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i. think. the landmark nuclear deal with iran is that risk is president trump world leaders climbing to iran is breaching the spirit of the green. this is a dangerous signal present of the united states as many posts not this one. also to come more children have been reunited with their relatives in our team campaign to help orphans in iraq they are believed to have been brought to the country when their parents joined islamic state although now there is an argument they should be treated. foremost these are children. are not responsible for the actions of their many fathers some of these children are being used as suicide. twelve years old
does that still constitute. and there are big elections this weekend in austria as an anti immigration party gain strength their concerns are growing over the rise of the right in your. clothes i welcome come to you live from moscow you're watching international. the historic nuclear agreement with iran is in jeopardy after president trump announced he won't certify terrans compliance with the deal his decision comes despite the global nuclear watchdog as well as u.s. and european officials saying that iran is keeping its side of the bargain. we will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence more terror and the very real threat of iran's nuclear breakout importantly
a rare is not living up to the spirit of the deal or the move means the u.s. congress now has sixty days to decide where the to reimpose sanctions against iran as well as come up with new legislation to try and amend the nuclear deal but if those negotiations fail trump says the deal will be terminated which risks undermining the fragile balance the nuclear deal has secured his why he might be considering ripping up the cream and. four reasons why trump needs to pick a fight with iran. after all his policy flip flops he needs to stand firm on something iran will do just to save face threat posed by iran whose chief exports are violence bloodshed and chaos all nations of us must work together to isolate. washington's also getting worried
by iran's growing influence in the region iran has been allowed to run wild throughout the middle east for the last eight years. but let's not forget money iran is the evil enemy cups is so a lot more weapons than the compliant part not responsive to the united states in our military. communities very happy i want to thank you. i am the cherry on top pressuring iran means pleasing your close friend israel common to injure. those who first from iran for decades iran has fueled the fire threatening the region and causing so much to buy a land with its soldiers. and i want you to know how much we appreciate. the. an american policy on iran which you enunciated so clearly it's very hard to say what his what
his goal is his is he trying to go to iran into taking some actually really the pressure on trial is coming from is his biggest sponsor is financial sponsors and fundraisers and they are absolutely all virtually ready for a war with iran while the iranian president responded to trump's claims by saying it's not up to any single leader to make decisions about a global agreement. this is an international multilateral deal that has been ready to fight by the un security council it is a un document is it possible for a president to unilaterally decide to fight this important international deal apparently he's not in the know it is not a document between iran and the us so he can't treat it the way he likes while it did take nine years of tough negotiations before the deal was finally reached back in twenty fifteen although the standoff over iran's nuclear activities stretched
back more than a decade and was widely regarded as one of the world's most urgent crises and it wasn't only the us that painstakingly negotiated the terms to you it was also the combined efforts of russia china britain france and also germany the us secretary of state has been trying to run a european allies over trump's decision but so far they've mostly reacted angrily. i fully expected a large group of europe and the region are going to be version four to present the united states as many posts not this one it is not a bilateral agreement it does not belong to any single country and it is not up to any single country to terminate it we cannot afford as international community as europe for sure to dismantle a nuclear agreement that is working and delivering especially now this is a difficult and in our view dangerous signal to the agreement with iran has shown
for the first time that it's possible to prevent war through negotiations with the destruction of this agreement would mean that others around the world would no longer rely on such treaties it's therefore a danger that goes far beyond iran that we in europe germany france the u.k. and the e.u. we stand by this agreement with iran and we want to preserve the agreement i think it will will further estrange our relations with our european allies it will draw them closer together and i think actually closer to the russians and the chinese this things stand out the iranians have the support of the russians the chinese and all of our european allies it's washington this isolated. now for months r.t. has been trying to help orphans in iraq be reunited with relatives the youngsters are believed to have been brought there by their parents who joined islamic state but many lost their immediate family in the military operations to rid the country of terrorists.
so then we are pleased to say that five more children have returned home to russia after they were recognized by their extended family it is a new hobby and that is a huge difference of opinion at the moment when it comes to the you often should be trying to. force them foremost these are children not responsible for the actions of their many fathers or their mothers and they should be treated as individuals in their own right to have protections on at the convention of the rights for children if we look at pos experiences like the children of to use
a horrible example the nazis those children were effectively reeducated they were reenter guided into the society by you know showing them the benefits of society i'm showing them the wrongs of what was. carried out in their parents' names those around about five thousand just given to children in the in the caliphates when the fault is a kilo. the mothers then go off to the camps and they take the children with them we don't really know the numbers are in the camps but what's happening in the camps is that the the children and the parents are actually the mothers are being rejected by other people in the camps you have to think about what constitutes the age of a top child some of these children are being used as suicide bomb in the. allied forces and if they're twelve years old does that still constitutes a child and that your guest was quite right about what happened to the nazis but
the nazis were completely obliterated they ended after the second world war we have got fifty thousand. troops syria and other areas that have come through the borders asked our open borders. in with the so-called refugees and economic migrants what are we going to do about them because they're not going anywhere so i actually have to take issue with what with with what janice just said there is a very strong consensus in the international law. according to the united nations convention on the rights of the child a child is defined as anyone under the age of eighteen years. of age and that means the definition is very very clear i know what your definition is but the reality of laws in individual company countries doesn't actually reflect what the international lorries and i think international law and needs to be aping are not what we remember muddling through is. concerned. no there's no there's no
question about that i mean you're you're you're making a valid model in their eyes you're mixing up two issues with respect because on the one hand the definition of child is very clear the age of criminal responsibility which jennifer is raising just now is an important issue and but that doesn't mean that if you commit a crime you're no longer a child i mean the non sequitur what the issue is is that. that. a person who is under the age of eighteen and who commits say a war crime or crime against humanity can and should be prosecuted for it down to a certain age and most domestic jurisdictions recognize that as referred to there and i mentioned earlier the convention of the rights of the child. most states apart from america have signed up to it including iraq. those rights apply to the children just as much there as they do in ireland or the u.k. and to treat children differently just because there may be different cultural
norms would be horrendous state of affairs i want to hear from the russian children's rights commissioner she was saying that it's still possible to fight the radical ideas that may have been instilled into children by the jihadist let's just hear what was said. that was arrested got the right influence good intentions and outlook of relatives and they take care of such young children can reduce or even count so all the radical ideas indoctrinated in inside them in iraq is well known that the vast resources of the child's psyche and now for a high chance of rehabilitation. i mean would you go along with the maybe a lot of patriots in some of these children may have seen family members killed they may have been told to hate the west or hate certain religions or mentalities do you think they can still be saved. i'm a mother of two and as i said being the greek and i've been to cal a my heart goes out to the but the very very careful how we rehabilitate the child that is in our
country is that we've still got seventy thousand children. we don't have the facilities we don't have the cycle we don't have the foster care is exactly and that is that there is a real risk that children who have been heavily indoctrinated and have become newer to to violence and maybe have perpetrated some atrocities themselves have to be monitored and rehabilitated very carefully and it's not an easy task so i respect what very much what what she's raised there as a point and that point not so much to say well we just have to marginalize or ostracize or reject these people these are children after all maybe fall of the international standards every time i say policy in one of these discussions i'm up against the human rights industry they took in the human rights industry. they don't want to talk about surveyed it's why should we not base these children on
survey that they talk about best practices and your guest quotes many countries around the world where there's water hole and situations but they just talking why don't you actually explain to the people watching what you think your best practice is all what results you've had what you were to actually do because we're not hearing not from the industry well the challenges can be addressed by proper therapy you know but the surrounding of you know a warm environment for a child it's incredibly important for a child to have support. the most important thing for a child and i watched with all friends of mine who worked with those children in the particularly the refugee youth service and in the comp and how incredibly important just sitting down beside a child and not going to try to talk and really you know allowing them to open up and deal with the issues that they've seen you know support for children is the only way forward or the wise what's the alternative that we put
a tiger on their ankle that we criminalize these children that is not going to change anything it's going to make them more simple it will make them turn towards what will feed their anger which is violence ok let's go to racing out to try to avoid that you know i had anything here that convinces me. you're watching international. getting underway in russia. just off the. plane.
through moscow as we speak and callum up and is therefore she joins us now kelly good afternoon just tell us what's happening what's planned i with the next few days. well here in moscow there's been a huge parade thirty five thousand students both russian students and students from around the world gathered it was a very carnival atmosphere with with parades and floats decorated to to look like different countries and represent different countries all of it representing how sixty years ago the world festival of youth and students was convened here in moscow in one nine hundred fifty seven now the world festival of youth and students this year will be in sochi russia but this parade was just kind of to kick off the events that are taking place now we were actually able to speak with some of the young people from around the world who participated in the festivities in the
carnival atmosphere in the parade that took place here today this is what they had to say to us. and there's you know if you look and people they're so excited and happy and i'm happy to receive i'm older and we don't people in here oh i'm from a different point joe from the engineer is just for me to appeal. to those death from so saudi arabia during student china right now he meets a child oh dear oh students from different countries that i'm to bring some wall to me to try to beat one has time to try to de talk to go beyond the politics and the joes see him talk to understand each other as human beings for me two steps like that maybe world peace we call that we could have done some big it's wonderful being here. now this this big parade that just took place here this is just the beginning this was just kind of a kick off the vents as we saw the huge crowd of students go by but what's coming
up is the world festival of using suit students in sochi sochi is where the action will really be happening as we'll see thousands and thousands and thousands of young people tens of thousands upward of fifty thousand young people from around the world gathering in sochi for this festival now a lot is going on in the city of sochi to prepare for this huge gathering of young people that are that are coming from around the world that kicks off on sunday so let's take a look at what's going on in sochi as they get ready for this huge international gathering promoting the ideals of peace and international cooperation between the youth of the world.
by austria's right wing is that once again in contention for a place in government ahead of sunday's vote posed to suggest a strong showing for the anti gratian freedom posse it is currently in second place as you can see from these polls of the latest ones and i assume from the top there is the centrist people's party. in its leader and current foreign minister sebastian kurtz says that if he does become chancellor he will end power sharing with the social democrats and then seek a coalition with any other party including perhaps the right wing with which he
shares a strong anti immigration stance with the latest results in austria only adding to concern over the rise of populism at the heart of europe in france you might remember the storage immigration hardliners and nationalist marine le pen was a leading contender at one point in this year's presidential election last month last month and we had two in germany seeing a right wing party enter parliament the first time there in nearly sixty years and now austria might be about to follow suit. that gets on the board at the. critics but i've jumped aboard it's really up.
to a break there is a history of frustration with the established political parties during the global recession and twenty nine europe in austria were in the heart until up of this war this stream of migrants in twenty fifteen all that enormously increased popular discontent. with more details from austria his poor sleep. there's a lot of intrigue over whether or not the right wing freedom party will do as well as it's just as elsewhere in europe in france and in germany form a fringe parties making it big on the political scene the us skeptic anti immigrant freedom party seriously complicates things for the leading center right people's party the v.p. over. its agenda to attract voters i'm here at a pro freedom party rally the last one before sunday's parliamentary election in which the party is expected to come second many here accuse one of its main rivals
of stealing some of its proposals and if nobody is coming into the country without registration without a passport no one should be allowed to enter austria. will do everything possible to stop illegal immigration i am asking that social benefits for non austrians be significantly reduced. everything we can to end the abuse of our social welfare system by immigrants the peoples body has always been the bro european party quite conservative and. now there is a copy of the nationalist program after freedom party they're now trying to be like the blue party they're trying to be against foreign. multicultural things that's copy paste partly because of freedom but it was successful and so far it's working well for the people's party with its new young leader sebastian kurtz at the helm presenting himself as a bold reformist and not shying away from bowing the policies of the controversial
freedom party it's slated to win sunday's parliamentary election some expose suggests curt's might even approach the freedom party to form a coalition government not least of all because of its fallout with its previous partner the social democrats i don't think that a big coalition the collision between conservatives and social democrats will come again because no one wants i think there will be a change people want change people will vote change the european political landscape is shifting with parties that were on the fringes wielding ever more influence policy r t v and. in other news this saturday students sit in a stern violent side the greek education ministry in athens. please. thank you thank you.
thank god protests is that clashing with police over a new covering a scheme that provides free textbooks for people to move meaning say should be revoked the violence followed to sitting around the key to a six a would be such occasions to change it creates. thousands of firefighters in california trying to get a grip on seventeen wildfires spreading across the u.s. states at least thirty five people have now been confirmed dead his crew say they are beginning to make some progress when the fathers have driven that ninety thousand people from their homes according to local authorities and this body cam video does show the ferocity of what emergency services are having to do with the money today is reportedly the worst outbreak of wildfires in california has strict
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every soldier marine airman and sailor that was on the ground that are complaining about illnesses from their exposure from the burn pits would really literally send a v.a. broke and they don't want to pay it so the way to the decades a lot of those soldiers will die in time and they will have to pay and. call for help and get the middle finger the movie is to model is. delayed and i hope he does .
they were going underground is today the leader of western europe's largest socialist party jeremy corbett heralds the foundations of modern consumer lore in the u.k. at the co-operative party conference in london coming up in the show venezuela's foreign minister tells us about this week's talks with the resumes government and attempts by washington and its corporate media to destroy the nation with the greatest was a of oil in the world and the queen of country music dolly parton in the studio in nashville talks to us about her new album i believe in you could help millions of british children learn to read after the closure of hundreds of libraries amidst the whetstone economic crisis plus hours after her government met with venezuelan officials in the leader of the opposition asked me what planet i was on and what we all know what planet he and his shadow chancellor on his planet venezuela tourism a trice a city in the u.k. labor party with the country deemed once by u.s. president jimmy carter to have the best electoral system in the world at this
week's prime minister's questions golden some more coming up in today's going underground but first five years ago today nicolas maduro was named vice president of venezuela by one of the most electorally successful politicians in the world who go chavez but during the would succeed chavez as president of the nation with the world's largest known oil reserves elected in a landslide in twenty thirteen but could threats from nato nations change all that regional elections in venezuela tomorrow the u.s. response to stay improvements in everything from literacy to health since the dark days of us back to take has has been clear under obama and trump many options for that as well and by the way i'm not going to rule out a military option and here in britain venezuela is used by dres amaze ministers to attack the supporter of progressive movements around the world jeremy corbyn he said she still had mas bolivarian revolution research.