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long so years since the deadly terror attack in nice but a french magazine comes under fire for printing dramatic images of the atrocity. the u.s. and french president has show signs of overcoming some of the differences in paris however people voicing anger at both need is regardless of their plans. a new videos emerged reportedly showing u.s. helicopters over the city of raka bicycles defacto capital in syria although washington the house confirmed its forces are now operating inside the city it's only under the pretext of advise and assist under company.
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you're watching international live from all moscow studio with me welcome to the program. france is marking the grim anniversary of the terror attack in the city of nice one year ago a radicalized man rammed a truck into a festive crowd during a national holiday killing eighty six people the terrorist was shot dead by police islamic state later claimed responsibility for the atrocity.
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well easy and living in france charter was known to police for several violent crimes. just terror tactics direction lone wolves to rent a truck and drive into a crowd. that is not a. little and you will see we are in a new era and france will have to live with terrorism. a year on from the attack two dozen survivors a still recovering in hospital around three thousand people are still receiving
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counseling including survivors their families and witnesses meanwhile the government has only delivered twenty five million euros in compensation from a total of three hundred million that it promised the anniversary has also seen some controversy as the latest edition of the french magazine paris match came under fire over its coverage of the event it published these images pulled from security footage showing the moment the lorry plowed into the crowd celebrating bastille day the magazine said the pictures were meant to inform the public and ensure the victims were not forgotten however some of the lawyers for the victims have accused paris much of the sensationalism. there are limits we don't need these sharp beecher's to understand the horror of terrorism. a french court has banned paris match from the republic the controversial images however the ruling did not call for the magazine's latest issue that includes the photos to be pulled from the shelves editor in chief in
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a public magazine. paris match had every right to show the public what happened during that tragic day i don't think there is reason for a moral outrage obviously people need to know that the french public is allowed to know also boxing matches certain space basis its readership the shock of photos of course they have said and we believe them that they would never show. us right recognized people. it will keep the dignity of victims of course intact i think it's very good because the public even the press doesn't know now. how this guy came on to department that this song played with the struck why shouldn't. much publish these photos date they will respect the dignity of the victims for sure. meanwhile a former vice mayor says the country's new government is not doing enough to keep france safe from such attacks we don't know of course. because the migrants just
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cut the military budget which is not a good thing you can tell me and the police to do a better job of protecting the french people and at the same time feel to give them enough financing fronts like any other western country and also russia is under threat from islamic terrorism so our governments need to work together to point these threats over the thing the european countries including france need to start taking a more serious approach to the influx of migrants because clearly there are spirits within the migrant population who would call get the french public. meanwhile the u.s. president donald trump has wrapped up his two day visit to paris on thursday he held talks with emmanuel macron today he was a special guest at the bastille day parade in the capital and when the time came to say goodbye it seems the two leaders found it hard to part.
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jimmy nothing will ever separate the presence today of be american president by my side mr donald trump and his wife is a sign of a friendship which has enjoyed time. it's going to be just fine because you have
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a great president you have somebody that's going to run this country right and i would be willing to bet because i think this one of the great cities one of the most beautiful cities in the world however it seems the french public don't particularly care about warm relations between the countries as charlotte do penske has been finding out. around it she saw some people have turned out in this protest against from and against a mock won't they say that the two presidents saw creating their own rule against society nuts because north just from peace here in town and many people are unhappy about the fact that he's been visiting paris people describing him as being a racist in the store chain is not happy about some of the comments he's made about france in the past say that france is known the fronts and currency is no longer paris because of the amount of immigration here in the country but also against president obama and his plans to make big reforms of the labor code here in france
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over the summer basically president not going to said that he wants to change the labor code because he wants to make bronson productive he wants to reduce unemployment one of the ways that he wants to do that is by changing the working conditions but the people here say by changing the reason working conditions what they do is actually a road to rights over work is completely and they're unhappy that they so i do know flexible working they think to erosion of society and not why people have come here to protest against my own and against trump today in paris show that even ski nazi our us. paris and also underneath a commonly fighting for the right to host the twenty twenty four olympics and mcallen seem determined to get france across the finish line first the very day macro an officially to go face he couldn't wait to make his elim pick charm
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offensive a priority to visit with you and your venture for the olympics paralympics in the twenty twenty four checks. both the twenty twenty four and twenty twenty eight games are up for grabs but the paris and los angeles it's all about who gets one year. getting first. place is a big deal bigger than usual for a head of state he's already made his pitch in switzerland an unusual move for a country's leader who normally only make the appearance at the host city votes just north of tampa trump was absence while the poor paris man who spearheaded the french bid before macro to grab the reins was noticeably eclipsed by the president we hold two stage and then there's the campaigning has been enthusiastic to say the least showcasing his sporting prowess and trying hard to show just wasn't all round he is a defender olympic values and. they're under threat and questioned by many people
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today so it's the best moment to defend. the olympic same appears to be very much close to mykonos heart he made headlines after promising to make his leadership style the tarion channeling the french king louis the great who was himself once portrayed as jupiter at the head of the roman gods and of course as the father of all gods he requires a complete pantheon and it seems he's already found his self appointed hermes him and you claim these should be to. him miss. the messenger. as for his patron emanuel just like jupiter he's determined to get what he wants in this case is very open and picnics a place. from his place unions have warned they might not be able to provide the necessary level of security for an event on the scale of the olympics blaming budget cuts more than five hundred million euros of savings are being planned next
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year the policy is meant to bring the country's budget deficit in line with the limits patients are threatening to join mass protests planned for the. a new video has emerged reportedly showing u.s. helicopters flying over the city of syria which has its capital. syrian rebels started an operation to retake the area back in november and last month breached the walls of the old city and. also operating inside the city to support local militants however washington hasn't revealed the number of u.s. troops but a coalition spokesman has previously previously said there were not hundreds. ryan and also said forces in iraq exposed to enemy contact and those during the battle for mosul in iraq according to him the troops are in syria and advising assisting and accompanying mission he liberated on the meaning of this by saying
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american troops call in airstrikes. it takes a close look at the history of train and desist operations it by its this train those are all the tags you always get when the pentagon tries to explain what american soldiers are doing in iraq in fear for years and assist in training aspect advise and assist in training mission. training equipping. companies and assist 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 actually mean very specific things train and equip is how it usually began 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. what the total number of trained fighters remains were talking four or five. which is what
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troops were tasked with doing in mosul and that means more engagement is true that we're operating. deeper into the iraqi formations our partners are fighting. we're supporting them with our advice and assistance we are very close to it if not already engaged in that in that fight and if you add a company to the end of advise and assist your flying 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 rocker. interestingly enough those marines sparring long range artillery are still regarded as advisors i think there's a big difference between an authorization of war then sending a few hundred advisors so what the addition of a company to their mission u.s.
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troops are practically a sport of the local fighters to rock out there you have it the next time you listen to military officials you can decipher what they really mean. to you washington d.c. . there are a number of u.s. bank forces fighting islamic states in the area among the kurdish units which a few days ago we're joined by female. they say the most important duty is to avenge eisel violence against women and slaved by the terrorists up to five thousand women are currently being held they've been reports of slavery rape while some have been sold on among the girls the children as young as eight one former prisoner who was badly injured by a landmine what trying to escape shared her harrowing experience a quick warning you may find her account disturbing. that the two girls to moses and the two car mothers and the women far we don't know what happened to them after that the one who took me to iraq and syria she was in
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iraq and i stayed with him for a month and from there i tried to keep twice but they caught the need both time. and they beat me badly and they did dirty things to me after that he sold me to another man in mosul then she sold me to one more man from mosul who was a bomb maker she beat me too and she was forcing me to help him in his job making suicide cars and belts. while you see the women describe a life of hell i saw wives paint a very different picture we spoke to some who shared their stories. i saw there is no sex jihad everything is just according to the law 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. was.
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my name is no huda i'm from lebanon i'm twenty years old i met my husband in tripoli life was hard 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 a salafi group the members of the group introduced him to their 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. 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 deja there's one disabled man and he's looking for a wife don't you want to get married and i've read.
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many man loved is he to girls more than their wives just imagine for example a man gets himself a 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 marry did get this it means she will become free go wherever she wants she won't be a slave anymore in this case is this clear. a russian family has been detained in turkey on suspicion of trying to join i saw this story a little after a short break. you don't leave universal basic income when you have an economy around the world that rewards imagination and monetizes free thought free thought free movement of capital and all those intermediary forces go out of business
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a lot of bankers lose their jobs a lot of politicians lose their job the nation state collapses as we know it and people are as free as their money because right now money is a lot freer than people. when almost seemed wrong. just don't hold. me. to shape out to stay active. and engaged equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground.
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to the program and a taco armed with a knife as killed two foreign tourists and wounded four others in the egyptian city of who got the the two ukrainian nationals according to local medics the russian consulate in the city says that a woman with russian and ukrainian citizenship is one of the wounded the attacker has been arrested and is being questioned by police his motives are so far unclear egypt's foreign ministry says a preliminary investigation suggests the man swam from a public beach to the territory of the hotel where the assault took place. who god is a popular beach holiday was sought the incident comes despite tightened security in the country after a series of attacks this year in january twenty sixth two suspected deisel innocents also stormed a hotel and stopping three foreign tourists. russian
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family has been detained by turkish security forces at the country's border with syria thought they were trying to join eisel in the conflict torn country. who joined me earlier in the studio with the details this family we're talking about here is there's a father and mother jenny chary and. and they were traveling with their two young daughters and what they did was they told everybody that all their relatives there go on vacation and anchor out to visit cousin of course that didn't happen then they went missing about one month ago and the relatives then organize a search and eventually notify the turkish authorities who detained the family now the search was organized by ex-husband because she was traveling with their six year old daughter lisa so he flew to the hopes to take lisa back from spot line up and that's when an altercation happened at the airport.
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it was. so after the altercation happened a turkish police intervened and that's when their family has been detained now what we do know about this case according to. relatives is that her behavior apparently changed quite dramatically over the past couple of years yes according to x. father in law met her new partner and the family converted to islam her behavior started to change drastically here's how he described it when you. change the religion to islam and it seems to me. the most radical branch of it will stop. using computers to stop so you can the daughter to kindergarten and they change the social network profile pictures to pictures of. mostly war. scarves on her daughter among muslims the live around here have never seen children
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wearing these black scarves i mean it's really interesting what he says then we've seen the cases that have come to light in the media similar kinds of behavior but at the moment do we know why exactly. they tried to enter syria well the change in svetlana's behavior do have signs of extremism but we don't know for sure if that's what led to their trip to syria but what we do know is a for a lot of those who tried to join us live in state and tried to enter syria they do use a similar and in fact there's a recent case in russia twenty one students tried to do the same using a similar and same that's been confirmed that is twice a story is potentially alarming like we've said earlier there's no official confirmation of this yet we don't know exactly why is for a lot of family travel to syria. says it may retaliate against a washington's continued refusal to return seize russian property or allow more
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russian diplomats into the u.s. well let's cross live now to our correspondent daniel hoare can talk more details daniel what exactly all the steps that moscow is now threatening to take. there are diplomatic scandals are as old as time itself tit for tat expulsions of diplomats are part and parcel usually of those events this particular story dates back to december last year when in the in the final days of its office the obama administration expelled thirty five russian diplomatic workers and also seized two diplomatic compounds quite a big move in the diplomatic world now unusual at the time president putin chose not to retaliate he said he didn't want to sour relations with the new incoming trump administration and would rather wait and see what would happen he actually famously invited the families the children of the u.s. diplomats in moscow to celebrate christmas at the kremlin now it seems moscow's patience though has run out according to the foreign ministry spokesman where he
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has a horrible this is what could happen take a listen. to problem of this report it's been half a year but we do not see any concrete steps from washington to resolve these issues however nothing impeached a new administration from showing independence and taking steps time is running out we do have ways to retaliate the personnel in the u.s. embassy in moscow greatly exceeds the number of our embassy staff in washington. both the president sure the spokeswoman spokesman the press corps finally has a heart over there as you heard have taken great pains to emphasize that this is unrelated to any other issues which may be ongoing between russia and the u.s. diplomatically political differences and they've also strive to make very clear that this is a flexible issue nothing is set in stone and much would depend for example on the meeting on monday between deputy foreign minister of course and u.s. undersecretary of state thomas shannon things could very well change then but certainly time seems to be running out for this spot to be revolved to resolve
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rather and we will see what happens on monday following the meetings of those high ranking officials and we certainly will danielle thanks for the update on the story artie's danielle hawkins there in central moscow. i'm not so long t. a german investigative journalist looks into the disturbing extent of u.s. influence on his country in the documentary soft occupation. there's a growing backlash against social media and magically the smog the most independents the most interesting people particularly young people are actually giving up social media and i think over the next few years we're going to see is that only loses the be left on social move. with make this manufacture consent to stick to public wealth. when the
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ruling classes to protect themselves. in the final. lifts and we don't want. to ignore middle of the room six. million real news. shows seem wrong but. just don't call. me. yet to shape out just they become educated and engagement equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. she still looks for common ground.
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the past few years and asked myself several times what's going on in my native germany. millions of refugees u.s. intelligence agencies indiscriminately listening in on german citizens on the government and once again. at least. from various political. journalists in an effort to understand just how independent germany really is when it comes to decision making. on its own national interests. someone else will.
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i'm going to. defrag. i've just called one of the most influential organizations in germany i'm not talking about the government or german intelligence. it's a. government american of. the atlantic bridge. this is the office the seemingly build.

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