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ah, ah, just headlines for this hour here on oxy with the fatal shooting assange poised to be decided in the you case height court. it was of what i was high profile supporters are showing that support outside. continuing to demand this frieda, we would spend the rest of his life in a super max prison in the united states. what kind of life is that with no crime and telling the world the truth, a solution to the energy crisis. this side of the big issue to be discussed right now with the economic form and the italian to heal verona today is where prominent future shaping voices from europe and asia of getting together. also a key figure from january's capitol hill riots who was caught on camera more than
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once. encouraging people to storm the building is quietly removed from the f d eyes most wanted list certainly prompting questions about his ra them. of key pad, wrap. ah, 247. your source for questioning will this susan, international life from moscow with me real research? so the face of the wiki lease found a julian assange is to be decided today by the you case, high court. of course. now it is the 2nd day of an extradition appeal hearing brought by the united states, rush for san jose wanted by washington on 17 charges of espionage on one of conspiracy to hack a government computer. if convicted, he could face a prison sentence of a 175 years. a short time ago i crossed live to aussies shantia edwards dashed just
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outside the court house. oh yes, i was right here in the oil a song with all the bad as to why that would be the case of yesterday. about washington presenting your documents and they were describing many things including this offer of an unprecedented packet of reassurance. is that you're not the place in the maximum security prison even arguing that he could potentially set a conserving, i think they were pretty attempting to read it. the psychiatric evaluation. i had to say that your to the area about that enough time and time again,
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try to rebut those plays outside the cool thing about very valuable support them to an assault me hard earlier from the what do you mean editor in chief? and he said, well, i'm going to do this on to the crime against humanity and he's really posing a common sense and justice. it seems to be often far away. so i have to retain a certain level of skepticism, lawrence and the system when the assessing the possibilities. but we certainly hope that you all come for be that the high court will simply say he cannot be expedited . this is an opportunity for the united kingdom to reassert administration of or clear, unjust war for or for journals all around the world today, all arguing that the united states assurances are absolutely on well. c the, as the united states has actually reserve the right to overturn them at any point
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and particularly on his metaphysical how after this is stella morrison and associates, which is completely taken aback by just tell them, hey, at the moment, and even think as they are reporting a he really is a very was for papa's, according to his voice, mentally distressed, and also in paid his lawyer is august. i was only like, it was if he is indeed extradited to the united states class. they also argue removing him from his support that i had family would mean that would be an even higher risk of suicide if he has said to the united states. now this afternoon, session, much of it has actually focused on the new evidence presented in court. the mammoth revelations, around fancy homer intelligence offices have revealed that the cia actually plan to kidnap and even escalate here. this on while he was a lot. does ecuador and embassy for that?
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ned, 2 and a half 1000 day, the many entities here with united kingdom have shown that they talking about those very conditions. all the evidence we've gotten, all the experience we've gotten united states is that they would go just re max prison on a sentence. 175 years, he would spend the rest of his life in a super max prison in the united states. what kind of life is that to look forward to? somebody's committed, no crime. i've been telling the world the truth. it is a total injustice. we send this man to america to the hands to the law of assassin. many of the parking people have said he should be killed, so they won't treat him as a human being. so they want to make an example of giving a son by treating him so badly by trying to break him. so that gives a lesson to other journalists. well, a lot, brittany does. the rest of the next few hours in the states have now become so high as the united states, what his alleged role,
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that one of the largest compromises of classified information in the history of the united states. and if found guilty and config, it's a prison sentence. about 75 years behind a support design campaign. if you need me gathering throughout the last 2 days. and then i really defending tier to san to say all of you, it shouldn't be in the talk today. but actually the war criminals this on to expose the war crimes off nothing in his trial from last year even to now is it every single instant than any other who is blowing anywhere in the world? this would have been thrown out for this to be continuing. is absolutely ridiculous . they seem, barrison, it's good to hear barrison to be english. i'm involved with the high culture. been justice is wise to become a friend in the laws in every way. i can just hurry, shorter 2 sites in a thing is the plan is pretty certain that i won't necessarily be any outcome of that today. in fact, this could drag on to some weeks if not months even up until next year. and in fact,
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this process could even lead to the supreme court in that appeal system, or even at one point later down the line could actually reach european court of human rights. in the meantime though, of course, fearless funds will remain behind the prison balls in belmont, which is the most notorious present in the united kingdom. but people outside of rural courts of justice. many, many people i've spoken to, they say what's happening to do to saw it is actually a warning to any janice or anybody that actually wants to tell the truth and they all have that this is something that must be defended. green reforms on the energy supply crisis of some of the big questions we're looking for answers at today's your asian economic forum. the event gathers today, big hitters from the business world and beyond. it is now underway in northern italy's town for rona more details now and what's been said with our correspondent charlotte dupont ski was an electric atmosphere here at the eurasian economic forum
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in the beautiful city of verona. where the discussions have been looking at and picking the energy crisis that the european union, the european continent is facing at the moment. now in a start with some of the, the words spoken by get how to schroeder, the former german chancellor, who said that at the moment, politicians and the media in europe, we're looking to point the finger at russia saying that it was to blame for this crisis. but in reality, they didn't want to understand what it was, the energy crisis at the moment he outlined what he believed were the factors involved combat vc, prior year period, energy demand in or europe, in markets increase sickness taken apparently in the 1st half of 2021, the key factor here was the economy which they covered after the cobit 9 to
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bet this is same period last year. gas demand in the 6th largest european market. germany, france, the netherland italy, spain. the united kingdom increased by 12 percent in the 1st half of 2020 born. also to also said that the in you needs to think about discussion and dialogue rather than accusations. he said that the transition from the traditional fossil fuel energy to the green energy was a major project. and what was needed right now was energy security for him that comes from gas, that that transition form at the fossil fuel energy to the green. and it was also criticized by several of the other participants. one saying that, you know, it's like saying let's stop production and publishing old encyclopedias and just assuming that google will happen with course he said that not what happens. what's needed is a major rosemont to ensure that this transition is much more smooth. there was also
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a pick up on that theme from the president and the c e o of rosner wound that the energy courses at the moment is impacting other industries too. and he said that the shows that the wrong decision can have a major impact, or she is assuaged on russia's helping to solve the energy crisis, giving a stable supply of gas to europe and fulfilling all contractual obligations this year has shown that the wrong decisions over climate policies can lead to serious consequences for the entire world economy and society. it seems that in some cases, advocates of an early move away from fossil fuels ignore the risks of imminent market imbalance. energy projects, a long term and the choices we make now will determine the future, the global energy sector for a decade to come. there also calls for the oil and the gas industry to be much more involved in the discussions. whole is transition saying you may not like it,
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but all actors need to be involved. and the people in the meantime will have to change how they use their electricity. there was also a warning that this transition to the green energy will certainly mean one thing that is higher prices all of us. we also spoke with class mangold and honorary console of the russian federation. he says, alternative energy it needs to be developed, but without abandoning the old forms, i really said we have to be very careful about what we are doing. and we cannot just chombo fancy nuclear and not being active anymore in coal. and sin, nuclear will be important in see future in europe. we have to intensify what we are doing in terms of renewables. and especially israel, we saving energy, but i guess we'll be israel, one of the future of our energy needs and we can it sola and we can
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a wind my to, we need, we know as well. since this is our assumption, what time we have for chance after let me say 5 years to bring to cost sound. but in the meantime, i believe industry households will have to pay much more set up to now. and people will certainly israel think about what to do with consumption. it's not often someone disappears entirely from a list, so infamous as the f b i's most wanted. but that's exactly what happened to a man said to be one of the key figures in january's capitol hill rides in washington. he was caught, well, more than one on camera urging people to storm the building. it's called some including some members of the republican party racing questions about who exactly this mysterious figure is. a correspondent kellum often investigate an individual featured in videos calling for people to enter the capital building even before the january 6th capital riot and was seen on the day. january 6th,
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ushering crowds into the capital building has been identified by law enforcement as arizona resident re apps re apps in arizona. man seen invite le circulated 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 what to say because i'll be arrested when did we need to know? i'll say, oh, we need to go in and we can let go. ah, unsurprisingly he was on the f, b i's most wanted list and 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
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a look at the way back machine from archive dot org, you can see that from january 8th, 2021, all the way until june, 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 incidents or particular videos? how many agents or 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 norm of follow the rule of law. i'm not going to comment on an investigation that's ongoing. now the capital breach database has
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no entries or listings for re apps to some. that's a pretty big red flag. the ongoing mystery of re epps. 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 ups 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 it's being presented, surely questions like those surrounding suspect? 16 demand answers. caleb martin,
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r. t. new york. this month, history was made in orbit with the 1st ever movies filmed in space at ortiz saskia taylor spoke with the creative force behind the project director climpson panko. you can watch the full interview hero naughty all day long and into the evening hours as well. but for an hour, quick preview. at the end of this tour week, we flew into the dough, the cooper. and i remember, you know, i was just like frozen on there than we stopped flying because it was you. and we were just looking, which was we were just mesmerized by. and so i guess that was the 1st moment. did we realize, oh my god, we are up in the space and here we are here we're here. finally, i mean song. i mean, of course, people are trained for years, but for us, the training was long to sit, filming, and space also have its advantages to be able to give you something. it's a direct to the can't do here. well, of course,
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that's why we went up there because i, i spend a lot of time imitating the 0 gravity 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 for months there is just given, you know everyone's is, is natural for them. when you are directing 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 just your mind doesn't twist that way. oh, no, i just approaching half way. mark office hours program here on asi international and france is dispute with britain. nova fishing, rice is now escalated after a british troy was seized off its coast in just a moment will be having
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a live chat with a former fishery spokesman of the independence party. we are back in just a oh ah ah goodbye dreamer shaped banker senators
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with dares sinks. we dare to ask oh, right now 20 past harold. moscow. frances dispute with britain over fishing, right. as escalated after a british trula was seized off its coast. another u. k. vessel has been slapped with a fine. now this comes off to france, announced it intends to sanction britain in a bid to gain greater access to british waters. access that parish says has been unfairly cupped post bricks it the u. k. however,
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it remains defensive. me say 10 months now we have to speak the language of force because unfortunately, this british government only understands that it is very disappointed to see the comment that came from france yesterday. we believe these are disappointing and disproportionate and not what we'd expect from a close ally and partner. i've heard the british see that we acted disproportionately. now we are descending our right. we are defending our fishermen . we are defending the french coast in its economy on me when you sign an agreement, you must respect it under the plans british vessels on goods will be effected from november, the 2nd, unless french fishermen receive more licenses to fishing u. k. waters. the measures include barring a fishing vessels from descent, barking at french ports, and beefed up board a check on u. k. goods and cargo. now, the whole dispute dates back to 2016 when britain voted to leave the
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e. u. in the years that followed the block and the u. k. struck a deal where britain offers access to french fishermen who can prove that they previously fished, that piracy says only half of french vessels eligible for british pressing elections have been given. one london in turn is warning that france has ultimatum would violate the e u u k. trade and cooperation agreement and wider international law. well, let's try and get a grip on this. mike hooker, who's a former british m e p, and former fishery spokesman of the u. k. independence body joining us here live on our team to national. thank you so much for coming on. what do you make of, frances, ultimate, to britain, a as a bid to get more licenses? is it a proportionate measure? do you think so? no, i don't. i think it's a once again, it's, we say that the, the french book, using volleyball tactics. if remember, last year there was a shock in our, in our vessel over the channel, or do they really want to get into a trade well with, with the camera. and if you look at the figures on. busy asperger's and 2020 from
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a tread surplus of 5600000000 pounds. if you look at joint j. j 9700000 bottles of con. yeah. was sold in the okay. 60000 people, french, people work in the, in the con your industry do, they're really wants to get into, into a trade war of a fishing with this country. i think what mike, i wanted to ask you so, so why do you think that why do you think that the fraud has adopted this measure? i mean, do you think it's genuine concern from paris about the plight? if it's fishing industry, i think it's a president that's got an election coming up on the horizon and he's trying to be a bit of a statesman. they're a bit of a bully by we can say that my friend is doing very well along the french cost and he's not, can, he's desperate to get those books back again. we have to be very, very strong with never, ever walked down to the bullying. and we shouldn't though. now we shouldn't allow
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this month of bullying to that the french to this country. we need to get control of all walter, which we would promise in the same way we promised control. and i was just, i don't believe we've got that yet. our fishermen, the u. k. fishermen, most of the lot more chance of fish in our waters and the french will have to fish wherever, whenever we let them say she's our waters. well, mike, let me, let me jump in here quickly because france is saying that britain has failed to grown fishing licenses to half of french vessels eligible to fish and its waters. what do you, what do you say to that? well, the u. k. government, i say 90 percent of licenses been applied for brain ground shoot. so hose law and i believe that the government i, i think we've granted whatever licenses that's come forward. but i would put an agent site group on i want our fisherman, our fishermen to be out that fish and i can, i get, i speak to these people day in day out, you can fish and they tried to print for
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a while. they're watching your vessels out there and i was just checking i will fish know this cannot be right. we want control of our fish. we want control of our walters and we will, we will get that because we will fight for the french will have to stand a new show when we allow them to come into our walls just we will out and you know, we have given them whatever licenses they have asphalt that she's bullied by chance . it will not put up with us. well, as you say, you won't put up for and you're willing to fight for this. now back in may, mike, we saw the u. k sent his navy, the j se, i mean, how far do you think both sides are prepared to go now that the disputes really come to head well as a share the french really when you get into a trade well with this country, i don't believe so because a lot of people will be out of whack. if we stop by in french, i'm reading the social media today where a lot of people will not buy any more french goods. what is that?
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what friends really want you want, mr. micro really won't. you know, he's got to get a grip. oh, get a grip of him. so it's our water. you got to realize the european union has to realize this is the, the, the, the ok we want our watches, but we're going to get our watches. but these are our fish, they might are like, i'm so sorry i'm just running out of time here, but i just wanted to ask one quick, very quick, final question. what is the state of maritime life in those waters? there? lots of crabs, lots of fish for every body, or is it different about state at the moment? please bring the plate because rain well and cho faced by your pain fracture ships plough and i'll walk down this age because why i'm shot now. we say fleets of these things, committed waters and scope and hundreds of thousands of on the 1st a while we're still carrying with the bay and the quarter system where we're still drawing fish office over the shot because we don't have a quarter for this cannot be it cannot be good for the environment. we're going to
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get control of this. you got to get control of all watches and stop the huge factor ships coming and so waters. my hope for my british i may be joining us here, live on our to international really appreciate it. thanks for your commentary. thank you. well, it's been almost 2 months since the taliban returned to power and gone us dawn following the us withdrawal and the challenges are just piling up and 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 mike, i'm 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 feed us. there are 6 people in our family and i am 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 of continue my studies at school and becoming
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a doctor. one day people tennis down sometimes and they say there is no work, no money. and so they can't give us bread. my name is nancy, i collect plastic race and sell it. i'm 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. no, not good. my name is nadia. i'm collection non bread where helpless at home, we have no whack. people help us, we're often left hungry. i don't want to be here begging i want to stay at home. the un and now estimates over $3000000.00 children under 5 are at risk of dying from malnutrition. that's amid the precarious state of the economy, which has been heavily dependent on foreign funding for years. in fact,
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a 40 percent of its entire gross domestic product has been out of international aid . however, for the time about now in control of the country of food crisis is not the only problem that grappling with islamic state the taliban. long time enemy has repeatedly state a tax on the new government and religious minorities. now the pentagon is expressed concern. the terror groups based in the country have intentions to attack the us mainland within a year. well, it's a little bit of a far cry from the suppose. the success of the troop withdrawal from afghanistan that president biden had been hailing at the time. i think the intelligence community currently assess that both isis k and i'll call you to 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 or 2. our mission to degrade the terrorist threat of al qaeda in afghanistan
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and kilo some been lot was a success. i believed that our presence in that gas dance should be focused on the reason we went, the 1st place to ensure afghans that would not be used as a base from which to attack our homeland. again. we did that. we accomplish that objective for the pentagon analyst mike maloof told us the us withdrawal has now made it so much harder to remove islam state from afghanistan. isis is now embedded in a highly remote mountainous region, but make it much more difficult to try to extract them. and isis k has as demonstrated to taliban, which is what sir? against that, while they may think that they run f canister them, they actually control events. and they've demonstrated that with their suicide bombings, the united states is unable to get any basis in the region. the
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over the horizon concept really doesn't work all that well. and in the ordinance as fluent against isis or all kinds of targets now has to come from the gulf. it was biting who wanted to get out and the end bite. and also what against the best advice of his, of his national security team to, to, to stay there until certain conditions could be met. and your program returns to the top of the hour. ah, what else shows the wrong one? i just don't know. i mean, you wrote yes to shape out disdain because the answer to an engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart,
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