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Five Minute News 12/28/21: Vaccines For Commercial Air Travel; Police To Release Video In Death Of Teen Girl; U.S. & Russia Security Talks

Five Minute News 12/28/21: Vaccines For Commercial Air Travel; Police To Release Video In Death Of Teen Girl; U.S. & Russia Security Talks

The daily Five Minute News podcast from Anthony Davis and MeidasTouch is designed to be brief and informative. In less time than a coffee break, each day’s episode hits a few of the biggest global news topics of the day, focusing on the areas of inequality, health, climate, and politics.

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Tuesday’s episode covers the current state of COVID-19, particularly addressing holiday transportation delays and Dr. Anthony Fauci’s suggestion that a vaccine mandate my be necessary for commercial airline passage. It also addresses the promised release by Los Angeles police of video in the shooting death of a 14-year-old girl by an officer, and covers talks between Russia and the United States regarding security matters.

You can watch the entire episode below or catch it daily on your preferred podcast app.

Airlines faced severe logistical issues on Monday in the face of COVID-19, causing hundreds of flight cancellations. Dr. Anthony Fauci has suggested that this might be a sign that COVID-9 vaccination will have to be required for commercial air travel.

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LAPD Chief Michael Moore has promised the release of body camera footage, 911 call audio, radio transmissions, CCTV footage, and other evidence in the case of 14-year-old Valentina Orellana Peralta. The medical examiner has ruled the death to be a homicide, after the teenager was shot through the chest by a police bullet that first went through the wall of a dressing room in a store where they were responding to an assault call. The officer has not been publicly identified but is reportedly on paid leave.

In January Russian diplomats and military officials will engage in a series of talks with the Untied States regarding a wishlist of security guarantees Moscow is requesting from Washington. Russia’s Vladimir Putin says that the country wants to avoid conflict, and the G7 has warned that any new Russian aggression will result in severe consequences including economic sanctions.

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