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hundreds of protesters are gathering in central london urging to reserve may to step down following the ground fell tower disaster. russia's foreign minister demands an explanation from the u.s. side of the recent shooting down of a syrian fighter jet as concerns grow over whether washington has its own agenda in syria. and legendary filmmaker oliver stone who has just released the putin interviews documentary says his film gives a unique view of the west russia and its leader the west is very divided as over you know the they would hate me i'm just a messenger i don't i don't take an opinion i don't take them and i think the
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camera doesn't belong to them or tells you things and body language body language. that you can't quite feel sometimes from just words. thank you for watching on t.v. international live from moscow i'm kate. hundreds of protesters have gathered in central london with the hope of bringing down the government the protests follows the grand fell tower fire that claimed the lives of at least seventy nine people laura smith is at the protest pressed down. by the lower it's been branded the day of rage what's been happening so far. well will you join me in a bit of a little bit of a high it's a way out we have a riot in westminster we tend to go mixes. from shepherd's bush those people are
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understandably quite tired but they have found the energy to keep on shouting and they are currently blocking off the main road that leads off to westminster bridge the westminster bridge off to the right as you're seeing on your screen and of course the houses of parliament just behind me say they've reached that k. destination because of course the aim the stated aim of the organizers of this protest is to take down the government they want to shut down london which they have done fairly effectively and take down the government cannot say what they had to say. in the tradition of the civil rights movements like it's almost a six mile walk in blazing heat but we feel like it has to be done that this government can no longer have authority over people's lives because they always will put profit before people always it's in it it's what they've done and we're not prepared to allow that to continue it's about a wider question it's about what grenfell tower represents and it's about it's
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about violence and murder that is being perpetrated against poor working class black an asian immigrant migrant communities in this country. trying to turn them right turn is also a hero and they drove to telnet mold it was coming here. and not just their victims of war and so. for the one who wrote the people can hear us talk to the governor will be able to verify that there are just just protocol out of the community so john too many phones were don't know the. primary maze of ation for this protest as you heard that is to show people's discussed the tragedy that happened in grand felt hour the fire in which we understand that seventy nine people have been killed but the death toll could be a lot more and in fact i've just been handed this piece of paper by a very quiet man who said he's not here to protest he just wants. to find his
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friends who lived in grunfeld tower it's got a face graphic than that his name his phone number he said he just wants to find him or to know whether he's dead or not and of course this protest has been motivated by also the fact that it's the queen's speech today the queen made her opening of parliament here earlier today which is approved a convenient date for this protest is to come forward they told me earlier that the opening of parliament suggested that that's the reason maybe it's business as usual but they say that business as usual is scott's racism and divisiveness and they don't want that to carry on any more very briefly turned slightly nasty outside downing street a bit of a scuffle as people try to get to the gates but so far a very peaceful and well policed up protest but we don't know if that will continue we understand that lots more people will be joining these ones roundabout now just a little bit later on so we'll have to see how it pans out the rest of the
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afternoon. we'll let hotties notice miss me in central london thank you. well earlier we spoke with angus macneil scottish national party m.p. and he believes the tenants of the destroyed building are receiving enough support from the also. going as one of the world's richest cities and kensington and chelsea the royal but it is one of the room where the wealthiest parts of london. so selfish and their economic outlook. for themselves and a lack of social care for the. people are living off of community conditions after losing their homes through tears to be negligence on penny pinching. refurbishing the. flood book the flood book of course seems would have been refurbished to give it another visual impression to the richer residents nearby so it really looks appalling as you can review kids going through quite a number of years of. you know we have the. base of everything but obsolete the
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value of nothing victim to get any photo or are not good enough for the prime minister still talking about the money has been pledged all the money should be started given to people and people that are seventy seven thousand hotel rooms a decent standard in london it's going to be a bit before the several occasions and you know what views should be made available to the people of infertility of immediately available not having them sleep in a gym floors. now russia's foreign minister says he's waiting for an explanation from washington after a syrian military jet was shot down in the city of raka said a gay lover also stressed the pentagon is still treating various terror groups differently for. the facts we have sure that the u.s. is really targeting isobel's but we don't recall america bombing so actively. so whatever it's called knows but it's constantly changing its name but it doesn't change its nature as the. all rushes now halted some cooperation with the u.s. over syria it's pulled out of the agreements to prevent collisions in syrian
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airspace well meanwhile australia has announced its temporarily suspending air operations in syria. while the us led coalition claims the syrian jet was downed in self-defense however in the last month it's already targeted government forces five times well let's have a look at where some of the attacks have taken place the plane was shut down southwest of the syrian city of raca where the coalition supporting kurdish troops in their fight against i so well the u.s. led coalition has also conducted several bombing raids against pro-government fighters here near the town of training base well the pentagon cited the same justification for each rage that pro assad forces had reached a deacon flicked and disallowing now looks at how this military escalation may be reaching a boiling point. the u.s. shoots down a syrian plane over syria in self-defense the only action that we have taken
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against pro regime forces in syria and they've been to specific incidents have been in self-defense let's imagine a random guy comes into your house with a gun and shoots your dog and then he's like it was just self-defense i wanted to make sure there was no why lynds going on here d. as coalition speaking of deescalation after this self defense move the situation couldn't be worse russia now considers all u.s. led coalition planes in the area of potential targets and are tracking them all of this happened as both the u.s. and syrian government backed up by the russian air force were fighting isis in the stronghold of raka now washington and moscow have locked horns in syria again focus has shifted and isis is probably breathing a deep sigh of relief while watching syrian fighter jets crash in flames on the horizon good job superpowers you're not so super slick. and questions are now
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being os whether the fight against terror has changed to outright military intervention and even u.s. senators have joined those critical of the pentagon's policy in syria this is illegal war at this point then there's a practical question the practical question is doing anything you want killing every perceived enemy in every perceived leader of chieftain of five people in some misbegotten village is it helping are we going to defeat an ideology by killing people the united states and the coalition are there without any permission without any i mean awful for ready to be president and so when we when we not only do we enter syria and there are sovereign airspace. but now we have shot down syrian jets we have been carrying out bombing attacks this is an act of war of aggression under under international
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law. and the now looks at how trumps promises to stop such interventions hopping broken. trump made it clear that defeating terrorism and putting an end to the trend of u.s. interventions in the middle east were top priorities so he opted for granting more power to the military what i do is i authorized by military we have the greatest military in the world ok but if it helps eradicate eisel what's the problem well first we have the us training and giving arms to a bunch of anti-government forces one of them the new syrian army would really like to topple assad. then there's the syrian democratic forces largely consisting of kurds who would really love to grab more power from the government and eventually become independent remember the de confliction zones they're controlled by those forces supported by the us and the syrian government is not allowed there so once i finish
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we will have fully trained armed to the teeth forces controlling significant chunks of syrian territory partially hostile to the government what could possibly go wrong i don't see u.s. forces leaving in the short term did indicate that he wanted to lessen tensions with the russian federation that he wanted to focus u.s. military policy towards the elimination of the islamic state what we've seen however over the last five months since he was inaugurated is just the opposite so it seems in this effort to defeat beisel the u.s. could in fact be fanning new hotbed the tension if you like washington has a case of tunnel vision trying to solve only one problem without seeing the bigger picture sound familiar and show iraq anyone but history teaches us nothing clearly not even past tweets such as this one from donald trump to then president obama in two thousand thirteen he warned that nothing good would come to the u.s.
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from attacking syria apparently hindsight isn't twenty twenty one to get to the white house. party washington d.c. . legendary filmmaker all of a sudden says his latest documentary about putin interviews russia which has never been shown by the mainstream media to school reports of a stone he gave a talk show to the truth in films here installments which is hold up by a press conference and displaced on a screen dedicated to science in the arts politics dominates the press conference on the course his documentary about what he may put in i myself ask oliver stone a question referring to your your documentary has putin seen and he's given a feedback on a commons quite a bit quite a bit yeah as you know in america they're hearing stuff they never heard you know i love it when they say this is all boilerplate boilerplate like illegal but this is all boilerplate russian talk they don't even know this talk i've never seen it in
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the us an explanation from mr putin's point of view of the crimea of ukraine i've never seen it so don't talk to me about boilerplate this is anyway the west is very divided as they would hate me i'm just a messenger i don't i don't take an opinion i don't take stands i'm i'm i'm able enable to shoot this documentary because of my reputation because i do think we we had a good dance we had a good dance and i think over two years. and twenty hours of interview time that's quite a bit and i think the camera doesn't lie i think the camera tells you things in body language body language i guess that you can't quite feel sometimes from just words so yes christian and oliver stone how to dance together as he said he did a k. to two years of his life to making depressing interviews as he's called it is the series which in total loss for i was made up from an incredible twenty always of footage with the russian president it's already been released and president putin
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has been so titled so that viewers can hear the intonation in his voice a stone also said that the body language between the two in times at times was just as interesting as that conversation. coming up after the show break its ass special coverage of the twenty seventeen confederations cup. here's what people have been saying about rejected in the senate it's full on awesome the only show i go out of my way to launch you know what it is that really packs a punch. yampa is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same we are apparently better than. some c. people you've never heard of love redacted tonight my president of the world bank so take. me seriously send us an e-mail.
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what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. for something i want. to go right to the press that's what before three of the more people. i'm interested always in the waters about how she. should. welcome back russia's defense minister has had a close encounter we can nato jets flying over the neutral waters of the baltic sea this video was filmed from start of plain white journalists you can see a nato f. sixteen jet flying just meters in the wing the russian twenty seven and squeezed
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between them to ward off point to. the question of as more details. as you have just seen from the video and the sixteen fighter jet has tried to approach of the russian defense ministers plane flying above the neutral waters of the baltic sea now russian as you twenty seven which was the scoring of the minister's aircraft got on its way and title its wings apparently showing that it is armed and right after the ads of the sixteen flew away now the minister was on route to the russian city of kaliningrad the baltic sea for a scheduled working meeting and this incident was first reported by jordan allies who were on board of the aircraft sedan and suchlike of apparently become more frequently just this monday a u.s. spy a plane flying towards the russian border made a provocative turn toward
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a baltic fleet as you twenty seven which had been scrambled for an interception mission and encounters of such sword also took place right at the beginning of this june. now the twenty seventeen confederations cup festival of football is well underway and let's get all the latest from the tournament handover live to neil harvey in stanton cullimore and one aspect studio. we should do it for a special studio to that list for the record. but it is a beautiful view and. i think we've got three rainbows this one over heels right shoulder this one right behind us and this one just over there sort out some look you know and some good looks and you will really this is when you supposed to make a wish now i think i know what the russian fans we wish you all right now because we don't know date on the big game taking place now the spotlight stadium in russia
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no portugal wallman we know who scored the goal must price really kristie all know all you have every single year for the last six or seven years that the dubai. where messi scores two it's messi without those close to christiane a rebel go because it was a great head to head the ball well he can but not very well it was a really good cross back across the goal against a very good play of the i think it's going to cut for portugal have put themselves in the first let's see if the russian national team can fight back and bring that goal we just came in just for we came on i will bring it to you and i just want to say russia started with a pretty defensive formation obviously scared for now and then have to change that now we're going to throw themselves into the yes and i think that. the manager he's going to be low key when they play well but also in adversity as we said
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since the european championships this is been russia's first real test christiane of. bruno alvarez players that. football as well so really change things for potentially in the second off. very closely that much will teach a lot of the russian spectator is so small when rinaldo school as if to say well it was going to happen anyway if the team can respond and let's see if some of these young players the likes of blue should call for players like paul laws in particular that was very good that could respond because you will find more to die there with a great respect twenty games against news. and find out what kind of appetite for the game the fans have got packed stadium there to the spot so the been looking for that boost from the crowd to get behind the sun and i've been looking up to have a look around that particular stadium is only what three years old beautiful place and while we were there what it was a great moment for us were both big fans of he's got to meet that we've been on the site if you remember him former soviet and russian goalkeeping legend.
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ok so this is the spot hank stadium is going to be hosting federations cup games will kill games amazing thing about spartacus these to be like kind of hobos used to play at other people stadium long time did of their own ground now they've got it on the living ninety five years confederations cup no five why to celebrate when i think spartacus was thinking it's the people's club they call it i think a woman not to say a play pretty much is in time to reattach the can i know that you like your mama huge found we're going to speak. it's my inspiration to play football for england was the ninety minutes we will call special was that tournament was the idea when i. see it in the us in one
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of the room where you are the origins of our story those were the employees who i was because it's a piece of the news for the first of all i want to take you back to ninety eighty eight were in england my friends and i would go to the pod like most kids who play football now my friends would pretend to be the great english plays of the time i would be enough to know that there were a lot of people in the west it was looking at people like you for their inspiration pretending to be you. truth door. where you see old souls. the more you push the body. the small me about motion. in mind. some the least the deal so why your yeah so you are about as good with your stories like you yeah that's i. treasure my cup of the ball i'll do you for the how exciting easy it's the confederations cup and then next
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year the fifa world cup is going to be in russia. but in the water and steam will. go full bore least on money can but if the one is to be mean especially as the three notes would you please be omitted to shine at will poll. not much else to see but nationally in s.q. the only solution for you know that you always have a zero. that wasn't only famous footballers like it or not does a little song the whole of even song. well i had to write a small one though they did let me do it in full size like this we also got all the significant people artists politicians russian foreign minister sergei lavrov he loves a good game of football people don't want. to go into
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a hard week or two with him last month we had a chat about the expectations of the russian team and about the competition into. nations. so you can only play until we see what your solution to the it was with. the bullets over here and. there with. the fish this is going to the first thing for the russian government that will come . it will be a rush. to be sure. when she goes with the new regime misses the warriors with. ok so let's talk a little bit about the world cup now because yes this is
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a big tournament in its own right told me to champion but everyone's got one eye on next year on the world cup and i know that you've been inundated with people who are curious about russia what it's like here what's going to lie next my twitter feed is you can follow me up stan collymore mail isn't on twitter yet he's still sending pigeons off for. communication with people but lots of people have been asking mary particularly australia england of course united kingdom generally and united states what's it like now a lot of people have traveled a lot you know what is the pretty much more preachers bird most of the big cities are like any world cities anywhere the same facilities the same infrastructure but lots of people would ask your mom would it be safe for fun as well the answer to that is absolutely yes we have so many guests on whether it be the bureau of moscow tourism whether it be a lover of himself you know there has been a lot talked about him
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a lot done in russian legislation to make sure that people have a safe and fun time and there are a few as we keep saying this phrase there are a few idiots out there but i think the point is that being dealt with on the one hundred ninety one batting order for existing really good don't forget that when you come up when you want to go on to your laptop now and look about coming to the world cup next year the following day world double as your visa free travel around the city that's that's what free for do they did that last time in two thousand and six world call it means that you are preregistered to go in the stadium so that people know that you where you are and that you are safe the idiots from any. you're not going to get in so do please don't feel that your world cup experience is going to be spoiled by a few idiots the differences we had last year in front of the auspices of your wife a lot being critical for a number of years now for example because when english clubs have played in france or european clubs or played in france. wanted to issues with police in all the
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police aggressive or do they stand off a little bit and not allow the perfect storm of hooligans small over europe to get together for it is not going to be the case in russia we've seen infrastructure already spread out salute a fantastic and i look forward to welcoming some of our men from england and probably why i don't know the big question is that what happens if i found brits they send people saying it'll be very different but it's a long way from britain so if british really consider a worry that probably not going to be able to come here so easily let's not jump on the ferry and hop over to russia so that that stops. some traffic of course you can . take it away when they get here must go in some place big huge cities so you love if you're a very good tourist if you hope you all when you come to the world called you know joining the last ten fifteen twenty of you having a few beers will it be shoes before it will six or ten thousand people in squares i don't think that will break think that the security services in the police will make sure it's safe for those people drinking involved but cite for the general
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public that's what we all want speaking you think it's time we went along take a break we're back with we'll bring you the opening bell from christiane and i'll do any more action you can find it right now. thank you neal and standing next. to me if i look inside the helmet came down.
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