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Dec 11, 2017 6:30pm EST
to. join all times as making history again this time in the middle east russia has banned from the two thousand and eighteen winter olympics is this politics on steroids and do neo cons and how saakashvili have no shame. credit is one of the basic instruments to drive an economy but it can also lead to tragedy i did it i took a line the whole gist i came to god and meant that the debts tike him and he was firing up. many lives have been broken by excess of the banks got you into trouble. big bankers got big. government the banks but i just didn't think of the. last morning through the back. creditors people see no future bad face have become ill get into a job your relationship breaks down you become a casualty is a life long trip or is there a way out of those actually going to bed or no would write code to ditch a bill for more risque more. pleasurable to remember a new venue don't. see the. what did they could put it. what in the most room headspace. makes. little kelly said. something to no service is that the. alex you speak french. lucia. was the listen delphic nothing new in
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 6:29pm EST
russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election. be sure to watch c-span's washington journal, live at 7:00 am eastern tuesday morning. join the discussion. watch c-span3 thursday at 10:30 a.m. eastern for live coverage of the fcc's vote on net neutrality. the boat is to roll back at neutrality is passed during the obama administration and intended to reduce regulation on the internet. live thursday at 10:30 a.m. eastern on c-span3,, or listen live with the free c-span radio app. former ambassadors from the u.s., canada, and mexico on negotiations of the north american free trade agreement. the case recording sports betting outside of las vegas. after that, three women who accuse president trump of sexual harassment call for congressional investigation. later today's white house briefing where secretary sanders sponsored questions on the president prosecutors. >> next, former ambassadors representing the u.s., canada, and mexico on the potential consequences of the u.s. exiting the north american free trade agreement, known as nafta. issues included the cost of everyday purcha
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
russia probe. a focus on when trump learned michael flynn committed a fel y felony. could steve bannon be a witness. >>> women accusing of donald trump of sexual misconduct and call for justice. >> nobody dreams of being ogled when you're a little girl wanting to wear a crown. >> he kissed me on the lips. >> i'm ari melber. you're watching "the beat" on msnbc. it's the phillips' lady! anyone ever have occasional constipation,diarrhea, gas or bloating? she does. she does. help defend against those digestive issues. take phillips' colon health probiotic caps daily with three types of good bacteria. 400 likes? wow! try phillips' colon health. (hard exhalation) honey? can we do this tomorrow? (grunts of effort) can we do this tomorrow? if you have heart failure symptoms, your risk of hospitalization could increase, making tomorrow uncertain. but entresto is a medicine that was proven, in the largest heart failure study ever, to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
ordered the withdrawal of russian troops. >> to the general command, i give this order. russia's military presence in syria has come to an end. the motherland awaits you, friends. i think you. >> budget money are skeptical, including the pentagon. president assad also assigned putin. >> these states are ready to fight against the islamic state, and against the virus of radical terrorism a. >> but it has been acknowledged that's the main targets of russian forces were not like this, but moderate rebels. now it involves a political gam game. >> this is an excellent example such a rose up from its knees, that russia is a great power. >> after syria, putin flew to egypt and sign a deal for a nuclear reactor. last month, egyptians also agreed to allow russia to use their military base. and on his third trip of the day, putin flew to turkey, where he met with the president to discuss the syria and jerusalem. putin plays a power broker. it has often been said about russia are trying to fill the vacuum left by the withdrawal from the middle east. and now, it seems putin is once again a t
NBC
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
russia investigation according to exclusive new reporting from nbc news. special counsel robert mueller is trying to piece together what happened from january 26 through february 13th. january 26th is the day former acting attorney general sally yates came to the white house to tell senior officials that then national security advisor michael flynn was susceptible to blackmail. february 13th is the day flynn was fired. investigators have asked witnesses to walk them through that time period and describe what was happening inside the white house in regards to flynn. questions appear to relate to whether president trump may have obstructed justice. according to two people familiar with the mueller investigation, the white house did not respond to nbc's request for comment. the special counsel's office declined to comment as well. >>> americans may be fiercely divided by politics, but they are united in their compassion for a boy brought to tears by bullies at school. >> you know, you've probably seen this video on social media. take a look. >> just out of curiosity, why do they wh
RT
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
the capital of israel. both russia and turkey think that the us administration's decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and move the american embassy that doesn't help progress in the middle east process on the contrary it destabilizes the difficult situation in the region in fact it could ruin the peace process altogether. denouncements and condemnation have come in hot and heavy from around the world have been protests worldwide globally and the specially in palestine in israel that palestinians are going out of the streets to voice their displeasure that the feeling of hurt that they're experiencing a feeling of betrayal president had once said that four palestinians have been killed two thousand people injured by the by the israel's israeli security services and this is just the beginning stages of the one was also very harsh in what he had to say he said that israel is using the situation to crack down on gas at the crack down on hamas will palestinians who also said that this is a crime what is happening and cannot be ignored by the international community
PBS
Dec 11, 2017 3:00pm PST
house officials said the department of justice is reviewing its legal options. in syria, russia's president vladimir putin said his country is partially withdrawing its troops from the war-ravaged nation. putin declared victory over the islamic state today during a surprise visit to a russian air base there. he also met with syria's president bashar al-assad. >> ( translated ): the terrorist threat in the whole world is still very high. however the task of fighting armed bandits here in syria, a task that it was essential to solve with the help of extensive use of armed forces, has for the most part been solved and solved brilliantly. i congratulate you! >> woodruff: putin is the first foreign head of state to visit syria since its civil war began in 2011. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu urged the european union today to follow president trump's lead in recognizing jerusalem as his country's capital. he met with the e.u.'s foreign policy chief, federica mogherini, in brussels. afterward, in a joint news conference, netanyahu praised mr. trump's decision, and called on mo
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 2:00am +03
bright is the future for the crypto currency. from the crisis to the war in syria russia's president vladimir putin has been staking his claim in the middle east on a whirlwind tour of the region the first stop was a surprise visit to associate airbase in syria's tuckey a province that's where putin ordered a partial withdrawal of his troops from syria he then flew to cairo for a planned talks with the egyptian president. and then double back and headed north to ankara for a meeting with turkey's president russia type amato reports a warm welcome for russian president vladimir putin in the talk. of its final destination in the two he has been to syria and egypt to. kremlin says the trip is meant to strengthen russian ties with these nations in ankara president putin an ado on what you've got to showcase improving relations between their countries they both criticized president all trumps decision on jerusalem but you weren't really sure you. should both russia and turkey think that the decision of the us to recognize to resell them as the capital of israel is not helping to solve the
CNBC
Dec 11, 2017 6:00pm EST
that we tend to take for granted. with the exception of russia, no other real industrialized country has access to so much cheap oil or cheap natural gas in fact, we've reached an odd place where we have far more energy than we ourselves can use. we're now producing about 10 million barrels of oil a day it doesn't mean we're not importing, but this is what we're doing. so million that's a record. it's even more impressive when you consider opec flooded the market with crude in order to drive our competitors out of business their strategy failed and the u.s. has become a major energy exporter that's huge for manufacturing. especially our plentiful and low cost natural gas supplies, which makes america a far more attractive place to build stuff. beyond that, our oil companies are more flushed than you'd expect at these prices because drilling costs keep coming down and they can find more oil with fewer rigs hey, by the way, that's why this rig count we follow on friday and the oil inventories on wednesday, hate to clue you in, but they really don't matter that much anymore. we're getti
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 1:32am +03
russia next year with detailed coverage tried to imagine it only seven years ago people were living right here. now deceased has taken over their land from around the world donald trump is promising a major policy announcement on trade a potential challenge to khorat a missed opportunity a rod. under serious skies a bomb shattered monument towards destructive powers yet amid the ruins the defiant still resist and somehow survived. people in power investigates how the suburb of damascus has refused to crumble under the might of assad's army. one of two at this time on al jazeera a new era in television news. look. at those insurgencies atol still do things in secret i mean this we had actual victims who had survived torture detention and saying this was the cause of my arrest if you could. just stay like we did stoop to about this conviction that everyone has a deep reservoir of thomas but otoh if you can give them the opportunity to wonderfully and stop to look at the actual distance there's at least twenty thousand for him to refugees who live here we badly need at this moment lead
PBS
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
president assad. it is russia's military operation which has kept the syrian leader in power. and then it was on to the soldiers. president putin told the troops their motherland was proud of them. he expressed russia's gratitude for what they had achieved in syria. addressing the troops, president putin said that the russian and syrian armies had routed the most fearsome group of international terrorists. he announced the withdrawal of a large part of russia's military contingent. the soldiers, he said, could return home victorious. the russian campaign in syria was controversial. western governments claimed that russian airstrikes were targeting the moderate syrian opposition. moscow ignored the criticism. today, president putin said his troops have performed brilliantly, and that the operation in the air and at sea had shown the growing power of russia's military. russia believes its military campaign in syria has been a success, not only in terms of defeating isis and keeping the key ally president assad in power, but also, russians believe that the campaign have raised the country's
RT
Dec 11, 2017 5:30pm EST
is very and to rein in. some states but also they have. more open relationship with. russia. and this is very much rejected by so dear abia but i think if you have a conflict the place too many conflicts and you want to solve and i think it's better to have some relations if not good relations done just to have also relations and i think in this respect although is playing it so it kind of intermediary role because of the exclusion by the other gulf cooperation states. has moved more in the direction of iran. because of this oman is a case apart because they have growth of legal relations but i think this whole attitude against iran could be a little bit could be changed i mean from an minutes and. then most at the stood at the towards more reconsider the eighty three attitude but one of these so the princes once told me that the sudanese have in their d.n.a. a kind of hostility towards iran. we'll see how it all plays out lester is and thank you very much for the centennial were talking ten a class man down former special envoy to syria thatcher and diplomat about the civil war
LINKTV
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm PST
state militant grou. right yeah to the general could now i confess order. but you should russia's military cousins where year old past contra. i don't another awaits you. safe journey. i think for your service. clinton said russia was continued to operates an air base and naval facility in syria and would repel on the fresh attacks by g. houses. he also told authorities keep working with turkey and iran to help bring peace to syria. david to follow his victory on the arrival of president vladidimir putin s a great honor for me. assad has russian forces to thank for helping to strengthen his position on for changing the course of the conflict in syria was noticeably and aleppo wearable rise of air strtris or carries anthem that'll house areas. before the city fell in december twenty sixteen. monday's announcement shuttles and play well with russian version is coming less than a week after conclude conferring simply running for a fourth term as president's. now all eyes are on the u. s. state although alabama this monday where bush is a set to decide in a tight race for the senate.
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 11:02pm CET
you. russia's president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of russian troops from syria putin made the announcement on a surprise visit to an airbase in syria where he met with syrian leader bashar al assad now it was putin's first trip to the country where russia watched an air campaign back in two thousand and fifteen. the military was tossed out fighting militia groups here in syria the tasca that was supposed to be solved using lots of military force was in general achieved. it was achieved brilliantly. but i congratulate you was that i will now putin also made stops in turkey and egypt journalist ruth michelson is following putin's tour for she joins us from cairo tonight good evening to you ruth so what did we see in syria today was this putin's mission accomplished moment. well i think got him and he certainly wanted it to be it's mission accomplished but he touched down in a syrian and base to be met by president bashar assad as he said and made an announcement about troop withdrawal from syria we actually still quite a similar an announcement from latin and peac
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm PST
the president. >>> and why the russia investigation could come down to 18 key day fs in 2017. this is "mtp daily," and it starts right now. >>> good evening. i'm katy tur in new york in for chuck todd. welcome to "mtp daily." tomorrow could change everything. alabama voters will either send an accused child molester to the senate, freaking out a lot of republicans, or deliver a stinging rebuke against the president, which is going to freak out a lot of republicans. a lot have changed since last year when president trump was elected despite multiple allegations of sexual assault. yet here we are wondering if the endorsement of a president accused of sexually assaulting women will clinch a victory for a senate candidate accused of sexually assaulting teenagers. both the president and roy moore denied the allegations against them, but senate leaders have made it very clear that they're going to investigate the allegations against roy moore if he wins. and today three of the president's accusers held a press conference to demand that congress investigate the allegations against him, to
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 5:00pm EST
their bombshell reporting on the trump russia collusion there. and at this time with the story about attorney general jeff sessions. they got that one wrong too. they're going to have more on that in just a second. let's take this to political panel and democrat strategist daniel. kurt, all right. let's get to this latest bombshell report that cnn is now quietly walking back. the cnn, kurt, initially had reported that jeff sessions had failed to disclose meetings he had with the russian ambassador. but jeff sessions was saying all along, kurt, that he was told by the fbi because he's a senator he did not have to list those meetings. he wanted to list them, but he didn't. what do you make of this fight with sarah sanders and cnn today? >> well, liz, you know, here's the problem. we have a journalist class and a certain kind of journalist, a liberal-leaning journalist in most cases that believes that they should be treated as neutral professionals who are trying to do a great job at telling the truth. except they don't want to do the hard work of being neutral professionals who do the
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 11:00pm CET
egypt. russia has been syrian government's main military back in the country's ongoing civil war. china is denying reports in germany that it used to social networking site linked in together personal information about german politicians and all the officials germany's domestic intelligence agency sat more than ten thousand germans have been targeted by chinese spies posing as had tons has a research is that beijing sat there was no truth in the accusations. morning rush hour in manhattan an explosion at one of the city's busiest transit hubs four people injured including a suspected terrorist who police say wanted to blow him self up tonight we don't know why police are keeping quiet about what he said just before the blast. this is the day. that. the backup plan was this was the head of the the terrorist.
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 1:00am +03
russia's going influence in the middle east visiting syria egypt and turkey all in one thing. that i'm dealing with on this is al jazeera live from london also coming up the u.s. recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital continues to draw anger sending thousands into the streets in lebanon. bangladeshi man targets the new york subway with a homemade bomb that injures him and three of us plus that's what our country is doing again we're dreaming big president trump launches a new u.s. marine mission to lead the way to an eventual mission to mars. there one month into the program russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of his troops from syria he made the announcement during a surprise visit to syria where he held talks with president bashar al assad it was part of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies which some are calling a victory tour well first stop was the unshared children visit to they came from an air base in syria's latakia province then flew to cairo for plan talks with the gyptian president al sisi before doubling back and heading no
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 4:30pm EST
mel management on 22 million persons' security clearances. and last year russia was caught trying to undermine our democratic process. these kind of attacks are simply unacceptable. we must not allow them to continue. fortunately, we have prioritized cybersecurity issues that the committee on homeland security over the last few years and have taken strong bipartisan action. in 2014, committee efforts resulted in the enactment of legislation that provided d.h.s. expedited hiring authority ensuring d.h.s. is accessing its work force and clarified the department's role in the cybersecurity of federal networks. in 2015, the cybersecurity act provided liability appreciations from private to heist and cyberthreat information sharing. while these are important actions, we need to do more and today we have a chance to do just that. the legislation before us streamlines the infrastructure of the national protection and programs doctorate and redesignates it as the cybersecurity and infrastructure agency. this realignment will achieve d.h.s.'s goal of creating a stand alone operational organiz
RT
Dec 11, 2017 4:30pm EST
history again this time in the middle east russia has banned from the two thousand and eighteen winter olympics is this politics on steroids and to neo cons and how saakashvili moshing. here's what people have been saying about rejected and this is a full on. the only show i go out of my way to you know what it is that really packs a punch. yeah john oliver a party america is doing the same we are apparently better than the blue. sea people you've never heard of. jack tonight president of the world bank hey. seriously send us an email. we do have a huge amount of cleavage to switch to the crux of the most of both an activity of them all is the elections of our schools we do hundreds of meetings and israeli and palestinian high schools. there used to be a time when i was going. to the most sessions per day no i'm. sure more on. this often going to the most stations more often sitting at my computer and posting one message just about the most relations look at what you are going to wear them with. to pass the take. this think you need it pass. and there are also difficult to get t
Al Jazeera
Dec 12, 2017 12:00am +03
russia's growing influence in the middle east visiting syria egypt and turkey all in one day. this is the u.s. recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital continues to draw anger sending thousands into the streets in lebanon. a near miss in new york as a bangladeshi man targets the subway with a homemade bomb that injures him and three other spots that's what our country is doing again we're dreaming big. president trump launches a new us with a mission to lead the way through an eventual mission to mars. in s'pore the most lucrative competition in club football underlines its blockbuster status grandmother the defending champions right i will play currie son jim in the last sixteen of the champions. russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of us troops from syria he made that announcement during a surprise visit to syria where he held talks with president bashar al assad it was part of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies which some are calling a quote victory tour well the first stop was the unshared job visit to the came in air base in syr
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm GMT
russian military contingent in syria is home to russia. russia intervention has undoubtedly made a difference. but at a cost. the uk—based syrian observatory for human rights says russian air strikes in syria have killed 6,328 civilians, including 1,537 children. and we should be clear — this announcement today is not the end of russia's military presence there. olga ivshina from bbc russian can explain. troops are being withdrawn, some helicopters and fighter jets troops are being withdrawn, some helicopters and fighterjets have already flown back to russia, but actually, a russian presence remains in syria. there are two military bases, russian linked bases in syria, unable one and an airforce one and that is very important for mr putin to keep. that allows him to re—establish himself as a very important player, at least, in the middle east and he will try to present himself as an important player on the international arena as well because he uses this syrian card, big gamble on wider issues also discussing matters with the united states, turkey, iran, the eastern ukraine,
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 1:00pm PST
russia investigation is a really good question. he was a critical player in that white house for several months, for eight months. he was presumably involved in a lot of very important meetings. we haven't yet to this date, though, understood what exact role he played in that. it's not surprising the special counsel may want to know about that. >> peter baker and robert costa, thank you for spending time with us. >>> when we come back, bob mueller's timeline. exclusive new nbc news reporting today about the exquisite detail that the special counsel investigation is paying to 18 days in january and february and why they might lead directly to the oval office. to most people, i look like most people. but on the inside, i feel chronic, widespread pain. fibromyalgia may be invisible to others, but my pain is real. fibromyalgia is thought to be caused by overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i'm glad my doctor prescribed lyrica. for some, lyrica delivers effective relief for moderate to even severe fibromyalgia pain. and improves function. lyrica may cause seriou
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 10:00pm CET
but he's. russia and it's disappearing conflict in september twenty fifth teen it was moscow's biggest intervention in the middle east in decades since then russian forces also battled more moderate rebel groups opposed to the syrian president bashar assad. russian asterix helped to tide in assaults favor something the syrian president own knows too well. well that not only is president vladimir putin proud of you but i'm also proud of you and i thank you. russia's military presence in syria is set to continue moscow says it plans to maintain pam and bases and keep its forces there strike ready. and after syria putin also made stops in turkey and egypt during talks with the egyptian president. putin agreed to resume civilian flights to egypt now there were those flights were halted two years ago after militants downed a russian passenger plane over the sinai the leaders also signed an eighteen billion euro deal to build egypt's first nuclear power plant here is some of the other stories now that are making headlines around the world the former georgian president mikhail saakash
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 3:59pm EST
talk about the latest in the investigation into whether russia interfered with the election. watch live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on tuesday morning. join the discussion. >> nt,
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 3:30pm EST
billion project official. the move will increase russia's influence in the region. global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. i am mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. julia: "what'd you miss?" the clock is ticking on tax cuts. toublicans have one week reach agreement if they will get a bill to president trump before the holidays. let's get the latest from the national political reporter on capitol hill. i read your article this morning and loved it. we have heard for political reasons the g.o.p. needs to get overhaulverall haul -- signed and sealed. you looked at history when people did see a tax cut. in some cases, they thought their taxes have risen. talk us through the numbers. >> in 2009, which was an instance where president obama and congress passed the stimulus included a tax cut for 95% of working households, it was about $800 for married couples which is roughly the same amount households making $40,000 to $100,000 would gain under the trump republican tax plan. these are working-class voters, president trump's base he has p
RT
Dec 11, 2017 3:30pm EST
making history again this time in the middle east russia has banned from the two thousand and eighteen winter olympics is this politics on steroids and do neo cons and how saakashvili have no shame. cross talking some real news i'm joined by my guest mark sloboda he's an international affairs and security analyst we also have exclusive for he's the director and writer for the duran dot com and we have victrola which is a political analyst as well as a leading expert at the center for actual politics or a german crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i always appreciated the reverse of the ricochet effect of donald trump recognizing jerusalem as the capital of israel continues and we all expected that here mark i understand you've been mining the pearls of wisdom coming from that woman that has a ph d. in who believe studies nikki haley at the united nations i have to say that this stand up comedian at the us a sense of security council is even funnier than the last one although i know she's largely taking her crib notes she's got some some zi
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 3:19pm EST
fake news and talks quite a bit about, and his silence on actual disinformation campaigns ike russia ran during the 2016 elections to deliberately spread false information. both his silence on that and does he recognize the difference between these two? sarah: difference -- look, the president simply calling out a very direct and false accusation lodged against him. there was nothing more than an individual trying to put their bias into their reporting. and something that frankly has gotten a little bit out of control. we've seen it time and time again over the last couple of weeks. a number of outlets have had to retract and change and rewrite and make editors' notes to a number of different stories. some of them with major impacts, including moving markets. this is a big problem and we think it's something that should be taken seriously. reporter: any difference between reporter's mistakes and disinformation campaign by a foreign government? sarah: i haven't spoken to him about that but we would take any misinformation like that seriously. it's not something we're comparing the two
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 3:07pm EST
all prop beganda, it's all propaganda, and this very much the russian world of information in russia. it's your p.r., their been r. hey if lost that bearing about reporting versus opinion, and fact versus fiction. that has sort of gone sideways and i don't think that declaring a source any is too late as propaganda help this public. i don't think they'll know even -- they'll read a story that says at that time rt or sputnik had to register, and when they sift, as long it's appeal thor preferences there's going to couldn't assume it. it's good they do that so there's awareness this is a state sponsored news outlet and many other state sponsored news outlets from around the world. we see this with all authoritarian regimes but how the public consumed-as long it's makes then happy they'll keep filling their billy and noggin with whatever you feet them. so any outlet, whether u.s. or oversea, nose that's the formula for content dissemination. >> one back there. >> i'm craig charney. i think people from from the foreign policy or tech communes, we do survey research for campaigns and mark
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 11:00pm +03
troops from syria as part of our life as parts of a lightning two of russia's middle east and allies person held talks with president bashar al assad at a russian air base in syria's luck takeo province into as tired as more. at a military base in western syria a visit by blood near putin it's the first time the russian president goes to syria since the start of the war nearly seven years ago he was greeted by senior officers and warmly embraced by president bashar al assad. putin's forces have been helping his troops since two thousand and fifteen when the syrian government was on the brink of collapse in a speech putin declared victory over what he described as terrorists and announced the partial pullout of his soldiers from syria not ingenue you don't know much about but he goes the way to the general command i give the russia's military presence in syria has come to an end and the motherland awaits you friends safe journey i thank you this. putin also pledged to continue to support syria's military by keeping some of his forces on the ground before departing for the egyptian cap
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 9:00pm CET
thank you very much. russia's president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of russian troops from syria putin made the announcement on a surprise visit to an airbase in syria where he met with the syrian leader bashar al assad it was putin's first trip to syria where russia launched an air campaign back in twenty fifteen. the military was tossed out fighting militia groups here in syria the toxic that was supposed to be solved using military force was in general achieved. it was achieved brilliantly. i congratulate you but. now putin also made stops in turkey and egypt journalists ruth michaelson is following putin's tour for she joins us from cairo tonight good evening to you ruth so what did we see in syria today was this putin's mission accomplished moment. well i think that event he certainly wanted it to be his mission accomplished but that he touched down in a syrian and base to be met by president bashar assad as he said made an announcement about troop withdrawal from syria we actually still quite a similar and outspent lot of men whose in about a year ago and
BBC News
Dec 11, 2017 8:00pm GMT
syrian president bashar assad as he arrived at a russian air base. russia first intervened in the conflict in 2015, staging air strikes in support of the syrian government. 0ur moscow correspondent steve rosenberg reports. for more than two years, his troops have been at war in syria. today, vladimir putin made a surprise visit to the russian airbase here. his message — mission accomplished. here to see him, and to thank him, was president assad. it's russia's military operation which has kept the syrian leader in power. and then it was onto the soldiers. president putin told the troops, their motherland was proud of them. he expressed russia's gratitude for what they had achieved in syria. addressing the troops, president putin said that the russian and syrian armies had routed the most fearsome group of international terrorists. he announced the withdrawal of a large part of russia's military contingent. the soldiers, he said, could return home victorious. the russian campaign in syria was controversial. western governments claimed russian air strikes were targeting the modera
FOX News
Dec 11, 2017 12:00pm PST
when he was a candidate to go make contact with russia. a couple of other cases since that had been walked back. sarah huckabee sanders did challenge my colleagues in the briefing room. she got worked up to the point that have never seen her before. watch this. >> when journalists make honest mistakes, they should own up to it. sometimes, and a lot of times, you do not. i'm sorry -- i am not finished. there is a very big difference between making an honest mistake and purposely misleading the american people. something that happens regularly. you cannot say -- i am not done. you cannot say, you cannot say it is an honest mistake when you are purposely putting out information that you know to be false. or when you are taking information that has not been validated, that has not been offered any credibility and continually denied by a number of. >> certainly, the president on a couple of occasions issued dismisses on twitter when given further examination. i'm not exactly sure lined with the facts, but there seems to be a race here to make recently so that news organizations are tryin
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 10:32pm +03
in london our current top stories on al-jazeera russia.
RT
Dec 11, 2017 2:30pm EST
oust assad possibly with russia's cooperation but you need european allies in the fight against isis on syria and iran and you know our european allies are starting to question american leadership i mean we were hanging year with a president that wants to be an isolationist and an economic nationalist to the detriment of american interests in asia giving it up to china in latin america not having any policy in europe insulting and not working with our european allies and so many issues of common ground ambassador bill richardson thank you now after the break good thousands of criminals go free because of the privatization of forensic science is that the reason may we speak to the so-called gold father of forensics about what could be up to ten thousand cases of alleged data manipulation in the private lab all the civil coming over but to have going on the ground. like when you're on those thrones. if somebody would have been going to spend my life to playing to get into the discovery process. the solti was clearly seen. every night over we were attacked by the arabs over we will atta
CNN
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
and talks quite a bit about and his silence on actual disinformation campaigns like russia, iran during the 2016 election to deliberately spread false information, so both his silence on that and does he recognize the difference between these two? >> difference, look, the president is simply calling out a very direct and false accusation lodged against him. there was nothing more than an individual trying to put their bias into their reporting and something that, frankly, has gotten a little bit out of control. we've seen it time and time again over the last couple of weeks a number of outlets have had to retract and change and re-write and make editor's notes to a number of different stories and some of them with major impacts including moving markets. this is a big problem and we think it should be something taken seriously. >> -- the information campaign by a foreign government. does he see a distinction there? >> i haven't spoken with him about that, but we would take information like that very seriously, but it's not something we're comparing the two on. >> journalists make
Bloomberg
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
discussing his charges with foreign news media last week but did not punish him for it. russia and egypt will sign a deal to build the first nuclear power plant in north africa. russian president vladmir putin arrived in kind of today. it is valued at $30 billion. it will increase russia's presence and political influence in the region. global news, 24 hours a day, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. i'm mark crumpton. this is bloomberg. scarlet: thanks so much. coming up, central-bank bonanza 13 of them do to meet this week starting with the fed tomorrow. why investors are are bracing for the most tightening in a decade. new york, this is bloomberg. -- from new york, this is bloomberg. ♪ ♪ scarlet: this is "bloomberg markets." is a big week for central banks. decisions are coming from the federal reserve the ecb, and with national banks among others pay the fed announcement on wednesday will be followed by janet yellen's final news conference as fed chair. joining us from stamford, connecticut is john briggs. great to speak with here. i know tha
FOX Business
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
like russia ran during this 2016 election to deliberately, spread false information so both his silence on that, does he recognize the difference between these two? >> difference, look the president simply calling out a very direct and false accusation lodged against him. there was nothing more than an individual trying to put their bias into the reporting. and something that frankly has gotten a little bit out of control. we've seen time and time again over the last couple weeks, a number of outlets had to retract and change and rewrite, make editor's notes to a number of different stories. some of them with major impacts including moving markets. this is a big problem and something that should be taken seriously. reporter: any difference between reporters mistakes and disinformation campaign by foreign government. do you see distinction. >> i haven't spoken with him about that, we would take any disinformation about that very seriously but not something we're comparing two on. reporter: sarah, journalists make honest mistakes, doesn't make it fake news. when journalists make h
MSNBC
Dec 11, 2017 11:00am PST
attack in the new york city this morning. >>> next, we turn to the russia investigation and our exclusive reporting about robert mueller's new focus. he's honing in on the first 18 days of president trump's days in office. with most airline credit cards, you only earn double miles when you buy stuff from that airline. is this where you typically shop? is this where anyone typically shops? it's time to switch to the capital one venture card. >>> so much for that commercial break. here is sarah huckabee sanders commenting on the new york city attack this morning. >> these brave first responders and the others who rushed to the scene are heros. on behalf of the president and a grateful nation, thank you for their bravery. this attack underscores the need for congress to work with the president on immigration reforms that enhance our national security and public safety. we must protect our borders, ensure that individuals entering our country are not coming to do harm to our people, and we must move to a merit-based system of immigration. additionally, this attack comes as our coali
Al Jazeera
Dec 11, 2017 10:00pm +03
. at this time on. that any of this it highlights of russia's going influence in the middle east visiting syria egypt and turkey in just one day. to day i'm julie macdonald this is al jazeera live from london also coming up thousands of hezbollah supporters rally in lebanon against the u.s. recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital. a bangladeshi man targets the new york subway detonating a homemade bomb and wounding himself and three others. scuffles in kiev outside a court which is now ruled to free a physician leader mikhail saakashvili in custody. of their a warm welcome to the program and a solar revolution has helped greece hit its climate targets broken promises on. putting other homeowners off investing i do apologize i think we're on the wrong script there russian president vladimir putin has ordered a partial withdrawal of us troops from syria he made that announcement during a surprise visit to syria where he held talks with president bush. now it was part of a whistle stop tour of russia's middle east allies first stop was the un shuttle visit to the cayman airbase
RT
Dec 11, 2017 2:00pm EST
that for example in russia in madrid in london in. oh oh so all of this is very much sort of consistent with their terrorism when. do you think that we can take any comfort from this in the sense that nobody was killed on this occasion and it seems as if they say explosive device they say was was pretty poorly made does that suggest that it is actually still even in this day and age quite difficult to make a homemade explosive. what it suggests is that there is wide variation in the quality of terrorists some terrorists are able to follow instructions maybe they have direct training maybe they spent time for example in libya are we going to risk there or in syria for example. this guy you know clearly comes across as a novice oh man so yeah so some people are simply more capable than others at carrying out terrible atrocities by all indications this was on a low chair crude pipe bomb it may not have been detonated at the rate he didn't kill anybody it's one person who seems to be seriously harms is the perpetrator himself oh we've seen attacks like that before for example who
Deutsche Welle
Dec 11, 2017 8:00pm CET
a difference in this conflict. russia's president vladimir putin has declared victory in syria and announced a partial withdrawal of russian troops from the country during a surprise visit to syria today putin said the task of fighting what he called armed bandits is now mostly complete and he said a significant part of the russian forces will now return home and he praised the russian military for doing what he called quote a spectacular job. russian so just in syria welcoming the commander in chief at the him a military base and on his first visit to the country floody may have put in an ounce that the bulk of troops stationed here can now return home. last week the russian military declared victory in syria overbought it cold terrorist groups including islamic state and al-qaeda for president putin it's now mission accomplished. that unity with the terrorist threat in the whole world is still very high. however the task of fighting bandits here in syria. that was essential to solve with the extensive use of force has for the most part been solved and it's been solved spectacular
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 1:59pm EST
the f.b.i. russia investigation. and how it compares to previous investigations. washington journ" continues. host: it is time for your money segment, this week we take a cost of special investigations with our guest andrea noble, who works for the covers the imes, justice department and law enforcement issues for that publication. good morning. we talk about special investigations, but we don't talk about the cost sometimes. from the justice department about the cost, what did we learn? guest: we've learned the cost so which is since robert mueller was appointed, has been million, part of that ould have been money, 3.5 million, money spent as part of the investigation anyhow. parts were attributable to his direct investigation, cost for working with him and so forth. host: as total price tag of $7 illion, how does that compare to other investigations? guest: well, some have gone up $73 million for ken some around $2 million for short, concise know, igations, you depends obviously how long it goes and how much is involved, pretty broad range looking back over the last two decades
RT
Dec 11, 2017 1:30pm EST
help of on the one side russia and iran and on the other side by the americans how much the americans are still prepared to support the people they were supporting before or whether offered has been defeated they will lose their interest and they don't want i think at all and the confrontation with russia in syria and probably also not the other way around now there's all this talk of a fish or pre-lit political transition in syria and how maybe gone after a peace deal is hammered out now we keep hearing about the opposition and what they want but what should we do with those who fight for us that are they going to just accept something they fought so hard to prevent. well i think the main forces in syria fighting for. are supporting him are russia and hezbollah and iran and they none of them wants to news their allies so they will keep supporting him. supporting they will keep supporting the regime because they don't want to lose a strategic ally what about you know syrians who are certainly a partially not all of syria but a lot of people in syria are still supporting assa
CSPAN
Dec 11, 2017 1:10pm EST
internal rate of return but given three countries and given the 1998 russia crisis and given our development objectives, our view was that if we focused on preservation of capital and modest returns, investing in the quality of our staff and leaving a legacy behind of a more developed capital market that we would have done our job. we are still at it now as a legacy foundation so while i don't think what we did is necessarily replicable in the same way in tunisia and egypt because the political environments are so different, i would like to think that the enterprise fund is an example of why the concept should have a second life, perhaps with some different rules in different environments, but it is definitely a worthwhile endeavor and the ability to leverage private sector volunteers which we all are as board members with usaid and state department folks as well as local governments and local citizens i think is a wonderful model of public diplomacy. >> so kim, how important is it to have the right board. >> it is the number one and only thing. we were very lucky. we have six bo
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