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ah, ah ah ah, in the stories that shape this week, at least 4 children were killed in ukrainian artillery attacks on the internet to a public civilian casualties. most grieving families struggle to do the pain a fellow a . 7 fascinated during the campaign trail, former japanese prime minister, and so all of a died after being shot by and load gunman and the party's over boys johnson.
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he says he's stepping down is british prime minister. that's off the he failed to impress fellow conservatives on the home front, despite drumming up military support, the ukraine. our country is facing immense challenges. i firmly believe that the public are ready to hear that truth with bringing you all the global news stories from the week that matters. this is our see international thanks for joining us. i'm charlotte eager. well 1st we'll start with the latest in the ukraine conflict to a key. ab says at least 15 people have died off to russia, fired rockets at a residential building in the next town that still under ukrainian control. 30 people were reportedly trapped under the daybreak in the town of cesar that's according to ukrainian media. 2 entrances to the building are also reported to have
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been destroyed. meanwhile, russia's defense ministry has said that it targeted military objects, interests of yar strikes, reportedly hitting a hanger containing us weapons and around 30 ukrainian soldiers. russia says the troops have been shelling residential areas of don ask. now meanwhile, ukrainian shelling continues on the capital city, all the genetic peoples republic. according to local authorities, keeps forces have been using nature type heavy artillery to attack 6 residential areas. internet city, at least 3 people are reportedly injured. massive shelling started on saturday when at least 3 civilians were killed and 12 others injured. and early this week, several children died, falling shelling of residential areas in the deluxe republic by the ukrainian military, with one of the victims, a 10 year old girl lay to rest on thursday. i came off the camps onslaught in the
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capital city tonight. a warning you may find the following images distressing my part i. 7 the pictures that you're seeing now show the aftermath of the attack with relatives trying to come to terms with that loss. a large crater was left behind by the shells impact, as you can see here. nearby windows role, so chatted. the girls mother and grandfather described what happened when you lose group enrolling with angela with them with
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now another attack on wednesday, left 3 children dead in the nearby city of mucky. yes. local officials accused ukrainian military of deliberately shelling civilian neighborhoods. 2 of the deceased were just 7 years old. a 3rd was a teenager. again, you may find the following images distressing. in this video, you can see the playground where the 27 year olds were playing when heavy artillery rounds landed. officials in the dynette republic say the shelling was one of multiple attacks from ukraine, utilizing rocket launches and nato issue artillery. we've heard from an eye witness she that shelling, as you can imagine, emotions are running pretty high. up with you for that matter. buick are immediately when i heard the explosion, i went to hide under my bed, little dora with him just then when everything calm down a little i went out on the balcony to look around. there were 2 children on the
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playground, a boy and a girl. you. it's good 50. the girl was sitting up but she was still alive. and not much. should the grill guard with the dealership? my was grasping at the boy. pretty buick dock. when i got out onto the street, it was good, she would get which the girl was lying there too much. the ukrainian military shelling of the dentist republic has intensified in recent months. according to local authorities, it's been reported that over $230.00 people, including at least 16 children have been killed in the attack since february. the capital city donnette has borne the brunt of the onslaught, often being shalt relentlessly for around a month. meanwhile, in the neighboring la against republic, which is now completely under the control of russian lead forces ortiz,
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senior correspondent, murat garcia, has found an abundance, apparently of abandoned us, supplied weapons left behind by ukrainian troops. as they fled the front lines of the battle fully, she chanced the site is a tremendous explosion. just just look around at the center was here and all the trees were knocked back by a blast. the i can't even imagine. and i know that this was very recent because it's like a sauna here, the, the earth itself, is he still smoldering touching this? this metal, for example, is like touching a hot kettle. now this was apparently a ukrainian truck transporting american shelves. m 7777 shells. those are artillery that have been provided for care of. he is one of the shells that was scattered in these blast. there's nothing like this in
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the ukranian arsenal or what ukraine inherited from the soviet union. but again, they were apparently hiding in the woods as many of their troops and forces did around this a chance. they were apparently spotted and, and struck. we've fired with assistance from the locals, and evidently, no one's been here yet. the russian troops haven't even found this place yet. this is while a will find m 549 a one rocket propelled shells for the m 777. how it's a supplied by the united states with a lot of pomp to the ukranian military. now, these are improved and more expensive versions they fly even farther over here is evidently the artillery sideway, where ukrainian troops stationed there, artillery. moreover, the am 795 shells. these are regular not rocket propelled shells. this is all
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evidently dumped in a hurry. why? while he is the reason russian count a battery fired some of the shells laying here had been fitted with fuses for imminent use. the american howitzers here were undoubtedly damaged this close to impact craters, but whenever the less evacuated apparently, urgently by ukrainian troops they left behind everything else. so during our short search, we found not only shelves, but huge amounts of propellant charges. us army think a t v also a huge amount of power. the charges in these containers, these are full, full, again, vast awesome left behind by ukrainian troops as they retreated, all of this flown in from the united states to supply the ukrainian military
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here between lisa chance quick ukrainian troops fled from. and the city of city of risk, we found a network of trenches and fortifications, which were also abandoned is another dug out either via the trenches and dugouts dotted is forced. the areas over there was another one. we would go down as a high chance. it's highly likely that at least in one of these dugouts there are surprises . mines would. trip was booby traps left behind. we'll leave this to professionals . the locals in a small village of 2 dozen houses want the place cleared as soon as possible. they've had enough of blasts and the glad to see the backs of ukrainian soldiers than they were positioned all over there. they kept firing. the windows in my house were shaking, and of course there was returned fire. yes, it is in the father away. well, we would have had to approach them 1st was
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a dangerous, we didn't want to get involved with them. so no one knew what they could do towards the end. likely fear, like lucy, chance this area could have been defended for weeks. but again, ukrainian soldiers, a nationalist fighters, choose to flee. another side with morale among them is far from what it was more i'd gas v of r t from the look guns, people's republic former japanese prime minister sion. so aarp a died in the hospital this week shortly after being shot at close range by a lone gunman during a campaign event of 41 year old suspect was arrested at the scene and is now under investigation i. it's actually place on friday in the japanese city of nora. people at the scene did
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attempt to revive off a before the paramedics arrived, the former premier was then lifted to hospital but was said to have had no vital signs. upon arrival, doctor tried there for hours to save his life, but said he bled to death from 3 deep wounds, including 2 in his neck. abe's 9 years, as prime minister made him the longest serving premiere in japan's history until he resign citing health issues in 2020. he remained influential though, despite that in the ruling liberal democratic party, for which he was actually promoting candidates ahead of the parliamentary elections . this weekend, former british diplomat, william mullins says, japanese society has been facing a deepening polarization are, there was not sufficiently naturalistic. there are 2 kinds, at least 2 kinds of japanese nationalists, the kind that want the americans in there to we wouldn't like it are prepared to
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accept american nuclear weapons that to flex their own muscles against their traditional enemies. russia and china on the one hand. but on the other hand, you have to remember you have the more extreme, similar i tradition, where you must get all foreigners out and make it powerful. japan once will be worrying people. now, in this highly complex situation in the whole world, is, is japanese society, political society. going to become polarized into the more left wing, anti nuclear, anti american, anti nato lobby on the one hand. and on the other hand, those of the more moderate tradition, like, for example, you have at the moment, japan, if you like, as the west of the east, you have societal tensions building up the ferry spending has gone up. the
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possibility is that they will be hosting nuclear weapons. so these are enormous questions and i think to speculate now and say the japanese society is going to become more naturalistic. it's dangerous, but it could happen now, course in the u. k. the parties over for boris johnson who's a nancy stepping down off to 3 years, this prime minister, his premier shape, has been marked by a series of scandals. all of which raised questions about his leadership. johnson agreed to quit off to extreme pressure came from fellow conservatives with several of his ministers resigning earlier this week. now, most recently, the outgoing prime, instead of found himself engulfed in controversy over alleged harassment by a government deputy chief whip. now, it was initially denied that the p. m. was aware of these allegations when he to pointed his ally to the role. however, it later emerged, johnson had actually been fully in the know this week scandal was just the latest
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involving u. k. government johnson's premier ship had been called into question previously over the infamous party gay to fire, in which he and his wife were fined by the police, the hosting, an unlawful social gathering at number 10 during a code it locked down. now, while the latest scandal is considered to be the straw that broke the camel's back and prompted the mass resignation of government officials, rising inflation and worsting economy have also been described as major factors in bringing johnson down the country's treasury chief was one of the 1st government officials to resign this week on his way out, which she soon acc, highlighted key disagreements with johnston's policies. our country is facing immense challenges by firmly believed that the public are ready to hear that truth or people know that if something is too good to be true, then it's not true. they need to know that whilst there's a path to
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a better future, it is not an easy one in preparation for our proposed joint speech on the economy next week. it has become clear to me that our approaches are fundamentally to different. while some u. k. politicians have welcomed the end of johnson's reign. western officials on are speculating as to what impact this could have on the conflict over ukraine. london has, of course, been one of keeps key allies so far, and is all to contribute to rachel most and reports with problems mounting across the west. the finger of blame for perhaps all there was continues to be pointed at the kremlin. well, it's by, by boris johnson, and in the wake of the british prime minister's resignation this week, over domestic scandals. some folks seemed less concerned about what it means for britain and more worried about the impact of johnson's resignation on ukraine. maybe because in his resignation speech, johnson returned to the topic a let me say no to the people of ukraine that i know that we in the u. k. will
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continue to black, your fight for freedom, for as long as it takes johnson then had a phone call with ukrainian president vladimir zalinski, who reportedly called johnson's support, special. bloomberg called johnson's resignation, a good day for vladimir putin, even though it was. well, let's face it, his own government that seemed more relieved than any one else. that he was being shoved out the door of 10 down extreme. but they're not alone in their concern about the impact on the conflict in ukraine of domestic setbacks that are hitting the current crop of anti russian western leaders. and b. c news called french president, a mandarin mac holes loss of an absolute majority in parliament. and the surge of mounting depends populist right national rally party into being the single largest
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opposition party. an outcome that may not be welcomed in washington as the west navigates russia's war and ukraine and its effects. joe biden and canadian prime minister justin trudeau are both suffering from higher levels of disapproval than approval as a result of their own domestic political failures. political points out the western leaders treated the latest g 7 summit as a refuge from their generally dismal approval ratings. back home with our own houses in such a mess. poland prime minister is concerned about growing western indifference to the ukraine conflict. western communities must understand that this war is also about their security. i'm afraid that the coming months will bring more indifference and this is extremely dangerous. unfortunately, putin is also counting on it. sorry, but western leaders just can't keep allowing their domestic responsibilities and
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growing in popularity among their own populations. to take a back seat while they focus all their energies on sticking it to russian, president fly reproving. meanwhile, the cost of the conflict itself in ukraine for these leaders is continuing to grow . self imposed anti russian sanctions on you, european nation energy supplies are now sparking talk in germany, for example, a force heat, water and light rationing. it's not fly reputed who made boars. johnson resigned or cries, biden trudeau and mac holes popularity to tank. it's their own shenanigans and misplaced priorities and the eyes of their own citizens. and the longer the conflict in ukraine persists, the more at risk, also being seen as yet another one in africa. now we're a therapies struggling with fuel shortages and rapidly escalating prices that been
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huge lines spotted at local gas stations across the week. some of the drivers saying that they waited for analyst just to tough up the price of diesel increased by 38 percent off to authorities, cut government fuel subsidies. previously, ethiopia, consumers, it only had to pay a quarter of the regular global rates for the fuel costs, have been the sky rocketing around the world as transport destructions and punitive sanctions are impacted. key supply chains is what some locals in ethiopia are saying about and they government handling of the crisis. yes, i think it was a hasty decision. it is not taken poor people into consideration when transport providers increase prices, immersion, and turn increase the price of the are. therefore, we are the ones affected mothers. i've been looking for at least 45 minutes. i think the fuel prices is a global problem and i think it is related to the lack of stability globally. we'll understand the supply chain disruption that most of the global oil was due to lack
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of a lease. i don't think it's fair to blame the government. well, there was a lack of supply, like, you know, when i have learned that russia and ukraine contribute a lot to the world. and obviously that is why the cost of living and fuel prices have increased heavily due to the conflict between these $2.00 countries. in an unprecedented way, the world were greatly benefit if there is peace between these 2 countries. elsewhere on the continent there, of course, a nationwide protests in south africa with fuel prices searching to record high seas pool. a clear explains new height comes while many locals are already struggling to make and mean the price of fuel has gone up again in south africa, climbing maybe 50 percent in the last year alone. just this week it broke a new record. so many people choosing to work from home while the truck drivers flocked main roads in protest and planned more strikes, motorists are getting increasingly more fit up with the constant hikes and blame
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the government for not regulating fuel prices. and that's putting more pressure on the economy. everything is expensive. we suffered, don't always close everything. so we know with the problem to all of us can do this when into a takes almost one that was the $11000.00 that they had flies. we would be our president have to because the somebody who would in need to speak to dad did that i'd people, maybe they can make sample, they can reduce the petra, it's really hurting my pocket a lot. because i mean, i think from when i started driving 7 years ago, the, the price of petrol is doubled. and putting in 200 ran just for a day of hardly driving anyways. it's horrible. this is a lot of rates and taxes, but i think it's a bit overkill at the moment. i think that they can be
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a better solution. but the government says it's hands are tied because south africa depends on international market for its fuel supplies. with between 70 and 80 percent of local fuel coming from foreign import. since february, when russia and ukraine went to war, international oil prices have risen dramatically. russia is the world's 3rd largest producer of crude oil. the width, economic sanctions on moscow have lived poor african countries literally having to pay the price south africa. the neighbors, along with other african countries, have subsequently been rocked by protests. crisis in africa have been ignored. the crisis in the style region, for example, is risk of starvation. in fact, minutes i've said in many parts of the continent, in fact, a report was released earlier this year. that said that can of the most significant crisis is in the world actually occurring in africa. and they ignored,
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and this is something that is very, very harmful to africa because the global community has taken its eyes off spaces where autocrat and honda is really read can have all on the continent for the high . so i'll expect next month when the toya government says it will end a temporary fuel subsidy program because it can no longer afford it. the result is cash strapped to consumers being pushed to crisis point, many of whom already cannot afford the more than 50 percent increase in food products and they're threatening to take to the the lack of a solution now leaves both the country and the region closer to crisis point policy r r t. nels freight now choice says it's going to take a long mosque to court. that's after the world's richest man pulled out of a deal to buy the company accusing twitter of failing need to accurately report on its numbers of fake accounts. earlier
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a lawyer representing the billionaire said the social network had breached multiple provisions. sometimes twitter has ignored mister masks requests, sometimes it has rejected them for reasons that appear to be unjustified. and sometimes it has claimed to comply while giving mister musk, incomplete, or unusable information. in may musk said that the deal to buy the platform had been put on hold, as he urged twitter to prove its previous assertion that fewer than 5 percent of its user accounts were flake. musk says the actual figure may be much higher. now twitter privacy faced multiple calls to disclose the number of fake accounts. a few years ago, reports emerged that a senior employer at the company was also simultaneously serving in the british government military warfare information department. he was allegedly tasked with using social media to promote u. k. government interests to get
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a better understanding of why musk cooled off of twitter deal. we've been hearing more from journalists in columbus. ne boucher mulch. a seem like this is an attempt to at the art of the deal and having having him re negotiate a better price because twitter stocks have actually crashed since his announcement that he would be taking over. there's definitely something there at twitter has sort of more into this narrative shaping weapon and for a government or coalition of governments that essentially live in this manufactured could, you know, consent law, land it's, it's the perfect way to shape this fake reality. and it stands to reason that they would be putting the premium on twitter to do so, which is why they've been so upset when musk said he intended to buy it. they don't actually want mass controlling the company, but they don't have much choice in terms of finances because they're in really top
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shape. their, their stocks are going down their, their revenue is dropping. essentially, people are getting tired of twitter because they're incessant centers. you're the only thing that seems to matter in the eyes of twitter sensors is who does it to whom only when to designated enemies of the west that are getting singled out. whereas western government, by and large get away with it. that's all from us. don't forget to head over to all t dot com, where you can find out more information about the stories we've been bringing. and of course, much, much more. ah, ah
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awe. on february, the 24th 2022, russian launched a special military operation in ukraine. the campaigns 1st major battle wasn't operation to bring the city of murray. you pull back under the control of pro russian don bass with
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dude with almost 3 months now. alexander had a cough skis unit made up of volunteers from dun ask. has been fighting on the murray open front. or can you prefer thought scorpion from previous conspirator? i said, you're going to assume when you're actually at the foot, you as to restore your direction, you put the paper, looks the i'm capable of postal room, you might get a but you sort of a little budget because usually
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