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lose millions of millions or is business and business is good and that is the reality of what we're facing, which is fashion with ukraine shells, residential homes, and if they don't, yes, wounding at least 5 civilians. western media outlets start waking up to the real numbers of just how much money is being made by on suppliers to ukraine, with nato already spending more than $8000000000.00 in 8. and as the u. k. agrees to send a new batch of heavy weapons. the key of we hear from russia is ambassador of britain who says he's down london's willingness to help rebuild ukraine off with china. say is, washington is on the mining pays by all means taiwan with aging warning of
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a full out war. if the u. s. backs islands, declare independence with welcome. this is on the international with the latest news from around the well, it's a pleasure to have a company. and we start with the latest from the don. yes. going to the gas good publics, whether ukrainian military has intensified its shelling of residential areas. and these 5 people have been wounded off to a massive bar to the city of go love, just north of don't, yes. a number of homes that have been severely damaged as well as vice infrastructure. well this comes off to dawn. yes. school thirty's reported on friday. that 5 civilians were killed and 21 injured by ukrainian shelling across the republic. meanwhile, rushes defense ministry that his forces have destroy dozens of targets, including a foreign mercenary base in the past 24 hours. that comes as ukrainian authorities have admitted that taking heavy losses with up to $100.00 soldiers code each day.
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what's the frequency just going to stay civil to so can we assume that the ukranian army lost up to 10000 soldiers? yes, something like that. to salvage and recovery assets are in full swing. in the dumbass city of mariel, paul recently retaken by russian lead forces we had from some of the emergency services personnel who were helping the locals that was received. but it could be eligible. notable we started work in the city immediately after the end of the hostilities, as russian and don't net sick emergency services began to perform their duties. the city gradually began to come back to life. little. we also have a large group of sappers who diffuse mind, buildings, ukrainian troops, mind everything here as they were retreated because then you're calling. this is a school building. it is almost completely destroyed. a group of ukrainian military were here. we found equipment, personal belongings, weapons and a case from a night vision device me as
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a special report on the sage of mario pulpit. jim exclusive accounts from those who witnessed and took part in the battle for the city. you can watch that documentary and full on sunday on their hands on our website for now. here's a quick teaser. anyone else that she was going to life? i'm the shelter lee, and so as of said, will leave mary. you pull in ruins and that's exactly what happened as they promised for school that some of those nazis tortured us for 8 years from we're leaving in 2 cars session with both cars came on their sniper fire without warning year as of style hotel. when i got a bullet grace, my daughter, they shut mom in the legs. they didn't allow us out. they were shooting at us. you. so when you got,
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what are they called the sniper season, otherwise for the year they wouldn't let us go out. or if you come down, western analysts are exposing just how much money the military industrial profit is a way can gain by continuing to send weapons to ukraine. mouth as nato countries have already sent more than a $1000000000.00 worth of arms to key f. washington is sending $6500.00 javel and anti tank missiles systems which are made by raytheon and lockheed martin. the cost of each missile is about $78000.00 and the reusable launcher as another $100000.00. ukraine will receive more of these systems from france in estonia, with another 200 coming from the u. k. where he can see how the share prices of some defense giants have risen. of invest is anticipated. rising profits. us contract to roving women is expected to be one of the biggest beneficiaries along
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with european companies, wind metal, and leonardo, who shares of wisdom by 120, and 67 percent, respectively. however, former marine corps intelligence office, the scott were to say, west and weapons supplies will not change the outcome of the conflicts. the, the, the situation is deteriorating or the best the supply of western arms can do is reduce the rate of your ation. it will never reverse the outcome of no amount of web western weaponry will enable ukraine to gain the upper hand. all it will do is length into conflict. and more importantly, from the western perspective, kill more russians because that's all this is about. we heard that from voice austin, the american secretary defense. you said that the goal here is to make russia pay a cost to inflict aim on russia. that means dead russians. and so that's what the west is trying to accomplish here. and it's very cynical because it's not just
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russians that are dying, as we said, for every one russian to goes down, you know, maybe 20 ukrainians are going down. so it's about dead ukrainians as well. maybe it's time ukraine wakes up and understands that the west is seeking to extend this conflict that to help your brain to hurt russia. that's drawing you great in the process. and we, since intelligence reports by both ukrainian and western officials, has revealed that kept strips of facing heavy losses, which raises the questions as to why ukraine's command is still reluctant to negotiate. with the russian side, the intelligence official said it rushes military maintains the upper hand with 40 times more ammunition and 20 times more artillery than ukrainian forces. well than $5600.00 ukrainian troops, i said to be prisoners of war, nearly half of them having surrendered at the ups store factory in mario pl key f is also believes to be facing a growing problem with deserted ukraine's top officials. those too strongly oppose
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any possibility of surrender. scott ritter again says the war is becoming unsustainable for key f is inside skirt fighting. you know the wars are, you know, you have ratios of one to one point to one to 1.3 casualties. and you can grind that out, but eventually you're going to get a culminating point where the differential just goes up exponentially. and we're at that point right now it's, it's no longer for every one russian. there's 3 credit casualties. it's world for everyone. russian, there's 20 ukraine casualties. and as the situation to, to reach further on the front, this ratio is just going to, in your, to spin out troll until it's unsustainable by the maintenance. the question is, how much kane is ukraine able to absorb? you know, they're, they're minister of defense said they have 700000 men under arms right now. ok. so what percentage of that, are they willing to sacrifice before it becomes obvious that not only can they not when this conflict,
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but the longer they continue to resist of the larger the humanity, the cost in human lives will be territorial. a loss as well. president zalinski has praised london's military assistance, the key of doing a visit by the u. k. defense secretary to the ukrainian capital to lend skills. i took the chance to pay for another batch weapons, one person krinski school, the robot sent. so ukrainian troops are doing everything they can using the artillery. they have to stop the occupiers offensive, well as much as the heavy weapons and modern artillery all that we have asked and continue to ask our partners to provide, allow them to. i have met the u. k. secretary of state for defense, ben wallace, we discussed how to stop russian aggression and how to stop it. mounting a potential offense and what supplies are needed for our army. the british show true leadership in defense matters. force in us are concerned a new shipment of long range rocket launches. this, in addition to thousands of anti talking, this all and all the vehicles on the defense systems ahead of ukraine's military
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intelligence has recently said that the country's troops of almost run out of ammunition and now rely on western supplies. russian basses to the u. k. andre kellen doubts whether london will be interested in supporting ukraine when the conflict eventually ends is put on gate because it makes ukraine and so just continue fight. and it is a cynical, i should say, because it is providing money, not much money. it is, it is providing rep on its enforces cottages, in the army, to continue funding, and no single knowledge about or sickly about the future of ukraine. what's going to happen after that? it's an interesting question. whether you will be interested after one thing in the building you're putting in, continuing old and can run it to the sort of this in give that to me, that,
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and the fusions in, in building up the country in their handling countries economy once again in doing something so i'm afraid the interest will be lost in some, some sort of it if there will be a fee letter to continue to make such a project as an international, to start out of your brain and then to rational a state. and it will be a no more capabilities and no more should be there to do that. then there will be less interest than now. at the moment, i think that they're preventing any kind of war instead of negotiation before they will. they are continuing to to push ukraine in these along the same way to continue white thing, not to think about diffusion as i have said, ah,
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china and the us have exchange diplomatic shots at a tie. one, doing a defense summit in singapore, china's defense ministry officials condemns the pentagon following news of the latest us alms package for taiwan. if any one dares to split taiwan from china, the chinese military has no choice but to fight at all costs and take all necessary measures to crush any attempt by ty, when he separatists, to split taiwan from the motherland. the chinese military will resolutely safe guard national security and territorial integrity. we remain focused on maintaining peace stability and the status quo across across the taiwan strait. but the p. r c's moves threatened to undermine security and stability, and prosperity and the endo pacific. we will defend our interests without flinching, but will also work toward our vision for this region. one of expanding security,
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one of the increased cooperation and not one of the growing divisions. a chinese defense ministry has also lay down a list of conditions. the u. s. must meet for ease intention, including not interfering in china, internal affairs or harming china's interests. china and taiwan split during a civil war and 1949 and bating has been following the one china policy since then . the latest on the package will see the u. s. provide parts the tie when he's naval ship. it's an estimated cost of a $120000000.00. now, apart from the asian pacific regions, top officials, ukraine's president was also given the floor at the summit. kids media was quick to accuse the chinese delegation of walking out during latham as the lens. he speech the media referred to a ledge, tweet by a political analyst olivia in august, where she reported that the chinese delegation left the whole during the lensky speech. later though she is said to have deleted the tweed times,
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it's not possible to verify whether the information was true last month during the well, they cannot make form at davos. the chinese delegation was also wrongly criticized of nothing's lensky speech. but later it turned out they were actually vietnamese representative. when elson long, the vice chairman of the shanghai center for international studies and a valid dive club experts say the u. s. is using taiwan. if it's trump cards against china. i think the u. s. government has always been using the tie one issue as it's one of the measures to contain china in its relations, which china, taiwan, the pie, one card is always in their hands to play with from time to time. and i think this is they believe this is the time to create trouble for china to, to mess around with the internal affairs of china. so it's nothing new,
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it's nothing new to china. but if they play it too hard, i think the chinese government would take some actions and in terms of any upcoming threat to separate to taiwan from the motherland. and then the chinese government is going to take actions and announcement has already been made. what china has been expressing itself quite clearly over the years over the decades is that this is an internal affairs of china. and taiwan issue is a left over issue from china's civil war way back when and the international committee has all recognized the one china policy, even including the united states government. it has also recognized the one china policy. so based on this understanding, china,
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its government has always been trying to seek a national re unification through peaceful parks and rec, crowns have taken to the streets of los angeles to protest against the u. s. decision to bang, keep one is waylon nicaragua, from the summit of the americas. local journalist fiorella isabel was at the c. here are 2 protests, the exclusion of nicaragua, cuba and venezuela. among other things, the lack of attention paid to the economy and the economic situation in the country right now. the a missing baby formula, student debt crisis at the health care crisis, climate change prices and all sorts of issues that people are bringing up specifically. and now lay where the homelessness ray is absolutely catastrophic and is one of the highest in the entire country. this, i protest marks the end of the people summit, which was of course, a opposition event to the joe biden democracy. i'm it focusing on people's issues,
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which is why they called it the people summit. and again, this is the 1st time where our presidents have addressed the people, some it via a, a brow an online video web cor. i'm especially right now, of course, where the mainstream media is so focused on january 6 coverage of insurrections. when of course, they have been ignoring the attention paid by these activists organizers, movement social movements on the imperialist agenda of the united states that has, of course, installed clues, regime changes and continues to provide billions of dollars to neo nazi factions in ukraine. ah cas trout, pakistan says is counting on chinese loans to help raise its foreign reserves within the next few days. good news. the terms and conditions for refinancing of
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our m. b. 15000000000 deposit by chinese banks. about $2300000000.00 united states dollars have been agreed. inflow is expected shortly after some routine approvals from both sides. this will help sure up our foreign exchange reserves. the country is facing a balance of payment crisis caused by a growing declining foreign currency reserves. as well as, as well as whitening accounts and fiscal deficits us along with record 2 year high inflation, mainly affecting prices of food and fuel. pakistan is also continuing negotiations with the international monetary funds as the government hopes to resume payments on a $6000000000.00 package. loan agreed back in 2019 for suspended due to non compliance with conditions. the current authorities blame out of prime minister in ron con for the crisis and accusation. he's always denied. if the i m f agrees to review is decision, pakistan will receive $900000000.00, which will help access other sources of external financing. packets that has
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already fulfilled one of the funds requirements by removing fuel subsidies and moves that lead to a 40 percent growth in prices. the government also intends to raise taxes on the ridge cut tax leaks privatized government assets, and by the officials from buying cause. as it continues to struggle with spiraling costs and energy shortfalls. when we spoke to a professor and research fellow who believes that negotiations would be, i am as have been severely hum to hampered by difficulties and relations with the us. it is very difficult for the current government to overcome this crisis, which is quite disturbing for the i'm a founder boss. this is why we are not reaching to a d. u. s. you know, contribute at least 100. 17000000000 to the i'm a quarter. and if i decide has to, you know, make a deal with the i m f. it is very important for pakistan to have consent from the united states and have also the confidence that we are going to do the job that is
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expected from us. but so far, the problem that arose during the last is a fans administration. our bilateral relations with the united states, but really disturbed in the international monetary system on the sun, is dependent upon the flexible exchange rate, international market in which it has just like any of the country. it's currency with the u. s. dollar, and any christian in the value of the us dollar is going to affect the entire currency around the world. and back on has to, you know, make reserves of the us dollars. and if there is more macro level economic policies that is going to affect a positive lead, the pakistan economy bias on reserves are going to get down. president biden has once again blamed vladimir putin for a surgeon, energy, and food costs. working america off the u. s. consumer inflation hit its highest level in more than 4 decades and a point 6 percent increase. a top russian diplomats has pokes fun. those biden's
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attempts to accuse the kremlin days in place report, confirm what americans already know. prudent price, i guess it in america. hard. gas prices at the pump. energy in food prices cover, half of the monthly price increases. since may my know stretch, you can do everything we can to lower the prices. american people and the congress has to act and they have mentally it sure sounds like president putin also runs the us, considering he can impose taxes on food and gasoline. there. that was a lame and futile attempts by president biden, to shift blame and dodge his own duty by the communist con, despite us inflation rising sharply since his turn began. in january 2021 soaring from an average of 1.4 percent in december 2020 to 7 percent a year later. all that's happening months before the outbreak of the conflicts in ukraine. and despite bite and targeting his efforts to handle the economy,
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us and it's a john kennedy, so it looks like the white house is actually given up. it's just strong in the american drain. and, and when we have to address it, which made like a bad administration, has just given up buttons, comments come, liquefied natural gas prices also skyrocket in the a, you often explosion as an export terminal in texas, which has been sending fuel to europe. however, l n g prices in the us have since gone down is more of the fuel is not expected to be used at home. instead of going abroad. earlier, washington said it would help you or reduce this dependence on rushing gas imports . it takes us shut down, we'll cut the total output by 8 percent, which could further threaten europe's energy security. mostly the fuel from that terminal have been shipped to the e. u. new york correspondent caleb moping has more well, it was in freeport, texas. residents heard 3 very loud bangs,
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and essentially what they were hearing was a liquefied natural gas terminal exploding. now this explosion has been widely decried as an indicator of the possible threats of public health fumes. but it's also going to have a pretty big impact on the international markets. we've heard analysis about the ability of the united states to import and export natural gas about the crisis and the rising costs. here's some of what we've heard in the aftermath of this dramatic explosion in texas. this is going to take supply out of the market when it's badly needed. we were already moving into a very precarious set of market dynamics. this is going to tighten prompts to play, particularly in the atlantic as a majority of the cargoes have been destined for europe. so it's important to note that as a result of this explosion, the l. n g hub in freeport, texas is going to be shut down for 3 weeks, 3 weeks. it will not be operating in the aftermath of this rather large explosion.
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in addition to that 20 percent of all us natural gas exports are going to be affected by the explosion that took place and the shutting down of the hub. in addition to that, it's also important to point out that 75 percent of u. s. natural gas exports have been going to europe. now, there has been some relief for domestic natural gas perfect purchasers in the united states. because the fact that biden instituted some action and basically required domestic producers to give priority to the u. s. market before exporting that resulted in price is going down in the united states, but it had a negative effect on the international markets and basically forest the european markets did to pick up the burden. and now we have a situation where we have countries in the u saying they want to completely go off of russian gas. they went completely shut down russian gas. but now, as the aftermath of this explosive showing their confidence in american markets and the ability of the united states to supply gas to europe is
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a little bit shaken. europe is seeing a rise in its natural gas prices. and at this point, the ability of europe to import natural gas from the united states is at this point in a little bit of question. now there's explosion, and the impact it's having on the global market seems to fly in the face of a lot of what joe biden and other u. s. leaders have said over the past few months, reassuring everyone that america has enough gas to supply the world. we're moving forward this ban, understanding that many of our european allies and partners may not be in a position to join us. the united states produces far more oral domestically than all of your print count, all the countries combined. in fact, we're a net exporter of energy so we can take this step when others cannot. but we're working closely with europe and our partners to develop a long term strategy to reduce their dependence on russian energy as well. first of
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all, we are looking at opportunities to make up for lost cash energy from russia. we're on their way of trying to how see what we can do to do that and dealing with our friends around the world as well. we think we can make up a significant portion of it. now if the situation is really as dark as some of the pessimistic forecasts we're currently seeing from analysts, then this will be a major blow to the ability of europe to import natural gas from the united states . people look at what was done by finland and that recent 10 year contract that they signed in order to win off of russian gas and import american gas for the next 10 years. able are wandering at that decision made by finland was a bit to a state. thanks for joining us. an asi international web. back at the top of the i was more ah
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ah. what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy confrontation, let it be an arms race is on offense. very dramatic development. only personally,
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i'm going to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk during my daily liquidity. she'll know what was shown a portion of my down, you know, pretty shy a court. what did you wanna? boy, a shell, norwalk, with a question. not in the pony sri. moody surely was new, please know. i put the most of them will be stupid. with the free, i'm to consider a slightly goes from doris. can it be about what it was on the home like, will you be for me like that? it was for them. quit the unicoi without us because she she knew me yet.
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the russian speaking, se ukraine refused to accept the cruise outcome. people took to the streets of ukraine's largest cities that had been protest in hoc of odessa mario pope, and zap our osha mass protests broke out in the crimean autonomous republic and overwhelming majority of crimean citizens voted as a referendum to break away from ukraine. and in march 2014 crimea rejoined russia. or chester scrimmage, you stood in your own good. yeah. of course misquoted. which is or or, or is it with us from to prophecies. can you remember little, don't renew it? no muscle or chess from crackers or patrol skin or dish. their budget was mentors sports orange california
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with nationalists tried to suppress pro russian public sentiment with extreme violence. on may, the 2nd far right is organized a march named for united ukraine. the march ends in a bluff here with my usual foot, all my own with a note from c as 9 years fulltime. would you prefer to know when you monitor for them? would you purchase arca go for the most of the year? how are hardcore? we talked a year for a year, how one you produced of the bulk of it a year. what you mean shop on from watch a week to do something to lean your board your for on to my you proceed to live the
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season because all my apologies to the nationalist manager pro russian activist, 10 camp at cooley cove appeal under hunting down those hiding in the nearby trade union building in a they sent the building on fire.


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