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a joe biden imposing the sanctions on russia has destroyed the american economy. so there is a boomerang with percent of the bring in forces, just outside of the nets can from that they can well they can shoot and shell in all directions. mid 5th battles on the front lines and the legit terror attacks behind the party reports from the battlefield near the ukrainian force a strong hold on the outskirts of done yet leading italian newspapers docs is individuals who it says are involved in so called russian propaganda. we hear from italian photographer, he found himself on the la i'm being accused of pro russian political propaganda. but what proof of this allegation did they have also come and help refugees, new case done between a rock and
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a hard place is the british government is to pull them through wonder or but to the own war phone countries with on, for i am in the russian capital mine is peter scott, and i'll be bringing you all the latest news here on r c this morning as a new week gets under way. as always, this starts off with the latest from the ground in the ukrainian conflicts for people were injured on an explosion near a police station in the ukrainian city of medical took place local authorities claim. the key was behind the blas targeting civilians and explosions the power station also punch parts of another 1000 eastern city and the separate orders region. the guns into darkness. no injuries were reported in the incident and he has yet to comment on those explosions. a fightin is continuing on the outskirts of the danielle republics capital, where ukrainian forces hold fortified positions. it goes down
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a report from the from line. ah, this frontline is just outside the city of the nets and according to the military here, the ukrainians over there, they've amassed a significant amount of manpower and military vehicles in a matter of the past week. basically here's what happened. they had to retreat from the north because that's where they're being pushed by the the nets, people's republics militia. so they have no other option, but to go to of day of car where they have various work, basically stronghold it's a fortress so they can hide that. so they're concentrated in the this is the epicenter of the ukrainian forces. just outside of the nets can from there they can . well, they can shoot an shell in all directions. basically, from over there, they're shelling civilians, internet's civilians, and other villages and towns here and quite often the use. so this is the remains
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of a polish shell and it's aluminum. and what's very special about it is that you can't hear it normally. you can hear the hissing sound of mine as it's approaching you, or is it or is it flies above you? these don't make a sound, these are silent killers. and in general, according to the military, they seem the ukrainian seem to be running out of soviet ammunition. because more and more they're finding these western made remains of the armament in which they've really strengthened their positions in our part of the front in have dave guy in the direction of the village of spartak. we suspect they did. this is our soldiers squeezed them down from the north and they moved people here along the only road that can still be driven on. they've brought artillery systems and tanks here and camouflaged their positions to it. but we're gradually forcing them out. they've moved over here because there are 2 large, heavy, concrete fortified areas in a former military base in the area. and, you know,
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the little frontline town of spartak is tormented like it hasn't been in years. the ukrainian forces are hitting it with all the military might. they've got there. but while it looks deserted, a handful of civilians still live there. many out of principle of cheer to love. those will what a, what i've been living here for a long time, more than 40 years. i've lived through the whole war here. i haven't gone anywhere . we started living in the basement when the war began, and all the utilities were disconnected. the electricity was shut off literally in a week's time, shortly after that, the water was turned off, and then a week later the gas was cut off. in the winter, it's clear that the apartment is unheeded or so we've been living in the basement to get to choose. ah
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my worker, those who decided to stay, they have to live in conditions like this, especially given the increased volume over the bombardments coming and bombs falling from the ukrainian side. of course, this is no blood re hotel, but they have an improvised something of stover fireplace. a couple of bunk beds, but notice how neat it is here. little improvised shelves. something like a rack here. so even given that people here, of course, they have to survive and will really die conditions. this is miles better compared to what we've seen. and as of style steel plant, for example, where the as of neo nazi fight as well, this is much cleaner, much better, much neat and much more of a home. well as the conflicts in ukraine, drugs on and western countries face economic troubles, the mainstream media seems to be switching. the narrative is off t correspondence donald quarter explains,
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have cheerleaders in the western media. look a bit down these days, no doubt, the heavy military losses encouraged by ukraine have sent a shock wave of war weariness across its camp. this is an artillery war now, and we are losing, in terms of artillery, the sheer number of casualties more than 20000 a month raises the question about what state ukraine's army will be. and if the war drags on into the autumn western soured ukraine with tens of billions of dollars with a seemingly never ending flow of weapons to boot. and still kiev says it needs even more military aid because it's now running out of ammo. so to real, the ukrainian military's western lifeline back into the fray, it's deploying some good old fashioned fear tactics, uncooked bluetooth. if pudding wins 500000 ukrainian troops will join the one and a half 1000000 russian forces. if europe was invaded by russia, they could not defend themselves all the while jo biden's busy saying i told you so about his warnings to ukraine's president vladimir zalinski back before russia
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launched its military operation. i know a lot of people thought i was maybe exaggerating, but i knew and we had data to sustain. he was going to go in off the border. there was no doubt and zelinski didn't want to hear it. it's not just biden, though zalinski is cabinets, seems to not like listening to western officials at all. at last month's world economic forum in davos, former us secretary of state, henry kissinger, called on zalinski to make territorial concessions to russia in the interest of peace. for that zalinski said he felt like he was in munich in 1938, preparing to make concessions to the nazis. at the same time, ukraine's internet database of enemies of the states mirror for its has accused the former us statesman of spreading fascist propaganda. more recently, kissinger double down saying a place needs to be found for russia. at the end of this war. the question will now be how the end, the war, and it's, and a place has to be found for ukraine, and
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a place has to be found for russia. if we don't want russia to become an outpost of china in europe. as a lensky continues, his uncompromising position, economic consequences of unconditional support are piling up in the west and the u . k. many are cutting back on consumption of both food and energy according to polls. one in 6, germans are skipping meals and mid skyrocketing food prices. and across europe, the authorities are warning of a harsh cold winter to come, who knows how much longer kia has before the west decides to cut its losses abroad and focus on far bigger problems at home. from on this, let's cross live now. so alessandra bruno independent political analyst on is under welcome to oxy international. do you think there is a certain level of war fatigue among the west and public? because people might be shifting their attention to domestic problems? or is this just to be expected given that the war is now dragging on since was 4th month?
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thank you. i think that definitely is fatigue on both sides of the both aspects that you mentioned. there is fatigue because the war has now gone to 3 months, and we know that people's attention spans in the media are do not last that long. and also the concerns for the effects of the war on europe, particularly energy and food costs are going to are already having an impact on the population. as part of my daily routine, i surveyed the world world media every day. and i noticed 1st of all, the similarity between the reporting of the war in the major newspapers such as from mine it's, i don't because korea guardian the times they all have the same stories. and
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overwhelmingly, in the last couple of weeks, these stories have changed. tone a bit. they've mentioned shortage of ammunition. they've mentioned some ukrainian losses. they've mentioned the difficulty of energy provisions for the, for the winter in europe. and every day there's a new solution as to how to go around the problem of the russian guy. and what's going to happen in october, i say though, not even october wait to you see what happened in mediterranean europe. this summer, when the russian tourists who are usually quite numerous in spain, in italy, in france, are going to be missing. they're probably all going to go to turkey. so turkey is going to benefit from, from this. what we're going to see much more. if not in different downright, a shift in tone, at least not necessarily in political support,
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but definitely the western government will start to feel a little bit of pressure related to. so do you think that this will then feed back into the policies of these western governments in the e u in the america, now they are, they might start feeling pressure domestically. do you think they'll change their policies towards the war ukraine? as a result, i think they will have to, regardless one way or the other. the outcome of this war is inevitable. the problem is now, it's not even that easy. even if the west changed its mind. we, the west has not given russia many reasons to trust its policies of moscow because we've seen shifts constantly. and in fact, the very reason we have a war today is because of western failure to,
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to not enforce, but encourage ukraine to pursue the diplomatic avenues that were on the table for the men's agreement. one and 2 later we have a to because the 1st one that failed and but, and the, the fact that of course, this war started in 2014 and europe never paid attention. so the question will be not only how to whether europe eventually backs down and starts looking for the magic solution, which i think in the back rooms of the foreign ministries of european capitals is already happening. one hint of that was the pope francis. a few weeks ago. he said that he brought out the fact he used the term that the west, the nato was barking at rushes door. that was not a casual statement. there was an admission of responsibility. so i think there is
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some that will the russians trust this effort is the bigger question, i think well, obviously talking about the west, both the u. s. and the you, they have flooded ukraine with billions of dollars worth of weapons. but the ukranian forces, they say they need more arms than ever. they want a running out of ammunition and relying heavily on west and supports. how sustainable do you think this supports of ukraine financially and with military aid is given the situation on the ground at the moment. yet it's not very sustainable because 1st of all, we don't know where the weapons are. lending some might be being used by the troops, but we know that many are destroyed before they're even deployed by directly into depots or even in the trains. and in fact, speaking of trained, the railways that are used to convey these weapons also being destroyed. so
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there is that problem. there is the problem. also political support and media i see the summer as a weak spot because in europe, many people in the summer go and holidays. and many of the big news talk shows in europe also go on holiday. so the world will be away from the average person's mind, and there's going to be less political pressure for western governments to keep up this policy. and of course, there's going to be the political narrative has already been eroded. so there's going to be some, some people are going to start questioning. opposition parties may weigh fat and remember that there are opposition party. so i think the summer we'll see
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fermentation of anti war activity, perhaps quiet at 1st, but it will cement in october. we will see, i think, a big shift. we'll have to wait. yes. as opposed to getting you the not just as a final interesting note. the germany has promised to send some important weapons. i forgot. hi with her. how is there going to ukraine and they, they said that they would ship them on june. the 22nd. that is a very interesting because that is the date where that operation barbarossa was launched. in 1941. and when germany launched the invasion of the soviet union, so the fact that that the germans will be sending weapons on that date is a very interesting one. considering who is backing the landscape government if
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you, you know, the far right elements. so there's an interesting side note, if you know, if your coincidence or dawn on purpose, i think if it is coincidence, it's truly, it's incredible because you know why the 22nd. i think it was done to please some of the voices in them that are around the lensky. one of the most adamant of these voices is the ukranian bachelor to germany who makes fun of chancellor shows, at least once a week, calling him a salty sausage. i believe a few days ago. so he's a character on the deserves his own discussion that you create, you know, better. well, sandra, bruno independent, political analysts are going to leave it there or not, but thank you very much for your take on the shifting western media narrative on
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ukraine on the ongoing conflict. thanks very much. thank you. and italian newspapers, docs to individuals who it says are involved in so called russian propaganda publishing the pictures we heard from an italian photographer who was surprised to find himself on the list. i'm going to guess other popular korea, dela sanders publication is something awful because all those who are mentioned in the article are being accused of spreading fakes and supporting what they call russian propaganda. besides that, it doesn't offer any kind of an example of evidence which supports their statements . i am being accused of pro russian political propaganda, but what proof of this allegation do they have? i spoke directly to their deputy director here in the saras donnie who co authored the article i asked her for evidence for at least one example of misinformation which i've ever spread during my career. and she failed to provide any. i told her that the allegations made by the newspaper against me are very serious. the problem is that at the moment we are being compromised among people who follow such
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newspapers as korea. del sara. people are being discouraged against listening to our news and opinions. and it's a real outrage. the thing is that not a single italian newspaper, a tv channel asked for an interview with us. archie is the only channel which got the idea to call me and ask for my opinion about the situation. in fact, i have never been an unequivocal advocate for russia. i'm just doing my job by reporting what i see. i had already been following the conflict for 8 years and all these years i had a clear view of who was the aggressor. i saw that it was the crane which started the policy of aggression against the russian speaking population of dumbass. i would also add that unfortunately in the last few years, russia was somewhere in the vicinity. and that somehow served as a constraining factor to avert reprisals against these people. i kept doing my job . i completed my last mission in april, during which i recorded everything that i encountered, interviewed people. and now i can't figure out how it is possible that my professional view has been rejected in italy. italians continue to be in the pose,
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the italian government decision descent, arms to train. the latest poll show that 60 percent of italians are openly against these arms deliveries. and favor a diplomatic solution to this conflict. over all of the majority of italians are tired of following the war. they show ever less interest in war related news. many italians have become thinking more about their pastime. go into the beach, considering this war to be something alien to their lives. it's not just by the zelinski cabinet seems to not like listening to western officials at all. maybe don't know. london's high court has given the green lights, reports refugees seeking u. k. asylum through wonder with a decision that's being criticized by some british politicians as unethical and unsafe. now those coming from war torn countries in africa, the middle east ought to be sent home. one of africa, least developed states. labor has made clear from the start that pretty patel's rhonda plan is completely unworkable. extortionate li,
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expensive unethical and profoundly and british. these are vulnerable people and scared children who are alone, many of whom have undertaken perilous journeys to come to the u. k. in hope of safety, no one risks their own or family's life, unless they are running from dangers more acute than they faced on these journeys. the fight is far from over current people across britain, iron fence that this government wants to send people to can safety halfway across the world. and i'd say connection deportation of refugees who arrive from water and syria, iraq and afghanistan has met with process on the streets across the u. k. with some demonstrated even going on hunger strikes to protest against the court ruling the 1st flight through one day with $31.00 refugees is set to take off on tuesday and an additional $130.00 asylum seekers may be sent to the african country in the coming weeks, a member of the syrian, the asper in the u. k. c. murphy, we shared his despair over the government's controversial decision. now, i mean,
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you had this idea, of course, this laws been rejected here on a legal, moral, and humanitarian basis. it's ignited protests from the political opposition, legal and humanitarian organizations have been expressing profound indignation towards this legislation, which is not only limited to refugees, but also lengthens the detention period for any one who illegally crosses the border into britain from 6 months to 4 years. even the u. n. has condemned these actions, but politics, as they say, has no conscience. the paradox, as we previously mentioned, is that the british government has criticized the president of rwanda and the human rights situation in that country. however, british interests have been ultimately decisive. for the sake of these interests, the british government has turned a blind eye to a great many things. well, meanwhile, u. k prime minister boys johnson says that the deportation of asylum seekers coming from africa, the middle east will help tackle human traficant as,
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as london has accepted over 60000 ukranian refugees during the last 3 months. se mathley, we again believes that the british government is hypocritical in its unequal treatment of refugees. and according to the u. k statement, the presence of refugees on his territory is costing 5000000 pounds a day. they say they are fighting against illegal migration and use that to justify any laws adopted by the government. they've made an exception for ukrainian refugees, so they can enter the country with her without a visa, in gain, a full range of rights. it's unacceptable because this is discrimination of other refugees. they accept ukrainians, but they send others back to her wanda, this while taking into account earlier the u. k. specifically raised the issue with united nations about lack of human rights and principles of rule of law. in rwanda, but now as the situation is unfolding in the interests of the british government, it's positions have changed because we're wanda agreed to accept the refugees in order to get support from the british government in international re and for the
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president ever wanted to gain approval was numerous global bronze had left russia in protest over russia's aggression in ukraine. the fates of the businesses remains on certain where the american based fast food chain mcdonalds has sold the business in the country along the employees to return to work with the new owner. rebranding mcdonalds to a new name, taste a full stop. r c show depends visited one of the restaurants. take a look at the new changes on sample the menu. it's probably the most popular opening of a restaurant. well, since it originally opened in the 1990 s, and this is what we've been waiting for the return of the big, well ah, your name is tasty. po, stop, and it's pretty much what you'd expect from the old franchise. bought the do you?
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director general says it will be different. we are completely different, but all the assets have been sold. thoughts filled up when you buy up until you've seen medics on them. what is new, viable for us as a bus for us was to create the completely new fronting, unprecedented. ah, think russia of which we successfully managed to do? we don't have any relationship to the compression. mcdonald's announced last month that it was pulling out of russia. the american big mass food joint made a huge hoo, ha saying it could no longer stay in the country because it was no longer cannibal with its own values as a result of the war and ukraine. however, it is keeping its options open. the company has the right to buy you back these franchises within the next 15 years as well. for least friday looks completely exit
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the thrush market, and not only is a formal corporate business, but also also punches. he's stopped working in rational sol mazda in law forest loans. i via law as a whole good. he jammed more and more school. cynthia, always station on airport. so can you see a modem or thought? so i thought i took all of them are either closed or equal to fight those fall into something unbranded morning. stop this. some say is a sign of russian resistance to sanctions and western business is leaving. you home going companies taking over. ah, despite twilight its losses, mcdonalds hasn't moved away empty handed. and there is this new name changed. but the one question that everybody wants to know is, does it still have bad taste that they love so much for your car?
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it seems to me that the taste is even a bit better. i wish you, i'm very glad that mcdonald's has returned to russia. it's a flip loves up 3 decades ago, i stood in the same to you when mcdonald's 1st opened, i was a student eval uh ah, yet i think the new restaurant, tasty, full stop will develop further and be even better than before. well, there's only one way to find out who i'm loving it. charlotte stevens gave for aussie pushkin's glass in moscow. well, that's the latest foam around the world moneys peter scott's army. buck again at the top of the hour, but feel free to watch. watch social media pages in the meantime. thank you for watching. ah
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with welcome to was a part of the end of colonialism is usually celebrate as one of the few silver linings of the 2nd world war. which may be explicit, economic and political subjugation of one, peopled by another, not only logistically challenging, but also morally reprehensible. and yet, if we look at the countries, the ability to pursue their own paths and make decisions truly in the interests of the people, have we authentically departed from the pith helmet. well to discuss that, i'm now joined by sure. he, the visa professor at the institute of business management in karachi, pakistan professor, is great to talk to you and great to welcome you in law school because we don't get
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too many foreign visitors. they do. now you come from pakistan, which recently went through the change of leadership that some, including former prime minister attributed to your country's intention to win itself of western influence. is that something that you buy the explanation that you buy and do you think that's still the intention of pakistan both it's leadership is current leadership. i'm the people when i think this is what the former prime minister has been saying. but i also food that he had these 3 and a half years when he was the prime minister. i think he should have used that dime really effectively to forge a close relationship with the russian federation and read the people's republic of china and other regional countries. but unfortunately, i was not very happy with the piece of progress that was going on with the
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relationship between these countries. i, for myself, i've been, you know, for the last i was 30 years. i have been you know, are trying to suggest that pakistan belongs to the region and that pakistan should develop her greater economic and strategic relationships with the russian federation with the people's republic of china. and understand they need on, in all these, you know, a turkey or so i think that her, i like her, the former prime minister's narrative her. but i'm not sure whether he's actually whether you know, he actually ab used it to when he was so sort of for losing power. so he used a politically, i'm not sure now are many people have argued that pakistan and others need to sort of free themselves for a western guardianship. but i think he, you.


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