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Deutsche Welle
Oct 22, 2017 1:30am CEST
in two thousand and fourteen second after europe slapped sanctions on russia because of its onyx ation of crimea. personally advised putin to impose counter sanctions that put firm adore at the heart of international politics caught between two worlds right now things are a bit difficult between russia and germany i feel like the child of divorced parents you love your mom and dad but they're arguing and you don't know why you just want them to get along because you love them or you. it's mid february there's more snow than usual in the southwestern russian town of list ski in the province of border nets it's minus twenty degrees. district administrator victoria chefs of is visiting stefan door a german born businessman who is one of russia's biggest dairy farmers. the view from the air shows how big the farm is. this helicopter belongs to one of duis friends a fellow businessman and a member of the russian parliament. everything you see here is ours we have one hundred thousand hectors and list including forty five thousand on this side of the don river all in one piece that's a
Deutsche Welle
Oct 22, 2017 1:15am CEST
privatization was robbery the soviet union territory we're just russia's stand today and moscow's empire we're serious starting november fifth to w. hello welcome to the bundesliga here on its much to more than. a quarter of the way through the season already and it's looking like a three horse race for the championship. match out hamburg bahrain are entirely in the i'm with new coach your kind is the champions are brimming with confidence. we'll check out dortmund to the high scoring table toppers travel to frankfurt a club that has proven tough to beat on home turf who would prevail. yes welcome to the bundesliga on d w let's start with biron's trip north to hamburg since your pint is returned a few weeks ago for his fourth.
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm PDT
their legal bills. these are mounting legal bills as part of this ongoing russia probe. there's a lot of questions. you know, who decides which staffers get the money? could it possibly include paul manafort and michael flynn? the president meanwhile he's continuing to dismiss these investigations as a hoax and a witch hunt, but make no mistake, the legal bills are very real and wracking up at a rapid rate, so by offering $430,000 of his own money, he's hoping to offset some of those legal expenses for his staff. julie? julie: all right, with more on this and we thank you, kristen fisher, this feud between the white house and representative wilson, it just doesn't seem to want to go away. we go now to a senior political correspondent. thank you so much for coming in. first of all, the mere fact that this widow's grievance is being politicized, whether it's a congresswoman or anybody for that matter, is really disheartening, and it's something that should just never happen. we'd like it to go away. it's not seeming to go away any time soon. in washington, general kelly, who has gre
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
cover the uranium scandal and that russia has 20 percent of the urannian for a lot of reason and people understand those reasons, that is your real russia story and not collusion and there was none. it was a hoax. >> lou: we learned that president obama's justice department blocked an fbi informant for testifying before congress about racketeering and denied access by the obama justice department is in itself illegal and unconstitutional. the unidentified american businessman turned informant has direct knowledge of how the nuclear energy sought to pay off bill and hillary clinton clinton and documents bribes and money laundering that secured u.s. government a provenal of uranium one by the russian firm. back in 2010. and today, chuck grassly demanded the trump justice department removed nondisclosure agreement that stopped the informant from testifying before congress and tell what he knows. grassly also demanding answers concerning ceph us the highly secretive foreign investment committee in the united states. that cleared the uranium deal. it included hillary clinton's state d
Al Jazeera
Oct 22, 2017 2:00am +03
russia who backed the government reported saddam course we all know has visited one and it led to problems. holiday and her to disabled sons arrived at the scamp specifically set up for children two weeks ago the boys were born paralyzed live was tough enough but khalidi and her boys lived in is so in hama they survived eisel and regular a year strikes the camp is their sanctuary. nobody knows the future but we ask permission life from him will have you. a wobble rama was set up by turkey and qatar to protect vulnerable children to provide a safer environment than refugee camps could offer. these children are because of the five year long civil war in syria their fathers are dead and they have lost their homes they're trying to cling onto my three year waiting for things to change . the conflict has cost the syrians dear according to the u.n. six point five million syrians have been forced from their homes at this refugee metropole listen at smith on the border with turkey three camps are merged into one almost seven hundred thousand syrians living here most are from the war ravag
RT
Oct 21, 2017 7:00pm EDT
critical of russia over syria and over the detention of political prisoners like you and others. you know of course everybody has their agendas but i think he has certainly not tried to constrain my expression or the expression of many other people i know i work with a network we speak our mind and we're critical of the west when it's appropriate i'm a critical russia when it's appropriate. the reality is there is a dissident voice in the u.k. the only very rarely gets any time in the mainstream media. is the only place that has been providing a regular platform for what used to be dissident voices in the u.k. but now much more mainstream voices and here are some of the names that you might be surprised to see on the useful idiots list senator john mccain a vocal critic of russia is grouped among politicians who have been on our t.v. film director rob reiner makes an appearance he's actually now part of an organization called the committee to investigate russia and other politicians on the list include former presidential candidates bernie sanders as well as the current president don
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 6:59pm EDT
," russia's involvement in the 2016 lection with propublica senior reporter julia angwin. julia: facebook has said they earned that a bunch of ads placed during the election were outfits under an anonymous accounts, and they divisive ads, y not necessarily, it seems like, candidate or another, but just aimed at charged ivisiveness on topics. >> watch "the communicators," on ay night at 8:00 eastern c-span 2. c-span, a discussion on freedom of the press. president trump's recent comments criticizing the media, and their roles as comes to s when it media. cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] just hello and welcome. we're programmed tonight, we're guardians of the fourth our guard arians are our guests the executive editor of the "new york times" and baron the executive editor of the "washington post." arguably the two most editors of the two influential newspapers in the country. dean has been in this job since 2014, having earlier served as managing edit
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 11:45pm BST
it and veep. now taking his political scalpel to russia. 1953, stalin collapses in the kremlin and is found in what is referred to as "a pool of indignity." immediately, his cronies gather round, played by simon russell beale, steve buscemi, paul whitehouse. take a look at a clip. the head is the heaviest part. all right, ready? three, two... one? lift? jesus. god! whoa! to me. this way. yeah, all right. are you wearing pyjamas? can we just stop twittering like fishwives at the market and concentrate on... whoa, whoa! open the door! back up, back up, back. no, that way! get back to the kitchen now! move! now, now! he's heavier than i thought he'd be. he thinks stalin's too heavy. no, it's a compliment — gold is heavy. well, you'd know, you've looted enough of it, you flimsy little pirate! get back in the dining room! stop using his feet! now, we're both chuckling along. because it is very funny, and there is a great sense of farce about it, adapted from a series of french graphic novels, but it manages that extraordinary trick of being on the one hand funny but also horrifying. t
Deutsche Welle
Oct 22, 2017 12:30am CEST
russia she fell in love with the city and decided to stay. postum it's a marvelous place when you stand here with this beautiful panorama you immediately fall in love with the sea and with the land there is such a rich and profound history. it's just great. and you always are. with views like this and then i was sure to in chance many movies it is. there was a clear distinction between the art we see on the streets and the works in museums but more and more we are seeing a crossover between the two mediums and what this means is that street artists are displaying galleries and museums and now in spain a group of contemporary artists have taken to the streets so to speak for the first time for the so-called truck art project now i traveled to madrid recently to see what this involves. at first glance this may look like an abstract painting on a wall but look again and it's actually a work of art on the side of a truck. this is a truck art project an initiative in madrid twenty nine of spain's most established artists have taken part. as one of them. but it's a painting in movement
RT
Oct 21, 2017 6:29pm EDT
russia in solitary attending the ball the discussion club and our topic is us russian relations and the state of the world. how does it feel to be a share of the greatest job in the world it's as close to being a king as any job there is what business model helps to run a prison now we just do it oh my guess is nobody you know visitation i don't know one comes anymore we don't have to search them anymore it's cost effective that's what they want to do that as long as they don't give a damn if you do the chores or not they're actually paying us to put it back into the good the louisiana incarceration rate is twice as high as the usa in breach what she could is behind such success. of that was back three texas charges damaged in hurricane r.v. are suing the federal government because they aren't entitled to free my money of course the reason they aren't entitled is due to this pesky little thing called separation of church and state you know that right there one safeguard against a public school teacher saying girls can get pregnant by jesus pointing and winking at their uterus. this coul
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 6:29pm EDT
8:00 eastern on c-span q&a. "communicators," communicators, russia's involvement with the election with julia angwin. that facebook has said they learned a number of adds placed during the election were outfits under an anonymous accounts, and they ads. political divisive not necessarily, it seems like candidate or sowing but just aimed at decisiveness on certain topics. 8:00 eastern monday on c-span 2. host: -- is our guest this week to talk about facebook, russia.al ads and ms. angwin what have we learned in the past couple of months rom the investigation into facebook and the russian ads [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2016] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] julia: thanks for having me on. we've learned a lot in the last month about facebook and russia. ssentially facebook has said hey learned that bunch of ads placed during the election were under by russian outfits anonymous accounts. they were politically divisive ads. seemed like ly it aimed at one candid
RT
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
fifty seven that the first world festival of using students to be held in russia was convened in moscow people in russia remember it is kind of a turning point in their lives the first time they met people from such diverse parts of the world we were able to speak to canadian basser and sixty years ago as a young canadian he was able to actually visit moscow in one hundred fifty seven. my neighbor has mellowed johnston. eighty three years old and i was of participants in the festival in moscow in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven oh i remember. i was there. that fireworks display. through his life at that time visiting another planet. too has a different era and i remember going through the the streets of a packed with people briefing us here on trucks with fun who are younger who are having a great time. this quota for example is taken. during our reception in the streets for a packed with people gives you an idea of the welcoming we got a group of us canadians as we arrived at bosco. that's big. time with the moscow march. i was thrilled to have that invitation but i said
FOX Business
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm EDT
, iran, russia and assad, they are in total control and is no taking that away from them without conducting a major military operation where there's no political will for that. the eastern part of syria, we should be containing iran's ambitions to take full control of syria by taking the east and i don't see any strategy to stop that, paul, and i think that's a strategic mistake on the part of the administration. paul: that's right, okay. i agree with you on that. now the kurds are saying, the kurds -- they were our fighters on the ground in clearing out isis out of raqqah and they are saying, hey, you know, we would like to keep this territory, we have a right to at least some autonomy here, can the -- how should we treat the kurds in -- in their ambitions going forward? >> in iraq, the issue has always been the political end state, can the iraqis keep a country together with the sunnis and the shiites and the kurds operating at least coexisting together. and we knew that the challenges would be there after isis and here they are right in front of us. i think the united states h
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 11:30pm CEST
robbery. the soviet union's heritage where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth. frankfurt. international gateway to the best connections self and road and rail. located in the heart of europe you are connected to the whole world. experience outstanding shopping and dining offers and try our services. be our guest at frankfurt airport city managed by from. this is the w. news line from berlin a show of defiance in barcelona nearly half a million cattle and separatists take to the streets in support of their region's parliament this comes hours of just vanish prime minister mariano rajoy announces plans to dissolve catalonia government and call and of the election to find out from madrid and barcelona not what this could mean also coming up. results from elections in the czech republic show the country's next prime minister could be a populist billionaire andree popish says he is on no party wants to take an active role in shaping policies. i'm welcome to the program this week spain gave catalonia an ultimatum withdraw your declaration of independen
LINKTV
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
against russia and allow more popular referendums, possibly on the euro and the eu itself. does the election in austria represent a setback in europe? let me get you to duel it out now. your opening statements indicated rather contradictory views on what this means for the eu going forward. saw the potential for strengthening a court europe, and you said you thought the austrian vote could halt the process of integration and halt mr. macron's push. perhaps matthew goes first with that more pessimistic view. it is pessimistic depending on where you stand on the issue. i think a lot of people even in germany would say they like the eu as it is. they like the free market in the euro and want to keep things as they are. what they do not one is to shift more sovereignty to brussels. this would be the position also of the people's party in austria andbastian kurz's party also the freedom party. it's also the position of most of the central european countries if not all of them who are really enjoying the freedom that they won after the berlin wall fell down in 1989, and they are not as ea
RT
Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm EDT
scrap russia's foreign minister sergey lavrov weighed in he stressed international security would be threatened if the u.s. ended green and that the north korean crisis could worsen. it is clear that the failure of the g c p a way around deal one of the five plus one members especially one of its most active members essentially the leader of the group would be an alarming signal to the architecture of international security including the settlement of the nuclear issue on the korean peninsula if you want to negotiate with kim jong un and your goal is to avoid war and try to be able to have a diplomatic resolution the worst thing you can do is first threaten to destroy his country in the united nations and secondly screw around with the deal that has already been made because the message is don't make a deal with the united states they won't keep their word last week the u.s. president announced that he would decertified the deal means that congress now sixty days in which to decide whether it wants to reimpose sanctions upon iran or agree new legislation relating to the accord donald
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm PDT
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MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
from the president on this. joining me is former ambassador to russia. sir, it's good to have you with me. if it were to pass and facebook and google are forced to disclose who their buyers are, how could that influence this investigation, or do you think if it did pass that it really wouldn't enable what has already been discovered? >> well, i think this legislation is designed to prevent the problems that we had in 2016. i don't think it's going to help the investigation itself. i think it's going to be a long, hard fight to get this legislation. i don't predict it coming into power any time soon. but i do think it's the right approach. this notion that the social media platform are somehow different from television, maybe that was the way four or five years ago. it's not okay today. we need to have the same rules. they are hard to enforce, but we need the same rules so we know who is providing this information and who is paying for these ads. >> when it comes to the measures to crack down on these bonus ads, we know that certain tech companies and social media say they are goin
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
details about the lengths that russia went to to legitimize its troll accounts to social media and influence american voters s "the daily beast quest reports that it was retweeted numerous times by key trump campaign staffers. joining me now is senior news editor for "the daily beast." and michael zeldin is back with you. ben, you helped breaks this story, obviously, tell us how this happened. what does it look like? >> sort of pretend to be the ten, underscore, gop. most of the stuff it tweeted was standard republican talking points, anti-democrat stuff, and then every one in a while it would veer into kremlin talking points, marine le pen, even though this is a tennessee gop account. we found out this week it was in fact based out of the intranet research agent troll familiar in petersburg. >> the key question is, did anyone retweeting it know it was atually emanating from a russian troll farm? >> we asked the campaign, they did not respond. we do know donald trump jr., the president's son retweeted how there was florida fraud in that account. kelly anne conway retweeted two days
RT
Oct 21, 2017 4:00pm EDT
has been doing some work with the atlantic council which of course is known for certain anti russia hype so really no surprises there we'll have to wait and see what kind of reactions we see from all of those thousands of people who have been coming onto our channel to express their views. now here are some of the names you might be surprised to see on that useful idiots list senator john mccain a vocal critic of russia's groups among politicians who have appeared on r.t. from director rob reiner he makes an appearance he's actually now part of an organization calling itself the committee to investigate russia are the politicians on the list include former presidential candidate bernie sanders as well as the current president donald trump even former first lady michelle obama she gets a mention now the report clearly states that all of these people appeared on a show called they called it politicking with larry david and that would be pretty pretty good the problem is that the famous american comedian has never had to show such a shame on our team politicking it's always been hosted
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm PDT
pay for their mounting legal bills that are associated with all of the russia investigations, from the investigation on capitol hill to that with the special council, robert mueller. there are a lot of questions here, namely, who decides which staffers get this money, when do they get it. none of those questions have been answered at this point in time. this is a lot of money, $400,000, but also not a lot of money, given the amount of the investigation, the length of time in which the investigations will go on, so another question, kelly, would have to be, at some point in time, could that amount expand? could president trump promise to give even more money down the road? but right now, the number we're hearing is $430,000, to be exact, kelly? >> kelly: thank you for the update. >> julie: in a rare joint appearance, all five former living presidents are uniting to raise money for hurricane relief. the former presidents will headline a benefit concert on the campus of texas a&m in college station, texas he casey steagle is there live. what a great thing they're doing. >> i don't think t
BBC News
Oct 21, 2017 9:00pm BST
, whether it is russia, whether it is north korea, our allies are glad to see america back at work, focusing on peace through strength. and they appreciate that. bernice king? as my father's daughter, i don't even believe in war. however, this would be a foolish war. in the world of nuclear weapons, nobody wins. at the end of the day, this is our humanity that we are talking about. period. and our humanity is not american, it is not europe, it is not asia, it is humanity, and there will be in a civilised lost in this foolish and counter, period. next question. sherilyn pankow, your question, please. if it is found to be true that trump's associates couuded be true that trump's associates colluded with russia to affect our election, how can the election truly be considered binding on legally valid? in terms of russia, i want to know what the truth is, and so i support this investigation. we have the right to know. but i want them to do theirjob and they don't want them to suggest he is guilty or innocent and we find out what happened. we have the house and the senate looking at this
RT
Oct 21, 2017 3:29pm EDT
forget. discussion called. u.s. russia relations and the state of the world. welcome back to the kaiser in florida i'm max kaiser time to turn to andrew coffee he is here to congo andrew welcome welcome to chicago the weather changed awfully quick the windy city yes all right so let me just introduce you a little bit to the audience we've been in contact for a decade really because you're one of the pioneers in the blogging space the financial journalism space the alternative financial journalism space and even covering these issues from chicago and you've got friends on the scene d.c. crowd is close with those guys and so you've been offering some interesting insights into this into this business and you continue to do so so it's really great to have you back on so i consider to be an alternative media pioneer thank you yeah and what's your channel by the way i'm a. coffee grinds on you tube and you can find me there were i'm putting most of my stuff and that's where i'm putting all my focus right now you tube as you should i think you just restarted your challenges right maximi
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 12:00pm PDT
>>> welcome back. in new york city we have some breaking news this hour in the russia probe in the trump white house. axios is reporting this afternoon, mr. trump, the president is pledging to pay the legal bills for some of his white house staff and associates. jonathan swan is breaking this story. he said trump is offering to pay more than $400,000. jonathan swan is on the phone. thanks for joining us on this breaking story. what else are you learning about this? >> we just reported the republican national committee has so far paid $430,000 to lawyers representing president trump and his eldest son don junior. the white house official told me that trump will not be reimbursing the rnc for the costs. he promised out of his own money to pay the same amount, at least 430,000 to defray the cost of legal fees of his associates including former and current white house staff. there's so many unanswered questions. i pressed this official for answers and they didn't answer. we don't know who makes these decisions about which of the associates get the money. i did just speak to -- this is
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 2:45pm EDT
would be a lesson. in other cases is harder the russia case the china case. they are much more powerful countries. but we have the ability to impose sanctions and you can say look at the size of the chinese economy. it is symbolically important as a political statement by the united states that we know what is happening and we do not wish to tolerate it. it will have some economic impact. the alternative is to do nothing or issue a statement at the state department new briefing which is effectively nothing. i think that's the wrong way to go. i would try to impose some costs on the countries that are doing this. go all the way in the back. from front to rear. thank you for mentioning my work in your book. i want to push back absolutely. we are doing it all wrong. i'm interested in the point you made about too much, situation we should be putting more money into political party work. i have at the programming in jordan and you pakistan. it is a complete waste of time. in the countries that had no free politics it's pouring money down the drain. without any kind of electoral refo
RT
Oct 21, 2017 2:29pm EDT
incompetence can we blame russia and we really china for not exerting more pressure instead of seemingly leaving the united states and nato countries to it i think the russian government and the chinese government have given sort of made statements about their willingness to help but they really have not come to terms with the fact that somalia needs help and that they can make a huge difference if they were able to intervene in the sense of sending military troops there but providing again hundred two hundred million dollars a year and help them rebuild security forces that are local in nature get out of contrapuntal the local people and that are not taking their cues from the international community is a particular interest so the u.s. the chinese and the russians have been derelict in their responsibility as sort of the major powers in this world you don't think two hundred million dollars from russia and china would mean that washington would believe there was a war on africa home. well i mean in africa is not invited by the african people to africa and i'm so all the somalis and afr
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2017 2:17pm EDT
. otherwise, everybody is going to come after us. not just russia but north korea, iran, terrorist organizations. this is warfare on the cheap and we have to be able to not only defend ourselves but to defend ourselves through a deterrent policy, and i hope in the counsels of the administration that will be an emphasis on your -- no your response. >> yes, i agree, senator. that is the point of the oe in terms of the detention option set to understand them in the wider context of our capabilities, different authorities, and to start being more definitive about the deterrent options options and he them. >> thank you, are in chairman. >> i want to return to that. i keep hearing the words but don't see something specific in place, and we have struggled with this for years on this committee now. imagine that tomorrow we had a foreign nation state cyber attack on our financial or banking sector or next month on our utility or our transmission infrastructure or next year on our elections, and i would suggest that any of those would cross the threshold. what is our doctrine for how, when,
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 8:15pm CEST
where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth on g.w. . this is g.w. news live from berlin a show of defiance in barcelona. you're seeing pictures as nearly half a million cattle on separatists take to the streets in support of their region's parliament this comes hours after spanish prime minister mariano ahoy announced plans to dissolve catalonia his government. and call an early election will find out from madrid and barcelona what it all means also coming up results from elections in the czech republic show the next prime minister could be a populist billionaire dubbed the czech donald trump a far right party received more than ten percent of the vote as well. and can german rap make it in the america dude as being in their. overall bieber varian band i spoke with zach's as they take their foreign language flow to the home of help. i met harman thanks for joining us. this week spain gave catalonia an ultimatum withdraw your kid declaration of independence or face the consequences well today prime minister made good on that warning but red s
RT
Oct 21, 2017 2:00pm EDT
with the atlantic council which of course is known for certain anti russia hype so really no surprises there we'll have to wait and see what kind of reactions we see from all of those thousands of people who have been coming onto our channel to express their views. the host of all of these going underground show what he thought about his guests being called useful idiots. amazing that reports like this are actually presumably being read by politicians and hopefully you know our guests who still continue to appear but as regards guests the guests that they mentioned in the delineate in this report i mean does she really think and the politicians here and in the united states have learned are going to think that a young is verified and the former first minister scott alexander the former mayor of london that they're just idiots they useful idiots of course they're not in this incredibly insulting i mean there is no not to call consistency here and it is at the moment we're joking about it a little but of course there is a serious side the british foreign secretary did this week
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am PDT
? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> welcome back. in new york city we have some breaking news this hour in the russia probe in the trump white house. axios is reporting this afternoon, mr. trump, the president is pledging to pay the legal bills for some of his white house staff and associates. jonathan swan is breaking this story. he said trump is offering to pay more than $400,000. jonathan swan is on the phone. thanks for joining us on this breaking story. what else are you learning about this? >> we just reported the republican national committee has so far paid $430,000 to lawyers representing president trump and his eldest son don junior. the white house official told me that trump will not be reimbursing the rnc for the costs.
RT
Oct 21, 2017 1:29pm EDT
southern russia in sultry attending the ball by discussion club and our top u.s. russia relations and the state of the world's. most competitive. eating healthy. but. she just doesn't get outside of town like on the and. by the end coffee session an auditing. by then is a shift that while i'm. not. going to want. so it. was if you have to get multiple injuries a long term connector so don't tell yourself you. shows your younger son. even the people who feel so this is. what i came to. my. philosophy. to walk. among us something. to look my. what i can now maybe maybe maybe pull it off. but will these gamey anymore i do sanctions are breaking but if. you really know. the russian economy. and i know a lot of people who are looking for a creative way. to get. master card and green lighted be use of it in-house blog train technology and it's a business to business space to address speedy transparency and cost challenges in cross border payments the transactions one have to run through several foreign banks it's ok. out the middleman means cutting out those fees mastercard has invested in
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 8:00pm +03
areas were recently agreed on by turkey which supports rebel fighters and iran and russia which back the governments or reporters then of course the only who has visited a deescalation zone in italy a province and sent this report. holiday and her two disabled sums arrived at the scamp specifically set up for children two weeks ago the boys were burned paralyzed live was tough enough but the quality and her boys lived in is stunned how much they survived i still and regular strikes. the camp is their sanctuary. nobody knows the future but god we ask permission life from him will have you. a wobble rama was set up by turkey and qatar to protect vulnerable children to provide a safer environment than refugee camps could offer. these children are victims of the five year long civil war in syria their fathers are dead and they have lost their homes they're trying to cling onto my three year waiting for things to change . the conflict has cost the syrians dear according to the u.n. six point five million syrians have been forced from their homes at this refugee metropole listened on the b
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 7:32pm +03
because it's so what lies behind these ever closer ties increasingly evocative of russia's pre-code meanest imperial past. president putin's our leader that. given to us by good. clues to the synchronicity between church and state can be found in most corners of putin's russia take the mike nissen by the ministry situated on an island in the middle of lake led doga europe's largest despite its remoteness thousands of pilgrims come to the sacred monastery which according to legend stands on the site where st andrew planted a cross. but these days the island is also home to a private waterside dutch are you. used by president putin strictly off limits. it's a sign of the times since the collapse of the ceviche union the russian orthodox church the scene a dramatic rise in its food chains. twenty five thousand new build or restore churches eight hundred one of stories millions of them believe us we are on the way and now the trend you from europe to question is goes down in venice and go down in russia we have moral trends back to christian roots. every week a staggering nineteen new o
Al Jazeera
Oct 21, 2017 6:00pm +03
upstaging the men's senior team and missed out on qualifying for the world cup in russia next year yeah i mean. the first team not qualifying for the world cup is a disappointment and we've talked about it within the team just trying to bring hope back. to the u.s. soccer system and that the deeper round we go the more people believe that there is a future with u.s. soccer in the u.s. . when we come to an event like this already events we want to be as successful as we can this it's part of the culture and heritage to be have a winning mentality and to give it your best but it's also important to recognize that we're also building for the future and the long term aim is for the senior team to to win caldwell cups and euros as we competed back and back in europe to major league baseball where the histon astro's beat the new york yankees to force a game seven of their championship playoff series justin verlander was once again the star of the night for the astros pitching seven scoreless innings in houston jozy altidore his home run and three r.b.i.'s also help the astros to a seven to one
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 5:00pm CEST
language it brought forth a rookie pulse of nationalism. the soviet union's heritage where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth on g.w. . this is d w news live from berlin a show of defiance in barcelona you are seeing a live pictures and has got a long separatists taking to the streets in support of their region's parliament this comes hours after a spanish prime minister marianna hoyo announces plans to dissolve catalonia as government and call an early election we'll find out from madrid and barcelona what this all means also coming up partial results from elections in the czech republic suggest the next prime minister will be a populist billionaire dubbed the czech donald trump a far right party is in second place. and we'll tell you about a young man overcoming a disability and living his dream. he's a professional video gamer and he is blind we'll tell you how he manages not only to compete but to with. all. i met her welcome this week spain gave catalonia an ultimatum withdraw your declaration of independence or face the consequences wel
CNN
Oct 21, 2017 8:00am PDT
russia claimed the isis leader may have been killed in one of its air strikes in the end of may, but america does not believe those claims are true. the last and only time the world actually saw the man with the $25 million bounty on his head was three years ago delivering a sermon at a mosque in mosul, the sermon that set the mark for isis's vision and ideology. even now as jihadists have lost control of another city, raqqah, and the fate of the man who built the caliphate remains a mystery, he remains the only symbol isis really have left. diminished, he's without a caliphate, but still even hidden away, possibly able to inspire the sick and still spreading idea the virus that is now isis. nick paton walsh, cnn, northern syria. >> and now in this country 40-plus women are coming forward accusing hollywood producer harvey weinstein of sexual assault and he could be facing jail time for an alleged rape that happened 20 years ago. we'll discuss next. how do you chase what you love with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis? do what i did. ask your doctor about humira. it's proven to
Deutsche Welle
Oct 21, 2017 4:30pm CEST
union's heritage where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting over fifth on d w. this is d.w. news live from berlin a show of defiance in barcelona you are seeing a live pictures as a cut along separatists taking to the streets in support of their region's parliament this comes hours after.
FOX News
Oct 21, 2017 7:00am PDT
russia investigations. we don't even know how much money because they essentially don't want to tell the american people but then, this gets overlooked although trey goudy of the house oversight committee wants comey back because the timeline doesn't add up with what he said a year ago this past summer, so why should in congress get on the stick with this? >> jonas: first of all the amount of money it would cost isn't why it shouldn't be done. the reason why is because this seems fishie. to me comey is a standup guy maybe because he's very tall but you got to look through these things through the eyes of the government. they will have a release that someone won't get in trouble. they need to get that cleared probably takes weeks of bureaucracy. this guy is on vacation, it's government so it's an election year. let's say they will just determine that hillary was not guilty. they got to get that news out immediately and say it's a pre- clearance so it could be released when the bureaucracy says it's time to get off the case. normal investigation not an election year for somebody runnin
. senate investigation of any trump campaign ties to russia. the intelligence committee has interviewed several of the suggestions that attended a meeting at trump tower back in june of last year. you'll recall the president's son, don jr., jared kushner, paul manafort were there. senators would not detail what the russians had revealed in their interviews. a second senate panel, the judiciary committee, is working to have donald trump jr. testify in a public hearing. >>> all right, coming up, a new challenge from a landmark moment in the war on terror. isis de facto capital of raqqah, syria, has been liberated, but now the terrorists and their family members showing up at refugee camps. a report from syria straight ahead. throughout my career, i've been fortunate enough to travel to many interesting places. i've always wanted to create those experiences for others. with my advisor's help along the way, it's finally my turn to be the host. when you have the right financial advisor, life can be brilliant. ameriprise i am totally blind. and non-24 can make me show up too early
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