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i've been in many places but what they've seen in that context and of course you said this is and i agree with you the problem is that we say that this is not the olympic games of the desperation unfortunately this is something that happened every day and this is the crisis but this doesn't mean that as you money that we are not present everywhere there is a need because we are still in syria because we saw the problem is not about the humanitarian the problem is maybe and i maybe i understand even there is a way that the media i'm not following but we always follow we are still in the lake child and no one is talking about we are in the horn of africa no one is talking anymore about on obvious only if you will say all this when three hundred people died while we spend. there and so i was talking about. the one single there was a parka in europe which another very strange competition so this is something
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that again the responsibility is not of the humanitarian you know anything on the inside and so doing their part when their request we are ready to world idea formation to the media but then it's up to the media to cover the crisis it's not up to us well mr ok let me put one final question and i don't know if it's good or not i don't want to sound too cynical but this situation in myanmar reminds me a little bit of the situation with the refugees in your native country in italy when everybody was agreeing on the fact that the refugees and migrants had to be treated humanely but there were very few countries actuaries who were eager to come for very time actually shared the burden do you think that is a valid comparison maybe maybe maybe. even an even war study goes. maybe we have more opportunities. bangladesh or which every year phase. two of the the sas. and. in this era they face the lowered now to another
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world disaster and but they see a lot of stories out of the migration of call us we agree with you. there should be more of. that if you coming from from my father either countries but this is the this is. on the ground and. look i'm very proud about what i've seen about the role that the bangladesh progress and the british will get and the bangladesh people. doing it because there is a level of silly they are immense a little silly that it is and so we're in the in the part of the war this very stage but in the part of the ward where they have made more difficulties you find mostly they think they need to like this part of the world well and they're ok i see you have to hand on the positive note but i still hold that the amount of solidarity would somehow catch up with the extent of needs present there on the ground anyway we have to leave it there i really appreciate you being with us today
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and job viewers please share your comments out twitter facebook and youtube pages and i hope to see you again same place same time here on worlds apart. yes i've got a very wide grin on my friend because that saudi prince. we told them it just business good and now yet all is well confiscated basically put on a air b.n. b. and some brits will tell the middle riyad. up up.
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cycle you but. only survives. stronger. says the cia i wrote the code to impersonate russia's kaspersky lab anti-virus program. says the u.s. is attempting to create problems around next year's presidential election in russia in response to moscow perceived meddling last year. the us justice department of demands and that r t america register as a foreign agent before monday channels a bank accounts could be frozen if it does not comply. to saudi arabia and kuwait order their citizens out of lebanon immediately after the resignation of the saudi backed lebanese prime minister.
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broadcasting live direct from our studios in moscow this is our the international shantanu certainly glad to have you with us now wiki leaks it claims that the cia has created a computer program that impersonates the software of russian anti-virus company because. it has commentary. we now have a new batch of documents from wiki leaks that give insight into how the cia operates on a daily basis collecting information now one of the revelations in the new batch of documents shows that the cia has a program for imitating kaspersky laboratory a well known russian software company conspiracy laboratory has been at the center of some scandal recently we had u.s. authorities essentially barring any government agency from using their products saying that they present a risk to homeland security a recent report from the wall street journal accused kaspersky laboratory of
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essentially stealing government information and secrets with its malware software from the u.s. an essay national security agency we actually had a statement from the u.s. homeland security secretary regarding kaspersky laboratory the risk that the russian government but they're acting on its own but in collaboration with conspiracy could capitalize on access provided by kaspersky products to compromise federal information and information systems directly implicates u.s. national security now kaspersky laboratory responded to these allegations saying the company has never helped nor will help any government in the world with its cyber espionage or offensive cyber efforts because the laboratory considers itself to be a cyber company a software corporation it's not involved in government activities espionage anything to that effect now at this point it is quite interesting to see that these allegations have been leveled against kaspersky laboratory when the cia
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specifically had a program designed to leave false digital fingerprints and make it look like software and malware activities were being done by kaspersky laboratories so a lot of questions are being raised people that browse the internet using software and malware may wonder now when they use such programs are they using programs that have been released and designed by the cia or is it actually kaspersky laboratories it's unclear as we see this program has been utilized by the cia to give false digital fingerprints. as caleb just mentioned vera vault eight is a new series of wiki leaks publications on a huge tranche of cia files it details some of the revelations in the previous batch called vault seven which revealed the agency had its own malware exploited vulnerabilities in phones and t.v.'s and had the ability to bypass encryption on messaging apps and vault seven also featured on a c.i.
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a division called bridge which created a library of hacking techniques stolen from other countries the agency also had a tool to disguise its malware and make it seem like it had been created by somebody speaking a language other than english those languages included the arabic chinese russian korean and farsi that would make it more difficult to attribute a cyber attack to the cia we spoke to a former cia officer finds it amazing that nobody has spotted a connection between the russian hacking allegations and the agency's hacking tool so you may see a story for intelligence analysts you know we're taught to connect dots but even when this more bull framework tool was announced by julian or signage even though the soviet so the russians now have been accused of hacking into various systems no no one has ever put that revelation together with the so-called russian hacker the d.n.c.
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e-mails and so while it might be the russians now because labs is in the same situation . the u.s. is trying to do is so divisions in russia ahead of march's presidential election this is according to vladimir putin he added it comes as retaliation for moscow's alleged hacking and right now it is sports in the crosshairs. question for them. there are serious concerns that in response to a perceived meddling in the u.s. election they want to cause problems during the presidential election in russia during the olympic games due to be held in february when is the presidential election in march here are concerns that someone says so discontent among sports fans and the athletes that the government is somehow responsible for the violations . so the statement actually came when putin was asked about fresh waves of doping allegations against russian athletes on thursday for example we had the results from four russian skiers an old who participated in the sochi olympics and they
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were banned for life from the games and that's a repeat of exactly what we saw last week when two other russian skiers were also accused of violating doping rules now the accusations continue to flow and are all centered around the idea that this was a state sponsored scheme now something that something that moscow has of course repeatedly denied including putin himself the key allegations behind the idea that this doping was state sponsored revolve around the idea that the samples from the russian athletes were in fact tampered with however putin highlighted the fact that when those samples were sent off just after the sochi olympics when they were sent to a lab in switzerland they were received and no complaints were leveled at the time was that i did go to the switch just a few months following the sochi olympics acting on the instructions of the i.o.c. we handed over all those samples to elysium laboratory which is essentially under what is control so there were no complaints whatsoever on receiving those samples
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so the samples had been stored there for two or three years and only then did questions arise that the vials might have been opened or simply been doing with the samples has been scratching no biting them there so the fact that these accusations are emerging again right now isn't a coincidence in the present is given that the presidential election is just over one hundred days away and that starts just one month after the big. the winter games so that's essentially sort of encouraging a really tense climate in the run up to the election who sees this as an answer by the u.s. for the un proven allegations that russia interfered in the u.s. presidential election sort of an eye for an eye reaction and that's made possible by the fact that the i.o.c. the international olympic committee is highly dependent on sponsors and those buying ads and of course the bulk of that cash is intact coming from the u.s. according to putin who also under that with calling for improvement to the anti-doping system in the sports world world clearly he sees a number of inconsistency is there. but sports is not the only field where russia
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is under pressure the u.s. justice department has ordered r. t. america to register as a foreign agent by monday if the broadcaster fails to do so its bank accounts could be frozen controversial legislation was adopted more than seventy years ago before world war two to counter nazi propaganda in america russian embassy in the u.s. said in a facebook post the measures against russian media could be in breach of international press freedom principles post pressure put on russian media shows that the u.s. keeps moving along the path of deliberate was singing over relations between russia and america we see the latest as and the quote of alternative information and then acceptable breach of international principles of the freedom of the press we are going to is the issues which monitor the situation in the us with regard to media to react accordingly it will be interesting to see how the c.e.o. reacts we expect an appropriate system of the situation from the unesco goodwill
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ambassador for freedom of expression and journalist safety christiane. and pressure on russian media does not end there u.s. lawmakers are now considering a bill proposing that cable and satellite providers not be required to carry video content somehow linked to the kremlin that means providers could decide for themselves whether to show such content or not though it is important to note the bill has yet to be approved and russia has promised a similar response with some top politicians proposing a tit for tat move if the bill gets adopted and journalist and writer neil clark believes the pressure on the russian media is down to its recent successes. or this is absolutely outrageous i think we could call it mcafee is what it really is mccarthyism on steroids now and it's a signal from the escalation in this cold war launched by the us against russian media r.t. is a growing audience share in america and around the world in r.t. puts a different narrative out to the war party narrative on issues like the syrian conflict
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for example so i think the war mongers in the us are very angry that artie's been so successful and i think it would be wholly wrong for the head of r.t. america to actually comply with this and to and to say that he's a foreign agent or to a foreign agent to be wholly wrong or i think the response to this should be to carry on i also think it might be a good idea for the russians to say that if this goes ahead that from monday all american journalists who work for c.n.n. have to register as foreign agents in russia or they'll be arrested to complain. french president emanuel has effectively called the iran nuclear deal into question saying it needs revising as artie's tried to basically reports well emanuel might go on has been speaking in dubai on thursday where he's been talking about the future of the rayney a nuclear deal that was agreed back in twenty fifteen describing that deal as being insufficient for the future this is what he had to say in
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a situation the situation we're facing now this agreement of twenty fifteen is no longer sufficient he should not be reconsidered or eliminated but it should be completed with necessary point. well mr mccollum went on to say that he wanted to remain with the rain ians in regards to its ballistic missile program and its influence in the middle east talking about the fact that there was no other option other than the two thousand and fifteen deal even if it may not be the best deal of vailable not seen to relation to what we've been hearing from the u.s. from donald trump overt the last few months the threat posed by around it is indeed it's red. there's no question about that a red is not living up to the spirit of the deal while donald trump is not the only person who has raised concerns about that agreement back in two thousand and fifteen the saudi foreign minister has also previously stated his concerns iran
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has not lived up to the terms. with regards to the behavior that is expected of you in terms of promoting stability in the region rather than instability and that's destruction while mr mccollum also warned about not exacerbating mutual tensions in the area coming off the back of a missile strike on saudi arabia just a few days ago by rebels in yemen saying that that ballistic missile came from a new providence charlotte devinsky r.t. paris. a political scientist and former advisor to ron's nuclear negotiation team says micron is it contradicting his earlier position on the nuclear deal. president mccrone seems to be sliding closer and closer to president trump and his disastrous way one sided middle east course of action and his public statements are pretty disquieting right now
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because they're on not only contradict his the statements category called support for the heat any a nuclear deal you know at the u.n. just a couple of months ago and so forth you know he seems to be at peace being iran's rial was in the region maybe he's trying to be a shrewd serves man of arms to the region france is the naval base in the u.a.e. as you know and trying to insert it in the regional security calculus more organically whatever it is i think that president barack romney is treading wrong path and is is not really faithful to that mediation all that's required to defuse this very potentially dangerous crisis in the region. friends and relatives are in mourning after a child was discovered among the victims of a collapsed building in central russia
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a city wide state of emergency has been declared after the tragedy also claimed the lives of four others to fifteen year olds are among the injured a gas explosion is thought to be behind this deadly accident relatives warn residents are still trapped under the rubble witnesses and the shouts of survivors can still be heard it from below the debris rescue teams are at the scene and working around the clock to save those trapped our newsroom is following the situation and we'll bring you more information as it becomes into our newsroom. lebanon is reeling from the a sudden resignation of its prime minister and some speculate he may be held prisoner start right after a break you are watching our international. player
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i welcome back this is art international live from moscow glad to have you with us now saudi arabia and kuwait have both told their citizens to leave lebanon immediately this comes as lebanon is rocked by the sudden resignation of its prime minister over the weekend saad hariri who is seen as a politician backed by saudi arabia he was in riyadh when he made the announcement and as the reason for his resignation he cited iranian influence and his country. were very ronnie's presents it was discord and destruction that attested to by interference in our countries in lebanon syria iraq every human well i would like to say which iran and its followers that they would be the losers in their. shoes wake up because he lived in the bios and they have times in the region. following his announcement there has been speculation that saudi arabia could be holding her
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against his will riyadh has denied such allegations by the u.s. state department spokesperson cause further confusion at her latest briefing when she seemed to let it slip that she may know where he is in terms of the conditions of him being held or the conversations between saudi arabia and the prime minister hariri i would have to refer you to the government of saudi arabia and also to mr hariri office for the conditions of him being held issued is he in detention. i'm not going to put that word behi and i'm not going to associate that word with that but where he is right now. if you have a nice room i was right i don't know personally where he is or if you have heard different reports like you can but i'm worried yes but we're hearing right now where did the show he met him i i don't i don't think i'm committed to say that but i will double check i'm a journalist martin j. thinks that the current crisis in lebanon has been created artificially by saudi
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arabia there is an agenda to try and destabilize it run to and to create some sort of tension in the region and these are the first steps or. somewhat of a few it's all just a given that we're hardly any saudis in eleven of the movements but there are a few kuwaitis or quite a few tourists what's the link you might be ask yourself to lebanon where saad hariri a lot of people don't know is also a saudi citizen spent most of his life in saudi arabia and is considered to be a sort of. to put it bluntly so they pulled mystery over back to saudi arabia in a sort of panic last week a couple of times basically forced him to resign. as part of a bigger longer term plan to try and destabilize lebanon to shake tire lebanon so as to make a point to hezbollah and to the region there's a new there's a new guy in town a new leader in saudi arabia who's got
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a new agenda to play out as martin mentioned saudi arabia is unhappy with the strengthening of hezbollah in lebanon a group sponsored by iran tensions between riyadh and tehran have been rising for a while now with mounting concerns a direct confrontation could break out sooner start he's got i got you have comments. recently barely a days seems to go by without saudi arabia making headlines and it almost always boils down to it's enemy iran it is a game of chess that spans an entire region on every front in every country the saudis see iran's evil influence. the huth the rebels in yemen who saudi arabia has been bombing for many years fire a rocket riyadh that the saudis could only describe as
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a rainy and aggression. iran's role and its direct command of his hooty proxy in this matter constitutes a clear act of aggression the coalition's command considers this a blatant active military aggression by the iranian regime and could rise to be considered as an act of war against the kingdom of saudi arabia the saudis also ready to throw their allies under the bus to create an excuse to denigrate iran. q the lebanese prime minister holding a successful meeting with the rain ians and then going to saudi arabia and out of the blue without warning declaring his resignation while launching into a tirade about evil raney an influence plunging the region into chaos and destruction you lose a poor and gain an opening then there's the blockade of cattle.
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a trade embargo severed ties ultimatums and warnings punishment some say for cata daring to deal with the rain ians and then there's syria the saudi sponsored rebellion is dying their jihad just allies are losing an aside is winning this isn't what riyadh planned we hope that and expect that during the interim period of the of the transition period that will exit because he has absolutely no role to play in the future is here and while syria may have unexpectedly checkmated riyadh here the saudis are ramping up attacks on iran on other fronts truly this is an international game of chess with nations and populations at stake ironic given that last year saudi arabia has highest islamic cleric banned the chess
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saying. that the game causes enmity and hatred between people and even when played on a giant geopolitical scale well it looks like he was right. russia and syria have come under fire at a closed door meeting of the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons the meeting of followed the findings of an investigation into a deadly sarin gas attack in syria in april the o.p.c. w issued a report two weeks ago which concluded that assad's government was behind the attack which left more than eighty dead and also stated that sarin gas was used and that it can be traced to government start piles earlier we talked to alexander the russian representative at the o.p.c. w. who was at the latest meeting. the dream report of the seventh report has been established in fully grown and
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gone to. basic higher standards to chemical convention united nations security council resolutions the previous decisions of the.


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