, and we don't know how many you, but you're claiming the body that got invaded. come on, you've got it. reversed law, had well, that certainly, you know, any war when did it start? what you need to do is look at the history. it's present. this more is basically about the action and reaction of nato pushing right up to the russian border. which they promised they wouldn't do when gorbachev negotiated the withdrawal of the ussr from the whole of eastern europe. when you say this, that i have to say what about our role as liberators? you of all people, when you have your role as liberates lord your to me. while mainstream media continues to push the same old ukraine stories, americans seemed to be more concern about raging inflation and
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a domestic crisis. and less about their country meddling and one foreign conflict after another are corresponded. rachel blevins has the story, may not of states may have the largest economy in the world, but washington of foreign policy and its involvement in one international conflict after another have fueled questions of just how long it can betray itself is the world leader. as the end of the unit polar world is now more of a fact than a possibility when the by mid ministration announced an end to the war and ghana stand last year, it could have sent the message that it was ready to focus on issues at home of which there are many as the u. s. economy is reportedly already in a recession. 66 percent worry that a major recession is right around the corner up from 48 percent at this time last year. at the same time, 71 percent stay there. income is not keeping up with rising expenses. but instead the u. s. government turn its focused ukraine and ramped up its funding for the
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country to unprecedented levels as washington pledged its support for what some call a proxy war against russia. and the us didn't stop there. the white house made that clear when they stepped aside, as nancy pelosi took a trip to taiwan, despite numerous threats from china, the result, beijing, sanction the house speaker and sever ties with washington and a number of areas signaling. this wasn't the end of the conflict between the 2 countries and as if that wasn't enough tension. and the u. s. military is reportedly gearing up for joint drills with india and october, less than 100 kilometers from the border with china. oh, and despite his promise to revive the 2015 nuclear deal with a ron fight, it has yet to do so, sparking concern that the u. s. could be in for yet another conflict, even with the presence of sporadic talk by it has yet to lift anything. sions from tehran,
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and he has also defended keeping the country's revolutionary guard on the u. s. perilous, at all costs. none of these international stand offs are helping the situation on the home. as biden's, critics have pointed out that his policies have triggered a growing energy crisis. while he has only been in office for less than 2 years, yet because of his fardy slime of hysteria. what they believe on the climate. biden lockdown american oil and natural gas reduction by now by news crawling around the globe. what is these begging and pleading for mercy from saudi arabia, ruin and venezuela? you could take the 5 wars presidents in american history and put them together and they would not have done the damage. joe biden has done to our country in less than 2 years. but while biden focuses on stoking the fires of foreign conflicts, the numbers show the american people are not on his side. for example,
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bullied as gallop poll, found that just one percent of americans see russia is a major issue. instead, the majority listed inflation, government leadership, and the u. s. economy, as their talk concerns. then there's biden's approval rating, which is seemingly in freefall and is now down to an all time low of just 30 percent. yet the president is still approving more money and weapons for ukraine, bringing the grand total to nearly $9000000000.00 since the beginning of the year. the biden administration's next security assistance package for ukraine is expected to be $1000000000.00. one of the largest so far and include munitions for long range weapons and armored medical transport vehicles. the package is expected to be announced as early as monday and would add to about $8800000.00 in aid. the united states has given ukraine since february 24th. meanwhile, the congressional budget office reports that u. s. public debt is nearly $24.00 trillion dollars,
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which is over 100 percent of the country's g d p. yet, even with inflation at 40 year high, isn't the economy declining the vine and ministration refuses to listen. raising questions about how long the u. s. can continue at this pace, and of course, how long the american taxpayers and voters will allow it. those were the top stories for this, our up next over 400000 people. and mary, you will have to shelter under ground because you friends, i love unit wouldn't let them leave the city. my not how many fared during these trying times and archie documentary, don bass, i'm alive. see you at the top of the hour. ah ah.
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with 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 development only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very difficult time to sit down and talk
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