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wow. a journalist is caught up in a gun battle in the iraqi city of mosul despite the fact that the city was declared free of islamic state last week. told the american cease notes in your interest to return to a role in building bases. to the iraqi vice president nuri al maliki has said his country's people will not call the way forward military base there adding that he's already warned the u.s. against such. italy says it will not be threatened by its neighbors over the border control that's just a country struggles for huge influx of migrants we hear from a local mayor who says his town's. r.t. speak exclusively to an almost totally paralyzed man who's conviction for armed
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robbery brought public outrage and rush. thanks for tuning in and just turned nine in the morning here in the russian capital you're watching our team to national with you this hour is and they say you . top story this hour our correspondent from russia sputnik news agency has been caught up in a gun battle in mosul iraq while she was taking pictures of the mine clearing operation and the historic part of the city she managed to escape unharmed and shared her video with us. about it. in my just a thought well come on over called looking from from a comment about the.
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where you were once all but so high on who you got there you go fight them and. i gather you go for your other you often have not come from mother as i was. and also one of the up until the fall of. the year. this gunfire happened when sarah noor it was filming in a residential area next to the great mosque of al nuri the attacker was hiding in a small room in a primary school the journalist believes it was a sniper we spoke to sara after the incident knew. it. or. not. and all.
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one hundred so well well. well you know all we. that. you know. for a lot. is on the ground. when i was on. one. of the. morning i did it all the while. the journalists came under fire despite a total victory over state being proclaimed in mosul just last week iraq's vice president al maliki has warned that there are still more to harness fighters in iraq but in an interview he emphasized one of his major concerns now is to push u.s. forces out of the country. joyce
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that american bases so i told the american seriousness in your interests to return to iraq and build your bases. in the interview iraq's vice president also said he rejects claims by washington that the victory and also was america's achievement are to stand your hawkins has been looking deeper into the interview with the former prime minister didn't. the national weather service in new jersey has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for newcastle county in northern delaware southeastern to cecil county in northeastern maryland northwestern cumberland
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county in southern new jersey salem county in southern new jersey northwestern gloucester county in southern jersey until two forty five am. severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from new york to near world like moving used to thirty miles per hour hazard sixty miles per hour wind gusts source radar indicated impact expects damage to trees and power lines locations and pack that include wilmington newark middletown pennsville carney's point ellesmere new castle salem woods down how low wait can time so what does borough delaware city port seal to shiloh and barksdale for your protection move to an interior room on the lowest floor of a building in addition to damaging winds frequent cloud to ground lightning is occurring with this storm moved indoors immediately remember if you can hear thunder you are close enough to be struck by lightning torrential rainfall is
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occurring with these storms and may lead to flash flooding not drive your vehicle through flooded roadways repeating a severe thunderstorm warning has been issued until two forty five am for the following county newcastle delaware and maryland and the following counties in new jersey cumberland gloucester and salem. in the she is remains in place and one group of state supports the sunnis and another the she is it will contribute to the creation of a new eisel with new ideas new faces and new flags so far the main efforts in iraq are focused on the short term goal of defeating eisel but with a whole patchwork of regional and internal conflicts it will be the longer term wider problem is that will need careful and painstaking resolution in the coming years. most residents have been complaining about the huge distraction caused by
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american airstrikes we share their frustration with professor samer hama brandy from the university of tehran he gave us protest that he filmed during a trip to the devastated city. as you can see the level of destruction is truly shocking buildings in ruins burned carson rubble are all around mohammad marandi shared his experience of visiting the city with us. they all seem those who we spoke to them terribly step for they were all they all seem very pleased to for the city to have been retaken but they were saying that the american airstrikes were very devastating and very. hurtful to ordinary people and that many civilians were killed they also they more or less across iraq in the cities that i've been to i'm in baghdad right now people have been blaming the united states more than anyone else for this devastation. unfortunately the iraqi government to spend doesn't have the money to rebuild the city because it's still
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fighting the war it's trying to liberate the west of the country there is no way that any of these cities are going to be rebuilt any time soon and i think that many people will gradually leave the country and move towards europe because there's just no hope. we also actually the same group of people we visited aleppo right after the break in as well and what it was very interesting or very unfortunate was that the devastation was very similar to the devastation that we saw in west. and the the bombing by the americans basically destroyed so much of that part of the city the west side of the city yet the western media says said almost nothing about it was when in syria russian syrian iranians were trying to liberate the city from their forces
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what the western media was talking about the russian air force and the syrian air force bombing civilian targets and so on but what we saw in mosul was the same amount of devastation yet nothing was we see we hear nothing from the western media . be italian prime minister apollo gentil loney has expressed his discontent at the way his country's neighbors are reacting to the refugee crisis he also said italy will not be threatened on the matter we will not accept lectures and still less threats such as those we have heard from our neighbors in recent days we are doing our duty and expect the whole of europe to do the same alongside italy. the morning comes after austria threatened to deploy its military to bolster its border with italy to start migrants from entering the austrian defense minister said his country needs to ready itself and these measures will be essential if the migrant influx from italy is not reduced italy is struggling to cope with the huge wave of
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new arrivals this year alone more than ninety three thousand refugees have reached italian coast by sea more than twice that amount is expected by the end of the year the traffic numbers have prompted an anti-establishment movement in the country to present a radical proposal. that is the fault of. the west or the importance of what i refer to but ok let's. go. for it because the bottom at the. following three weeks detention and almost totally paralyzed man who was convicted of armed assault in russia has been freed from jail. has been given a four and a half year sentence following his release he gave his first interview to r.t. .
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region to the point in which it was hard to comprehend what was going on with me because i understood just one thing i've been deprived of my life my family my relatives and i wouldn't last long at that moment i was sure i would never see my mother father my daughter my partner again i thought that all that was left to me was waiting for a painful death at the detention center every single person that saw me was at a loss and shocked certainly those who worked there went straight to me as they had heard of me we came specially to see me as everyone was wondering how this could have happened they asked me but i couldn't give an answer because i couldn't understand how long. twenty eight year old has a rare disease where almost all his muscles can't function he weighs just eighteen kilograms and can only move with the help of others he was convicted of organizing an armed robbery and stealing a scooter despite being released on health grounds his conviction has not been quashed and appear caring for charges to be dropped will take place on august third my abs lawyer claims his clients disabilities were never taken into account in the
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case. i saw it with the key thing is that i came across the judge's implication that he could tell while the day before the sentence in the application federal bureau of social and medical. disability however he delivered. the next day without having received. the case provoked huge public outrage several petitions were launched calling for my ass release and they gathered almost one hundred thousand signatures senators and politicians weighed in and even russia's commissioner for human rights intervened. the national weather service in mount holly new jersey has issued a special memory warning for delaware be until three forty five am to ten am strong
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it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before. when i was told some seemed wrong but old roles just don't hold. the old beliefs yet to shape out these days you can stick out to it and in again trade because betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. welcome back to the program the final day of the mac's international air show has wrapped up just outside of moscow crowds were dazzled by an array of aerobatics with twenty five displays showcasing
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a huge variety of new aircrafts the shows were running all week over four hundred fifty thousand people attended the annual event this might be an air show though there was also plenty of action on the ground as seen and tested by our own crew. but what happens i can't wait can you. just whip on the left and just to the right the washington sniper got about twenty minutes before the rehearsal begins and i'm going to show you all the brief why. well. ok so let's get into the su thirty s m cabin the first ever in my life that i'm doing.
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these sorts of fun times that they were told to keep displays about robots exploiting highly skilled to use for a little. bit so rescue helicopter. this mold you can be turned of business jet like a helicopter in just a matter of two hours. so it's like a great organ full to dedicate myself to business. let's look back i preserve the things that i've been able to experience in my time
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over the past few days we've seen some amazing planes and because the flying the sky like. it's amazing we get to take this princeton's this is try to complain they can also drive the cars for. the sort of sums that the operators of the rams look you've got this big car that looks a bit like the fact that you get your collapse is so far like music fundamental.
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now to discuss the art explicitly but. i do boarding school in central china girls are training hard to become skillful warriors they live in spartan conditions and they're only towards a sorts nym's and their own fists watch the premier of little miss going for today on r.t. . well actually i have found that. very.
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very. seriously oh feel they are doing it to you how do you know diana and her dad very high even though hurtful and i hardly harsh thing to show i was a liar then you are the dad joe should i shout at r.k. when i show she was. good. to be so.
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let's go back to one of our top stories to refugee crisis in italy local mayors have been staging rallies to protest what they say is an unsustainable number of migrants being settled in the country are trying to has been speaking exclusively to one of them and he joins us live now from italy where we are tell us what else the mayor tell you. that will be good morning to you once again well i've been traveling across parts of sicily sorry for almost a week right now speaking to locals officials. refugee some may not be willing to admit it but i can tell you. has really divided the people here. who are willing to accommodate.
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but there are people who want to put their lives. first their lives by the economic crisis and now they're being the ones who have to accommodate the refugees coming to italy the vivid example. spoken to a. person who was in charge of a community in the mountains a very small one told me. that. there was a place that has been quite a hotel. but then when. that hotel the mayor along with the locals. generator that was delivered here. to me why he did it. when there's no room there's no room.
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huge difficulties here unemployment issues with the infrastructure. community does not understand how we can accept more people when we have all these problems. only disappointed with his own government just like pretty much every one of the. people are very critical of the european approach to deal with. the mayor told me that he believes france and germany are. enjoying the status quo they really want to stay. in this kind of situation it's really dealing with. what else he said about the european approach. to dealing with.
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the e.u. betrayed italy with a problem that's not a tally in person actually it's totally european we are at the forefront italy is where the first european community. some countries even closed their borders. you could watch the. how it went. to. thank you. and of course you can find us all across social media on facebook you tube and of course our website. back on the top of the hour.
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that's a very that's right you sort of. have to fight to be able to. make . you see a better body in the. boat. you don't think about these. three. and you know another patients. here's what people have been saying about redacted in a bid to us exactly just pull along awesome the only show i go out of my way to
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launch you know a lot of the really packs a punch at least yampa is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same thing we are apparently better than booth nothing's better and see people you never heard of love redacted tonight not the president of the world bank though they are going to write me seriously send us an e-mail. list then which with my family can know those get a little bit because well plus i'm a lawyer but i you. know both it was a problem but i guess what kind of sign of this yes or no but if you dump on a handwritten note she refused to go near the city. where the blue he won't get just
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a good area to hunt for immigrants it's hit and miss we never really know for sure but this has been a active area. becky so i. know what i know so i have no idea. about your sudden passing i phone we just learned you were yourself and taken your last turn. as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry. so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each day. but then my feeling started to change you talked about more like it was again still
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some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it's one does not need a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with this one quite different speech here now as there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. time after time say we're going underground as in from is us about the national halliburton report results today while it activates oil rigs in war torn iraq where forty thousand were reportedly killed in the months long u.s. u.k. backed fight for mosul going up in the show when u.k.
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pensions minister baron as old little dres amazed thinking out that thirty four million in britain will have to work longer to be entitled to a basic income in their final years of life and is india repairs for a new president today one of jerry corbin's new assemblies tells us why he is calling for an inquiry into an alleged s.a.'s ninja atrocity that may have killed thousands of civilians in the world's largest democracy plus from british backed wildfire only able to board a great tropical fungus storm threatening the u.s. we cover the diplomatic do's and don'ts of travel as british politicians involved forty eight days of sublevel a day all the symbol of a days going underground but first on. what may be the most powerful company in the world announces its results today a parent company of google alphabet it's been in the news quite recently for allegedly abusing its market position and we start with the breaking news that the internet giant google has been hit with a record two point four two billion euro fine for breaching e.u.
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competition rules but what does competition exactly mean the european citizens going to suddenly follow the orders of brussels and start asking ask jeeves the record fine by the e.u. is just three percent of last year's turnover of parent company alphabet which reports results today to the new york stock exchange only the present editor of a london freesheet newspaper you'd think that finding google scares the company this is a real vindication of this government's approach when i became chums there was some companies that pay no tax not rightly called public anger we said we take action now we have companies like google paying tax that was britain's old finance minister george osborne crowing about finding google nothing to two decimal points of alphabet stone of the bank corporation tax at almost a tenth of the twenty percent that your local construction company has to yes google paid two point seven seven percent.


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