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i learned about this president whom i did not know before taking this office he loves this country he puts americans and america first. he's smart he was trying to refute this story in which n.b.c. news claims tillerson publically called the president a moron after a national security meeting he repeatedly didn't deny that he said that but his spokeswoman later did he did not say that tillerson did refute the other allegation made in the report that he was going to quit tennis and tried to quit but was talked out of it by allies there's never been a consideration in my mind really sure at the appointment of the president and i'm here for as long as the president feels like to be useful to achieving his objectives secretary chiller sen would have good reason to be frustrated he has been contradicted by his boss often and very publicly on issues such as the g.c.c. crisis and north korea foreign policy experts say it is hurting his credibility and
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american foreign policy if he's perceived to be embattled if he's perceived to be weak then. the officials that he's talking to that he's trying to persuade will not put as much credibility into what he says and he will be much less effective but the report apparently hasn't changed the president's view of tillerson young very honored by his coming to his fake news it was a totally phony story thank you very much was made up made up by n.b.c. news you know thank you thank you total confidence and the one thing we know for sure this is a president that cannot stand even perceived slights his secretary of state coming out quickly to say he didn't insult him making sure he doesn't join an already unprecedented and long list of people who the president has told your fired. al-jazeera washington the nobel prize for literature is awarded to british novelist because he's a guru a swedish swedish academy announced as when in stockholm the writer who was born in
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japan is best known for his book the remains of the day he will receive prize money of just over a million dollars when he gets the award in december. these are the headlines on al-jazeera iraqi government forces have recaptured the northern town of her reach after a two week battle with eisel the town was one of just two remaining pockets of territory in iraq well i don't know how we have liberated how we judge them and in this regard we have only the borderline with syria to go so we have beaten terrorism in our armed forces despite all difficulties have achieved big progress fighting terrorism in iraq about he was speaking during a meeting in paris with france's president has offered to help with mediation efforts between a body central government and kurdish leaders after last week's secession referendum the kurds voted by more than ninety percent in support of secession
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akong urged both sides to stay united in defeating eisel. the red cross says fighting in syria is the worst since last year's battle for aleppo it says up to ten hospitals have been damaged interest or province at least one hundred thirty people have been killed in multiple airstrikes in the past two days an investigation by the international chemical weapons watchdog says traces a sarin gas were found after an attack on a town in northern syria at the end of march it says there is evidence the banned chemical was used on the opposition held town a bottom meena just days before another attack saudi arabia's king solomon is in moscow for five days the first visit by a saudi monarch to russia will hold talks with president vladimir putin the war in syria will top the agenda along with bilateral investments and stabilizing oil markets. so mr problems are considering backing
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a push by democrats to ban modifications that make guns fire more rapidly that's following the last vegas shooting many of the gun juice in that attack were turned into automatic weapons using devices called bomb stocks fifty eight people were killed in that attack more than five hundred injured the leader of spain's catalonia region says he wants mediators to help resolve the standoff with the central government over its efforts to gain independence but spain says for that to happen the region must respect the law those are the headlines news continues here on al-jazeera after inside story you better. yeah with iran until.
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they get. with the beyond the economic and. be done and as military intervention. as and. and welcome to the program on it is a peron i'm iran and turkey may seem like on likely partners following events of the past few years especially in syria but they all saying the same thing about the recent yes vote the kurdish referendum neither want could people living in northern iraq to secede took his president visited head on on wednesday regicide and the one met with iran's supreme leader and president to discuss ways to cut the kurds dream of their own homeland turkey is threatening to stop buying oil from the kurdish
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regional government in iraq while iran has mobilized troops on its border with the region well iran and turkey have said they stand behind vox national government here is what everyone said at a press conference on wednesday. it would have had on your signature. we correspond with the iraqi central government as far as we're concerned this referendum is illegitimate we have already taken certain steps but from this moment onwards more decisive steps will be taken well that was after his meeting with iranian president hassan rouhani there had been a similar one between turkish and iranian military leaders and tear down on monday it was the first visit to iran by a top turkish commander since one nine hundred seventy nine rani said afterwards the armed forces of iran and turkey can develop constructive relations in addressing regional threats through development of cooperation and transfer of experiences in various sectors iranian and turkish leaders are both concerned the
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push for kurdish independence in iraq could motivate similar movements with then their own borders most iraqi kurds who voted to secede live here in northern iraq across the border and iran kurds make up about ten percent of the population and turkey's kurds live mainly in the south east their independence movement has been active for decades the kurdistan workers' party or p k k is a kurdish rebel group which is fought for autonomy from turkey since the line nine hundred eighty s. when our let's bring in our guest joining us in arabic do that neuer inc journalist and founder of the independent media center in kurdistan and as dan ball on kanada turkey based political analyst and also in ed really. bein former minister in the kurdistan regional government welcome to you all can i let me start with you the first visit by turkish military chief of staff to head on since mine teen seventy nine just how worried is to be right now about the kurds and what's happening in
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the region. yeah i mean turkey percy observed her around them as a security threat but i don't think that any turkish military intervention into the iraqi kurdistan is likely the main reason why turkey perceives this referendum as a security threat is main needed to its own kurdish problem as you all know that turkey has been struggling against a kurdish in storage and seed for more than three decades there for this referendum the turkish government thinks that this referendum can hamper that insurgency and any possible peace settlement. regarding that insurgency in turkey must come out here and as in bermuda i think that being iraq's territory interesting that you don't think that turkey will resort to any kind of military intervention here because they have dealt militarily with the kurds in their own country that's
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true but it's in the air own country so yes the turkish parliament had an extraordinary session to grant a motion to the government for that kind of a military intervention so the government has the means the legal means for that intervention but i don't think it's likely to happen mr loring turkey has. intervened in iraq at times against the kurds we know that iran doesn't have the same problems with the kurds in their country that turkey does nevertheless we heard from president hassan rouhani today that they will not let the territorial integrity of syria or iraq be compromised what is iran willing to do right now do you think about this issue. well up to now the sanctions seem to be very mild
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iran stopped the flights of iranian airplanes to our air bill and so the money added two airports here in iraqi kurdistan and they stopped the flow of petrol by stopping the the tankers that go across the border but those are the two main sanctions really. how worried is the. regional government about the steps that are being taken by turkey and iran so far. well of course there are a lot of. reactions that much of what we see were expected. but if they do cause inconvenience as they are causing worries people are worried about escalation into military action although this is increasingly unlikely given the statements made and given the complexity of the dynamics on the ground but that doesn't stop these countries to gradually incrementally impose sanctions that will
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go into economy into politics and diplomatic diplomacy and international connections and the kurdish government and the political parties do not wish to see that because at the end of the day they have been engaging all sides to to reassure them to say that their independence will not affect these neighboring countries and is actually going to be based on good neighborly relations even with baghdad but of course of course we all know that these countries are have their own reasons to react in the way they did and the matter for now or the near term is that how much the kurds can engage all sides into negotiation into confidence building and into getting them to accept certain compromises on the other hand the kurds are making it clear that they do not want to declare independence now they do not want to translate this result of the referendum into a process that is leading to independence any time soon they are more than happy to
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negotiate ways of managing this crisis and gradually reaching terms that are agreeable by all sides but of course not everything is dependent on how the kurds are thinking much will depend on the dynamics of regional international and bilateral relations between these countries and this cannot just how much of turkey seeking better cooperation with iran right now on this issue do you think has to do with their ally america's support for the kurds elsewhere in the region namely in syria. and this is a very good question actually turkey and iran agree to disagree on many regional issues but this is one area that they seem to agree on they seem to agree on keeping. the territorial integrity of syria so
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both parties are very of a possible the possibility of a formation of a syrian of a kurdish state in north syria and they are also very much committed to the national integrity of iraq so in that sense when it comes to the kurdish issue turkey and iran are on the same page right now however that being said iran's relations with p.k. k. for example is also complicated it's no secret that iran had connections with. commanders and there that had been regular meetings between iranian intelligence officers and p.k. k. high commanders is a man year and in the past iran used p.k. k. as a leverage against turkey but today as iran is visiting iran it seems that both countries share
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a common purse pectin when it comes to the territorial integrity in both syria and iraq and must warrant that doesn't mean that these countries will keep on with more and if i can bring you in here now if they can be on the same page about the kurds what about the issue of syrian president bashar al assad which they've been on opposing sides of you know have the military successes of the kurds and syria which have greatly worried turkey and with crucial support from the u.s. have they pushed turkey to re-evaluate their priorities and syria were pushing back against kurdish gains you know is more important now than regime. they have been. veiled but that he that he or if you have them either. of the. lamb or the other the other no. no no it's like it with me because even if i say.
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yes again. russian aggression in ukraine is a threat to the security of european continent. that is why we took action to strengthen our security what we have seen during the last year is a more assertive russia illegally and exciting from young and continuing to destabilize the eastern ukraine and therefore need to us to react and that's exactly what we're doing on. her. terms which
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to. get also. a rite of passage through the generation my cousin was laying down there and she was screaming she was helpless the woman have to endorse this cycle of pain for what that menai needs the women affected by nature. and those reshaping perception do you think people will abandon this eventually but to do is take al-jazeera correspondent. and this time. the nature of news as it breaks out of the recall canada and generally. our great city destroyed
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during the early with detailed coverage this is what remains of an eager to find a raid by the nigerian army hundreds like these up in these four in the past few months from around the world there are also hundreds of thousands of arabs that have arrived here in recent years fleeing i saw they feel very let down by the baghdad government. natural capital the capital which makes a great if. when nature is transformed into a commodity big business takes a new interest buying landscapes protecting landscapes it's a phenomenal opportunity to be able to use a business model to achieve sustainability of nature but at what risk banks of course don't do that because they have at the heart protection of nature they do that because they see a business of pricing the planet as this time on al-jazeera. it
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is a problem and the headlines on al-jazeera iraqi government forces have recaptured the northern town of her after a two week battle with i so the town was one of two remaining pockets of us and territory in the country prime minister heather and they called it a victory. we have liberated how we judge them and in this regard we have only the border line with syria to go so we have beaten terrorism and our armed forces despite all difficulties have achieved big progress fighting terrorism in iraq well above he was speaking in paris where he's meeting france's president emanuel macron has offered to help with mediation efforts between iraq's central government and kurdish leaders the country's kurdish region voted in support of secession and a referendum last week and has urged both sides to stay united and defeating. a
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prominent aid organization says fighting in syria is the worst since last year's battle for aleppo the red cross says up to ten hospitals have been damaged in there as a province at least one hundred thirty people have been killed in multiple airstrikes in the past two days amateur video is said to show dozens of bombs being dropped in areas across the province syrian activists accusing russia of launching the strikes us and russian backed forces a separately trying to retake the region from myself items meanwhile an investigation by the international chemical weapons watchdog says traces of sarin gas were found after an attack on a town in northern syria at the end of march and says there is evidence the banned chemical was used on the opposition held town of life i mean are just days before another attack. saudi arabia's king solomon is in moscow for five days the first visit by a saudi monarch to russia will hold talks with president vladimir putin the war in
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syria will be top of the agenda along with bilateral investments and stabilizing oil markets. some u.s. republicans are considering backing a push by democrats to bad modifications that make guns fire more rapidly it follows the last vegas shootings which killed fifty eight people and injured five hundred others many of the guns used in the attack were turned into automatic weapons using devices called bomb stocks and the double prize for literature has been awarded to british novelist little ishiguro best known for his book the remains of the day. witness continues next thank you for watching. with.
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