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i. one year on from the political earthquake that was bricks it instability and uncertainty loom larger than ever over the u.k.'s future. as. a civilian suffering intensifies and the campaign to push. for america's. eighty three year old woman wins a gender discrimination case against them after she was asked to move seats when an orthodox jew complained.
to live from the russian capital just gone six pm here. to the day since the u.k. voted to leave the european union though the actual divorce talks have only now begun the referendum result created a political earthquake shocks of which are still being felt today. we want our country i. believe to begin under a new prime minister. my thanks to his mom for the results of my toys and i will give. me. a clue i. really like. the
no one and no community left behind. at three. from is that the reason why gambled and lost parliamentary majority over the brics issue. takes us through the twists and turns of britain's rocky road to break up. it was a very it changed the course of history the forty eight percent who voted to stay were outraged although the others they were delighted the sun has risen. to become a national bank holiday we will call it a. night your firearms may have been jumping the gun his so-called independence day is still a distant prospect the referendum result killed the political career of david
cameron and allowed home secretary to resume aid to step up to the plate in the run up to the vote she had been a quiet remain but the desire to lead post brags that britain forced her to reconsider her position. bricks it means bricks it wrecks it means bricks it and we're going to make a success of it a year down the line that sounds like something from an alternate universe considering that to reason made called an election in order to strengthen her hand in the braggs it talks but ended up freefall in the polls and losing her parliamentary majority her atrocious result meant that politically her weakened government limped into negotiations with brussels earlier this week and bear in mind these talks were never going to be
a walk in the park some created. what. can be concluded quickly. threats against a question that's been issued by european politicians commission was trying to bully the british people arguments over whether the u.k. would pave the e.u.'s one hundred billion regs it bill guaranteeing the rights of he uses isn't. as in the u.k. and who would get custody of gibraltar thorny issues but those rounds took a back seat when britain was hit by a wave of terror four terror attacks in the space of just three months to be precise and many britons held to reason may directly responsible because she'd been head of the home office for six years before becoming prime minister. and with all the security and political chaos few people even notice that earlier this week
briggs it negotiations officially kicked off but not in the way that london would have hoped the british government already been accused of caving in to brussels over the braggs its schedule and opinion polls now show that if the country got to vote again it would reject leaving the e.u. so just like two reason may the plan for braggs it went from strong and stable so weak and wobbly within the space of just one year especially some of them broke citizens of its second day you know the opinions of the british prime minister and the president of the european commission seem to differ widely. as you still know in the was a what the u.k. actually wants. i was pleased to be able to set out what is a very fair and a very serious offer for citizens who are living in the united kingdom with you getting a clear idea of the kind of breaks in the u.k.
government no cool and well british politicians because over bricks at some of the you can still hope the divorce can be averted altogether. you may say. a little below but he'll. bring the file page picture of everything. if your government decides to organize a breadstick i'll be pretty sad when they will never be outside that they're dead inside someone they can still have that illusion which is a waste of time. before long we will all begin to find out the extent to which rex it is a gentle stroll along the smooth path to a land of cake consumption.
the u.s. led coalition leading the antis an offensive on a syrian city of raka bombing everyone that's what locals have told r.t. is roughly video despite the coalition's insistence that takes every civilian casualties seriously the grim situation on the ground suggests otherwise. but i knew that i thought i knew that if this weren't what they are you had the guts of my family and you meant it the mother had a little bit. of a rush lame a little mad about that as well it has to has that but you're the one you're the one who said that actually you anybody can do better than have a bit of luck and has me and the dome that has you had the full day and then has become a full time i did it at the. one in has it one as it was but i won't. be. and has used little blue. digits jim she. did get. to kill
us led coalition hasn't actually denied using phosphorus we should just there in its operations it's an extremely toxic substance and is banned from use as a weapon the coalition says it only uses phosphorus in permitted ways searing battle for example to create a smoke screen however human rights watch has voiced concerns saying the substance poses a high risk to civilians a leading force fighting islamic state on the ground or the kurds who are being offered by the us government of washington support for the kurdish fighters irritates its long term ally turkey tale of open reports on how the us has tried to get round this problem turkey was furious when it found out that the united states their longtime ally in nato partner was going into rock without them. we do not need terrorist organizations like the p y d n y p g and the rock
operation let us work together to wipe out. america the coalition and turkey can join hands and turn rocket into a graveyard for dash. as the united states is aligned with two bitter enemies in syria the turkish government and the kurdish fighters it's got a tricky bit of maneuvering to do secretary of defense mattis says that the united states will eventually take back the weapons it's now supplying to the kurds after the defeat of isis and this is turning into no small matter at this point the united states is shipping in heavy machine guns mortars other small arms and even some armored vehicles it's totaling over one hundred million dollars worth of war toys a large portion of which are going to the kurds when it's all finished some five hundred u.s. military personnel will have the task of collecting it all in an area that's almost the size of pennsylvania maybe they'll knock on doors and say hey you know those weapons we let you yeah you're finished with them right and who knows what answer
they might get the united states has promised to monitor the area and send out a monthly report that will include photographs this sounds like a great idea as the usa has already lost track of billions of dollars worth of weapons they sent to iraq and some of those weapons have ended up in the hands of terrorists there i think mattis made chromos inuits that letter which presumably was gone but it still knowing very well that it probably would not be believed and very well would not be carried out but he made it trying to locate the target the u.s. is supplying the weapons for that it is the u.s. as a whole and. goals which seems to be to break a part of syria to loathe the u.s. to dominate a separate part of syria basically they want to go to syria. and in violation of syrian stubborn integrity a country is torn apart by civil war with different factions vying for power as
civilians flee in chaos the pentagon has a brilliant idea send in more weapons just so long as they promise to give them back caleb mop and r.t. new york. russia's the french ministry has released a video showing missiles being launched from warships on a submarine in the but it's rainin islamic state positions in syria. russian intelligence is tracking eisel fighters who've been trying to escape their stronghold in iraq through the so-called southern corridor that's pretty much their only way out as the city has been surrounded by u.s. led coalition forces for quite some time now for what we understand the fighters have been trying to go from to palmira. profits and that's where they've been targeted in the latest series of air strikes from russia now as i still continue to
lose ground a rocket this is certainly not the first time we've heard terrorists managed to escape the city in fact there have been reports last month of the kurds one of the main forces fighting isis opening up a chord or allowing the terrorists to lead the city of raka the kurds have the night this by the ministry of defense and russia have confirmed seemed to movement large eisel convoy moving from towards palmira and these latest images released it shows six cruise missiles being launched from two warships and a submarine currently located in the mediterranean and the strikes managed to destroy and i saw a command center and several i saw weapons stockpiles in the province as well turkish and israeli forces that are also operating in the area they happened informed about the strikes in advance but nothing is said about communicating with the coalition forces as on monday russia has halted the agreement of military cooperation in syrian air space with the u.s. after they downed a syrian government fighter jet near iraq on sunday. we spoke to award winning journalist modern j.
about the differences between the russian and american approaches in syria if you look at our strategies in the east both of these big plays one on the american side there is a two pronged approach which is confusing and conflicting at the best of times america wants to support a law which demographic of force is not its own of course but largely kurdish who are supposed to take over and destroy isis positions but the same time the americans also have their own geo political struggle within syria against the assad regime. and of course let's also forget. the other thing which is quite interesting is that their presence in syria is entirely illegal so if you contrast that against the russians the russians don't have such a complicated idea towards what they're doing or what their objectives are they simply want to hit isis and hit isis hard so that the extremist group can be completely eradicated we've been hearing from an eighty three year old woman who
want a gender discrimination case against an airline and all the details will come up for you just after this short break. when else seems wrong. just don't. let me. get to shape. this day. and it again. when something find themselves worlds apart. she says to look for common ground. twenty to the two of these. candidates so prime ministers of all of the european partners like the liberal majority the pulse of coalition government the
prime minister. just a few months ago the prime minister won with them be a twenty two percent of the vote and he's still trying to put coalition government together. hypocritical the europeans to say may doesn't have enough to do with majority in most cases they do an. eighty three year old woman's won a gender discrimination case against israel's national airline. many ribbit say holocaust survivor had been given a seat next to an orthodox jewish man on her flight from new york to tel aviv the crew the austar to move off to her neighbor insisted he couldn't sit next to a woman for religious reasons but it gave us more details about the case. i spoke with the man and. what was his problem with my
just sitting next to him and he responded to a light clearly bad if it is sad in the torah bad manners should not sit next to a woman. a it's a fact i did not think that was the case. there is no or good news say. that supported me and brought suit the first hearing was eighteen months after we filed our lawsuit but we're very satisfied with the result. renee hobby know of each of the unlikely heroine a beautiful israeli in a way wonder woman was able to beat our main airline. is going to implement this verdict to all its thousands of employees and if within six
months someone else encounters something like what our heroine has encountered there. is open to an avalanche of lawsuits actually what the verdict says is that unless it shapes up there will be many many lawsuits it's illegal it doesn't matter religious feelings or non-religious feelings it is illegal to tell a person to move because of their gender who is wonderful about renee's case is it relays case the flight attendant turned to her and said to our eighty three year old holocaust survivor please move yourself move to a different seat it's the flight attendants participation that made this case so clear to the court. well this isn't the first time has hit the headlines for religious reasons last year and ultra-orthodox passenger broke two of the airplanes video screens when you consider the movie as a modest activists even made
a special video mocking the company. and the fortune of the. six thirteen. should you discover that you were seated next. to release your. congregation in the unlikely event the play to did you think you remade your assigned seat simply reach in your. body protection over your head and just strips . the court's decision was praised by activists running rabinowitz again she hopes it will prevent future cases of discrimination. i also hope that there's so or that chandra does sharon will and as a reach cell of the ruling it will be difficult for a large hole or any out there a line to resolve this cause it could mean delay the
use in flight and that's a problem they're going to have just solve. saudi arabia and other gulf states are presented at all with a list of demands that must be met if it wants a diplomatic and trade agreement restored these were surveyed over there has alleged support of terrorism middle east correspondent paula as more details todd has been presented with a list of demands from saudi arabia the united arab emirates parade and egypt four nations that qatar or trade and diplomatic ties with the country now this came after the u.s. state department questioned the motives of the gulf states move now that it's been more than two weeks since the embargo started we are mystified that the gulf states have not released to the public nor to the qataris the details about the claims that they are making toward. the more the time goes by the more doubt is raised
about the actions taken by saudi arabia and the us. at this point we're left with one simple question were the actions really about their concerns regarding carter's alleged support for terrorism or the about the long simmering grievances between and among the g.c.c. countries now the next day the us secretary of state rex tillerson issued a statement saying that a list of such demands has been prepared he added that he hoped that the demands would be reasonable and actionable saying that we understand that this list is being prepared it's being coordinated by the saudis the end of artie's each option is and the bahrainis and we hope that it will be presented to qatar with and will be treated as reasonable and actionable now the list includes thirteen demands in total here are some of them first and foremost to curb all diplomatic ties with iran the list and trade and commerce with iran that complies with the u.s. and international sanctions will be permitted now the two states share the biggest
natural gas field so that could be a problem as well at the same time that it calls for the severing of all the time is to terrorist organization the list mentions muslim brotherhood islamic state al qaida and hizbollah it calls on shutting down al-jazeera and all qatar funded news outlets to terminate to military presence in qatar to any joint military cooperation with turkey that is taking place inside of qatar it also calls for an end to interference in sovereign states internal affairs so in other words to stop all contacts with the political opposition in saudi arabia the u.a.e. egypt and the rain to hand over all files that detail qatar's prior contacts with and support for these opposition groups it also talks about paying reparations for loss of life and other losses that have been caused by qatar's policies now. the sum will be determined in coordination with qatar so thomas also consent to regular
order for the next ten years the list says that it needs to be agreement to all demands within ten days or the list becomes invalid now the document does not specify what the countries will do if qatar refuses to comply so of course it remains to be seen whether qatar will view these demands as either reasonable or actionable and shortly after the demands were published in the media the foreign minister of the united arab emirates accused of leaking them to the press he said it's either an attempt to undermine serious mediation or yet another sign of what he called callous policy now there's also been reaction from those mentioned in the demands al-jazeera for example called the gulf states for its closure nothing but a temp to silence the freedom of expression in the region in response to a demand towards qatar to abolish turkey's military presence so his defense minister said that would be an intervention in the country's bilateral relations with the consumer dish the dirt base in qatar is
a guarantee of security in the gulf and demands for its closure represented interference in its ties with the. let's discuss this with political commentator moustapha thanks for joining us here on our to today these the minds i mean just the reasonable rule is the god do you think console be able to meet the. hello thanks for inviting me well you know. all saudi arabia they have long been in regional and arab rivalries with each other in various parts of the region in the middle east and this all of these always claim to be the leader of the arab world while terrell's believes that it's a heavy weight and its benefits interests and also its views should be taken into consideration. when the real summit started the saudis intended to remove the problem off to town so they asked all countries to ally with them
against iran they catteries knew the costs and they avoided and they stayed away now the solid these were you know confronted with a situation that could play as a role model so they wanted to make it an example for others and started to bring up a new equation to make understand that the equation is if you accompany us you will sustain some losses because of a strain ties with iran and increasing the risk ratio for investment in projects in get there that's sure but if you stand against us or if you stay away from our all plan then the costs would be astronomical and comparable with what you have to pay if you obey us now here that they have raise some maximum demands in order to empty their hands of from their merits and winning races that had
made it. had we wait like its ties with the muslim brotherhood like its ties strong ties with hamas that gave him a say in the middle east peace in the palestinian he's really should also use the strong ties with iran that made it a player a good actor in the region. that could play both ways also al-jazeera i remember once the saudi king said what is only a small island with a network. it's true that he tried to despise kids out of several months ago but it also shows that they care a lot for al jazeera network and they know how. strong and powerful it is in promoting views so they have raised all these demands in order to empty their hands of the hall from the winning aces that he had and made
a powerful actor on the southern rims of the persian gulf i don't believe. you know respond to with regard to your second question i don't believe that would comply with all these demands that saudis have raised the saudis do not have the power to impose their will on any more at the beginning of the conflict there try to you know intimidate with military force with the chances of a cook but we all knew that it would there were these two options were off the table the main issue was laying a seizure and our economic seizure in qatar to bring good tweets needs. to start an inside descent inside guitar to provoke the cats are used to stand against their government but they failed and the longer this crisis goes lesser the chances would be forced. to gain what they want. political commentators say it must caution that for joining us today giving us your insight on that diplomatic spat.
on the international blue bus takes a look back at the brics it. one year old. with the islamic state. sieved to be on the defensive in syria many of the parties in this proxy war in the next stage of this complex as a result russia and the us are at odds is washington strategic interests in syria really. lead. to. all the feeling of. everyone in the world should experience flieger lead and you'll get it on the old.
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