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a yeah, and then we got that with gray lisa. with the maternity all fil is hits and catches fire, doing ukrainian shelling of done yet un labeled the attack a violation of international law. we heard from a hospital patient here with pregnant women and eventually their newborn babies are seated everyone to cover how the key the entire building is now completely destroyed. and now this kind of scenes that we can witness all throughout the city of done that way in done yes, 5 people are killed and more than 30 wounded in ukrainian shelling which local officials describe the worst since the conflict. the gun don't go over. there was
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an explosion. i tried to look, i'm just curious how to bluffton the window shouted. i looked around and there was blood everywhere. the nato chief suggest ukraine may help to see the territory to reach a peace deal with russia. putting the block is aware possible for the escalation with new delhi stands firm against the w t. o 's restrictions on subsidized agriculture made growing fresher from the west . a committee alive from the russian capital on broadcasting to the world. this is our international. my name is peter scotts, and these the top stories this our u. n. has condemned to us a violation of international law, a ukrainian attack on a maternity hospital in done yeske. women in labor, among other patients,
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were evacuated to the basement where medical staff continued to help them as part of the building cold fire. there was no military presence in the medical facility, but no casualties were reported among the patients and a mother to be to be told us what's happened pregnant women and those were there any born babies are sitting there other one to cover how the key to the managed to find shelter, which i know, but most likely ever managed to this is the city came under the worst shelling since the conflict began us, according to local officials and a quick one. and you may find some of the following images, disturbing. 5 people were killed in the attack, including a mother and a child, and more than 30 wounded with us as hundreds of missiles and artillery shells were fired into the city. with the towns at market place suffering direct hits. according to local officials, the attacks were at least partly conducted with shelves of nato caliber. the head
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of the republic accuse ukraine of using rabbits and methods of war by direct me striking civilian areas. we spoke with local residents who described their experience. yes, a you okay. i was sitting in an arm chair. my husband was in the bathroom walking. we had a blast and windows shattered. i looked around and there was blood everywhere. i jumped out into the corridor to see what happened to him, but he was okay, thank god that she was to her to what will you, what, what are you hit by the sharks just as i wish to work on them? yes, yes, shots from windows and even from door panels, hit me. the doctors kept me over and removed all the glass from my arms and legs. but i refused to go to the hospital. let those who are really badly wounded go. another guy was taken hospital. he was head in the vain by heart. my, my, my friend, nice to and i with the very 1st her and into the basement. down there was an explosion. i cried a lot, i'm just carrot. earlier correspondence, roman costa census. this reports from done yet in the aftermath of the shelling,
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ukrainian military continues to terrorize innocent civilians here in this city of john ned's several districts were targeted by ukraine's artillery on monday afternoon. as the result of there was a lot of damage to houses. apartment buildings the gas pipeline was damaged as well, if you will. diesel was also destroyed. now i'm at one of the places that were hit by shelling right here behind me can see firefighters are still working, trying to put out this. blaze. now, a rocket from multiple rocket launcher are right here. this is a storage facility, as i understand is sort aerosols and stationary goods as well. so the entire building is now completely destroyed. and that this kind of scenes, we can witness all throughout the city of nest. this monday there had been
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no damage to any military infrastructure and its civilians who continue to suffer from uncle serv. artsy done that people's republic or the russian and deputy representative to the un said. the shelling was under reported by the west immediately compared the situation with a march attack on maternity hospital emergency pl. ukraine accused moscow of being behind that incident, which was widely covered in the media while russia denied at targeting civilians. civil rights attorney roberts patillo says the media are weaponized in today's conflicts. these are the ukrainians are still using all things to be a law to our 27 year god. one of the least acar walker pale soviet was era bombardment tools, shows that they are not interested in simply taking out military targets. they are simply and who's in the holster or wholesale of corporate bombing of areas. we're also stemming the rush in progress and the people republic of don. yes, it is unlikely that any western outlet will make any mention of visiting point in
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time. part of the problem i will, modern warfare is of the media has been weaponized was also more things take place in iraq and afghanistan during those conflicts were only to you with narrative carried on the international stage. i was only 20 years later we found out we were exactly what got us into those conflicts versus the narrative. don't get into the american people. are we see the, some were what the shadow war going on in the, in africa and other middle eastern countries. so these are the presses abdicated or places, the 4th, the state of bring the neutral order, simply giving information. rather they are important propaganda. arm of the military dust or complex. well as the cranium miniature continues to suffer significant losses. nato's chief a suggest they can't. they have to seed some territory to reach a peace deal with russia, but one of the block is aware of possible further escalation beyond ukraine. osmotica as dia takes a closer look. none of us can tell what stage the ukrainian conflict is in, or how soon it lend intelligence agencies it
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a general's and the east to west they. they may have a hint, but everyone's in more propaganda mode. they won't say unless they have something the game. what we have are indications, seemingly innocent statement here or there that that gives away much more than intended. this is possible. that's all to question the way. the question is, what price i willing to pay for piece, how much territory? how much in the pen so much sovereignty? how much freedom, how much the walker see, are willing to sacrifice for peace. we always see a kind of vertical escalation, war fight, thing, more suffering. have your weapons in ukraine, but escalation be on ukraine. nate, whose chief of staff himself was voiced, the idea that ukraine may have to give up territory for peace. this is from the guy whose job is literal. russo phobia to deny russia at every turn. it's telling and it isn't just him, the idea that ukraine isn't going to win militarily,
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despite the billions upon billions of dollars and in nato guns and missiles and launches, and rockets and drones heaped upon ukraine. the idea or admission that they aren't going to win this fight is gaining traction with mr. territory. i'm not going to tell them what they should and shouldn't do. well appears to me at some point along the lines, there's going to have to be negotiated. settlement, we must not humiliate russia so that the day the fighting stops we can build a way out through diplomatic channels. all of this is in stark contrast to what we heard before from nato leaders. when they thought that the thousands of tons of, of arms that they're pumping into ukraine would see keith, the glorious, this is known as the sustain and coroner, the support of the international community living facilitated by the united states
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as it is a significant reason why ukraine is able to stop rush from taking over the country . this for that see this, our goal is that putin does not win. our goal is for ukraine to be able to defend itself and to be successful, to restore peace in europe. we must continue our support for ukraine. so in its negotiation with russia, it can decide on the nature of installation, it must come freely and not under the baton barrow of the gun. loosely that was wishful thinking. front lines have turned into a brutal neither grinder, ukrainian officials have admitted to losing almost a 1000 troops a day, which includes those killed and wounded. taken out of action, a 1000 a day taken out of the fight. the question is, how long can ukraine keep this up? it's incredibly clear that ukraine is not winning the war. now. there's a huge military defeat also on the political front as well. these sanctions are
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having the impact that they thought that they might have. so i think this is very important because you know, what other kind of leverage do they haven't. the only leverage they have is to lean on zalinski and say, listen to it to bring about into the war and to bring about peace. you're gonna have to concede, can see some territory here, and i think really of us, me and this is the last card that they have on their sleeve to play. understand europe and america sanctions of backfired tour horrendous degrees. there is division and nato with some asking, what is the ultimate point of continuing this? if you crane can't win, what the sanctions have resulted in is a food crisis and the fuel crisis and an energy crisis. and none of those are affecting russia ergo, we may have no idea how long this conflicts will last. but on the west, all ready, looking for a way out was western pressure escalades. india remains
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defiance in the face of the world. organizations restrictions on subsidized agriculture. the country is commerce minutes. this is a new deli won't be pushed around by external forces all bout to threats. order reconciliation developed countries signed a one sided pact to benefit their own farmers before the world trade organization was formed. they gave a raw deal to weaken developing nations. india has been fighting for the rights of its farmers and agriculture within the w t o. the no one can pressure india. we want to come to any pressure to picture the geneva based w t o set restrictions against exporting state subsidized crops as it could lead to unfair prices on global markets. such subsidies allow indian farmers to grow more weight on rice at cheaper costs. and new delhi has set the plans to change the policy as he wants to support his domestic farmers and ensure the country's own food security. don't you think wreath intentions with the west over keeping his
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close relations with moscow? amid the ukraine conflicts, it's rejected. coals from the u. s. to coating ports of russian oil instead increasing purchase of the commodity old b. it's, it's heavily discounted prices and is now one of the top consumers of russian oil. while the u. s. has imposed an embargo on impulse of the fuel from russia. and the u. s. had this to say to new delhi on it stance. in my conversations with them, i've said, look, we don't have secondary sanctions, we can't ban your purchases. but as you increase your purchases from russia, don't go too far and don't look like you're taking advantage of the pain that is being felt in european households in the united states. earlier, we heard from an indian political experts who says that the u. s. should treat in the like an equal partner if it wants to improve relations when you deli, well, i think one of the reasons why india has been under so much precious because the u . s. expected at india is an ally off the u. s. which is what got down to the u. s
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. lines on line on the embargo and russian id. but i think for the west to needs to understand 2 things. india and russia size has started. india has the suffering right? to do work is info, self interest, and india has fame and again done when something's justified. for example, with venezuela, with iran, it's worked, it's looked at along with the rest and long. but with russia, india, energy security settled in india needs to secure herself before moving on. and you know, if you wanna continue, so buying continue to buy import oil and gas from the show. so i think that india consumption do increase as much later than all of europe. and this is your 1st needs to reduce their purchases before they can make to india. and what you're doing with regards to russia. the rest has to deal with india. i think, you know, and then the 3rd part is it has to understand what constraints or destruction and we support it with the rest. but it, it seemed,
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and we cannot spoil our relationship, which is traditional friendship with russia, who's been a friend and has been with us to continue. if you know it's all important, jeopardize it's energy security just because you know, the western countries may have a problem with the country. beacon 2 or 3 countries, i mean at some point in gosh, look at in the g security which is paramount. the book, again repeat, india has 1400000000 people in the energy security is spread among also ahead in the program, the chinese president orders a boost in the country's military preparedness, saying the aim is to be taped national sovereignty. thus, amid rising tensions with fi one, we back out to the shall break with ah,
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your fortune pretty up my be a lot about this morning after search financial ah ah ah ok. but the news here on our international, the chinese president seizing ping, has signed in order to strengthen the country's military preparedness. the move comes amid rising tensions over taiwan. the order which contains a $59.00 articles is designed to safeguard national sovereignty and regional
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stability. china alleged the u. s. is causing tensions in the region and creating an atmosphere of conflicts and confrontation. u. s. prison joe biden want earlier that washington would respond militarily. if china does a type tie, one earlier beijing's defense ministry said the country would fight to prevent the island of taiwan from succeeding. 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 taiwanese separatists to split taiwan from the motherland. the chinese military will resolutely safeguard national security and territorial integrity. last month, the white house launched initiative to strengthen american economic ties. in the indo pacific region, we more than a dozen countries, but china was excluded from that initiative. independent china analyst under lung gave us his thoughts on beijing's military moves, a
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parents or the military operations a. so all you know, who is getting the tree personnel and also installation of equipment and, and also ministry ready in case it will result because there was tension. this is the 1st time that beijing has these kind of guy lies, but this time it displays it warning the united states not to pull out the promise all the one china principal. because the although the united states, i keep on saying that the owner, the one time principal on the other hand, the united states and seem to be doing all sorts of things. i'm trying to hold while this is trying to promote a defense consumer prices rise in the u.
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s. president biden is trying to alleviate pressures on american households and putting the blame on oil companies underbrush. or, of course, this comes as his approval declines among key voters and many of his fellow democrats begin to lose faith in his presidency. biden's old line about everything being russia's fault isn't cutting it with americans. inflation is a real challenge to american families. today's inflation report, confirm what americans already know. prudent price, i can share america. heart rate is what war freight is, is growing less popular by the hour. the latest numbers show joe biden, having a 20 percent drop in popularity among voters aged 18 to 34 from january 2021 to june 2022. now it's important to know this is the group that got joe biden to the white house to begin with having
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a big turn out. it's not hard to understand why old joe is so unpopular. he seemed to promise an economic rebound, but it never happened. at this point, america. ready spacing, the highest rate of inflation in 4 decades. gas in the united states is up to $5.00 per gallon. in addition to that, you've got the mass shootings that took place in buffalo and in texas and the gridlock when it comes to guns. it's pretty clear, joe biden is not steering the ship in a good direction. you could expect republicans would jump all over him. but now with numbers this low, we've got folks on the democratic side of the aisle turning on the new york times. let the cat out of the bag revealing that they interviewed 50 elected officials, who are democrats, and all of them are deeply concerned about the rising strength of the republicans. they say that biden should not run in 2024 because it would be handing them an easy victory to say our country was on the right track,
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would flagrantly depart from reality biden should announce his intent not to seek reelection in 2024 right after the mid terms, if the president has a vision and that's something certainly we're all willing to entertain and examine when that when the time comes. that's not a yes. you know, should he run again? i think that i think it's it's, we'll take a look at it. right now. we need to focus on winning a majority instead of a presidential election. the presidency is a monstrously taxing job in the stark reality is the president would be closer to 90 than 80 at the end of a 2nd term. and that would be a major issue. he looks his age and isn't as agile in front of a camera as he once was. mid terms are coming up in november and at that point we could see the u. s. congress shift based on how voters decide to respond. however, after that bite and will still have 2 years to possibly turn things around.
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regardless, there are many, even within the democratic party camp that are at this point saying it might be worth just throwing in the towel and finding somebody else for the job. caleb martin, r t new york. and finally nuclear reactors in the united states could see outages next year or earlier if russia decided to stop the exports of enriched uranium. according to the american media outlets, the hill, there was a response to western sanctions, could lead to serious problems in the u. s. with the maintenance of its nuclear plants, the plants generates about 20 percent of electricity in the u. s. and unplanned shutdowns of these power plants could result in insufficient electricity. the cover demand with electricity prices rising. further. russian officials claim a us, refusal of russian uranium would only harm the united states itself. marissa controls 40 percent of the global uranian conversion infrastructure and 46 percent
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of global uranium enrichment capacity. in addition, many reactors in u. s. require enriched uranium fuel, which they depend on brush it to obtain. the a we spoke with professor of economics and politics. dotson jack rasmus, who thinks an embargo on russian nuclear fuel would drive electricity prices up in the u. s. on the you are there are some nuclear plants radio ash that do import russia, nuclear fuel. if that is embargoed, no importance to russia than the u. s. and those plans are gonna have to scurry around elsewhere in a world to try to get it. and that's going to create excess demands elsewhere and drive up the price of that particular product and therefore drive up electricity generation from nuclear. and because all these, these fuels are substitute products, what we call them when one goes up, the other girls that drags it up all natural gas. the same thing. if you find
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a nuclear cross going up in the us, will, that will have an effect as well. on the other fossil fuels to some extent. so the question know in my mind is not whether you us embargo said it can scurry around and get some supplies elsewhere. but what about europe? a country like france, for example, 70 percent of its electricity generation comes from nuclear plants that will have a big impact on france. and i don't think france would go ahead with them. you know, banding in ports of the russian enriched, processed in, you know, fuel from russia. that's going to be a little different than oil. france might be a new hungary, when it comes to nuclear embargo on how the world is looking at $725.00 this tuesday morning. do you feel free to check out our channel on odyssey for more content? i'm peter scotts, and i'll see you again in about 35 minutes time. oh
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the 1st phone number that we are with speaking with hello and welcome across not were all things are considered. i'm peter le belt war fatigue and the blame game has begun was looking good for ukraine outside.
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propaganda is completely at odds with the military reality on the ground. and to this, the unintended consequences. sanctions have had on western economies who if anyone will be held accountable with to discuss these issues and more, i'm joined by my guess ladies in our slow, he's a professor at the university of southeastern norway as well as other of the book, a phobia propaganda in international politics and a budapest we have some you only he is a podcast with the guy which can be found on youtube and locals. are a gentleman, cross stock rules, and that means you can jump anytime you want. and i always appreciate someone with plenty of land, let me read you a few headlines. they won't surprise you, or george, or our viewers considering our coverage of what's going on in ukraine over the last few months. ukraine, ukraine's at risk of losing war with.


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