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right now at least four people injured in a shooting at the h.q. of the tech giant california think pictures to read from their life police say the female shooter involved in this alleged to have been is taking their own life. coming up. we have news this morning british scientists say they're unable to pinpoint the source. we know verify the precise source but we provided the scientific information to the government that's despite the u.k. and its allies squarely blaming russia resulting in the weeks long political standoff and diplomatic expulsion. but it mazes me how far russia his theory has come up for. me to get the facts straight on this whole situation.
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and the source the truck into like clashes erupted in paris israel workers launched a nationwide strike against president the problems drive to overhaul the state funded transport industry there. and we did this just one in the morning here in moscow so to that breaking news story at least four people it's been reported injured after a shooting at the you tube h.q. in san bruno california basically just south of san francisco according to police the female attacker there has died of self-inflicted injuries there small details in d.c. across this. take us through the events there over the last hour or so. in california. well san bruno police have confirmed that one person
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has died and four people have been injured the police chief said that they were still investigating but they found a woman dead with a self-inflicted wound that couldn't be the shooter now the other four were taken to nearby hospitals san francisco general hospital as well as another a nearby hospital in the area now it is no longer being treated as an active shooter situation but this all happened after gunshots were heard at you tube headquarters in northern california in san bruno it's just a few miles south of the san francisco international airport but the white house commented and they said that they were monitoring the ongoing situation but now that it's no longer an active situation that's that's all we have for now but we'll get back to you with the latest for them thanks from you know we'll let you go
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about this with a bit more sinister maybe they say something in a bit more detail this gets more analysis now than from domenic is over from a police officer encounter that for cook county sheriff a this all is so look at it with your. share of so they feel like first question is do you think this compound i believe it is a secure one question is how would somebody get a gun into that compound how would they get it into you choose h.q. do you think i don't think it's ever going to be a question i think it's the bottom line with human ingenuity and the human will if somebody wants something to do something bad enough they're just going to do it there's always going to be a way it doesn't matter how well armed how well secure it makes no difference if someone is hell bent on committing an act of violence they're going to do it. authorities apparently don't believe this was not to terrorism what we know so far as a lone female we think was involved in and took her own life the could be any number
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of reasons a whole what this is about crux and i'd like to start seeing what those reasons are i would like to start having more interviews with these school shooters with these these are terrorists anybody who's going to be in this circumstance is a terrorist domestic foreign make a difference i like to start seeing more interviews with them to find out what their intent is maybe if we started focusing on their intent or what it could have been you can start actually couldn't it. mentally mentally ill unfortunately and i don't mean to downplay this because it is a very serious topic it's a blanket catch all statements anyone for any reason they would when you have a liberal agenda can be classified as a mentally ill subject and something could have having a bad day so you could be on medication somebody could be you pick a number of emotional elements and that person be mentally ill but the issue is we have to start finding out what their problems are made to tech company a cold if you controversy should we read anything into the choice of target you
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know or it could have been anything again it's a speculation to. correct we don't know this person was you know who she was or her relationship to you tube we don't know if you know she was a resident of the area if she was employee of the location i mean to be hundred percent honest the first thing i would assume and it's one hundred percent speculative assumption is it sounds it could have been an employee other than that that would that would me given me a a why or how somebody could get a firearm on that location better now and then that's the only other aspect that could look on that. place and looked out of the helicopter folks and down on it this whole shooting of course in the middle of a huge national debate on gun control specially in the wake of the pontoons school massacre it's going to out. it's never going to go away it's not an issue is going to go away you have an emotionally based arguments if people just don't like
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guns and they can articulate why then you're never going to solve the second problem it's no different than fighting a war on religious ideology you're fighting something that can't be beaten so if you want a little credit all of the victims are to been injured we haven't heard of any deaths but cities and injuries i suppose you can see why even in america people might take this personally and they may be anti guns no even b.n.c. guns you could be pro guns it doesn't make a bit of difference and like that it's always going to boil down to one common denominator and that is if someone wants a new bad enough they're going to do it regardless of the means or the method. dominick close your thoughts or make a turn to be with us dominic is a former police officer a candidate for a cook county sheriff thanks if you. head over a british military says it is unable to determine that lab porton down the source of a nerve agent used to poison a former russian double agent and his daughter a month ago that's despite the u.k. government having already laid the blame firmly at russia's doorstep and we have
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not verified the precise source but we provided the scientific information to the government but you have not been able to establish at porton down that this was made in russia as i said it's our job to provide eight you know the scientific evidence that identifies for the particular near of each and is but it's not our job to see where that actually was manufactured so to be clear you're not able at cotton down to say where it is from we haven't yet been able to do that and the foreign secretary boris johnson however pointed the finger at russia in the scriptural case partly based on the research from the porton down. but when i look at the the evidence from the people from from porton down they were absolutely categorical and i asked the guy myself i said are you sure and he said there's no doubt shortly afterwards the u.k. government seemed to go to damage control with
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a statement saying london always knew russia had a hand in these crippled case and this is said churkin has got more. well most immediately we're seeing some damage control taking place from the foreign office who have come out with a statement that says that this is only part of the intelligence picture they said that over the last decade russia has worked on ways to deliver agents quote probably for assassinations that russia has a record of assassinations and that it is quote our assessment that russia was responsible for this brazen and reckless act and as the international community agrees there is no other plausible explanation this despite the statements that have been now made here in the u.k. today and of course it's important to remember that this whole time all we've been hearing is that russia is to blame russia is culpable that it's highly likely that it went too there's no question that it's not russia still with no evidence proof or real facts or samples even provided to russia that it's been asking for however
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the accusations really have been harsh here in westminster is highly likely that russia was responsible we do hold russia koku culpable culpable for the attempted murder but escape is culpable calling if you. will mean you like to do it was his decision so those were statements from the british prime minister from the u.k. foreign secretary also at some point throughout this whole ordeal we heard the u.k. defense minister say something like russia should shut up and go way in this kind of tone indicating no room for negotiation and there was one voice however which was the leader of the opposition party german corbet he wondered whether there is room for dialogue or conversation or at least providing some information to russia as a result mission trace analysis been run on a some of the nerve agents and has not revealed any evidence as to the location of which production or the identity of its perpetrators.
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and the o.c. spending. and. does the prime minister agree that it is essential to maintain a robust with russia and most of those questions certainly remained unanswered and russia hasn't seen samples or any of the questions that jeremy corbyn had raised there in fact facing criticism himself or even asking those questions in parliament his position was extremely unpopular what we have at this point is again this is a war tory in the u.k. that are saying no proof of russia we don't know the source we know that there's a police investigation ongoing in the police have said quite recently that it's very likely to take weeks if not months we've also of course know that the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons the o.p.c. w have been in the u.k. to conduct an investigation of their own russia has been asking to hear what they have found so all of these investigations ongoing yet the accusations have
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certainly come we before any facts have been presented so far. and this is part of a team in the u.k. that we discuss the findings the latest twist the scruple case of the number of guests to get the various thoughts. it's abject humiliation of the british government the prime minister and in particular boris johnson the foreign secretary in fact for him i believe this is a resigning matter because he did me just join in the chorus of russia who live on national television on the broadcast. i have spoken. portal to a burly guy who made brief statements to gays on behalf. of it and he said the guy told him that it was russia that did it could only have been russia that did this was what's known a mistake it was
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a lie were learning now through wiki leaks that actually the u.k. and the u.s. have been aware of the. dog show how a modern chemistry lab can make this particular next generation age of the u.k. and us have been aware of the significance of the book and have been trying to suppress knowledge of that book so clearly for a decade now the u.k. and the u.s. have known that it can be made elsewhere it appears that they have just rushed in as a p.r. type. action and i think that's really dangerous because we are in a fatal diplomatic situation with syria with with the trade with us and china as well i think it's a very reckless thing steve has done and i'm not quite sure why they did it i mean perhaps it's because of practice it wanted to puff themselves off as a big animal in the in zoo i don't know but you know it's just not
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a terribly sensible thinks the u.k. has done at this point. only the see they discuss the latest in the scriptural saga and president putin's reaction to it he spoke earlier on in turkey with more again steve. well putin these we didn't numerous times now on the script all casey said that you know scotland yard said that they had two months before the they established a clear picture of what exactly happened so it's a long investigation nevertheless putin said there is ease a media p.r. campaign underway what good will it amazes me how fast this anti russia hysteria has come about tomorrow we're calling it o.p.c. w meeting to get the facts straight on this whole situation is being put in you know which we have proposed at least twenty questions for their consideration we hope a final conclusion will be reached there as to what happened in so. of course we're
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interested in a comprehensive investigation the interesting thing to me putin said is that twenty countries no less than twenty countries have the capacity have advanced enough enough chemical programs to make the nova chalke nerve agents there's there's a home multitude dozens and dozens of different ones united under the name we're told initially the initial vibe was it would just be maybe a couple of countries that number's going up the well of course it was the what you got the picture you got from the media from british politicians is that no the chalk is what it was russia was never a couple yeah roku only russia could make it we've had interesting revelations important down today the head was asked whether britain has its own stockpiles of newbie chocks and he refused to answer the question he refused to comment here but he did add that nothing escaped nothing got out from his
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laboratory indicating that you know presumably britain does have its own stockpiles whether they synthesize them or procured them by other means because there's a whole wealth of evidence to support this i was talking to a number of military chemists researches and the military chemical laboratory here in moscow and they you know as experts they had a few interesting details to share. as for the group of toxic agents known under the umbrella term novacek we first came across them in open sources back in two thousand and seven that's when the publication was made in the us where multitude of formulas were included with as many as sixteen toxic agents there each of them was assigned an index and the chemical expert system but they're all available in open sources these formulas and no secret. it's really not the chalk we're dealing with here i must say it's no real problem
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to synthesize such a toxic agent all the components needed to easily available on the open market the synthesis doesn't call for particularly sophisticated procedures and it can especially wising in organic chemistry would be able to make it. because that's when we have zero information and what toxic agent we're dealing with that is still possible to identify it with blind a lot of resources and the process is likely to take a few weeks according to british authorities the experts were able to do so very quickly so i assume the british chemists already had samples of such toxic agents at their disposal so that they could compare the pores in its hand with those samples i mean that deserve great explanation but just in case there's any confusion basically what he's saying is that the fact that the british identified nova chucks so fast means they had it in their database they had already measured it in the past they had the identification it's mass spectrum which is how they
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managed to identified so quickly which of course you know sort of soils the theory that only russia has the know how and when asked he would not deny that they didn't have that important exactly the head of porton down did not deny that they had in their possession over talks or that they had synthesized. develop them so plenty of twists and turns in this story. indeed russia's deputy foreign minister for permanent representative to nato told us meantime he thinks the script of fair was likely devised to boost military spending in another theory here. i think this whole script case was concocted to prepare public opinion for the ever increasing amounts of money being spent on the military at present the military budgets of european nato members put together to approximately two hundred seventy billion if they achieve the two percent target that some will come to four hundred billion dollars that would be ten times more than russia's military budget. obviously such
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whopping amounts of money being spent on the military are liable to be the subject of heated public debate to make sure this goes down well you need the image of an enemy and a powerful one at that a little bit so it's crystal clear that this huge provocation that was carried out by the u.k. was intended to achieve this goal which is to add fuel to the flames of recent phobia but it was recently begun to peter out as people are simply got tired of it having expelled russian diplomats nato is soaring off the branch they're sitting on as it were i can't believe they don't realize that in this turbulent time a lack of proper communication between the two powers in europe could potentially bring about very dangerous consequences but. now thanks to nato efforts we have a military dimension and these countries are now considered in russia's military planning nato countries are trying to find a balance between defense and dialogue but they have crossed the line. just ahead
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a rail strike is causing transport cares across france all this is about the rest this morning's news ninety seconds. that's. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to express an injury. or somehow want to be upset. it's a going to be close it's like the before the in the morning and people get. interested
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always in the lawyers at least. six. protesters swept across from since rail workers launched a strike against president macross labor reforms in more than two thousand students gathered outside the station in support of the strike as the shooting augusta break up the crowd.
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up. meantime turn seems to empower us though as a standoff between rail workers and police. a correspondent was saying if you just look behind you get a sense of the police who are out in force this is the gendarmerie and the c.r.s. who are here to try and stop the demonstrators from going down streets and not meant to we've already seen clashes from those at the front of the demonstration they appear to be members of the anti father or the black boxes they known here in france has been smashing up business is throwing bottles at the police and setting the lights have been saying what you see normally from these guys is they try to have as much provocation to the police or the c.r.'s as possible and then we see obviously the c.r.s. returning that in kind sometimes it's cast no tear gas as of yesterday but we are expecting things to stay heated now as if you can see in the background there is a large group behind me this is the front of the crowds many of them have their
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faces covered because they don't want people to be able to identify them in fact when we were trying to film some of the devastation that they were causing just in the last half an hour they physically came up and stopped just from filming and told us we were not to film anybody breaking all damaging any businesses until they had finished and fled the scene. fifteen if i can remember. this is of course meant to be a strike by the ensigns yes this is the way it works here in france also efforts to offer on strike as well as some other elements of society that they're unhappy with my son's plans to change to create the the railways here in front saying that the proposals being put forward by macaroons government will lead to the privatisation over the rail government has the night that in fact so yes the strike. so i'm going
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today this is the first day over iran which is six days of strikes between now and the end of the seas a huge fight between the unions to decide whether the unions still have the kind of power that they assume you see to this hearing front and it's not going to mean a shoot to push through his policy for the moment this is yet another violent protest with clashes between the protesters at the front and also at the c.r.s. the police here in front of us. present putin's in ankara on his first foreign visit since being reelected he had plenty to discuss it seems for the turkish president including the war in syria but the two leaders press conference was inevitably overshadowed by the scriptural poisoning of fed well he's. as the latest information on one korea the russian president vladimir putin learned about the latest comments from the board tree less than an hour before his press conference
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with the turkish leader type aired on began and it looked like right during the talks his assistance passed on the message to the russian leader perhaps that explains the president's reaction to it it was rather short and restraint but it was obvious for us journalists that the russian government officials were going to have many more things to say about these conclusions by the lab so just as the president's stop talking we rushed towards dmitri peskov who is lot of our putin's press secretary and also is seeing here official in his administration and i can tell you there were loads of colleagues there so indeed that was the point when probably we heard the most harsh words on london's response to the attack on mr screen a russian officials ever said. thank you to britain's theory about this case will
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not be confirmed because it's impossible to confirm. the u. case foreign minister who pin the blame and president putin will have to look in the eyes of his e.u. colleagues when he will have to apologize to russia somehow the idiocy has gone way too far already and we're rio i said it will not end at once but it's another to build the gruel seat more direct all in direct confirmation so good so the duty of the you case position thank you he would move it on to the discussion on the conflicts that are on raveling somewhere much closer to where i am right now the middle east syria that was of course something else that the president of turkey and russia brought up during their press conference but on wednesday they will be joined by their arabian counterpart and son rouhani as well the three countries are guarantors of the syria peace process and it was thanks to them we finally saw a light at the end of the tunnel when it comes to sorting out the syrian civil war
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but still a massive number of issues there remain unresolved and hopefully we'll hear something about that when the leaders come to talk to the journalist once again here in ankara turkey. international relations professor the same but she told us anchors got plenty to gain from a stronger partnership with moscow. well russia and turkey actually are the most important regional. trade partners here the contribution of russia into the turkish economy is getting higher and higher this is a very positive development three regional contraries in this respect to regional countries and one global power come together and they try to prevent the territorial integrity of syria. it was. spoken and now tomorrow there is another step where the regime is now getting
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stronger and the country should be covered should be structured so more to come from korea in the coming days as the meetings continue but meantime the serious business needed something to brighten it up a bit in the house didn't disappoint these pictures are just a little a side thing as the two leaders were posing for photos with a group of young people the turkish president as you can see noticed in a slight difference in the line up not balanced enough and was stood next to three men seated next to three women with the pictures gone. not fair apparently thought we should be getting guys here we go to the quick reshuffle before the photos were taken and there we are picture perfect all of you that fought for me kevin over here in moscow for a good night. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all sir but there was one more question and by the way it's going to be our
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