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as any bigger selection will that they should. i see it appears to notice to pick up from that were sent to post african littleton. i'm pregnant. women are, you know, but of, of 11. i think it's enough of a one. civilian is killed and 2 wounded as ukraine shells residential areas of a russian border town and the belgrade region because everything went great as usual. these negotiations are always structured in a business like concrete way brushes. foreign minister is upbeat about talks with beijing on day one of the summits, washington calls on china to follow us foreign policy and wind down relations with russia. and an air strike kills at least 10 people in ethiopia, ty gray region. the territory has long faced unrest with little response from the international community,
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which remains focused on ukraine with just after 11 am here in moscow. and you're watching our t international. i'm donald quarter. welcome to the program. ukraine has shelves, the russian border town of via louis key in the belgrade region, killing one civilian. 2 more people were wounded in the attack. according to the local authorities, with power was partially cut off in the town as a local substation was damaged, the showing targeted residential areas. 3 cars and 8 houses were regions. governor says emergency services are at the scene with power also now restored senior. this comes after more attacks on russia's belgrade region. over the last 24 hours of order checkpoint was hit in next day of car, also in the area causing a fire at
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a customs facility. meanwhile, ukraine says it considers targets inside russia valid and will not sit idle when the opportunity comes to strike. that's according to a key of official we will return fire regardless of where they are. we don't plan to sit still, we will respond and kind and fire back at them when we get the opportunity that includes preventative strikes against rushes, critical infrastructure. now the statement contradicts earlier claims from kiev and washington, the us secretary of state said that ukraine had pledged not to hit russian territory when it received high marse rocket systems. and back in may let me lensky insisted. ukraine is not interested in attacking russian territory. someone in the white house are saying that we might be using them to a tech russia look, we're not planning to attack russia. we're not interested in russian federation. we're not fighting on their territory specifically with regard to weapon systems
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being provided. the ukrainians have given us assurances that they will not use these systems against targets on russian territory. there is a strong trust bond between ukraine in the united states. the threat comes as moscow said, deliveries of long range missiles to key, threatened russia, and would cross a red line which could lead to dire consequences. whenever troublesome relished, we have repeatedly stated that pumping ukraine would western reference least a promulgation of hostilities and more civilian casualties. and brings the situation closer to the dangerous line of direct military conflicts between russia and nato. if washington decides to supply the key f with longer range missiles, it will cross the red line and become a direct party to the conflict. surf landers is the co director of the activist group, the international action center, and she says that key of threats to strike russian territory come with the support of the united states. every step of the way the u. s. has violated what they said
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they were going to do. and frankly, ukraine has not a shred of independent action. they are every step of the way armed, trained, commanded by us forces. they make no decisions on their own. and the weapons they have are not their own. they're directly from the u. s. and nato pipeline. so that's why it's so dangerous, and it's also a dangerous moment. because from washington, they see the meeting, the shanghai organization meeting leaders of the world. from president president g, moldy and so on, meeting together and actually made more isolated than they were. you is in shock waves of economic recession and falling energy. so they're looking forward to expand the one because they have no solution. and so far, the hope,
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what was their own, which was to economic payoff in russia, why did not happen? so the stream frustration on a mold attempt to expand the war for them. in other news, local authorities in the den, yet the people's republic say the ukrainian army has shelled residential areas in the city of don. yes, leaving one woman dead. towns in the surrounding area come under daily shelling from ukrainian military according to those local officials. the russian defense ministry says up to 30 ukrainian troops were killed and 10 armored vehicles destroyed and missile strikes in the heart of region elsewhere. and the southern san region, ukrainian army last up to 500 troops and 80 armored vehicles as conducted and offensive in the area. meanwhile, we've got this latest footage from the russian defense ministry. it's captured from drones, which shows russian artillery, firing at ukrainian positions. and ministry says the images show ukrainian army,
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the ukrainian army in the middle of an offensive, or preparations for that offensive rather while they are being shelled by ukrainian by the russian airborne units. today marks day to a b s. c o summit and the was back capital. yesterday the russian president met his chinese counterpart. the leaders reiterating their drive for a multi polar world on friday, put, and is expected to conduct bilateral talks with the indian prime minister and the turkish president r g 's. maria phenomena is across the latest. friday is the 2nd on the main day of the sta, summit here in was back his song, the biggest and 20 years. 14 world litter is have already arrived to the congress center that you can see behind me. global security will of course, be at priority dear in today's discussion and also a lot has already been said earlier on thursday, as well as ahead of the summit about the need to push multiples,
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charity participants. i go in to discuss this new world order and non western centric one that we can now see emerging as the west is slowly but steadily losing it's influence and trust. dish and high corporation organization today unites 20 countries with a combined population of 3 and a half 1000000000 people. literally, it is a power as super power. we can say that simply cannot be ignored. and as experts say, today's meeting, today's summit is a lot about just showing the outside world that the countries are spending together . i'm following that pandemic hard years of corona virus been damaged and are ready to work together to achieve their mutual goals is also expected that after the summit, wideman pollutant will continue. he's a tattoo tad's, and he's forthcoming meeting with mr. moldy. the indian leader is very much anticipated here. also vladimir potent is going to meet turkeys at the gun too. of
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course discuss global matters and energy security, particularly the russian gas supplies. and also the summit comes at a sad time of yet another bloody escalation at the border between as it by john and that are many, as you know, they were a severe clashes there in the last 7 days, more than 40 people were killed. and of course wideman put in during his meeting with mr. ali of the leader of azerbaijan, he's going to discuss this situation. the prime minister armenia was also expected here had the summit. but in the last moment, mister pushing on said that he's not going to attend. he's not going to come to was becca, stand exactly due to the clashes at the border, but we know that her earlier russia's defense minister had a phone conversation with mr. pushing on this situation seems to be under the control, and of course this will be and the folks at the focus during putting i leave
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meeting, we'll keep you updated on how it is going here. russia's foreign minister, sir. j. lab, rob said, talks between russia and china are going well as expected and says, washington continues to pressure beijing to follow u. s. foreign policy and distance itself from moscow. our message said to china is, i think, been consistent that the, that this is not the time for, for any kind of business. as usual with mr. prudent for the coast. everything went great. as usual, these negotiations are always structured in a business like concrete ways, with a discussion of the tasks that they're relevant ministries face. that's how it went this time as well. this comes on me joe biden's message that beijing is a threat due to china's catching up. the u. s. appears to see other countries success as a loss for itself, remaining wary of global competition. earlier my colleague nikia and discuss the story with the host of the rti program worlds apart, oksana boy come to me, that's
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a very xena fallback. if not the brief statement. what is it supposed to mean that only the americans entitled to some sort of living standards that the rest of the world has no right to to be catching up here we have the, the leader of the free world, essentially saying that the rest of the world is not entitled to catching up with, with the united states. i mean, how else would you interpret that given again, that the united states has accumulated enormous death. it is already living at the expense of the rest of the world. it has degraded the college of this planet. and why is it supposed to go like that the indefinitely without anyone else laying a claim to better life as so many countries with being resolving their long standing issues by themselves? it seems without seeking help from a 3rd party. so do you think we, what we're seeing is a great to trend in your politics. only get resolving is, is a big statement. there are starting to negotiate differences. the overall
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assumption that the west knows what's best for the rest. it's no longer working and it's not no longer working, even for the west, let alone for the rest of the world. and this countries are just taking initiative and into their own hands and pursuing the own national interest. they're not doing that again. somebody against that was there doing that for themselves? and i think as time goes by, we will see more and more of us simply because the, you know, people demanding that own over decision making. and everybody wants to be, you know, on part with everybody else. america's antique china stance is highlighted in a new bill that could radically reshape washington's taiwan policy. if adopted the u. s. would interact with the islands authorities, like a recognized government and provide more financial aid. trying to foreign ministry said the move would escalate tensions between the 2 countries. she's on the bill
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seriously breeches the u. s. commitment a china on the taiwan question and violates the one china principal. it constitutes interference in china's internal affairs violates international law and basic norms . international relations and its sans is seriously wrong. signal to taiwan independence, separate his forces, chinese firm. we post to this and has launched a serious petition to the west side indian with more on the bill and the current state of us. chinese relations hears ortiz, caleb balkan, that you would saying that was tensions rising in the pacific. all parties involved would be doing everything possible to de escalate the situation. however, that does not seem to be the case. we have a new bill passing for the senate foreign relations committee and that bill is seen as a rather intense escalation with china. it provides a $6500000000.00 to taiwan in military aid. it names taiwan is a major non nato
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u. s. ally and it expedite arm sales to the government on taiwan. now there were 5 senators who did oppose the bill. the most vocal of them was us sen, rand paul, of kentucky. this is not a time to radically change longstanding policy without an appreciation of the consequences that may follow. now this 5 senators were out voted and it appears this bill is moving ahead. it is laughed the senate foreign relations committee, now it'll be up to the rest of the u. s. congress to determine whether or not they want to pass it into law. and then joe biden will have to decide whether or not to sign it. now a meeting is taking place of the 5 eyes and this meeting, you can bet we'll have beijing on the agenda. now the meeting is taking place at an unnamed location. probably a luxury resort, somewhere in new zealand in which security in the pacific region is being discussed . and a number of us officials are playing up the idea of tension with china,
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of opposition to china. we have the head of the u. s. naval command, talking about how a major focus of u. s. policy needs to be opposing beijing in the southern hemisphere. we can say plainly that the united states has neglected its relationship in the south pacific . and we're accounting for not by engaging more deeply. the hoping concerning actions by the people's republic of china have in the region, including the secret security arrangement with the solomon islands that have been concerning for the united states of america. and i think concerning, also for new zealand as well. i states is also talking about putting pre emptive sanctions on chinese officials in order to deter military action against the island of taiwan. we also have other calls from us officials for more sanctions and more efforts to curb beijing's influence around the world. now, many are looking at china and admiring the great restraints that the country has shown. when nancy pelosi visited the island of taiwan that was largely seen as
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a provocation. many are now wondering how far the united states intends to go in trying china's patients on this issue and others. it's adding an extra $6000000000.00 to over the heavily armed taiwan. and it means that we are of a signal to china that we're preparing for war against to. so it's a very dangerous situation. it's an escalation in anybody's terms. what it is is using the taiwanese people bursting their f is having china and angry reaction which of course they will. it's actually interference in the southern part of chinese territory. but like the people of ukraine, the united states wants to use the people of the taiwan as pawns. and it's dragging other countries into it as well in the periphery to, to the area, into heighten tension. that's where the pressure comes on and to claim
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that they will defend taiwan when it's actually american aggression board. oh, almost aggression against china, which is the problem is, apostrophe of the greatest. like at least 10 people have been killed in ethiopia. northern tie, grey region in 2 airstrikes on wednesday morning as violence has resumed after a 5 month low. the drone attack hit a residential area and the regional capital of mckelly. at least 13 people were also wounded, armed conflict between the federal government and the ty, gray people's liberation front began in 2020 the trial. ty gray and rebels accused soldiers from neighboring a retreat of joining if the feel be in government forces in a counter coordinated offensive. the recent attack follows an air strike that hit a kindergarten in late august, which killed several children. and samuel get a chew as a journalist, an independent al analyst, who says that residential areas are coming under attack. the fuel burn government
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is husband insisting from the gate or that it's fighting a terrorist entity. and to guy they're trying to root out a terrorist organization that they say is and will be destroying ethiopia if north content and the t p left has been saying that the open government is trying to eliminate their leadership. st. open government as i choosing them, was trying to come buck. you have to note that that you can never was in government for, for many years or for 27 years, including a government, a coalition government that was led by them. they cope and government has been said, they're taking auctions again, the t p and left interest because they think some of the weapons, some of the trainings are happening in this neighborhood. but the top 10 left is saying that's not true. that's not happening in this neighborhoods. up to half
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a 1000000 people have died from war and famine in ethiopia as tiger a region. in the past 16 months. the united nation says that 5200000 people need emergency food assistance in the country's northern regions and nearly 2600000 people have been displaced, some forced into neighboring countries. the humanitarian catastrophe has received little international attention. as the world focuses on the ukraine conflict, as has alarmed a number of international groups, including the world health organization. the woodland can do this. it has the means audience as the world came together 2 weeks ago and did a very good job in helping ukraine to export its grains. okay, that's a good job. but why can't we also push as a global community so that the 6000000 people can get
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foot to it. medicines to be treated in telecom, to talk to their people bank to access their money and media so that they can speak. and then the wooded can know about their, their problems. samuel get at you again says the conflict will have long lasting consequences and may drag the whole region into chaos. this conflicts, once again, i can't highlights it enough how much it has truly of faith, that if you're not just in the to gray region but and now far and far beyond, there are no minutes of people not and even the u. n has been saying they don't have the resources to really help us filter a ghost bug, tanya, of you know, conflicts of famine if he don't stop, if he don't slow down this conflict in ethiopia, it's truly change the region because he tilted has
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a population of at least 115000000 people in what happens in the tilbury to the affects its neighboring nations. people have taken to the streets across haiti after the government raised fuel prices, leaving many haitians in fear of an already dire economic situation. worsening haitian authorities announced on wednesday that gas prices would more than double to raise funds for the government. the new sparked riots across the country, which is already in the grip of gang related violence. 2 journalists have been shot dead in the unrest with their bodies being burned. killings bring the death toll to at least 10 people. as haiti struggles with a 30 percent inflation re, that's with us with the situation here. now we want the government to leave the country. we are buying gasoline and donna $18.00 the longer. mm hm. can we? is haitians do not recognize ariel henry, we did not vote for ariel henry. he doesn't have a mandate, nor legitimacy to be where he is. ariel henry became haiti's,
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acting president after his predecessor was assassinated. his political rivals have accused him of participating in the murder and of being an american puppet. after he agreed to take back haitian migrants to ported from the u. s. henry himself has appealed for international support and pledge to hold elections. earlier we spoke with the co founder leader and speaker of the alternative socialist party. john handled the party who thinks haiti needs new elections. we are heavy, very serious, a very strong corporate proposal to solve the transition. he made that with the so called montana agreement, the montana agreement. it was an agreement built by the civil society by most of the political parties at this, the most relevant, relevant. we did a serious agreement and we did inside that agreement, we had an election, a very fair democratic and consensual election. and they are trying to ignore it,
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you know, why? because it is haitian because it is from did inside do they would like to add up to web solution coming back in the pocket of 80 b, head from the international community. the so could call group and that, and that is impossible. a hybrid regime of electoral autocracy. that's how you lawmakers have described budapest, constitutional and electoral systems. and gary and foreign minister didn't pull any punches as i hopefully parliament your visit that gave you. i think the well paid members of the european parliament would do much better to deal with the real problems in europe. for example, they could spend their salaries on helping the people of europe and its economy after energy prices in europe tripled or quadrupled as a result of the sanctions regime that they should rather be concerned with how to get europe out of recession. how to get europe out of high inflation,
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how to get europe out of high energy prices. when the whole policy of sanctions was started in brussels with a strong support and inspiration of the european parliament. the promise was that it will bring us closer to a solution. in contrast, the war has been going on for more than half a year. and the people of europe are finding themselves in an increasingly difficult situation because of high energy prices and inflation. so it would be good if the european parliament where it's address this issue and not repeat all kinds of unfounded accusations against hungary. the european union's budget commission is considering stripping hungry of 70 percent of its funding over transparency concerns. the countries and he, migrant and conservative policies have caused displeasure that the block for some time, along with its position on the ukrainian conflict. 433. you legislators now claim that the country has violated democratic principles since 2018. here is once again
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the country's foreign minister. my god, i'm back, the hungarian people have now clearly decided in for parliamentary elections in a row. what kind of future they want for the country? and we resend that. some people and stroudsburg and brussels think that the hungarian people are not mature enough to decide their own future. and where is said that they are interfering in trying garam people's decisions. it is the democratic constitutional right of the hungarian people to decide on the future of the country and hungarian people have clearly done so, and we reject any slandering. nope, this. earlier we spoke with political analyst nicholas markovich, who says that the use attempts to dictate rules are in on democratic in themselves . any state which dares have a specific use, whether they be for religious cultural, historical reasons is out of line compared with brussels today. brussels is an authoritarian regime. this is, was hypocritical in and the current situation is that brussels is having the
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attitude of an authoritarian regime. telling countries what, how the mr. that they're there, they're judges what type of lands they're down to, to farm or not with their positions must be concerning russia and other countries. so the what, what, what marriage is supposed to be. so the european union is dictating to the different member states, what they should think, what they should do. and then the european union is telling the people who have been voted for by their people that they are not democracies. this is this, this is a conundrum which is actually very scary because if an a 3rd turn state is starting to decide what the democracy is than all democracies are in danger, especially those in the european union. of course, the president of the european commission says the united, the european union should have taken a cue from poland and the baltic states when it comes to countering russia. one lesson from this war, as we should have listened to those who know putin. we should have listened to the
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voices inside our union in poland, in the baltics. they have been telling us for years that putin would not stop and they acted accordingly. poland and the baltic states have been at the forefront of those who have it out for moscow. on monday, russians will no longer be able to use shan, getting visas to enter the countries. and they are also no longer granting russians tourist visas. they are also restricting the use of the russian language despite hosting numerous russian speaking communities and have long been tearing down soviet era monuments to those who fought against fascism in the 2nd world war. meanwhile, processions in latvia and estonia in honor of nazi ss protection squads continue earlier, we spoke with an expert in geo politics and the head of the euro continent think tank, who says poland on the baltic states are being guided by washington and its efforts to damage europe's relations with russia funder lie on me stressing me reserve. a
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statement is just taking the position of the muster extremist member states war against russia. and do the result to would be more would use agreement review member state even even why not to, to demonstrate it in public because you have a port on them. but kick states who are playing over america while we're interrupting our regular programming now to go to the russian president who is now speaking at a meeting of the s c o leader leaders on day 2 of the alliance the summit. so let's listen your last year that our counterparts have voiced the cloud and importance of the seo is growing globally today. the biggest regional organization of the world wide global. i'm the senior, plenty of accounts for more than half of the entire population in the finance. it
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counts for about a course of global g. d. p h has a lot of actual technology potential and a lot of natural resources, but it was very c o keeps growing steadily now. so you can imagine that plays in increasing the bigger role in global affairs, ensuring a piece of security and stability across the wasn't eurasia levels. and some of the very relevant today in a challenging would you please call environment that something we discussed during the session. we held earlier from the mean like to rates, right, so we're seeing a fundamental change and global policy and your economy. thereafter, reversible news, my hubs and new pow houses are growing
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and so they rely on not only some of the unclear rules that no one has seen, but they are guided by the principles of respect for sovereignty and the mutual interests of each other. these are the key principles element the for game which if politic, you can make it or not. i go to stick snare that shows this principle from the pin the my goodness. opperation sand exhibit is, as the seo did office neil opportunities and culture trade calling me and other areas. one of the key priorities for us as the fight against terrorism and an extreme is organized crime. just legal or groups with drug traffic king,
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which were also needs to help put to mitigate conflict sir. and to overcome conflicts reduced particularly in again his dance such another important area of cooperation is boosting. it cannot make potential. we expand if i tried to investment to undertake them commercial projects, the share of settlements and national currencies has been growing as the president of cause extern said, we are open to the entire world and local we we know to belong to any blocks very soon. you let us that we provide assistance was to address global food and energy crises and they are the not driven by.


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