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position of setting restrictions on the flow of information greatly needs to be counted. it cannot be that the single narrative determines what's happening in the well in a russian lead for say that valence is done by securing the strategic city of a separate. i've done yet. it had been a key struggle that he had proof and the look down. republicans also ahead if they need to establish something like this, a command center. any place is good enough. even the cemetery party is it's heavily fortified positions abandoned by the ukranian army. near the ton of past 9 russian allied forces continue. de mining territories captured from ts truth up to coming up in the program. thousands gather as g 7 leaders come together for
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a summit in germany looking to entice india towards that group on that bond. and it's neutral stance over the ukraine. conflict cries of protesters also voiced their opposition to nato's involvement. and we're totally against this war escalating ukraine. we had a great fear that nato will openly intervene and unfortunately, it is already doing so. and also in the stories that shape that we get, the un warren's, that somalia is plunging into a severe and then during food crisis, with children starving to death po before with help stories from the past 7 days. and right up to the moment developments as well . this is the weekly and archie, and welcome. let's get going. taking
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a look at the latest developments in the ukraine conflict. the russian defense ministry. phase 3 ukrainian military brigades have been hit by cruise missile strikes. the missiles had 3 training centers for troops in the western part of the country, the ministry themes, those ukrainian army units, hop, now lost their combat readiness, and can no longer be used as a strategic army reserve. when it comes, i made a major advance of russian lead troops in dunbar. the city of several than yet is now under the full control of bill against republics. armed forces after ukrainian trips were forced to withdraw. that includes the assault chemical plant where kids troops had dug in. now, hundreds of civilians who were trapped in the area. they are being evacuated right now to safety. now the backdrop tool that being at russian led forces entering the nearby city of lisa, chumps pushing the printing military back there. as you can see here in the map
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loop, ganske trip set block here of forces from the north. while the latest advance of russian soldiers saw them take the southern front ukrainian forces, retreat ortiz english had done the fast been exploring the fortifications left abandoned in the urea with the special forces of the russian army. we are right now moving towards the positions quite recently. captured from the ukrainian troops and we're about to see the fortifications that they have both directed and dug into the ground while over the past 8 years and were about to see what's left of them after the work of the russian artillery jets and well infantry. ah, i don't show you mine. i was going to be sort of mute on him. crunches deep enough to safely shelter a man of average height sprout across the area. amid concrete laden fortifications,
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we find western supplied weapons ukrainian troops abandoned in a hurry, as they fled, logo of the welto should set visitor. this is a permanent fortification. if we go inside, we can see the reinforce doors. they are made of thick steel with sand inside. going further we see another door of the same type and these are the firing positions. each of them has its own zone. these windows are reinforced as well with thick steel as we saw before. on the inside here, the position is draped with his best. if sir cannot catch fire. and this is how the same firing position, which you have just seen from the inside, looks from the outside. there's extra protection in the front, on the sides as well. you don't have to be a military expert to see that it takes a lot of firepower to well overcome and kick the forces out of a fortification like this one. ah,
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and these are the remains of a cluster ammunition that the ukrainian force is used against their former own abandoned well of fortifications. these type of munition is bound to pretty much all over the world. as we explore this labyrinth, we make a disturbing discovery. the ukrainian positions are spidering across the fields in all directions and if they need to establish something like this, a command center, any place is good enough. even the cemetery, there's no red lines. it seems for key forces in the swarm. ethics is expendable decency is an excess. i'm english done of reporting from the don bass r t o g 7 leaders are set to announce a bomb on imports of russian gold. now this year's grip of 7 summit of leading developed economies kicks off in germany. while climate change food security, economic development, that's all on the agenda, the conflict and ukraine and
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a joint strategy of arming cube is likely to dominate talks. u. s. president emphasize the solidarity between participating countries against moscow in a pre some a talk with the german chancellor message with no small partner. we have to stay together with cameras, aggression with both. however, thousands in munich, frustrated by the policies of the g 7, have poured onto the streets today, claiming there's plenty of talk, but little action from the group on big issues there also demanding nato stop
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sending weapons to ukraine. elbow available on scoping. i work with the resistance group because we are totally against this war escalating and ukraine. we had a great fear that nato will openly intervene and unfortunately it is already doing so with the arms deliveries. it is an objective intervention by nato, and we do not know how exactly it will escalate. we must therefore take decisive action against this threat of war and the regular north energy 7 have a huge climate that they are by far the leading contributors to the climate crisis . not only in emissions, but also in their impacts through colonialism and placement of most of the world. i guess it on a difficult situation. first because of the cold. i make now because of the brain crisis and speed of the process. but other things i have to take a leadership role now, and i don't see that happening or protest have also a rooted in madrid for a little somebody said to take place. next,
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demonstrators are demanding an end to what they call the tyrannical military ally. later than the on india and argentina have been invited, a special guest to the summits with the g 7. looking to entice india towards the group on the band and it's neutral stance over the ukraine conflict. while argentine is invitation, comes of the country's president declared his wish to join the bricks group of developing countries. ah, well let's go live now to the german politician on retired or force colonel gerald . often speaking to us from munich, you're most welcome. what do you think are likely to be the key takeaways from this g 7 summit? we've just heard protesters exclaimed other groups all talk and no action hofer as well as bob assessment. i think it was easy,
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stronger soup test been been always there with the g 7 comments and but let me know, does this at times in the groups much smaller than, than an on previous speaking. so we have a g 7 some years ago in germany are much more protests and much more violent as all those interesting just a little bit of a connection issue there with the guests were speaking to at gerald austin, former at german colonel. we'll try and get them back in the program and they delve into some of those issues as surrounding the g 7 summit which starts today and goes on in to monday. yeah, a lot to get into with mr. and we will try again. another story want to bring to today, we talked about it during the week. somalia is starving to death before our eyes. that was the star warning. the un issued to g 7 leaders this week ahead of today's
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open round of the summit, it said only a mustard. an immediate increase in funds can stop the country from descending into a catastrophe, caused by a great famine. no somalia is part of an extensive crisis on falling on the african continent despite a global appeal up for the country along with a soft sudan to attracting pledges of $6000000000.00, the u. n. phase only 3 percent of those funds. i've actually been received the u n's children's fund. unicef is also winning that almost 8000000 children across 15 countries are at risk of death from starvation. and in a bid to tackle the food prices in africa. b. u has pledged an additional humanitarian package, but it's estimated to be much less than europe is providing for ukraine with more and how the funding is drying up your chart tease policy or i cancelled the waste of johannesburg. where wanting to people doesn't have
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a job. and wanting for people like the rest of africa is patient insecurity. maybe 15000000 children are managed on this continent. now to fight found them in the last year. the european union spend $1800000000.00. compare this 4 feet, 4300000000 dollars more than twice that number, that the e u has spent in ukraine in just the last 4 months. the ear foreign policy chief joseph borrow accuses the russian president vladimir putin of a deliberate attempt to create hunger in the world. in order to push out on the you to lift the sanctions. one cannot imagine that the millions of tons of read remain blog ukraine. you are the director who will be polar, suffering, hunger pieces that really walk right. but in africa, 12 people die upon get if weak minute statistics that existed long before the
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ukrainian crisis. not only does not acknowledge it's disproportionate spending in ukraine, it's doing very little to help fight famine. it's excuse and i want to insist that it's not gonna be in the sanction which creates english crisis. our sanctions don't target foot don't out of the 4th july. african leaders disagree, the chairman of the african union court on brussels to provide relief for imported cereals and fertilizers. it is aggravated by european sanctions on the method of payment. we want to play, but it comes impossible. so we are asking the europeans for the same mechanism as for gas and oil. so far that coal has fallen on deaf is boiling, says that the sanctions on russia are not responsible for the global through crisis . and an african countries we should not get any special stations feeling that to people who live here way food is case and becoming more so the policy on team
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200 well political and economic analyst a coal niamack sais. it's critical africa receives food assistance urgently in order to emerge hunger and a bird fan in africa. that has to be on number one, emergency food assistance. i can help burnable people in rapid ibp camps and i've been displaced to conflict number to helping some people are and they get access to funding and assistance in order to improve agricultural yield and ensure that they are able to provide for themselves because it is one thing to provide humanitarian but also you need to give up for people to help the workers. africa has the potential to become a good economic powerhouse within the world in given the opportunity and provide the net force developing countries in europe and united space in canada. to provide
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assistance in to provide support and help african countries implement developmental initiatives that can reduce poverty, increase employment, and create opportunities and improve governance and contribute to social economic development. well, the west blames russia almost entirely for the food crisis. but let me put and has hit back out those accusations. russia is waging a cynical grain war using it as a tool to make food prices skyrocket and destabilize entire countries. nothing is preventing food and fertilizer from leaving russia. and only one country is blocking food and fertilizer from leaving ukraine. and that is russia to day where seen a deliberately inflated hysteria over the termination of ukrainian grain expos through the plexi pulse. i would once again like to stress that russia doesn't create any obstacles to transport the grain from ukraine and is ready to provide the free passage of ships carrying grain to international waters. we have
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a mutual understanding here with the un, but we still lacking constructive approach from the key of authorities. while the head of the southern african cluster of the red cross told me earlier, he fears global focus has shifted from the hunger emergency on the continent. right now, humanitarian age. i've been in the ideal world. yes, we want it to be fairly distributed. what we do know is that that's not the case. if i look at my continent and we've been shouting the hunger crisis by a few months now, and this situation is going to get was where seen that the a we need not get in where that are the regions i get in the focus and not to say that one humanity situation is more better or worse. a one person is that all work off in terms of getting the aid. but what we are saying is that that a does not get in always to the people that need it. the most current on the continent that i represent where children are starving with people that are also
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dying because of them all of no lack of food. and so the situation is really dire, and we're saying that more focus needs to be given to the continent. so that at least humanitarian workers like our new military organization, my god can really step up in terms of scaling of our actions an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe bounce. so historians have described the 900 day siege of leningrad during the 2nd world war. and now in the author, ruthy schneider has published a book that tells the true story of a school girl living through the blockade. it depicts the horrors witnessed in the city brought about by nothing trips tonya. so the children kept a diary recording the deaths of her family members. the book has not been published in english and includes facts about the besieged city, the grip patriarch ward,
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that's known in russia, as well as ordinary people's stories. while i'm very glad to say that the author himself rodney schneider, who's also on re council of russia and director of russia host, joins me in the studio to talk more about this. you are most welcome, sir. thank you for taking the time. i feel your book tells the story of men in grads now. i present this in petersburg blockade as seen through the eyes of a young girl. why was her story of interest to you? or see that story and saw hardly not new people should not forget. next secondly, so we live so far, so we triple machines are for creating the percent of our daughter was in japan. the constitution are, thanks to the lives of machines are when you dropped their bod, 2nd world war in europe. indic. but for that, more than 28000000 machines had to sacrifice their life. so tenure sideshow was
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a little girl who lived during the seizure. plenty cracked by. and so she witnessed the series of deaths so hard to split the ups and the poor are good record those. let's see just so through the land pages we could easily are read on that this, this then based on reflect what you say. the tragic lays all for people of that. so we truly do do the whole lot. so i think that is appropriate to tell the award what kind of 500 this life or a sions the soviet people by had during the 2nd robot. so that, i mean, that was the reason to write this book. what were the main takeaways for you? the things that you read about 10 years life that made you sit up and think, i've got to really write about this because this is incredible. let's see, laker last year i have years. i mean one of these is some programs to come america . so they did the anniversary of the beginning of the game,
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but to provide so in fact, our view, all sort of lead to some programs, intervention with direction house nutrition house in trent and my city. so i had to prepare my speech. so i had to refer some books and do not so suddenly no life of thaddeus i would shiver. now are this, you know, this i just, yes. then i thought, and i was that right or time to tell the story of the millions of children who live during to see of living god. and also during the abode to a to the that is of thaddeus, i'm sure. then i started off studying and troughing many books, and i got information from the i shut the museum better than shocked is a place value date. and saw that i decided to write this book in millennium. so when i got good response and a good positive reviews that english me or i did decide indian language i shot on july yes, model. and then that english me are writing this book in english. and because i think this appropriate time to bring out
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a book in english because you're not like it's only v v. so similar cases, not far from our city. so i thought it should be published in english. and what kind of audience in english do you want to read this? say i want people, i want those people who are should know full intensely who forget who want to forget the history of for the 2nd goal. who want, who were, but possibly for a good that all played by the russians. i mean, in creating this new world order a lot of so that's what i want just people to read it under to draw the life of the dentist. i would say, well, i want them to understand what type of, of people that i thought had due to the 2nd bill. and well, on that point while translating the book, you added more information about world war 2, learning crowds. blockade was that information that people would have been unaware of generally before. do you think or see like her?
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i don't think that is not even a single family left for sure. i mean she has not lost a single person in the book. so when you come across with people that you meet new people, you get more more information about the world war about their life, about their sacrifice. so for example, recently when i was in saint petersburg for the leasing ceremonial position of this book. so i visited the center does what you see a mandated i mean museum of the fence and also your let me get out. so then i was like getting information. so i think not like the more you need to sions you more, you get information about their lives due to the 2nd world war than it did. you understand what kind of life they had are during the war and what kind of cycle to face. they are, they did for probably what it was and your political situation, it appears or it seems like a very timely publication right now because there is frequent talk as you well know these days of history being re written at different viewpoints of the same event is
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that the case that you find for the leningrad cj as well c rating history, it's quite interesting. likely not like for those who are trying to read by the history. that means they haven't forgotten the history, so they acknowledge that there are there. but there is a history for christie cannot be beaten, is trees last than this fax? so those are those people who tried to relate the history. ah, they purposely forget that. thanks to the soviet people saints us will regard me thanks to the shins who are defeated and as is not their litigate piece for life to get. and i wrote down, yes, i would say over. of course i would say that again when i was in saint petersburg, i happen to see an exhibition like her to learn off than was ok. so. ringback what and what is the value of each other and to millions of other to learning for the tune and they, they had a current life, they lead a tragic life protecting their country. country means not just a land,
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just people and culture, traditional language civilization. so their 2nd phase, their life to protect their tradition, their language like that to learn in then boss, since their love additional language says their love for sprint, since they want to look and saw their tradition. so they're being killed and they were being treated like for example then boss, because they spoke additional language. they'd love the show language. so that had fallen there to face. what you call in your nose is because they love to show language and they love to for the so the traditional facial language and tradition of a new teacher and a ship. so i see some similarities. we do in finance, i would sure. and or to learn in the bus, if i can just expand or not, it's very interesting. what do you see are the dangers that such different interpretations of history leads to see again like who,
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not why they were provoked to relayed that history then. so it's important, right, for example, you know, during soviet union, wendy had multiple a word. so it was a strong country. and then after the collapse, i took this individual, the soviet union didn't 9 these. nobody attended to relate that history with us for show was not, not like, you know, of the industry that those things. but after 2000, when a show know like when i would be listed leadership in the ship are tied to recreate that history. the literacy all for the soviet union, a strong nation economically and demonstrate strong nation. then people in other countries like investments don't countries. they try to relate that history just to prevent a show from the other. and so i think, and if you're somebody obviously steeped in russia,
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russia's history as well as something that interests you clearly. are there any other historical events in the country that may attempt to, to, to write another big, is there something else that you find while researching? perhaps this book that caught your attention as well? yes, saw see that? yes i would show was the one girl who's like, who would move? i had all the flu, but i went to st. petersburg this time. i happened to me for all ladies and like going on like are people. and who narrated me the story of many other people like thought, the director of museum, a name, it's a piano. hello not she mentioned me about an old lady who also suffered who had suffered during the siege of the detroit. and so she is still alive. obviously i'd like to book on that or look, good lady who lived during the city of getting that done, who is still alive. i like to me to i'm they don't like to try to book a voter. incredible stories. well, it can just hold your feet unless the audience see it as well. we could probably
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get a shot of them all on one of our cameras. we've been talking to rough. nice now your author of the story of tanya. somebody show over rusty. she's also on re council of russia and the director of russia has many thanks for coming in and sharing this with to worry and indeed tell your story with thank you. thank you for nobby west african nation of molly has been in morning this week after attacks by jabbers terrorists last weekend, left 132 people dead, local se, islamic extremists systemically gunned down civilians. ah, ah ah.
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it is on your jaw. they came. they said to the people, you are not muslims in the few lani language. they took the men a 100 people went out with them after 2 kilometers. they systematically shot people with ah, put him over the phone with the massacres are very painful for me and it's the same for all miley, else. we can't sleep at night when we think about the situation that most he's going through was not good. terrorists must talk with these barbaric acts. our armed forces are working. we have to accompany them without prayers. for 3 days of national morning began on tuesday with the government pledging to find the perpetrators and bring them to justice. the attacks were some of the deadliest in
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mali, sissy outbreak of fighting a decade ago when poor eg, separatists rose up against the government, taking advantage of the chaos re by islamists, militants. molly has faced the string of civilian massacres this year, as extremists and criminal groups take hold, plunging the country into further. thank you them and you know of america. good. i'm, i'm not to comes against the backdrop of france is 9 years of attempts to secure the region against them enlarging terrorist presence. the malaysian prime minister . however interesting this has previously claimed its poorest itself fueling turmoil in the country. hopeless compact this ill moment, williams and grand. there is the french authorities, are carrying out genuine political media and diplomatic terrorism against our government. with the aim of overthrowing it. you create chaos, you arm people, you tell them to go into vide molly. the separate as clearly said that it was france, there was behind the separate its movements of 2011 from libya. the leaders of the
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move and said francis instigated them to invade northern molly and divided and create an independent state. meanwhile, a neighboring burkina, faso civilians held a rally, demanding an end to french military cooperation this week in favor of russian support to curb terrorism. rachel, experts early to encourage claims french troops have been affective and come, budding is to mr. touch you saw me speaking about operation servo it can be stated that it failed because not only did molly fail to regain a significant number of territories occupied simultaneously by independence fighters and islamic terrorist groups. but at the same time, this operation gave the opportunity for the molly, an army to return to its former glory. many have pointed out with regards to the military actions of france in this region. the ineffectiveness of military cooperation between the participants of the french mission, the 1000000 army, as well as the combined forces of the cell 5. these shortcomings led to the fact that ultimately france was unable to put an end to the security problems associated
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with terrorism. as of now, the reason is completely abandoned in terms of joint military operations. since each army fights in isolation without making efforts to harmonize and structure joined efforts to end the instability associated with terrorism. the current security situation is connected with withdraw the army of burkina faso with a termination of the joint military operation of molly in the air, as well as the unforeseen and uncoordinated withdrawal of french troops. and as a result of all this, this hell has become a very unstable region opened all kinds of hostilities. india is known for historically standing its own course, this by fierce opposition. so why do western leaders know think there's an opportunity to sway new delhi towards their viewpoint worlds apart. delves into that right ahead ah.


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