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we need to cooperate on show many issues on nuclear weapons shiria on iran on energy. on trade. president putin gives a revealing insight into his meeting with donald trump at the g. twenty saying the public doesn't get to see the real side of the u.s. president. used. to this may sound strange but trump in real life is completely different. she is very businesslike and easy to talk with actually come to. a second consecutive nights of violent protests against the summit devastates parts of hamburg shops and calls burnt down ten militant demonstrators clash with police. and overwhelmed and on the results to another surge of migrants heading into europe strained some nations and divides all those over the situation
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. you're watching altie international with me rosana lockwood live from moscow thank you for joining us first the russian president vladimir putin has given his impressions of donald trump following that meeting on the sidelines of the g. twenty summit speaking to the press on saturday he 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 we will be able to still relations between the u.s. and russia and bring cooper ration between our countries to
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a new level two different donald trump's you heard it right that's how the washing 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 are saying 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 cheryl times i had to remind the president they were sticking their heads in the door and i think even 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 blonde 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 the agreement 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 putin kept replying that washer wasn't involved and at the vladimir putin 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 but it's all new. you ask very provocative
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questions i've already answered this is that we didn't interfere in the us elections so why do we need to interfere in the german elections because we have a long history of friendship with germany it's our largest trade partner in europe but we have many joint projects so why would we interfere in the internal affairs we were expecting a press conference by donald trump but apparently that dodd canceled 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 in the meantime several u.s. media outlets still cannot accept the idea that russia did not interfere in the
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election the u.s. ambassador to the u.n. nikki haley echoed that view on c.n.n. . i think president clinton did exactly what we thought he would do which is deny it and so this is russia trying to save face i must say i'm pleasantly surprised by the fact that the meeting went as well as it did considering the absolutely hysterical at the sphere in the american media that trump has succumbed that trump in the words of c.n.n. from this afternoon has fallen into putin's trap and i'm glad that trump has turned out to be an adult in this situation i think the problem for the russians so i don't for everybody really is how how much trouble is in charge of his own administration because it's quite clear that you know the cia the pentagon and so often wrong footing trumps moves and therefore the some question about whether we can deliver whatever response discussed with a lot inclusive of the fact that they have all the secret leaks some kind of
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personal chemistry is potentially very positive but of course as there's all sorts of of the problems that have to be dealt with it's not a straight. well the putin meeting has been capturing the imaginations of many on social media some have drawn parallels between that talks and themes from the political t.v. series house of cards as the russian president appeared to strike a facial expression similar to that a fictional kremlin boss vic to patrol of well we showed footage from day one of the g. twenty summit to people from a few different countries is what they made of the body language. try to find a way to go over something so hopefully. try to find a resolution voting bridges exactly how they can find a truck two of them are probably still trying to figure out how we go look to talk about ukraine. he says stop please stop maybe north korea.
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and they talk about the rocket launch that you maybe talk about both. this morning . yeah so is it oh so you put the conflicts no no the good stuff. he's now saying in a speech is it cuts off a red line aside. what could that be in relation to could be europe they could be nato a full suzi. to do. what you think these three a talking about discussing the menu where they going on holiday. they're probably advising him on what to say and not sound so stupid 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've got to do to put him somewhere else and get him out of the country he has to say mute it's huge good being here it's going to be great. probably we're doing nearest bar something. you want a bridge i'll give you
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a bridge this is the best bridge no word 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 to be super super awesome awesome there's not a lot like fake news because she also looks like it's class and quiet but with evercore yeah i thought of the country. back at the summit the world leaders were trying hard to impress their counterparts the host.
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live . meanwhile a third night of unrest has broken out on the streets of hamburg following the end of the g. twenty summit. i think it was. we . thought. was.
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was. such radical left wing militants from across europe vandalized and looted shops and clashed with police the violence over the past few days has reportedly left at least two hundred officers injured some local businesses fearing further riots have boarded up their windows after two days of g. twenty talks many say the city now looks like a war zone. as far as i can tell and i'm from that. i've never seen anything like this.
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peter all of a has been in hamburg following the protests for us here now looks at the often off of two nights of trouble. 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 unbelievable. you have to right to demonstrate no problem but you have not to the right. to punish or to injure or destroy something you look at this one also is. money because here cost five thousand or
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a minimum. three three times make fifty thousand i expect somebody to take responsibility for this so we asked our president our major it was their choice but somebody has to have the responsibility but this is part of our. civil war this is 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 some load 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 couldn't work productively because a total collapse of transportation you can't come in you can't get out of town that affects our lives and our freedoms in my opinion you can't organize the g. twenty two in a left wing liberal area especially in hamburg which is famous for its demonstrators
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my opinion is that this is a completely wrong place to do this well 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 just over my left shoulder place called the floor it's a major hub full of 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 the 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 very very badly because we're living right next door to this contact with a chance in fact and really hate it so that's a point because. i decided today to go to visit demonstration to set
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a point. just as 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 the 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 of the actions of the police officers there with some people saying they wanted to see . however when the offices did spring into action it was very forceful indeed resource some scenes of where bottles that being thrown at them police moving in with well they were messing about in the slightest they moved in in full riot gear . pepper spray at the ready. to count and we understand some two hundred people detained. many more people injured that we are we were expecting this of course there was a hundred thousand people set to descend here on how full these demonstrations with . expecting around eight thousand from extremist groups and they're not just coming
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from here in germany from all over europe people coming here how big is the second biggest city in germany very easily reachable from. most of northern europe most of soviet europe as well pretty much all of europe very big help a. person who fell foul of the demonstrators was the us this lady maloney she had to cancel some of a range of events that was due to security concerns she was unable to take on the river boat crew still 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 organizes unfortunately though her security saying that jus to the situation on the ground here in hamburg on friday those events would counsel a kook klux klan protest has led to several people being detained in virginia that stories after this short break.
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beginning see this. sixteen and the skull split cause of time deep trouble. europe assaulted by. one of them and the such a moment was president tom. what about russia you know it better than i do which pull intel relations on. what politicians do. put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. some want to. have two going to press for survival before three of the people. i'm interested in the water.
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welcome back now up to twenty three people have been detained by police in virginia after the ku klux klan faced off with supporters from black lives matter members of the extremist group also known as the k.k.k. came out to protest against the removal of a confederate general statue counter protesters appeared to oppose them with police aiming to separate the two groups images from the scene appeared to show a take ass calloused a big used by police. in albany's this hour after a surge in refugees trying to get into europe the news migration chief admits the situation is getting worse.
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he said two thousand and thirteen are less and now rights have gone out that have a steady thirty to almost twenty percent between the fia because of that train and they will yet also try to. boost the cooperation against smuggling drugs. we need more from the international level to break the smuggling business model. putting more people in the boat they were sending out gold boat those monsoon january february tend to be very slow and instead we had incidents almost every day in boats that were taking more people than they really are or should be allowed to take those who have very big boat.
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journey is more dangerous don't question the. the percentage of survival. that is good is that all that and he has to travel to cows that if you believe that. there is no in many areas easy to get mission to rescue people and so then i have shares that i will share all the rights you have eaten that me back longer than i meant i am going to ration because it's not sustainable. if the boat sensors are deliberately turned off by n.g.o.s in order to obscure the location then that does not arouse confidence there is sex after the mountain is that you
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feel that you are getting these to provide a safe and to go child so these people who are fit your get very very. what is happening in front of our you need to leave is an unfolding tragedy. well here is a snapshot of the current crisis has already seen at least eighty five thousand migrants arrive so far this year it's pleading with fellow e.u. nations to share the burden in france a makeshift camp in paris was cleared on friday with the migrants sent to nearby sports centers and saloon all thing kalai the former site of the new tour is jungle camp the city has seen budget hotels fill up with refugees and in greece which has also seen a huge influx of migrants locals on the island of key also a few areas of the hotels are being used as emergency housing or we got the thoughts of a european political analyst and a member of the european parliament where they view the crisis differently both say
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the e.u. is failing to address the issue. the problem the lack of human is the lack of common cold the lack of the founding out i would be ideas of the european union forty. one million or migrants is not the big deal 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 but actually got these men 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 by the. fusion completely dark ship even one refugee this is the the provision lack of charity that is the responsibility is in all the wars that nato and western countries have waged in foreign countries where are these migrants
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coming from they're coming from they're coming from afghanistan the coming from iraq they're coming from syria they're coming from libya these are the countries where the u.s. and nato said they were going to bring democracy so you bring democracy and twenty years later you get the microscope in droves. the pentagon is increasing the level of secrecy surrounding its inspections of nuclear weapons safety and security reports which have in the past exposed problems will no longer be made available to the public defense chief say the move is necessary we are comfortable with the secrecy for as long as nuclear weapons exist the u.s. will maintain a safe secure and effective nuclear stockpile however transparency campaign is convinced they say the move goes beyond national security concerns and fear it's about covering up the stakes here's a look back at some security failures that have happened recently.
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every single day for. the most part what. history has. it's not something to take lightly. the internal and external reviews i ordered showed that are consistent lack of investment and support for a nuclear forces or far too many years has left us with too little margin to cope with monny stresses. the reviews found evidence of systematic problems that if
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not addressed could undermine the safety security and effectiveness of the elements of the force in the future. next here on our team to national a look at how donating blood creates vital income for many poor americans and a healthy profit. but if you're watching us from the u.k. oh and it's news thing. i've got to do just that if you're watching our. i'm a trial lawyer i've spent countless hours poring through documents that tell the story about the ugly side of. corporate media really uses to talk about the current.
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i'm going to paint a clear picture about how disturbing cold blood for conduct is because mom these are stories that you know no explain to my parents or your host of america. question. i'm john harshman and i'll give you what the mainstream media can't go big picture . and when you question more find what you're looking for you see the. dog. will go deeper investigate and debate all so you can get the big picture. there's a real irony going. to bring out a responsible choice in the people and there is always well that's what. always seems. to be a little more area now wholesale surveillance you see all you have all meanwhile as
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you mentioned the size and size than trump has used social media always on the story goes it's garbage in real shiny. welcome to on contact we came to cambridge massachusetts to meet with professor noam chomsky arguably america's greatest intellectual i want to ask you about the ten principles that are laid out in the book and the first one you talk about is reducing democracy your second point shaping the ideology principle number three redesign the economy let me move on to shifting the burden. with chris hedges. this is the second part of our conversation at his office at mit focusing on his latest book requiem for the american dream. with chris hedges so principle
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number five attack solidarity and you bring up social security what we're watching this happen as we speak what is this about soledad remains concerned for the fate of others so i don't have children or grandchildren in elementary school so why should i put it to x.'s why do i have to care that the kid across the street goes to school well solidarity means you do care social security is based on the concept of soul a very you care the the widow across town has enough food to eat the institution that was built them so there is the labor movement so there is it slogan. we're all in it together we work together to try to achieve common goals that's the ideal at least and
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a functioning society of as and a healthy society will be built on the ai why is it important so it's important for people to defend themselves to protect themselves if you're alone standing against concentrated power you don't have a chance if you're working with others you do have a chance you can you have the power of the majority in fact to defend your rights to defend the rights of others but there's also a simple ethical principle do we care about others it's kind of interesting that if you go back to the icons of neo liberalism like adam smith he regarded sympathy as the most fundamental human emotion in fact it's kind of interesting to look at his notion of invisible hand which everyone talks about take a look at what he actually meant by it.


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