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i i. i. g twenty protest police. pepper spray used on angry crowds. all eyes will be on the first face to face encounter between the russian and u.s. presidents. also the news a c.n.n. analyst says the creator of the wrestling me has no right to anonymity despite the network frequently using. russian coverage. to washington jackson joint russian chinese proposal and the escalating north korea
crisis. good morning kevin owen here at the smalling it's just ten o'clock and more on this friday our top story the. twenty protest as these pictures just come in were fresh demonstration is underway police say they are expecting as many as one hundred thousand people to turn up later in the german city where the summit is taking place there also violent clashes yesterday let me tell you about that security forces used water cannon pepper spray to disperse demonstrators who threw bottles stones that we offices. i. want to pay.
was the one. without. was. activist in protesting against the two day meeting of world leaders who are expected to discuss challenges like terrorism and climate change our europe correspondent peter all of a next has been following more of the rallies and how book. tensions have boiled over between demonstrators and the police. we're seeing another line of police now marching doubleton running basically away from where that was taking place as far as i can tell and i'm from that. of missing anything
we've had fights about squatters houses and ola i've never seen anything like that leigh aggression the as far as i can tell purposelessness is that of wooden englishness it is now it is now. never seen and have my face heard of mace and then there is a mobile is. just behind me you can see some smoldering remains then that's from a trash fire that was start says. that is a. sports car i believe that's been torched here now there are. eight seems moments of as small bits of violence and what you saw will also last time is just how quickly it can start and then the police come in to try and put it out but whenever they put it out in one place it seems to pop up elsewhere we understand from the police that they were ordering people to remove their masks they were
refusing to do so then water cannon we used pepper spray was used. well despite there being a whole load of stories about potential violence coming from demonstrators in the build up to this large gathering we have been hearing from one member of the local polman here and how much is about the role the police could play in provoking violence yesterday was a big demonstration twenty to thirty thousand people that was very very peaceful and that was the same and indeed it was nearly the same. bactrim which will come today in the evening i talked to those who. appealed for this demonstration and they say we want a peaceful demonstration but i fear of there will be an escalation because the strategy of the police is slow to deescalate if as it should be and might be those people who want different. contradiction as well. can hear
the crowd chanting away there and see for she step build a vanity fair chance going on all under the watchful eye if we move the camera over here over the watchful eye of a lot of police officers i see you do you. wish to keep a bit vigilant here because we are seeing old what's the odds flower being thrown at the police just as you could see there we're actually right between the police and the demonstrators right now so we're going to try and get out of the way just for moment while i'm talking to you not the best place to be it. has a huge call of police officers that's marching through the city there leading the demonstrators they're only going to be allowed to go in the directions that the police want them to and the result is what we've seen it's we've seen violent clashes with the police we've seen cars set on fire and well exactly the situation we have at the moment right now. like.
i saw businesses in germany saw an ironic opportunity maybe this is what business is doing suppose to turn the mood of anger and protest into money t. shirts bags and stickers with anti capitalism slogans are on sale some call that a very pro capitalist move even to how burg based soft drinks company fits koehler launched an advertising campaign on the back of the demonstrations to. doesn't even for you i live. there so. sorry. well the g twenty summit itself one of the most highly anticipated meetings is going to be that of the u.s. president vladimir putin's happening within this afternoon and joins me now live
yeah a lot of eyes are going to be on they saw thinks is going to be the first face to face meeting what could we expect from it. kevin good morning well the good thing is that we know that the poor meeting is happening we know that is scheduled for the afternoon but that is about it is still unknown some reports in the russian media suggested that it can go on for about as long as an hour previously we thought that it was going to be thirty minutes now you don't have to be an expert to realize that the main issues on the table will be the bilateral ties between moscow and washington syria north korea and ukraine but really other details are still unknown and they will remain unknown for quite some time let's say till we get a press release from the white house or maybe the kremlin or maybe the press secretaries will have something to say but they will have
a joint press conference that is something that usually happens during the official state visits of heads of state but this is the g. twenty summit and the schedule is very tight going back to the meeting itself the level of let's say unpredictability is absolutely exceptional and the anticipation you could genuinely feel it among journalists when i was walking around the media center here and for you to get an idea of that immense anticipation of this here's my report. at the media center this is where all g twenty news reports are. if you want to know what's and who is going to grab most media attention. i'll teach you a trick just look at some of the pictures. for instance the papers that you can
find t.v. live to the issues like this one. the most important things that you will be looking for at the summit of the most important. they want to change trying to meet that standard and that's important meetings in the entire summit it will be the first face. to hear everyone else you will see there will be you know it's like a wage because we like. to. negotiate on both of them have a very strong leadership in our infantry the kind of like balance i think it's based on and i'm putting in a lot of kind of the ones he wants to get along with did they get the part especially on the controversy when you look at russia's potential involvement in iraq like i don't believe me you really need. a time in which
we. would do and don't take my word for this event turned into let's say thirty or even the fifty for everyone in this media center the number one pick or number two pick perhaps for the top story would still be the handshake and the talks between. trump. well that's the business again this g. twenty summit explains to be one of the most challenging as key issues of divided world leaders big. next. the model of the g twenty goes shaping the interconnected world but the countries that make up the world's greatest economic powers are an awkward fit to say the least it's true that some have been getting along swimmingly take german chancellor merkel and her chinese counterparts to hand diplomacy.
goes toward linking up if you try to add mr trump things fall apart for one term for only it was she really over there to see if north korea tensions trump and merkel don't like the chancellor it doesn't deserve her to the us as a friend anymore of course they didn't get along from the very start really the german people look at the overthrowing this woman i don't know what the hell she was thinking it takes wits to convince people with facts instead of using thinks she was person of the year i was supposed to be person of the year and trump isn't the only mismatch from her relationship with air to one turkey's president has been going down hill as of late head of the summit he was told not to bring his troublemaking bodyguards and was reportedly denied venue's to make a public address and that wasn't much of a surprise really after and i want to. see practices potential for conflict was.
that we want to avoid additional reasons for conflict now if we try to add putin to the mix he fits great with china but not so much with one goal sanctions over the crisis in ukraine are in their way and the same issues keep russia and the e.u. as a whole from connecting the e.u. and its turns is that odds with italy as its promises to help deal with the refugee influx have yet to come to fruition meaning yet another disconnect that we had left to the czech republic has taken twelve po'd into the groove taken exactly not good enough now the king of saudi arabia decided to simply flip the table and skip the summit altogether. as for the remaining g twenty members they're just as mismatched to the idea of a completed jigsaw puzzle with the g twenty members shaping an interconnected world seems almost impossible much more likely individual elements will find each other never coming together with everyone to make the full picture jacksonville washington d.c. the proverbial crystal ball is sure we get
a view from turkey one of the g twenty members dr hussein but it's this one professor of international relations at the middle east technical university morning nice to see you it was difficult to know quite how these summits are going to go but let's talk about the potential positives that might come out of this first of all let's look at the positive side of it before we talk about the negative what good is going to come out of this summit today. first of all this is an important meeting. turkey is part of the g. twenty about there is. as expected clashes violent. clashes and i think the plays germany in this wrong because there are a lot of demonstrations. but this is a democracy and germany is a democratic cancer the people have the right to demonstrate but in the final analysis germany is hosting around. the top what
are going to be. relevant and important for the future of not only or. what are they going to see eye to eye already inside that meeting. i think. first of all the g twenty is going to have a lot of regional conflicts to debate starting from syrian crisis to. crisis and many other issues and it is not any more so i would say this time economic oriented dimension of this but rather more conflict resolution or the g. twenty meeting because in the coming years i think there will be more violent clashes around the counties have to find a solution for this. is not turkey's
a lot of troubles with germany be hosting counter the german relations very high tension relations stick made it. union and european union in itself. has a lot of troubles with the bracks it or the latest poll called for donald trump politics the heart of political heart of europe and the central and eastern european contraries have now much more big after of donald trump came to power and now within the european union we have different voices so this meeting can humble arc has a lot of peculiarities not only because of donald trump it's given more statements from nato european security and american policies around the world and is facing
the biggest demonstrations in recent decades in germany because of its presence determines in general. very much against donald trump and we see this in the conflict not while i'm going to merkel is going to be out his neck over the. global warming policy is a business she she she doesn't see i want him told over the huge huge story i wonder if she's going to give him a lot of stick over the. yes i think america live at the moment making good progress of balancing she is trying to. juggling if you want to read all the power of germany is the biggest. contrie trade cancer of. china germany is making a lot of economic advancement and germany is the power of the european union as we see it is in the policies of
a magical they wouldn't it russia is really going to listen to climate change though it's not easy trump is going to listen to rebut stations about climate change he's going to do his own thing in yes. yes you are right the donald trump doesn't care about the climate change and the germans do this is the difference including i'm going to magically and the entire german society this is maybe the clash the confrontation between donald trump european union in general and germany in particular i think the climate change process depends. on merica is making together with the other countries if america does not do it then we are going to have much more problems in the future and i don't know whether donald trump will change its mind like the nato case but i do not expect the moment that is stepping down from this climate change policy by the should i was that you
should. make these climate change policies much more actively in positive stance than rather to oppose it america is the leading cancer of worldwide economic and technological terms so with america there will be no success well we'll see if we can expect the unexpected later on we got our correspondents across this thanks for your input the smalling doctors say but she prefers with the natural relations of the middle east to the university of the of a good day. after months of reporting alleged russian meddling in the us election using unnamed sources now c.n.n. seems to be changing its attitude towards anonymity case in point one of the channel's own political analyst now says people did not have the right to stay anonymous it was in response to the backlash that the network faced for threatening to reveal the man behind the little viral mean featuring president trump wrestling a c.n.n. logo elop maupin's goal. c.n.n.
now thinks that we the people do not have the right to be anonymous this is how kirsten powers their political analyst explained it in a tweet. people do not have a right to stay anonymous so they can spew their racist massage honest homophobic garbage now that's an interesting argument coming from a network that's been running stories about trump based on unnamed sources for months they started anonymous sources according to this source who spoke on the condition of anonymity anonymous sources are the basis of most truthful reporting oftentimes you do have to gather information using anonymous sources say can i use your name and they say no can i use you as an anonymous source a source familiar with the matter they say yes and then we report the information on the air we heard c.n.n. use this phrase so much it's actually spawned a number of online memes sure c.n.n. protects their online sources but the way they see it if you post something online that they consider to be offensive they have the right to reveal your personal
information to the public something that could actually put a person in harms way oh and they get to decide what's considered to be offensive as well apologized for some of those other houses that were racist anti-semitic and is not publishing to users name because of his apology think bribery in reverse they get said to me say listen if you are if you ever attract that reddit thing there's a couple of bucks for you that would be bribery kind of sort of but if i was a do you listen if you don't retract that right at the i'm going to expose you i'm going to docs you i mean let everybody know where you live how to let people know where you live what you said things you've said perhaps it might be politically correct things that might cause you problems with your job it's almost a blackmail coersion but it's unprecedented c.n.n. may be a powerful news agency but just to proclaim to them the policeman of what's considered to be offensive in the end u.s.
law has the final say caleb mup and artsy new york coming up the account a unified solution be found with north korea crisis will try to work better for a break. most people think just stand out in this business you need to be the first one on top of the story or the person with the loudest voice of the biggest raid in truth to stand down lose business you just need to ask the right questions and demand the right answer. questions. comcast for example is a company that is an anti-american as they get it as a company as democratic as it gets. of course they are.
of course. already. attacking. the same time observing the terrorists. so those people are in that. should understand that they are. korea's now so washington's rejected the joint russian chinese proposal ended deescalating the situation on the korean peninsula the plan calls for north korea to halt its missile testing and for the u.s. and south korea to stop its military drills in the region during those exercises a wednesday american south korean forces fired missiles into the sea of japan that was believed to be a warning shot towards. however the u.s. state department said those drills would not related to north korea's development
of weapons and outside pressure would not change washington stance b.t.u. these kinds of exercises and have relationships like this all over the globe if china and russia decide to come out against that that is not going to change our position well either which way it all follows north korea's latest missile launch on wednesday the united nations security council held an emergency meeting about the issue where the u.s. threatened force against. north korea's destabilizing escalation is a threat to our nations in the region and beyond their actions are quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution 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 but we prefer not to have to go in that direction the u.s.
is sending the same message that they have been sending for seventy years and that is to threaten again and again and again the people of the democratic people's republic of korea and the reality of us endless endless threats on the people of korea has ratcheted up now the sanctions a new round of sanctions a new round of threatening other countries that have any trade or economic relations with the d.p. r. k. at every step it is to make a provocation. and american arts and crafts retail chain is being accused of acquiring ancient artifacts which have been smuggled from iraq the items include tablets containing writing a dimension script called uniform use thousands of years ago in mesopotamia which is no part of modern iraq also i'm only artifacts of clay objects used as a seal known as a bully but prosecutors say that whole be low because the name of the shop agreed
to buy thousands of these artifacts in twenty one point six million dollars the u.s. justice department says the company was even warned by an expert that the acquisition of such cultural property from iraq did carry a risk that the objects could have been looted all the lobby for its parts now agreed to post three million dollars fine they will have to give the items back is the firm statement on the controversy. the company was new to the world of acquiring these items and did not fully appreciate the complex cities of the acquisitions process this resulted in some regrettable mistakes the illegal sale of the ancient treasures is also a lucrative i still to which makes many millions from selling some of them at least the over the terror groups more interested not a cause for destroying priceless bases from history. who are who are and how. soon.
the looters themselves obviously these are the people on the ground who are doing the digging up and the looting they more importantly they are responding to the mother but this is a market with a supply and demand and the supply is driven by the month so for as long as it is going to be dumont from western countries these goods are going to flow looters will loot and they will dig up the stuff and move more concerning for us is that. there is a clear connection between terrorist organizations like isis like al qaida. like taliban and the profiting from this looting and so it is even more egregious if you will it is even more concerning for us that people who know this
and yet they still continue to buy these goods and sell them on i'm kevin zero in thank you for watching out international live from moscow this hour about with the next live update in just over half an hour's time now coming up. to a pitch or not to a page that is the question still looming large over trump's presidency anyway crosstalk gets into that break. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around corporations corporations run washington the washington post media the media. and voters elected to businessman to run this country business equals power who must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been
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