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ah ah ah, this is news line from berlin and i'm the easy car returns to garza. a ceasefire between israeli and palestinian militants appears to be holding. 3 days of bombardments killed at least $44.00 palestinians, also coming up. curbing iran's nuclear ambition is a possible breakthrough and talks aimed at limiting the program and exchange for
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sanctions relief. iran's negotiators head home to consider proposals and fighting climate change us lawmakers approve hundreds and billions of dollars spending on the environment. the landmark built just sweeps through the senate in a big victory for president jo. bye ah hello everyone. i'm layla iraq. it's good to be with you. a ceasefire between israel and the palestinian islamic jihad group appears to be holding in gossip. the truce follows 3 days of violence which killed more than $44.00 palestinians, an injured 100, more and the territory israel as how we opened a crossing into southern garza, allowing fuel trucks to enter lack of fuel has forced the only power station in the
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area to shut down a meanwhile, the u. s. president said joe biden has welcomed the truce. he says all parties should keep the peace and ensure humanitarian supplies reach the territory. mitel supplies are once again flowing into gaza, allowing unsold, bar blonde to restock. duty is after drawn out a few loans of the whole to day about sooty tracks loaded with fuel. we're allowed to answer the power plant after it's closure for about a week from last tuesday until sunday. and that normal ahead o 3 days of intense fighting, let 40 for palestinians and shooting 15 children dead. israel carried out as strikes targeting but slamming jihad in gaza. while the militants had back by fighting hundreds of rockets. israelis in the area targeted by the rockets have
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mixed feelings over the egypt. brookwood sees fire, leslie. it's really an illusion because it's a momentary ceasefire until further notice maybe next week. maybe in half a year. who knows? shana will i am your dad. meanwhile, news of the truce was met with relief in gaza. a will live during the past 3 days in terror and fear with which the mornings would come. as we did not like the nights, my children were crying about like a block. i've been part our many in the palestinian in cliff slowly dawning to their normal lives. while others tried to salvage their belongings from the rubble of what used to be their homes. millicent group, hamas, which rules garza remained on the sidelines during the latest israel bombardments. he will be ass, middle east expert guido steinberg. why? well, islamic jihad is, sir, traditionally the more radical organization,
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it is strategically aligned to iran. so there is a major ideological and strategic gap between the 2 organizations. but i think that the main reason for a hamas are staying on the sidelines is that the organization only entered a very violent confrontation with israel in may. 2021. and it is still recovering from the, from the brutal israeli onslaught on the basis of the organization. it simply didn't want any major escalation. right right now. and part of the reason is probably also that israel has losing some restrictions on the gaza strip . after may 2021 and hammers the doesn't want to, doesn't want to lose the well well this, this benefit of the, of the latest confrontation right now. that was
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a guido steinberg from the german institute for international and security affairs . the european union has submitted a final text to try and salvage the nuclear deal between iran and world powers. the possible breakthrough comes after 4 days of talks in vienna. and iranian delegation is on its way back to, to ron, to discuss proposals. the talks involved in germany, france, britain, china, and russia. the u. s. has been involved in directly. you says it's now up to those nations to either accept or reject the deal. the 2015 pact lifted sanctions on iran in return for guarantees. it will not build a nuclear weapon. us present. donald trump walked away from that deal 4 years ago. all right, let's get you more on this latest development. want to take you now to austria, where a journalist class or is, is standing by close is
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a deal within reach it could be in reach if both major parties, the iranians as well as the u. s. yes, this was the debate for them for those of negotiations. the question is, or how many and then joe biden would say, yes to what's on the table. now, do we know what is in the draft? what is the european union saying about this final text? not getting detailed asked to and clarity's, i would say for example, how do this the text dentist sanctuary the future st. chosing deal with the revolutionary god of the iran. how were the thing to really be lifted so that it could not make possibilities for you? and getting better how we are, the iran indeed shrink it uranium enrichment which has improved in the last 2
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years in its remainder, lee, and not at least to do the with issue with the iranians in 2024. and the republican president would be elected that this need would not yet again, be abolished. so there are still some major sticking points that has to be ironed out. of course, and besides this, the sticking points between the international atomic energy agency here in vienna, iranians because the director general grossey made clear in the last 2 weeks already that several points are not yet clarified. for example, did iran in the past going back to 2003 work on how to it was and trying to live an atomic weapon, especially at the thing which it brings it into emotion, then to destroy everything. it's not clear the traces found in iran, but iran is not giving more clarity to the international energy agency as well as
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the 6 weeks ago. several cameras, they installed by the iranians so that the agency now is not really knowing exec the bought iranians are doing so it's up to both sides. iran and us to say yes or no, but i think try the negotiations. don't make any sense. so the iranian delegation is on its way back to taylor on what would a renew deal mean for iran? is the say yes to this new take switch. so that although i represent a corporate union, has a presented to them and be presented to foreign ministers. it would mean the can, it's hold on again, they can get money for it, which was frozen at the united states in europe and other places. and that was and more honest norman economic relations could be reestablished and to the high
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inflation and iran board to be able to counter a little bit. and the economy of iran would be brought back to the economy. residue takes place, we have to wait for several days. i'm afraid to get clarity from us as well as from iraq jealous to klaus conference in the austrian capital vienna reporting class. thank you. you're welcome. the u. s. senate has passed a bill to spend hundreds of billions of dollars on climate and health care programs . the bill passed the senate by a 5150 margin with democratic vice president, comma harris, casting the tie, breaking vote. it offers tax incentives for reducing carbon emissions and aims to slash the cost of prescription drugs. the u. s. house is expected to approve the legislation next week. land and democrats. chuck schumer is the senate
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majority leader. he said the legislation would have a major impact. as you know, it's been a long and winding road. our bill reduces inflation. lowest costs creates millions of manufacturing jobs, enhances our energy security, and is the boldest climate package us history. i asked it of is washington bureau chief in his pole? what kind of impact this bill could have? it indeed is a landmark bill. i line the took the democrats a long time to get it through. so a lot of the package focuses on incentivizing clean energy projects and electric vehicles, while taxing and eliminating fossil fuel projects. on the other side, jack tumor said that the u. s. greenhouse gas emissions will be slashed by 40 percent by 2030. that's not so long ahead of us. so even though the progressive
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being has been somewhat critical at some of the legislation, this was definitely the best outcome for the biden. why and house and the democrats over all on capitol hill is definitely a win for the president. but the bill does fall short on other major promises that the president made. indeed, so much of compromise has been around getting one democratic senator, mansion of west virginia to wode, in favor as so the white house and democrats have been negotiating tireless lives with him for months and months. the package now offers provisions that will increase pipeline projects despite the climate provision. so much of the compromise is around certain corporate tax breaks that the centrist democrats actually wanted eliminated. now or we are, of course, in a mid term election year. democrats,
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i have been closing the gap with the republicans in opinion surveys and recent weeks. good this bill, the passing of this bill improve their chances come november. it sula and other democrats really have had a, have had really rocky poll numbers. but joe biden has had actually several huge legislative wins in the last months, obviously, this climate bill, but earlier the one trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill as well. but his problem is that it will take maybe years before the average american will feel any positive outcome of this bills. but what they feel right now is the skyrocketing a gas prices, the inflation rate. and by the end of the day, these might be the issues which will big be the, the decision makers when it comes to the midterm elections in november. the w.
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washington birch is in as fall reporting in as you want to say now about the other stories making news around the world. you a secretary say to antony, blanket is in south africa setting out washington, his policies for sub saharan african countries. his 5 nation tourists has a chance to win support for the us and counter russian influence over the war grain . greece's prime minister says he was not aware that his country's national intelligence agency had wire, tapped, an opposition politicians phone. in an address to the nation. you're jak, or sent me to attack it said the surveillance was legal, but wrong. that of the intelligence service has resigned over the seattle. it will be a formidable ukraine, is calling for a demilitarized zone around your abs. biggest nuclear power station. ukraine. it uses russia of shelley, the separation plant, russia denies attacking it. he meanwhile says artillery strikes, damage,
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radiation sensors, and injured a worker out of the united nations, and on the dash as warrant that any attack on a nuclear power plant is quoted suicide up. he wants access for international inspectors at those attack. our correspondence committee has bellinger is in the ukrainian capital key than updated us early on the situation at that very nuclear power plant. we cannot determine where this attack came from. the plant has been under russian occupation since the very beginning of the war. a few days after the beginning of the war, the russians went on to the site and took control of it. ukrainian workers are still running the plant, but to the ukrainian atomic energy authority. they don't have control over what they are doing there. and just the international organizations also do not have access to them. it's of course, or something that russia has time and time used to,
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to threaten with dire consequences if you granted this about and or it has used it as a shield that established her to, to position military equipment there. her hoping that her ukraine wouldn't dare to attack the facility ukraine has attacked positions near the facility with loitering . munition loitering, munitions are drones that are fly over. there are fluid into a site and that explode on side. they are controllable. they, they can be it. when they fly, they can be or the flights can be canceled or midway and etc, etc. are something that's more controllable rockets, of course, is a different story. rockets once they fly, they fly. most of modern rockets are adjustable or when they're already in the air, but they can not be stopped. germany centre left social democratic party has ruled . there are no grounds for its expel. the former chancellor gach hood are over, his ties to russia. the party says mister schroeder did not break its rules by
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working for some of russia's biggest companies. again, hutch florida was chancellor of germany from 1998 to 2005. a power politician who all was kept the interests of business in mind. he was also known for his close friendship with ladyman. who did it all seemed to work out fine back then. but listen to how the head of the party shred at once laid describes him now for the yeah, sure. who's been acting as a business man for many years now, and we should stop receiving him as an elder statesmen, former chancellor, he and his money working for russian state owned enterprises. and if you ask what he's done wrong is defensive. vladimir, pushing against the accusation of war crimes is absurd. it's absorbed. after his time, as chancellor schroeder soon joined the board of nor stream the pipeline operator
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long at the center of europe's battle with russia over gas. his various rose working for russian energy firms, gas problem, and rose nif reportedly earned him hundreds of thousands of europe's there was criticism of those relationships from the start. but when shred, as spoke up on behalf of the kremlin during russia's invasion of ukraine, attempts began within the s p. d. to remove him from the party in an interview this month should have said russia wanted to negotiate and into the conflict. and he seemed to suggest that he could help that happen. ukraine's president below de ms. lensky was clearly angered by his intervention. he called it disgusting. with the chancellor shots, also an s p d member has been reticent on what should happen to his predecessor. he has called
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on shredder to resign from his jobs at russian companies, but he's clearly worried about the damage already caused a call from the mission. i don't think it's right again, hunter to, to hold these offices and i think it would be correct for him to give them up whether it's harming the s p d. given that everyone is aware, we did not agree with it. i don't know. i know, but i don't think it is global sharpness. god should has stepped back from some of his roles. but many social democrats want to exclude him from their ranks. tales go to the polls this week to pick a new precedence. both the man contenders. i've been trying to win over the last undecided voters, but one group has already made up his mind not to vote. can he has young people, many have lost faith in their politicians. the 2 front runners, mother kenyan presidency and the last legs, if a campaign, campbell county is voter rich, but there's one part of the electorate relo dinger and william brutal have already
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disappointed kenny as you there was his high the abruptness government nor did will be young people in the projects public, but the special is in surrounding our constitution. but we are not practicing it. why young people make out 3 quarters of kenya's population only around 40 percent of the registered voters. i you youth council delegate peter, come, ami, found it hard, motivating young people to come to railroad ingles rally the 77 year old is widely respected because he played a major role in the opposition movement for a multi party democracy. ah, this vote will be for the women and the youth, kenya has 4 main challenges, ignorance, disease, poverty, and corruption. and young kenyans feel he's out of touch with their reality. many
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are unemployed. food prices were already rising before the war, and ukraine made things worse. drought is devastating the country these engineering students didn't bother to go to the rally. they have not registered to vote. they have like them to promises. yes. they disappear when they are. when they are sick, a forward softer, they get the support, they just disappear. you'll never find them again. i feel little frustrated because i don't know, i don't know where we shall go. i forget them. even the presidential candidate to explicitly address, as young voters did not convince them either. deputy president william brutal his campaign as promising to prioritize the needs of the poor was suffering under the inflated food prices. you will be supported by accessing the government's funds without having to pay interest without being asked about security. because we want to empower every one's business. we will start from the bottom and go upwards
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not far from the action. these young men from a local football club couldn't care less about the election. they have lost trust, and politicians are for years though, billy and nothing is up in the becoming poor. in paula that gandhi's leadership day by day. alex morgan is their coach, but he also raises money to pay their school fees and food. he feels he's doing the job, the government should do how we feel a lot, let know the whole i to we feel that the government kinda more only for out of these 19 players intend to vote. these young people need food jobs purpose mother says that's what they get here. they have learned not to expect anything from kenya's. politicians like to take an hour to kenyatta w's, felix summer, and got in the capitol nairobi. felix was so pick up or where the answer were porter left off. why are these 2 candidates not resonating with or animating
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kenya's young voters? good evening, leila. this 2 candidates are not only meeting their young voters because both of them have been in government for so long for william router joined and started his political journey as early as 1992 rayleigh, dean, gas that had his car carrying politics as early as 1982 when they attempted their call to oust the former president daniel boy. so these people have been in government. the 2 candidates, the 2 leading presidential candidates and the promises they have been giving over the years. they have not materialize because for instance, rayleigh dean got also served as prime minister in kenya between 282013. and many young people feel lake if rayleigh, dingo, who served as a prime minister william rudolph, who has been serving as a deputy president if the intended to do some of the things they're promising.
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young people then lead to have done at that time when they were in office and wendy held the political offices. so that's why most of the young people have shade out to a very, just as what as and majority and quite quite a sizable number of them have also said that they might not be voting in the election. that would be taking place for mortal. so a significant demographic of the canyon population is disillusioned with these 2 candidates. what are these 2 front runners proposing to do against the rising cost of living and high employment in kenya? so for a low dingo who's the lead of as him your commission? he proposes to give a 7 year tax holiday on any loans that are given to the young people who are in business, and that will give them an ample time for them to be able to have their business grow. and that be, this is tammy from ground. on the other hand, he's also promised that social protection plan to the vulnerable families,
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$6000.00 kenneth shillings, which is approximately 50 us dollars for every vulnerable family, up to $2000000.00 families on a monthly basis. on the other hand, we cannot quite a coalition leader, dr. william, brutal who is also the deputy president, has promised the has less fund, which is a 50000000000 fund which will be given to young people in the same is. and here as also promised that young people in kenya, young graduates, will be given a government internship that will run for a whole year, which will be paid and give them an opportunity to stand on their feet. so both of them have promised jobs opportunities and both of them have also promised that they'll reduce the cost of lasers to reduce the cost of production of food and eventually reduce the cost of living in the country. to wi fi like cement reporting from nairobi, felix, thank you so much. russian tennis player diarrhea because he now was, has won the w t a tournament in san jose,
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california and put herself into the top 10 in the world rankings cassette key now came out as gay last month and criticize the invasion of ukraine. it's been a roller coaster of a month for gerry act has akeena and this come from behind 3 set. when in california kept it off. the russian defeated american shelby rogers to win her 5th career title. and when any russian from an appreciative american crowd cars, akina is 25 years old and is now ranked number 9 in the world. she's played against the greats of the sport. sometimes winning, always challenging. and she's represented her country. that's her on the far left before she became russia's number one player. and then last month talking in spain to a russian, youtube or beach at crock. jenko, she made
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a couple of things clear that we're likely hard to handle back home. is that only dis, though i was much out there she just is there with isn't it thursday or the camera? she's up yet now. the dish. there's no money. no been this is the cars up it 1st. she said she is gay and wanted to follow in the footsteps of russian footballer now jack harp ho. allegedly the 1st major rushed natalie to come out and in a 2nd interview cause i cannot said she wishes the russian invasion of ukraine would end. that she thinks about her every day of that wimbleton, barring russian players, was nothing compared to the fact that millions of ukrainians can't go home. the braces, the interviewer asks, aren't you afraid they might take your home away after you say all these words
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they've been will of, haven't you thought about it? he asks the neighbors, aren't you afraid you cannot come back to russia? cuz i can, i says she has indeed thought about it and leaving the question after taking home a trophy in california. where is home now for daria has akeena news continues right after with ah
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