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ah, smell of breath. this ours headline stories with patience all ready for stick queue for hours to get into hospitals in the u. k. paramedics, warren, of an utterly unprecedented crisis facing the ambulance service that says the army put on standby to help cope with the winter rush. we hear from a doctor on the problem. around 5700000 people on waiting lists with which it se complicated to get worse before it gets better. several protesters are reportedly shots and kills and more than a 100 injured violence or ups on the streets of sudan for a military takeover reduces the country to chaos and
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fueling disputes. europe's gas crisis sees more riffs, emerged within the ear, just ahead of an emergency energy meeting about how to prevent future shop. ah, wherever you are counting the program from today. welcome to moscow on to the news, our an r t good to help you with this i'm in the morning or top story you k, paramedics, have raised fears, have what they have labeled and utterly unprecedented crisis facing the ambulance service. they claim the pressures of the winter season could prove insurmountable unless the coven panoramic is brought under control. there are absolutely situations where people are promoting many, many hours, both to get into the hospital. and then once they've been in the hospital waiting
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to see a doctor, cause it has a detrimental effect on anybody who's waiting for hours either. and so sticking and emergency departments and nobody working in those services wants to see that happens. but there is a huge amount of pressure on the chest at the moment. don balances are being forced to stay in queues laughing hours outside hospitals. they wait for their patients to be admitted. let's look here in our news was a number of medics have taken 2 social media to post pictures of the current situation. one part of medic was demanding urgent action after showing 25 ambulance cruise waiting to enter an emergency department. now being it's not even winter while earlier this month, a patient died after waiting more than 5 hours in the back of an ambulance. we are right on the edge and it is the middle of october. it would require an incredible amount of luck for us not to find ourselves in the midst of a profound crisis. over the next 3 months,
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the u. k. government has put the country on something akin to a war footing to deal with the crisis. troops helping train to drive on valences some 4th callers and all of them are in standby to help the n h. s. cope with the winter season earlier at the defense secretary said, soldiers are also ready to assist with administering vaccines, testing for cobit and other general support in hospitals. indeed, new daily covey cases in the u. k skyrocketed in july. here on have remained. as you can see here, hi, ever since doctors fears those numbers combined with the winter flu season could overwhelm the health system. and the chest chiefs also want the prime minister to implement the more stringent plan b for winter, which includes vaccine passports, and compulsory faced math. so far, the government's resisting to move much to the disappointment of some on the front
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line. there are other things that the government could couldn't could be doing. and yes, there should be absolutely seriously considering mr. this point in time before things go too far. hospital i work in has been on what we call black lab, which means that the beds are absolutely full of patients for a number of weeks now and we are not coming across the whole system. many hospitals are very full with patients and we know that hospitals actually been at the most efficient if not absolutely pull up with patients. and it does mean that it knock on effects on those patients who are waiting for urgent surgery who require in particular intensive care beds or high dependency care on not being processed or not being cared for in a timely way. and we know that is the case. there are 5700000 people on waiting lists within the n h s president, which is probably going to get worse before it gets better. a military take over the rest of political leaders on the state of emergency. all
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combining to enrage protectors ensued dunn, who have set the capital on fire. chaotic scenes helping a rumbling in the north african country for now. well, more than 24 hours, there's been widespread international condemnation of the power grub with the u. s . suspending its financial aid to the country, 7 people were reportedly shot dead and at least 140 injured as a result of violent clashes between protesters and the army. ah ah, with
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things now are somewhat of an impasse, a violence impulse that is people in the streets they, they're staying out there eating protest, budding cars, blocking food by, by laying rock, see the uprooted roads, brick rules, the cross roads in the capital have too many people now injured, some even killed and what they demand is that the military stay out of civilian business. they demand the release of all the ministers, this opinion leaders that have been arrested by the military. over the past 2 days, the military says that these power sharing agreement between this transitional agreement, between the military and civilian leaders, it hasn't worked. and they have recently been backed by other people also civilians
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who say that things were better under the dictates the autocrat. omar bashir, who ruled the country for 3 decades of who was deposed by public protest in 2019, we've seen reaction poor in internationally. the united states has said that $700000000.00 and financing assistance for the country has been suspended frozen for now. pending the, the actions of the military, they want them to release all the civilian leaders that they've arrested. they've also condemned it and said that they had no warding, that the school was in the works to be clear. and we were not given any heads up about this, there is no m a u. s. military footprint on the ground in sudan. there's no training. it's not like there's disrupted some sort of training partnership relationship there. there's note there when i have a u. s. military presence on the ground to those ends, condemnation of those support them from, from the european union,
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various countries that make it up or to the arab league. the african union varies some talk that perhaps this could spiral into we're into a civil war. obviously, we must understand the reality is that the, the military with, with all its guns has a big advantage. they could very well use violence to reach their aim, to restore stability. but it must also be understood that there are many people who are sick of the military who was sick of all the the autocratic rule that has been imposed on them for so many decades of whom desperately want to transition to democracy. even with all the trouble that brings it, we have seen economic collapse over the last few years in sudan, the currency collapse, the, the heights in prices for fuel power, food, and other commodities for now. communication with people inside sedan. these somewhat difficult because the military has gotten restricted telephone and into that network. but one refugee from sedan that we've spoken to says this latest
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military takeover boots ill for his country. 1 and here it was a surprise for us. we didn't expect that he would come to this because all the sudanese people expected sedans to move in the right direction towards democracy. the entire nation had such high hopes for the military always imposes its power on the people. we were shocked by the news that the prime minister, senior ministers in the sovereignty council and other important officials had been arrested. we received some messages from our brothers, despite the internet and other communications having been cut. the disagreements between the military and civil officials is very important because the glorious december revolution dethroned the old regime and helped to create the new government. we were counting on the new governments to create a civil state. yet another rift is taking shape in the european union. after 9 member states, including germany said on monday they would not support reform of the blocks
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electricity market. the dispute comes as an emergency meetings underway in the simberg, where you ministers are attempting to find a way to prevent energy calls from surging again in the future. as the price spikes have global drivers, we should be very careful before interfering in the design of internal energy markets. this will not be a remedy to mitigate the current price in energy prices linked to fossil fuels markets. the 9 countries say they're against robert co reforms. instead they support a foster renewable role arts integration of you, electricity markets. and that's not the only hurdle facing block members. the you have to use nuclear energy to ensure its energy independence. that was the later statement by this lavinia infrastructure administer, who's touring today's emergency energy meeting. however, for re issue has previously spar deep divisions with some states hesitant as to
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whether it is actually the best route to go down and picking up the story for his r t charlatans. game the energy crisis combined with you countries trying to meet colbin neutrality targets, bodes well for francis favorite form of power nuclear in brussels. the commission president hit the red button. we need a stable source, nuclear. and during the transition, of course, natural gas, and this is why, as we've already stated as a commission in april, we will come forward with our taxonomy proposal. member states have been bitterly divided over nuclear power. the commission chief herself previously branded it as dangerous. and the likes of austria, germany in spain, all vocal opponents. we were disconcerted to learn that in the opinion of the joint
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research center, there were no indication that the high risk technology that is nuclear power is more damaging to human health and to the environment than other forms of energy generation, such as wind and solar energy nuclear power, however, is a high risk technology in germany. people are concerned by the european commissions change of hot galvan. if i don't believe in nuclear power, it has been proven to be the most dangerous and expensive form of energy production at home graft nuclear power is actually not the best for the future. now their energy sources should come 1st to in block in long term, we should move away from both fossil fuels, a nuclear energy towards natural sustainably generated power. harry, frog's nuclear power is far better received. president mack on has just unveiled plans to build new nuclear plants 6 by the end of next year. he's one of several e leaders that have been pushing the idea that nuclear is
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a green investment. the country's grid operate to r t e also insist that nuclear is essential to the energy portfolio. building new nuclear reactors is economically viable, especially as it makes it possible to maintain a fleet of around 40 gigawatts in 2050. but that is not an argument that's accepted by environmental organizations. nuclear power is incredibly expensive, hazardous and slow to built. building new nuclear reactors won't happen overnight in the you. meaning that this won't be a source of power to draw from as the energy crisis bite. this winter and also possibly into next year. what you're really needs is a solution right now, and yet it's resisting the answer that many think is obvious. ask a neighbor for help. in this scenario, that's russia, which has plenty of gas to pump over. during this pinch, some
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e leaders know which way the wind is blowing and of even asked the commission to rethink its freeze on russia. forget about ever becoming independent from russia. these will never happen. there's also concern that this shift towards nuclear power being a form of green energy is the result of powerful lobbyists and as desperate as the e. u seems to want to forego any relationship with russia over gas. shipping to nuclear won't change the need for that relationship with moscow. not only do some elements, so the essential for nuclear vision come from russia. the country has also been helping france to process its nuclear waste. whichever way you look at it, the e. u and its energy needs look sec to remain tight. you linked to moscow? charlotte d britsky r t paris just approaching a quarter past 11 a. m this tuesday morning in moscow still had an rti funds on the tweets us
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republican congressman. yes, is a current suspended after calling the nations 1st transgender for storage general? a much more in touch with. aah! join me every thursday on the alex salmon. sure. i'll be speaking to guess from the world politics. sport. business. i'm sure business. i'll see you then. mm. oh, is your media a reflection of reality in the world transformed what will make you feel safer?
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high selection. hopefully unity. are you going the right way? where are you being led somewhere? which direction? what is true was his way in the world corrupted. you need to descend. ah, so join us in the depths will remain in the shallows. ah, ah, logan a u. s. republican congressman has accused twitter of censorship after his official account was suspended and happened after he called the nations 1st transgender, 4 star general rachel levine among twitter said jim banks. i can't violated it's hateful conduct policy. the tweet was later it deleted back in 2018,
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the tech giant damp, dated it's policy on prohibited content rules to include miss jen dring, transgender individuals. congressman banks has lush tied up the suspension saying that calling someone who was born and lived does a man for over 50 years. the 1st female for star officer. it's an insult to women. my tweet was a statement of fact, big tech doesn't have to agree with me, but they shouldn't be able to cancel me if they silence me. they will silence you. it's not the 1st time of course, twitter strawn ayer for suspending high profile politicians. the most high profile case being when former us president donald trump's account was permanently blocked in the wake of the capitol hill on rest. the company then cited quote, the risk of further incitement of violence. journalist committed chadwick were a believe social networks are actively shutting down, open discussion. well, when it comes to big tech, and especially twitter,
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transgender ism is the 3rd rating. everyone sorta knows that is the most touchy topic you can possibly comment on. and the one that probably get the most people to spend it, to be honest. and what peter said was that. 3 the congressman suite violated their, their policy again for conduct and harassment. then targeting an individual because of their certain protected class being, you know, race, gender, gender identity, sexuality, what have you, we can't expect big tact, facebook, twitter, any of those things to ever be on, refused to ever be on the side of truth of dialogue, open discussion and it's that just upgraded and it's sad because they do that is where public discussion takes place and they control the narratives and they decide to be heard and what not to be heard or seen. ready i mean, twitter been alluded to suspend a sitting president donald trump, the president united states. they kicked off the lot more. well, they are doing it to anyone. they have everyone there will continue to do it to
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everyone. joe biden seemed no file of waltz when he 1st took over the u. s. presidency immediately halting construction on his predecessors. infamous border fence with mexico, but it appears closer to home. it's a different picture with a new security perimeter going up around his beach house. in delaware. it is costing taxpayers more than $450000.00. construction began in september. now i missed you to be completed by the end of the year. biden's facing backlash for funding it from his security budget, while contracts for trump border wall were cancelled or spoke to people living in the very heart of the border crisis in texas about the issue. because rather ridiculous. to be honest with you. i mean, once do a little bit of securing what we all live in here, united states, instead of worrying about your personal property, kind of
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a coward move and my personal opinion is more about himself than the american building. because he does still threaten people that live at were held up there. they don't feel the same. you're really not why you're calling about yourself. that's the kind of contradictory to the way his policies are inactive down on the border. so there's no wall down there. it is interesting that to take responsibility for our country, it uses different approach. protecting his home to home country was joe biden handling of the situation on the us. mexico border has been the focus of frequent criticism since his inauguration was to 1700000 migrants i've been detained off the border with mexico this year. it's the largest number of illegal border crossings recorded since 1961. despite the escalating humanitarian
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crisis under his tenure biden has yet to see the situation. first time, the president acknowledged he should visit the boarder, but said he hasn't had time. so for candidate for new york state governor derek gibson leaves the american leaders, new beach spence smacks of hypocrisies. i just against morality and everything. but i take the money from the state department, department of homeland security and build a wall around the beach shown and leave america. want to protect all the laws that us and just take that money, build a wall around, get home for him. so we need to check the stuff that the most states population on like the nice me before that. so me a to me and support me in, but it's not at the agenda that's pushing, you know, it's,
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it's very popular in america and he's afraid that we get property tax. so awesome this we've been a while to keep it's very helpful critical because he's been pushing off know board a while on the board that in and better want to spend tax some money to put a board a wall around your beach. but that's very good about it. look, i have a little brain can see that and, and think the same as hey, let's keep focus on the u. s. price searches there show no sign of using any thompson. the secretary of the treasury has said inflation rates are likely to remain at near decade high on till at least the 2nd half of next year. to give you an idea of just how that is actually hitting people affecting their pockets. the prices of at used cars, the stakes you have for dinner. they've shown up more than 20 percent. if you want eggs indeed to go with the hosting,
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you're gonna have to pay 13 percent more for them compared to beginning of the year . furniture bedding up over 10 percent as well. us officials say the inflation rate is way above forecast the comma charge to the economy has cause disruptions that we will be working through over the next year. and of course, americans haven't seen inflation like we have experience in a long time. and it's not just the us that's been hit hard. the chief economist for the international monetary fund warned the inflationary pressures around the globe will remain at least until the middle of 2022, thus due in part to disruption to supply change during the pandemic. and in the u. k, it's the person who appeared to be the hardest hit, the opposition labor party claim those less well off are paying up to 50 percent more on energy bills compared to wealthier families. mac skies are most of the country report on r. t believes the money printing policies of the u. s. and
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u. k. are only adding fuel to the fire. the u. s. is similar to these other countries and that they're all coordinating their central bank policies, and they are all living in this dream world where you can print money forever and have no consequences. when you print trillions and trillions of dollars, it ends up increasing prices. the purchasing power of the money is going to decrease, so everything will cost more if you're using fee money. this is an experiment that goes back to 1971 when the world went on. if the money standard, and now for 40 years, we've been living in this experiment. and now in 2020 wanted the experiment is blowing up on our faces. purchasing power for fee money is going down. that means that prices for stop are going to go up. and now people are getting hurt by it. so now the money printing is just going directly into the c p i, it's going directly into price increases. and once the inflation genie is out of the bottle, there's no way to put it back in expectations are running high. so this is the
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beginning of a secular inflationary move. the only way to stop it is to raise interest rate down ross, or they're actually raising interest rates. they're doing the right thing. but in the united states, in great britain, they're not raising interest rates. as a matter of fact, they believe that the way to fight this would be the lower rates and to make more money available. so they're actually throwing gasoline on the fire if they were to raise rates, even a quarter of a percentage points they were throw the entire leveraged economy of the u. k. and britain into complete parallel zation. so they've really put themselves in an untenable position. and i think we're going to see a huge economic dislocation. this is the beginning of a secular inflationary move that's going to cause tremendous damage to vapor or not to vapor. is it really safer than smoking? is it safe at all or to investigate and moment stick with
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good and i was with
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there's things we dared to ask. dying. i cried. i just had slept the whole time hours there. no one really thought anything different. you just all thought i just didn't feel good on the way for the surgery, his lungs failed. 30 seconds, but i killed him. i had gotten stuck with so many needles by day. there's a few points that were really the turning points that he
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paid to. so he reached out they're researching new medical problems in the united states. not really. the doctor's holy crap. he's gonna die. oh no, he's the better. it was. i wouldn't want my worst enemy. i'm out of breath. in 29 team, doctor started talking about a new wide spread. does he use that caused severe lung damage that followed an outbreak of more than 3000 cases in the u. s. 64 of which were fatal toll of the patients were diagnosed with a lung injury associated with using electronic cigarettes or vapor products. the
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name of the disease was later abbreviated to a valley today around 50000000 people around the world are using electronic nicotine delivery systems and facing devices. it's a huge market concern, notably, estimated to be worth around $7000000000.00. oh, in great britain, where they think has been stealing a lead over conventional tobacco smoking, even the health authority tacitly supported consumers of the new nicotine delivery systems. i do agree that he is michael knight. this is the 1st place last year i said, i'm not saying that he's been a cigarette, you're more walk that far in my room. if you don't smoke with those 8th. and then also those dos
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the 1st vapor related death occurred in russia or even earlier than in the us in the republic of that, our standard leningrad region in 2016 and in study us gall in 2020. in every case the victims were teenagers. soon after that in 2021, the 1st patient in moscow was diagnosed with a volley. 17 year old r cindy, but my of was taken to an emergency room with 90 percent lung damage. with old care forecastle portion. doors from digital will, with our senate, if ali diagnosis has already had a significant impact on his future, several professions are now beyond his reach and he can never join the military service with a voice for sure. can. you know, of course i can get to play with her and as of today.


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