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the the protesters storm the bbc's old headquarters in london despite the corporation having moved in space. from there almost that decade ago, the demonstrators are under it of the plumb vaccination of children, the broadcasters rule they say in promoting it also ahead, the wife of an alleged us intelligence officer implicated in the death of british motorcyclist. hurry, done faces claim. she may have been on her phone undistracted when our car flowed into him. we hear from the families adviser about the new developments in the u. s . government for trying to shut dr. inquiry down. the other side or b. e bay said to have consistent about producing the phone records from themselves
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. today, mark 60 years since the u. s. first use the agent orange in vietnam, a herbicide, which was proven to call a serious health issues among both locals and the american soldiers. veteran tells us it's time washington, and we really need people to sit down and take a look and say, hey, what is going to do? not only to the civilians populations not only to the enemy, but also to ah, wherever your accounting the news hour from today. welcome to moscow onto our international. my name's uni. anti vaccination protesters in london have clashed with police while trying to storm the old headquarters of the b. b. c. the broadcast remove the vast majority of its operations from the building. 8 years ago,
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the demonstrators are furious about government plans to start inoculating teenagers and the bbc's rule. they allege in promoting it the last week the government denies cobra vaccines would be offered to all 1617 year olds without needing parental consent. it's believe the national health service will soon be instructed to start giving the 1st doses to about $1400000.00 teenagers. something that government say's is necessary in the face of a highly contagious delta straight. meanwhile, the pfizer job has also been authorized for children, age 12 and above, but a decision on whether to rule it out to that younger age group has not yet been taken. ortiz shall be edwards dash g reports from london. and faxing
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protesters on a mission today they're taking the streets of london going from one media outlet to another one right to the b. b. c. television. they were met with about police even offices trying to push out the entrance. so really days protests really started out in the nearby park, but hadn't got this mission in their mind at that point. but they decided to take 2 of these things to try and see a relation to kind of the, because they'd like to the people. basically they, they've been feeding to watch tv to me for the last 15 on pain like lies about the right. everything about it was day, all hiding feet voted in the baby. think journalism is price on the story and i've always heard what we're out to do today. the paid on of the government to put the
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blood of the house on problems as a b, b, c. i was upgraded, security for the wake of freedom day. many people, all i can say all of that to me like that really all trying to come out in full day. they all you, that the, the total why we know that the back row not program is not going to on the make and we're not infringement of a freedom. of course, civil liberties as well. so today and thought about what was to come in the future too. shabby, edwards nash, the we'll police and some of the demonstrators later made it to the bbc current headquarters in london. but left hours later, the broadcaster itself has made no comment as yet there's been a new development in the case of british teenager hurriedly. he was killed 2 years
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ago in the u. k. in a road accident involving the wife of an alleged us intelligence officer. the done families, lawyers say the coolest may have been on the phone when her car plowed into hurries motorcycle the the relevant data her since disappeared. and not the american house been invasive about whether she was on the call at the time of the collision, a spokesperson for the done family sees. they just want accountability. we've been trying to get to the bottom of the phone issue in the us civil case for the last 3 months. and as our lawyers have put it, the other side are be evasive and inconsistent. about producing the phone records and the phone themselves for u. s. government are trying to shut doc inquiry down the civil case and the united states may represent b only chance that this family will get to justice. it's never been about money. they want accountability there and they want to get to the truth in terms of the
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criminal sense. our position has always been, you don't get to kill somebody or walk away our request to mrs or truism. the united states government is that she simply. ready presents herself to the united kingdom justice system and goes through the process. the parents are pursuing every single avenue justice open to them and say cool s. so it's claimed as the wife of a cia officer was driving on the wrong. busy side of the road when the crush occurred, she was charged with causing death by dangerous driving in the u. k. although she's never denied her guilt, she fled back to the u. s. claiming diplomatic immunity. extradition request by the u. k was denied in july, the u. k prime minister raised the issue in a meeting with joe biden, the ladder express sympathy to the family and said the 2 countries were working together on the case later this month. sorry, dunn's parents will come face to face with mister coolest, for the 1st time in a court house in virginia, as a civil claim they have filed is heard that done family spokes person. again,
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phase progress is being made. thanks to continued media coverage. we count many americans amongst us as our friends, we supported these people for decades and diminished. one of their employees killed harry. their reaction was to not stop and think about this family and the consequences that they faced. but they thought about themselves. they recalled her, and the catastrophic miscalculation that they made was that nobody would find out about it. and thanks to your good sales to your colleagues in the media. thank goodness you all came to this family support. this issue is never going to go away until the united states government realizes that there is a broken hearted bereft family here who need help and needs support. we've reached out and all the rest to them numerous times continually get slapped in the face. ready for doing so, they're entitled to accountability and they want justice both in the criminal sense
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and the civil sense. today mark 60 years since the 1st use of agent orange by the us and the tree in vietnam. the highly toxic herbicide and the fully and cause this, the freeing of hundreds of thousands of vietnamese people who have been left with lasting effects from the indiscriminate use of the chemical. a warning you may find the following images disturbing. the sample i about 5000000 people who has a curable of chronic diseases to agent orange homes leads normal life, a fine job. the i was
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a simple soldier in bomb squad. my task was to clear past and demolish things with an area with poison. didn't know it back then we just went on with our lives. we only realized when we started having children that go along the chat game and also when people started having children as a ward, they realized orange pe needs to hear from know how that parents were shocked and finding that high immediately goes with the former american soldiers are also still struggling with their injuries from
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exposure to agent orange, retired u. s. navy commander and lawyer john well spoke to us about the consequences of the chemical attempts of veterans to clean compensation significant portion. we would say, currently we're looking at about a $110000.00 claims have been filed. some of those are the same person, multiple plans for the same person. but it's probable that we're, i would say 706070 percent of those folks. had some problems today, there was a case in what they call the ring per besides. and it was use primarily for d, for the asian edge and orange was so name because there was an orange stripe around the center of the barrel. of the things like agent who had a blue stripe agent paying thanks tribe and so on, so forth. as far as we know,
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agent orange was the worst that some of the others. herbicides had the same chemical component. the i grew chemical giant monson. so is one of the companies under fire. it was a major supplier of agent orange to the u. s. during the vietnam war, despite facing a barrage of legal claims, both it sounded, spurn, company, buyer maintain. they cannot be held responsible for how the military use the product. john wells, again believes more should have been told to prevent the tragedy. i think primarily the v. a system is over bureaucratic and they have difficulty processing them by even now, you know, we've had 2 and a half years since a court decision. they've only processed about 60 percent of the claims that are in file. we really need people to sit down and take a look at it and say, hey, what is this going to do? not only to the civilians populations not only to the enemy, but also to our own troops. if the worlds are united states that learned our lesson,
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and i certainly hope they do because, you know, we wind up spending a lot of time causing a lot more pain and we have to out there or is it easier? it's never easy. but it's, you know, we should do everything we can to minimize the effect on. we don't really know everybody. seeing all too frequent these past number of weeks, relentless devastation being wrought by wildfires. we're showing, you know, here it's continuing and greece drone footage showing how the situation is in the area. almost 60000 hectares have been reduced to ash there, the rapidly spreading fires of force local to flee to safety. thousands have been evacuated with elderly residents carried on to ferries. officials say more help is desperately needed to fight the flames. the e u has mobilized one of its biggest emergency task forces, while greek authorities say the risk of further fires remains high in many regions,
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including in the capital athens. one local to list just how dire things are we've been in this situation for 6 days to far from the nearby village is moving directly toward. the fi is being fanned by the wind. you see the village here from one side to the other and we hear this time with 3 fire fighting vehicles. and this little one that can't do anything. we're trying to get in pain. the fi, fi passes across everything here will be at risk. humans are animal forest, everything will burn. we will die here. we have no way to go with britain's defense secretary has criticized washington's agreement with the taliban on the polite of us forces. thus, despite the u. k itself withdrawing its troops from the region. the disputed de la struck last year names to keep terrorist groups such as out of the country. now
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that seems london has its issues with the parked. the deal was a roofing deal. it is flawed. it saddens me that's a deal picked apart a lot of what had been achieved, and if the dentist on over 20 years will probably be back in 10 or 20 years an extraordinary front. so i didn't hear those going to pull out on conditioning. i'm in the very name of the agreement, signed in every 2020 was design. talk about an agreement between the islamic member to the kindest on which is not recognized by the united states and is known as taliban. i mean, that's an extraordinary thing. negotiate with a group of richard says he doesn't recognize richard indigenous called terrorist organization. nothing was granted demanded of paternal gun, except not to attack us troops as they withdraw. and the u. s. also agreed to release 5000 television prisoners, unilaterally. nato,
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a forces started to paula that taliban has moved to fill the void, as you can see here, owner news wall. the terrorist group that controls most of the country here in red, with the latest flareup in fighting happening in the north and into this particular region. here on the map, that's where the recently sees a sick provincial capital. in less than a week, many experts warn that the telephone may soon recapture the entire country with africa, military forces seemingly powerless to hold back the advance. over the course of 20 years. the war in afghanistan has left 47000 civilians, dead, almost 3000 soldiers from the u. s. and the u. k. alone have lost their lives fighting their for american taxpayers. the war has cost and estimated $1.00 trillion dollars plus, while this figure dollars, what the u. k. has spent 40000000000 professor of international political science.
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a melinda, miss. rob, believe the truth. polite was premature. the resist recommend closing up to members that perhaps got until pull out was be made. you're, you're not, your states didn't think so as to what is going to happen in the event of the troops will out the way you see them sort of taking over dr. villa on up to down city, up to city, and on the latest call we had 4 cabbage fallen to the horses. so just imagine time before the call picks up, but i'm goblin. from nearby 80 is the whole of them. these are pretty much imminent. german politicians have called on the government to reestablish a military presence enough to try and stop the telling them the british tags for the 1st committee had said berlin should make its troops available for another
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operation in the country. he has also urged us not to draw, so is history to repeat itself enough? ghana, not questions debated on our website. r t dot com. so add in the program to cite the political tension on hostilities between the 2. russia has become the 2nd biggest supplier to the nodded. states was striving america to do deals with its main opponents. we reveal morris ah, ah, with
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a lot of rather driven by a dreamer shaped by those in me dares thing. we dare to ask me. ah ah, just approaching 90 minutes past the hour a welcome buck. the us and
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a number of its allies have slopped fresh sanctions on beller is targeting the nation's key industries president by new dub, the european country, a key threat to american national security and foreign policy. breaking down those developments for us kayla martin. then about a year since that contested election in bella ruse, and at this point we have the biden administration flapping new sanctions on the country. the new sanctions will hit air travel fertilizer as well as the financial sector of bela ruth. now, washington accuse is bella rue says, having rigged the previous election despite bella reese's plan, that simply doesn't add up, that the leadership and valor is, is very popular and the results seem to be legitimate. and what's interesting is that when imposing these sanctions, we now have biden's saying that somehow the small country bella roost is a threat to the united states. this is what was said,
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who listed in the breast of activities such as the elimination of political opposition and civil society organizations, and the rates in disruption and endangering up international civil air travel constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security and foreign policy will be united states now, bella cruises thousands and thousands of miles away from the united states, but it is very close to russia, and russia and bella roofs are on the brink of becoming full blown allies. the relations between the countries seem to be moving in that direction. now we have a situation where the u. s. has accused lucas shank of violently quelling protests that happened after last year's contested election. now the ruse has come forward and said this was a coup attempt. this was an attempt to overthrow the government by violence. they were protesters who were violently attacking police officers. it was necessary to take action to stabilize the country. we also have the states raising the issue of
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air travel on the fact that there was a plane that was brought down and according to bela bruises authorities, this was done because of a very credible threat of a bomb. now we have also the bel ruth olympic committee that has been called out by the united states. they've called out the bell roost elliptic committee involving there was a track and field athlete some controversy. but repeatedly the athlete who is at the center of that controversy has said their gripes are not political, but related to athletics out of the athlete is upset about decisions that was made by their coach. so regardless, we now at this point, understand that back in july, the leader of bella bruce's opposition met with joe biden and presented the u. s. president with a list of potential targets for sanctions. now those sanctions have been handed down. now earlier today, sanctions were imposed by london as well. and we had quite a reaction from the bell. russian leader, alexander lucas, shank, britain. good. god,
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go check on those sanctions. for 1000 years we haven't known britain, and we don't really want to see what you are americans. yes, men. now a number of countries around the world are the target of us sanctions. obama administration escalated the sanctions on a number of countries. new sanctions were imposed under donald trump as well. and it seems like the bye didn't ministration has now come forward and more sanctions are being imposed on della ruth. while the usa continues to demonize, the leader of bella, ruth alexander lucas shank. of another story to go through this news are and it is an intriguing one, america's proving to have a growing up a tight for russian oil. it's no 2nd only to canada when it comes to supplies of the fuel to the u. s. imports of crude, unrefined petroleum products from russia grew 29 percent in may, amounting to more than 800000 barrels per day. mexico is 3rd after canada and russia, although it comes for less than 3 percent of us importance. so america has been
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buying more russian oil despite tensions with moscow in the energy sector. indeed, washington regards russia's huge north stream to gas pipeline project. the threats to european energy security in july, germany and the u. s. reach the deal under which berlin will take action if moscow tries to use the pipeline to apply political pressure or commit aggressive acts against ukraine to what it only has of it's almost completely microsoft now, what i found, if we got to ultimately it's in contradiction to the use own energy security goals. i'm sure i'll have an opportunity to reiterate that including the long united states, which requires us to sanction companies participating in the efforts to complete
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the pipeline on political commented or alas under bruno had an interesting chat with the program earlier he's of the view, the u. s is dependent on countries with which it has the political tension. currently, washington may dislike all those things, but i think it dislikes high gasoline prices even more. and right now, thanks to russia's strategic position, pricing position, because russia is not a member of opec. it's independent so it can choose its own range of price within various agreements. it has the most competitive pricing, a lot of titanium, which is used in making aircraft parts and which means defense equipment comes from russia as well. not to mention the fact that critical materials, like rare earth mostly come from china. so in terms of resources,
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the united states is highly dependent on countries with which it has deep political tensions. and of course the, the situation of its own making because by applying sanction, left, right, and center, it's forced to sometimes contradict itself about is it for no, from the, and used to use here in moscow. but scotty know it's back on our screens and moments with the latest news views. hughes, so don't go too far goodbye from a foreigner. the the what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy foundation.
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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 critical of time. time to sit down and talk you know, when you go to a 6 day marathon of creativity and multicultural festival, and the biggest variety is the competition for a few days. palm became a russian cultural capital. 28 categories. ahh from the violinist piano to the parenting and data protection night years just throwing up over water. sure. you
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know if you could get some, is there a way for them to be here? they filter when read in or context the delta games only take the very best of the best buy, i understand. and then you need to talk to someone who actually could can be done. but even when i'm in a position
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where you may need what's going on for me, which mobile phone, when you think about what it was which day join me. but it was easy. i got to know how to choose. you can put up with me going to be as long food. one me to tell you the other hand that why would you need that? is that quote the the the the, the, the the,
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the, the the city all over the world are reintroducing a co would restrictions and pushing vaccine mandates as a delta, various sweeps the globe whether vaccinated or not. now we're seeing shocking footage out of the u. k. whereas london protesters angry over vaccine mandates for children without parental consent, storm the front doorsteps of a national tv network. we're going to bring you the latest details. it's a win from republicans and it's a win for biden. it's a win for democrats as a win for the senate to say we can work together that we've been able to overcome
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partisan differences to do something this right for america can. and it's also right for the d. c lobby as to stand to reap more than $426000000.00 from the bill. we're going to give you the $360.00 view of the infrastructure bill . and why this is just the appetizer to a $3.00 trillion dollar main course. soon to be served to the american taxpayer. meanwhile, a tragic story out of chicago, where a nother police officer has lost their life in an ambush. this time a young mother. where is the outrage at the loss of her life and the celebrities covering the cost of her final arrangements? not surprise, they are silent. but what is surprising is who the mayor is blaming for the debt of officer ela, french. and finally tonight, jeter invite the president obama birthday.


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