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for a a talk is done with tens of thousands taken to city streets around the country in support of the recently outward prime minister in ron khan, who says washington pushed for his removal because of his close ties with russia and china with joe biden is to hold talks with indian prime minister in our restaurant, modi as the us escalator pressure for india to distance itself from moscow and quote, downscale purchases of russian weaponry western media. once again shows that ukrainian forces displaying not these symbols without mentioning the fact as an icon of an s s division is clearly seen in images of ukrainian soldiers praying for
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victims of the war. and russia says king is trying to pull as of nationalists out of the battle from arguable as the ukrainian side was as control over the city . i came here from locals, who describe harrowing experiences under the neo nazi as of fighters who previously control the city. fighting here booth, especially ferocious, but these at least over now, people are on to get out the streets in that they use. this is human, a nationalist mount, i guess, would drive into our residential neighborhood. i mean, i or something now and then run away with broadcasting live direct, most studios in moscow. this is our international and john thomas certainly glad to have you with us. are now pakistan has been jolted by mass protests in cities
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around the country and following the parliament ouster of prime minister iran con, at the weekend, tens of thousands have taken to the streets in support of the outgoing liter. ah, ah, the parliament held a vote of no confidence on saturday against him on conn following a week's long political stand off with opponents taking issue at his economic and foreign policies. however, con insists the motion against him was rooted in the us back. conspiracy to remove him, parliament is now set to appoint a new prime minister. vaughn has said that he won't recognize a replacement. he appeared at a large demonstration in the capital islamabad on sunday, and emphasized his gratitude to supporters in
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a message on twitter. thank you to all pakistanis for their amazing outpouring of support and emotions to protest against us back regime change abetted by local, merge a farce to bring into power a quarter re of pliable crooks all out on bail. it shows pakistani at home and abroad, have emphatically rejected this. i what he is a journalist for last. there he is. this is what i mean with the u. s. has denied the allegations of having interfered in the motion against con,
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saying it respects pakistan's rule of law. but many of his supporters suspect the opposite focused on pakistan. legitimate government has been removed after us interference on all the institutions, including the judiciary, assisted in this. those same thieves and looters have been imposed on us again. made me so boldly to now lies. and we don't want our hopes to and our children now struggling like how we did. we want to tell them hell would, this is not a democratic way to end the government. what does americans think? they will bias. that will happen. everyone should raise their voice against the decision as the us wraps up pressure over new delhi as close ties with moscow. joe biden is to hold a virtual summit with indian prime minister. and marty new delhi has increasingly come under fire from the west over its neutral stance on the ukraine conflict.
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monday's summit proceeds scheduled to plus 2 talks later in the day between the u. s. and indian top diplomats and defense ministers. that's after us defense secretary lloyd austin, called on india, to quote, downscale is purchases of weaponry from russia. we believe that it's not in their best interest to continue to invest in russia equipment. and our requirement going forward is that they downscale types of equipment that they're investing in and, and look to invest more in the types of things that will make us continue to be compatible. experts however, say similar alternatives to russian weaponry would be too expensive for india to purchase. moscow and new delhi have strong military ties and reinforced their cooperation last year. russia accounts for almost half of india's arms imports. we heard from an indian and military analyst who says the country is unwilling to reach compromises and choosing its partners that was from the united states as well
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. in the last few years. are we able to sell their defense for india, indian national interests, our foremost to us and no compromises? based on that in how we choose part knows all we use our alliance as we look at the russian federation and before that. so with the union big guy and, and the quality of the hardware we have taken from ratio or word or decades, it will not be out of the way to say that it is much more dependable in terms of availability, the price point, and also the technology you're going to spare, which is used in that bank with which we were writing on the days in the deserts. certain space would also be using that header. got. so that is the uniformity of how the spare part and maintainance is done. and it's a very important factor, because when you see the americans on the other side, b which were fun with manufacturing, even the similar kind of a bunch, a helical manufacturing, some kind of
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a gun system or artillery guns. their technology is divergent and also the maintenance requirements are quite high and exorbitant at times. so i don't think so. our national interests are going to get subjugated to a condition anymore. so just like the u. s. interest of supreme, but i showed it as a supreme our interests are supreme to us and in that gamut. what are, what we are developing has to be mutually beneficial and the spectral. and that is that, that's the way i look at western media has been caught displaying neo nazi symbols among ukranian forces without mentioning that fact and their coverage of a religious event for casualties in the key of region. you know the key. yeah, i mean it was for the, for the, the highlighted symbol refers to the nazi s, s galatia division formed during world war 2, among collaborators in what is now western ukraine and poland. it has been
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internationally recognized as a criminal organization. and such nazi symbolism is officially banned in ukraine, but streets in some ukrainian cities have been named after the glacier division and marches to honor it are openly held. now this is not the 1st time the western media has displayed such symbols. last month, the b b. c ran a report, interviewing ukrainian soldiers featuring one who is displaying and not c s. s sculls symbol. we heard from independent journalist taylor who duck, who says the western establishment media isn't going to focus on neo naziism in ukraine because it doesn't fit into their narrative. it is quite puzzling that the sign would include something like this, but of course it may show that the media is just becoming a little too comfortable and feeling a little bit too competent. the fact that they would portray the ukrainian folder appear to have these nazi symbols. and as we know that there are nazis, i wouldn't even say neo nazis, but not these in ukraine,
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in the western mainstream media outlets, in fact reported on this around 20132014. but now, because it serves the west, they are no longer going to be talking about that and highlighting this. and so it's very disturbing to see western media outlets and western government support nazis in ukraine right now. and that is precisely what we are seeing. and i think that this is all because it serves again, the interest of western governments in western intelligence agencies. we've seen time and time again. that unfortunately, it is as if it is the role of the mainstream media to sort of push the propaganda that serves the western nato. allied country. fighting is currently raging in the city of marble in the done yes, the republic with the russian military saying kiev has been trying to pull out neo nazi. as of battalion troops from the battle, the cities ukrainian mer has reportedly admitted that at least half of the city is
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now held by russia. ukrainian president zelinski recently told the associated press that marble does that quote, the heart of this war because the outcome of the battle could define upcoming peace negotiations or cheese. but i got your reports from the area. as you can see, we have been able to reach the water front. here in the middle, almost the geographic middle of mario bull. city rece means that the ukrainian forces in the city itself has now been split into at least 2 pots, perhaps more because they're in the distance. eas, viaz of steel and iron works industrial complex, which is where thousands of ukrainian nationalists are making their stand we, we don't want a walk out to the water front because there's merely a kilometer between us and the as of steel, industrial complex,
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which is well within range of a good sigh, but on the other side is the port of mario book, which is where another group of ukrainian forces troops as well as nationalist elements of also been surrounded. they have already lost a significant part of the port which has been liberated by russian forces. but again, this means that a significant amount of ukrainian troops have now been split and encircled. it all came at a tremendous cost. ukrainian nationalists made fortresses at the people's home, the neighborhood even as they forbid them from leaving those whom under the penalty of dead human shields on top of scorched earth. this is the rites bank of marble orbits, downtown and city center fighting here was especially
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ferocious, but it is at least over now. people are once again that the streets no longer hiding in basements. some of them with what possessions they have left on cards, their apartments and houses burned. some buildings are more or less. okay . others, as you can see, are completely destroyed, burned, and on the verge of collapse. mir streets away. now, there are the, there is, you know, the fighting the combat yet people here they that him so much as turn and local or flinch at the sound of explosions and gunfire. wherever you go and liberated areas . todd and weary civilians pull cars, piled with their possessions or firewood, alluded with water for weeks they had been unable to do,
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even that. now that the shock and horror of battle have worn off, they speak frankly hungry here long enough. they used as human shields from those nationalist monsters when drive into a residential neighborhoods. fire something loud, then ran away before the return. fire came. they used as an even took away our fate . the lawyer kicked that. it's the same story all over the city. the nationalists, who are predominantly from west and regions of ukraine, have always viewed the pro russian east of the country with disdain. they despised us, we all knew it even children, they would make them seem ukrainian handsome before and after lessons. and if they refused, their grades would be lowered and the parents were too scared to complain. when putin spoke of genocide in ukraine, against russian peoples and russian culture. this is what he meant. the kidnappings,
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the secret prisons and torture, the brain, washing of thousands, western press ignored this. people were too scared to cry out for help. he said, you know, they told us, if we have to retreat the room, what city off the face of that at the nationalist sat this tacitly back in 2014. i remember the nationalist fest to pete and asked to take it. women in the keel had been give fess called amal defenders. and one of them turned around and told half of those who sadly came here to defend you with come to make mince me, ta, ta, v, and maps what they're doing now. where i'd gazda of o t for mario bull. russian daniel could joint forces have freed 47 sailors from foreign vessels captured by as of nationalist in mar, you pulled. the vessels were reportedly seized on sunday and used as firing positions russian as are by johnny, egyptian and ukrainian sailors were among those liberated by russian forces. we
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heard from some of them as they described, what they experienced were ukrainian forces came on board, introduce themselves at the zone battalion. they saw that the control console was operational and decided to break it using the stocks of their rifles in their code . the wires jewel, it's on the navigational and radio hardware all was destroyed. when the assault came here, they used an excuse to come, they claimed we revising russian military ships through balsam with cruise. here they forced the crew to come here to the captain's bridge. they told us to lay down took all the money, phones, laptops, everything valuable. they didn't, he does though, didn't press physically too much here. but currently, i mean, there are 14 people in the crew. 13 of them are ukrainians, one as russian. yeah. the russian army visited us as well offered to provide food and water,
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no one offered evacuation. then we've been told to stay at the port ever since we entered it. we are happy to finally head back home. we had no contacts or chance to talk to our families. it's very unusual to leave the ship this way. some western journalists have started to question the mainstream media's interpretation of events in ukraine, particularly the situation in boucher where images of civilians, dead bodies have been used by ukrainian and western officials to accuse russia of war crimes. the international community was quick to accuse russia, the mass killings of civilians before any investigation had taken place. russia in turn said the incident in butcher appeared to have been a staged provocation by here. italian journalist george o bianchi says the west has not provided direct evidence for its claims against russia, willow pulled or to see more. i didn't see any clashes between the russian military and local. the russian soldiers are under orders to behave decently kindly towards
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the local population. i don't see any reason why the russian army would miss treat ukrainian civilians. my immediate doubt is due to the delays. information from the initial reports about dead bodies came only after a substantial amount of time had passed since the russians left the area. why didn't anyone report about those parties earlier? why was there such a delay? there are a lot of things that don't make sense. and there's no direct evidence to connect the russian army with any of these crimes, none into. i can't believe that the professional trained russian army would engage in such an incident with civilians in the territory that a want to manage the russian army can't allow even the slightest mistake. because the western media are there waiting for a convenient moment to cast glam against russia, that's why russia could not have behaved in such a way. the global community has come out in support for ukrainian refugees raising not only attention to the humanitarian crisis, but also billions of dollars to help people displaced by the conflict. politicians
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and celebrities raised about $11000000000.00 in a recent international drive called stand up for ukraine. organizers saying that more than $4000000.00 ukrainian refugees will receive funding from the event. it's an outpouring of support. unlike what has been seen regarding migrants from war torn nations in the middle east. the un refugee agency drew attention to displace nationals from war torn syria in a recent report saying that last year it received less than half of the funding it needed to help them. and this year, we 7 percent we heard from syrians who spoke out against the west apparent double standards in regard to their situation as they struggled to survive this morning, president biden poised to come face to face with ukrainian survivors for the 1st time president today had refugees in the crowd of his big address, and he also met directly with ukrainian refugees at a stadium in warsaw. he visited a soccer stadium, turned into
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a refugee center in warsaw, where he got to talk with mothers and children at dc ukrainian. refugee got a selfie with president biden, while about 2500000 syrian children who fled that country have been shunned by the u. s. president of how to vote. although the war in ukraine broke out a very short time ago. the u. s. president visited those ukranian refugees. in our case all they wanted to destroy our country. they never cared about the refugees of displaced. we've been in distress for a while, but no one offered us anyhow. oh, we should. we have been surrounded and suffered hunger, thirst in extreme weather. no one helped us, not even the americans have at 100. 20000 bombs have been dropped on syria rock by the u. s. and allies. nearly 400000 syrian civilians have been killed while the u. s. is only accepted nearly $25000.00 syrian refugees. many accredited refugees were la. what was to stay in europe? closure their homes?
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well, we've also will walk them 100000 ukrainians. united states will focus on reuniting families. but why is it because ukrainians look european this is a relatively civilized, relatively european. they look like any european family that you would live next door to. this is not a developing bud. well, nation, this is your or is it because the us wouldn't like what syrian refugees would tell them? the american dream is aligned, there is no such thing. we're living on our land. what do they have to do with this? they hired bandits, gave them money to control us law. one of the americans don't care of villians live or die. they only care about the militants. i definitely don't expect the u. s. president to visit us because he doesn't care about the syrian people. he doesn't care if we are hungry or not. all he seeks is his personal interest. energy prices have been skyrocketing in europe with no end in sight,
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mid suffocating sanctions against the world's largest fossil fuel export, or russia around 18000000 households in the u. k. are expected to see their energy bills go up by more than 50 percent this month. some experts have started to draw frightening parallels with the energy crunch of the $970.00 s when a fuel shortage severely impacted people around the globe parties refill ashna reports. the u. k is in crisis morris johnson desperately looking for new sources of energy. he promises to build one nuclear reactor, a year, fix mistakes, so that britain is never blackmailed as he claims by russia. this is about tackling some of the other mistakes of, of the past to making sure that we are set well for the future. i will no longer subject to will never again subject to the vagaries of the global all gas prices. we can't be subject to blackmail as it were from people such as vladimir putin. we have energy security here in the u. k. the mistakes of the past i felt deeply. the
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situation is critical. the u. k. has not had such problems since the energy crisis of the 19 seventy's. this really is a historic shock to real incomes. the shock from energy prices this year will be larger than every single year in the 19 seventy's. so what happened in the seventy's? the 1973 arab israeli war prompted an oil embargo by opec that led to a fuel shortage and resulted in global recession. the world suddenly realized just how dependent it was on the middle east and opec for its oil. britain suffering chronic inflation and rising prices. very similar to current inflation rates. they calls fade limits, lines at petrol stations. i remember joining long queues to my local petrol station round or pinkerton, and being limited to a gallon or to a 4 star. wellstar country was plunged into crisis. a few observers was saying that
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the answer to high prices is always high prices. and so it proved consumption was carved into and i to seventy's and supply grew dramatically back. then the government even urged citizens to hate only one room to save money. what is being offered now? something similar, the labor party quickly came up with a solution in the spirit of the seventy's, koresh and energy rolling blackouts. the government should be preparing not necessarily in public for that situation. there's a lot of complacency in this country about the relative lower exposure to russian gas that we have. the labor proposal is far from universally popular, but boris found his own way out. on april the 1st, the government hiked electricity prices by 54 percent. at these to record 30 year inflation rate and experts say hundreds of thousands of u. k. citizens could be pushed below the poverty line. this will see a further 1300000 people fall, interrupt poverty next year,
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including 500000 children. the 1st time britain has seen such a rise in poverty outside of recessions. so trying to correct what it calls the mistakes of the past, the u. k. is now a tweak of fallen into an even darker reality. the fierce protests have erupted in france after the presidential elections 1st round, ended up with a mere 3 percent gap between incumbents and menu, micron and right wing candidate marine the pen in the city of rent. hundreds of people protested against both micron and le pen shouting anti fascist slogans. demonstrators were seen setting up barricades and even starting a fire with a significant police presence in the place. it's estimated that around 500 people at the streets of the french town following the election results. one, this was crosswise to rp correspondent, charlotte pinsky, who is in paris for us. charlotte, just a 3 percent gap between the incumbents,
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mccrory and right wing candidate marine the pen. why is this race so close? well, that's why this is a re run of what we so 5 years ago. and it is much closer. and much of that has been to do with some of the anger that's been seen against president mack on. but also the fact that the pen has a really ab boyd on the last a few weeks of the fact that she has been campaigning about the cost of living, crunch hair in france. let's look at those results around 27 percent precedent. mack, on who said he wants to unite all of france, whereas marina penn was just 3 points lower, saying that she wants to put france back in order. now what was interesting is both of them. so an increase in their votes compared to 2017. but who also saw an increase in voting was john luke millichef, who came in 3rd at just under 22 percent. he's not being seen as the king maker
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in this election in 2 weeks time. now he has already said to his electorate, do not go and vote for the pen, but he hasn't called on them to vote for macklin and already crunching the numbers here in france with a suggestion that his vote is off split evenly. 3 way, whether that's mackerel, a pen or deciding to abstain entirely from the vote and that could play a pretty crucial part in this election in 2 weeks time. those from the radical right and nationalists have already said, use you a vote full, a pen all on the party saying no, we must block her. go out and support mack on. but it is expected to be an incredibly tight run of much, much tighter than what we saw 5 years ago that lead from macro at the moment. not said to be comfortable a tool. there's big issues. as i mentioned, the cost of living crisis, which is something that the pen is really strategized on over the last few weeks.
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and it said that mack on will now go on the attack in the next fortnight, really pulling apart marine, the pens, ties to the kremlin. she's been pro russian in the past and also wanting to attack her economic agenda, which would see no tax paid for those who are under 30. i mean really, france has a decision to make now and there is an awful lot to play for. i don't use charlotte davinsky cape and across the situation there in france, a very important and interesting situation. we know you'll stay across it for us and the future as well. or now, before we go a developing story in the moscow region where in a parents gas explosion has erupted at an apartment building in the town of stupid killing, at least 2 people and injuring 7 others. about 60 residents have been evacuated as emergency workers, clear away the debris and make sure no one is left inside. our news team is
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following the situation and as the story develops, we will bring you updates on that. does it for us this hour? i'll be back in, let's say, 32 minutes with another full fresh look at your news. this is our international students. the l look forward to talking to you all. that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings, except where said shorter is it conflict with the 1st law? show your identification. we should be very careful about on personal intelligence . and the point obviously is to great trust rather than fear. i would like to take on various jobs with artificial intelligence. real summoning with
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ah ah hello and welcome to cross stock were all things we considered i'm peter about lies and liars, n b c. news reports, u. s. intelligence agencies have been deliberately laundering foaming, stories about the warn ukraine through the media. those of us who have watch carefully the conflict suspected this all along. when you're losing an argument or a war, the 1st line of defense is to lie. ah, to discuss these issues and more i'm joined by my guess judge you brown.


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