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u.s. president. today to be a special guest at the. despite several previous disagreements with. the. with the country with. he said. and the president is quote great the french first lady also received a compliment from. remarks on our physical appearance of being called creepy and sexist by some also some point. of. which appeared to go on for
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a bit too long all the whole day spent with the family was filled with more handshakes and smiles. the official reception didn't start at the palace but. which contains the tombs of some of france's greatest war heroes that didn't go unnoticed on social media as that is the building where napoleon was laid to rest a figure that some claim is basing his presidency on. the
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fight against terrorism and relations with russia were among the topics discussed by the two leaders correspondent charlotte the reports from paris on what was said . we have one main goal which is to eradicate terror no matter who the terrorists are we want to build an inclusive and sustainable political solution against that background or do not require the departure of some meaty discussions on the table between the two presidents as they discussed fighting terrorism security and the paris climate accord which donald trump recently said that he was pulling the us out of it despite those heavy topics on the table the first opportunity that the press had to question the president's about the discussions and the question was about russia and more so about president trump and president relationship with president putin given that the three had recently just met at the g.
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twenty summit in germany one of the great things that came out of that meeting by the way even though some part of the question was the fact that we got a cease fire that now is lasted for. i guess mr president almost five days and a few more all of a sudden you're going to have no bullets being fired in syria and that would be a wonderful thing i think it's important that both of us have direct discussion and contact with the president put it in the current environment in middle east it's and this is a city to work together to exchange information to share these agreements and to try to build solutions well the two men seemed to be all smiles today very different from their first meeting just a few months ago when president mokoena trump had that white knuckle handshake that very awkward moment and the two made every attempt today in front of the cameras to show that they had chemistry with each other not everybody was as happy as much trump's visit to paris with protests being organized whilst trump is visiting the
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french capital people saying they don't want him here because they think he's a racist and they think he is a massage nest and some people also unhappy about the comments he's made about france and the capital in the past when he's actually suggested that france is no longer france because of migration to the country and saying that the french capital of love had lost its charm meanwhile los angeles are battling it out for the right to host the twenty twenty four olympics and micron's seem to determined to get france across the finish line first and then attempt to promote her paris as bid to host the games he even took part in a sports day in the french capital there is a micro who was also showing off his her wheelchair tennis skills as well as proving who can throw a punch. france's police unions warned that they might not be able to provide the necessary level of security for an event on the scale of the olympics ultimately blaming cuts to the police budget over five hundred million euros in cuts are being
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planned next year the policy is meant to bring the country's budget deficit in line with e.u. limitations police unions are threatening to join social protests planned for next autumn. this friday also marks a year after the deadly tragedy in the french city of nice when a truck was rammed into a crowd leaving dozens dead. easy
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and living in france the attacker was known to police for several crimes. just terror tactics direction lone wolves to rent a truck and drive into a crowd. you would say we are in a new era and friends will have to live with terrorism. the latest additional french magazine paris match controversy with its coverage of the anniversary of the atrocity in nice and published images showing the moment the lorry drove into crowds celebrating best steel day. now the paris prosecutor cold
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for the magazine to be removed from sale because of the photos over a court ruled late on thursday that the magazine doesn't need to withdraw its latest edition victims group has accused paris match of morbid sensationalism. there are limits we do need these sure to understand the horror of terrorism and a look levy who is the editor in chief of people magazine told us that he believes paris match had every right to show what happened and there was nothing published that diminished the dignity of the victims. i don't think there is reason for a moral outrage obviously people need to know that the french public is allowed to and all also boxing matches. basis in its readership the shock of course they have said they believe them that day would never show. right recognized people. it will keep the dignity of victims of course act i think it's very good because the public even the press doesn't know now. how this guy came on to do
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that this only with the struck why shouldn't. much publish these photos date they will respect the dignity of the victims for sure. the u.s. says its forces are now operating inside the ice the capital rock out in syria american troops where those syrian rebels are start an operation to retake back in november and last month they breached the wall of the old city as i show you some of the latest pictures a shot in one of eastern neighborhoods washington hasn't revealed the number of u.s. soldiers operating in the city but a coalition spokesman earlier said there are quote not hundreds of the run dillon also said the u.s. led coalition forces are much more exposed to enemy contact in iraq out than those during the battle for mosul in iraq according to him they are in syria in an advisory in assisting and accompanying capacity i didn't specify the meaning of an
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assist task saying american troops are calling in air strikes on enemies inside the city but it is still unclear what is meant by the company role jacqueline bouvier takes a look. by it's this train those are all the tags you always get when the pentagon tries to explain what american soldiers are doing in iraq in three or four years and assist training aspect advise and assist in training mission. training equipping. a company to. train equip and assist in the company and our partners on the ground so let's break down those terms that often fall like a bunch of cliches but actually mean very specific things train and equip is how it usually begins that sort of like a boot camp when u.s. instructors provide local forces with arms and train them that approach was taken in theory a while back but didn't prove to be very effective can you tell us what the total number of trained fighters remains we're talking four or five next we have.
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which is what troops were doing in mosul and that means more engagement is true that we're operating. deeper into the iraqi formations are partners are fighting the enemy and we're supporting them with our advice and assistance we are very close to it if not already. in that fight and if you add a company to the end of advise and assist your friend to an even higher level of involvement by u.s. troops and this is the cost of creation for the u.s. soldiers involved in the assault. interestingly enough those marines firing long range artillery are still regarded as advisors i think there's a big difference between authorization of war in sending a few hundred advisors so what the addition of a company to their mission u.s.
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troops are practically escorting local fighters to rocka well there you have it now the next time you listen to the military officials you can decipher what they really mean. washington d.c. . as the buffalo continues we talk to those who know the life of the ice cold terrorist group. some of the wives all the. stories with. i. saw that there is no sex jihad everything is just according to the more you go to the city hall and get married and if you have already been married and your husband got killed you just get married to another man. and you know my name is no huda i'm from lebanon i'm twenty years old i met my husband in tripoli life was there and so i got married early i had my first baby at fifteen and the second one a year later then my husband joined
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a salafi group the members of the group introduced him to the ideas of jihad and explained to him that he needs to go to i so he persuaded me that there is nothing bad there and i trusted him as he's wife so it ranged all the documents and join him in syria. but then my mom told me i have to go back to tunisia as my husband was killed but women here told me why don't you get married a second time her dejah there is one disabled man and he's looking for a wife don't you want to get married and i read. that many men love to see to girls more than their wives just imagine for example a man gets himself his city girl and as time passes he begins to love her more than his own wife and treats her better and if this is it it converts to islam he will be able to marry her madly did get this it means she will become free go wherever
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she wants she won't be a slave anymore in this case is this clear. a thirteen year old palestinian boy has lost his eye after he was shot by israeli police the boy was playing on the balcony of his house when security forces opened fire in response to nearby riots. yeah the let. me. tell me. about an israeli soldiers came and started shooting in the am to the left to the right said the houses my son said let's go inside a small safe that as they were coming in the bullet hit my son's eye and face who loved playing football he had loads of hobbies now he's asking me all the time can i do this can i do that we're going to show you video of the riot in east jerusalem
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during which the boy was injured and we contacted the police to get their view on the incident pretty tough to work out what caliber of a riot is actually happening here you see a lot of israeli i.d.f. forces there on the ground but here's what they told us. as police arrived in the area there were stones and objects thrown at them the units responded by using non-lethal weapons later in the night a local resident was taken to hospital with an injury so were these are some of the non lethal weapons the police have been using such as a sponge to put bullets the new ones that they are twice as hard and heavy than the previous version and once you niger were shot dead by this bulletin twenty fourteen more than twelve people have lost an eye a palestinian teenagers have suffered from alleged i.d.f. abuse of power in the past. but then i'm going to tell you about a very. rude
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. it is getting much worse for italy particularly southern italy that is now officially overwhelmed with the influx of migrants are the story coming up in just a. it's.
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fifty years ago the american naval vessel u.s.s. liberty was brutally attacked by israeli forces on the liberty was one of the worst insult committed by an allied country since the survivors of this unprovoked attack have been seeking. to have you with us today for your world news and italian coast guard ship has dumped almost five hundred migrants to
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a sicilian port. forty five women and more than sixty kids are among them police detained five passengers on smuggling allegations meanwhile the italian interior minister during a visit to tripoli proposed a pact with libya to combat human trafficking. we have a moral duty to eliminate this traffic that has caused deaths that has caused extraordinary discomforts in human suffering which today exists next to ordinary and unacceptable pressure on my country and all of europe meanwhile the united nations is predicting that the african population will more than double by twenty fifty according to the findings the combined populations of twenty six african nations will expand by more than a billion up to two and a half billion the numbers have potential implications for europe. now since the start of this year more than one hundred thousand migrants have crossed from north africa to europe the majority of them arrived in italy which recently threatened to
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start turning away rescue boats and urges continues to word to the rest of the e.u. to at least share the burden and we discussed the issue with a political commentator and austrian activist martin silva who next week will sail to the shores of libya to try and turn back the ships of human traffickers. migrant communities muslim communities not just muslim communities all kinds of ethnic minority communities religious majority communities across the world have higher birth rates. and different regions of the world we see them so we have a problem we have a fiscal structural deficit in europe we have an aging population we have an economic crisis we have economic burdens europe is at the end of civilization this is a end of empires issue and as europe pulls away and turns out to crumble people are going to come together they're going to populate these these places if we turn all the tools that society has that are currently being turned against itself for the benefit of human kind that we can have a great civilization of change and that's the hope for the future and that's what
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people want the problem is i think you are some are living in a liberal leftist liberal universalistic for fairy tale and i think that you are. taking charge lennon's imagine song for actual policy you know the problem is that immigration at multiculturalism europe have utterly failed and everybody knows that and if you look at all the polls all the europeans are rejecting what you are presenting as a feat of my main problem is that by using the slur words like nazi racist and so on by presenting your wish and of europe apathy to the crumbling empire as a as fate and fact you are very antidemocratic because you want to shut down an open and free debate about if it's even possible if it's even a legitimate point in position to say no we don't want immigration done dogs are not talking lay down to make money doesn't relate to credibility if you're not into nobody shutting down but you in fact you say that what i say is not a valid point because it's afraid to have to trust
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a path think about it and see while we are being replaced and you just admitted that a replacement is taking place because our demographic declines to the greatest mathematician massive immigration will completely change the face of of european of popular opinion populations immigration without as a relation becomes a new asian and what we're experiencing now is a pop. placement in europe that is doing nothing good what we need to do up three simple steps we need to close our borders and control of borders like every other nation in the world does we need to remake gratian of illegals and we need to create perspectives of place and here completely with my partner that we need to create a future in this perspective in these countries more integration more contribution absolutely and if we deal with the foreign policy issues and we allow these countries to stabilize and we stop meddling and interfering in the middle east we will see a huge great change but everybody has to focus on their own domestic issues. a us police officer was filmed shooting at domestic animals in
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a private housing area during a burglary call at the footage posted on facebook shows a minneapolis police officer drawing his gun to dogs that don't seem to be showing any signs of aggression despite the police report stated that the police officer was charged by the animals. the policeman then opened fire the animals discharging four shots in total before actually fleeing the scene by jumping over the fence of the animals which were kept to help with the owner's children's mental health issues that have survived the shooting because by their severe injuries with one of the dogs sustaining three wounds the online reaction soon followed after the video was released and some calling for the officer to be removed from duty and have charges brought against him meanwhile the dog's owner has set up a donation account raising around twenty nine thousand dollars from over one thousand donations so minneapolis police stated that it was a ware of the incident on a set up an inquiry but they are yet to release the officers or body camera video
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and they also said that mandatory training will be held to prevent similar cases in the future. an american attorney are suing the u.s. president over government surveillance he says the content of his social media accounts was a compromised by the n.s.a. program that was revealed by edward snowden the whistleblower revealed that the n.s.a. had been collecting telephone records and data from the social media accounts of tens of millions of americans it was also an international scandal when it was revealed that the n.s.a. was eavesdropping on the german chancellor's cell phone when i spoke to n.s.a. whistleblower william binney who testified in the lawsuit against the president rest of this collection being done by the n.s.a. primarily but also the cia to some degree. is a collection of everything that everybody in united states doing is doing electronically as much as they can possibly collect and tap points are primarily
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provided by the service telecommunications companies inside the united states i used google to find out basically where most of these tap points are so i know the buildings the addresses of all of them these tap points or distributed with the population of the u.s. they were after foreigners like they say they are all they have to do is collect along the coast where the prince oceanic cables come up that's where all the foreigners are they don't have to go to the internal united states to collect the foreigners are not the target here is the u.s. population that's the target and then they take an oath to protect and defend that and they're not doing that that's my problem with them that's why i'm pushing this affidavit. for. a summit between ukraine and the e.u. ended without a joint statement on monday despite plenty of smiles and shakes and jokes in. i have to say i'm very very very. so i would be shocked. ukraine's president
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petro poroshenko host an e.u. leaders are drunk or young and on toast for two days of talks poroshenko made it clear that he wants the sides to agree on a plan for ukraine to join the european union. summit first it was very important today to begin the development of the road maps to achieve our dreams ten years ago the association agreement and the visa free regime were perceived by many simply as dreams and only our enthusiasm for the optimistic if you see as him with the help of our friends and partners made it possible. ukraine will definitely not be able to become a member of the e.u. or nato in the next twenty to twenty five years for brussels at this time is very looked in to put pen to paper they will make this a diplomatic things were to very knowledge and so on we basically don't mean very much but you crane has to invent bits have been criteria. and brussels will be
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very strict on that because our president they are not really looking forward to welcoming any new members or the summit took place after an association agreement between the e.u. and ukraine was ratified the dealing clear it's a free trade pact but critics say it's terms are actually turning ukraine into an economic colony of europe historian of modern mccauley again told us the e.u. is only interested in ukraine's natural resources the trainers have to face the fact that the main export the thing that europe wants the rest of the world wants of fossil fuels and timber and things like that which which i dug out of the ground or above the ground and so on because from the dust report of industrial goods point of view they're not really is terribly. better to go back with more of your wild years and a half an hour between now and then though it's up politicking. with
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this manufacture consent to stick to the public well. when the ruling classes project themselves. in the final. we can all middle of the room see. the real news.
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the fallout from the donald trump jr controversy continues the latest on this edition of politic. politicking on larry king will the white house ever put this russian controversy behind it and if it does will all the president's team remain standing in the end all will people very close to president trump pay the ultimate political price if not legal price will jump right into it we're joined by stephen cohen democratic congressman from tennessee member of the house democratic steering and policy committee he also serves on the ethics and judiciary committees and is
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a member of the commission on security and cooperation in europe thomas who joins me from statuary hall in the united states capitol congressman what's the reaction to this e-mail thing with donald trump jr. i think most democrats think it's important lincoln what is the story about the campaign in russia working to defeat hillary clinton and issues that special counsel moller will be looking at republicans i think have some of the same thoughts but they're much quieter about it because they're concerned about the support within their districts everybody thinks it's unusual because they've done nothing but the nod the nod the nod that there was any connection with the campaigns in here that dolly was a connection with russia but i guess on the part of donald putin you're to get information that was allegedly harmful to hillary and from the russian government the old statement used to be of a looks like.


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