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make america great again we've kind of adapted this to make america a nomics again kind of a play on the he one employee. welcome back new dash cam video footage has been released showing police shooting a man forty five times in america's atlantic city in twenty fourteen because it took place following a car chase through four cities after the man refused to be searched by officers police people and some of the images we're about to show you are disturbing. the police officers seen firing as soon as the man who was armed and also high on the drug p.c.p. and he got out of the vehicle we can of course show you all of the images but the officers continue shooting long after the man stopped posing a threat and we discussed what happened with a peace activist he told us that police can always find
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a way of justifying heavy handedness actually the police in america are trained to shoot at the body mass to shoot at the to shoot for the vital organs and not to shoot in the legs there's always an excuse for using deadly force but let's be honest these kinds of excesses will continue to happen as long as we have our persons who are teaching the police to be brutal and violent instead of training to treat american citizens as if we are people not combatants or officers in the us regularly accused of employing brutal tactics here's a look at some other high profile incidents from recent years. all right. no you got to stay right here.
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we have this many police shootings nationally it is irrational that america calls itself a human rights leader when the very basis of this country has been this systematic violation of human rights but it seems as if there's a conspiracy by the police to not shoot and if necessary kill violent dangerous. people criminals in our society and they kill people who are not dangerous. they know there's a complex technical board game on the markets that simulate all out war between europe and russia now it's not exactly flying off the shelves and the few who have bought it have been left more than a little confused by trying to play it so has had to go itself. hi gary pauly i'm going to be reviewing a new game that's come to our attention here who didn't strike very robust box it
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could be bullet proof but i'm going to be on boxing it and telling you all you need to know about it in order to find out what this game is all about. very hard to unlock oh there we go face of the man himself very complicated instruction manual here you can't have a board game without a board the theater of war the markers of nuclear strikes i have recruited our office engineer ben i'm going to be an external conference room in order to give putin strikes its first sortie. there we go are you a fan of board games. this is the instruction manual. there are these markers
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the russian forces the nato forces which want to join game of solitaire yeah i'll be russia obviously. i'm going to put the russian ones where i think the russian ones should go but everywhere you put your nato ones are using the nato ones going to get a. great . so you planning on on taking crimea back so what's what's going on here now unlike most war games the movement flocked to the units all depended on me to. i think you actually have to be a nato general or a russian in general to understand how this works you know this this game doesn't have to reflect reality it's going to pepper the. with russian battalion do we have any left a truce is the any option ok thank you very very much ben. ok guys say that was
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a little taste of pretend strikes for you mr you just pretty special is probably the only one you're going to see of this game because the man in the specialist store when we bought this said that we were the last people to ever practice strikes if you don't like it change to restore justice to the wild order this is a pretty good place to start. but enough of the toys how about the real thing it's navy day in russia on sunday the northern port city of st petersburg will be hosting some of the most impressive joints of the sea including one of the world's largest nuclear propelled ships.
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now just a quick look ahead to a program that's airing later today on the world's appalled his about the possible deployment of u.n. peacekeepers to syria the man who make the decision talks works on a boy. there has to be a peace agreement before there can be deployment of peacekeepers and you know the special representative of the secretary general mr star from mr keeps on trying to bring the parties together in collaboration of course with the permanent members of the security council. not to do that or transition in the united states i was quite encouraged personally or go i don't deal with this matter that it grew but there was personally encouraged. the limited ceasefire agreement which was decided in the meeting between complexity and to present rather new put demand present. and i
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think there are some good signs we hope for the best over the past few years we have been changing to what we call in program critical of the assessment so at every point of time the security is being assessed not by venom the u.n. staff should leave but by what that would mean should be made for them to be. to be present them to deliver their program. or that program has lace or you can watch it right now on line returning to our top story this hour germany's economy minister says there's a possibility that the you will use countermeasures against america's anti russia's sanctions bill the proposed restrictions are aimed at punishing companies with ties to russia's energy sector this has raised fears of disruption to a major russia joint project the north stream two gas pipeline. it is bad that the
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u.s. has left the common line it had was europe for sanctions against russia and there is a possibility of counter sanctions against the guinness we've heard from the german minister all economy and energy they're pretty she'd zipless but she's not alone in those that are being critical of this latest round of sanctions that's being proposed by the unite. states we've also heard from the austrian chancellor christie in care he posted online saying that these were unacceptable he said that politics and business should not be mixing when it comes to making decisions like this such as putting sanctions in place on another country we've also heard from unions as well who are concerned about potential impact on their members that work within the energy sector there's been a meeting a conference taking place from the german committee of e.u. economic relations there and they've described the sanctions as they are written
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right now as unacceptable and fact the managing director of that organization which represents german business interests throughout eastern europe spoke to r.t. he had this to say that impact of do you plan sanctions notice a very negative form. especially for the energy sector because of the sanctions under the threat of strings and especially energy pipeline exports from russia over in the united states we understand that serious players serious big multinational corporations were lobbying representatives before they went into vote to try and convince them not to support this bill that didn't work but the names on the list include of course energy giant such as be in exxon mobil but also other big multinationals searches ford and boeing as well so i think it stands we're still going to have to wait to see what the ultimate reaction will be from the european union if the sanctions go ahead as planned could the nuclear option be triggered
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which would be the e.u. placing economic sanctions on the u.s. business it's certainly an option it's still on the table if you take what the german economy minister an energy minister had to say earlier on on thursday we're keeping an eye on this of course. however u.s. sanctions haven't always proven to be effective of course let's take north korea for instance last year the u.s. imposed first standalone restrictions against pyongyang however the asian countries economy grew at the fastest pace for nearly two decades that's according to estimates from south korea's central bank north korea's also boosted its exports and continues to develop its nuclear capabilities of course and it's not just pyongyang that's seen a degree of economic success in spite of u.s. sanctions iran to has been forced to diversify its economy finding new trading partners as a way of coping with the meshes kalam open explains more on that the new sanctions
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targeting russia north korea and iran are not exactly a big here in europe the head of the commission decided to give the world a piece of his mind the u.s. bill could have unintended unilateral effects that impact the e.u. use energy security interests america first kind of mean that europe's interests come last yes everybody has their own agenda and right now the usa is having a hard time getting everyone else to play ball take a look at north korea right now their economy is booming the best it's been in seventeen years at least that's according to estimates from the south korean central bank right now their g.d.p. their imports and their exports are rising despite international sanctions now donald trump decided a long time ago who he thinks is to blame for that. treaty between china and north korea grew almost forty percent in the first quarter so much for china working with us but we had to give it a try and iran is a similar story even before the nuclear related sanctions were lifted under the
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iran deal india and china were buying their oil in your imports one hundred ten million tons of crude per year we would not decrease imports from iran iran is an important country for india despite u.s. and european sanctions on iran. china will import crude oil from iran based on demand and will not be influenced by the edicts of any country can america impose sanctions on other countries outside of the u.s. and the answer can always be no because the post world war two author of a us dollar gemini right out of washington d.c. the so-called washington consensus is disintegrating it's falling apart and that the us doesn't seem to want to take on reality they want to live in the past or they want to believe that they're the policeman of the world and they're going to impose sanctions they're just pushing germany into the arms of russia and then
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you've got an enormous axis of power too and germany russia and china and they're going to get out of the u.s. dollar how's that going to help the american economy if the u.s. dollar loses its position as world reserve currency us leaders love capitalism and economic freedom but in the twenty first century global economy just because u.s. leaders don't want to trade with somebody doesn't mean that everybody else has to follow their lead mop and r t new york. you're watching the news we hope to talk to the president of the international red cross shortly who has issued an urgent plea over the conflict in yemen in light of some truly horrific humanitarian numbers that still ahead. global war hawks selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings peace to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles they don't. produce offspring to
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tell you that they'll be gossiping probably by itself a little support today. off the maverick as he tells me you are not cool enough and wants to fight their product. all the hawks that we along with our audience will watch. if we take for instance the size large enough to destroy a city say forty meters or so of the million or so asteroids out there we have discovered perhaps a percent or so of that ten thousand of them. so in other words that means that ninety nine percent of them are undiscovered so you should expect that the great majority of asteroids it's going very close to the earth as a surprise. the
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red cross is calling on the west and the saudi led coalition to use their influence to end the devastating conflict in yemen the organizations president has said that western countries must understand it's not just stability in the region that's at stake and urged riyadh at the united arab emirates as critical actors to find a way out of the crisis the saudi led coalition is battling the rebels in yemen who controlled most of the northern part of the country meanwhile a special un investigation has concluded that the coalition was most likely responsible for an attack on a migrant boat trying to flee yemen back in march it claimed riyadh's forces were the only ones in the area at the time but they used helicopters to attack the vessel however the coalition denies that it conducted the air strike and with me
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now is peter mauer who's the president of the international committee of the red cross he joins us on the phone now welcome to program mr moussa so as we heard your it in western countries to influence all those who are party to the conflict in yemen what can the international community realistically do if they haven't done anything already. i think we. visit. straight. we have many other conflicts of. our. but on the other hand all that makes sense if you see the changes. that conflict. hospitals have been attacked. centers water distribution centers. attack. all the
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signs of action military actions which are in contravention of international. audience gauge such action should really engage in a dialogue with us on the respect the international community a lot of. the actors on the ground to reconsider their military strategies because if we continue that way the humanitarian costs of the war theater. will just unacceptably high for the civilian population is already unacceptably high when i look at the conversation. so i mean looking at the the plea that you issued a few days ago in the numbers are truly horrifying you talk about the cholera outbreak in yemen as being manmade what do you mean exactly. as for us that. di mentioned the plague which we call the run
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fold in yemen at the same time those. most destructions of. infrastructures hospitals will to do. the fact that water and sanitation. health systems are falling apart. piling up in the cities because there is no electricity for the conversation systems. that will. mean a contaminated water. that makes our spreading. aids was a direct consequence of for fear not just an epidemic which comes from a virus which has developed itself. infrastructures which are the result of warfare against.
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national law we have to attack. from both sides. create up emergency response if you can to call or are. sure we are not piling up. because your whole. lot more people are. in the car. there will always be victims or more of course but what people are going to find really astonishing is to trying to get medicine and food supplies into the people who need it most even if you can't get the warring sides to try and sort things out and that's never going to happen overnight but even just trying to get emergency supplies into places like the port of a data controlled by the who the rebels repeatedly bombed by the saudi coalition of course why are those calls going on hated when it's affecting so many trapped innocent yemenis. well of course i mean everybody knows that the port of the
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airport of our. lives supply lies lying for. the north. controlled by the. very clear also from the warfare in yemen and unfortunately in other. words have become transactional. increasingly phenomenon that humanitarian deliveries are only accept a. concession unitarian assistance and they are only covered. goods are only allowed to enter a country. certain. certain things are done by the party. of course. is of great concern to us.
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population to have. access. to the supply chain of normal commercial activity for civilian population six games. critical because. it's weakened by the war fear by. import restrictions no doubt in touch with everyone directly involved in the conflict and also those around now which surprises you more mr mauer the inertia from the warring parties on the ground in allowing humanitarian assistance in all the allies in the wider cold not really doing very much about it . well of course i mean let's be very frank warring parties on the ground.
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or. what is going on. they are the ones which first foremost are. we to recognize as well. today i don't really care in problem world beyond the political problems can be found in just gauging the warring parties on the ground we have to try to find a solution encouraging local solution bubbling up at the same time also. international community and. actors internationally who are involved conflicts to. to really assess the costs of conflict for the civilian population because if we don't now we will see again any population more more frustrated more desperate and probably ready. for a better solution than other places. built up.
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largely migration to creation at the present moment by creation. and then people are fleeing from the conflict more call in the region but i can't exclude that they get hold of the most tragic consequences of this war and if the warring parties don't change behavior we will see conflict later on the. show is truly a bleak picture that you're paying for but i really appreciate your time talking to us paid tomorrow president of the international committee of the red cross thanks for joining us on r.t. international. thank you very much mr maoris recent visit to yemen came as that outbreak of cholera spread across the country and coupled with the conflict has left hundreds of thousands without the required medical help a word of warning you might find some of the following video upsetting to watch.
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next an i.t. consultant and aide to some of the most high profile congressional democrats in the u.s. has been arrested on bank fraud charges while trying to leave the country. and work for the house democrats for more than a decade and with dozens of officials he reportedly had access to some of the d.n.c. chairs personal devices. jacqueline booga takes a closer look at the case. a former congress i.t. aide was arrested by the f.b.i. on monday when trying to board a flight abroad that was for alleged bank fraud and well possible bank fraud in
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fleeing the country doesn't look good for him on the one his case gets more interesting the deeper you look i. i . i . mean one family has a few skeletons in their closets back in february they were accused of charging congress workers double the actual cost for i.t. equipment and pocketing the profits and other reports suggest that they have been stealing and exposing sensitive data to outside sources and some people on the hill fear that the group may have been blackmailing house members i don't know what they
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have but they have something on someone something is wrong then mark interestingly enough they remain on washington's payroll and despite the accusations the ones enjoyed an unusual amount of loyalty from congressman one even saying the claims were based on his lawn a phobia i wanted to be sure individuals not being singled out because the nationalities of the religion they provided great service for me and there were certain times in which they had permission by me to access some of my dates among the family patrons was debbie wassermann schultz including when she was still democratic national committee chair she gave them wrong a one direct access to her i pad which contain e-mails which infamously appeared in the d.n.c. leak schultz also reacted badly when capitol police attempted to search one of her laptops is a member loses the equipment is free and it is found by the. we saw your stand and it is identified as that number members apartment it is supposed to give a turned yes or no depends on the circumstances under my understanding the capitol
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police is not able to confiscate members equipment when the member is not under investigation i think you're violating the rules when you conduct your business that way. interesting that there would be consequences surely that warrants a bit of attention however the story never made it to the headlines of any major outlets in theory and this story should be huge it's up all the right ingredients politics hacks sensitive data leaks and even blackmailing but of course it's nothing one very popular trend a finger pointing at the kremlin. r.t. washington d.c. we spoke to john had from the u.s. middle east alliance about that he says that stories like this are reported on with political bias mainstream media are in cahoots with the d.n.c. you know they have just turned a blind eye it just seems that the means you media is. on doing the bidding of the democratic national committee i've never thought that that journalism in this
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country did reach such a low as to be so you know unfair in their analysis to be so politically motivated in the way the cover because they cover cases there's so many questions so i hope it doesn't go away and i think it's important for the law and mainstream media to keep to the beat this drum so that it gets the coverage it deserves and that concert there are consequences for any illegal activities that may have taken place. this is r.t. for moscow thanks for watching i'll be back with headline news said just a few minutes. it's a very rough terrain just so it's rough climates and you have to fight to be able to them if. it was gunshots on top of them and so many friends they
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great majority of asteroids which come very close to the earth to come as a surprise. flurry used to be a professional hockey player won a stanley cup and the moment the girl who was living the dream but who sits in a dark side. the time i was fourteen to sixteen i was raped one hundred fifty times by a coach of mine i was molested in a dark room and so you know every time i close my eyes i can sleep after many years of silence he speaks up and unites with other victims so you are going from toronto to ottawa blocking it from now or walking to. victor walk is to create awareness and promote healing around the subject child sexual abuse this type of behavior is absolutely because of the sentences that are handed down through the justice system .
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illegal and cynical the russian president has strong words for the latest anti russian sanctions proposed by washington. germany's economy minister warns of possible counter measures if the u.s. goes ahead with those new sanctions which will affect the russian energy sector because e.u. officials fear that european businesses will also be. in other news this hour a long time aide to a number of high profile u.s. house democrats is arrested on charges of committing financial fraud while trying to leave the country but that's only one of the many contrivances surrounding the style.


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