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you are not cool enough and let's go buy their products please. fix all the hawks that we along with are on walking. feeling the heat and how it works as the g twenty world leaders arrive for this summit thousands of protesters there are only getting fired up. tension escalates over north korea the united states to an envoy threatens military force after pyongyang's latest ballistic missile tests. c n n's threat to reveal the creator of the viral trump wrestling clip backfires now the internet communities railed against the channel we'll tell you all about it. good afternoon for me kevin owen has just turned midday here in moscow this
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thursday the sixth of july our top stories marks international for us this six people been arrested in a second night of protests against the g. twenty summit in the german city of hamburg seems a porsche dealership was targeted in the arson attack is destroyed a luxury cars there we hear police believe left wing activists protesting we event were behind the incident that saw just happening hours than before the first delegation for the big g. twenty plane in hamburg and not all of those participating are expected to get a warm welcome either this is just the start of it is why you may not know this is known for a story having some far left extremist living there for a start local police say they're expecting about eight thousand violent demonstrators to be out on the streets making their feelings heard over a hundred seventy groups around germany have signed a call to protest in hamburg as we've seen they've already been clashes against this big meeting coming up. or i'm here outside
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of relative floral bridge floor it's one of the oldest squats in germany people have been squatting here since one thousand nine hundred eighty nine after the government said all. local city government said they wanted to redevelop the sites while they fought tooth and nail with city authorities right up until twenty fourteen when the anti capitalist sin far left groups well they won and the city government backed down and said they could have the site it's now a cultural center and it's become one of the main jumping off points for this year's no to the g twenty demonstrations here you can see plenty of bond is around putting across the message that it's demonstrators want to give to those twenty world leaders as they arrive here in hamburg there's also places where people can get information about where demonstrations are taking place as well. a plenty of those demonstrators are already making themselves heard here in hamburg
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this is a much more serene scene on wednesday evening than perhaps we saw all the shoes day night they're doing it all under the watchful eye of a heavy police presence here expecting as many as twenty thousand police officers are more taking part in being called the largest police operation in recent german memory however it was here on tuesday evening that things got ugly early on. i i. and it's not heavy police presence which i think is set to play a crucial role in how this g. twenty summit plays out you can see many offices many vehicles all around me here we've actually spoken to some demonstrators who said they think that the police presence could be what trick is demonstrators into violence however we should really kid ourselves here we are expecting to see what's being called the biggest
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black bloc ever now the black bloc the real hard line all the leftist groups now they're the ones that usually get involved whenever there's any major trouble in fact we have seen a. lots of people from those organizations around here those people involved in those type of of groups here were expecting to say even more now what we have seen is police said take part in a raid and which they collected a cache of weapons that was supposedly heading here to how murky perhaps to be used in the said demonstrations particularly the welcome to hell demonstration which is set to take place later on thursday now this cache of weapons included things like throwing knives brass knuckles baseball but telescopic telescopic batons and precision catapults which have been described by police as a potentially very dangerous weapon in the right all wrong hands depending on how you look at it it does seem that whilst there are all peaceful demonstrations taking place there is always the possibility that this could flare up it could boil
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over and we could see more violence i think it would be an eternal optimist i would think we'd get through to saturday and the g seven g twenty being finished without seeing more clashes between police and demonstrators tensions what not be restricted to outside the summit schools either because inside of course some leaders are not at all seeing eye to eye on a number of big challenges right now facing the global community. dr. scheiner i don't want china dictating to me shine through china based ngo we are left in the czech republic has taken twelve podagra have taken directly exactly but good enough.
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that is it is the new civil suit with the. defense is off and we need. every decision will be made to benefit american workers protection will lead to great prosperity and strength. to put the image is that it is not soon dismissed and put takes in this most recent element to lead them to buy to get ill to. i. so where is it going to go let's get a voice of experience to talk about it former mayor of london ken livingstone with us how they can make it a sign to be live on our international does it strike you as ironic maybe a bit all the collection of the wealthiest predominantly capitalist nations of meeting in a city known for being pretty left wing it was always going to be
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a bit of trouble no. i that. why they can i think you may have other bit of a problem hearing issue said earlier on when i spoke to you that the sound wasn't quite as a bit of a delay as well i'm going to ask you that again hopefully you can hear me now yeah . i think that the situation is all over the world we've seen the huge shift of the population into. great cities it's almost as though we're reaching a world in which. yeah. yeah there's a huge yeah sound delay huge sound and i can save about twenty seconds is going to be a bit painful but i'll start again i'm going to say do you think it's a bit ironic that the collection of the wealthiest for dominantly capitalist nations are meeting in a city. known for being pretty left wing. i
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think this i think we have to draw this one close doesn't come back to it later this is a bit painful to watch ken we're going to come back she later i hope you can hear me oh it's a big big problem on the line simple fact is there anyone running a city government and doing it well has to be spending a lot investing at all you can depict that as politically left wing i think it just like behaves. ok ken we're going to leave it there because we've always got a problem we can record you behind the scenes when we got this worked out properly sorry can. ok livingston their former mayor of london obviously so gremlins in the pipeline now in the build up to the g twenty delegations arrival it's their accommodation to try to headlines in germany some claim the saudi royal family booked out a whole luxury hotel for the king solomon later canceled his visit to the summit
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but still left one hundred fifty six rooms booked out the hotel in question this located in the very center of the city with a report saying u.s. president donald trump was there for prevented from staying there because of the real booking finally found a place that would go away from some of the other g. twenty participants. place for the next few days a nineteenth century building in the past is welcome to run king guests former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and the dalai lama some reports say the villa and its territory was previously transformed into a high security area now and that's what's flipped the choice for the american president to choose his location but either which way it's not the only reason the media think pictet as jacqueline vogel reports. c.n.n. learning just moments ago that president trump and russian president vladimir putin . meeting have now been upgraded it will now be
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a full fledged bilateral meeting well it's official a lot of we're putin and donald trump are finally meeting in person sending the media into overdrive and they're billing this as nothing less than a historic encounter that will shape the world face to face meeting with putin will likely get the most attention. more attention the highly anticipated meeting will happen friday at the g. twenty summit sure at this important meeting it's not often that u.s. and russian presidents get to have a tete a tete and this is the perfect opportunity for putin and trump to discuss matters that do indeed shape the world likely to be on the agenda are syria ukraine and disarmament but that's not why the media thinks this is going to be a big deal you think that the subject of russian interference in u.s. elections is going to come up. well it certainly should appears unlikely that the president will confront putin why on earth would he not send a very clear message to putin on that absolutely would be a mistake he's going to convey to putin that he's weak so was supposedly this is
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all about trump confronting putin on a legit russian interference in the u.s. presidential election plus him bearing those ever pesky accusations of being putin's puppet but how is trump supposed to do that if suppose for just one minute none of that is true because the critics a lot number of long running investigations have so far failed to deliver any real evidence or rock solid conclusions with ukraine with syria with north korea and the recent russian proposal for north korea i think there are a lot more important things to worry about the favorite hobby horse of the democratic party in the states they will do anything to keep this story alive i think the president should not discuss it with the russians there's an investigation of why there are still questions probably would even be inappropriate for trump to bring up the subject himself knowing that there's a live. and the two presidents so much to talk about it doesn't have anything to do with this increasingly fable filled story turned bunch of headlines are some of the
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best in town right now so far it's been all about meddling in collusion but the media is probably going to be left disappointed on that front this time let's hope they don't miss out on the real story what progress if any is made mobile issues. washington d.c. sort of couldn't get you a ken livingston they were called to be on the scenes and we got the electrics worked you would have to say about the forthcoming g twenty coming up in the coming hours coming up in ninety seconds north korea is that good to go we'll try and gauge whether.
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what we see on television left wing. left wingers out there and they're shutting down professors from speaking at colleges shutting down colleges. this is an example of them being a. little dictators and this is linked to the fact that. they were completely shielded from any of the so-called dangers of life. and so when they become young adults anything that disrupts a loud sound. doesn't agree with them they go into shock they go into stuff like. the us is ramping up its threats against north korea over the secretive country's
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latest missile test in fact within the past hour donald trump knows about the consequences over what he described as a very very bad behavior it follows washington's u.n. ambassador told the security council that the u.s. indeed was ready to use military action if necessary. speaking to the fifteen member body here in manhattan at the united nations headquarters in the security council chamber u.s. ambassador nikki haley spoke strongly not just against north korea but against any country that she felt supports them now in her statements largely condemning the recent launch of a missile she went as far as to threaten the use of military force utilizing military options the united states is prepared to use the full range of our capabilities to defend ourselves and our allies one of our capabilities lies with our considerable military forces we will use them if we must the united states will
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soon submit a draft resolution to the u.n. security council and u.s. leaders say that if this resolution is not passed they will take action on their own the russian envoy he also spoke to the u.n. security council and he said that sanctions are not the way out of the crisis obscene you move with. sanctions cannot be a cure all and this has been demonstrated by history so what we need here is to seek a political solution and be creative in our diplomacy we've proposed as i've said in my statement to work collectively. there has been a proposal from both russia and china to deescalate the situation on the peninsula with not only north korea ending its nuclear proliferation and its testing of missiles but also the united states a getting rid of this bad missile system in the south and ending their provocative military exercises with south korea so a lot of different proposals being made the world is waiting to see this resolution
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that u.s. leader spoke of when the south korean and u.s. forces for their own missiles into the sea of what's believed to be a warning shot to move north korea american officials said afterwards that similar weapons systems could be quite easily deployed to the region as a deterrent all north korea's launch has put nations on. gertie's been hearing from some analysts how it could be america's response next than the good response in the crisis into war the north korea launched a missile that wasn't intended to hurt anyone and it did not hurt anyone and what we saw at the united nations today was the continuation of the spectacle even which the united states and her increasingly you are lies are using by the international body of peace as a client of global apartheid to justify and rubberstamp wars and saying sions which amount to war they're going to be watching today's proceedings they're going to hate the united states even more than they already do they'll see russia and china
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is countries which don't necessarily always agree with them countries which on allies to them but countries which do not wish them and the people home countries that want to engage in peace the countries that could end up saving north korea from american aggression and they will smile upon that surely they're not provoking the international community that's the spin based on washington's dominance in the international community at the united nations just three weeks ago the united states carried out a bomb a nuclear bomb dropping drill bit simulated the nuclear destruction of north korea nobody called their provocative where north korea sends off a missile test saying we're not going to be bullied that's provocative so you know the question the narrative of north korea's provocations and and provocative activity in the face of the united states and south korea carrying out the largest war exercises in the world simulating the destruction the invasion and destruction of north korea while that's never considered a provocation and that just doesn't ring true that's
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a double standard and we need to stop accepting the dominant narrative offered by washington that's good but not one of our top stories that will come in g. twenty you know that's couple of days and how colin is back on the line i'm very pleased to say the former mayor of london got a good connection to him now hopefully i can log. this again i don't think you heard this the first time and i know what you think about it but does it strike you as a bit old collection of the ironic even if you say a collection of the wealthiest nations meeting in a city. known for being pretty left wing good choice or not. i mean also all cities seem to be a bit left brain because mayors have to be innovative they have to spain they have to invest but that's the way you run your local economy if you can't get that right your city will fail. someone who grew and now the protests got going
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even before any leaders arrived in our work how far might they go during the summit . and i don't know what's going to happen in all of that i know that the simple fact is germany has been a very good nation over this last seventy years in terms of investing in bringing most people together more than most of the european nations save the jobs that working class people had in manufacturing it's two and a half times the size of britain shows that there will be i'm sure the san antonio position of protest but i think actually germany has got a very good record of actually securing. its people most of these demonstrators insist they're holding peaceful rallies but there has been violence the police say they've seized weapons how difficult is it for security to get this right balance here to allow people the right to protest on on one side without it turning ugly getting around on the other is
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a tricky balance isn't it. well. i think the thing is if a protest is determined to be violent you've got to make sure that doesn't happen a peaceful protest that should never be interfered with the police should have a blockade. when i was mayor for about one. the year two thousand and one. group in london was planning a rally in oxford street town. shopping center and they were going to go down that street and smash a window so i called the police to control them by corralling them keeping them in one tiny price about ten hours and then i staggered off tired and how into bed they worked we did not allow them to go down the street smashing the windows but i mean very few protesters turn out with the determination to be violent and very often the violence happens at demonstrations is because police tend to block
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a peaceful demonstration and working for the establishment and not recognizing the right of people to protest from what you see these kind of things every g twenty they're all always protests yeah. what sure take on the percentage of genuine bonafide the protesters. just serial troublemakers that go along with these things to try and stir it up. but i've been going on protests ever since the war in vietnam and overwhelmingly they have always been peaceful we've occasionally we had a million people at least perhaps two million protesting against a new players decision to invade iraq and now garnets was forever but you do get small angry groups on the far right the far left around the case groups or you remember the powder meinhof gang in germany back in the one nine hundred sixty s. who were doing violence you got to concentrate on those that are coming out there max buildings or even in some cases to kill. ok let's focus on the meeting itself
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what's going on behind those doors how tricky is it going to be to get the g twenty leaders even on the same page here chancellor merkel late into the u.s. for not being co-operative there a rift between the u.s. and china respond to. in the. is it going to be a i'd love to be a fly on the wall of the place how difficult is it going to be to get everyone singing off the same page or is there is that not the point is the point just to get will saw. what i found interesting here we got national around the world there's a huge contentious agreement mayors are doing things to tackle the problems of crime in training most governments are slow to react i'm almost beginning to think he's trying to abolish government and just let the world be run by large fifty states i mean if you're a mayor you're living in your city or where it's problems you know you need to tackle them too many presidents and prime ministers live in
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a sort of academic well where they debating ideas and theories and very often get caught up in warsaw completely unnecessary like in iraq and in libya. can't think your thoughts like about your business i think are moscow today and there was some form of maryland thank you. internet communities turning on c.n.n. after the news channel said it might disclose the identity of the alleged create through the viral mainly featuring donald trump wrestling the logo here a few key responses to. the multi-billion dollar t.v. network blackmailing a private citizen into not making funny videos about it is not journalism c n n donald's happy to keep the tweets coming. the recent thing self evidently creepy bullying and heavy handed about a large news organization publicly announcing they will expose someone's identity
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if it ever again publishes concent on the internet that the network deems inappropriate of projection bill so it's a twitter spot this escalated sharply since that video was first posted by donald trump let's take ourselves through the timeline the next day c.n.n. said it tracked down the clips creator attempted to make contact but he was pleased that individual then supposedly posted an apology on the news aggregating website read it but pleaded for c.n.n. to keep identity quiet the channel pointed out in return that no threats were made but that it reserves the right to reveal who's behind the clip if another one's made then the internet community is rallying to the guy's defense with a slew of new c.n.n. memes on sectional reddit alone now has over fourteen thousand followers.
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i thought it was wrong markable but c.n.n. found this the reddit user who created think if all that we are will his home see innocence responded to the accusations to put the record straight it says that his name has not yet been disclosed because of concerns for his safety as they put it and that any assumption of blackmailing him is false we spoke exclusively to the moderates of the reddit website which is where the clip originated he asked us to to conceal his identity. just say you're the sky high on a solo the guy who posted the original gif it would be frightening if i were him
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and i received random phone calls random e-mails from c. mail out of nowhere i would not be super enthusiastic about c.n.n. one of the largest news communities in the world sending out boy threats about telling you to stop doing what you want to do on the internet policy and has no right to do that c.n.n. has all the internet against them right now and when organizations attack freedom of speech and never ends up well for them and make no mistake about it this is an attack on the internet and c.n.n. has informally declared war on it in return we need to hit c.n.n. we're hurts and told are ever ties and that you do not approve of them by running ads on their network our site right now on the right of people who are pushing the c.n.n. blackmail to hash tag on their exposing c.n.n. for the fraud news network that they are on are doing the right thing. keep in touch with the law news twenty four seven. seven zero and thanks for choosing our
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