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headlines on. c.n.n. is accused of mailing the person responsible for creating the president. threatening to reveal his identity if he does such a thing again. protest against the g twenty summit. days before world leaders even arrived in the german city. an independent report says british people don't believe muslims are integrating into society well the government's accused of failing to fight. in the media.
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thanks for joining us here on r.t. international. news headlines. accusations of blackmail being leveled at c.n.n. after it tracked down the person behind the donald trump wrestling clip which the president tweeted just a few days ago now the channel is now threatening to reveal his identity if he makes another video just like the one let's talk about this we're showing some of the video right here right now. for a well known international news network this kind of behavior it's bizarre. this guy makes a video and it blew up it becomes tremendously popular someone edited it found it posted on his timeline millions of views hundreds of thousands of likes and many people have a lot either at c.n.n. or. depending on your prejudice now c.n.n. did not like being lied. that not one bit and this next part is mind boggling they
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launched a manhunt for the original creator of the video they stalked him online trying to find his identity it's called dox ing digging up private information on someone and then publishing it and it's used for law enforcement for business for extortion coercion harassment online shaming and vigilante justice this is what c.n.n. did they have his identity and they're threatening to release it you know the reaction has been furious on the internet especially judy in a sanchez weighed in and he says what c.n.n. did may amount to a crime. a multi-billion dollar t.v. network blackmailing a private citizen into not making funny videos about it is not journalism c.n.n. so they found him and they got the guy he came out he apologized he said i'll never make another video critical of c.n.n. c.n.n. again and c.n.n.
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says that when they reached him they wrote to him they called him that he sounded nervous as well he might c.n.n. is now threatening to releases identity potentially even his whereabouts all the crazies in the world to know you know it's right there on their website c.n.n. reserves the right to publish his identity if he stops being sorry now isn't this the definition of blackmail isn't the blackmail and that's what many on the internet they're asking specially on reddit the web site where all of this happened one user says holding private information under the condition of his continued contrition him being sorry is a big u.s. city of bullying of a private citizen by a major conglomerate essentially blackmail what is the really rather a shocking story but i think it's just getting started now so i'll be speaking to you in the future thanks martin. well with just two days now to go before the g
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twenty summit begins in hamburg it seems world leaders are going to get the warmest of welcomes the host cities already been engulfed in protests. i. at least disposed in the crowd fully get out and buy pepper spray and water cannons were also used against the anticapitalist activists officers have cleared a company which protesters set up in one of the city's parks all several of them we understand were arrested peter all of a has been closely following the. police everybody is being prepared for a large scale demonstrations and almost certainly violence over the coming days as protesters are right for the g. twenty but this one really caught a lot of people by surprise and it seems to have come about through the sheer number of people that have turned up to protest against this g. twenty they were camping in l. of a park in hamburg and police decided that there was no way that was going to happen
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this tent city that was being set up there was dispersed by the police with some of the demonstrators arrested they fought back pepper spray was used police in full riot gear from the pictures we've seen going in there as well some quite ugly scenes very early on we've been told to expect serious demonstrations out these g. twenty this g. twenty summits we've seen fly is all around the capital here in berlin also around other cities and other nations i've seen saying come to humbug all these dates be part of these demonstrations in the.
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fact that the. so a lot of criticism over the decision to actually place this g. twenty in the house the police operation though is being called the biggest in their recent german history they have had some successes if you will call them that going into this but it also gives us a key is just how prepared and interested look into just how prepared the demonstrators are police have been showing off a haul of weapons that they've confiscated in the city of rostock that was supposed to be part of a cache that was going to be taken to hamburg they believe in used in the potential riots there it includes things like throwing knives baseball bats brass knuckles telescopic batons as well as precision catapults now those are weapons that police have said could cause well really catastrophic injuries there very serious weapons in the right hands we're going to be following all the way through here to try and see what happens or say we're expecting violence we weren't expecting it so soon it
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does seem though that the protests against this g twenty four eclipse the political and diplomatic decisions that may be made during the summit. well aside from a heavy police presence two special security zones have already been set up in hamburg police are classing the summit as a major challenge with least eight thousand protesters expected on the streets one activist told us such a history of violence. there is a certain tradition of mobilizations against these summits you know you may remember that. she eight summit in chino one in two thousand one. massive forces and one protester was shot even in two thousand seven hundred she eight summit in germany in the city. also up in the north and there we have also
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a message and i think it's really this feeling of. global capital of really. failing most of the people on this planet miserable you know seeing a very high level of desolation very early on mayor of. promised a festival of democracy around the cheek twenty summit and it does not look like it i mean it looks like a civil war. british people don't believe muslims living in the country have integrated properly while the government is failing to combat prejudice in society and this according to a new independent report released at a time when media sentiments turning increasingly negative towards muslims here's a quick look at what the seventy six page document has to say. the british government and u.k. muslims suffer from a broken relationship anti muslim prejudice should be treated as a hate crime is something akin to anti semitism. britain needs
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a better anti radicalization strategy involving more muslims the current one isn't trust isn't working. on you present strategy will challenge the extremist i. still say she. needs to stop treating muslims as victims strengths stop treating him on some of them time let's get guidelines. on the back of the latest wave of anti muslim sentiment expressed in the british tabloids pony boy has been finding out what people in london think about regulating the media is it necessary to avoid abuse. wanted to show you some of these headlines and ask you what you make of them. one hundred five great muslims use for jihad. what do you think of that.
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load of baloney. because what i think is hard to say. because i don't know how accurate describe this group of the students believe that all muslims are to is this is this is this is faith this is no through which the bits of a danger for everybody you know because once you start there at the fore. you can become a reality do you think that there should be more regulation that journalists should be given more rules about how to report on muslims specifically obviously i'm not looking. to do without regulation i believe so yes i agree completely with that that not threaten press freedom. press freedoms friend anyway so. when journalists. go too far and do a live report something that's not accurate for the facts or solely pay for whatever i personally think that that journalist should be struck off because to defer to watch they have to write off people they have to choose looking for the
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truth because it is almost all somebody to we invited guests with opposing views to comment on the role of the media in this issue. the problem we have at the minute with muslim integration into the u.k. is that not only have we got incredible amount of media corruption manipulation skewing far right leanings the rise of the far right across the media and activists cams this report suggests is that there is a responsibility on british society to help integrate to approach muslims not suspects not as terrorists but the problem we have is over and over again will be given examples of muslim extremist terrorism we hear about burkas we'll hear about . radicalization of this report looks at it through the wrong end of the telescope i believe some muslims seek to have no relationship whatsoever with british society they have chosen not to integrate it why should it be up to british society to extend to them when they are quite
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a section of them are quite clearly not interested in our traditions and respecting our laws reality is this are well integrated a british society muslims are here to stay we are not anywhere you will not get to shut the borders down and overwhelming as we saw your general election there i look i mean the movement i'm on if you're going to let me go should need a corner left looking for social well then how would you like managed looking for this looking for change looking to get your parents talking about foreign policy austerity i'm trying to point out that there's a section of those limbs who seem to have a problem with so much that characterizes britain modern british society the pluralism the acceptance of people who have different sexual preferences the except i mean the desire to have shari'a law which apparently one in three muslims want that seems to me essentially inconceivable with a desire to integrate anti muslim hysteria is being fuel is being pumped primed in british society led by the media and far right hate preachers now it's just i
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totally deal with the facts of the matter it is the larger us it's a section of radical islamists who have brought fear. to the streets of this united kingdom i believe in a free press that has the right to say whatever it wants a free press that can report moderate and chooses british media demonizing and persecuting a religious minority and in fact the european commission have recommended regulation of the british media because of as they say overwhelming islam of fabian racism. in a controversial move canada is reportedly set to pay eight million dollars compensation and apologize to a convicted murderer who was tortured during his time in guantanamo bay in two thousand and two omar was captured in the u.s. by the u.s. and in afghanistan and detained for the murder of an american soldier he was transferred to guantanamo bay where he was held for more than a decade twenty ten the canadian supreme court ruled it had been tortured during
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his detention there to the year he pleaded guilty to the murder of the soldier he was transferred to kandahar and twenty twelve to serve the rest of his sentence but released in twenty fifteen he claims he made his admission of guilt under duress and we spoke to another bag and guantanamo bay prisoner who during his detention i was held in the background detention facility facility in afghanistan when almost father was first brought into custody and i spent some time with him in bagram he had his eye had been shot out he was blind in one one eye he had huge exit wounds in his shoulder and just above his chest and he was a just turned fifteen he was just fifteen from being fourteen he was tortured in front of me he was abused and screamed at and shouted at spat at and stripped naked and his treatment was was it was a war crime there's no the tried way to describe it the whole issue in the beginning had been the canadian government complicity in his torture it's this book
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recorded video evidence that the government was physically present that sent members of the intelligence services to go and interrogate him while he was a child while he was suffering from these. horrific wounds and everybody who's in guantanamo soldiers gods and prisoners knew that this is not the way to treat a child since two thousand and two almost eight hundred people have been held at guantanamo bay which despite a vaal by barack obama that he would close it remains open today at present forty one people are still being held many of the inmates were detained without trial and many were tortured we understand nine have reportedly died there when it comes to compensating a former get more detainee and convicted murderer a former pentagon analyst michael maloof believes it's outrageous to hand over cash to a killer. the reality is he should not be compensated he did kill and americans and he worked with his father who was closely linked to al qaeda and osama bin
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laden is just lucky he was picked up and was still alive today and he should just move on and for the traditional government to prepare a liberal progressive government to come out and offer compensation as they did a few years ago to another canadian it was similarly. i think is. over the top i think that the fact that the family of the soldier who was killed is going to canadian court now to retrieve that money and pay them for that for their loss i think it's appropriate and we are back with more of your world news in just a minute. when we see on television left wing the sick kids left wingers out there and they're shutting down professors from speaking at colleges so they're shutting down
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colleges here that this is an example of them being or acting in an author terry terry and passé become little dictators yes and this is what links to the fact that as children they were completely shielded from any of the so-called dangers of life kept in a bubble and so when they become young adults anything that disrupts that bubble a loud sound you know a professor saying something it doesn't agree with them they go into shock they go into stuff like meltdown. income inequality we stagnation gerrymandering of political districts polarization you know the lack of effectiveness in congress there are these are well dr. trends going back decades and now they're really cute and manifest to the point where people describe the system as. this.
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thanks for joining us here on the program the e.u. has announced more funding for italy which is struggling to handle the surging wave of migrants coming from africa italy along with the united nations are calling for other european states to share the responsibility of housing the refugees and that's as more and more migrants are landing in italy in fact in just the last few days alone some twelve thousand newcomers have just arrived on italian shores and the route between italy and other member states escalated on tuesday when austria announced his plan to deploy troops and vehicles to the border rome was infuriated slamming the decision as unjustified all europe's chiefs keep saying they're willing to help italy though it's far from convinced. that if we do believe we can to leave italy or greece on its own. and like to say that it want to help
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this issue there is that we are left alone czech republic has taken twelve poland and hungry have taken the giro exactly not good enough you know earlier in the program i spoke with a spokesman for the un's refugee agency at the u.n. h.c.r. he believes italy's european neighbors don't seem to have the political will to help handle the migrant crisis. italy certainly needs financial help from europe but it also needs solidarity and the rest of europe also needs to take their own responsibility this crisis is affecting very few countries in europe many countries have not seen a single refugee or migrant or very few so what we need is a proper responsibility sharing directly with all countries that are being affected from europe we don't think that italy on its own can handle this situation seems that there is a lack of political will from the country to. take on the responsibilities in the
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in this matter europe on the beach the political we're talking about five hundred million people we're talking about the richest and most developed economies in the world of course the resources out there but this responsibility needs to be shared equitably among older member states of the european union. south korean and u.s. forces have fired missiles into the sea of japan in a display of resolve against north korea. it's part of a joint drill between washington and seoul and according to them of the exercise used missiles that can be quote easily deployed it all came in response to north korea's latest missile test on tuesday which the pentagon said was an intercontinental ballistic missile the drill was carried out despite a joint russia china statement demanding compromise from all sides. the signs
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suggest north korea voluntarily declares a moratorium on nuclear tests and missile launches and that the u.s. and south korea refrain from joint drills u.s. army and republic of korea military personnel conducted a combined event exercise in assets country north korea's destabilizing and unlawful actions. we talked to several analysts about how u.s. involvement in the north korea crisis has influenced its resolution which. responds more and more search. on this is why. i have a reason i think that the u.s. and south korea are doing is basically flexing their muscles to we're not afraid of not very are we also have been bad weapons but what they're doing is is answering
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fire with fire in a region that is a powder keg slightest miscalculation on the korean peninsula can trigger a conflict that basically of myers the entire region for track to war that could have catastrophic consequences not only for the region but also for the global economy and that is not in any chance. an eighty one year old man has made the two thousand kilometer journey by road all the way from the west of germany to the russian city of st petersburg but the trip took a bit longer than you might expect if the pension i did it all on his vintage truck he says it was worth every minute. i came to st petersburg because i wanted to get to know the country and the people to leave here.
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with the men's families are overwhelmed right now because there are so many people around me and i see that they're interested in leaps and want to meet me icons put into words the feelings that i'm experiencing right now. going on the ground next. summer seemed wrong on one old rule just don't hold. me to. get to shape out just because the ticket and engaged equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground.
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what politicians do. they put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected . so when you want to be president i'm sure. some who want to. have to go right to the press will say like them before three of them or can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters about how. suitable. here's what people have been saying about rejected in the. early show i go out of my way to. the really packed
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a punch in the john oliver of party america is doing the same we are apparently better than. the c. people you've never heard of love back to the night president of the world bank take. me seriously send us an e-mail. we're going underground sixty nine years to the day a u.k. labor government launched a universal health care system the n.h.s. coming up in the show fight the power ahead of this week's g twenty gathering of leaders of richest nations in germany we speak to duty elected labor m.p. laura pidcock about how passionate you don't see a shift of austerity in a maiden speech in the u.k. house of commons and is europe's largest palestine convention goes ahead this
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weekend despite attempts by israeli lobby is to have a council one of the speakers of the producer of a new film and do. i know i'm trying to speak about majorly support for illegal occupation a lot from that line's counting the cost of to reason made fly by my friends under the sun finally setting the news international on the small coming up in today's going underground but first when german chancellor angela merkel and china's president xi jinping go to berlin zoo today to visit pandas miming and judging international bond traders will have other things on their mind specifically the opening up of the nine trillion dollar chinese bond market to foreign investors for the moment the policy announced by the chinese communist party earlier in the year is prompted caution amongst nato nation bankers to be quotable investors need time to do the research on the names to get approvals to put systems in place you know can have a flood of capital coming within
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a couple of days and this small net positive small net positive some might say the approval of overseas investment in chinese government debt is a seismic shift in the global economy so why not more caution from those who support china about a possible loss of sovereignty over its government debt and why so much caution from bankers in the city of london and wall street maybe because of new and statements like this one president xi jinping speaking at one of near liberalism's key annual summits the voices again for. your part has laid bare pit force in the process of economic. sense and we need to take that seriously chinese tend to say how many. lines sweet dates and this time once. in a philosophical sense nothing is perfect in the out well the level of nuance in president xi talking about honeydew melon and sweet dates may not encourage
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london's bailed out investment banks to buy into chinese communism and the opening up of the nine trillion dollar. market one should remember came within hours of this news china has scrambled naval ships and military jets to warn off the united states missile destroyer sailing close to an artificial island built by and in the disputed south china sea and denounced washington's move as a serious political and military provocation some in china may well be focused on concerns that nato is military as well as its nations bailed out banks will not allow the people's republic to become the super power of this century well one new british m.p. was elected last month's u.k. general election expressed her opposition to neo liberalism is all starting to pay off the accumulated losses of the city of london back in twenty a way to name is laura pitt caulk and here's a clip from a maiden speech in the british parliament i think the most frustrating thing has been to set up a sit those people here tell me things off that this suffering as
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a lesson for my constituents i would like you to come and tell those people who have been function that things aren't that or the teacher in my constituency who is recently written out like you to come and talk to the sixteen and a half thousand people in county durham every seat of parcels to the nurses to the junior doctors to the firefighters come and tell them that yes of austerity having proved that this or that profession well laura pedagogue joins me now laura thanks so much for governing on the show before we get to your maiden speech and your leader is addressing the durham miners goal of this weekend tell me about the significance of a labor leader at the durham line is gola did that happen when tony blair was there and how he saw how well he would have been but it's symbolic i don't know if you've ever been and are among those caught up but it is truly the most spectacular event of the it's steeped in history.


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