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a, a with russia say, a missile strike on a west and weapon restock. paul in central ukraine, cause defiant, and a nearby mall. the local mac claims the mall have been left open to us by blaring as strike sirens, plus a one with french president micron gets caught on camera breaking the bad news to joe biden revealing the thumb arab states will not be able to pump out enough extra coil to help western countries compensate for the backlash of their own sanctions against
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russia. and russian lead forces say that squeezing, he adds trips from the la guns republic city of leafy chance, forcing them to retreat eastward multi crew looked exclusively at how moscow minutes harry is operating on the ground. second, until it's about 2 firewood, to fight for good. all the ukrainian forces with a one welcome. it's a pm here in moscow, and this is on the international with the latest world news update. thank you for joining us. we start with the latest on ukraine russians. defense ministry say that conducted an ass drive that destroyed a warehouse full of western supplied weapons and the ukrainian city of kremlin chug on monday. ukrainian officials claim a local shopping center was targeted in the attack. but most go say the more court
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fight of the stockpile of munitions exploded in the storage facility near by developer coordinator for services agreement. choose up with the russian aerospace forces delivered to strike with high precision airborne weaponry on hangers that contained arms and ammunition supply by the u. s. and european countries within the vicinity of the cream and shook automotive factory. one of the high precision strike hit western made weapons and ammunition that were being kept in the storage area for further shipment to ukrainian troops. and don bass from the ammunition explosion led to a fire and an shopping center next to the factory furnished well. the fire at this am, store shopping mall and crime and chug. ukraine was no doubt a tragedy that nobody is happy about. i mean russians rushes armed forces remains adamant about the fact that they are only trying to destroy military targets. and nothing has changed here, according to russia's ministry of defense. this fire at the shopping mall started after one of its precision missiles hit, a stockpile of ammunition and weapons that were sent ukrainian military from the
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united states and the european union. the explosion caused by all that ammunition going off at the same time is what, according to the defense ministry set fire to the shopping mall. and as for the distance between these 2 objects, we're talking about a mere 70 meters here. is there any footage to corroborate that? yeah, there are actually a number of videos that are already circulating online, which appear to show what happened. and it's really important that we look at them because ukraine's national security council is actually contradicting with russia's defense, ministry is saying they're saying that there were 2 missile strikes, one at the shopping mall, and another at a stadium in the city. so right on your screen right now, you should be able to see a video that appears to show the epa center of the missile strike. and it's clearly not near any sort of shopping mall, it's, it's close to a, a factory that was acting as a stockpile for weapons and ammunition. now, you should now be able to see a more detailed map on your screen with 3 locations,
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the mall, the factory, stockpiling ammunition and weapons, and a local park. this is in to understand when looking at the c. c t. v footage that has been going around the internet because it looks like it was taken by a camera located that the local park that was facing the factory. and in that footage, you can see that the factory was struck. so based on mapping of the area, we can say with a large degree of certainty that there was one blast and it was at the factory. now, if there is danger of an air strike that there would be sirens blaring very loudly across the city. at that point, why, where people still inside a shopping mall shall pay. apparently, the malls administration actually decided it would not close down, even if it was coming under bombing. and even the air raid sirens were going off. we know that because the mayor of the town made a post on facebook that showed messages from the shopping malls, administration st. just that, that they were not going to shut down in this, in the event of an air raid or bombings. and this is something that the mayor said
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was horrible, especially because there were so many people in that shopping mall. 800 people were killed, dozens were injured. i mean, in my personal opinion, the word horrible is probably one of the nicest kind of adjectives you could put to the situation. french president manuel crohn has been caught in a hot mike incident breaking some rather bad news to us. comes pont joe biden. as he said, arab nations weren't to be able to produce more oil for at least the next 6 months . putting a hold on western attempts to lower their record energy prices. a with one, with
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the full 6 with there is no better way to draw attention to yourself than to run up to the president of the united states, yelling joe joe. and then start whispering when there are cameras around. not co new very well that he wasn't at a private party and that there were cameras around. so what's that old adage if you want people to pay attention to what you're saying? just start whispering, right? so here in france, raise talking about it, it makes you wonder if that was the intent. so who was president michael's audience and what did he want us to understand? obviously, europe is facing an energy prices in supply problems,
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but chancellor schultz is out there denouncing the same fossil fuels that you countries desperately need. business. i know we do have to realize, of course, that the future does not lying gas. this is very particular for germany, and this is something that is going to have an impact on the use of fossil fuel source of coal and gas fargo. so he says, germany's future doesn't lay in gas. well, i guess then it lays in realistically and dirty coal since germany just fired up cold plants. again, out of desperation, germany industry is sounding the alarm over and over again about a gas emergency. and it economy minister is warning of industry shut down amid gas shortages as of last week. the country is now in phase 2 of 3. i've, it's emergency gas plan. and what that means is a high risk of gas shortages through the winter time. now, the federal regulator has said that these scenarios are, quote,
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not pretty and mean either to little gas at the end of winter, or in or already very difficult situations in autumn or winter. now in germany's b a s f is one of the world's largest chemical producers, and it makes products found, did things like tooth paste automobiles. madison's and it relies on cheap russian gas. and the wall street journal just had a piece about this. but schultz, chancellor schultz is dreaming only in green way above him. and we will also expand renewable energies and work even more intensively illness. the decisions that we have taken show that financing fossil fuel energy sources is something that needs to come to an end to the end. so turner industries aren't the only ones that are cutting their gas usage in anticipation of shortfalls. european industries are as well. and despite that, chancellor schultz is really pushing ahead with his climate club, which he wants to stand up among the g 7 before the end of the year. and everything
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is green, green green when in reality they are taking huge steps backwards in anticipation of an energy crunch. mohammed to alice, the bang for messina, advisor to saudi arabia's energy ministers. they the ears, kale sake, energy policies, and it sanctions against russia have caused prizes to so the reason for the high price is not the supply demand or show supply shortages. the chaos that the european union is in with regards to the energy policies. they are not taking that decisions, they are to follow in the united states and they are not even subjecting all of these proposals that be in, at rising from the united say to the cost benefit analysis. what kind of cars not on the economically, but also politically,
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they are not. they are in the top 10 chaos they you, they don't know what to do and we have seen mr. short. how could i and to show that when wouldn't be independent very, very soon, and they cannot, with that, it is organ or gas. this is a reality that they need to take into account. this is the barbarian fashion that there was, is use it. and now whenever the russians react to the sanction, they say when this is unacceptable, etc, etc. and they forgot about their, their sanctions. so i think it would take some time before we see prices go down to selecting the calmness of the geo political fact that this. and i think if, if today they abandon the sanction,
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then probably another 4 to 6 months before right. they've started to civilize at the lower livid mohammed, elsa bon again said western help of a poor chrissy is rife in british foreign secretary lou trust his recent remark on london's ties with oil producing gulf states. despite human rights concerns, we need to make sure that we have a tentative energy sources. one of the key sources of energy is the gulf region. we don't dealing in a perfect world where dealing in a world where we need to make difficult just difficult decisions. unfortunately wouldn't be for the security of the u. k. is saying that they forget that or they may, she may, is she may talking about the u. k. u position. we all are. so the last few weeks, what they did with the, with that if you, jeez,
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the okay. and they are trying to tell them on their why they will come in the caribbean. but if he thought they didn't, they didn't call this human rights issue. this, this kind of deb but a sound that live and, and the hypocrisy that is unfortunately and the blood that now is with too many super power, not the united states. knowing what the leaders, including joe biden have caused the china to pressure russia into ending the conflict in ukraine was according to a statement by the g 7 following the weekend summit in germany. moscow is quick to point out that west anita is turning to china amongst abrupt change in their rhetoric towards that country. and even the pay is like a capitulation capitulation to aging. the final communique of the g 7 summit in
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which western democracies asked china to influence russia, looks like a capitulation of liberalism. the head of european studies at china's rening of sd, say's g 7. countries want to drive a wedge between moscow and beijing. but westerly does it have failed to realize that half of the world doesn't support sanctions against russia. so the sanctions actually according to so called her, i don't assembly of you in our to be we trees and not the legal organ to impose sanction to any us are in state or the sanctions are to the all according to the western to mr. law. ah, is, why are you can enforce auto, sorry, state he joined the sensors according to your, to mix little, actually half. whoa, whoa, population not to join the sanctions against russia, including indian or older, non ice countries and there and which in our economies and the logic of their g 7
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admitted their statement. and not even china, not under sanctions. this actually is not a work. now, so if, ah, there cannot impulse or russia to give up the wheel. and then old tucker to turn to this, quote, china very through quote, a situation artery that it wanted to white china and to rochester relations and even want to isolates china and mic, the excuse also called a d couple offer are china united global supply chain. so that's the strategy of that you. so i think countries to toughen up and tighten their balance as the economic woes they're facing, are a fair price to pay for freedom from black vladimir putin. that's at least what's according as, according to nato's chief speaking on the 1st day of the blocks on going summit in madrid, europeans, $9.00, not to states porters, they pay a price. there is no way to deny that. but that price is much lower than the
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price will pay if truth and gets his way by. you submitted force against the plantation is about the price you have to pay for. pay for free them, installs and burg also claimed that he shares the frustrations of people ever spiraling food and energy prices in western countries. but it's still insisted that it's in their best interests to keep supporting ukraine. earlier. russia's foreign minister warned that western governments are only prolonging the conflicts in ukraine by supplying more weapons to key if they get laugh. robo says that russia has been deemed a threat by the us. lead blokes amongst goes refusal to bow down to washington's agenda. them russia was declared as the enemy long before this natal summit. in fact, if you listen to some western politicians, russia is the enemy simply because it doesn't accept the neo liberal world order being imposed on every one else by the us. along with the western world,
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it has completely subjugated sealed good. why has class life to? andre cometh house, and jim attorney and professor of law at the university of south africa. many thanks for joining us on the program. now again, 1000 but claims that the high energy and food price is a fair price to pay for nato's freedom from russia. do you think must and times pays and vote? is they going to buy that statement? no, definitely not. to europe is used to the very highest standard of living and, and there's also a new poverty in europe which set in would be covered and demick, where increasingly, the normal middle middle top has been pushed down into, into poverty levels. i was in handbook a month ago and that people sleeping on the streets and the people begging for food . so i don't think we can lower the standard of living in europe very much more than that has already, without, without seen quite substantial reactions and forthcoming elections. and so some
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bergosa highlighted the need to stop the war and ukraine. but how does that correlates with be ongoing western weapon supplies the key of military? what does a very old long principle of modern international law, that weapons should never be supplied into conflict? and germany had had a great difficulty in agreeing to, to allow supplies from bird countries or german made equipment. exactly, because of that rule, it's obviously when, when 2 people are involved in a bit of hide in a fist fight, it, it is criminal to give to one of them a big not fuel. so this, this principle has been, it has been a ballot that has been so we know that nato is due to adopt new tenea strategy where russia will be labeled as the main threat to the blog. but russians foreign minister says that this is the fact. so already been the case for
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a while though. how do you expect the confrontation between russia and nato to develop? unfortunately, we're in the middle of spiraling escalation. i spoke this morning to, to the senior colleague, academic colleague and russia, who tried to call me and said, well, russia can easily march up to paris and occupy paris as, as has happened in world war 2. germany would be reduced to what it was, a $945.00. this is very belligerent. of course, it's not a politician. it's, it's a private perception, but on the, at the same time, talking back from nato. evidently on the orders of the west for 300000 men into combat readiness and all nato members have substantially increased their orders for, for the most modern military equipment. germany is going to buy if i'm not mistaken,
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5035 fighter planes. so there is an escalation and progress and it is, of course, this quite daunting and, and for my generation it is basically unbelievable that after we try to build eternal peace on this, on this world with the help of the united nation system, we are now escalating tool and it is saying that some european politicians really believe in a possibility of a military confrontation between russia and they say for example, the new had a person's army has told his trips to pass a defeat, russia on the battlefield. giving moscow should take that statement seriously, or did they look more like a bluff? nature was definitely preparing for battle. the german defense force the bomb. this man has doubled their presence in this way. at the same time, the nato countries have decided that lithuania should blockade access to clinic
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drug, which is a clear publication. and again, a breach of international law. obviously, to provoke a further military operation by russia, which could then trigger article 5 of nato and russia would be in a state of war against natal. i went to the officials, continued to claim that russia is provoking them despite the fact that nature has been expanding, it's reaching a rush. his board is that i was actively trading in on me the ukrainian military ahead of the war. so what's your take on these western claims? i don't think they're very credible or the there is a like a new fixation on, on territorial sovereignty. on a very formal concept of territorial sovereignty, which flies in the way. and the face of recent international law developments like the responsibility to protect countries do have a right and our duty to protect their own minorities if no other means are
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available. and, and we also forgetting that peace in europe as a consequence of world war 2 was achieved by changing borders front, substantially. because the, the root causes of world war 2, german minorities and she's an older and in so much in russia, colleen in broad, which the germans used to call clinics, book and many germans are dreaming or re occupying it. so by shifting goes borders by changing those borders, europe achieved a lost in peace. so we shouldn't be fixated completely on the national territorial sovereignty. it is a very old fashioned part of international law and it has to be seen in the context of minority protection, which is a much more modern duty on the international law. thank you so much for talking to us today. we really appreciate your expertise and your insides on their said to the chairman, attorney and professor of low at the university of south africa andre thomas
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housing. thank you. now russia and a ron have been around him ramping out development of the north south transport region. the phase of heavy sanctions by western powers, the roots running from india to iran, across the arabian sea, and then from iran to russia across the caspian is a shorter and cheaper alternative to current a popular transit routes by the students can now be developing north south corridor is expected to reduce transport costs between india and europe, by a 3rd. meanwhile, iran has also analyses applied to join the brakes creeper emerging economies with to ron, looking to strengthen its times with the organizations current members, brazil, russia, india, china, and south africa side mounted miranda professor at the university of to run expects the brick script to expand even further with other countries following around footsteps. the greater the cooperation between countries like iran, brazil,
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russia, china, india, to the south africa argentina, among others, the less dependent they become on western powers. the very fact that the iranians an argentine and they have both expressed strong interest in becoming members i think is the importance of the brakes organization. and i think that probably in the coming months you'll have more countries that will express the same sort of an interest in joining. now we see the global sound joining hands increasing cooperation from the mirror to asia. and that will change the world order the world order is already collapsing. and i think with the help of global soft countries coming
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together, this change will not only become more rapid, but i think it will have, it will become. but it will be a more organized shift away from the west. understand national has a case the commission of turning a blind eye to the illegal detention of thousands of arab and african migrants in lithuania. then to go this route built when it cools, cases of abuse and discriminatory double standards in the treatment of asylum seekers on highlighting a control thing, treatment of ukrainian refugees in a refugees and migrants have been held for months on end in squalid prison like centrism lithuania, subjected to serious human rights violations, in the hope that they will voluntarily return to the countries they fled from. there have been numerous reports of ill treatment, some amounting to torture. detainees have also been placed in isolation and bitten by dogs. if they tried to escape a psychologist to worked at the center is currently under investigation for alleged
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sexual violence against detainees in his care. it's going to be worse now after seeing the treatment promised to ukrainians, because people here cannot take it anymore. we are under horrible pressure to go back to our countries. is this the humanity they are talking about? we also want to help people coming from ukraine because we already saw that we already lived, that we already felt that the sad thing is we are in a dark place. we are going through a terrible time and we are hopeless. what hurts the most as when i follow the news and see how the world show solidarity with ukrainian refugees and how they treat us here. if the waning and e commission officials have yet to respond to these allegations, honesty, international, also documented cases of racial abuse including profoundly offensive slows being used against men and women of color into rainy and custody. i have been locked up here for 2 months already. we don't even know where we are sung renewed, the buddha burst through effigies here,
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only people of color. there were white tea that they were all released almost immediately. please help us help us. we want to be released. they took a freedom. we need your support. as amnesty international also pointed out, ukrainian refugees and getting all the benefits and, and being protected by a u government. and also warmly received by many residents of those countries who even at the ukrainian stay at the homes. my gerry and politician adama, gaba says the you welcoming the ukrainian refugees while mistreating bows from the middle east and africa exposes the rising disparities in the world. just a bit to wind up people on those of the pool of portal that are not or people you'd be coming to school for entrenched because you're picking up. what's your motor, right. if you're talking about the responsibility for the, for, for the general population of the world, if you're picking about the tune responsibility to be able to manage it with me. we
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can not help euclidean g one him into the entries. judging or 2 or 2 men to dissolve human beings while the people of cornwall, like people all through god, they're going to lose or to miss you one in a place where the color i lu nutrition, which is like more julie under too much motor board like a potential syndrome sort of product, they're technically be put into gluten denying. that's why i want to proceed with them. so. so this is just a poll, this is, this is just an sole rosaleen human went back to a car for each of the ukraine conflict russians, defense ministry, things that more than a 100. a key of trips and foreign mercenaries have been neutralized now ukraine's 2nd largest city hall called in the countries northeast. fears parcels have broken out in the sea chance scarf. the russian at forces took control of key areas around the city. as you can see on the map, the ukrainian army now appears to be blocked from the north. off to caves,
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troops retreated from several don. yes. and also from the south, which is allowed the le ganske army to surround lucy chanced on easy coast on. i've got exclusive access to see how russian russian and the allied forces have been operating in the guns was ukrainian now a russian trophy weapon the soviet made. the 60 poor thank is successfully thinking bought in the v nazi vacation of ration just outside the town home park to almost literally seconds until it's about to fly at the woods. a 45 percent of the ukrainian forces. mm. and what you have here is a disguised trophy tank. it used to be ukraine's
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t 60 fool, but was captured all the way on the outskirts of kids since then. 4 months now, it has been taking part in the denazi's fine operations embedded with rushes. special forces at the much. melissa, this is our little baby. we took it from the cr, any national gardener, key, f t a t 64 b. v take. does it work well? it works well enough. there are a lot of screw ups actually because ukrainian army didn't know how to service it properly. i think we need to pull out all of these american electronics. we can work with it. the most important thing is that a works for car. ah. as the russian forces advance in the don't buy new areas become available for journalists, and this is one of them. this is where the onslaughts, on the key strategic town of our tome of school by moved is happening. basically, it's the gateway towards ukraine's city citadels. and thanks for joining us,
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have an aussie international web back in 30 minutes written oh, 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 offensive, very dramatic development. only personally and getting to resist. i don't see how that strategy will be successful, very critical time time to sit down and talk with me.


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