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because. it's telling you. the people in the czech republic. from approving the mounting interest from the. us. treatment for young people in the republican. transwoman about the dangers of changing. many things for real problems bone structure natural development of the brain. blackout. facility was an act of terrorism. that was
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behind the breach. and is 60 years to the day since russian cosmonaut yuri gagarin transcended the limits. on becoming the 1st. celebrate the anniversary corresponding to the taste of 0 gravity down here on earth. it feels unusual. i mean i really can't believe that this is. you know floats around a space station and. it's amazing. that great to have you company this morning. almost half of people in the czech republic are ready to use the vaccine if approved by prague summit a spike in u. . paean interest in the job which the e.u.'s medical authorities have yet to
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approve peter oliver reports of the czech republic could be sent to follow hungry in start using russia's sputnik v. vaccine before it gets approval from the european medicines agency the czech president the man made the announcement he was also critical of the slow pace at which the e.m.e.a. approval for the sputnik v. vaccine has taken if the decision on sputnik the registration is made by our national regulator it will be enough to start using it as happened in hungary as for the european medicines agency it is very slow well new infections in the czech republic have started to relent in recent days that's following the country being gripped by a 3rd wave of the covert 19 pandemic now a recent poll showed that just under half of the czech citizens who were asked the question said that they would take the sputnik the vaccine without a.m.a.
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approval as long as health authorities from prague had given a green light now just over the border in austria they're a little further along when it comes to getting sputnik into the country negotiations that have been going on for a little while were concluded over the weekend between vienna and moscow for the purchase of sputnik the vaccine the austrian chancellor sebastian cooked saying that sputnik v. would provide an additional turbo boost for austria's vaccination program sharma shell the e.u. council president has also been speaking he acknowledged that there is differences between member states when it comes to the use of russia's sputnik the vaccine there's a lot of pressure and politicians people are getting impatient they want to get vaccinated governments want to do all they can also control this insensitivity to regarding sputnik the among you member states at the bat. over last weekend spawn
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the german health minister said that germany would be looking to secure its own deal for sputnik v. once the european medicines agency has given it the green light germany could have to set up its own deal of course because the e.u. commission joint procurement mechanism has already said they're not going to buy sputnik v. as it stands at the moment there's also been some comment from france when it comes to that announcement from germany last week the french foreign minister saying he thought that was a bit of a p.r. stunt designed to give confidence to the local markets here in germany of course we have an election coming up in september he thought that was a bit of politicking from yen's barn but he also said that he wouldn't rule out taking any vaccine based on where it come from that if it's a good vaccine it's a good vaccine but when it comes to the all important a.m.a. approval well sputnik the started being looked at by the european medicines agency on the 5th of march we're expecting that process to run through perhaps as long as
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the end of may once it gets the green light of course it can then be used all across the european union. a blackout of the underground nuclear site in iran is being described by government officials as an act of terrorism the natanz facility suffered an outage on sunday a day after the president unveiled a new set of advanced centrifuges for faster you rein him in which meant iran is found to retaliate against the perpetrators but has not so far assigned blame the media in israel citing western intel sources claims that the alleged cyber attack was carried out by israel's intelligence agency mossad and sunday the israeli president stressed the importance of fighting against the iranian nuclear eyes ation. the fight against iran and its proxies the fight against iran's nuclear program the fight against iran's nuclear ization is a huge task. well the incident threatens to overshadow
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a long going talks between iran and will power is on reviving the 2015 uclear deal i'm a political scientist at tehran university also says israel is the most likely culprit . iranian official thought for have not formally accused anyone but i think it's very unlikely that the israelis are behind this and this is not surprising in the past 10 years every time you're on in the united states have begun serious diplomatic negotiations the israelis have tried to sabotage this. assassinated iranian scientists between 201-2012 when obama wanted to negotiate with the go on arguing the final days of the trumpet ministration day assassinated iran stopped nuclear scientists with the aim of forcing a confrontation between iran and the u.s. and now there are diplomatic talks have begun in vienna since last tuesday between iran and the u.s. 1st they attacked the rain cargo ship off the coast of yemen and now we have this
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cyber attack. divisions in the u.s. republican party are deepening as witnessed in arkansas where the republican governor's bid that veto a transgender bill was overturned by party members the law forbids transgender treatment for under-age people it's been called the strictest and to trans measure in the country journalist he reversed his sex change so that it will protect young people from making a dangerous mistake. i reach about 300000000 people a year and help people every day who also have regret or have a story just like mine and want to do a transition so i've worked with a lot of young people who were diagnosed by a so-called doctor telling him that they had gender dysphoria have gone and met with the children and been around with them and none of them that i've come across
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had gender dysphoria that was a fox diagnosis and in working with the children i've had them the transition the harm that's done is that it causes. many things real problems for bone structure often times in a natural development of the brain is interrupted what we know from sweden is that after you go through these procedures share 19 times more likely to die from suicide than you would if you didn't go through the surgery so what they're doing is really horrible the arkansas governor defended his failed attempt to veto the bill is a conservative step against government overreach what do you hope my veto will call my republican colleagues across the country to resist the temptation to put the states in the middle of every decision made by parents and health care professionals. they all can still bill prohibits doctors from providing gender
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affirming procedures puberty blockers or surgery for people under the age of 18 as well as from referring them to other professionals for the transition from the president on the trump blasted the governor after he vetoed the bill saying it spelt the end of his political career is over again he says the transgender debate has become a source of money and political leverage for some. you know big pharma has a great interest in selling or moan therapy to people who don't need it the people who make the hormone blockers the advocates you know whether it's facebook or these other big platforms raise money for these advocate groups and i think it's it's horrible what they're doing and it's really political it's not a medical thing now it's become totally political because what they're doing is not providing medical care at all they're raising money for these activists to perform
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unnecessary surgeries and harm kids. 60 years ago to this day russian calls when all to you regarding the can the 1st human to leave misfits is chippin small but it's widely seen as being the start of the space rice but it actually helped to break barriers not just in terms of human achievement but also between east and west. good afternoon the soviet union announced it had launched big number 2 for. me to give to the left to. go
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to. school football game or move to the small of the football game. for. a while for the russians 1st into space. why not for profit basis
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of soviet. space flight made ski garden a national hero he lived fast but died young at the age of just $34.00 during a test flight accident so videos and photos such as these the connection that we still have with the 1st space traveler as well as memories of those who knew him his interpreter and friends shared hers with us. well at the here pit everyone not only recognized him but tried to get traits that if that was a crowd got a good car and it was in the center of it everyone smiled but there was no other way of looking at him and he has a special place in everyone's heart because he was our one man the fastnesses and space and suddenly he was standing nearby close to you if i was surprised that
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everyone recognized him even though he wasn't that tall and was just wearing civilian clothes everyone rushed woods him to him what he had to say. we were watching as in top artists were signed to a helicopter company so my colleague and i were inside helicopter learning the top minority characteristics of how to compters flight range and so on we had to recite it by heart wrenching and once we met a pilot who also watched the company he was a decorated to have supplied a hero of the soviet union to deny it he told us your guard is coming tomorrow he's my friend got to be honest we didn't believe him because all the pilots were saying that guard friend and he was like should i invite him here of course because we just didn't believe he was saying richard i'm sure he after we were told that our garden had a right good knife came to our helicopter and we asked him so was the guard you
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promised to bring him he said i'll bring him now and he left and came back with him he was shocked guarin the legend like a god to us came into the helicopter and introduced himself we've read and stood open mouth and he smiled and then an engineer ran over to us and said god stand next to garren and i'll take a photo with you we went to a garden he little red left the helicopter and i asked him shyly committee please take a photo of you in the background but he didn't respond to you oh my i'm just a background for them. orkney that's really nice photos good current can i have some french people around me was hanging in the building of the is yesterday's paper i want to go through my friend phone my mother and said so you have to sit in close to the guard in paris if mom has run over to see it with her own eyes she said it was raining but she didn't care she told me off she said how come you were in paris and you sitting
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next to the current code dress you put on so many good dresses with you i tried to tell her that it was a narrator only well that every day and morning till night when indians really but no she said why are you sitting in a calico dress next to carter he usually the idea of space travel may sedate and even entice but it does have downsides such as causing dizziness mrs microgravity can cause dizziness headaches and other unpleasant symptoms but since good gardens brown groundbreaking trip scientists have worked hard on minimizing such side effects simulating moon missions down on earth are you special buffs to create the feel of weightlessness that is constantly with us cough took the plunge force. q.
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right off the bat what can i say. it feels unusual. i mean i really can't believe that this is what caused us feel when they you know float around a space station it's. it's amazing you know i was told that those who take part in the study the actually have to spend here inside this tub from 7 to 21 days and yes that means even eating and you're e-mailing another a fact of these conditions is that your body and your spine stretch out a lot of people they actually grow by 2 to 3 centimeters overall i want to say it's even relaxing if it's not for the cameras and you know and people
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who always stare at you. dry immersion in there of a neutral water snow can be fun in the beginning and i had fun that's for sure if i had the pleasure as they say words are pretty quick for one this might be boring because you know all you do is just float in a tub while scientists conduct their research and you know there's not so much to entertain yourself with on top of that the longer you expose your body to microgravity the more negative effects kick in. in space microgravity can have a serious impact on your body causing muscles to atrophy bones to lose calcium even your internal organs and can change shape as far as a no vision also deteriorates if you stay in space for a long time therefore a lot more research needs to be carried out to help cosmonauts. at this point
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scientist want to focus on women and what a fact weightlessness has on their bodies after decades of space exploration well there are still relatively few female causes. and there was limited data available on how women react to space travel. the experiment takes place at an institute in moscow known for long term simulations of trips to space one of its trademark features is this part and facility that is used to play out would be missions to moon and mars and see how crewmembers are going to act together in isolation and confinement so let me actually give you a quick tour inside. so this 1st area is a refrigerator or facility and those are the actual fridges huge ones. those are
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used mainly for food because you have to realize that while in space no one's cooks you have to take food with you and. because of that it needs to be frozen so here we have a storage facility and you know this place is used for everything cloves equipment you know everything that is needed for space mission here it's a greenhouse this is where they have plants this room over here it's obviously a gym and it's also a very important part of every space station or every space mission so there's another passage let's have a look. while this appears to be a kitchen i guess because of the microwave and by the way look at the c.c.t.v. cameras there average where all over
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123455 cameras just and one kitchen well that is because everything that people subject of an experiment everything that they do is being constantly monitored by scientists whew you know gauge their behavior and you know make certain conclusions. so let's move on ok so this is were causing a lot or those who take part in experiments they live. so this is yeah this is the light control the mirror yeah. yeah it's not to it's not to be 3 cramped space here but. yeah this is what you get when you are on a very important space assignment right it's not a 5 star hotel of a chicken or the in an enclosed space where they can't talk to the family the
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deprived of communications and isolated from the outside world if they don't receive news and have no idea what's going on in the congo outside world your because they don't know if it's day or night and the biorhythms get thrown out of sync by staying in this environment for the whole this has a negative effect on the psychological well being right now the institute is going to ready for another round of experiments both in this mockup station and in 0 gravity tubs you know after decades of space exploration there is still a lot of the unknown and the more you research it on the ground the safer is going to be out there in space. elsewhere the 1st french woman to travel to space in her thoughts with good guards achievement and its significance for the industry and humanity. he'll take it any is really. would say even a myth in the field of her astronautics had the chance to relieve for 10 years you know started not far from let's go to train for my space mission and i was.
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always with you later getting and all of the or the you're over there in russia and that's something really important that's for. an example and we are so proud to be the follower of huli gains for. the day is fly west to your own get to it to remember that that moment but i read about it when you were leaving in the russia insists and byron meant of space gallery news everywhere so is that something that you need to receiving in the russian space flight you have some retorts i would say when you become a crew and you go in bacon or for the fly there is a writer for it or around again and it's really important for us to follow it's
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going to fritters we are part of a human adventure and the beginning of this human adventure ease your agony how did this for a. change the law of the humanity of the world. your league again was a pioneer the 1st time a human was in space an arena a chance or luck because it was a possibility to access a new dimension and following that so we. went teen or between the space station and now we haven't we are thinking on the moon surf ace to go forward to the moon and then unmarked and the end of the very beginning of sassed so yes it. gives the possibility to do something that well impossible unthinkable even and it was a really greets moment for humanity maybe the world has not been say that it was
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a big leap for humanity but and seems to where the radio leaper remaining $961.00 the flight brought got an instant fame of a guy no ordinary soviet person could be prepared for 6 decades old news no name is small and its words are still proving it inspiration. but you do it. of course that. if you. ever heard about. heading off into space with an iconic phrase piously which means let's go a surprise he said it at the time it wasn't scripted and was actually considered very colloquial but in the 60 years that have passed since it's really become quite popular by your college. board our yes.
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let's go yesterday. i. really. think. when you. release time to go in fact but i will return with more now top stories see you in 30 minutes.
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today the industry prefers to spend millions of euros in you know being to do daily conditions i will be sniffing all about making money making profits in some of the big corporations international markets import export do you imagine the number of chronic diseases that are out in every community today it is not due to new viruses or all new microbes that is not true so it is due to environment. not going to say you know that moment all discipline or this sort of muscles are really just accumulate could only come in to be seen in the piece in the list of. the plexus of the skull if the so food industry is successful it will create more jobs it will create more value added it will create more growth so i don't see why we shouldn't also fight for the interest something into street not accept that we have
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regulation we want regulation has an industry and if we don't behave zaniest penalty that's fine. i'm actually at and sam we're going on the ground for another lockdown edition as further draconian lockdown measures are eased here in the u.k. in part 2 we'll hear from one of america's most influential conservative thinkers about what happens when law fails those it's there to protect from the george floyd trial to identity politics dead ends but 1st to reports of genocide in china i'm
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joined from head of virginia by russian of us executive director of the campaign for we go richard thanks so much for coming on the show last week we heard denials from wango from the center for china and globalization about genocide in. how many millions of we go minority people are detained currently more than 70000000 who are detained in concentration camps. and the when you speak to every single leader in diaspora they have one or more family members are taken my husband's entire family is taken from the south and part where the most of the oilers are leaving my parents in-laws my story sister in laws their husbands and my brother in law and his wife and 14 of my husband's nieces and nephews 24 family members from entire family that are missing and my own sister is missing
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since september 28th and she was taken clearly as a retaliation for my advocacy work here in america i spoke at the one of the think tanks here in washington d.c. the hudson institute on september 5th 26 days later my sister and my aunt both were abducted from 2 different cities as a retaliation for my. exercising my freedom of speech in america as an american citizen so this is happening to every single we christian they asked for so there is more than stream 1000000 people are taken into the concentration camps today arguably the hudson institute argues for regime change all around the world but you said 3000000 what is the population or singerman because it's 12000000 which the b.b.c. number is yes that means a quarter of all we weren't currently in detention how how much would that cost the
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chinese government let alone what human rights abuses that would constitute. it's often when you look at the consensus from the chinese government they say 12000000 oysters but according to org or consensus more than 20000000 oil is the population to her the numbers are 25000000 so there's been a massive increase in the number of wiggers since 2000 when there were only 8400000.4000000 is also that is the consensus that's the numbers from the chinese population and chinese government in reality back in 2004 event the entire population was 25000000 more than 25000000 now are we were intellectuals their own consensus like 5 years ago back in 2016 that was more than $20000000.00 only there is a popular.

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