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what. president putin says donald trump is very different in real life to the man you see on television the comment came at the end of the g. twenty summit. it may sound strange but in real life it's completely different on t.v. he's very businesslike and easy to talk with. another night of violent and the g. twenty protests the devastating german city of hamburg shops vandalized cars of burned to militant left wing radicals clashed with police leaving many offices injured also overwhelmed and under resourced another surge of migrants heading into europe strained some nations and divides others over the citizenship.
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hello good even welcome you watching at internationals just turned. him off scot. now the russian president vladimir putin has given his impressions of donald trump following their meeting on the sidelines of the g. twenty summit on friday speaking to the press and praised the u.s. leader and his approach to their talks. trump and i have established a relationship it may sound strange but trump in real life is completely different to when he's on t.v. he's very businesslike and easy to talk with i think if we continue to work together in the way we did yesterday he will be able to restore relations between the u.s. and russia and bring corporation between our countries to a new level two different donald trump's you heard it right that's how the washing
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president puts it but mr putin met only one donald trump in that blue room on friday and as we found out from right still or should there was some positive chemistry between these two men there was so much to talk about all these issues. just about everything got touched on to one degree or another and i think there was just such a level of engagement and exchange me to want to want to stop sure more times i had to remind the president of sticking their heads in the door and i think maybe the first lady at one point to see if she could get us out of there and i didn't work either well if that blood man who spent more than two hours talking to a lot of my approach was the real donald trump then there is potential for the lot awaited political thaw says a lot of our approach going back to the many issues that the two presidents
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discussed of course they spent a while talking about syria which resulted in the announcement of a breakthrough cease fire in three districts of the country at the russian president's press conference we heard him call the deal a giant step and it also turns out that a dream that had been negotiated not only by the u.s. and russia but also by israel and jordan well when it comes to the american media it seems that they were mostly worried about whether their president would put pressure on flat improvement over allegations. russian interference in the us presidential race donald trump brought up that issue several times a lot of our people kept replying that washer wasn't involved in at the lot of a press conference one journalist asked him whether russia was planning to meddle in the german elections well the russian leader had quite a laugh and here's how he replied which is
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a political tool new approach was you ask very provocative questions i've already answered this he says that we didn't interfere in the us elections so why do we need to interfere in the juvenile elections we have a long history of friendship with germany its own largest trading partner in europe but we have many joint projects so why would we interfere in the turtle first we were expecting a press conference by donald trump but apparently that god cancelled and it is a real disappointment well i guess we will have to hear something from donald trump in the next days besides the word tremendous that he used to describe this meeting now i guess the main intrigue right now whether the administrations of the u.s. president and the russian president well now agree on official visits from both sides that will have to wait and see. ok let's get thoughts now of a child's or a political analyst i'm right it's
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a win he joins us good evening to you charles firstly let's start with what president putin said just a couple of hours ago about his meeting with trump he was full of praise was only for the u.s. president on a personal level does that come as a surprise. now in the slightest i mean i've heard the same thing about often is the case that unfortunately in the american media in particular there's such a bias and such a slant what you hear on mainstream t.v. and in the print radio is so very different from what it's like to sit across the table either with the dollar drop or for that matter with george w. bush. these are successful people donald trump eminently so masterfully so. trump of course is a seasoned performer as well and you come as no surprise that the real dollar trump is very different than the one you view on the fake news media and in terms of what sort of deals can be struck between the two countries and perhaps solving some of the major problems the world has at the moment in particular syria do you see any
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major advance on the syrian issue. absolutely i mean i think you talk to her before about the issue of refugees now streaming back into europe again if we can stabilize this jointly stabilize help stabilize the situation in syria then maybe many of these markets will choose to return to it to their rightful homes so that's one place but i'm more of an investor an economic type person than when i look at what russia the united states could do to complement one another and to bring down the level of world tension in europe in asia in the middle east and then to help russia exploit its economic opportunities which are massive the untapped resources of russia are gigantic it is after all relatively underpopulated compared to india and china there are so many infrastructure projects or so many opportunities where russia might be able to use its labor force to export products into central and
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western europe and around the world and where americans might be able to help with that and then there's of course the other side which is you know if we do see the model progress i badgered that the united states would be interested in changing the sanctions sure what are the barrys there i mean you talked about a lot of potential there but what are the barriers that have to be able to come because we see it's a man obviously he gets home but there's a lot of politics involved when it comes to relationships between the u.s. and russia what sort of what has to be a become what fences have to be let diver in order for that to happen. well i think we're in a process over here in the united states of attempting under donald trump's leadership to try to drain the swamp and by that elitist crony relationships among academia media etc that's going to take a little time and it's indeed quite ironic to watch now in two thousand and seventeen american left site russia under putin is the enemy when during the soviet regime it was the american left that you know leaned toward favor of what
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was going on in the soviet union so it seems that there's a lot of animist between donald trump and the swamp and in particular the mainstream media so you know please bear with us as we don't don't believe much of what you read in the mainstream media because a lot of it is fake news on substance and trump is a man of substance and his team is a remarkable team of men and women of substance they see the potential they see the opportunities they don't like to talk they like to act and they have been acting and i think there's a lot that donald trump and mr putin can do together that their teams can do together for the benefit of our respective nations in the world. just finally child on a political issue you know the economic side saying but with regards to syria. through a lot of plays and a lot of stakeholders in that country it's very difficult just to get everybody to cooperate we've heard about the cease fire but getting everybody everybody on board saying that's an abiding by that is going to be difficult. well that's the sad
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history of syria you know i think there mr putin was right to note that the future of syria should be decided by the syrian people that's a principle that as long as stablished and in modern history and i think it's a sensible one having said that russia and the united states have been successful i think in changing the tide as regards the caliphate in the north. and now with the cease fire that's a force for good left foot right foot you know small steps become great leaps and i think it will be an excellent test case in syria we nice to see the suffering stop and the rebuilding begin and that's an excellent joint project ok charles look really nice to see we'll leave it there that was charles tell political analyst and writer thank you thank you. mating has been capturing the imaginations of many on social media some parallels between their talks and scenes from the political t.v. series house of cards as the russian president did appear to strike
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a facial expression similar to that of fictional. we showed footage from day one of the g. twenty summit to people from a few different countries and here's what they made of the world leaders body language. the way to go over something so. the resolution bridges exactly. two of them are probably still trying to figure out how we go to talking about ukraine. we should stop please stop. and they talk about the rocket launch. this morning. oh. no no i think that. he's now saying it's cheesy it cuts off
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a red line. what could that be in relation to could be your it could be nato forces. or. what you think these three are talking about discussing the menu. they're probably advising him on what to say. i'm pretty sure he's going to barrus us we'll help you get those refugees just take those refugees out of paris don't worry that's all you got to do to. get him out of the country he has to say mujhe it's huge going to be here it's going to be very. probably would. you want a bridge i'll give you a bridge this is the best bridge you know what i could sell bridges to the bridge makers of everywhere this is the so good so good don't what about her she's she's german that's all right it's going to be like him you see. super awesome awesome it'll use a lot like big news because he also looks like he's class and quiet but with our crowd yeah. sure. well back at the summit both ladies were trying hard to
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same time serving the terrorists. so those people. should understand that they are. new with r.t. now a second consecutive night to thaw and teaching twenty protests of course chaos in the city of hamburg radical left wing militants from across europe found a license to teach shops in clash with police the unrest over the past few days is reportedly left at least two hundred officers injured some local business owners fearing for the riots have been taking steps to protect their premises and boarded up their windows at the g twenty summit coming to an end many say the city looks like a war site but. he. has
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been following the riots in. it took quite a few people here by surprise just how big the demonstrations and the violence got on their friday evening into saturday those pictures that you've just been seeing of what was going on overnight this is exactly where it was happening you can see just over here the advertising hoardings have been vandalized there behind me is a bank that was all it was locked up but it's now also been all smashed up over my right shoulder there the cash machines had been vandalized earlier on the guy was was taping them up to make sure that they they couldn't be destroyed any further and graffiti of course just outside this is
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a scene that we've seen across the street here and also a round different bits of the town as well but i spoke to some of the shop owners that are based here about what their plans were some were saying they were going to board them up saying they were going to wait it out and stay inside the store twenty four hours a day some owners are covering windows so they don't get broken a lot of places are closed so we can't work productively because a total collapse of transportation you can't come in you can't get out of town. and our freedoms in my opinion you can't organize the g. twenty two in a lift with liberal area especially in hamburg which is famous for its demonstrators my opinion is that this is a completely wrong place to do this that is one of the questions that is going to be asked in the aftermath of this g. twenty why put it in hamburg it is one of the major centers for counter culture in germany one of the major centers indeed for the far left here just over my left shoulder is a place called the floor it's
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a major hub for left wing groups here and it was from there that a lot of the organizing of these demonstrations originated from of course this area ending up being where violence took place on friday evening into saturday now i spoke to some of those who were taking part in a more peaceful demonstration on saturday and i asked them what they made of the violent scenes that we saw on friday evening feeling every very badly because we are living right next door to this contact with this. and i really hate it so that's a point because the v.a. decided today to go to visit demonstration to set a point to give. us this the violence yesterday evening was all full understand the message they want to send is violence is simply tragic. when i don't have an absolute say in clear from the very beginning was that the police did nothing the officers gathered in small groups generally you could say it was incompetent. or we heard about the actions of the police officers there with some people saying they
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wanted to see bowl from them however when the offices did spring into action it was very forceful indeed we saw some scenes of where bottles of being thrown at them police moving in with well they were messing about in the slightest they moved in full riot gear. pepper spray at the ready. to count and we understand some two hundred people were detained by the authorities and many more people aged that we are actually were expecting this of course there was a hundred thousand people set to descend here on how much for these demonstrations with the authorities expecting around eight thousand from extremist groups and they're not just coming from here in germany from all over europe people coming here how big is the second biggest city in germany it's very easily reachable from most of northern europe from most of southern europe as well pretty much all of europe very big hold here. one person who fell foul of the demonstrators was the
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u.s. first lady melania trump she had to cancel some of range that was due to security concerns she was unable to take on the river boat cruise or to attend a climate change meeting now potentially considering her husband's views on climate change would have been something that been well anticipated by the organizers unfortunately though her security saying that do to the the situation on the ground here in hamburg on friday those events were cancelled we are expecting more to build up throughout south today and we'll probably expect to see similar scenes if not exactly the same scenes as we saw on friday evening later on saturday and of course i'll be keeping an eye on bringing you all of the latest here on alt. peter all over there were he bronson from the alternative for germany party says that violent protests are counterproductive. how big is well known for its left wing. sometimes extremist views so this shouldn't have been a surprise for anybody really well i believe that two groups of people who actually
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travel to to take part in this one group is very peaceful they want to stage their protest. perfectly in their rights every german has the right to assemble freely without weapons it's part of the constitutional law the second group. they didn't want to have any peaceful demonstrations they were set for trouble you have these i call them demolition tourists they travel from all over europe follow all of the germany to take part in a protest that is bound to be violent that is bound to destroy shops looting of supermarkets they had no interest whatsoever in a peaceful protest and sadly this small but very violent group is now attracting all the attention and of course the peaceful protesters are upset because this is not how you should stage a protest your protest should always always be peaceful to be. a surge
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of migrants trying to get into europe in recent months has led the migration migration commission us with the situation is getting worse despite years spent searching for a solution he. has seen very limited results. instead two thousand more or less that now has. just taken me almost twenty states and three hundred fifty m. men because of that fact they will get an offer try that. we need more of the international level to grade the smuggling business from all
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those. putting more people on the boat they were sending out all boat goes along to join the work every turn to be very slow and. incidents almost every day in boats that were taking more people than they really are or should be allowed to take a very big boat. journey is more dangerous don't question be. the percentage of survival that drives that is good that the old and the new and it has to travel to cows that if he'd be. good to know all the many areas to be to take to get mission to rescue people and so that i have shares that i will share the rescue task event that i'm back longer than i meant and i'm going to ration that at least it's not sustainable.
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the boat sensors are deliberately turned off by n.g.o.s in order to obscure the location did not does not arouse confidence this x.x.l. all maginnis thank you if you feel that you are getting healthy to provide a safe and eco channels so these people who are faced get very very. what is happening in front of all you need to leave is an unfolding tragedy. well here's a snapshot of the current problem is lee has already seen at least eighty five thousand migrants reach it sure. plaiting with. fellow e.u. nations to share the burden but that's being largely ignored and in france a makeshift camp in paris was cleared on friday with the migrants sent to gyms and sports senses and to the north in cali the former site of the notorious jungle camp
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the city has seen budget hotels fill their rooms with refugees and then in greece which has also taken on a huge share of the migrants locals on the island of chios a furious their hotels are having to be used as a mission to see how. we got the thoughts of a european political analyst in the year a member of the european parliament about the migrant crisis although they view the situation differently both say the is failing to address the issue. the problem the lack of human is the lack of common goals the lack of the founding out the i.d.'s of the european to get. one meal my guess is not the big the people of europe are exasperated because i don't think the people of europe mind having migrants and it's a tradition in many of european countries to greet a political refugees the problem is that these are not political refugees these are for most of them economical refugees problem is not the but actually got these men
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because because you know the agreements between the member states of the european union for the relocation of the refugees and to put every state member to accept some of them but the. fusion completely blocks if even one refugee this is there the problem is a lack of study that is the responsibility is in all the wars that nato and western countries have waged in foreign countries where are these migrants coming from they're coming from the can from afghanistan the coming from iraq they're coming from syria they're coming from libya these are all the countries where the us and nato said they were going to bring democracy so you bring democracy and twenty years later you get to get the microscope in droves you watch out he will have more news to you in about half an hour's time before that day it's big boss.
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lindsay francis has been broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. tonight we're going to break down the group of twenty summit in hamburg germany for you we take it down to the basics and then we go big. abilities also we've got an arms deal on. our hands between taiwan and the united states china is not happy that things unravel at the g. twenty going to explore that and jobs numbers are and i'm joined by former u.s. trading commissioner bart chilton to discuss the implications and other things stand by through bus starts right now.

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