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ah, ah, this house help headlines here when i see a new cobit strain in southern africa, sparking global panic, competing nations to shut down air. travel with that region. cases are already spreading doped with the latest detected in israel and belgium the developers of sputnik v prepared to test the russian shot against the latest new mutation. we hear from the hungarian foreign minister about his own country's vaccine policy and the need to put lives above politics. there are too many countries. i'm considering the issues of vaccination as if it had a political order or ideological nature. you know, it's about liable to people with well, i didn't do anything special. i simply back into my life. every person in my situation would have done the same 1st words of a rescuer who was found alive and
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a siberian coal mine off to being presumed dead. a criminal probe has now been opened into thursday's explosion, which claimed more than 50 lives. ah, you will, saturday morning headlines live from moscow. welcome to them. this is audience in the us and canada have joined the e. u and halting air, travel to southern africa. after the discovery of a highly infectious new coven strain, the so called all the crone variables already spreading. go with israel in belgium, among the latest to register cases. and shawna do britsky reports on how europe is responding. will this super mutant strain of covey it has been described as being more transmissible than delta? and that has really ramped up fears. it's been reported that it's already been
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found on the european continent in belgium, that is from a sample that was taken from a young woman who said to have not been anywhere near the south of the african continent. she had indeed been to egypt and to turkey, and it's also said that she was unvaccinated key and that knock off will happen confirm. case of this variant is someone who came from abroad. this price was tested on november 22nd. he was not vaccinated and had no prior infection. all the phones in this case has been observed and confirmed. but i want to repeat it. it is a suspicious variant, but we don't know if it's a very dangerous one of all. as a result of this in you, countries are now scrambling to close their air space to a number of countries in the south of africa. that's because the super mutant strain has been found in several countries there. but it could already be too late, as that case in belgium shows. now not much is known about this particular mutation,
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but experts are really sounding the alarm over what they say, the potential properties of it could be. and the fact that it's such a heavy mutation just give you an example. experts in the u. k. have described this as being so mutated that it is barely recognizable when it compared to the original strain of cove at 19. and as a result of that, we have seen devastation across the world over the last 18 months or so. the european commission president is urging other countries to take heed and to also close their space. the european commission has today proposed to member states to activate the emerge. she break on travel from countries in southern africa, and other countries affected to limit the spread of the new variant. now the u. k was one of the countries that 1st decided to put that ban in place of flights
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coming add to and from those 6 countries in africa are. but it has said that that list could be expanded in the next few days with more and more countries being put back on the read less than that could cause so many fears that yet again, travel plans as we head into the holy c season will be thwarted, just as they were back in 2020. now this also comes at a time when there is a 5th wave of the pandemic hitting the european continent so much so that countries are putting new restrictions back in place. we've already seen partial lock downs and locked downs in some countries, like in austria and in the netherlands, and even here in france earlier this week, the french health minister saying that from the middle of january, people will have to have a 3rd job for covey. 19 of vaccine, if they don't, than their health pass to allow them access to every day, things like cafes and restaurants will no longer be valid. but the real concern
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here is if those experts are right that this mutation is so far removed from the original covert 19 variant will the vaccines that have already been creative, be enough? will the even be effective? or as many fear will they just be totally ineffective? against this strain, if that's the case, it's going to leave the politicians scratching their heads again and scientists having to go back to the drawing board. but the question many of us are now asking when will this end? hello, scientists say the new variant has an unusually high number of mutations, although there is so far, no evidence that is more deadly than any of the previous strains. a biologist are constantine severino, explain why it is cause however, for concern. if this theory and indeed is proficient, more proficient than delta and can substitute delta,
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then it's not the question of if the question of when it's very clear that this has been strain to merged in probably single individual which had a case of long code. it probably was this preston mune system where the you varian had gradually accumulated multiple mutations well being in the single person and then was released in the environment and started attacking new individuals. what they can do, it's mostly just slow down the distribution global distribution of you very. and what will happen whether they are restrictions like germany, as continue continue to say, i should say, a surge and coven infections, a new daily record of 76000 cases. the health minister says it's a vital to keep the new cobit strain out of the country if possible. log the situation is more dramatic than anything we've experienced so far. and the, my goal has to be to prevent this very and from entering the best of our ability.
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the last thing we need in this situation is a new variance being energized. and meanwhile, the german air force is being called in to help transform transfer cobit patients. from overwhelmed hospitals so far to military jets have been set aside just for this. and we heard from infectious disease export data death at all. he says that with all the issues and the new strain, any options are on the table. and the volume of this new barrier and spreads quickly on the vaccines we have now start working with, they're worried about situation. people who already are not clay, it may not be protected, but we have to wait and see if that worst case scenario becomes the case. maybe we'll be lucky on the vaccines will also work against this mutation of the moment. we don't know enough about it, there isn't a p c r test for. yeah, we have to be cautious it so that the virus is changing all the time. and several mutations occurred. viruses a multiply a few 1000 times a day. errors occur in the replication, and a new virus emerges when it's not unusual and it can happen every day. actually
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produces already tried to figure out whether that drugs will work against the new on the chrome variant. here in russia, the head of the gamma layer institute behind the sputnik re chart says testing will start as soon as the institute has a sample of the new strain. but so far they say they're optimistic. and then hungary, where the russian job has been widely adopted. a study has found that it is effective against all the earlier covariance and compared to the alternative vaccines. it was more successful at preventing hospitalization and death. well, budapest is now hoping the local production of sputnik v will start next year. although the drug is still waiting approval from the e. u regulator. the hungarian foreign minister peter c auto spoke with ortiz oaks on a boy about the need to de politicize. the issue i really don't find the verse to describe how i feel about the fact that there are still many countries. considering the issues of vaccination as if it had
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a political or, or ideological nature. you know, it's about the lives of the people. we knew. the lives of the people. what is it for them as far as the political? it's whether a political ideological debate, i'm very frustrated about that. to be honest. and i tell you why europe, your regulation speaks very clearly about hallway vaccine, can be approved on the $33.00 of the 2 ways. first, by the european madison agency, which is a normal, let's say, business of usual way of approving a vacuum. but a european regulation says that in case of the state of emergency, this one, the national regulators, are allowed to approve of actions also on a temporary basis. before we started to use both scrutiny casino far from china, the national regulator of ours has approved the use of both. which means that the use of scrutiny in hungary is being based on a european regulation. and that's why,
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to be honest, we don't understand why it is not being respected by the by the other member states . whenever i talk to western european colleagues of mine, western european colleagues of mine between for i, they always tell me that they know that the russian fire fick performance can be spoken of alcohol in very highly. and i said it 1st the best. of course it works well, hungary and experts have approve that. and regardless of the fact that privately, they all say that when it goes to public, they act totally differently. i have the luxury to be in this position for more than 7 years now. so i clearly remember who said what 56 years ago, and i remember the way we were really, really attacked. and we were considering very no very hostile way, very rude expressions were used enough. and those who treated us in
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a very rude way. they are now giving, basically a standing ovation to those who act similarly as we acted back in 2015. what do you think has changed in europe on that issue over the last 5 years? you know, i think there's a big hypocrisy. there might be some comments which, which sound to be different compared to what has been said since 2015 by the essence. by the essence of the european migration policy remained unchanged unfortunately. and if you look at the document or the statement or the founding document of the, of the new german government coalition, you will see that it's extremely pro migration. extremely present, a potent has ordered russian prosecutors to establish the cause of a deadly blas in a seberio and cold mine. to avoid a repeat of such tragedies that i told stones at $51.00 after one rescue. it was miraculously found alive in the mind. he described what happened it is one of those,
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alexander, how do you feel very gracious lucy, the stern. are you able to see better now? yeah, but we want, you still got to use it. well, bursting with crying that it all went well. you're far from room? well i didn't do anything special. i simply battled for my life. a whole host in my situation would have done this. say all this is nothing short of a miracle. one of the rescue workers who was presumed dead as of this morning, has unexpectedly turned up alive, report leaving, coming out to the rescuers on his own. he was one of those 6 missing rescuers who were declared yesterday to have not made it out of the mind when the operations was, were for to a halt. now this is obviously giving hope to the relatives of the victims. as of this point, there are now 51 victims, instead of 52 that was initially reported earlier this morning. but unfortunately,
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the authorities say that there's probably not much chance that they will find any more survivors of this is wanted of a kind miracle. as a matter of fact, the restoral himself is right now in stable condition. however, it's important to know just how unusual the says, especially given the chaos and the devastation that was going on in that mine. a quick breakdown of what happened is basically that almost a full day ago at 9 am on thursday local time. there were reports of an explosion and smoke spreading throughout the mine. 6 over 50 dead, i'll stay horrific. mine explosion inside various 8 30 am november the 25th. the mind with 285 people inside filled with smoke. after a methane explosion, a
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with 9 am november 25th actuation and rescue work starts. reports of 1st casualties authorities and now there is no contact with at least 37 people. 5 pm, november the 25th rescue operation suspended in mid fears. if possible. explosion with over 30 mine is still missing. rescue is say, there's not much hope left because it's minus have only 4 hours of oxygen supply. 10 pm november, the 25th group of rescue workers fails to come up after the threat of explosion. latent 3 of them were found today. oh, not a good 5. you'll be with 3
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15 pm november the 26th. a presumed dead rescue work came out on his own raising hope among the desperate families of mine as it is not the 1st deadly accident in this mine with another mclean explosion, claiming 13 lives in 2004 to my director and 2 others arrested over safety cravings, i 9 is to midland lee just yes, video list you good spot you out with are still on the program here on our t work. assign the ico activists target corporate giant amazon with a wave of black friday strikes and rallies that story animal. we are back in just a minute. ah
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dares sinks we dare to ask oh, could we to join us with this morning's program here on our tea? a black friday was supposed to bring mega profits to the wells biggest retailer, amazon, but across europe and much of america around the world, the event was actually over shadowed by protests, over the companies, treatment of workers and the environment. i can look up and reports from the heart of the demonstrations in the big apple. oh yeah. well we're here on 5th avenue and manhattan outside of the building where jeff bezos owns 4 floors of luxury apartments. and right out here. as you can see,
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we're seeing representatives of labor unions and progressive community activist groups who are assembling to demand the recognition of a union at the amazon warehouses now among the crowd, our amazon workers allies of the labor movement, progressive activists, et cetera. all highlighting the conditions of the amazon warehouses on demanding better treatment for the workers. here is some of what was in the call made for actions against jeff bezos on black friday. what is traditionally a top shopping holiday in the united states? the pandemic has exposed how amazon place is profits, head of work, as society and our planet amazon takes too much and gives back to little. the make amazon pay coalition is demanding higher wages for amazon's employees. an end to the worker surveillance policies extended sick leave and improvement of anti coated measures,
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an end to casual employment status and representation for the union. and they want amazon as well as it ceo jeff bezos to pay their fair share and taxes. now, last year on black friday, there were massive protests targeting amazon around the world. and this year continued that tradition, we saw actions in the united kingdom actions and latin america actions and bangladesh in many parts of the world targeting jeff bezos and amazon, highlighting the treatment of the workers and demanding union representation. now some of the protesters here today said that this is a global movement. we chose this day because we are following in the footsteps of what happened last year. and it proved to be the right thing to do because we're here to day. but when we woke up, the workers in europe are already blocking us warehouses in england, their actions all over the globe. and this, this is a massive movement against greedy capitalist like basis, last year's, as,
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as well as a 2019 were pretty big. but this year may be the biggest i me to day, you know, amazon workers in south africa walked off the job and was all workers in brazil and mexico walked off the job. so it's quite a gathering our seeing voices from the labor movement from climate change activists supporting groups. progressive organizations. while gathering here on 5th avenue in manhattan. caleb, marvin, archie, new york, amazon issued a statement in advance of the protest are defending its environmental recording, saying it provides safe working conditions on great benefits for all of its staff that many of them disagree. can you describe the conditions in the amazon warehouses? yeah, absolutely. they are brutal, especially around the holiday season. they work 10 to 12 hours would a extra day now. mandatory extra time for the next 6 weeks, $6.00 to $8.00 weeks. um, you know, work is going to be working 55 plus hours just to fulfill packages for christmas in
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holidays. wow. these warehouses are over a 1000000 square feet. so they walk. plus the 10 miles a day. they only feed all that all the, all the time. there's no real bathroom breaks because if they pick away from the top in the station, all that time will task in making absolutely b 5 for that. so they're subjected to, you know, long days of no ris, minimum graph and breaks, minimum break time in the working conditions that contain to get worse. i think it survives sad and ready bad. and especially what happening in the last 2 years in this country. people are suffering, especially the working class. jeopardy is a symbol of this country. but that county which is not based on the humanity was based on the greed, jeff bezos, and just in a minute is earning what amazon workers would dream of working in hours and hours and days. so we have to really focus on how they have so much
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money, so much control of markets and ability to drag down the wages. the washington post is receiving flack on line for a tweet suggesting that a deadly car ramming in wisconsin last sunday was caused by the vehicle not by the driver. we can show you that now deleted. tweeter refers to the tragedy caused by an s u v. it fails to make any mention that the driver has been arrested and charged with 5 counts of 1st degree homicide. the incident killed 6 people including an 8 year old child and injured over 60, according to the charges. the suspect is darrell brooks. he was previously convicted of sex abuse in charge with domestic violence. he also served time for candidates possession. it's been reported he shed pro, hitler means on posts on line coding for violence against white people. the washington post was ridiculed for failing to mention the suspect, or even his charges in the tweet. so why didn't they say that the canoes should
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tragedy was caused by an a r 15 caused by an s u. v. events unfolded notice of the left 6. the cover for black criminals, but depriving them of human agency. so the washington post said that the walk you said tara tech was caused by an s u v. i guess when my mother died on 911. it was the plains fault, has the s u. v. been charged, what are we doing? have common sense? s u v. laws. the other media outlets were also bastard for calling. what happened? a crash warranties contributor and political comment at lauren chen gave us her perspective on this story. i think there's absolutely evidence that the western media is downplaying to walk a show attack, especially when we consider their reporting of the cal written how shooting. i think the difference in coverage frankly comes from the fact that the walk a shaw attack cannot be used for political points by the mainstream media or by the left and those 2 things are increasingly synonymous. unfortunately,
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if we look at the cow rittenhouse attack, there was the narrative being painted that there were violent. trump supporters were going out and attacking gentle a peaceful protest. her to simply wanted racial racial equality and we saw something similar with the january 6th event. the narrative was being painted that was that there were violent right wing extremists who are intent on overthrowing the government. we saw something similar in charlottesville. there was actually a woman who was killed as a result of a car ploughing into a crowd of people. and for months, if not still currently the mainstream media painted that as a terrible terrorist attack, that was the result of political extremism. if we look at the numbers, the walker shaw tack is deadlier than any of those incidents that i've previously mentioned. 6 people have died dozens more injured yet because the attacker is a black male who we see from social media post actually had sympathies for black lives matter. there's not really many ways that the media can spin this in order to make the left look good, or to exert more power for left wing ideas. and therefore they've instead decided
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to just bury it completely. at this point, it's almost a cliche to ask people, can you imagine if the roles were reversed? but if the washer driver had, in fact, been white and he had injured 60 some black people and killed 6 of them, this would be international news. it would be news for months. we've talked about for years, the curtains folder on a costly production of the nutcracker, ballet and berlin this year before it had even been raised. that's a big fears to $1500000.00 euro show would be deemed as racist over the representation of eastern characters. who now get st. i moved his car there. i number of possibilities as he did not show any thing, but that can't be right. or you can say that you changed the content, but as he looked at everything on the head side and try programmatic part of a word, and then you have to interpret a question and reassess the word. and because society has came out, this is the time when the work was created was
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a long time ago. and that is the problem with historical performance out there in today's society, not people see many things differently and have re evaluated them. so i think that is also our task. so no cancel culture, but a lot of accompaniment, analysis and considerations. he does portly commingling, so the traditional production is now going back to the drawing board. key scenes facing the acts include a chinese dance. this sir described as presenting a quote, stereotypical image of the country and another in which a hurry him of ladies performed with a soloist, whose wearing so called black face makeup. while the move has prompted plenty of reaction. crazy. no. not crocker. in the berlin state ballet. nothing works in the failed state. berlin, except idiotic identity politics. berlin will become the capital of absurdist. done . people the production works. stop the use of blackface and is good. the no crocker per se is not the problem is the fatal decision against this masterpiece
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goldfish. basically, i would leave the pieces as they are and possibly write comments in the program guide. we see certain things differently to day than in the past. in 30 or 40 years, people will judge what we do to day, just as critically as we do today about the past that you have to live with that history changes. i think it's totally absurd to demand that historical documents, books of place be like us to day. that's what it comes down to. she would criticize everything that is different from what we think to day, but then it can't use artwork or literature from the past at all. they thought differently from us in the future. they're wanting different from the way we're seeing today. why you have to tolerate that north crystal. i'm not, not crack a story wraps up the news costs for this hour, giving you an idea of the state of affairs in the world to day. any stories you may have missed. check out our website all t dot com for the meantime. thanks for joining us. ah.
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