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i said basil makes dreams come true that every one who falls in love with people like let me go pet lies with it's our live on our ti. the prime minister of molly accuses french forces of training terrorist groups in the north of the country, with their arms groups trained by french offices. we have evidence of dodge, and this is the situation we are currently witnessing molly, and we don't understand it, and we can't tolerated you at all. make those demand sanctions on russia is no stream to gas pipeline. blaming moscow for a price search on europe's gas market, us despite the market retreating from an old time record after putin's pledge to boot supplies. and the world health organization says it's close to approving
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rushes of sputnik b cobra shot. but it getting the vaccine certificates recognized internationally is proving difficult. something experienced 1st hand by a german member of parliament. hungarian who got 2 shots of these putney b vaccine can sit in a restaurant in berlin. i also 40 vaccinated with sputnik v. i'm not allowed to end this restaurant. ah, it at noon on saturday here in the russian capital and a very warm welcome to you. a busy program here in our t international welcome to to molly has accused french forces of training extremist group submitted deepening feud between the 2 countries. a 16 soldiers were ambushed and killed by terrorists in northern marley on tuesday. and the prime minister has pointed the finger at paris, accusing it of deceit, as se,
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the molly government still doesn't control the region of key doll their arms groups trained by french offices. we have evidence of that. in our language, there is a phrase if you sit for a needle in your room, but the person also looking for it's a standing on it, you'll never find it. and this is the situation we are currently witnessing molly and we don't understand it and we can't tolerate it. french troops have been in marley since early 20. 13 fighting is the most militants, but more than 8 years into the intervention. the security crisis has only worsened with new terrorist factions emerging. now she, hardy attacks continue to devastate the sa hello region of north africa, and with a growing backlash against the french presence. emanuel micron has agree to pull most of the troops out. the last week the french president slammed the molly and government saying it has 0 credibility after 2 military. coups. meanwhile marley's prime minister has accused france of abandoning his country. if they lose w. firstly,
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the terrorist came from libya and who destroyed the libyan state. it was france and his allies. those terrorists came from abroad and then they expanded. secondly, when the malia government asked france for help in 2013, the authorities only wanted air support and intelligence, but no troops on the ground. france complied with that request in a few areas. but when they reached kito, they blocked the molly military from entering, creating an enclave. and what happened next? in order to establish new governments, the french contacts, members of answer i deemed, an organisation considered to be an international terrorist group by the u. s. is the molly wing of al qaeda and they also contacted the leaders of the so called national movement of as of other freedom. harris said it would help them divide molly and give them their own state as of as freedom were exiled by the molly in people because they were angry at them. they hid in burkina faso. the moral image was in tatters because they were plotting with terrorists, and they went to political power as they were a minority, even among the tory population. they went to military power because they had been
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exiled. france took them for bacchanal, faso, and brought them to key doth, in doing so, france united, the national movement for as about freedom with a number of groups considered to be terrorists to create a group they call the coordination of as about movements and france gave kit al, to this organization, we heard from tom hobb, the co chair of the american mid east coalition for democracy. he thinks african nations need to handle their own security. the french intervention, however, has only made matters worse. wouldn't friends drain some low cost because this is a rivalry region, may be perhaps, drain and some segment of the tribe. i think the relation is going to be re a and more probable for and for the mildly people than anybody. all i know different would protect their country, but big also keep an eye on these nations because we don't want to look at them in
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2014, in northern africa and in the middle east, where ice is spread out through the region. the african nation, they need to create a force eventually to put an end and to, to, to oppress these organizations. because they are real one in their own country before they don't want anybody else. politicians in the united states are seizing on europe's energy crisis to demand sanctions against russia is no stream gas pipeline. some lawmakers are blaming moscow for a record price search. and thus, despite market chaos, easing off the putins page to boost supplies that says shed some light on this with correspondent donald cord. the call for sanctions can once again be heard in the us capital with fingers pointing at, you guessed it, russia. us congressman michael mccaul. says moscow's up to some malign activity,
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trying to weaponized the nord stream to gas pipeline, president biden and chancellor merkel committed to taking action. should russia attempt to use energy as a weapon? yet both of tend to blind eye to the person regimes, deliberate efforts to pressure europe into accelerating the russian node stream to pipelines, certification process by manipulating europe's gas markets, and leveraging a severe energy crisis on the continent. us politicians have long been accusing russia of trying to hold europe's feet to the fire by trying to drive up the price of natural gas and gain support for the completion of nord stream to. but mccaul statement came just 2 days after russian president vladimir putin promised to boost europe's natural gas supplies. that caused a price decrease of over 20 percent. the opposite of some evil plan for a price hike and german chancellor angler merkel even said it herself. russia doesn't have anything to do with these outrageous gas prices to fog. it is a gift. this. if you ask me whether there have been orders that russia has taken
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and then fail to fulfill as it stands now, that is not the case. various, there are no orders that frush has said, no, we will not deliver those to you and we are not pumping gas through the ukrainian pipeline. rather russia can only fulfill orders that have been contract it out. so the question is really, isn't being ordered. as for russia, foreign minister survey laugh rob said the u. s. is trying to turn europe against moscow. so your list of 30 of them will go to still, the us openly say that cooperation with russia is contrary to europe's energy security interests. they want to directly embroiled in this area and reduce our independence. europe's future could look pretty bleak without russian gas. so why would washington treat its friends like this? the pipeline has been completed and it's, it's to the situation now is about approval on the you is in this cool situation when the pressure is going to be maybe not immediately, but the pressure is going to be, it's essentially got this over the line. if with 2 months from now we're in the midst of a cold winter,
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then pressure is going to ramp up and i don't think sanctions is going to ultimately get in the way of out at any rate. winter is approaching. there's not enough warmth to go around, and gas prices have been getting heated. ah ah. to make matters worse, this energy crisis is in danger of becoming a food crisis in the netherlands. energy shortages are forcing green houses to go dark and cold. the result is that they're also empty and producers don't know when
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they'll be able to start planting again. this a drastic measures that reduce production and yield and have major economic consequences for the companies. we cannot rule out what the consumers will also pay more for the vegetables, flowers, and plants. according to the food and agriculture organization, the price of food rose over 32 percent from its annual average and september. then in the u. k. the threat of a food crisis is even higher. a different shortage of transport drivers is forcing farmers to dump fresh milk by the 10s of thousands of leaders. so with cold weather round the corner and russia are ready to supply gas to europe, maybe it's time for washington to start cooperating instead of sanctioning about 7 years ago. that could he and more supply today your market wire pipeline that was never billed them. he's house for in south stream, but prevented from being constructed in the summer 2014. and
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so now it seems as if all the ice, all the criticism available is simply directed against the most stream. and it simply doesn't make sense to the real matches taken in terms of making a guess as much as the way level as the contracts. and now when we speak of an a t weapon, a lot of people, even though those who have been a born here, then 73 will always think of all what, for instance, affect the arab countries to stay in the night. in seventy's, we had to separate instances non supply and non exploit of all this what we can call it, in like an, an a to weapon. if you want to use that natasha. but in the current context of the many contracts, long term delivery castillo contracts that exist between the russian federation. and there he is. you can present beyond that. it simply doesn't make sense to use
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it. oh, i'd like now come back to william craw a member of a european parliament for the alternative germany party a good afternoon to you. so thank you so much for joining us here with archie ross national today. it's great to have you with us. so there are calls and you probably heard in the report in america now a politicians in washington according for more sanctions, yet again, against russia or nord stream to gas pipeline. do you think that's a wise move, considering it's an energy crisis right now? in effect, in europe. we are outside of everything you can call this them. so in america, coffee is democrats or republicans obsessed with a new cold war. a want to go to cold war against russia and china. and so we are locked in a, in a stage where we can address rational arguments. on the one hand, we have to greens in europe who indeed believe we only need more solar winds, even if it's not windy. on the other hand, we have
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a cold war mentality in washington dc. and the consumers and the rational politicians here in brussels and strossberg, we are in between that try to address rational arguments, but it's getting hot and holler. now, the rushes for a minister says that washington is trying to turn the e u against russia. if indeed, that is the case, what would it be hoping to a tree achieve? why would it try and drive a wedge between europe and russia? do you think the united states realize that we are in the changing world and the world becomes good? pull our, we have different news centers of world and the strategic game of the united states to pre when europe, from becoming an open po. so europe should become just a minor part of the united states and the united states shall remain the early bird of superpower. and if the western europe and russia become into
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a partnership over economic change over energy supply, then europe gets new opportunities and a new world. europe is love any longer, completely dependent to the united states. so the america united america playing dia, politics to preserve their global leadership role as the only superpower. and they don't care about consumer prices and energy security. in europe, they care on their ah power. and that's the game giant. and so they, they are supporting the warranty ukraine they are attacking. and then she surprised russia. it's one strategy. and what we see is, is a part of that strategy let. so let's, let's talk more about this gas issue and what, what is going to a bit of a gas argument really. so no stream to the, the latest russian gas pipeline going directly from russia under the baltic into
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germany. it's basically completed now and they've just started putting gas just in the 1st section of his pipeline now. so it's not going to get to europe for a while. but there are numerous rash, russian gas pipelines that feed europe from the north, from the east, from the south as well. does it, you know, after all these years of anti russia rhetoric, i wonder if i rhetoric going to get louder, or is it going to lesson? because some are saying with all this, russian gas providing 50 percent of europe security needs and energy needs. it puts putin in a position of strength. what do you say about that? i, my argument usually is that if we have the ties to russia, then of course we create some dependencies to russia. but dos dependencies bring us independence on the other side from united states of america. so you create independence by having alternatives. and europe usually had
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a turn of my guess from russia, by liquid guess on the u. s. by all it could it had his own own oil. i co, a power plant. no. all of this thing. we just have shut down. cool, and totally plants. so guess is the only reliable energy source which remains. that means 1st of all, those who are the most critical to both russia have increase our dependency from get back. on the other hand, if we look now to rest job 1st, this dependency is not crucial or it should not be crucial. and 2nd, even the soviet union was a stable liver row of western european energy. so we have experiences with being dependent from rational energy exports and boost experience that are completely very good. but so how was it different now?
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how is it different now mr. crime? as you say, the soviet union was a reliable partner in sending gas into your for basically for roughly half a century, there was no problem with russian gas. all of a sudden, right now, russian gas, bad because of geopolitics. there was never a risk. the western europe could side with the soviet union in global politics, but it is a real opportunity to side russia in future global politics. so america wants to keep from europe as is, as it's junior partner, without any own political, a possibility to have its own, rural ended in the future world. and that is to change. the soviet union was unattractive in every saying except guess russia is attractive in many
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aspects. and that is why we have now and even a hot cold war against russia. then we have seen the soviet union back in the seventy's and eighty's maximilian crowd may pay for the alternative germany potty joining us live on this saturday program on naughty. really appreciate it. thank you for your time. very much. i will rushers. sputnik v coke vaccine is close to being approved by the world health organization. a spokesperson for the organization made that announcement on friday. but getting a sputnik certificates recognized internationally as proving to be an uphill struggle. in germany, a lawmaker from the left part, he is finding a lawsuit off, a local authorities failed to accept his foot nick v certificate id to them. it says it means people like him won't have the same free movement. rice as other vaccinated citizen. and it is in stark contrast to hungary, which is treating all vaccines as the say. we had a chance to speak the d to dental. i got
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a hungarian who got 2 shots of these putney vaccine can sit in a restaurant in berlin. i also fourty vaccinated woods pudding v. i'm not allowed to enter this restaurant. why? because of european legislation and a you panama ruling to be exact. that if a vaccine is approved in a citizen state, this person can move freely around the u territory. and i think even a child can understand that it contradicts the principle of equality as a german citizen. i don't have the same rights, but visiting a restaurant as a citizen of a country where sputnik v is approved. this is one of the economic was of the german oligarchy against russia. we have had to deal with indifferent films for already more than a century. now, i don't always agree with russia, but how russia is being treated, how the intelligence services use every opportunity to create destabilization in russia. it takes me off. this is how i feel to come here on the program on our tea cove. it might be a disaster globally,
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but it certainly put some big pharmaceutical bosses right up on the forbes richest list will be back in just a moment with those details. what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy, even foundation, let it be in arms. race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successfully, very critical time. time to sit down and talk now and the 21st century. we have a, a panic buying spree and commodities, commodities. i've had a new all time high, higher than 20 love higher than at any time in history. and yet what's lagging
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horribly, gold and silver. this commodities boom is being spurred really by oil. oil is to really the new gold is the global goal is to global currencies. the federal dollars been with us since 1971. when the u. s. went from gold to oil, to back its currency. and so j girl, the fear alive today, he would be cornering the oil market to try to spur a commodities panic. trying to get offload is week. oh, 12 20 pm here in the russian capital. often, both in a decade of preparation, $86.00 generation russian combat drone is now undergoing the final touches. admittedly very little is known about the s 70 hunter self aircraft. but eighty's uti i shop of oliver, got the unique opportunity to meet the machine up close,
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a strong, stealthy, and slake and a 70 b one, prototype of the news, unmanned aerial vehicle of the a hot nico hunter program created. and they see who it is. i bureau is undergoing ground tests. they're 70. i heard nick a 100 her and made is made in 20 minutes like back in august 2019. but it became even more famous when he had been good 3 faces and enjoy life with enough to the minute. generations of him to $75.00 to as a lead time to get to know each other. because let's take a look at the giant dimensions. mm. the length of this as 70 b. one. prototype is 14 meters. the height is 3 meters. 30 centimeters. the wingspan is 19 meters. the being area is 110 square meters, according to publicly available information in the future must produce drones of this program will be even bigger. officially the as 70 of the honda program is
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a comb, but unmanned aerial vehicle designed to perform a wide range of missions. it will be produced using self technology. daytona performance such as weight, speed, range, flight duration, payload, math armament, range, or so the ceiling rules. treaty classified, but there are still some hints so fast as it has a jet engine, meaning it can provide as speeded delivery. i would have a car is if he age, it swings upon is bigger than that of the food chain ratings. if, if to 7, said you to a sinus, able to lift an impressive payload of munitions and more importantly, the pre use regular evasion weapons designed for the rest of combat aircraft. in contrast to other drivers, smalling signs made of lightweight compet materials require munition especially produce thought, but otherwise they would phone a pot in the air when launching convention bows on missiles. taking beef information into account, we can accurately assume that base machine is hardly intended for localized caches,
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but rather for a serious armed confrontation. the closest thing to the honda is its older brother, the 5th generation fight. as the 57, the as seventy's powered by one after about a turbo jet engine, rather than the to you on the super to 7 the to france cameras of the true and savage, the eyes of the operate to pilot, who controls it remotely from a ground control point, currently there is manual control here, but in the future it will be abolished and, and man's aircraft will fly and perform tasks entirely in automatic mode. at the moment the crew include 3 people, a pilot operator, a navigator pereta, and the communications operator, or the crew exploring assume this complex provides everything necessary for these aircraft to fly and performance tasks and everything else. so when does the control of all aircraft systems control? of his position in the air from control of its trajectory, control of all logical connections. to enable the honda to call for the pastime,
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all of its systems was fast installed and tested on this if, if to 7 aircraft inside. this is the as 70 hunter, but it is obviously mind for safety reasons. warsaw, the advantages of the s 70. the developers say that all existing combat trends have a short range. in contrast, the range of the as 70 hunter will be much larger. and of course, the advantage will bates intelligence size and payload capacity. even though the thanks to its size, it has the combat capabilities which in the future will be used by our armed forces . u. a visa, the a hot nick project are produced at an aircraft plants, a nova. sippy is currently a construction of another. as 70 prototype, it's taking place here. it will receive a slightly updated design and will differ from the b one sample both in size and partly in internal content. several more prototypes ought to be crated before the machine is put into mass production. and we'll certainly keep you updated when this happens. you lash above all of our asi godaddy with us to day. now,
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while millions worldwide have lost their livelihood. since the start of the pandemic times have never been better for the big pharmaceutical industry. the main shareholders of madonna, for example, one of the leading producers of cove at vaccines are now on the forbes rich list. one of them is timothy springer, an early investor in the us from his fortune has shot up to nearly $6000000000.00. our next we have moved out on this chairman and co found on new bought a fire and worth 5000000000 board member, robert langon not fall behind in 200 and 22nd place. now none of these 3 were in the top 400 before this year. now the staggering wealth of u. s. pharmaceutical bosses has prompted some key questions in the media. firstly, whether global calls for coven booster shots, off financially driven. secondly, why corporations are raking in the profits from taxpayer funded research. and thirdly, why they're refusing to share that life saving,
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know how would the rest of the world. these points are being widely raised online? of course, the company made money of the vaccine, but the years g greatly helped fund the final product. and no one should have become the richest american during a global pandemic. come on. even though modern as founders made the forbes for hundreds, richest least pharma companies are refusing to share the vaccines with the world immoral. how about a list of names of people who have died of cove? it because they couldn't access a vaccine? in part because of madonna's reluctance to share its vaccine technology to help increase supplies or are we are society, the only values billionaires cove, it is the best thing that ever happened to them. no wonder they want to keep it going with unnecessary boosters and more vaccines next year. or we heard from our global health policy expert, dr. moga come al jani. she thinks the scale of big pharma profits during the pandemic and nothing short of scandalous. then i never made anything that way. you
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know, it doesn't have any doubts in pharmacies. and the reason that that it 19 vaccine same was by on deck. and they just made billions, basically, at the moment we are not bound. there me why it us 10, we date to be stronger. why not? if you don't have crowns that got on back. see, and pharmaceutical companies can make, you know, other them vaccines and make billions of dollars. so it seems like a bunch of companies on that general make billions of dollars and the rest of the world was i still don't suffer in that corner. dex. nobody said no profit, but to have this up seen property while that it was people's lives. shafter is not just a warrant, it's insane. thanks for joining us here for the saturday program life from moscow. this is our t international. appreciate your time. we are back in half an hour with more of
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passing the road to the american dream, paved with dead refugees at this very idealized image of our america, native americans look past the deaths that happen every single day. this is a modern history of the usa, my america on our t ah, [000:00:00;00] with this is when bad boy visits are you can't afford to mess. i'm ready to a woman and i bridge a board watch, i think coming up with the ongoing energy crisis had. so fiercely united states the nation can soon faced the same fate straight ahead. we bring you expert insight


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