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only me in the moon choose the headlines this. our front set proves a new law restricting trouble and entree to public places for people without coven help passes. but the move is proving divisive from long businesses and public and london and christian preacher, who reportedly converted from islam is stopped at hyde park, famous speaker's corner. but while most media coverage focus on the back, she was wearing a shirley a t shirt. we take more in depth look at the incident in 6 months since joe biden took over the reins of the white pole shows half the respondents lack of optimism for the country's future. we ask americans why all the
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pessimism just look at the country right now. it's in bad shape. it's our politics . because our politic keys are ignorant. and this is a terrible thing to be happening in this city that you have to fear to be out after dawn. i live across the globe around the clock. this isn't news are an rti pleasure to help your company and union and new entry without a coven health pash. that's the new law which has been approved by the french parliament. it will restrict access to crowded public areas and trouble. it comes as local authorities say the country struggling with a 4th wave of the pandemic. more than 25000 cases were registered
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a number of days ago. charlotte dubin ski takes us through how the public reacted to the controversial measures in a few days time. if you don't have a health pass, you simply won't be able to do then. i don't want to see that was on a little is not regulation is already enforce at cultural institutions that will not be extended to the venue to you. the new law also requires all health care workers to be vaccinated against koby. 9 team is pe, suspension without pay the president macro and says she refused to be a no. okay, lated all selfish. prove what is your freedom? where did you say to me? i don't want to be vaccinated, but tomorrow you effect your father, your mother put for me one in, i think theme, but he is not the only one while more than a $160000.00 people rose up in anger against the controversial health passed failing france it's now being approved with poll,
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suggesting that the majority of people actually support the idea not to got given roy for people to infect others. and if you do not want to get vaccinated, it's most of us actually realize that such a thing is met medical science exists and the father being pretty stupid, but it's your choice, but don't, don't and fixed on others. finally, on vaccination and on the vaccine. paul, so i think the president is 100 percent. right. see a said you're looking for a job to around $6000000.00 to have signed up to be knocked elated. think these plans were muted just 2 weeks ago. the french things are not ready to give up. they do the, however, no pool has gone exactly the government way. there was fee is opposition to that health path bill made its way through the french parliament, echoing concerns about the religion of civil liberties. still wrong,
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not to get back to needed, but the help passes an aberration because either we do it for one or we don't do it at all. and for now we do nothing projective. the law is rather a direct credits but doesn't give much choice. so it forces the community to have a common sense of purpose. i don't think it liberty right now. it's not really france that is gover then thinks it's not the president of the republic in europe, which is at present doing that was to see if he knew i'm vaccinated. but i'm not convinced everyone should be obligated to have his health because both of us have said they are prepared to fight, don't defend their right to truth whether or not to be vaccinated. while over 6000 businesses have registered their intent, not to all the people to show their health. that's for me on but can they did is my choice. i'm not imposing its own anyone lecturing anyone about it. i'll always reject any mandate that the cafe work into
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a police officer or health inspector. press the macro you're messing with elements . you won't be able to control. i refuse to be a policeman. i run a beast drove even the police don't want to force your orders as possible. but all 4th wave of the corona virus pandemic. many believe vaccination and controls on those who refuse one all the only way forward a woman believe to be a vocal critic of islam has been starved in london. the incident happened at hyde park's famous speaker's corner. her injuries were not said to be life threatening, but you may find the following video disturbing. the southern shows a large group of people gathered in the park. the victim is towards the bag. a man dressed in black can be seen violently striking the woman
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the time of the attack she was wearing a t shirt depicting, surely do a french satirical magazine has been in the spotlight many times over its caricatures, one of them betraying the prophet mohammad led to a series of deadly islamist the tax back in 2015. however, her shirt didn't depict the profit. instead it showed a kiss between a cartoonist and a muslim preacher caption, love is stronger than hate. while much of the media coverage has either focus solely on the fact she was wearing a shirley abdul shirt or just that a woman was attacked in hyde park. while the authorities did not name the victim. bloggers. activists identified her as 13 year old. how tuned touch, she said to fled turkey, to renouncing islam for christianity. one was regularly seen preaching in hyde park . previously, the woman was escorted by police from the park over fear of attacks,
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and even banned from speaker's corner. after a number of threats, the following video shows another incident from last year. will police in london or warning against making any premature conclusions over the incident? i would of people not to speculate on the motive for the attack. come till we have established the full facts we discuss with our guests the media's coverage of the attack. it should be our main store, right? i think because some of the major are concerned that a rule and claim so that she most punch it in this box would be typed the wrong. because the boss with georgia, my son is against some sort of conduct. so it would be the
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responsible thing. brushes from easier to actually mention their story, not keep it or they can very side me. it was a conscious decision, oppose me. yesterday i asked, i think a response model and i think it's wrong and i always will be people who come back from the religions. there are many religions in the world and then it happens all the time. and we can have a situation where one if somebody who purports to be a particular religion, but they use of the right to something very big because you'd change turnover, miniature, we live in the funny times where we think that if we mention trust cities like this that would be somehow viewed as i'm a phobia or some sort of a big it for your races, a british public, or at least in government,
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he's afraid to still talk about this issue. and as i said, less we talk about it with this problem is going to get, i'm actually genuinely worried that these kind of things are going to happen a lot more unless we have a genuine, honest discussion about this. that glass for me has a place in a free society. so just over 6 months into jo biden's presidency. and more than half of americans recently surveyed our pessimistic about where the country is heading, raising coban cases, searching crime record inflation. they're all weighing on people's minds. ortiz, total quarter has been assessing president biden's efforts to build back better a growing number of american things. nearly everything is going from bad to worse. according to a new poll, more than half of the country is overcome with pessimism about their future when just 2 months ago. most people were wearing rose colored glasses. i think the
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problem with america is not cold. it is not a panoramic, it's not inflection inflation. if it's our politics, because our politic keys are ignorant. if i look at the economy, look at the food. just look at the country right now. it's in bad shape. the number one is inflation with everything. i think the after effects of covey just kind of did a ripple effect on everything. finances, you know, everyone lost their jobs and things like that. so now it's like a matter of survival. it seems that ministration has never manner to anything. a contradict themselves. to look over things really that bad though, judge for yourself. daily new coven cases are now 3 times higher than they were just 2 weeks ago. as the delta super strain continues to rip through the country,
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hospitals are reacting by expanding their i c u wards. but vaccine roll out is losing serious steam and that's filling sick beds as quickly as they're becoming available to top it all off the president's medical advisor sounds like a broken record. i'm very concerned and i'm not satisfied with what is going on because we're going in the wrong direction. it's not going to be good. we're going in the wrong direction. as someone who works in the white house, it's likely found she knows the wrong direction is quite an understatement. biden's press secretary wouldn't even spill the beans on how many infections their staff have seen to provide the number, you know, but what is the why do you need to have that information? in case of transparency, it's no wonder people are anxious about a possible repeat of last winter. she said, when i was elected president, he would cure the corona bar. it's gotten worse, it just more people will get back. i'm worried about that.
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if it's not covered, another deadly danger is the sky rocketing crime rate. just last week there was a shooting every 12 minutes. 430 people were killed and many more injured. with the trend only getting worse, the u. s. is on track to see its highest gun related death toll in over 2 decades. now, many are thinking maybe just the funding, the police wasn't such a good idea. they're doing whatever they can to get money. i wouldn't be out at night anymore. and i've lived here, i was born here in 1943. and this is a terrible thing to be happening in this city that you have to fear to be out after dawn. a thing it is for travis, for where like in chicago in an area like, oh, don't feel things people get killed by around random shootings and it's sad to make matters worse. prices are inflating at
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a rate not seen. and 13 years food and gas are getting more expensive with widespread shortages of mechanical parts, making it a lot more expensive to buy a car. well this has got nearly 90 percent of americans seriously worried for their wallet. think to all this money for it in our economy is going to go downhill with in place, and that would be my major concern and they accepted spending that going on at the moment. i'm a business owner, so it actually was cheaper for me. when i was in rising cobit cases, a surgeon crime record breaking inflation bite and promised to unite america. sure . but who knew dissatisfaction would be americans, riley, and cry. radio host and political analyst day perkins believes americans are terrified of losing the fundamental bedrock. the u. s. is based on i think people are terrified not just pessimistic about the future,
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but afraid they are going to essentially lose their country. the constitution has been abandoned, people's rights are now being trampled on, including the right to have a functioning country with the borders so that the arrival of many millions of outsiders under non legal circumstances does not do damage to their economy and their daily lives. and of course, as you can hear, every day, the bite, the ministration and democrats in general care more about the people who come here illegally, then they care about american citizen. agonizingly obvious, and your m miss. it is terrifying to ordinary people, just trying to run their small businesses or, or make sure they have a job to go to the next day or make sure the crime in their community doesn't rise up and consume them. all of these terrible things are happening all within the span of 6 months after jo biden's integration, the whole country is turned upside down and people are terrified that if they lose
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it, they'll never get it is been we'll have more from the us after the short breakouts, washington and onto another troop withdrawal from a decade long story is right. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation, let it be an arms race is on, often very dramatic development. only personally, i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very political time, time to sit down and talk rather driven by a dreamer shaped by those with the in
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me dares think we dare to ask me. ah ah, you're back with our t. washington house formerly agreed to in it's come by mission in iraq by the end of the year, although some forces will remain in a training and advisory rule, the u. s. s. boots on the ground in the country for almost 2 decades. ortiz,
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john howdy, has been taking a closer look with us forces leaving afghanistan. the sites are also now set on america's draw down once again in iraq. it has been a violent 18 years since the us invaded the country in march 2003, with more than 4500 us troops killed and hundreds of thousands of civilian debts. despite then president george bush's mission accomplished declaration in may 2003. the fight, as we now know, would re john even after the fall of saddam hussein, by april 2004. america had 144000 troops on the ground in iraq. and the numbers would fluctuate over the years. as us forces would fight a bloody campaign against rocky insurgency and arcada. now the white house reportedly plans to fully end the u. s. a combat mission in the country by the end of the year with president biden saying, the united states needs to quote, fight the battles for the next 20 years. not the last 20 or role in reg movie
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as a dealing with not just to be available to continue to train to assist to help and to deal with isis. whereas is derived. but we are not going to be brought in here in a conversation. but as history has shown with us interventionism focusing on the future and not the past is easier said than done, particularly when it comes to the middle east in iraq. isis, despite being severely weakened, continues to rear its ugly head carrier bombings, and attacks on both security forces and civilians. and both the us and israel continue to view iranian back militias in iraq as a threat to regional stability. so while prison and bite and may be focusing on future wars, passwords in the middle east often come back to haunt the united states. just some background on this, the iraq war came in response to the september 11th. it's
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a me was to saddam hussein him, america said how ties with our he does, but in 2008 to pentagon study concluded there was no direct link between the 2. what's more, the bush administration of the time, also claim that iraq had weapons of mass destruction. with a declassified u. s. report shows those claims are based on assumptions, not facts. economics professor richard wolf believes washington's true intentions were never related to terrorism. well, the number of dimensions of this, the 1st one, as you rightly point out, was snatching the oil and avoiding what might have happened if saddam had been able to go in the way. and the whole region had reorganized itself in terms of the global oil trade in claims of the role of the dollar in that trade and all the strategic questions around that. but you can call it whatever you want. this is
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also a piece of the united states and playing around with words to avoid admitting that is not going to help the situation. and i think it's an open question. what is going to happen now? which will destabilize the region, the stabilize the oil industry. as the whole question of nationalization and using oil for the benefit of a nation, rather than for a company, let alone a foreign company gets revised because it's been part of that part of the world. at least 70 united states over through most, back in the iran many years ago when the us withdrawal from iraq comes in the wake of it's paula from afghanistan. washington sees it's now focusing on the bigger threats, both by russia and china. the long term risk is china, maybe the, the near term risk as russia. and we have to make sure that we focus our attention
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on those. the withdrawal comes after nearly 20 years of war in afghanistan. president biden claims the u. s. a chiefs what it intended to do. there is no need to risk more american lives. but a peace activist we spoke to the u. s. has never left a conflict with our paving the way for another one. there is no growing threat or striking threat or threat of any sort from anywhere on earth to the us military, which is an expense almost equal to all the others put together. there was no threat from afghanistan 20 years ago. there is no threat from china today. and there is no threat from russia today. it is all absolutely propaganda. and the thing to do 20 years ago was to use the rule of law to prosecute the crimes, to seek the extradition of criminals,
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where there was justifiable grounds to pursue it, and not to launch a war. the u. s. has never in many, many years ended or even scaled back a war without making any grounds for escalating or starting a new war. because to do so would be to challenge the idea of war, which is absolutely taboo. if not in comprehensible in u. s. society. the problem, of course, is that you're dealing with government in possession of huge numbers of nuclear weapons. and so there is actually a short term danger of the long term elimination of life on the planet. from these games they're playing huge storms in london have triggered flash flooding. roads turned into rivers across parts of the city. torrential rains also left homes and several subway stations submerged. you're
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looking at live pictures at from london right now. a huge wildfire is raging across the italian island of sorry, about 20000 acres of forest help being consumed by the flames. and around 1500 people been evacuated to safety. most 8000 firefighters mobilize as well, 30 specialist planes and helicopters, the region to the current state of emergency and called and the government to deliver immediate financial supports. big figures as well, a similar theme in the us, a huge fire raging there as well. it comes after 2 separate wildfires named dick c on fly emerged into one of california largest ever wildfires. on saturday, dixie far swept through indian falls, destroying
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a 20 homes. according to the latest update, the fire swept at close 220-0000 acres across the vast area. more than 4000 people are now under mandatory evacuation orders. in the wake of the recent writes south africa is now recording a peak in cobit cases. despite the government pushing to get people vaccinated, untested, the huge hesitancy in the country with all the details are not his policy or alexandra, a township in johannesburg, suite city court, a ticking bomb by the south african human rights commission. crampton, overcrowded high levels of unemployment and at the same time, a lack of basic service delivery. add to that the fact that social distance thing is impossible because we often large families live in chapter one. and people have
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come, you know, washing faces. and it's no surprise that south africa account for nearly 40 the thing of corona virus related in africa. the reason why i'm not reading much now is because i just live across the street. so it is, i want to see a call for soldier coming. i'll be running out to say to a mess can come and pick up. i don't really see if it's not doing anything for us and i don't know if that's the sort of i've been sometimes if it's difficult to be doing good, good. that doesn't help people with the noting this being they think the thing is not for people. we know the young, wild, and free food is just and because the becky don't social distance is so small and you live but lot of the abort. according to the health ministry,
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the country just passed the peak of its food, waive, which alone lives more than 2000000 people infected that the country is not yet out of the woods. as the reason why it's so masses of people coming together around 47500 cove at 900 vaccines were lost in the recent and raised more than a 100. private pharmacies were damaged, including $71.00 destination site. many of those who have been arrested in connection with the unrest have tested positive for cove at 19. the government is urging those who participated in the looting sprees to get tested covert. the chances are they won't for fear of being wasted if they say the way they've been. i'm one of the about the only people here with a mock and even though i have received t jad, they all concern that the coming back to mason programs on the market do not work against the south african very and hospitals are struggling and misinformation is
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spreading constant in the virus itself, just another problem the south african government has to tackle as it deals with the aftermath of the worst unrest it has placed in decades. policy a r t, alexandra. okay, that is a news update for now, but the 1st boom bust of the week is on your screen and moments. rachel and brent ticky through the stories that affect the money in your pocket. next ah, when i was sure seemed wrong. why don't i just don't the room? yes to fill out the scene because the after an engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves, well the part we choose to look for common ground in
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