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Christiane Amanpour Retweeted ·  
Women of #Iran tell their story of bravery, defying oppression and fighting for a most basic right. It’s simple yet powerful:
 
"This will be bloody and Russians understand it."

Ukraine's Ambassador to the UK @VPrystaiko tells me that Russia's mobilization of forces will backfire on Putin.
 
"Families are facing somebody with the guns asking whether they want to be with us or not."

Ukraine's Ambassador to the UK @VPrystaiko describes the tactics that he says Russian forces are using to force voting in occupied Ukrainian territories.
 
"We have got Covid, we have climate, and we have conflict. Those three c's are very difficult," says @SenatorWong.

Australia's FM tells me that the world cannot get distracted from the climate issue: "It is a national security issue. It is a global economic issue. "
 
As a permanent member of the UN Security Council, China has a "special responsibility" to uphold the UN Charter, Australia's Foreign Minister @SenatorWong tells me.

"I think we are all in a world where maximal pressure being applied to Mr. Putin is required."
 
Referenda has been called in four regions of Ukraine that are occupied by Russian forces. The vote is a a move considered a sham by Ukraine and Western allies.

Australia's Top Diplomat @SenatorWong tells me that "it looks like Mr. Putin is increasingly desperate."
 
Sad to hear of the death of Dame Hilary Mantel. As well as a truly brilliant novelist, she did so much to raise awareness of endometriosis and sexism in healthcare.
Replying to @amanpour
Last year, Mantel told me the system failed her: "We need doctors... to think of [endometriosis] as a possible diagnosis when a young woman presents in distress & in pain & not ever to dismiss her symptoms as an outgrowth of unfortunate personality." edition.cnn.com/videos/tv/2021…
Hilary Mantel: I have more ideas than years left - CNN Video
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Sad to hear of the death of Dame Hilary Mantel. As well as a truly brilliant novelist, she did so much to raise awareness of endometriosis and sexism in healthcare.
 
Climate change has been neglected at UNGA, but it shouldn’t be, argues IMF Chief @KGeorgieva.

“We can survive inflation. We even can survive recession… What we cannot survive, literally, is unmitigated climate crisis.”

“We are talking about an existential threat to humanity.”
 
“If we don’t take action to support the most vulnerable, there will be consequences: people on the street,” warns IMF Chief @KGeorgieva.

She argues “if we don’t bring inflation down, this will hurt the most vulnerable” – for them, she says, inflation means “tragedy”.
 
The world is facing so many crises – what does IMF Chief @KGeorgieva see in store?

“This year, tough. Next year, tougher.”

She argues that inflation today “is our biggest enemy.”
 
President Raisi “has a history of blood of his hands,” says @hdagres. “There’s a rise in repression in Iran in recent months… [But] Iranians are fed up with the Islamic Republic and as long as things stay as they are, these protests are going to be continuing for years to come.”
 
“The Iranian people are fed up,” says @hdagres. “We’re actually seeing Iranian women take off their headscarves… and yell from the top of their lungs that they no longer want an Islamic Republic.

"We’re hearing words but no action” from the international community.
 
Should the US still pursue a revived Iran nuclear deal? @ChrisMurphyCT doesn’t expect “major progress… right now” but adds, “the Iranian regime[’s]… actions are malevolent, both inside… and outside of Iran. And to me that’s not a reason for the US to disengage diplomatically.”
 
“This… does feel different,” Senator @ChrisMurphyCT tells me of the protests in Iran. “The scope of these protests… really [is] without precedent.”

“It’s really critical for us with both words & deeds to put ourselves on the side of democracy & human rights inside of Iran.”
 
In reply to @amanpour
Again, I said that I couldn’t agree to this unprecedented and unexpected condition. 6/7
Replying to @amanpour
And so we walked away. The interview didn’t happen. As protests continue in Iran and people are being killed, it would have been an important moment to speak with President Raisi. 7/7
 
In reply to @amanpour
The aide made it clear that the interview would not happen if I did not wear a headscarf. He said it was “a matter of respect,” and referred to “the situation in Iran” - alluding to the protests sweeping the country. 5/7
Replying to @amanpour
Again, I said that I couldn’t agree to this unprecedented and unexpected condition. 6/7
 
In reply to @amanpour
I politely declined. We are in New York, where there is no law or tradition regarding headscarves. I pointed out that no previous Iranian president has required this when I have interviewed them outside Iran. 4/7
Replying to @amanpour
The aide made it clear that the interview would not happen if I did not wear a headscarf. He said it was “a matter of respect,” and referred to “the situation in Iran” - alluding to the protests sweeping the country. 5/7
 
In reply to @amanpour
40 minutes after the interview had been due to start, an aide came over. The president, he said, was suggesting I wear a headscarf, because it’s the holy months of Muharram and Safar. 3/7
Replying to @amanpour
I politely declined. We are in New York, where there is no law or tradition regarding headscarves. I pointed out that no previous Iranian president has required this when I have interviewed them outside Iran. 4/7
 
In reply to @amanpour
This was going to be President Raisi’s first ever interview on US soil, during his visit to NY for UNGA. After weeks of planning and eight hours of setting up translation equipment, lights and cameras, we were ready. But no sign of President Raisi. 2/7
Replying to @amanpour
40 minutes after the interview had been due to start, an aide came over. The president, he said, was suggesting I wear a headscarf, because it’s the holy months of Muharram and Safar. 3/7
 
Protests are sweeping Iran & women are burning their hijabs after the death last week of Mahsa Amini, following her arrest by the “morality police”. Human rights groups say at least 8 have been killed. Last night, I planned to ask President Raisi about all this and much more. 1/7
Replying to @amanpour
This was going to be President Raisi’s first ever interview on US soil, during his visit to NY for UNGA. After weeks of planning and eight hours of setting up translation equipment, lights and cameras, we were ready. But no sign of President Raisi. 2/7
 
Protests are sweeping Iran & women are burning their hijabs after the death last week of Mahsa Amini, following her arrest by the “morality police”. Human rights groups say at least 8 have been killed. Last night, I planned to ask President Raisi about all this and much more. 1/7
 
 
 
European Commission President @vonderleyen met UK PM Liz Truss for the first time today. “We did not go into details” on Northern Ireland, she says. “We know that we have issues, but we both are determined to find solutions to deliver for the people… I’m in a positive mood.”
 
“We will never bow to blackmail,” says European Commission President Ursula @vonderleyen, after Putin raised the specter of nuclear weapons. “We’re doing now exactly what we have said before the invasion started. And blackmail does not work with us.”
 
On energy, “there’s going to be a tough winter ahead,” says European Commission President Ursula @vonderleyen. “But we know why we have to pay this price: this is a question of democracy versus autocracy. And I’m deeply convinced that democracy will prevail.”
 
“I think this calls for sanctions from our part again,” says European Commission President Ursula @vonderleyen in response to Putin’s speech. “President Putin is showing his weakness now.”
 
We cannot use the “excuse of the energy crisis to postpone our duties and our homework with climate change,” says Spanish Prime Minister @sanchezcastejon. “We need… to align the responses to this energy crisis to a major crisis, which is climate change.”
 
“We are witnessing a new stage of the conflict,” says Spain’s Prime Minister @sanchezcastejon, after Putin’s speech today. It’s important “to send… all our solidarity… and military capabilities to the Ukrainian forces in order to reject the aggressor,” he adds.
 
During her state visit to Ireland in 2011, Queen Elizabeth II was accompanied for much of the time by now Foreign Minister @simoncoveney – who tells me of a moment when the Queen dismissed security concerns when she decided to meet the people who’d come to see her visit.
 
“She was somebody who was friendly – she had a sort of transparent goodness about her.” Former UK Ambassador to the US David Manning reflects on the Queen’s state visit to America when he was ambassador there.
 
Sir David Manning attended today’s funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, and tells me he found the Queen’s piper playing her to her rest particularly poignant. “It was a very moving moment,” he says, which really signals “this is closure, this is the end.”
 
Late last year, Barbados became a republic-- removing the British monarch as the island's head of state.

PM @miaamormottley says that Barbados now can be a member of the commonwealth among a "community of sovereign nations."
 
"You have a direct causal link between what happened in colonialism and what's happening with the climate crisis. And we don't want to have adversarial discussions. We want to have justice," says Barbados PM @miaamormottley. The island is on the frontlines of the climate crisis
 
Christiane Amanpour Retweeted ·  
Joining @amanpour on @CNNi at 1:25pm ET to talk about the latest news from Ukraine, including the recent strategic gains made by the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Tune in now or catch the show at 5pm ET @PBS.
 
The Archbishop of York @CottrellStephen had several personal experiences with the Late Queen Elizabeth II -- including completing a jigsaw puzzle with her and a great anecdote about 'healing' the Queen's car.

Take a listen:
 
Condolences Fred. A true journalist who really witnessed history. RIP
Rest in Peace, Dad! We have lost a great journalist and the best father one could imagine. We are all in great grief but bow to the amazing life‘s work and say thank you for everything you have given us. In eternal love. The Pleitgen Family. pic.twitter.com/dQEUdYWXiB
 
TV Rain was one of the last independent news outlets in Russia but has been forced to work from outside the country since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Now they have launched an English language edition. You can watch the latest episode here: m.youtube.com/watch?v=1uzdEo…
 
Federer, the end of an era.

I was glad to speak with the Nijinsky of tennis at Wimbledon back in 2015: edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2…
Federer says another Grand Slam is within reach - CNN Video
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Putin “failed totally,” says NATO Secretary General @jensstoltenberg. Now with Russia being pushed back, there is growing disquiet in Moscow about how the war is going. “The discussions we now see in Moscow reflect… fundamental strategic mistakes made by President Putin.”
 
What does Ukraine need as winter approaches? “We cannot now be complacent,” says NATO SG @jensstoltenberg. “The winter is going to be hard. And we need to provide… winter equipment, winter uniforms, tents, generators, so they can also be able to operate throughout the winter.”
 
Ukraine’s advances are “very encouraging” and a credit to “the bravery, the courage, the skill of Ukrainian armed forces” and NATO allies and partners says NATO Secretary General @jensstoltenberg. But “the winter is going to be hard… and we need to prepare for the long haul.”
 
The Queen “had enormous emotional intelligence” to gather the nation together in times of crisis, says historian @simon_schama. And now we’re seeing a “push to make queuing an Olympic event – and I guarantee the British will win.”
 
“An amazing diplomat”: @commonwealthsec Secretary-General @PScotlandCSG reflects on Queen Elizabeth, telling me her “longevity gave her a wealth of understanding and wisdom… She was a phenomenal woman.”
 
When the Queen came to the throne, “it was certainly not the case that women were expected to be leaders,” says fmr. Prime Minister Theresa May. “And yet at that young age, she was able to forge that vision of a woman as a leader… It’s been hugely important to women in the UK.”
 
The Queen was “the best diplomat the country had – it has a tremendous power, the monarchy,” says former Prime Minister Theresa May. The royal visit to the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland was “hugely important,” especially the Queen shaking hands with Martin McGuinness.
 
Few people got one-on-one time with the Queen, but for Theresa May it was a weekly occurrence as prime minister. May tells me it was “absolutely incredible,” and the privacy was vital: “You knew that there was no way what you said to each other was going to go outside that room.”
 
Today @WilliamsRuto was sworn in as President of Kenya. I spoke with him last week about his victory and what his presidency might look like. You can watch our conversation here: edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2…
 
"I think what Her Majesty did and what His Majesty will do is recognize those moments when it is in the monarch’s ability to actually help people move on." @theresa_may reflected on the late Queen's legacy as King Charles visits Northern Ireland today. Intv on @cnni at 6p CEST
 
 
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