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this is they don't use light from both lens britain's allies launch a wipe of diplomatic expulsions against russia over the poisoning of a form of double agents all because you saw oil rig wakes up to touch them so i just get tired of united states time some fifteen european nations are exporting russian diplomatic stuff russia says it will respond in kind all something on the program its banks most wanted man passed by you see germany judge that's all talk about seven discreet a college bush may be extradited to spain was a cop told the cops long topical boss love it remains on edge after
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a night of part of the time. retirees are voting come because in egypt's presidential election president how sisi opens up to went to so many view the photo as a shop for signs of tanakh will be closely watched. all. the. time for a welcome to the program. britain's prime minister says it's the largest expulsion of russian intelligence officers in history united states canada ukraine and fourteen e.u. countries are expelling more than one hundred russian intelligence officers over the poisoning of a former spy in britain so they're going to cripple at least dogs that remain in critical condition in hospital after being exposed to a nerve agent meaning the city of souls but earlier this month britain blames moscow theater russia denies involvement british prime minister to resign may
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presented her evidence of russian involvement to european allies last week in the last few minutes she has welcomed the coordinated response which she says sends a strong signal to moscow day eighteen countries have announced their intention to expel more than one hundred russian intelligence officers probably. this includes fifteen e.u. member states as well as the united states canada and the ukraine and this is the largest collective expulsion of russian intelligence offices in history. i have found great solidarity from our friends and partners in the e.u. north america and nato and beyond over the past three weeks as we have confronted the aftermath of the salzburg incident and let's get responses from muslim and young here in clare richardson in washington the major had got storage in moscow as well as ben we got in brussels that welcome all we'll start with you simon young and then what is germany been saying about the four diplomats that it is to expel.
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well fool the german government has told the russian embassy here in berlin that four of its people of course a leave within the next seven days and it says that this is intended as a strong signal of solidarity with the united kingdom and of the determination that an attack on germany's partners and allies cannot go without a response at the same time the german government has stressed that it remains open for dialogue with moscow it doesn't want to cut off old toys and it's also linked to this action interestingly with cyber attacks which the german government believes have been carried out against german government computer systems sourced in russia as it says so a comprehensive response very much in line with what the british government has been asking for so for diplomats gone from germany sixty going from the united states a clear richardson what's washington saying well phil this is the toughest action
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the trump administration has taken against russia and a major turn from what we've seen up until this point trungpa been criticized of course for not being tough enough on russia and in fact just last week if you'll remember he called out america tend to congratulate him on his election victory despite widespread claims of fraud now it has announced this has not announced this expulsion himself but the white house released a statement today accusing russia of destabilizing activities around the world and they're saying that this move is meant to make it harder for russia to spy on americans it's of course important to remember that this is not the first time we've seen the u.s. sent home suspected russian spies obama in late two thousand and sixteen expelled thirty five russians in response to meddling in the u.s. elections but this is certainly the biggest expulsion we've seen it since the mid eighty's when president reagan expelled almost the same number as we're seeing today to moscow than drugs so rich the kremlin says this is a provocative gesture what else they say. well
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product of gesture in the sense that russia russia's point is still russia's part of us still we have nothing to do with souls very so there's no reason for punishing us because foreign ministry condemned the expulsion of the diplomats they said this is an unfriendly act and will not go without consequences from and spokesman dmitri peskov said that president putin would make the final decision about how moscow is going to respond so we will see some sort of tit for tat in the days to come if germany expels for russian diplomats moscow is going to do the same and they will definitely expel more americans after washington is kicking out more than sixty russian diplomats that being said moscow has the konami interests germany and the e.u. are still very important trade partners so i don't think that russia is interested
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right now in making a bad situation worse but really gets it in brussels what do we learn from the fact that only hof of a you countries have backed this move. that means of the other is still in doubt if these measures are really necessary and really effective and that's why e.u. council president on interest could only say that is highly likely that russia is behind the attacks with the nerve agent there is for him no other plausible explanation but there's still no real evidence for some of the countries nevertheless this is the biggest concerted effort diplomatic effort the u.s. undertaken in such a case and this is also a show of solidarity for the british despite the fact that britain is leaving the european union in the brics it pro says and it's not excluded that there's still more to come sanctions against russia could be prepared in the next weeks do we get that in brussels thank you may drag us origin claridge's and simon young thank you
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as well. spain's most wanted fugitive has spent the night in a german jail as a german court decides whether to extradite him back to spain catalan separatist leader khaled putumayo was detained on sunday while traveling through germany to belgium where he's been in self-imposed exile is wanted by spanish authorities over his role in catalonia so an authorised independence vote the rest is angered many catamounts with street protests erupting in the regional capital boss alone and about ninety people injured in clashes between protesters and security forces. precision monsta tension has ignited anger in catalonia supporters of the former leader brought traffic to a standstill near the region's border with a rest of spain. despite the protests madrid isn't backing down in pursuit of its most wanted man. but it. includes a long time. i said it many times that. those people currently on
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trial and those in prison are not being punished for their ideas. but for not obeying the law. mission. in barcelona catalan lawmakers staged a partial strike to protest the arrest of pro independence leaders chanting for freedom. on the streets there are mixed feelings about putsch two months detention. the they were for stuff going they think if europe is fair idea which it claims to be. should be free and the president of kut learn yeah ok but if not we will be witnessing the decline of europe as an international community when you don't get up at your end get up and take a stand for that i understand his supporters are angry. but i also understand the
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spanish government you know the laws he has to serve time in prison he did something that was illegal. no one is above the law and it's a very good no not you but it's my freedom or extradition his detention in germany has put berlin in a delicate position but the chancellor rhee says the decision is up to the regional courts and voiced its support for madrid is a spain is a democratic state under the rule of law and the german government remains convinced that this conflict with catalonia must be resolved within the spanish legal system just isn't going to i'm for this reason we support the clear position of the spanish government to ensure this happens it's. just it's. did you mean regional court will now have to decide whether to charges against their legal weight in germany. now for some of the other stories making news around the world
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the death toll from a fire at a shopping center in siberia stands at sixty four when the children are reportedly among the dead the blaze broke out on the fourth floor of the complex in the coal mining town of commuter overall eyewitnesses say they saw people jumping from windows to escape the flames. thousands of who the rebels supporters of demonstrators in yemen's capital sanaa to mafia in years since the country's civil war started sergeant that coalition has been waging a military campaign since march twenty fifth being against the truth is the goal that restore the form of government for the fall of the who is taking over saddam and but. when this comes of saudi forces intercepted seven yemeni rebel missiles late on sunday one man was killed and two others injured by falling shrapnel in the capital riyadh it was the first death in the city joining the saudi led coalition's three year no she campaign. sierra leone's top court has ruled that the country's presidential runoff can go ahead just temporarily halted the voter
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after a member of the ruling party alleged fraud election had previously been szechuan to mr. adult film star stormy daniels says she was threatened despite her efforts to keep her silence about an alleged sexual encounter with u.s. president donald trump and a highly anticipated international claims he was facing she faced intimidation and she didn't talk about. egypt has begun three days of voting in its presidential election is little doubt that abdel fattah el-sisi will win a second term as he's facing real competition is only challenger is one of his supporters now although it is hoped that enough voters will turn out for the votes to be credible. his victory may be assured but abdel fattah el-sisi needs the numbers to consolidate his authority with nearly sixty million eligible voters the former general is hoping his supporters will march to the polling stations and
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there's plenty of praise for the incumbent. police every one will vote for president research of great succession for example visual thing a new administrative capital. there is one rival candidate. he's not a household name and perhaps surprisingly he himself admits that he admires. the people will decide who the best candidate is the voters who go to the polls with the soon we'll know the result. and i know. many in the opposition believe muso is only in the race to create the appearance of democracy at first there were more candidates but some were imprisoned after they announced their candidacy others withdrew from the race often under great pressure. in. the government's warry is that if there were real candidates there would have
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to be debates about real issues. bob them in. egyptian media is similarly one sided there's even a hotline where citizens can report journalists who criticise the government. promised a heavy hand against terrorists earlier this month there was another bomb attack in alexandria on the same night peninsula the egyptian army is busy fighting a jihadist insurgency. c.c. supporters point to his focus on economic stability the all important tourism sector has been recovering under his rule this one who do it al sistani has fashioned the presidential election as a referendum on his leadership he's hoping for a high turnout to legitimize his rule. the state of the news life from the end still to come after a week of privacy scandals facebook finds itself and even also was at
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