Skip to main content

tv   News  RT  October 28, 2021 4:00am-4:30am EDT

4:00 am
ah, ah, dicking hates all, it's all the market. european gas prices fold after vladimir putin orders the russian energy giant gas problem to pump supplies to europe. to ahead, this means our a key figure from january's capital hill, ryan to was caught on camera encouraging people to storm the building is quietly removed from the f. b. i's most wanted miss prompting questions about his background. and as they fates of julian assange is debated in the you case high court. the whistleblower supporters, the mum, his freedom one m e p told us it's time that government steps in it probably needs a political process rather than a traditional process. the politicians need to stop tension their heads and let
4:01 am
this man with from moscow to the world. this is the news, our own r t, you know, neil taking you through 3rd, these big stories 1st today, europe may be in the grip of an energy crisis, but gas prices have started to fall. the done were trend was sparked after vladimir putin tool, the chief of the russian gas, john gas problem, to rush it up supplies to european storage facilities. next month. earlier, my colleagues, daniel hawkins on elliot tranquil discussed what the russian president, how to say posted, okay, i ask you once you have finished pumping gas into underground storage facilities in russia to start work on increasing the volume of gas in your underground storage facilities in europe. in austria and germany, what exactly did the russian president say to cause this plunging gas prices?
4:02 am
well, this is how the market's work. they almost immediately reacted to the russian president's decision to make gas from the russian energy giant increased the volumes of natural gas in its european underground storage facilities. after such facilities are filled in russia, the prices for european natural gas futures went down by 3 per cent and the russian energy john expects its storage facilities in russia to be filled by november the 8th. so right in less than 10 weeks, the volumes of natural gas in the european storage facilities will start growing. and this is indeed a true relief for european consumers ahead of the winter season. but perhaps more importantly, following an incredible surge and gas prices in the last several weeks. now, during the meeting with the rushes senior government officials latimer potent once
4:03 am
again weighed in on the roots of the energy crisis in europe. america learned as though the situation on the european gas market remains unstable. the reasons are a decline and domestic gas production in europe and the reduction in liquefied natural gas, primarily from the united states. but they removed a significant amount from the european market by the way, gas from replenished us and even delivered more than the americans withdrew. at the same time, the demand for gas has also grown due to a drop in energy production from renewable sources. and the closure of conventional generation facilities. obviously this is why the balance has arisen. do you see a lot of consumers in your premium sovereignly for following this semester? what else we hearing from the european side on these latest updates? well, we're using the word relief, but the question is whether anyone in europe will actually notice the efforts on
4:04 am
the part of russia and praise moscow form the help and the approach that it has chosen for the time being. because actually, in the past few weeks, we've only been hearing many critical voices in the critical of moscow blaming russia for using it's natural gas exports as a geopolitical tool. some of the nations are continuing to act as the staunchest enemies of gas prom and natural gas exports from russia. probes, investigations are being launched in particular. the european commissions competition department is currently gathering evidence to see if gas suppliers are manipulating the market during the energy crisis. they're not specifically mentioning gas from, but it's clear what they're driving at. only recently, poland coal on the european commission to open an investigation and to whether gas
4:05 am
from broke 80 rules in failing to make extra gas volumes available on the spot markets. but there you have a lot of more prudent has sent a clear message. the volumes of the european storage facilities will be boosted with russian natural gas. the prices have fallen and perhaps at this point it will simply be unfair towards russia to fail to notice that these efforts on the part of moscow or otherwise that can all be explained through pure politics. german m e p. maximilian cry feels moscow is doing more for europe than it actually needs to on the reason isn't political gain. what russia now is doing that it is supplying gas or what is contracted, what it's obliged to do. so,
4:06 am
without expecting anything in exchange, let's say the occasional whole trim to so everyone, hotels that russia wants to use gas, a weapon to read. political aim is now proven wrong. and that is the political message. and i hope that at least europe media will, will inform the people about it. what we have today and the opinion that's all about gas. it is about blaming russia and preparing for another could warn you. have heard the gym and 57 who is talking about even having the tommy option against russia. this is i pressure, this is a statement that we haven't heard even in the end of the cold war. we are back in the 984 in the late seventy's rep,
4:07 am
people openly using crap and things that, that help them to gain confidence, emotion, known, intriguing one. next, it's not often someone disappears entirely from a list. so infamous of the f. b i most wanted, but that's what happened to her mom said to be one of the key figures in january capitol hill writes in washington, he was caught on camera telling people to storm the building and then or string them inside. it's got some including members of the republican party raising questions about who exactly the mysterious figure is, get up and picks up the story. an individual featured and videos calling for people to enter the capital building even before the january 6 capital riot and was seen on the day. january 6, ushering crowds into the capital building has been identified by law enforcement as arizona resident re apps re apps and arizona man seen in vitally circulated
4:08 am
videos telling trump support his on multiple occasions to go into the capitol also seemed to have acted on his own i don't know, like a rebel, as i said, we need, we need to know. i'll say, we need to go in the camera. oh, ah, not surprisingly, he was on the f. b i's most wanted list them was referred to as suspect. 16 for some time. f b i w f o is seeking the public's assistance in identifying those who made unlawful entry into the u. s. capital building on january the 6th. but now suspect 16 has been scrubbed from the f b i website. now if you take a look at the way back machine from archive dot org, you can see that from january 8th, 2021, all the way until june,
4:09 am
30th suspect 16 was pretty clearly highlighted, but suddenly, on july, 1st, he wasn't on the website any longer. now if he'd been arrested, he would still be on the website just with arrested under his name, like others who have been apprehended. but he's not, he's just been scrubbed. this has prompted lawmakers to ask questions about whether or not there were f b. i provocative tours who may have helped events on january 6th to go the way they did far as we can find this individual has not been charged with anything. can you tell us without talking about particular incidence or particular videos? how many agents are assets of the federal government were present on january 6, whether they agitated to go into the capital and if any of them did a so i'm not going to violate this norman of follow the rule of law. i'm not going to comment on investigation that's ongoing. now the capital breach database has no entries or listings for re apps to some. that's a pretty big red flag. the ongoing mystery of re apps,
4:10 am
he repeatedly appears in videos encouraging and inciting an invasion of the capital on january the 6th. yet for some reason has not yet been indicted. were charged, even as people with far less involvement have been re. epps is a free, mum, he has never been arrested or charged nearly 10 months after july. the 6th, the fbi, i in justice department, still refused to comment on, with the eps has ever been served. a search warrant the f. b, i's record when it comes to things like protests and provocations is not exactly squeaky plain. people can look up the history of cohen tell pro infiltration and other dirty deeds. if january 6th is such a pivotal date in u. s. history as its being presented. surely questions like those surrounding suspect? 16 demand answers. caleb martin, r t. new york. the faith of the wikileaks funder julian assange is to be decided today by the you case,
4:11 am
high court. it's the 2nd day of an extradition appeal hearing brought by the us. he's wanted by washington on 17 charges of espionage and one of conspiracy to huck . a government computer of convicted assange could face a prison sentence of a 175 years. ah. oh, let's go live now to show the edwards dusty who is once again outside the high court in london for it's shutting a good morning. we are expecting a verdict to be had done later today. take us through the developments on what's ahead this thursday. so today is now day 2 of the actually hearing right here at the royal court of justice in central london. today's the day, the opportunity for june bonham, lawyers to head back against all of the allegations made in day one,
4:12 am
which is where washington presented it have the over at the extra edition ruling back in january where the trust that she would not expedite i janice on the united states, and that was all based on medical brands that we was on a hybrid of suicide. so yesterday, the u. s. within his case, numerous ground of i say, including an offer of an unprecedented packet of assurances that your design would not be held in a maximum security prison in the united states that prison god can even prevent suicide. they say, i don't, i don't play that unit. i would spend a lifetime behind bob laza pools and serving his sentence is an option here in australia to but mostly as long as they attempted to try and discredit any of the psychiatric assessment and evaluations a bit about the months before. that was the reason that the charge paid that confusion back in january. it is,
4:13 am
and they say that in absolutely curious and will now spend the entire day, rebuffing out all of those claims that they, they will all of you that these are to services for the united states. all worthless reason being is because the u. s. has actually reserve the rights over any of those decisions that they've made on his house, of course. and you have to look at the court proceedings because yesterday many a calculated unit started looking very bad in his mental health. clearly under this stress throughout yesterday proceedings, and we only have to his tele morris, the long suffering partner of judith sergeant said she was taken up by jeff, how he is and any explanation would be active. it can't amount to his killing. now, today, much of the session will also be used to present the new mamma revelations, with all the u. s. halogen officers reveal that the cia had even planned as high
4:14 am
walled units. not as in london, ecuador, and embassy to kidnap him, or even assassinate him. plus they will try and push that argument back in january . that one of the witnesses will, the united states now know can be working at the time as an f. b. i, informant. not only broke cover, but actually admitted that he was lying during the court proceedings. not today, due to this on her lawyer, really basically say all about is i'm will evidence that they're out there for this case in court entirely. and is absolutely 100 percent confirmation that this case is politically motivated. well, just yesterday i spoke to numerous people including an irish politician, make wallace who told me that keeping him behind bart, it's criminality. it's in remarkable testimony to his strength that he's still alive. they have done everything to break him to the sons has never come, is a violent in his life. prism is really only for people does not care for
4:15 am
both of behaving well and are a danger of civil society window. nobody else should be a vision. obviously, you're saying that this is a gradual process to work for you, or do you think that there are any real reality or any from it that there would be a to be expedited united states julia assigned as a risk and nobody the only people he's a risk, he's a risk to the u. s. department, the u. s. military industrial complex because he's exposed to the fact that they haven't been involved in war crimes talks or god knows was as a things done now. it isn't prison in america that's going to kill them. is the fact that the americans will not let the goal will not allow him to get out of detention. i mean, i'm, the truth is where it assigns life is going to be fair. it probably needs a political process rather than judicial process. the politicians need to stop
4:16 am
tension that ahead. let this man live. well, a lot rest on this tuesday hearing, of course, the 6 songs all so high as the united states want him for his alleged role. and one of the largest compromises of classified information, the history of the united states and its found, he'll kill units on the face of prison sentence, of a 175 years behind bars. because because the u. s. has indicted him under 18 count of the espionage for publishing these classified documents, all related to the war in iraq, afghanistan, from one of conspiracy to have a government computer to do so. now in terms of the legal proceedings today, they weren't necessarily be any outcome today. in fact, prove progress might not even be made until january, when a verdict is finally reached. but there is a high chunk. so this case would even go to the supreme court and later down the line even reached the european court of human rights. in the meantime, of course, it is expected that you are in the san to remain behind the prison balls of belmont
4:17 am
prison. of course the u. k is mostly torres prison because the, the pro process of a grunting bell is probably highly unlikely for june. the songs already at this hour in the morning, supporters and tom payne is all reggie gathering outside the world. this is just, this is shows that solidarity, won't they really all you is that it's not just doing this on, in the dogs, in the court, in the proceedings, but also sits in the doc for fundamental principles and tenant of human rights. and indeed, the rights for people to publish, and also the rights for journalists to simply do that job. many people also argue that you can't look at this case without looking through the prism of the war on terror. and from many people outside i've been hearing numerous comments from people. it's about people, power versus state power to be made it very important number of hours ahead. this thursday, a shabby edwards dashed in london will keep us abreast of it all. thanks. shut in
4:18 am
this month. the history was made in orbits with the 1st ever movie filmed in space and incredible of technical feats made with a very minimal tree. very, very minimal. a true at some 400 kilometers above our heads, are t shabby tusky period excuse me, spoke with the creative force behind the stellar project that was director clim ship panko. you can watch the full interview. it will be here in our tea in the next hour, but for now, here's a snippet. at the end of this tour week, we flew into the door with the cooper. and i remember, you know, i wouldn't just like frozen out there. then we stop flying because it was you and we were just looking we just we were just mesmerized by. and so i guess that was the 1st moment that we realized, oh my god, we are up in space and here we are. here we're here. finally, i mean something,
4:19 am
i mean, of course, people train for years with, for us, the training was long to did filming a space also have its advantages, be able to give you something to direct to the can't do here. well, of course, that's why we will up there because i, i spend a lot of time imitating the 0 gravity dense and space station. so i know the limitations of what you can do. even with a huge budget. even with $200000000.00 budget, there are limitations and up there which you're trying to imitate from once there is just given, you know, everyone's is, is natural for them. when you are directing ah, a space film on earth. it's really, really, i mean, it's hard to twist your brain and assert in this, in the 4 dimensions some scenes i shot the way i, i realized that i wouldn't be able to invent on earth because i is just, your mind doesn't twist that way. oh,
4:20 am
this is our t still ahead. does kobe talking? that's grip on russia? the authorities go on the defensive with moscow put on partial locked down from today. we'll get the latest from our correspondence right after this break with what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy even 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 difficult time time to sit down and talk more when i would show seemed wrong when i
4:21 am
just don't hold any new world that you have to shape out the same because the african and engagement equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look for common ground with, ah, hello again. russia finds itself in the grip of another deadly wave of the kobe pandemic. the number of cases on deaths are being broken on an almost daily basis right now. forcing regions to bring in new restrictions in a bit to come the situation. a parcel locked on begun today in the capital 2 days
4:22 am
earlier than president putin had initially instructed last week. let's get more on this stuff and speak to our correspondent donal quarter. morning dawn, take us through than these new restrictions. it should be pointed out that it's not a fall locked on though correct? right, union? well, last week, russia's president vladimir putin declared a non working period between october 30th and november 7th. this measure was meant to curb a record breaking number of new cases and debts in russia since as of october 28th, the country has seen a, basically, the number of new cases skyrocket to over 40000 at an average a day. and the number of deaths stands at around 1100. and shortly after russian president vladimir putin's announcement, moscow's mayor said that this will actually start earlier for the capital on october 28th. i mean, the russian capital has also been hit hard by the pandemic facing over 8400 new
4:23 am
cases each day. the an average in terms of and just about just over 90 debts, but going hand in hand with this non working period, non essential businesses will also have to temporarily close. we're talking about cafes, restaurants, schools, et cetera. but people are actually not being forced to stay at home. like you said, this is not actually a lockdown, and we heard from the kremlin spokesperson, dmitri pascall, who explained to journalists that this is not actually locked down. in a recent speech, the russian president is called on the governors to use that powers more actively. they must act according to the situation. but i want to draw your attention. there is no lockdown in moscow, and one is not planned. this is a very important nuance here. in fact, there are a number of venues that you might think are non essential, which people can actually still go to as long as they have a vaccination q r code. these are mainly cultural institutions,
4:24 am
like museums and theaters. the catch though is that they can only accommodate 50 percent of their maximum usual maximum capacity. on top of that though, there are a number of other measures that are going to be in place until late february. businesses are required to send no less than 30 percent of their unvaccinated work forces to work from home. and on top of that workers over 60 and people with chronic chronic diseases. so these are some big developments coming out of russia and hopefully they'll keep everyone safe and healthy. yeah, i think people waiting to see whether to do last week or longer will no more, i suppose as the days go on are to correspond don quarter thanks for. that's some more news to bring you today in the program. russia security service say's it killed a member of his law mac state to his plotting a terror attack near the northern city of more a month. according to the f. s. b. the suspect was planning to carry out bombings at military facilities in the region explained. he was acting on the borders of
4:25 am
ices leaders. the alleged terrorist was killed in a shoot out then with f. s p. officers, no other casualties were reported. it's been almost 2 months since the tele buttons return to power enough chemist on following the chaotic us withdrawal and the challenges are piling up. an economic crisis is now being compounded with the threat of mass starvation for many children. the brutal reality of life is clear to see. my name is my 7 years old. i'm here to collect bread. sometimes people help us, sometimes they don't. i don't have a father. i take care of myself, there is no one else to be done. there are 6 people in our family and i'm the eldest boy at home, so i have to support them. i can't work because one of my hands is paralyzed. adults told me that my hand will not work. i dream continue my studies at school and becoming a doctor. one day people tend to down some times and they say there is no work,
4:26 am
no money. so they can't give us bread. my name is nancy, i collect plastic race and sell it. i am here at the baker to collect a few non bread. i have 3 and will now go home. my father died there is no one at home to earn money. i have my mom, a younger brother and sister, and the only one who takes bread home till a family. i want to be a doctor, but there is no one to help us. it was better before. at least we could find bread easily, but things are in good today. now we don't have anyone to support us if there was, i wouldn't be here. will you and no estimates, almost 3000000 children under 5 risk dying from the nutrition knots in the precarious state of the economy, which has been heavily dependent on foreign funds for years. around 40 percent of its gross domestic product has been international aid. however, for the taliban now in control of the country of food crisis is not the only problem there. grappling with islamic state, the tele bonds,
4:27 am
long time enemy has repeatedly staged the tax on the new governments, religious minorities as well. i know the pentagon express concern the terror groups based in the country of intention to attack the us mainland from within 6 months to a year. it's all a far cry from the suppose it success of the troop withdrawal from off gala stand. the president biden haled at the time. i think the intelligence community currently assess that both isis k and al qaeda have the intent to conduct external operations, including against the united states, but neither currently has the capability to do so. we could see isis k generate that capability somewhere between 6 to 12 months. i think the current assessments by the intelligence community is the al qaeda would take a year of to our mission, to degrade the terrorist threat of al qaeda in afghanistan and kill osama bin laden was a success. i believed that our presence in afghanistan should be focused on the reason
4:28 am
we went in the 1st place to ensure afghanistan would not be used as a base from which to attack our homeland again. we did that. we accomplish that objective or former pentagon security analysts, michael maloof, told us the u. s. withdrawal has made it even harder to remove islamic state from afghanistan. isis is now embedded in a highly remote mountainous region. would make it much more difficult to try to extract them and, and ice as k has as demonstrated the taliban, which is what, sir, against that while they may think that they run afghanistan, they actually control events. and they've demonstrated that with their suicide bombings, the united states is unable to get any bases in the region. and the over the horizon concept really doesn't work. all that well. and, and,
4:29 am
and the ordinance is flowing against a isis or i'll try to targets. now has to come from the gulf, it was biden who wanted to get out. and the end bind also went against the best advice of his, of his, the national security team to, to, to stay there until certain conditions could be met. why is life expectancy in one of the world's richest countries falling? we put to america's health care system on trial next in our short talk, which begins immediately after this break. ah ah .
4:30 am
a j b o you shaken with? well, i'm gonna put alon prepared to wait, don't, don't come out to get my check. i haven't been able to get them checked since 1982. they have been waiting patiently for hours. i got here that for you. oh mm hm. um have driven hundreds of miles to get here in that.


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on