there's no possible way because they did not shoot around a corner. top headlines here were nazi international summit take to the white house announces donald trump is inviting the russian president to the u.s. in the autumn that would of course is in the american media. three years of hardship on the rebels for thousands of residents to syria and so off they were moved to a government controlled territory in a prisoner exchange. leaked video showing the dutch foreign minister saying that there's no such thing as a peaceful multicultural society it triggers a wave of criticism and he claims he only made those comments in order to spark a debate but augusts followed his cuban. team multicultural societies what promises to the perfect twenty first century societies. function at
least in western europe multicultural has made euro because rich this country. arrive mid-morning on friday here in moscow the international economy is top story . just as the dust had started to settle on the putin summit in helsinki and the white house dropped a bombshell inviting the russian president to washington later this year the move the whole move i should say just created outrage in the western media man that even president trump now says interfered in u.s. democracy invited to the white house and now the president has apparently doubled down that announcement left some administration insiders surprised you have the right and that's a kind way to put it right top spy. in the united states he doesn't know how is
that possible that the president of the united states is inviting putin for a second summit in a couple of months in the fall over at the white house because the president works far as dante chop. them up and reports on the latest from the white house. in helsinki president of the united states agreed to go in working level dialogue between the two security council staffs president trump asked john bolton to invite president putin to washington in the fall and those discussions already on the way we have the announcement from sarah huckabee sanders the white house press secretary this comes in the aftermath of quite a bit of media hysteria in response to donald trump's a meeting in helsinki with the russian president if you look at time magazine or the new yorker there's been quite a bit of hysteria in u.s. media now in recent comments the russian president has actually warned the world
about the hysteria in the us media and about you know forces that would push false narratives about the meeting in helsinki to advance their own political gain. there are forces in the us ready to easily sacrifice russia u.s. relations for their political ambitions a satirical novelist once wrote about these sorts of people as pitiful and pathetic but these people who are the pitiful nor pathetic on the contrary they're pretty powerful if they can fool such stories to millions of the citizens and they count in the aftermath of the helsinki meeting which took place on monday we've seen quite a bit of shifts and changes in how the us president has described that meeting his explanation and assessment of the events seems to go back and forth they have president putin he just said it's not russian i will say this i don't see any reason why it would be and should have been i don't see any reason why it wouldn't
be russia. sort of a double negative he would agree with us intelligence that. russia meddled in the election twenty sixteen i would say that that is true but you haven't condemned putin specifically do you hold him personally responsible well i would because he's in charge of the country getting along with president putin getting along with russia is a positive not a negative if that doesn't work out i'll be the worst enemy he's ever had the worst he's ever had so this new announcement that trump is indeed planning to invite the president of russia to the united states to the white house for another meeting it fits in with a recent tweet from trump he said he was looking forward to a second meeting with the russian president but many people are wondering what will happen next as trump seems to have gone back and forth and as trump faces widespread media hysteria and criticism for the fact that he met with the russian head of state the news that took both the media and the intelligence community by
surprise the u.s. director of national intelligence done cotes was giving an interview when the news about putin being invited to the us came in. may we have some breaking news the white house has announced on twitter that is coming to the white house in the fall . similar to give i. that's going to be special. all right so old residents in the two rebel held town so food. you can see here on this map it's in the syrian province it lives they've been now successfully evacuated from the area under a deal between the syrian government and militants old residents were moved to areas controlled by damascus in exchange for imprisoned rebel fighters buses transported almost seven thousand people out of the city it's
a deal that i did years of suffering during the blockade that's what i've got to explain. for three long terrible years the people of and for live besieged two pro-government villages in the middle of. kingdom in syria and the islamists the warlords and the terrorists were ads for blood. on. the something they had been previous evacuation attempts last years five thousand civilians were being bussed out in a deal with rebels a suicide bomber blew up nearby over one hundred died.
well. you know about that. sadness. i met some of the evacuees last year they were clearly traumatized scarred here men and women and yes even children fought for three years they held out. of thank goodness i was grateful for my family we've been. seach with. forcible describe it it's impossible to express it. but on. this latest deal was made by the syrian government and yet the. previously. in syria islam ists let seven thousand civilians
leave the two towns and the syrian government releases hundreds of militants from prisons the rebels have lost the two villages they use this bugging chips for years they have also lost swathes of territory and homes and southern syria. in the span of mia months. after the evacuation the rebels drove tanks into foo and trashing national
flags and defacing acids portraits and damascus now has a serious problem. filled to the brim with islamists and rebels from all over the country and with nowhere left to run the stage is set for the last bloody showdown of the syrian war. the future of a makeshift a migrant camp in a park in the french city of normed is in question some four to five hundred people have pitched up there with some entry conditions now doctors are warning of an epidemic the local prefecture ordered the pog to be evacuated but the city's mayor refused to comply saying she would offer the migrants basic aid instead of the matter has since gone to court which has sided with the prefecture but it's still unclear where the migrants will be resettled at the camp began forming
a couple of months ago when the first tents were erected so we dispatched charlotte to penske to that park. in a public garden in the heart of the city hundreds of refugees stand in line for their next meal one of them we will be calling him it has been in the city for two months he's agreed to speak to us as long as we hide his identity. we are lost hopeless there are problems with finding somewhere to live food we don't sleep well it's very terse and it's painful very painful because there is a risk of rapid a mix here not at all happy because we're in danger here and sanitation is a big issue it's estimated that around five hundred people live in this camp yet there is only one toilet and just a single water tap they've been here for weeks after being expelled from an abandoned building nearby and a problem that was once being masked is now in full view and locals are getting
increasingly worried and you get well it's very negative for not just like it's negative for any other city where the sample regardless of whether it's paris or any other city it's a very bad sign for the locals and tourists. i think we need to evacuate them from and move them outside of the scene of the standard from now on we try to have a clean city but today the hygiene conditions are not being respected and. they don't have access to sanitation there's only one water tap this park is not adapted migrants despite calls to clear the camp the local mayor had refused saying the reception of migrants should be dignified and organized but so far it's anything but the campus being deemed an eyesore and a major sanitation issues by many locals and it's also a big worry for humanitarian groups. there is
a problem with town hall that doesn't want to take responsibility for the emergency and it's a humanitarian emergency here. economic migrants they all political migrants ninety five percent home from war zones. now the authorities have taken the decision to expel migrants from this camp and they say they pack up their few belongings they're not sure where they're going to head to next but it will be somewhere and they're likely to stay together as a group so the problem rather than being solved is just being moved despite promises by the local authority to solve this situation with emergency accommodation so far it just looks like they're losing control charlotte even ski r.t. not. walk away used by people abandoning the u.s. democratic party has been picked up by the media who suggests the trend is actually
the work of russian bots trying to sow discord and we spoke to the creator of the walk away movement to find out more. being ready you think that the walk away campaign is comprised of russian bots i would suggest that they check out our facebook page which is where the campaign really takes place that's hash tag walk away campaign go there on facebook and what you'll find is video testimonials of actual human beings who are looking into the cameras and telling their stories and in a so friendly deal i was instantly hope to his message the democrats don't care about us not one bit they walked away from us a long time ago and it's time for us to do the same and chose to walk oh they're telling their stories about why they're walking away to the left and there's people in the raid were also telling their stories about reclaiming their voice and the nairs of what it means to be a conservative which has been hijacked by the left they're telling you know what it means to be conservative and what their values are and welcoming people who are
blocking we last so i mean this is a pretty easily disputable think these are real people making real video testimonials and you can see them with your own eye. the movement whose motto is quote not just a hash tag is again a strong online following more than a sixty thousand subscribers on facebook a new cases a four by democrats about in the party's ideals are emerging every single day and the media pinning walkaway to russian automated accounts says the movement was mentioned by the hamilton project which specializes in tracking twitter accounts linked to alleged russian interference but the hamilton project itself says the media have got it wrong. most of the third party reporting on the dashboard continues to appear with some variation of the headline russian books are pushing x. this is inherently inaccurate they're not all in russia we don't even think they're all commanded in russia at all we think some of them are legitimately passionate
people that are just really into promoting russia has brought in struck again founder of the walkaway movement on why democrats are trying to denigrate the movement i think it's an incredibly desperate attempt by the left wing politicians and the democrats to explain away the fact that people are leaving their party and they're no longer happy with what's going on on the left. you know it's like they tried every every trick in the book to sort of dehumanizing people first it was you know calling people to get scully's people racist and calling people nazis you know anything that they can do it is you were nice people and that didn't work so now they've actually doubled down and related really started calling human beings robots all of this in a desperate attempt to cover up the fact that their party has no plan their party has no appeal to people anymore because they really just become a party of reach actually anger hostility and now pouring on to iowans don't want
any more people leading the left is they're not robots these are actual people who are democratic party abroad and still to come here and the program the dutch foreign minister says there's just no such thing as a peaceful multicultural society and you can imagine how those comments are being received but deliver the story in just a moment. tomorrow there may not be any kind of maybe bacterial life. but if you think it's probably do sometimes july first and certainly from now we can we can send you off a road want to interact with some other species out there.
just like the comparison to the u.k. embrace it versus the u.s. policies worsens blowhole trade so dollar trump goes to the global trading environment with the ability to leverage america's got a leverage in that economy and it can reshape the global economy the eve k. went against the e.u. with no leverage they have a zero leverage against the e.u. therefore they've lost tragically against the e.u. and their economies being marginalized and isolated as a result of it they completely misstated our misunderstood there at the equation between the u.k. and the e.u. when it comes to business and trade. friday news here on oxy the dutch foreign minister assef blog is facing a storm of criticism after saying there's no such thing as a peaceful multicultural society. it's.
sunday. the minister also dismissed the former dutch colonies as a failed state due to ethnic divisions or refugee groups and various politicians alike have expressed dismay over mr plucks remarks gloating orderly or frightens people that look like me but a whole national history and identity this isn't worth your government official minister block is undermining efforts by this government to make joint agreements in europe on the proper reception of refugees bloc has apologized for his remarks saying they were meant to simply spark a debate and not to offend we decided to put the issue up for debate with our independent journalist look we have a new and coordinator mohammed. he says things which are and formal unfortunately real is that diem multicultural societies that were promised to the perfect twenty
first century site is don't function in the west at least in western europe i think this last remark you just based on. ignorance of how can societies can bring together a big example. we can witness is the work of the french team for example look at french team french team contains a multicultural society france beat another team from a small country from the balkans and all the players in this small team of the country of origin so there is no rule to be taken out of that to meet the multiculturalist that doesn't function is what you have communities living next to each other and not makes it very easy for example for asians to. melton and become members of society but we have some some part of the population that refuse it to want to impose their culture in the public space like islam for
example democracy can only be based on respect respect of the our each other's culture respect it comes also from form not to fear from other people culture from the other society we import misery we have a social security system which is based on the contribution of everyone and the problem is that the millions that come to europe never participated they never contributed they come with families look at examples off the continent of africa if we have left africa alone would not have seen african migrated to to to europe if we have not it would not have sucked the richness of africa there diamond the gold live the oil and those people who stayed in their own country that would be years and years no no if you have. been in your result one the last the world to try to invade other countries and critical of police countries and then they complain why . i am going to come back to europe because you could conquer this country and the poles laws that you believe come back to with us if you when it's right in england
does it spring is here migrating they ask you for the black in the sixties to come and work in england same for the indian this is not people are how the choice is by force is not a choice minorities are welcome when they are minorities one it is a real inflation in millions say no it doesn't stop living there for thirty years in europe for thirty five years i believe because the multicultural has made europe as rich this country is not by wiping someone else and it's not about. you know imposing someone else culture and of i didn't see that i would like to see or read integration more. british military personnel could be prosecuted for alleged war crimes committed while assisting operations conducted by the us a two year probe into drone use carried out by a cross party parliamentary group found that the u.k. may have been complicit in targeted killings in afghanistan iraq and syria as well as yemen somalia and pakistan countries where the u.k.
isn't even officially at war inquiries report raises concerns about the legitimate use of combat drones are broad claiming that it could lead to a number of an acknowledged civilian casualties the report says that the u.k. is complicit in illegal strikes conducted by other states which were receiving british military and intelligence support the u.k. government's policy regarding drone use is branded in the report quote opaque and big us and effectively unaccountable we spoke to a lot and met a member of the parliamentary group behind the report he says that information about drone use of broad must be more transparent. we need to be more transparent and it has to be. very open and the information needs to be available this should be a parliamentary oversight and the government also needs to make sure that there is proper legislation to ensure transparency and also accountability
as well as illegality under international law and this also means that we make sure that there are no civilian casualties nor extrajudicial killings and wherever possible those culprits that they want want to catch they should be caught and brought to justice rather than the easy use of drawings and killing them without us knowing exactly what the allegations are according to the report some drone strikes were conducted without parliament's approval but the defense ministry admitting to only one civilian. we do everything we can to minimize the risk to civilian life from u.k. strikes it is therefore deeply regrettable that strike resulted in an unintentional civilian fatality the u.k. drone strikes within syria have killed one civilian that's according to the official statistics obviously anyone the knows about drone strikes knows that that
figure is absolutely ludicrous no one that i know finds that credible at all the u.k. government claims that only one civilian has been killed in a drone strike is insane no one believes that because it's low risk it means they don't have to there's no impetus on reporting it so there's no coverage in the mainstream media and they certainly very little coverage from that from the likes of the b.b.c. here in the u.k. there are various so civilian groups in the u.k. that are trying to monitor drone strikes but it obviously is very very difficult but the problem is growing definitely and it's it is a worry thanks for joining us here at r.t. international and sharing your time with us here in moscow nearly twenty five minutes past the hour certainly many stories for you very soon on this journey.
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different version of what. one of them is on the death row there's no way you could have done it there's no possible way. around the corner. welcome to sophie and co me sophie shevardnadze while the idea of humanoid robots walking the streets is still just a dream in reality robotics is already taking over our daily lives we'll be able to create thinking robots in the future and also mentally is that something we really want. to engineer while watching school work creator all the intelligent but my guest today is going to answer all those questions for you. the future belongs to
machines robots able to do any conceivable task given thinking and understanding language freeing up humans to pursue higher goals and. mores humanity on the verge of creating artificial intelligence and does it in danger of being made obsolete by its own creation. money it's so great to have you on our show today thanks for coming. let's start with artificial intelligence system hawking's that full artificial intelligence would spell out the and of humanity i've invested ten million dollars into artificial intelligence safety. what do you think which were. what artificial intelligence threatened the human race was this three main trains of thought on our trip which intelligence and what we should do about
it when we reached the consciousness of humans the first one is we never get there so why bother just carry on as are going this is that we will get there. it's the end of humanity so why bother doing anything about it and there's a third one is we don't really know what will happen when we get there so let's make some plans and put some safety measures in place so that when we do get there at least for ready what's your take which one of these three lines of thought do you agree with i would be somewhere in the middle of the two last ones so i think it's possible theoretically possible that we could get there somewhere and we should have some sort of measures in place when when it does eventually happen but i think it's going to be a long long long long time but i mean we keep saying a long long long long time and there are so many technological breakthroughs and progress has become so fast in the last i don't know thirty or forty years
specially last fifteen years does it worry you or are you excited about it i'm excited about all the small progress is that we make but i also i know that there's a lot of. intelligence that we believe is much more intelligent than actually is a simulation of intelligence so the. robots and artificial intelligence are very good at doing one thing at a time our brains are very good to lots and lots of things so you think that by twenty fifty eight there are going to be of all was strolling around on our streets in a city how do you picture that happening are they just going to be rabbits walking along with us going about their business i think by twenty fifty which is the challenge that where we would have robots that could do many things right now they only do one thing at a time really well by twenty fifty they should be able to do lots of things at same time and about.