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ah, graves hey, in the back yard had a playground inside residential area is horrible, but suddenly rather common see here all across on boss and hain, the town of rebellion, ed to correspondent reports from the city and the guns republic now cleared of nationalists forces wave much needed for mandatory, an aide is being delivered to local stuff. huh. well thank you. thank you for the help for the humanitarian aid. we are grateful that you have brought us a glimmer of light and we will soon get out of this hell the price of diesel hits and all time high in the us as the biden administration tries to pin the blame on, plays it important for the mini on buying that narrative to when you move
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in, we all live in a state of information war or more accurately this information more. and his target is russia. russia told the u. n, the west only wants to kill one side of events. turning a blind eye to any pro russian argument over the world and a risk to the very unity of the you, hungary warns the blocks plans for total oil embargo against russia with a historical failure. ah, hello and welcome to international. we're coming to you for my headquarters here in moscow. thank you for joining us. what we stop at the latest on the ukraine conflict way ukrainian forces have accused russian troops of violating the ceasefire at the as of stoles still pound mario pole. but the criminal spokesperson said the russian military had not stormed the plant,
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but in suppressing attempts by ukrainian militants to take up positions. it comes off to new military and corridors have been opened to allow civilians to leave the site. and the united nations have started a 3rd evacuation operation from the plant. the un secretary general said the evacuations have been a success. and any $500.00 civilians have already flip is off small area. we heard from no calls about the current situation in mario pal. you christine, will we see mr. how long will this go on? our apartments burned down. we live in the basement. it's time to stock. we want people to loyal. it didn't forgiven a committee. we want to celebrate victory day on may, 9th. my grandfather fought in world war 2. she went from kia to berlin. yo. we would like to enjoy the holiday and have a victory parade here. like in moscow, we are waiting for peace. we wish every one only piece and tranquillity part of another plant around which there's been severe. fighting is these are yet chemical
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factory. earlier russian military forces came the city around for business, situated by the pound, had been cleared of nationalists forces locals anal trying to turns him some sovereigns of normality in the devastated city, which still has no water or electricity artes. maria from ocean of reports. where now he rubies no northwest of logan's cuz days ago, the frontline town, it's relatively safe at this moment. it is under the control the russian forces right now, but it has been seen of fierce fighting for many weeks. the front line now moved some 5 to 7 kilometers that way and live and people how slowly. but coming back here, it's possible to leave here, but there is now communication in the city, but at the moment it's safe here, my rental. do you have one water, electricity? there is no water, no lights, no gas in the yard, we all cooked together. it's good that it's summer now, but if it was winter, most people could freeze. my baby sleeps under 3 blankets. he says, mom,
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i'm called after shelley, he doesn't talk. lou bombed keith closed in on himself. as well out of this cars of recent battles are everywhere. graves hain, the back yard, had a play ground inside residential area is horrible, but suddenly, rather common seen here all across don, boss and hain, the town of rebellion had to once piece his back here we will get we buried properly at the city cemetery. but until then, this is where they are going to rest in peace. that may happen soon, the military se visit our gunpowder plant on the city's outskirts, as the ukrainian forces last position and the joint. russia, le, ganske republic, army, he's moving steadily forward. i see. uh huh. thank you. thank you for the help for the humanitarian aid you. we are grateful that you have brought us a glimmer of light and we will soon get out of this. hell, we are like beatles buried in the ground,
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but still living. i knew we will live with russia. i'm in the town school number 2 has long been turned into control and command center. you see it's also been targeted, but after the frontline moved further away from here, the military left is building and it's basement theresa's civilian shelter for local residence. this is where they've been hiding during heavy showering. we go to check whether the res life on the ground. we are told not everybody's ready to leave their shelter just yet. there is no fighting right now in the town, but there are still some people hiding in the shoulder because they are houses have been destroyed. it's dark here, there is no light. so we turn the camera haine to infrared regime thrust huge downloaded for that image, which musician when women wasn't gross, which is what deb recorded to this rich savage. she is to hear foreseeable,
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herschel. we brought some candles and bread. so we're gonna bring it to these people and i can't even say how many they are here. i was destroy, voice voice him. there are 8 people here in this tiny room. and i'm literally suffocating. here, there is no oxygen here at all. terrible conditions. one floor up local volunteers have organized and make shift clinic and pharmacy melissa, monitoring them up in the run, no hospitals, we have nothing. we help all citizens. all pharmacies have been looted. there is no medical help. we received $63.00 wounded in a month and a half, not one died. we treated everyone, even those whom we thought we would need to take to the hospital. you are heroes. we have diapers as a madison's can we give them to you? we ask people what they need, of course, who can, i'm tired of fighting for medicine. we just don't have any supplies. there is no
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place to take them. we leave everything we brought with us, some bread medicines and children's products at the school. these are packages sent by people in russia, packed for those suffering to meet the conflict in the don bus, which they asked us to deliver as aide in this conflict, journalists often connect those in need. with those willing to help. there is hope that some normality will return to the town in future, but it's cleary, they'll need a lot of outside help for quite some time. rates, notional t b. s. now. meanwhile, russian territory came under fire on thursday morning with the local authorities claiming ukrainian forces shell. the town in the bulger was region located just a few kilometers from the border. 5 houses were damaged with one entirely destroyed, no injuries were reported among the towns. citizens and power lines are also said to have been hit. belgrade governor said, all the homes hit by shilling will be result. locals have spoken about how they
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live in the face of constant rocket attacks and i live right there. my house was also damaged, broken fragments fell a little further there. over there, you see everything has also suffers. the roof is damaged, their mother, it was a dog. there were also damaged. everything was damaged. there were 2 missiles, one leaded outside the village. well, they are often here. the military showed them down only the fragments or landing. oh, we hear explosions that we will leave. what ask can we do? we might even leave today. the price of diesel has hit an all time high in the united states, as the country continues to struggle with fuel distribution amid the ukraine war. the average price of diesel is heading to $6.00 a gallon. the fuel is crucial to the u. s. economy, as it powers big trucks, locomotives, and ships. it bring the vast majority of goods to market. a prominent new show
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anchor talked on air about out of control inflation in the country and said truckers are sending him videos of them spending more than a $1000.00 a time. filling their tanks. you put $1200.00 in your gas tank. and just 6 months ago it was costing you 6 or 700, right? the, the exponential reality of it is starting to say again, you can, you, you just can't walk that back. it touches every single thing that matters in this country from food production to transportation. obviously. all of it are truckers, brien. the potent price like the ones i know, art guy said to me the other day. it's like, it's like falling down the stairs in slow motion. you know, it's, we know it's coming, we're watching it happen. it's happening in real time, and it's not just diesels notches gasoline. meanwhile, the biden administration is trying to persuade americans that president putin is responsible for the inflation. however, according to recent polls, most people on
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a find that narrative and think, biden basis, one's ability for the high of fuel prices, as inflation was surging. well before the ukraine war. after this week winning the republican nomination for the senate and higher trade, yvonne's claimed it was a mistake to get involved in what's going on between russia and ukraine when there are so many problems at home. what the us state department is saying is a major problem with russia. at the end of the day we serve to defend our own country. i got your list that were focused on this border and ukraine. i don't get to be honest with you. i don't really hear what happens to you for one way or another. i do care about the fact that in my community right now, the leading called the death, among 18 to 45 year old is mexican fentanyl is coming across the southern board. i'm sick of job by focusing on the border of a country. i don't care about. well, what's the border of his own country become a total war zone? we spoke to mary, can talk about it and coleman, to get his opinion on the rising fuel prices. and he's convinced that the binding
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administration is more to blame than russia. i believe that personally comes right straight down to, to the administration. being the reason for the price, they seem to be very keen on letting it go as high as possible. they blame things on other countries like russia. it's hard to put your finger on a single slide. welcome all the stairs. personally, i don't believe that that has anything to do with the, with the, with the price hike, ocean you and gasoline in the united states, not at all. it affects all. busy drivers as well as myself, so where it's where it's hurting the trucking industry is they're the rates don't reflect it. and so that means that there's not profit to be able to pull load and so you're single truck drivers are just, you know, independent operators. just saying i can't make any money. i'm just going to part of my truck until this is solved at this information war,
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that's how much goes representative to the united nations and banded the with attitude towards russell position in the ukraine war. proceeding the bins, you insist that the, with somebody doesn't want to hear any argument. and if it's against russia, student resumes his turn. you think we all live in a, in a state of information war or more accurately disinformation war. and his target is russia, the international community needs to hear only one version of the events, the so called atrocities of the russian soldiers. keyless civilians not the router, and yet the international community doesn't need to hear anything about the ukrainian provocations above the way their army uses civilians as human shields. they don't less civilized use humanitarian corridors which russia provides. if someone does escape, they are shot in the back by ukraine in forces. there is plenty of evidence for this. you just don't want to hear it. or if you are gross and when the members of the security council, the countries started speaking how it became clear, there were very big differences between the major powers represented are when the
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representative of china's folk use the opportunity to call for a d escalation. but also to criticize the nato coalition and call out the anniversary of the day on which nato forces attacked into the chinese embassy and yugoslavia to hinder delivering the weapons to ukraine will not to live apiece. and the conflict has no women this dialogue with negotiations, the only and inevitable way to resolve disputes. far from making your of any safe up nato's constant east would advance since the cold war have. so the seeds of conflicts on the 7th of may, it would have been 23 years, its native fight, a number of precision guided missiles at the chinese embassy in yugoslavia. china will never forget such a barbaric atrocity and will never allow this to be repeated again. now the representative of the united states, so who was sharing the meeting and her rotating role as she's the rotating president of the security council?
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she spoke and when she spoke, she accused a russia of simply like she didn't get into specific. she just claimed that basically everything russia says is somehow against viruses, theory or ally. russia is even claimed that ukraine is attacking itself that they bomb their own buildings, attack their own people, and assaulted their own democracy. these lies defy all logic. all evidence and common sense. now the whole world knows that since 2014, there has been shelling and attacks on don boss and the eastern regions of ukraine . ah, that there has been a huge effort to lock a russian speaking people in ukraine out of the political process. there has been relentless attacks, my son against civilians, i and, and what she's saying simply doesn't match the very well by a verifiable record of the dance that of taking place in that country where you've 19,
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you don't know and you don't want to know what insults and hatred was targeted against everything related to russia, not just at the everyday level, but also the level of governmental officials and public figures. you don't know that since you korean gans independence, observed ukrainian school history books have spoiled an entire generation of people full of hatred of russia. bruce, a phobia, has become a national idea. you won't find in russia anything of the soul to was ukraine and ukrainians. grades were, again very clear. i and the testimony that was heard as well as from the remarks made by various countries. it became very, very clear that there is a big gap between how the major powers representative the security council of these events. i, you, as leaders have a narrative where russia is simply acting nonsensically without any possible provocation rush on the other hand, is pointing out what has led up to the situation and the real crimes and atrocities that have been committed over the past 8 years since the ad states toppled the ukrainian government 2014 and installed a kind of nato profit regime. and i,
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and at that point i, you know, there, there just doesn't seem to be a clear point of agreement about what's going on in ukraine among the great powers . i, you know, we have shyness leaking up and talking about nato's, our actions around the world that have led to instability in other parts of the world. so quite a me, but not really much accomplished in terms of countries finding common ground. if the un security council on the u. s. senate has possible there could leave members of the opec group of leading oil producers and their partners open to legal action to become, or the bowl still needs to pass the full senate and house and be signed by president biden. it will not federal courts to enforce traditional anti trust decisions against oil producing nations. it's break that down, both pick member states and oil companies are currently protected by sovereign immunity laws. the so called no pick legislation is apparently intended to protect
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us consumers and businesses from supply cuts and global oil pipe pipes by opec, which america is not a member of the bill comes and growing tensions between washington and oil. cotton members off to opec refused to increase production back in march. the grouping recently came there was no spare capacity to replace sanctioned russian oil supplies. co director of the institute for the analysis of global security dr. gall loft still believes the ball has a long way to go and could provoke a response from members of the oil cartel. i expect that it will not become law, and it will never reach the president's desk. because it's ineffective, barely legal. and it will bring about considerable retaliation by those little countries that are targeted by this bill. i think it, it will backfire because the saudis have already said
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a long time ago and different durations of this bill whenever it popped up. they said that they're going to retaliate by starting to shift the oil trade from dollars to alternative currencies, which could open the floodgates. expedite the fall of the dollar from a prone as global reserve currency, at least in the commodities market. that's why i think that we cannot discount the retaliatory measures that some of those countries can take, especially now when this is not only back, it's also open. plus, which means not only the members of cartel, but also all the other exporting, including russia. the u. s. is providing real time battle font battlefield, intelligence, ukraine, helping the army to target russian troops and less according to reports in the new
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york times. in response to moscow said it was already aware of the intelligence assistance coming from the west. denija stays a nato are providing intelligence data to ukraine. this is well known and of course, together with the arm supplied to ukraine by the same countries and the alliance hold of those actions are not helping rapidly finalize the operation. although they cannot hinder the achievement of objectives set for the special military operation, washington provided intelligence that allowed ukrainians to the kate and strike the russian naval flag ship the musk for last month. 2 senior american officials told the new york times magazine, the revelation about the sunken warship comes on the hills of another report which claimed shed intel had also helped ukraine kill a number of russian generals. but the pentagon has confirmed that it does share information. it denied it was aimed at striking russian military leaders. united states provides battlefield intelligence to help ukrainians defend their country. we talked about that quite
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a bit. we do not provide intelligence on the location of senior military leaders on the battlefield or participated in the targeting decisions of the ukrainian military. well, decades ago during the iran iraq war, the u. s. military and intelligence communities gave secret information to saddam hussein. and yet did nothing to stop his subsequent gas attacks, some of the worst chemical attacks in history. and that's according to foreign policy magazine. we got the take of former us marine corps intelligence officer, scott ritter. clearly the u. s. is directly involved. it doesn't mean that you have to have boots on the ground, but involvement in the form of the provision of near real time intelligence information that has an impact on the battlefield is defacto evidence of, of, of u. s. involvement. and then, of course, there's the ongoing provision of weaponry which has been provided to the ukrainian armed forces used in combat against the russian troops. i has caused
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casualties amongst the russian forces. this is a political game being played by the west. most of this is quitman. is old, obsolete though it appears to work when it arrives in ukraine, but are rapidly break down. so the sickness equipment is next to useless in the sad reality is the vast majority of ukrainian soldiers who will be called upon to man. this equipment will probably become casualties, chose this equipment to sold so bad, and won't function the way it's intended to a potential historical failure that risks, the very unity of the you. that's the warning from langley's prime minister over the deluxe plan for turtle embargo of russian oil. it's all been also said hungry cannot support the new package of sanctions. and it's kind of phone neither hungary know that use a whole is ready to adopt and implement the measures as proposed by the commission . sanctions should be adopted at
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a time when all necessary preconditions are met in old member states. ear unity is under threat. that is, according to hungary prime minister victor open. he has made the claim as the block members currently, once again trying to thrash out a new deal. the sanctions, a 6 package against russia now all been has been pretty clear. the budapest will not support the proposals that would undermine its own energy security, and the hopes of a complete embargo when it comes to importing russian oil would do exactly that. he's written a letter to ursula vaughan delane outlining his concerns. if the commission insists on the adoption of his proposal, he will have to bear full responsibility for historical failure in the course of european integration. now he is also poured cold water on the plan saying that neither hungry knew the e. u as
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a whole is actually ready to adopt and to implement such measures that both hungry and slovakia have been offered. the extension of an additional year in this embargo which would take them until next year at rather than at the end of this year. however, this hasn't apparently convinced either of them. now that is likely to put. ringback both countries at loggerheads with poland, which has been pretty clear, its prime minister once again stressing that a complete band not just on russian oil but also on gas is needed. this is motor, bi etzky, who also wants russian assets and federal reserves confiscated i've always advocated for the harshest set of sanctions. so i know what i'm talking about. we should not look for any kind of scape goat or point at this or that country, because we know that there were much bigger countries that were trying to stop, to decelerate, to postpone to procrastinate. no motivates. he had said that some countries had
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actually wants to be more dependent on russian gas, adding that everyone knows who they are. a fairly thinly veiled reference that to berlin, which had been due to approve the new stream to gas pipeline. this would have all gas straight from russia directly into germany. however, more via ski doesn't believe that the differences of, of positions that we've seen from some countries over oil and gas will hold out. he doesn't believe that they will be a block on sanctions. but of course, those discussions are due to continue on friday and possibly over the weekend to if the 27th member states cannot meet and have an agreement there's only a few days left before the victory day celebrations and moscow's in the midst of rehearsals for the military parade. we're starting our special coverage with the
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story of ivan, that kitten, a soviet what or to intelligence victim. at the start of the war, he was too young to serve, but like many soviet children, he lied about his age. to pass the draft, he told of how he did not want to sit on the fight. when germany invaded the ussr over the gentleman out the server cherish her regular was my scottish? no, but he's wrong writing yashimi. mr. doc rhodes or not john. but for her to scroll. no,
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many find themselves worlds apart, we choose to look so common ground american assistance ukraine continues a paste so much, so it begs the following question. at what point will russia consider the us to be a co belligerent in this conflict? the fact is, washington is at war with russia, and russia is being forced to respond during my daily liquidity shall know what was shown, a portion of my down, you know, to be shy, a court. where did you wanna put a shot network with the question?
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