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i'm. capable of producing come a call weapons to syria's you one envoy gives a warning about extremists in the country but russians fear of a false flag attack is brushed aside in washington. another false flag attack is being prepared to try and hinder the empty terror operation in egypt oh you know because as you know before when you try to put the blame they try to put the onus on other groups and we don't buy into that. also this hour a video of a young palestinian girl scaling it is really build a fence to get home in the west bank goes viral we speak to the activists who filmed the incident. france's president stirs outrage among the country's opposition figures after emanuel mccrone calls his own citizens french
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dolls for resisting his economic reforms. and we meet outspoken british rock star roger waters was currently on tour in russia he's got plenty to say about the world's biggest issues and where he gets his news . going bust but you should do it because you should distribute the construction so let me. follow to you. was. just pure propaganda nothing but the flow is what i want churchill. this is our key international bring your live news update this hour with me talking boga wherever you are welcome to the program. a crucial battle is looming in the last rebel stronghold in the syrian province of the u. . special envoy for syria says there are around ten thousand allness or terrorists
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there and that the group is capable of producing chemical weapons meanwhile russia's foreign minister has warned that another terrorist all flying attack is being prepared to sabotage the liberation of libya i should add the that's another false flag attack is being prepared to try and hinder the end terror operation in a loop with the facts on the table through the ministry of foreign affairs and the ministry of defense we gave a clear and tough warning to our western partners will not supply you with. russian foreign minister sergei lavrov says the preparations for a staged chemical attack are aimed at keeping al nasra a force in the region to be used as a counterbalance against the assad government but the u.s. is ignoring these warnings the state department says they just don't buy into it the russians are claiming there and this one other group stockpiling chemical weapons and planning an attack so you know and i think that's more false flag
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reporting and i'm going to be this is enough for when they try to put the blame they try to put the onus on other groups and we don't buy into that but still that comes as a surprise because the u.n. special envoy to syria says that the estimated ten thousand al nusra fighters in the area are indeed capable of utilizing chemical weapons the issue of avoiding the book thing joe use of chemical weapons if indeed crucial and would be totally unacceptable we all know it a way that both the government and have the ability to produce weaponized glory. and with regard to the syrian government's chemical weapon capabilities level of question how they could even exist at all citing the fact that the u.s. u.k. and france had overseen their destruction just last year and the syrian foreign minister also said that the west's aggression comes from dissatisfaction with the
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direction in which political tides are flowing in the country. the u.s. the u.k. and france are not satisfied with developments on the ground therefore they make every possible attempt to impede progress in the political process in particular they are trying to protect all nusra insurgents and they want the crisis in our country to continue all sides of the conflict are aware that this is a critical point in syria it's the last pocket of terrorist resistance and russia is warning that they will try to stage a chemical attack in a final attempt to gain support from the west and perhaps gain a foothold once more in the country damascus and moscow they've already put forward efforts towards peace but the islamic groups have made it abundantly clear they will not surrender and with a zero sum game mindset it's hard to see why the most hard line terrorists in syria one use every tool at their disposal to change the tide of war former pentagon
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official michael maloof says a false flag attack in syria shouldn't be ruled out. united states doesn't believe that the rebels have that capability whereas there's tremendous documentation to show that they do have the capability they've probably been storing it for months if not years in the province and they have used it in the past they have that capability and it is a last ditch hold for them so it cannot be ruled out it's not it's not beyond the realm of possibility that the u.s. is trying to get assad out they're going to continue trying and and even though donald trump wants to. get the u.s. out of syria there are elements within the u.s. government that don't want that to happen meanwhile the syrian foreign minister has revealed that the controversial group the white helmets have reportedly kidnapped
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forty four children damascus has suggested the youngsters might be used as part of a possible false flag attack in moscow also believes the white helmets are assisting with a large supply supply of chemicals being moved to the area the white helmets which proclaim themselves to be a rescue group has been accused of having links to extremists something they deny political activist an outspoken british rock musician roger waters from pink floyd who has long been a vocal critic of the white helmets shared his thoughts with r t he's currently in russia on tour and spoke at length to sophie shevardnadze. if there is a grassroots body called the way home and it's of volunteers. separate for the people who actually started in istanbul it was that it didn't start syria was started by an english it soldier. in istanbul but if that body
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exists. and they and they go and help people. in a saddle the russians or somebody else has dropped bob's of them then i support them whole heartedly with every fiber of my being put all the evidence points to the fact that that is not the reality i don't know if you did you did you see the the documentary that won the oscar. i mean have you ever seen anything so obviously scripted and carefully shot. now for his book and google when you choose but whatever the way that most people get their news and they use those. social media you know
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or in order to educate themselves or find out what's going on nothing but it's being it is being the content is being censored by the corporations that earn it so it so so it it won't be free and it's not free now but it's and they're very are targeting i wouldn't be surprised if i disappear because i'm anti war. when i was making this this record i just made is the life we really want. the guy was producing the work of producing this record with me started telling me about. how archie was. just pure propaganda nothing but a pack of lies while i worked churchy so i've said that you can't see a documentary about fracking on american television because they weren't interested
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in it in time and telling you anything about anything the full interview with roger waters will be shown on sophie and co on september the seventh here on r.t. . video of a young palestinian girl climbing an israeli security fence in the west bank has provoked outrage online what you see here is her simply trying to get back to her had asked after the i.d.f. closed off from work home campaigners say this is happening all too frequently for palestinians we spoke to from the hebron freedom fund who filmed what's going on there. the army closes. you know do that every day and the distinctions are there if the students from the neighborhood use mean. few minutes on leaving or to the school we have a give the school a boy to school you know two three minutes from neighborhood but
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a solution for the city and the separation. of the really cute patients it makes them. you know. walk around and sometimes climb the gates and they climb fences. let's take a closer look at where that incident unfolded it was in the southern part of the west bank and old city that was really authorities put up a one hundred fifty meter long fence there which you can see here in blue palestinians living there have two ways to reach their homes the first is the main entry exit check point of the fence and the second the gate you saw being scaled by the girl in the video we asked the i.d.f. why they felt closing off those routes were necessary and they replied it was for security reasons after an israeli man was stabbed to death in the area last year but last thursday that specific gate was again locked for several hours israel claims it was for repairs after palestinian sabotage that the i.d.f. also stressed residents were still able to pass through the main security
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checkpoint now it's not the first time the gate has been a flashpoint back in may israel israeli forces kept it close for six days as a punishment for stone throwing as they put it. it. was it. was. it. was. was it. was it's against us palestinian families are facing segregation and inequality and their daily lives because of the barrier the fence the. neighborhood around seventy seven families from their schools from the. from the universities from the other
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neighbors we call the gate and they're all. unequal because that road is a little afternoons from the main street is the jewish settlers they walk on the mean street. living they will go on the side of that old you know we have twenty two checkpoints one hundred movement in one kilometer square in the city center of people. the president of france has described some of his own citizens as being stuck in the past and backwards manual mccrone said so-called french girls were preventing positive change while praising the danish economic model on a visit to copenhagen. support. these looser and people who have lived through the transformations of recent years are not exactly goals who are resistant to change well those comments by president michael enough to not gone down well here in france with opposition politicians from across the political spectrum telling him
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exactly what they thought saying that he was showing contempt for the french people and they took to twitter to show their angry reaction as usual he despises the french from abroad the goals will be happy to respond to his arrogance and contempt . the contempt for mccraw for the french is unbearable and reveals his disconnect with the people of france we are in twenty eighteen a d. there are many on yielding goals who are attached to social progress who still fight against regression it is inadmissible to hear the president of the republic caricature and despise the french from abroad while many french everyday citizens also felt the hum from those comments from president marcos unhappy yet again while he's abroad he's chosen a venue outside forces to criticize what he sees as being the french resistance to his rule of holmes but what many people thought as being a judge contempt for the french people let's not how president might console it in
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a press conference on thursday he defended his comments saying that he told the truth and he said that while people in france don't like permanent adjustments we are a country when in serious moments of our history we can be transformed or present my calling had been praising in denmark the danish system which means that it's easier to fire people from a job and it also means people that quit their jobs can have a social security as a bit of a buoyancy eight and those are things that he says that he wants to emulate hey in france with his reforms were forms which over the last year and a half have seen roof resistance over and over with many protests of people coming out to the streets to say they don't want my calls for foreigners to proceed.
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was. yet again president my corner has provoked fierce street. action with his comments tone while he's made them abroad many people just can't simply believe the cool of the president. more news after this short break. join me every thursday on the all excitement chill and i'll be speaking to us from the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. and trump you know it's all about take getting along with greatest ally and friend
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russia there is no place to get to the kids and you know if you open up but there's other things in there so wildly proceed here in the first half i'll just see what but don't want. anyone else to seem wrong. with just don't call. me. yet to seep out just days after. and in detroit because betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart if we choose to look for common ground. welcome back to me and protests in the u.s. presented as a grassroots movement has now been revealed to be allegedly staged by an israeli
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lobby group a leaked extracts from an unreleased al-jazeera documentary is said to show people who were paid to take part in the demonstration we spoke to the investigative journalist who obtained the video here's what happened. if you happen to speak with any reporters just stay on message what is that message that's t.p. it's a secret you're going to know that all of the action is that has to be in charge of this. terrorism and. the protesters are on a fellowship program run by a conservative think tank called the thing situation to just ignore the whole family and be out there these charities he says suicide bombing at a campus you have to stop searching the shit out of here no pollack is at the
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center of a neo conservative prone likud political network in washington that represents the right wing of the pro israel lobby he has collaborated with neo conservative think tank in washington and the hoover institution to basically pay fake protesters to make it look like people are coming out and protesting palis die and activity in washington my worst nightmare is. just a photo of tea on a high together and we're just like really identifiable and like all orders for traitors and the jewish conspiracy her money. two thousand dollars plus benefits her way of putting out a house like house right so i don't this is out of her is exactly the best possible yeah astroturfing is when corporations or political movements basically pay for grassroots support this is what is so revealing about the
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israel lobby in america is that they basically pay for congressional support for their donations they even are willing to pay low level people to go out in the streets that make it look like common americans actually support the israel lobby has goals when they. really delve deeper into. great resistance child. killers case where they kill children they don't care for at any rate i know . i'm distressed to find that all investigation into america's approach is really libya's may represent the most important test yet it's over al-jazeera is independent with their own network still has space to thrive admits the unjust blockade against uk atari how. we contacted al-jazeera to ask why the film was never broadcast we also approached
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the emergency committee for israel and the hoover institution for their reactions if we hear anything we'll let you know. the u.s. has warned india it could be facing sanctions if delhi goes ahead with the purchase of the russian s four hundred missile defense system. we would still have very significant concerns if india pursued major new platforms and systems from russia there is an impression that we are going to completely protect the india relationship insulate india from any fallout from this legislation no matter what they do that is the sanctions act was signed by donald trump in two thousand and seventeen to impose penalties on russia iran and north korea it also allows for moves against any country engaging with russia's defense or intelligence sectors but the new u.s. defense bill lets the president waves think sions against some of washington's partners like india indonesia and vietnam if lifting them would benefit u.s.
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interests india is now in the final stages of signing off on a six billion dollars deal with russia for the s four hundred the technology can engage up to eighty targets at a time with a range of four hundred kilometers and it's been described in western media as one of the best air defense systems on the market however it's that six billion we mentioned that seemingly become a target for washington sanctions act well india continues to stress it isn't violating international law by going ahead. is not a un act it's a us act we have spoken about the s four hundred for years not just today. the warning from the white house comes just a week before american indian top officials are due to meet in new delhi india is not the first country to come under scrutiny for its dealings with russia since two thousand and seventeen turkey has been under pressure from america for wanting to buy the s four hundred however uncorrupt promised it would retaliate against any
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penalties coming from washington we spoke to international affairs professor charlie who believes that india could be pushed into strengthening ties with russia and china. this is a negotiating tactic of trump administration we have seen this many times they try to apply maximum pressure and then they concede and backtrack because they do realize that they have other geopolitical goals in the asia pacific for which india should be out there in the central player passing through a very tarney. donald trump has taken the white house because he doesn't seem to have their grand strategy for asia pacific is also forcing us to rethink our approach to or china and to russia simply because we need to have our own counterpressure point in order for the trump administration to understand the importance and the value of india that we are not a banana republic that can be pushed around blackmail and threats of sanctions russia is a defense partner and we are going to stay with them as four hundred triumph is the best surface to air missile that sort so or geo strategic needs for our self
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defense there is no substitute for f. four hundred anywhere in the world the threat is more to do with fears that the s four hundred gets mixed up with the f. thirty five american fighter jet which we are looking to acquire then the secrets the military secrets will spill over. the issue of illegal migration is shaping chancellor merkel merkel's tour of africa germany has sheltered a vast amount of migrants and is now struggling to resolve the problem of failed asylum seekers as many lack basic id papers that are all over reports. migration policy in germany is firmly in focus right now but what to do when it's been decided that the person doesn't have the right to be here and should be deported well at the bizarre end of the spectrum is the case of one man in frankfurt who the city's office of public order confirmed to r.t.
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its how whopping five hundred and forty two criminal investigations against him the man who doesn't have a passport can't be deported because the authorities can't prove which nation he originally comes from oh and by the way this has been going on since ninety ninety eight over the last twenty years most of his offenses have involved drug charges driving offenses driving without a license and violations of the residency act but who year is remains a mystery we have a loose biography that suggests that he was born in one nine hundred fifty nine in north africa in the past he said that he was from morocco and also from his from algeria it could be that he is from one of those two countries or it could be from somewhere entirely different opposition figures say that this case shows the flaws in the current system in germany but i'm not surprised this is the most extraordinary case the most ridiculous case so to speak it's
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a failure of system it's a failure of the government i think if the government really wanted to extradite people they could do it but they don't dare to do it because they're afraid of the left wing media. would protest and their. so-called human rights organisations they protest against of even try to prevent physically the extradition of people the most recent statistics for this year show that more than half of deportation orders were carried out the most common reason for this is that when authorities turn up at the door address where somebody was supposed to live. they're not there and they can't be found however this year we've seen a sharp rise in the number of people who've avoided deportation after they physically resisted reaper three ation of people that don't have the right to be here in germany is on the list for angela merkel as the chancellor makes her current tour around that for we have
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a situation now we're not all problems have been solved especially debris patients are still a big problem but what the chancellor has left behind violent scenes in the city of ken that's this is after a thirty five year old german man was stabbed to death last weekend police a syrian and in a rocky man in custody in connection with the killing and that has sparked angry reaction and pitched left against right over who has the right to stay in germany. i. peter all over the in that hour wrap up of the day's top news for now and thanks for tuning in.
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welcome to the alex salmond szell but from barcelona and now on the railways london commuters from the plus but us of the size these things would be uniting in solidarity with one of the most militant trade unions in the country they have had
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enough of high fares nightmare of germany's untrained so overcrowded that even the little one for majesty's opposition can't get a seat from loved on money they're united in one cry of back to the future at a time to public ownership of the railways take a look at these dramatic figures from a recent opinion poll public ownership is backed by more than three to one among the general public but even among what used to be the boat hotted brigade of the b.b.c.'s support for nationalisation is a very clear majority because of this unlikely alliance of london commuters and trade unions hold together and this week show we examine the case for public ownership of talk to the main railway union that are empty but their proposals and then the absence of a fool government response we talked to his story and to lend a sense of perspective but first over to being in the studio for your tweet should have males and your messages. now we've had some reaction to the last in our series
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of catalunya which aired last week gavin says the show interviews are absolutely brilliant so informative and lets the people speak and get the points for that busting and what a novelty in my opinion get special week by week thank you so much gavin shelley treats inhalation to the show we did with their cattle and economists and says the show gave new meaning to applied economics alex's interviews of the economist education about catalonia and by analogy scotland they demonstrated how small countries can succeed cino emails and to see a good video presentation thank you very much you know for emailing from abroad to contact us now of course but everybody shared positive views in relation to the future of catalonia and indeed scotland in the european union pollie says catalonia is testament to the vicious thuggery of the e.u. at absolute proof scotland will never be given membership spain as an easy member if it had broken the fundamental principles of the e.u. presumably the e.u.
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would have said so and finally joel says enjoy your gas from catalonia be interesting to hear their opinions my feelings are running high in the ongoing real debate here's a selection of reaction outside euston station but a representative sample of course but it's still much suppose i mean certainly if one hundred sixty you. can get very good value but it doesn't really seem like the way to run a truck. it's infrastructure. it really should be that it be to collectively she should. have to be the prices if you know the. chairperson who gave that quicksilver to their party the vice president of iraq and she was worried for longer distance that should change the truth about quite bad with the good the economy the culture that's what we need to add that the north of course you haven't got that many political for the moment but it's going to reject killers very expensive if you travel around the country. on a.


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