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oh, sure, my indiana. oh, i can send more a month or put them out to think about them. no obstacles from moscow. that's the message from russian's talk. diplomat does. he condemns kia, void black of action to resolve the great ex issue. like a lot of roles met with his counterpart to discuss ways to facilitate the export from ukraine. class under my feet are thousands of jobs of gordon, which was burned down the storage facilities were set on fire as ukrainian nationals, battalions were retreating. we infect tons of rain in the port of mariano po which russia bays was sabotaged by retreating, ukrainian with multi crew find document. thank
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ukrainian. near not the battalion fighters were planting mines in civilian areas and the don't bounce back in 2016. with the seemingly aware of that it's a nation and a lecture about media freedom about to be about to do with reactivate joining the course of international condemnation of the u. s. posted summit of the americas now thought the washington cherry pick to which country to renounce with very welcome. this is all the international with the late is world news out. date is good to happy with us. at the west has been deliberately exaggerating the issue of ukrainian grain exports. russia's top diplomat says off the talks with his counterpart in ankara, like a lot of states. russia is prepared to facilitate exports from ukrainian poets,
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but kids isn't ready to cooperate. logo newman, we've paid great attention to the ukranian grain export issue, which our western colleagues together with key f. r, trying to blow up to the level of global catastrophe. however, the amount of grain we're talking about accounts for no more than one percent of that produced globally. we have never had any obstacles from our side for resolving this issue, which is a minor one. indeed, if the ukrainian side is ready to cooperate, we are only willing to do so. without that the west has been accusing russia, the allegedly stealing ukrainian grain supplies something moscow has completely denied. all correspondent who is traveling with life roth has the dease has about the farm in his, his talks. turkey has been very keen to play the role of the number one mediator in the conflict. and so the conversations between the foreign ministers of russia and turkey are very important. so dozens of vessels have been blocked in the ukrainian port city of
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a desa. and while mister allowed rav accused the government in kiev of pretty much turning them into hostages, his turkish colleague acknowledged that the cranium mines in the waters near odessa were the key obstacle in this logistical deadlock survey lab, rob repeated several times that russia has no intention of causing any problems to the ships if they are allowed to leave odessa, the russian foreign minister made it clear several times that the ball at this point is in key of court. in the mean time, a senior ukrainian security official has just announced that to the ships and the grain aren't going anywhere before ukraine gets the security guarantees. and several days ago, we actually card what the key of means by that from the president. the cranium
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government wants to receive an tight ship systems. so for you grain, it seems it's weapons 1st and the mining 2nd. this is something that essentially survey, la rav called an adequate during his press conference on wednesday. don't you go noted when you'll grade schoolers, until recently, ukrainian officials, including president zalinski, were publicly saying they were prepared to remove mines from these waters to resume green exports to let international ships out just a couple of days ago. i heard present zalinski say, give us anti ship weapons and we will resolve this issue by ourselves. i think everyone understands how adequate such statements marveling. in the meantime. so in the west have accused russia of stealing grain from ukraine. the russian side firmly denies that. and the un officials have said that, so far, they found no evidence of that. despite that, however, during the presser,
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a question on the matter came up, take a listen stool is, who could i have all the things that russia has stolen from ukraine. you. what else has it managed to sell waves in your home? sir? you are obsessed with this concept of stealing of your you think everyone does such things? but this is my answer. we're implementing the goals that we announced publicly to spare eastern ukraine from the pressure of the new nazi regime. that's what we're doing. it asked for the grain. i have already explained that the grand can be freely transported to its destinations. brushes, creating no obstacles for that is necessary, the mistress lensky. give a command if he still has command over anything to allow foreign and ukrainian ships to enter the black sea. sir, he lab. rob's next stop in his tor is armenia where he's going to meet to his counterparts from post soviet republics, which are considered russia's allies. so let's hear what he'll have to say after the meetings with these important politicians to we had from tech,
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his political analysts, you know, so now he thinks he crane will eventually have to follow russia and techies calls for in searing, safe passage for grain expos. this is an interesting topic because actually we heard about this grain and food crisis from western media. first. this is the really clear case of making use of threats coming by the ukranian side to force. busy or to, to provide the ground for american and british war ships to enter the black sea. it seems, i think that in the middle term crane will give into this proposal of the russian foreign minister and will give up the other demand such as american bar ships or additional weapons deliveries to train in exchange for the mind to harbor. given the fact that those are the turkish side approach, this proposal quite constructively and positively and caring,
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its readiness to the mind, the board. so for this other cranium ports, while food security has been discussed between the foreign ministers, the actual grain and a port of mario paul has been found burned. these are some of our latest pictures from the mario port where more than 50000 tons of exportable grain said to have been rented unusable despite international warnings of a looming food crisis. most go to say if ukrainian forces torch, the grain follows ahead of the russian military involves some of the storage and loading hardware. the site has also been heavily damaged. russia had the cues, the ukrainian military of committing, quote food terrorism against its own people. ortiz, women cars are reports from the scene. we received exclusive access to this grain terminal in the c port in the city of mario pal, under my feet are thousands of tons of corn which was burned down. according to
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russian defense ministry and local authorities as well. the storage facilities were set on fire as ukrainian nationalist battalions were retreating. the ground here on this corn is still warm as the result of the fire, which was set through it by the ukrainian and nationalist stood there is still there still smoke in other places as a local workers are trying to put the fire out. now, according to the administration of the c port, there were at least $50000.00 tons of corn and wheat which was destroyed. it's now are usable, not only for human consumption, but for life stock as well. roman coster of artsy, maria, golden as the people's republic. when out of the latest from the city of don, yes, clarity blast is reportedly rocked residential areas miss unconfirmed. amateur footage allegedly shows the aftermath of the incident. local officials,
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if accused the ukrainian military force is of deliberately targeting civilian areas with their shelling and as a conflict continues elsewhere in the dumbass, artie uncovers evidence that the o s. c may have been working alongside ukraine's near nazi movement. right. sector members of the european security organization who allegedly share the shelter with the far right fight as appeared to be privy to atrocities committed by the italian soldiers, but did not report on them. and we've asked the o se for a comment on that, but a yet to receive a reply. as he's eco's dawn of seize the evidence for himself. this is where the militants of the right sector battalion were stationed. one of the most notorious, neo nazi groups in the ukraine. this was their command center. you can see combs, cables, all of them, of course, well destroyed. but what is particularly interesting about this place is that the right sector militants, again, one of the most notorious, neo nazi formations in ukraine, very much akin to as of or i da,
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for example. they shared this building with the members of the o is see mission, we found their insignia on the floor just above us. so again, members of the international community, the rose c, they owe to the roof over their heads to neo nazis. they shared food with neo nazis, a very peculiar symbiosis. so here's what i was talking about. ukrainian insignia right next to the insignia of the o. s. c. this is, these are cyrillic letters. they're written in russian. so everything points to the fact that the members of always see indeed shared this living space with the ukranian forces, which were in part, well with the right sect near nancy battalion. it would burden on this street. here they the right sector, lead the defense, was the right sector, mixed up with nato. yes, nato and the o. s. c, e were present here because we found their leaflets everywhere,
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their maps narcotics, and everything else. ah, this is an internal resource all over. she dated 2016, detailing some very well very in humane approach of the ukrainian military towards civilians. since 2014 ukraine armed forces have been occupying civilian houses in the area of shorter street booby traps and mine, we're all so placed in this area which have led to numerous civilian casualties. in may, several inhabitants of the village complained to the special monitoring mission about the behavior of ukraine armed forces personnel station in the vicinity of shore street and reported that they had evicted one family from her home in order to occupy it. the soldiers were using aggressive wat stokes captain, least to prevent paper of my accessing the area. it was reported that 2 people have
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been bitten by. the dogs found his another report from january 2017 that we discovered on the right sector base, a very interesting fine because here it has a paragraph relationship with military and military occupation of civilian houses. here it details that the ukrainian armed forces indeed were occupying civilian houses and placing and placing military vehicles between these houses. for example, here at reeds in august, the special monitoring mission spoke with an intellect cuter, which is basically a local who showed his partially destroyed out. shortly after the ukrainian military placed a tank in the back yard. so not only were they will using civilian houses in the victims civilians, they also also rigged them his picture taken by o. s. c, showing a booby trap. ah, the current food shortage will turn into
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a global catastrophe. next, jeff world markets written with main without fertilizers and agricultural products from russia and ukraine. as a warning issued by the un, which has said the food prices can already be found in some parts of the world, such as somalia and research world lead is not to focus all their attention on ukraine. if the world does not widen its gays from the war in ukraine and act immediately, an explosion of child death is about to happen in the horn of africa. for seasons without rain have caused the worst drought in somalia and other parts of the horn of africa in the last half century. the un saved millions of people who were in agent need, amid cause for the global community, particularly nations of the g 7 leading economies to provide when the f f as well. let's speak with, i guess, for the medieval in south africa, an investigative journalist in co founder of the inside fact the news outlet. thank you for joining us on the program. now a uni says, has warned that somalia is on the brink of its was tongue. a crisis in half
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a century. do you agree with that assessment to help out of the situation? no, thank you very much for having me look, i was interesting in so mad. yeah, it's very bad, you know. and then as a young african myself, you know, so my life is one of the most pros, countries in the world. now it's been affected by what's happening between russia and ukraine. so it's interesting, it's very bad. you know, kids are about to die is about to be human, terry and the type of need, and i think google, the community needs to come together and solve the problem that's happening in somebody or unicef. i said that while the world has turned its attention to ukraine is ignoring crises elsewhere, particularly the food shows g. as in africa. do you agree with that? no, i didn't agree with that. you know, i think the west and many other countries that are falling into this check have pushed the attention to one's end to rush and temperament and forgotten about the people on the grounds. you know, they've been pushing their own interests. but forgetting about the african people,
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you know, they're pushing their own agendas and it's all network solve needs to be great. you know, netflix solve needs to come down and he needs to speak to the challenges of the people. you know, we can't allow natal to continue doing what you've currently got a big spins of african people at the expense of the children in. so my dear, you know, who go to go to fit every night and thought, having create, you know, without having more meal on the table. you know, so i think that natal solve needs to show attention what's happening and focus on the african people and focus on under humanitarian cars that's happening and the phone switches that are happening. so my dear, at the moment when i was called for help from the global community for relief efforts in somalia, especially the g 7 is due to meet next week. but do you think that please will be heard? i don't think they'll be heard honestly as a young african myself, i don't think they'll be heard. you know, because i think if they really kate,
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for the people in the really kid about what go to there wouldn't be many thanks to the bay movie. bob investigative journalist and co founder of the insight factor, news outlets. thank you very much for your time. the, the controversial us hosted summit of the americas has been overshadowed by a major back class off the washington decided not to invite several countries in the region to stays into the event and has been rustled by condemnation from around the world's a boy called by numerous latin american leaders and even a protest by outraged activists. and now you the, and there's a lecture about media, freedom about democracy, about doing the right. you have no, she would've been disrupted the media conference by louis. i'm al, grow the chief of the organization of american states. the activist accused us of
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orchestrating cues in bolivia and venezuela, on tape hall chrissy and dealing with latin american countries, with several regional leaders have strongly criticize the u. s. decision to snub certain countries including cuba and venezuela, the mexican, on the guatemalan presidents have refused to attend to protest on similar sentiments from the leaders of argent, tina columbia. as also being reported bolivia as president has also said he will go on the leaders of our salvador and honduras almost to expect as well. with those lead to express doubts about biden's legitimacy. ahead of that meeting during the summer and chillies president also slammed washington's move to exclude certain countries. the u. s. move is reinforcing the position that these other countries taken their own countries. we think it's an error, a mistake, and we're going to say that during the summit the mainstream media has overweight in coding finance, move an embarrassment that demonstrates a failure to assert us leadership in the region. freelance journalist on activists
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gregory will, per se excluding countries that don't match. washington's foreign policy framework will likely render the summit useless, not inviting cuba, venezuela. nicaragua is consistent with us foreign policy, which is certainly a policy of trying to force these countries into the foreign policy framework that the us would like to see from these countries, which they're refusing to abide by leaving out the 3 countries and thereby also excluding other like minded governments that, that are sympathetic to, to keep up with. i think it almost certainly guarantees that the summit will be a complete waste of time. there's been a long history in latin america rejecting us efforts to interfere. but this has always been tempered by governments that were sympathetic to, to the united states. and, but that has been decreasing that, that is the sympathy with the us in the governments has been decreasing for a long period of time. which is why more and more countries are acting actually in
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solid, garrity with the countries that the united states went to exclude from the summit. this is really the view of most of the peoples and latin america in which is precisely that they reject us interference in their countries. are his keller morgan. now more details on why the move to exclude the countries has provoked such extensive backlash. washington has long considered latin america to be its backyard and when government to rise that don't take orders from the united states, things get pretty vicious. here's how dwayne clar edge, a long time, c, i a operative in the region, put it, we'll intervene whenever we decide it's an our national security interest to intervene. and if you don't like it, love it, get used to it world. the international community has condemned the u. s. embargo against cuba over and over. but that has not stopped the decades of economic
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warfare imposed by washington on the small communist lead island during the 1980s, the united states back anti communist conference in nicaragua. and in el salvador, these fighters that were backed by the united states were also heavily involved in the drug trade, narco gangs now plague central america as well as mexico right up to today. then his way, la has been the target of us regime change operations for decades, despite sanction that created a food crisis and cost thousands of live, the socialist government there says it is standing strong in the aggression against venezuela's, brutal. it's economic, financial, commercial, political in the media. and we're going to continue ahead and we're going to triumph no empire is going to set foot on venezuela territory and prevent the venice willing people from realizing their will realizing their own democracy and achieving their own destiny of freedom. while the states has burned
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a lot of bridges in the region, russia and china are doing the opposite. they're pouring in investments. and now countries that have been shunned by washington have an alternative. this is what china had to say about the upcoming summit. i want to stress again that latin america is not some front yard or backyard of the united states. the summit of the americas is not the summit of the united states of america. the u. s. as the host of the upcoming summit needs to stop going its own way or forcing its will and others over the past 2 centuries since the monroe doctrine came into being the united states has conducted more than 30 military interventions in latin american countries. forcibly exported the united states style democracy to regional countries implemented predatory cannot make policies and even instigated regime subversion. mike, bon pale, who served as secretary of state under donald trump seemed to be raising the alarm
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about the rising influence of the 2 year asian superpowers on the american hemisphere. here is what he predicted china, russia, they're showing up with the doorstep. but once they enter the house, we know the dead traps, though they will use their traps. they will disregard rules and they will read this order in your home rich words coming from a country that has toppled d stabilized and fermented chaos in that region for quite some time. with this upcoming summit being boycotted by mexico and possibly other countries following suit, you have to wonder how long it will be before washington reconsider that strategy in dealing with neighbors, south of the border, hail of marvin archie, new york, and another name against u. s. dominance, iran has proposed creating a new single currency within the you're asian, economic and security block, the as seo. so you minimize dependence on the dollar. with our statement was made
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by a senior iranian diplomat in charge of economic issues in view of the escalating sanctions against russia. i have the ukraine conflict with our members at the shank i cooperation organization have already switched over to using their own currencies for bilateral trade. a wrong believes the introduction of a single car see would further strengthen the blog. he cannot make security as a precaution against us meddling and global affairs. iran reportedly plans to promote the initiative as an upcoming se oh summit. in september we discussed the issue with china expert andrew long and iranian politics professor fell out. is, are they? as you know, the united states and i think the other and i'm saying all the banking system does. and i think the swift system that engaging in an economic war against over 30 kind of countries as we speak, including, even in russia, the experience of russia shows the rest doesn't see any limitations
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on parenting or citizens in russia happening all day citizens in other countries. are going to be affected by the food shortages in order to achieve foreign policy goes as follows, imbedded a deeply well as my national market. and so. ready but as far. busy but actually i don't think. ready there's a very serious problem because after all i'm trying to apply for some energy washer and then you ran the calls. ready exporting and you know, the results of china, there's the why, the reason why this one actually trade cannot be conducted in other codes. and then there are. busy other. busy was a collected together by trade outside the u. s. and b. so all these other things are coming doing it, leading to
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a tendency to escape those kind of indiscriminate use. all us all did the monetary system. the banking system is going to use this power to attack i, there's some of these initiatives started before that conflict in your credit. and so politicians, economists in targets, countries, countries that are targeted by the united states to realize that sooner or later. and these devices that the united states has the. ready in terms of amazing is monetary systems is going to be used, but it's all about evaluating quite rapidly. and then the top of the. ready color is the leasing, particularly the another aspect is the security. all of those people's reserve with the sanctions on russia for example,
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the united states is trying to use. ready all of those to see other countries as it so, and then that would also undermine other countries. i'm calling for those in the countries, realize that it is going to be a spell block, you know, we are moving towards, i'm will put a lot and we're going to have a sense block led by the united states and some european countries. and then you're going to have the rest, which is going to include china and russia. and you know, on india is undecided. i think india that have been shown to join the rest. and we have the you creating their own currency. some years ago, it will take some work, but it's doable. thanks for joining us. hey, on our team to national as always plans the most to be found on our website in
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a to see how he's doing and engage with when so many find themselves apart. we choose to look some common ground. ah.
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you know, there was no program when i left i kind of and all of us at life, esther hate kind of stumbled our way through it. and then we can take the lessons that we've learned from that and shrink the time frame down. so there's less was less wandering in the wilderness, so to speak. when i was in the move in the last 2 years, and before i left i was struggling with do i want to leave? i part of me want to leave another part in it's been battle with us. if i leave, i have nothing to fall back on. i have to pause it. do i have nobody to go to? you know me and live around last 7 years. i have nothing. sometimes it's hard. if they've got a swastika tattooed on their neck, it's hard for them, but just to say, i don't do that anymore. it's kind of a long process. it's not like you just leave it one day and you're like, oh god,
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that's over. i had been out of the movement before i got connected with these guys, but i was on my own and didn't talk about it and had a lot of buried shame and guilt. and then i met these guys and i saw, you know, frankly talking arnold talking, it helped me get past that barrier of feeling like i had to hide this from world that opening up has really just taken my mind you in process and my allusion to a whole other level really, you've got to find a way to find an affirmation that every discussion, no matter how bad it feels, it is going. you've just got to be organized like takes guts to do that. trying to help them discover the abilities that they have. this is why we don't want to foster dependency. this is why the intervention can't rely on my car is more. they go from being untrusted hateful, spiteful, distant to begging for more interaction. another phone call. another meeting in tell me poor and don't be surprised when they say that's the best conversation i've
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had in a long time. that is something that's very routine that comes out of people just want to be listen to. and we're trying to teach you how to listen to them. well, we hold a mirror up so the person can see their humanity reflected back at them through our eyes. but when we treat them as human beings treat them for the suffering person that they are they on the receiving end of that, they get to see that, hey there is, there is a human insight. and that's the, i think the incredible power of passion. it was very impactful when someone finally came along with no fear, no judgement, he heard my story did not seem to challenge it, but validated. as soon as i started talking about my mother, tears came out. i just spilled my guts about everything she had done to me and letting her brother rate me and my sister denying the rape happen, making the school back around how many times she she tried to kill me, broken bones, bruises the starving.


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