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ah, ah, an american nurse is suspended from work after refusing to take a cobit shot on religious grounds. comes as the biden administration sets the date for mandatory shots to be extended to workers in the private sector. and i unfortunately named deans that my religious beliefs were not sincere. it's kind of surreal, honestly, because i love my job, and i have been a coven nurse for since the beginning, germany prepares to tighten restrictions on the unvaccinated, as daily cobit cases. sore to an all time high pushing the health care system to the limits. a court sentences, the french president's former body guard to 3 years in jail for violence against protesters. an incident that went viral and turned into a scandal for micron and thousands of green protesters led by gretta
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thornburg march through the cop 26 host. the city of glasgow denouncing the much trumpeted global climate summit as all talk and no walk. the joke along the weather, when it comes down to reactions, they will not be an integral holes in any variations inside with audio mention ah, broadcasting live for moscow, this is our t international. i'm donald quarter. welcome to the program. you, us is registered 81000 new code cases in the past 24 hours. it's the world's highest figure and it comes despite the government's all out efforts to get people vaccinated even through a federal mandate. that pressures been met with fierce resistance. one nurse in california has been suspended by a private hospital after she refused to take
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a cove. it shot victoria jensen filmed herself being ushered from her workplace. i am being escorted out of kaiser permanente hospital for my religious belief because i don't want to get a job. they deemed that my religious beliefs were not sincere. and i was upset about that because i haven't really sincere religious beliefs and convictions, and i wanted to get answers from the hospital as to some random h. r person deciding that my livelihood was now going in jeopardy because they didn't believe that i really have sincere beliefs in my christian faith is kind of surreal, honestly, because i love my job and i has been a coven nurse for since the beginning jo biden's, controversial workplace vaccine mandate has now expanded to small businesses
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requiring all workers to get a vaccine or at least one p. c. r. test weekly. penalties for employers start at $14000.00 per violation and could rise up to $100000.00. several states have already opposed the measure and filed lawsuits against the biden administration. requirements, though, don't cover everyone. there are some exceptions now. those include people with certain medical conditions, pregnancy, or religious beliefs. although that last one is challenging, as the belief must be deemed sincere enough to justify the exemption, it means it'll be up to the employers in the us to decide whether workers have a right or not to get to not get the shot. the company that owns the hospital has suspended more than 2000 employees for refusing vaccination. it says they'll be able to return to work as soon as they get a shot. or victoria jensen says she's done everything necessary to keep staff and patients safe. but that her religious views weren't disregarded. i made a choice for myself and i think everyone is should have the freedom to make their
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personal choice. i know a lot of people who did not want to get this vaccine but did it because they didn't feel they were pressured so much. they didn't feel like they could, could move for and they just went ahead and took it. and i respect their decision to their medical freedom. i respect people who don't agree with me. this is america . and it's a beautiful thing when you can disagree with each other, that's what freedom is. we don't have freedom if we don't have people that disagree . now it is important to keep in mind that the un and the w h o continue to stress that the pandemic can only be stopped through mass inoculation. london is gripped by scenes of violence with police and protesters clashing at the annual anti establishment ww mask march. ah,
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that the protest organized by the anarchist group, anonymous flares and fireworks were set off amid a heavy police. presence with officers frequently clashing with protesters and violent scenes and effigy of boris johnson could even be seen set ablaze and there were reports of one person shouting fern, boris burn. march, which has been held each year since 2012 sees anti establishment protesters rally against government corruption, wealth and equality. and as of last year, corona virus restrictions, police arrested 12 people and said 8 officers have been injured. germany has registered a tie as to ever daily spike and cove infections raising the prospect of tough new restrictions. more than 35000 cases have been reported in the past 24 hours. the world's 4th highest rate. the latest wave is taking a toll on hospitals with the number of patients, an intensive care surging by 25 percent and recent days. one intensive care doctor
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in nuremberg says that the health care system is being pushed to the brink. first, the situation is very tense, all the beds are full. we're still trying to take care of the urgent cases as best we can. on the one hand we treat many cobra patients, but we also have to provide the rest of the medical care that is normally done. hospitals all reach to the limits, especially the larger hospitals that care for the most severe patients, both with and without cove. it for medical stuff, we're now in the 4th wave on a is a huge burden. several german regions are now preparing hard heading new measures to cope with the latest covered wave with more on that. here's our europe corresponded peter all we're covert. fig is in germany. do not make for good reading as the feed 4th wave is very will to with else. if we do not acts this 4th wave will again bring a great deal of suffering. many people will fall seriously ill and die, and the health services will be under extreme pressure again. around 67 percent of
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the german population is fully vaccinated, but the numbers coming forward has plateaued in recent months. fronting politicians to fear that a new type of pandemic could be upon us. we are currently experiencing a pandemic of the unvaccinated, which is massive. there would be few karone of ours patients on intensive care units. if more people would let themselves be vaccinated, the big worry now is that those people who haven't gone for a vaccination have no intention of doing so. and that may well lead to more restrictions on what people who haven't been jobs can do. if the pandemic situation in hospitals worsens than further restrictions for unvaccinated people are possible, some of germany, 16 states aunt waiting for a federal decision to be made and have already put in place new measures. imp, a very, a mask wearing will be mandated in schools in the state of hassan. there's going to
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be a new testing system put in place for those. going to visit hospitals, old care homes. and in the state of bottom voting book, where you're going to need to show a p, c r test if your room vaccinated and want to go to a bar, a restaurant, or theater. german business leaders want the government to give them the rights to impose the so called 3 g system. that means that anybody who is in vaccinated recovered or tested could be bod, from employment. some of germany's biggest companies of already brought in controversial canteen segregation, employees who being double jobs, can sit together and eats as normal. those who have knots or choose not to reveal the vaccine status must remain in a cordoned off area where masks have to be worn when not eating. chemical giant via told r t. they may even take this further. depending on specific facility needs a separate to g area is also created which offers immunized to employees
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a space with less distance to each other on a voluntary basis. this will be planned in close cooperation with work representatives and site management in the uncontrolled areas of the canteen. the distance root of 2 meters from each other continues to exist and individual sitting is offered. all the big names in the german business world say they're reviewing the situation. got some company say this just isn't the way forward. in the contains as of today now distinction is made between unvaccinated and vaccinated or recovered and blaze. currently we're not considering separate contin areas. we treat everyone equally with germany posting reco, daily cove and case numbers, politicians, business leaders, and health care professionals all agree that something has to be done and all bracing for things to potentially get worse over the coming winter months. peter, all of a r t though and now we go to the u. s. were recent local elections dealt
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a series of defeats for the biden administration and new jersey. a freelance truck driver ousted a democrat as president of the state senate, and there are increasing signs of a backlash against so called woke policies as ortiz, dmitri polk explains well, it's looking like a case of you reap what you sow. turns out, forcing progressive policies on people who don't want them can lead to surprising results at the polls. case in point, the latest elections in the us, one of the biggest upsets, came from the state of virginia, where g o p. candidates, unexpectedly swept to victory and even established the 1st republican governor of virginia in over a decade. let's climb that hill together. let's reinvigorate our future. let's reinvigorate this amazing commonwealth of virginia. god bless you all, god bless to come. meanwhile, in other states,
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what was supposed to be a walk in the park for the democrats turned into a grueling battle with new jersey governor barely coming out on top to retain his seat. but if that wasn't already enough of a wake up call for democrats. what happened next in new jersey amounted to a political earthquake. edward d'oeuvre, a truck driver who raised $10000.00 but apparently spent only a $153.31 on coffee and flyers managed to defeat the states. long time senate leader, democrat, steve sweeney, who had held his seat for over a decade and was considered the 2nd most powerful person in the state. it's like a movie script come to life. but how could something like this actually happen? well, the answer seems to be left. he policies, steve sweeney, has spent the last decade leading the effort to make new jersey. they must texted state in the nation. he's defeat displays, how garden state voters have rejected the socialist policies coming out of democratic control,
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trenton and are hungry for fiscal sanity once again. so it turns out that raising taxes the funding, the police and ramming critical race theory down school children's throats is not quite as popular as the left and biden's administration would have you believe what went wrong is just stupid work. i mean this, steve, from the police lunacy this, take abraham lincoln's name off of schools. i mean that people see that it's just really has a suppressive effect tool across the country. and the democrats, some of these people need to go to a woke detox and throw something they're expressing a language that people just don't use and as backlash in a frustration of that. but while woke policies might seem like the likely explanation for why democrats lost so many seeds, there are those who actually see the whole thing as a resurgence of white supremacy. even if the people elected are, you know, black, it's not the messaging folks. this country simply loves white supremacy. white women are thrilled to have
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a cause in our lane that we can throw ourselves behind critical race theory, panic in which we can wring their hands about white children and obfuscate our white supremacy. this is what white women have done best since the fifties and will continue to do. dear media. republican voters are not excited by the issue of education. republican voters are excited by the issue of white supremacy. while identity politics doesn't seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, in the u. s. political landscape, it's safe to say that elections like the ones in virginia, new jersey, highlight the average americans feelings towards the left and biden's policies in particular. and it seems they want a long overdue change of tone. the domestic side is not good. i mean, i do not think the world politics is the direction ago. and we've even got disagreements within the democratic party when it's almost like 2 different parties . some you've got the progressive successes that are pushing for one side. you've got modern on another side. and i mean,
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they lost their unifying figure. the unifying figure was president trump and, and now they're still trying to run against president trumpet, who's not there. if things continue the way they are, i think you're going to see a huge, huge red wave. come come at the mid terms and you'll see both the senate and the house flip. the bottom line is they need to listen to the people and what the people want. don't shut things down, people's throats that they're not interested in. and then they knew not believe them. gordon francis sentenced emmanuel macros, disgraced former body guard to a 3 year prison term among a number of crimes. he was accused of excessive force against a protester and an incident that was captured on film and went viral back in 2018. it was a serious embarrassment for the french president him, here's our t, charlotte, to ben ski with more on the case. well, this is alexander gabriella, who as you mentioned, was the deputy former chief of staff for president mack on this is the man who was
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chiefly organizing the protection of president mack on mainly doing his presidential campaign back in 2017. and then that 1st year and over that he was in office, this is a man who is incredibly close to not just a manual mat gone, but also to his wife at the court found him guilty of several offences including fraudulent use of diplomatic passports. and as you mentioned there assaulting 2 protesters during a made a protest. now this is something that happened back on the 1st of may, back in 2018 where bonilla had asked to go as an observer to watch what the police do during a protest. these are protest often turn quite violent at the fringes and he said he wanted to see how the police carry out their jobs. but instead of just observing what happened, he got involved and then assaulted some of the protesters that was captured in the video. as you can now see,
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ah, with the elise a was accused at the time of a cover up because it didn't report this incident to the police and banal estate in his job. in fact, this incident, or we came to light about 2 months later when that video and then video similar to that from different angles, were reported to revealed in the french press causing a political earthquake here in france. present mack on in the n did or for this half hearted apology is 15. i'm proud of having hired alexander been, allah will see that he made a mistake, a real one, a serious one that felt like a betrayal. i told him so. everybody makes mistakes. the response must be in proportion with this was a huge embarrassing for president mccord i just after a year of the he had been elected given that during his campaign full that election,
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he had vowed to restore the public trust in public authority. he in france, and there we had been all a gauge which shattered all of that image during the campaign. now in another blow for president mack on another head of security was also convicted today. old old, so assaulting and roughing up, protest to steering that same meant a protest. he's now received a 2 year sentence as well. and this is not just a political earthquake that's been going on for the last 3 years. this is something that could now impact president mack on that she possibly seeks re election in the next 6 months. those electrons moving very, very quickly. and this is coming up probably the worst time for him, because it will remind voters of an incident that almost brought to macklin and his government down the most embarrassing incident,
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perhaps of his presidency. so fall at protests over election results in iraq. 125 people have been reportedly injured and several killed and fierce clashes with law enforcement. police reacted to crowds storming baghdad, fortified green zone, which is home to government buildings and foreign embassies. investigation into the incident has been launched according to the iraq joint operations command, the exact number of people who lost their lives is yet to be confirmed. you on raise the unrest started with when the iranian backed alpha ta coalition saw its number of seats in parliament cut by almost 2 thirds rochester's reject the election results. a 2014 ruling which ordered russia to pay billions of dollars of compensation to shareholders of a now defunct oil giant has been overturned by a dutch by the dutch supreme court. the case centers around yukos,
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a company previously owned by a man who was once russia's richest person, ortiz more odd gazda, has the details. russia has welcome the dutch supreme court decision to uphold its appeal against the 2014 you cost ruling. this is, by the way, the biggest ever arbitration case a 100000000000 you cost shareholders wanted, when they sued russia in 2005, they were awarded more than 50000000000 in 2014. but they have been plenty of twists and turns ever since russia has argued for many years that you cost shareholders have committed fraud. this is something that the previously in its previous decision in 2014 court of arbitration. this is a matters refused to acknowledge the dutch supreme court has now said that it was wrong to refuse to look at this issue and that perhaps it is worth investigating. undoubtedly, there will be more twists and turns you call shareholders who get demanding tens of
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billions and compensation for what they say is russia unfairly dismantling. you cost them a huge oil giant and seizing its assets. russia arguing that for many years you cause had evaded taxes that its leaders had committed multiple tax offenses, another criminal act, and that russia acted by the law. thousands of green protesters have descended on glasgow. ho, city of the cop 26 climate summit led by celebrity activist grad thornburg. they're not happy about what they see as a mere talking shop ortiz. a sally was in the thick of it here in the scottish city of glasgow, which is of course, hosting the club $26.00 summit. thousands of people marching earlier this afternoon to make their voices heard with those who are fools, leading not some, it's in the for the many people to we managed to speak to the message is clear.
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they want to see less in terms of talk from those who are leading that some it a more in terms of concrete action to tackle and a vote, depending prices that they talk a lot. but when they, when it comes down to reaction, you've got lots other guy basically, and then on that integral fossil fuels in any of the negotiations, a cycle bad will still companies not even mentioned. i didn't open it. it's like, i don't usually take in some kind of a millionaires. i mean this came is equal to one in by private. yes. 5. and then we know that doesn't seem like the gateway. it's to $26.00 conference and it shouldn't be the $27.00. so the guy says 90, so this should be critical. instrumental solutions rather than most officers are full of shoes, right? if you like, i can take into this car. but imagine me theme detector like to see i'd be part of
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a dance as well. now perhaps a surprising voice that might agree with these protesters led of course, as they are by gretta suttonberg, is the united states as climate envoy, john kerry. hughes also echoed concerns that words merely, i'm not enough and action is needed now to tackle climate change. we are striving to make certain that this is a strong statement and implementable. that is the key. the words don't mean enough unless they are implemented. it all of us has seen years of frustration for promises are made not kept. we heard from a number of speakers on the stage behind me adjusting the thousands of people in attendance, including many from vision is communities with the most affected why climate change for many of them. those voices shouldn't josby being head out here in these protests, which should be part of the conversations taking place inside the summit,
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which thus far they say seemed to be only the preserve of the elite. we saw the fraud involved and there was another protest near the cop 26 summit venue by ocean rebellion. their furious about destructive industrial fishing practices and the fake blood splattered stunt saw activists dawning suits and fish heads and carrying brief cases with atrocities against sea life written on them. on other news, a museum in the u. k. has removed a portrait of a war hero over his ties to slavery. lieutenant general, sir thomas picton was the, was the most senior british officer to die at the battle of waterloo and $1815.00. his portrait was on display at the national museum of wales in cardiff for more than a century, all being regarded as a public hero. he was also known for his harsh treatment of slaves. museum commissioned a year long project,
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probing the legacy of picked in. and now plans to re display and re interpret the portrait and a re angling of the way he's present it. for now, however pickens portrait will be replaced a decision. many have reacted to negatively saying that the past is in black and white. and we shouldn't try to hide what is inconvenient to explain. as a journalist, i feel uneasy about this element of censoring history should not picked and remain on display as a reminder to wales of an aspect of its past. no matter how disgraceful is not general sir thomas picked and killed in action at the battle of waterloo in 18. 15 history is not or discard. histories that learn from so the same thing never happens again. the museum should be ashamed of itself. sir thomas picton was the most senior british officer to dine waterloo, facing the pool in his pitcher has just been removed from welsh, national museum. no time for heroes. one day, all humans will be canceled because once upon a time they were owning cause, museums collections, director things, the pictures removal is an important step and re examining national collections. so
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the 1st time picked and related ard has been removed though. earlier this year cart of city council decided to put away a marble statue of him from city hall journalists, markets, steed, things, removing art is counterproductive. i am reluctant to judge people from the past by the standards we live by today. i mean times of change massively. even in the last 3040 years, the paintings should be available in cardiff museum for the public to say a visit us to see for school expeditions for children to say. but there should be a plaque underneath it, explaining that this man's legacy is hugely next. he had an appalling track record in terms of his well, his governor, trinidad, particularly in the treatment of a 14 year old girl. but also he showed incredible bravery at the battle of waterloo, when taking on the evil of napoleon. a nice things need to be put into a fuller context, the proper context. but at the same time, sensing people is not the solution. and sensory books of art is not the solution. the past doesn't disappear,
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just because you're taken down paintings or tearing electrical, tearing down statues. you've got to confront these things, head on and put it into a proper context. and that's how you build bridges. and that's how you, you build a coherent society. the british armed forces are wasting billions of pounds a year on procurement contracts. that's according to a parliamentary spending watchdog. it comes after the ministry of defense received a substantial boost to its budget. the department system for delivering major equipment capabilities is broken and is repeatedly wasting taxpayer money. we are deeply concerned about departmental witnesses, inability, or unwillingness taunts of basic questions and give a frank assessment of the states of its major programs. the department continually fails to learn from its mistakes. the prob, singled out a project to develop ajax armored vehicles describing it as a catastrophe. none of them are ready despite 4000000000 pounds of spending over the past decade. out of the 20 programs examined by the house of commons,
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committee 13 are behind schedule, and the ministry of defense is justified. the delay saying that procurement is a complex challenge for former military intelligence officer, philip ingram thinks that the ministry needs to be more open about where all the money's going. the minister the fence has never been the best to trying to explain the money that its allocating in particular to its equipment program, but it has some massive disasters. mature. historically the, the upgrade to the nimrod program. and more recently, as quoted in the guardian newspaper, the armies ajax recognizance vehicle and only 14 vehicles have been delivered and they are not fit for purpose. very, very large sums of money are split up into it being spent into a number of different financial years. and if it isn't spent in that financial year or too much as needed one financial year, it causes the whole accounting system to become on balance. and then when programs
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run very over, cost or problems evolve in the programs like is happening with the armies. ajax, that just adds another layer of complexity to it. the biggest changes that are needed in the system are you to take a business minded approach and bring proper business people into negotiate contracts. professional individuals who understand complex project management from a commercial procurement perspective, not necessary. just a defense perspective. i'm can negotiate the contract properly so that whenever the written liability lies with the supplier, not with mr. defends in there for the taxpayer that something has to come in. that's the news for this. our stay tuned for your world news headlines and just about 30 minutes. mm. mm ah
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for years we were told that the way to stimulate the economy was to print money. and then when it became obvious that printing money was actually causing economic decline and bank failure, they had to come up with a narrative and that was the green narrative, the e s. g narrative, the cop annual gathering narrative. and as you're pointing out, or you're just switching chairs on the titanic, you just going from one particular way to destroy the global economy using via money to a different way to destroy the global economy using via money. lou my father had contacted many lawyers in both canada and in the united states and no one was.


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