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certain palestinians are capable of governing themselves it comes as his plan peace summit if not by palestinian leaders who accuse him of trying to buy them off. and a swedish court rejects a request to detain wiki leaks co-founder joined us in connection to a rape case investigation. you're watching our 2 international bring you your live news update from our studio here in moscow welcome to the program. britain is rolling out the red carpet for donald trump the u.s. president kicked off a 3 day state visit with a welcome by the queen at buckingham palace later he's expected to meet the outgoing prime minister theresa may but his visit was already stirring up controversy even before landing in london playbook of reports. well the trip started in troops home by active trump style while he was still on air force one
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the point of even a touchdown on the u.k. soil trump had fired off some pretty controversial tweets about none other than the man of london kong reigniting the feud between them take a listen to what the 2 had to say about each other don't trump is just one of the most egregious examples of a growing global threat using the same divisive troops of the fascists of the 20th century to garner support. subject com has been foolishly not visiting president of the united states point far the most important ally of the united kingdom he's a stone cold loser should focus on crime in london not me in the long running spat between the 2 trumps criticised what he says is his failure to tackle levels of knife crime in the capital here and khan has criticised trump's policies among which is of course this very controversial muslim travel ban comes people have
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already said that this is much more serious than childish insults which should be beneath the president of the united states today is all about the pomp and the ceremony for the. geisha and now there is a lot of ceremony inside the palace gardens right now there was an 82 gun salute we heard a lot of banging from inside that was the way he was greeted by the world family donald trump met the queen prince charles he's there with maloney a lot of his grown children are with him as well donald trump is only the 3rd u.s. president to be given this whole hold for u.k. state to visit obama and bush of course it before him so he's joined a pretty exclusive club but yet behind the scenes we're seeing something very different we're seeing these tweets being fired off he's giving quite outspoken interviews god knows what's going to happen when journalists get a microphone close to him he's already weighed in on a potential successor to theresa may there is of course
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a leadership race on him now at the moment trump's already said that he's gunning for boris johnson some see him as the u.k. counterpart to donald trump another blonde bombshell and donald trump's also been talking about to resume may's negotiating skills when it comes to the brags that negotiations with brussels will go over them i wouldn't believe. the big number that some of these go to that is. a loser. i mean presumably you know you want to get it with a woman who would if you don't get the deal you want you to give it. to you. so today as i said all about the pomp and the ceremony tomorrow much more about worked on trump is staying at the u.s. ambassador's residence he's going to be having a working breakfast with the u.s. ambassador and representatives of u.s. business here in the u.k. and then he's going to be he's going to short meeting with a reason may in downing street it's not going to be
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a one on one as was expected beforehand of course plenty of people here want to criticize donald trump protesters are expected to follow him everywhere he goes they're keen to criticize the british government's decision to even allow such a massive state visit at a time of political crisis the trump baby blimp is being prepared i think is going to be unveiled tomorrow but yet such a divisive figure and so many people keen to express dissatisfaction with the fact that he's come here former mayor of london ken livingstone believes trump should keep his nose out of british politics. we have no idea yet this is going to be i know you have this bizarre thing the american president endorsing boris johnson right to say the most dishonest forward to deal with the my life the simple fact is he should have nothing to do with any of this i mean i grew up in that post-war
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world where britain was america's principal ally frankly now we would be mad to be caught up in any of the dangerous nonsense that could lead us into another war and so on 3 i think we should distance ourselves from this president being tied up with in this way is just dangerous. term son in law has said in an interview he isn't certain the palestinian people are able to govern themselves question or has been meeting with israeli and arab leaders to promote his peace plan he also said the palestinians were to blame for the u.s. stopping aid to the region. and you would be ok with all of those things that you guys have done the actions we've taken were because america's aid is not entitle me and we get criticized by that government response of this president's not so let me give you more aid so again that was is a result of decisions taken by the palestinian leadership palestinian leaders have already said they will boycott a planned summit in bahrain at the end of the month palestinians accuse the us of
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bias in the peace negotiations in 2017 washington recognized jerusalem as the capital of israel and relocated its embassy there then the u.s. cut off aid and closed its pasta and diplomatic office and in march trump recognized israeli sovereignty over the occupied syrian golan heights. all palestinians reject what donald trump called the deal of the century the us president still thinks it can lead to peace more girls to fix up the story. to be fair trump was never particularly shy. humble when he does something great he likes to let people know about it is stable genius has great these and has great negotiation we need. a leader that wrote the art of the deal israel palestine. if you're going to make it that probably is the hardest deal there is to make and i'm
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a very good deal mike i believe me if you can't make a good deal with a politician then there's something wrong with you any great deal maker needs a great problem to solve obvious no north korea rocket man should have been handled a long time ago. we were going to do it. because we really have no choice to regional local the china trade deal is too mundane and above average dealmaker would be good enough to solve it trump is a great deal maker and he needs the greatest problem is really palestinian conflict you're not going to support me even though you know i'm the best thing that could ever happen to israel and i shall be that they have so much and coleman trump and b b their egos self righteousness and their struggles against humility trump loves b.b. and b.b.
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love the strumpet jarrad pushed up trumps and in law also jewish is now in israel and he's got it the plan the solution the deal of the century we appreciate all of your efforts to strengthen the relationship between our 2 countries it's never been stronger and we're very excited about all the potential that lies ahead for israel for the relationship alliance between the united states and america has never been stronger. and it's going to get even stronger it will come as no surprise but something is great is this takes passion takes trust history and trump and bibi go way back i've known president and i've known his family and his team for a long term. there is no greater supporter of the jewish people and the jewish story than president donald trump but what about the plan it's believed trump and
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kush that have been secretly drawing it up for 2 years why she quickly well because it could make some of israel's neighbors angry imagine a husband and wife during divorce they can't seem to agree on how to split their house so a judge rules that the wife can keep the house and gives the husband the neighbour's house how absolutely great is that jordan egypt saudi arabia syria all stand to lose land for the sake of the palestinian state guess who isn't giving up an inch of its territory. krishna brought me something from the us president in the state department there is an official mark of the state of israel which had not been updated since the 60 womb well now it's been updated. brought me the new map which includes the golan heights is part of his row it's signed by
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president trump who writes nice so i would like to say that's very nice real nice we'll great stuff it may seem one sided entirely biased and completely in favor of israel but let me tell you this if a palestinian man had made the effort to marry donald trump's daughter things could have been very different but he didn't did he. binyamin netanyahu has repeatedly voiced his support and friendship towards washington citing ties that have lasted decades but most offer barghouti from the palestinian national initiative believes a concerted effort is underway to change international thinking towards middle east peace. the most recent statements of mr the question of only show one thing that he is working for mr netanyahu the prime minister of israel and he's working for the most extreme and reduces the elements in israel these statements by mr bush
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not especially when you says that palestinians cannot rule themselves without israel is nothing but a supporter to to the continuation of. oppression the system of apartheid by israel against the palestinians in my opinion of course not is now trying to change the historical american position and to confront the international consensus that the palestinians should have a state of that on and they're occupied palestinian territories question out is that going to change that course in service of the zionist movement in service of the israeli extreme government that's exactly what the so-called the deal of the century is about. news just in a court in sweden has rejected a request by prosecutors to issue an arrest warrant against wiki leaks co-founder julian assange in connection to a rape case investigation it means sweden won't seek sonders extradition from the u.k. where he's currently serving
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a 50 week sentence for breaking bail conditions however it doesn't mean the sex crime investigation is being abandoned and switch prosecutors may want to question him in britain the case which was 1st investigated in 2010 was reopened last month on the grounds that his songes arrest in the u.k. could present a new opportunity for prosecution investigation had been previously suspended in 2017 as the whistleblower remain holed up inside the ecuadorian embassy in london julian assange spent nearly 7 years there in a bid to avoid extradition. just before being evicted and arrested by u.k. authorities in ecuador revoked his asylum he has since been convicted to 50 weeks in prison for breaking bail but he still faces another extradition request by the u.s. in connection to computer hacking charges. we're now joined by journalist and broadcaster neil clark for more on this now in your opinion was this a reasonable decision given the context of the case. i think it is actually because after all he's italian he weighs in eaten at least the early end of the year on the
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bail. charges which he's been in prison pawky weeks he said so the idea that he would need to be further detained in order for this case against him to be pursued the swedish case would be quite absurd as you said in your intro jacqueline that the swedish case hasn't been dropped what it means is that this we dish investigators want to come interview julian assange critics and be able to do so i mean fact universities made it quite clear that they get the party be very happy to do that to help leak this witness police in this case and we also know of course the swedish authorities are come under great pressure from the british or storage is to not go the case we know who leaked e-mails for example all the favor that notorious one saying don't you dare get cold feet sent by the crown prosecution service lawyers to the swedish prosecutors about this so i think that this is
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a if you could this is a welcome development and it is a commonsense development because there's no need to. what is actually certainly not at this stage just sweet and when we you know the 1st step will surely be to come over if necessary to question him in prison in relation to these allegations in sweden so do you think we can read anything into this decision in terms of the case against him surely if it was strong they'd have wanted his extradition or do you think they're just being cautious. i think it's a mix of the 2 radio i think it isn't a strong case by look at what we know of the case so far we know that the current is in srinagar signature where he got this i think twice before haven't made. as i said they were under pressure not to do that for the british will correct is we know about the women who made the complaints that initially they were actually are you know wanting julian to take various tests etc. about sexual health so we know
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the case as it stood anyway will certainly seem to be the strongest. and then there's a course of practicalities albeit that he's already detained so to seek his extradition. really at this stage wouldn't make common sense in the sense that he could he could be he can easily be interviewed if they want to do that in belmarsh jail so it doesn't really on a number of grounds yes you could argue it highlights could be seen as evidence of the fact that the case against him and sweeney isn't very strong and equally it can be seen as a very sort of common sense judgment today. but that having been said all that it still hasn't stopped cause a lot of enemies of you innocent people out there searching for claiming as we know ad nauseum that he's actually facing rape charges in sweden or things like this where he still has not been charged with anything and that's very important to
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stress the man is innocent you know we're innocent till proven guilty genocide hasn't been charged and that's the state of play as it is and he said that this investigation is still ongoing and but it's totally wrong for people to then. you know call him various if you're an angel relation to this for example some people even libel him in the rape case which is totally wrong because of course the charges haven't even been brought yet. journalist and broadcaster neil clark thank you so much for joining us on the program thanks. well the english football team liverpool lifting the champions league trophy and we have reaction from just a marine yeah that story and more after this break.
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welcome back to the program on saturday night in madrid liverpool were crowned the champions of europe it's the 6th time the english club has lifted the prestigious trophy on sunday fans back at home painted the town red with more than 750000 taking to the streets to celebrate. here on our team just a marine you know has been covering the ups and downs of the tournament and his on the touchline show in the last ever episode he gives his take on the season that was you can watch it unfold later today but here's a quick peek. what
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is the most important thing in football. we all know. a bit confused being the engine to knowing the engine the arm close to your body you are in a position that is not a natural position like you happen and of course the human being needs the arms to keep the balance i think he was nervous because he's not a super penalty taker seemed he made the right decision the quality of the game was not good the quality of passing was not good we didn't play like reach like we normally do i didn't really normally like i do i didn't sing that normally i do i
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think that must be a very very bad feeling of course it even had on his mind we are going to be losing one you love to 50 seconds and probably was thinking. even game a game in the control doesn't play and the result is the same everyone will be saying crane has to pay even with one leg we i'm sorry the world we managers we the kids affordable in my team my best friends the ones the poor closer to me are the ones that were not starting players the only thing that i didn't enjoy was my dancing on ice in moscow.
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it's been hailed as one of the best t.v. shows ever and the final episode of h.b.o.'s cho noble airs later today the series vividly tells the story of the 1986 nuclear disaster and has revived interest and the tragedy. i'm pleased to report that situation each you know state and although he's on fine. and every awesome if you radio it's like i'm pulling. some of them still climbing through 50000 bees. the disaster happened more than 30 years ago and is the biggest nuclear accident in history and with 600000 people were affected and it's thought up to 4000 died early as a result were nation levels at the epicenter were massively higher than a lethal dose the disaster lead to vast amounts of radiation exposure which was made even worse by the wind with europe and asia also affected back in 2008 r.t.
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spoke to some of those involved. yeah the most the ballpark i think my father understood very well what danger he was facing from the very fast day of the when they flew as a governmental commission to noble that absolutely no idea about the situation that because no one could explain anything when he saw the state of the 4th block i think he had already understood everything including the his life would end with the situations of suborning. visit a lot of this is slower than a political system but your conditions are difficult the helicopters as they said for sure was up till 200 degrees at different points at a height of 200 meters above the reactor in the burning heat and helicopters hovered over the exploded reactor engineers threw down service of say well the pilot struggle to control the helicopter of the one of the 2 flights like this
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engine is vomited on landing the hints along with the radiation was too much for a human to. us but to teach we ask you to confirm orally there's no time's right i says to evacuate the whole city of tripura. but it says. they abandon city a paper that is situated near the similarly named river just 3 kilometers from the channel but power plant it lies in the official exclusion zone overseen by local authorities despite that access is possible and regular guided tours are permitted allowing people to see for themselves the ghost town you can watch r.t.s. documentary in for on our you tube channel. that's our global news update for this hour but don't forget you can always had to our website r.t.
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dot com for the details on all those stories and many more. of. the slogans blood of them so a 1000000. viewers who are local wolf. blitzer those who heard it's a preview of the most you've ever seen him we will. we will we'll. move. move. move show you this look beautiful i mean it's going to look very good. more than
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what holds if. you put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president and you. want to. have to go right to the press this is what before 3 of them or can't be good that i'm interested in the waters of the house. question. nobody could see coming that false confessions would be that prevalent in this particular case but both of which. had any interrogations out there what you'll see is threat promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most comfortable make them want to get out and don't take no for an
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answer don't accept their denials she said therefore would. send a statement that i would be all about it the next day there's a culture of all accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with all their crime. hello and welcome to cross talk we're all things are considered i'm peter lavelle now it's mexico's turn to our trump's new parents actually a message to china also impeachment picks up steam and a post-mortem on the e.u. elections.
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across talking some real news i'm joined by my guest here in moscow going these and he is a professor at the higher school of economics as well as author of the decay of western civilization and resurgence of russia and in athens we have alex cross of pharo he's the director and writer for the duran dot com all right gentlemen crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i always appreciate let me go to athens here ok ok this is going to be potpourri at the very start here alex you've got your pick here and peach mint mexico google antitrust what's the flavor for you at the moment go ahead. all of it peter all of it because you know i think that it all you know falls under the same umbrella and i think we have to take a step back and see that now that mueller investigation that it's been concluded for at least mueller has concluded one activity is concluded what exactly the democrats haven't finished that the mainstream media is not finished but mueller said he's not going to testify he's done this is the reports he made some
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statements but that's that i think trump was actually expecting that as the mueller investigation finished that he would be able to work a little bit with the democrats to be able to do some policy and let's not forget he went to that meeting with nancy pelosi that you have a structured meeting and he walked out of it and he was upset he was upset that palosi still going for this impeachment line that the democrats are still going after the impeachment they're still talking about russia that they're still talking about collusion and obstruction and all that stuff and so what do you see now you see the terrace with china you see tariffs against mexico you also saw tariffs against india peter yet end does not forget they have tariffs it gets turkey as well and so what is a tariff tariff is a barrier and if trump cannot get his infrastructure if he cannot get his wall that he's going to build a different kind of wall it's going to follow on his campaign promise make america great again build the wall he's doing it with tariffs he's go.


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