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DW
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
DW
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
ALJAZ
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
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
. 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
DW
Oct 21, 2017 3:00pm CEST
does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth on g.w. . this is the w. news live from berlin spain's prime minister says he wants to cuddle on separatists removed from power by yahoo it says he's seeking permission to dissolve catalonia his government and call an early election we'll find out from madrid and barcelona what this could mean also coming up results are expected shortly following elections in the czech republic but the populist right they've dubbed the czech donald trump looks set to become prime minister. and in the bundesliga will look back at shall because live in the standings with a win over mights on friday night and a look ahead to dortmund's key match up with frankfurt which begins as a few minutes time. i met him and welcome we will start in spain the government in madrid is moving to replace the regional leaders of catalonia and intends to hold knew it. lections as soon as possible a minister mariano rajoy said he was triggering article one fifty five of the constitution to bring a rebellious region back under central control and h
DW
Oct 21, 2017 2:30pm CEST
their homeland of the enemy invade. no one wants russia here which is. rebel against the mighty global news that matters. d.w. made for mines listening and d.-w. look at me speak your language got the best. for content in dari pashto and order prospects for returning our web special refugee journeys of life in germany and the prospects for those returning home. join the discussion on t w dot com and on facebook. prospects for returning these d w may for mine. because the way they start to divide the country i do it's still where they start to divide the language your blood will flow for the. ninety nine days the soviet union is breaking apart. the members of the russian federation would have to find their own way politically and economically. of something it was an incredibly difficult task not misadventure because democracy was a lie but the elections were a fraud because privatization was robbery just because instead of cultivating its culture its words and language and brought forth a rookie pulse of nationalism. the soviet union's heritage where does russia stand today and m
MSNBC
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am PDT
. he is in the middle of everything on capitol hill these days. he is leading one of the main russia investigations. but he has a role in other major topics such as working other republicans on a potential daca deal. and confirming justices, which i know is important to you, hugh. >> you bet. >> he and a bipartisan group of senators ruled out a sweeping criminal justice reform measure earlier this month and with a powerful ally in the white house of jared kushner, the senior is adviser and the president's son-in-law, maybe it could happen sometime in this congress. >> seung min, i want him to burn the blue slips. mcmitch connell wants him to burn the blue slips. has senator grassley confided in what his policy will be? >> he has not ready to burn the blue slips just yet. there are democratic senators still, at least four who are holding up circuit court nominees. clearly grassley has the support of the conference should he decide to go ahead and schedule these hearings and process these nominees but it is a decision he hasn't come to just yet. he respects the process, respects tradit
DW
Oct 21, 2017 1:15pm CEST
for all of us are privatization was robbery the soviet union territory where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth doubling. of the. celebrations and to lose after an unusual deal by the a c. series had a bumpy start its almost forced the canadian air craft to make it into bankruptcy is now owned by the a is teaming up with compared to to apple to build the mid-range ak rofft it's a perfect this is why we've done it and we think it's good news for airlines. that already. customers and shareholders on both sides that's why they call it win win i mean is the latest and your newest innovative technology and a hundred two hundred fifty six class so there is no other aircraft like that so when you combine this with the air bus scale reach capability i mean it will only the full value of the aircraft. bus will end a little more than half the project without having to pay and it will be responsible for the entire building and marketing of the c. series the deal is also a result of an ongoing trade dispute between the a and the us administration
ALJAZ
Oct 21, 2017 1:00pm +03
agreed upon by turkey which supports the rebels iran and russia which backed the government our correspondent. has been to one province. and her to disabled sums 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 stunned how they survived eisel and regular a year strikes the camp is their sanctuary. nobody knows the future but to god we ask permission life from him. 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 border with turkey three camps are merged into one almost seven hundred thousand syrians living here most are from th
Bloomberg
Oct 21, 2017 5:00am EDT
, russia banning it. these are all tests that bitcoin has gone through and they did it came right back. lily: it is so resilient, at least in the last year or so. you now have bitcoin and bitcoin cash. people were scared before this happens and the prices dropped but then it bounced right back up. china banmed the initial -- china banned the initial point offering that it went right back up. paul: until the point is that some -- assuming it gets -- jeff: -- any time soon. paul: that process will go on for a long time. yes, it is extremely volatile, but there are people like that kind of volatility. they are called traders. a lot of wall street traders are interested in this now because they can make money trading it. people who have been doing this for a long time our total keyboard cowboys. they love this thing. they stay up all night and traded and they do not care if it goes up or down. they are looking to make money off of it. part of bitcoin's attraction is it is volatile. there is still a small group of people trading and they are true believer tight and a lot of people are
ALJAZ
Oct 21, 2017 11:00am +03
. coming up it was called russia out of the white stuff but when i think of the york times. with my. well.
DW
Oct 21, 2017 7:00am CEST
does russia stand today and moscow's empire now or syria starting november fifth d.w. . the so-called islamic state has claimed responsibility for a duel bombing in afghanistan which killed more than sixty people one blast occurred during friday prayers at a mosque in kabul. the other targeted a mosque in the western part of the country. one person has been killed in a parent's knife attack at a shopping center in southern poland the attack occurred in the town of style level local police have arrested a twenty seven year old in connection with the attack and say terrorism was not a motive. pollution is the most common cause of death worldwide according to a new study even topping dust from more natural disasters or hunger according to the international study one in every six deaths is due to pollution with the majority occurring in developing countries. two u.s. astronauts went on a spacewalk friday to carry out crucial repairs to the international space station's robotic arm and help commander randy bresnik and joe acaba replaced a blurry camera and fixed a fuse in the robotic arms
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 11:56pm EDT
conference in 2015 actually damaged quite a lot the and so the position of russia is well-known. we do not want to join the nuclear weapons ban treaty and ,hose that support the treaty they believe that they are well-intentioned. they want to eliminate the ban on nuclear weapons completely. elimination of nuclear weapons is only possible if it equal and indivisible security is guaranteed for all. npts written down in the and the document on the nuclear weapons ban is far from this principle. when it has taken into account all of the factors achieving stability today. destabilized the nonproliferation regime. as a result, it has become less stable. is an agreement on the existing elements of the nonproliferation regime. what -- if the the nuclear-weapon free zone can be created in the middle east. the creation of this zone, as far as 1995, and the consensus was in 2015 and an opportunity was lost to actually move towards implementing this zone. we are convinced the lack of specific steps towards this goal of from the u.k. in the u.s. to all contribute to the creation of this zone wil
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 8:54pm EDT
yesterday. i would like you to address comments he made concerning the issue of russia, specifically russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government has made a project of turning americans against each other. and he said russian interference will not be successful. foreign aggression including cyber attacks, disinformation, and financial influence should never be downplayed or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments? ms. sanders: do we agree that russian interference should not be tolerated? absolutely. we have said that many times before and would certainly argue that has been repeated. i know i have said it at least a dozen times from this podium. reporter: i want to follow up with a question i asked you if times, most recently in july. it relates to our relationship with russia, and i have never gotten an answer from you. does president trump view russia as an ally, a partner, or an adversary? ms. sanders: a lot of that depends on russia and what type of relationship they want to have, and whether or not they want to be a good actor or a bad actor. and
states and russia. >> thank you. thank you and good luck. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2017] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] armed services chair john mccain and defense secretary james mattis poke briefly to reporters on capitol hill following their meeting about a recent attack on u.s. troops in niger.i >> what can you tell us about the meeting? the secretary: and i have had a series of to work we have had together. we discussed various issues. a pleasure to spend time with him and worked with him in these difficult times. saying thebeen administration had been holding out about the details. mccain: i felt we were not getting sufficient information and we are clearing that up now. as much what? on what? [indiscernible] senator mccain -- >> we can do better at communication. we can always improve on communication. senator mccain: could i just add, the relationship we have, that goes back 20 years. it is one of respect and appreciation and honoring hi
CNN
Oct 20, 2017 5:00pm PDT
report. i want to start with the panel. in some ways the white house spot in russia has seemed to have faded over the last four weeks mostly because of the mueller investigation going on behind closed doors and the senate's been doing a lot of its work behind closed doors. where do you think this all stand right now? in significant to the reporting that some of intelligence committee are starting to talk to the russians. >> well, look i think the don junior meeting is crucial. you have this e-mail, which is about getting the dirt on hillary clinton and didn't junior expressing gratitude and hope that this works out and then, no, no, this is about russian sanctions. this is sort of the elephant in the room and people are wondering whether in fact it's evidence of more that was going on or whether it was just a meeting that went no where as didn don junior says. i think special counsel mueller is doing his interviews with current former white house aids and intelligence committee are doing their interviews. and i think that this is -- pace and i think what everyone is waiting for is
DW
Oct 20, 2017 11:30pm CEST
russia but groups of adventure seekers are finding ways to bring some life back to these concrete skeletons. this was to be a sports and recreation home with an ice skating rink in the south of kiev but construction came to a whole years ago investors have fled. the site may be abandoned but it's not deserted a group of young people have made their way into the hall. they simply tell the watchman they have a permit no problem their leader or leg knows how to talk to security guards. for truth sites like this are often very large and the security guards can't be everywhere at once that's good for us. there are plenty of choices for outings like this and here experts have estimated the number of abandoned major construction sites around ukraine's capital at some two hundred one is this unfinished theater academy. oak about it scares an attorney and city councillor for a centrist party. she realizes just how much of a burden the unfinished building song but here. the skeleton of the planned academy stands in her electoral district. where on some of these construction sites work stopp
DW
Oct 20, 2017 11:00pm CEST
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 germany's chancellor races to pull together an awkward alliance agel americal holds her first full round of talks on forming a government with a coalition that has never been tried as a level. also coming up britain's to receive a tries to keep up appearances during right at talks in brussels but merkel says that negotiations cannot move forward until the divorce bill is agreed and in sports and to look to regain their composure after two poor result in a row but to say the leaders face a difficult trip to frankfurt on saturday and have fired unic on their tail. i'm sorry kelly welcome thanks for joining us german chancellor angela merkel has held her first full round of talks to piece together an unprecedented multi-party national governing coalition fifty politicians from her conservative c.d.u. the business friendly f.t.p. and the greens met today to see if they can work on topics ranging from the european union to finance
DW
Oct 20, 2017 10:30pm CEST
heritage where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth on d w. this is d w news allies germany's chancellor races to both together an awkward alliance aigle america holds her first full round of talks on forming a government a coalition that has never been tried at the level.
BBC News
Oct 20, 2017 8:45pm BST
latest project, 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 — 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 is 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 class 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. the dialogue
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 2:18pm EDT
york yesterday. and i would like you to address comments he made regarding the issue of russia, specifically russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government is making progress in turning americans against each other. and he said russian interference will not be successful, or will be cyber attacks and financial influence should never be downplayed or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments? ms. sanders: we agree russian interference shouldn't be tolerated we have said that many times before and would certainly argue that should be repeated. i know i have said it at least a dozen times from this podium. relating to our relationship with russia, i have asked you a few times and never gotten an answer from you. this president trump view russia as an ally, a partner, or a foreign adversary? of sanders: i think a lot that depends on russia and what type of relationship they want to have, and whether they want to be a good actor or a bad actor. and we are going to continue trying to work with them on certain things that are very important, particularly fo
CNN
Oct 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
yesterday. i'd like you to address some comments he made concerning the issue of russia. specifically, russian influence in the united states. he said the russian government has made a project of turning americans against each other. and he also said that russian interference will not be successful. foreign aggressions including cyber attacks misinformation and financial influence should never be down played or tolerated. do you agree with those sentiments? >> do we agree that russian interference shouldn't be tolerated? absolutely. we've said that many times before, and certainly would argue that that has been repeated, i know i've said it at least a dozen times from this podium. >> follow up. i asked you a few times, most recently in july. it relates to our relationship with russia and i've never gotten an answer from you on that. does the president, president trump, view russia as an ally, a partner, or an adversary? >> as i said before i think a lot of that depends on russia and what type of relationship they want to have. and whether or not they want to be a good actor or bad act
FOX News
Oct 20, 2017 11:00am PDT
russia trying to impact our 2016 elections. the one we need to address moving forward and keep a separate from whatever the contents were up to eight years ago. >> dana: let me ask you about that on the russia trying to interfere in the elections. there is legislation are being proposed by two democrats that would basically try to put some regulation on the internet companies, facebook, google, twitter, to basically have disclosures where it says, i'm dana perino and i approve this message and all these internet ads. this is the first time that the silicon valley giants have really stated the process of big regulation. i'm not sure how i feel about i it. >> i think 12 years ago, facebook didn't exist, and it now is where half of the world gets their information. the burden of success comes the burden of responsibility. i don't think it's terribly horrible to say this ad is paid by me. you just have to accurately say that i'm paying it. we require people to run for federal office to say how much money to the dollars that they spent when they buy a tv ad, why shouldn't we require s
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 1:57pm EDT
call me to lift the cloud on russia. and when jeff sessions was asked about that my senator feinstein and he said he couldn't answer because of executive privilege. the possibility that the president would eventually invoke executive privilege. pedro: does this have anything to do with the investigation being done by robert mueller? carrie: good question. robert mueller has not publicly spoken about the matter but the justice department has refused congressional attempts to interview senior officials at the fbi about comey's firing, because robert mueller may be looking into those matters as potential obstruction of justice. that is a big clue that this could be under mueller's authority at this point. and a bit of news, sessions stumbled and fumbled in answering those questions but eventually said he had not been interviewed by mueller and would cooperate when he is asked for an interview. ms. sanders:? were you surprised by that? ? carrie: i was surprised by that because we know that the deputy attorney general, rob rosenstein, has been interviewed by mueller. but in these investiga
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 12:44pm EDT
proliferation and outlaw regimes. and there is an aggressive challenge by russia and china to the norms and rules of the global order -- proposed revisions that always seem to involve less respect for the rights of free nations and less freedom for the individual. these matters would be difficult under any circumstances. they are further complicated by a trend in western countries away from global engagement and democratic confidence. parts of europe have developed an identity crisis. we have seen insolvency, economic stagnation, youth unemployment, anger about immigration, resurgent ethno-nationalism, and deep questions about the meaning and durability of the european union. america is not immune from these trends. in recent decades, public confidence in our institutions has declined. our governing class has often been paralyzed in the face of obvious and pressing needs. the american dream of upward mobility seems out of reach for some who feel left behind in a changing economy. discontent deepened and sharpened partisan conflicts. bigotry seems emboldened. our politics seems more vuln
DW
Oct 20, 2017 6:00pm CEST
controlled territory making independence even less likely you're drawing footage from russia has revealed the devastation caused by weeks of fighting between u.s. backed forces and militants from the islamic state group entire neighborhoods of the syrian city have been leveled with little sign of civilian life u.s. backed forces officially declared the city liberated today. two former u.s. presidents from across the aisle have come together to denounce trump era politics in separate speeches george w. bush and barack obama criticized the divisions in today's america this comes as the issue of hate speech takes center stage especially since president trump refused to condemn a white supremacist much this summer on thursday demonstrators stopped a white nationalist leader from speaking at the university of florida. we don't want no nazi hate their target and inside this florida university a leading figure in america's white supremacist movement calling for a white a new state and state he was hunted down amid heated exchanges. you're going to. fearing deadly violence like not recen
MSNBC
Oct 20, 2017 8:00am PDT
intelligence committee. she's expected to answer questions related to the russia investigation. she could also be asked about the fbi investigation into hillary clinton's use of private e-mail servers. >> it has officially been one month since hurricane maria devastated puerto rico, and the president is praising the federal response. listen to how he rated his administration's efforts at a press conference yesterday with the governor of puerto rico. >> mr. president, between one and ten how would you grade the white house response so far to the hurricane? >> i think it was a ten. i give ourselves a ten. we have provided so much so fast. we were actually there before the storm hit. i would give a ten. >> president trump says it's a perfect ten. but let's take a look at where the island stands today. nearly 80% of the island still without electricity. over half of the cell towers in the area are down, which means many residents are forced to travel miles away just to contact their loved ones here on the mainland. 30% of the island still doesn't have access to drinking water. last week the e
MSNBC
Oct 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
got a stronger u.n. sanctions regime with china and russia coming in. it's a game of chicken. and it terrifies the hell out of me. but this is the approach they seem to be taking. and are also trying to get south korea, japan and china more involved with the final solution of whatever happens, then they have been up until now. >> the vast majority of americans are worried we are going into a major war sometime in the next four years. how is the administration dealing with this? >> well, they may be pursuing a strategy of deliberately presenting the president as half crazy, but the understanding is that they are very concerned about the president's upcoming trick to asia when he is considering going to the demilitarized zone and eventually speaking. he could make more off-the-cuff remarks, he could antagonize kim jong-un. there's no controlling what he would say. and the consequences of that, as we have seen, can be escalation of this nuclear war talk. >> and i'll be traveling with the president, as will hallie jackson, normally seen at this hour. you guys are sticking around. the for
CBS
Oct 20, 2017 7:00am PDT
how russia influenced the election. it's not how russia influenced the election on social media. there are much bigger problems on social media. still, this should be done. >> who will oppose it? >> you can imagine the ad networks will oppose it because it will add a little bit of bureaucracy. it's possible the tech companies will oppose it. it might be good for them to have a little regulation. facebook was hurt massively by what happened in the last election. and also people who don't want any kind of campaign finance reform. you can see some republicans opposing it on that ground. >> how many millions of people does facebook say this reached? >> the number of people who are reached by russian political ads is a fairly small number. right. i mean, it's a couple of million people. >> and there's like 10 million, right? >> and reach is a very broad definition. to read something means you scroll through, it doesn't really mean you reached them in any substantial way. what's interesting is the online political ads are there. it is something that happened. but what's really problem
ALJAZ
Oct 20, 2017 2:00pm +03
exit. russia warns any break up of the iranian nuclear deal could affect the situation on the korean peninsula. hello kurdish peshmerga are sending reinforcements to the front line north of where their battle. iraqi forces. a bridge was blown up near the town of cooper oh as the sides exchanged mortar and rocket fire the kurds took up new positions on the road between erbil and kerr kook on thursday three days after they pulled out of the city well two and a cooper all lies near the border between kurdish and iraqi federal areas about forty kilometers northwest off occurred kook stephanie decker is on the erbil curfew cry away and you're just a few kilometers away from that front line stephanie tell us about it and what more you're hearing about these clashes. the fighting continues from what we understand were a couple of kilometers away as you mention we have seen smoke in the distance and just looking at the road really tells you a story immense military reinforcements being sent by the peshmerga counterterrorism forces also a lot of trucks with ammunition and you checkpoint has b
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 6:40am EDT
russia or cyber attacks during the election. freedom, spoke about security, and leadership. he went on to denounce bullying and politics and is about to mean minutes. president bush: thank you all. thank you. ok, padilla gracias. so, i painted ramon. i wish you were still standing here. it's a face only a mother could love -- no, it's a fabulous face. [laughter] i love you, ramon. thank you very much for being here. and, grace jo, thank you for your testimony. and big tim. i got to know tim as a result of presidential leadership scholars at the bush center along with the clinton foundation, with help from 41 and lbj's libraries. i am thrilled that friends of ours from afghanistan, china, north korea, and venezuela are here as well. these are people who have experienced the absence of freedom and they know what it's like and they know there is a better alternative to tyranny. laura and i are thrilled that the bush center supporters are here. bernie, i want to thank you and your committee. i call him bernie. [laughter] it's amazing to have secretary albright share the stage with condi an
DW
Oct 20, 2017 12:00pm CEST
heritage where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth on. this is deja news coming to you live from berlin britain's de reason we say she's confident that she was secure a good deal on bread said but she admits that there is still a long way to go before an agreement get released we'll have the latest from brussels also coming up he's been dubbed the czech version of donald trump billionaire businessman on dish bobbish is set to win the country's general election this weekend he's up against the euro and he's against migron so want to avoid a victory for mean for the czech republic. and the volga ocean race the was among those enduring saving events kicks off this weekend with a new rule change shaking up the competition. hello and welcome i'm on the thought she. e.u. leaders in brussels are trying to work out how to speed up talks and bragg said today was supposed to be the day when they announced the negotiations would be moving on to the next stage but the process has been stored by and number of core issues britain's tourism me has appeals to
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 5:30am EDT
shah or other parties in america's -- from russia or other parties in america's elections. >>> movie mogul harvey weinstein facing dozens of sexual assault and harassment allegation. now accused of threatening an aids charity. >> he threatened to investigate the board of amfar. according to minutes from a board meeting, he exploded in anger because believed the lawyer working for the charity was digging into his sex life. amfar the lawyer was looking into a deal weinstein made it with his chairman over money raised from an auction. >>> and weinstein is facing more fallout. yesterday the british film institute stripped the disgraced producer of his 2002 fellowship award. the institute's highest honor. in recent weeks, the motion picture academy ex-pemwanted weinstein and the film company he -- expelled weinstein, and the film company he founded fired him. >>> now to more on a deadly ignition problem. delaware gets $1.1 million. the attorney general said the money will be used to investigate and prosecute future deceptive practices that harm consumers. gm recalled more than nine millio
DW
Oct 20, 2017 11:15am CEST
. the soviet union's heritage where does russia stand today and moscow's empire our series starting november fifth on g.w. . this is deja news coming to you live from berlin britain's de reason many say she's confident that she was secure a good deal on bread said but she admits that there is still a long way to go before an agreement get released we'll have the latest from brussels also coming up he's been dubbed the czech version.
NBC
Oct 20, 2017 12:37am PDT
recently that after learning a special counsel had been appointed to investigate his ties to russia, donald trump berated attorney general jeff sessions in a meeting. here's the "new york times" headline about it. "trump humiliated jeff sessions after mueller appointment." and here's the more accurate headline, "troll insults elf." [ laughter and applause ] there you go, it's a more accurate headline. it's not that hard. [ applause ] donald and melania trump visited texas in the wake of hurricane harvey. and the first lady's outfit got a lot of attention. here's one headline about it. "melania trump wears black flotus hat to harvey visit." here's a more accurate headline. "melania can't find i'm with stupid hat." [ laughter and applause ] again, just be accurate. not that hard to get it right. a member of the royal family hit a big milestone recently, here's one headline about it. "prince george starts first day of elementary school." and here's a more accurate headline, "prince meets future servants." [ laughter and applause ] "no, you will take a nap. and you! everyone take naps.
NHK
Oct 20, 2017 4:30pm JST
in the soviet union there were three key images. one was from the second world war when russia fought germany. the poster had an image of a typical russian mother holding a piece of paper in her right hand. she called out "stand up! fight for your country!" i'm vietnamese but my own country was also embroiled in war. when i saw that image i was so moved that i wanted to cry. >> here is a copy of that picture. >> rugina is homeland, much is mother. it's an authentic expression of the artist's love for his country. >> in 1963 lam ended his five years of study and returned to vietnam. the war at home was starting to escalate. it didn't seem like the place for an artist but lam was soon caught up in the fighting. the 17th parallel divided vietnam between the north and the south. south vietnam was supported by the u.s. north by the ussr and china. in 1964 the u.s. began bombing the north. american troops landed in south vietnam the following year. more than 500,000 soldiers were stationed in the south as the vietnam war became mired in the stalemate. in response, north vietnam set u
ABC
Oct 19, 2017 11:35pm PDT
, you from brooklyn. people from brooklyn don't stop being from brooklyn. you lived in russia for 20 years, you're from brooklyn. >> jimmy: when you're shooting out on the street in brooklyn, how did people react? >> how did people react? well, this is what happened when they were shooting, the director said, action! and people started shooting. [ laughter ] it's gentrified. >> jimmy: it is gentrified. >> it really is gentrified. it's weird to see white people walking down myrtle avenue unafraid. [ laughter ] i'm a black man from brooklyn and i'm scared! what's going on here? i come out of a coma and everything changed. >> jimmy: tracy, you've worked with so many people over your career. anyone that you have not yet worked with that you do want to work with? >> eddie murphy. >> jimmy: you've never worked with eddie murphy? >> i will, though. >> jimmy: do you have something planned? >> i don't know if i have anything planned. i remember when he was on your show, he did an impression of me. when eddie does an impression of you, it's like michael jackson writing a song just for you. tha
ABC
Oct 20, 2017 1:37am EDT
? iran, russia, china. isis is not cablable of overthrowing the united states. under the right circumstances, russia and iran can be direct threats. is donald trump fit to be president of the united states. >> the american people made a decision. for me to say the american people are wrong is not appropriate. if there is conduct by a president of the united states, wwe have a way of getting rid of a president of the united states. it's called impeachment. until that happens i have to respect him as president of the united states. >> mccain has brain cancer. >> i have beaten them before. so much of this has to do with attitude. i am grateful. i am so grateful for this country and what it's given me. i always will be. >> when students, school students read about john mccain 20 years from now, what do you hope they'll learn from reading about you? >> he served his country. that's all. >> the full version, unedited version of my interview with mccain and joined by former vice president joe biden is on "6ab "6abc".com. we have the broadcast sunday at 1:00 p.m. >> the amount of time
DW
Oct 20, 2017 7:02am CEST
a fraud sick privatization was robbery the soviet union's heritage we're just russia's stand today and moscow's empire our serious.
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 12:55am EDT
during the bush institute summit in new york city, former president george w. for called out russia advanced cyber attacks during the 2016 election. president bush spoke about freedom, security, race relations and leadership. he went on to denounce bullying and prejudice in politics. [applause] pres. bush: thank you all. thank you. [applause] ok, padilla gracias. so, i painted ramon. i wish you were still standing here. it's a face only a mother could love -- no, it's a fabulous face. [laughter] pres. bush: i love you, ramon. thank you very much for being here. and, grace jo, thank you for your testimony. and big tim. i got to know tim as a result of presidential leadership scholars at the bush center along with the clinton center and with help from 41 and lbj's libraries. i am thrilled that friends of ours from afghanistan, china, north korea, and venezuela are here as well. these are people who have experienced the absence of freedom and they know what it's like and they know there is a better alternative to tyranny. laura and i are thrilled that the bush center supporters are her
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2017 12:26am EDT
quote investigations, i too can see russia from the house. [applause] speaker ryan: by the way, i really appreciate these last -- laughs. i usually do not get them unless i am debating joe biden. very much appreciate that. fact number three, with all of the experts, they all say your popularity has gone down because of my relationship with donald trump. some people disapprove of the way that i defend the president, others say i do not defend him enough. fortunately the media understands all of this, and they choose to ask me only questions on policy and issues. fact number four, john let the cat out of the bag on this, it is true, i once drove the oscar meyer wiener mobile. which basically meant people were constantly laughing at me. it was perfect preparation for being in congress. [laughter] speaker ryan: you know we call that in wisconsin? a chick magnet. [laughter] speaker ryan: it is. fact number five, i am a proud member of this church. you know, the catholic church actually has a lot in common -- [applause] speaker ryan: this church has a whole lot in common with washington, d.c.
ALJAZ
Oct 20, 2017 7:00am +03
says he made a speech at a u.s. university as russia spent his first major public appearance since violent demonstrations in charlottesville in may and he gallagher reports from gainesville in florida. the from the moment he took to the stage white supremacist richard spencer found himself at odds with his audience you. know what i am going to be the world for you won't have something. to do now. was we or soon to the e.u. oh no it was the we were the one that. was was for much of his speech chants of go home nazis echoed throughout the venue the university of florida didn't invite spencer but were unable to ban him because of freedom of speech laws following a state of emergency a huge security operation was launched some arrests were made and minor scuffles broke out but those that turned out to protest spencer and his racist views prevailed i just but it's really important for a person with a problem and i'm why i'm straight to come out here and denounce all hatred and bigotry and to show these people who advocate for cleansing and tonight and take a that there is no hate tolera
DW
Oct 20, 2017 5:02am CEST
just russia stand today and moscow's empires were serious.
CSPAN
Oct 19, 2017 11:02pm EDT
, russia, terrorism do you have the right coalition and partner capabilities outlined? >> with respect to iran, we have to build that. he had a different view without getting into right or wrong it was a different view and so the posture with respect to our allies in the region had to change as well. with respect to north korea, we focused a lot of the world's attention on that issue. president trump caused others to reengage and i do not mean just in the region, but those around the world are helping us against the targets, so i think it varies by country let's be clear we don't do policy that we respond to the president's priorities, he lays out the priority framework and we organize our resources and talent and skills against those priorities so we can deliver to the policymakers what it is that the media. >> are we good enough dealing with nonstate partners and this raises the question of how we deal with a situation in the kurdish north and iraq. are we able to balance our need for both state and nonstate partners especially difficult parts of the world that we need intell
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