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israeli claims iran lied about its nuclear program. and he presents a huge amount of supposedly secret data to prove it. why would you. have a secret nuclear files not to use them in the mood. there are calls for donald trump to be awarded the nobel peace prize after he takes credit for progress on the korean peninsula. plus a human rights organization accuses the israeli army of deliberately targeting the legs of protesters in gaza. i spent six hours in surgery and one week in the intensive care unit and i did not think my leg would be like.
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this is our international iran nuclear program that's according to the prime minister of israel benjamin netanyahu just issued a statement presenting key data he believes can be used as proof to discredit tehran's nuclear deal that was signed with world powers are to correspond only hawkins joining me in the studio just getting your head around this story so netanyahu says he has proof although some of the store remember that picture of a bomb that he held up and going to claim that was proof as well so how credible is this latest batch well it's going to be a bit harder to get through than just just one picture of course netanyahu claims the secret service has obtained around fifty five thousand documents over one hundred eighty c.d.'s all of the secrets of the rainy and documents supposedly proving that did have nuclear ambitions and did have
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a nuclear weapons program prior to that twenty fifteen deal with world powers he's called this a great intelligence operation a great intelligence and she went. and said this is definitive proof that iran did continue to preserve and expand its nuclear weapons program after that deal he says that this is a malign interest from iran that the only reason they would have hidden this is to use these nuclear power these the commune knowledge for a aggressive purpose that they can listen to what i have to say. why would a terrorist regime hide and meticulously catalog secret nuclear files if not to use the middle. now the timing of this is particularly salient given recent events of course donald trump is due to out soon just around just on two weeks' time what do you to do with iran nuclear deal he's expressed many times that it's a bad deal that it's terrible the fact that visit with the president. did
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bring some sort of perhaps continuity some sort of aligned interest with himself and the european leader. but trump all along has been a critic of this deal alongside of course netanyahu himself he's been an ardent critic of this iranian deal saying that it's not good for the u.s. for all for the international community he's pushing trump to rip up that deal come twelfth of may this is what he had to say i want to thank you. so this is a terrible deal. i think this dual is a. dual. should never have been concluded. and if you do. president trump. will decide america's a solution on what to do with the nuclear deal. i'm sure you'll do the right thing . the right thing for the united states. the right to cruise wrong. and the right
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thing. for the produce of the world. we have of course no what's in the highly secret covered by netanyahu there he says these are copies of the file liberals are being kept in a safe place according to these very leader we don't know how much of an impact this will have on trump's decision either i think he's pretty much made up his mind what you will do come twelfth of may although he's keeping his cards close to his chest he said that this sends the right message and we'll see what happens if this quote regarding what will happen in two weeks' time the russian position the reagan position of course is that that deal has to be maintained larger that is the position of the other group of world powers the five plus one group however this is another. attempts by israel by the israeli leader to push for a cancellation of this controversial deal yeah he said lots of documents and i think the critics of the israeli and u.s. stance now got a chance to poor over this proof to see how credible it is will who see any
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response that comes in many thanks daniel. now the south korean president has reportedly said donald trump deserves a nobel peace prize for his efforts to deescalate the situation on the korean peninsula this was after a historic meeting between the leaders of north and south korea we saw the two sides pledged to rid the area of nuclear weapons before the end of the year apart from denuclearization the states agreed on friday to formally in the korean war that have been dating back more than half a century and they vowed to sign a peace treaty did agree to involve both the u.s. and china in the process or was quick to take credit for easing the tensions and his supporters now saying that he should get the nobel prize for his efforts in the recent tweet he suggested he's more deserving than barack obama who was given the prize just after he became president at a rally on saturday trump's fund seem to agree the nuclearization of the korean. war was well you.
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it was very large. so the price should be scooped the award is if you stand off with a more. the nobel peace prize an award for human rights champions peacekeepers and presidents who would later drop at least twenty six thousand bombs on seven foreign nations in just one year the prize is clearly viewed as such a meaty addition to donald trump's track record that someone under a stolen identity actually forged his nomination for the award two years in a row supporters of the idea have named the negotiations between the koreas as trump's main qualification for real this time. what do you think. president trump had to do with it i'll tell you what like i have everything
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with and as we've been told trump has the best words and those he applied to north korea directly he is a sick puppy rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself obviously he's a pretty smart cookie we all saw that intricate game of diplomacy we will have no choice but to totally destroy north korea they will be met with fire fury witnessed trump a saying that whole quid pro quo thing we are sending an armada. for a pair of we have submarines very powerful and i will say this. he is doing the wrong thing is making a big mistake let's be frank those who call trump a peacemaker more or less share the logic of those who nicknamed vish gun a persuader trump style of making peace equally applies to iran big government that
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gives terrorist safe harbor financial back in i am speaking of course of a rare the rogue regime a rand can sprint towards a rapid nuclear weapons break you know where no matter where you go in the middle east you see the fingerprints of iran behind problems for goodness sake he appointed as national security advisor a man who just last year thought this was a good idea and that the words twenty nine. here will celebrate. syria's felt the full impact of trumps peacemaking if things keep going the way they are the country will be celebrating the annual tomahawked day sometime around mid spring but again maybe
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a nobel peace prize and trump do fit together at the end of the day after all why does obama get to have all the nice things we spoke to journalist and author monk blumenthal who believes that the improvement of relations on the korean peninsula has nothing to do with trump. donald trump's policy towards the koreas has been one of hostility at sanctions of threats fired theory as defense minister jim mattis threaten north korea with extermination and their policy essentially failed because nuclearization in north korea succeeded because kim jong un extended an olive branch to the south and because moon j.n. has been so courageous in this effort to reconcile with the north and so really calls for donald trump to receive a nobel prize really reflect how insular and parochial view of right wing is right wing supporters is donald trump is really not played
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a role in the then it's around north and south korea. palestinian medics a struggling to cope with the number of injured after a month of protest along the gaza border the international committee of the red cross says that hospitals that only get around four to eight hours of power a day but demonstrations have been met by a heavy response from israel notably sniper fire palestinian health ministry in gaza says more than two thousand people have received leg injuries lack of medical treatment as well so for unnecessary amputations for one palestinian athlete that meant the end of his career. to go rushing about the soldiers were brutally shooting people an old man got shot in front of me he was protesting peacefully and not throwing any stones and he got shot with an explosive bullet i spent six hours in surgery and then one week in the
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intensive care unit and i didn't think my leg would be like this i couldn't feel it i had fractured bones in my leg kept bleeding out i wasn't aware that it would be amputated it seems like my relatives told the doctors not to tell me that i was an athlete i used to play multiple sports and i used to play for the palestinian union . replying to a request for comment the israeli defense forces told us that they did shoot repeated warnings to palestinians about approaching the border fence they also cite their duty to prevent threats against their country for another young palestinian he dreamt of becoming a footballer his encounter with the i.d.f. was also life changing. during my food will career i hope to be one of the best players in gaza after this injury my football career is over these really response with life fire during the protest i was filming myself to post it leader we sure have the right to do while i was filming
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a sniper shot me in the knee and it was dislocated i was targeted without warning i was in a thread to the soldiers and all of god helps me i will be able to have surgery and hold the palestinian flock in the european countries my dream is to produce a p.d. in the european league that. human rights watch as expressed particular concern over what it says is the deliberate targeting of the legs of unarmed demonstrators by the israeli military my concern was raised by the israel and palestine director of the rights group here who we spoke to. we continue to see every week hundreds of people injured very serious injuries we're talking about people whose you know bones have been pulverized shattered as aid workers on the ground have described as x. rays and photos we've seen in our visits to hospitals have shown people that if you know large mass of exit wounds if people are actually crossing
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a fence entering israeli territory every right to use non-lethal means for i.d.f. swords to carry out arrest if there has been you know criminal. crossing you know from border without authorization but using live ammunition right now using intentional lethal force is only permitted under international law in response to an imminent threat to life or limb and that's not what's happening here these are these this is using force to accomplish other objectives which are not sanctioned by international law you of mortars that are on their face on lawful and really responsibility for these awful killings go to the highest levels of the israeli government has been a global backlash over these really military response to the demonstrations in gaza since the end of march forty three palestinians died at protests during that period they included four children.
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the. local elections looming in the u.k. the alleged russian meddling saugus taken another twist to the sunday times claims that russian twitter boats tried to influence the twenty seventeen. elections in favor of labor party to jeremy corbett on the subject and to get takes a look. the sunday times has provided us all with a little russian bought deja vu its groundbreaking investigation with swansea university has cracked the code on how the labor party did so well in this year's general elections and the answer is russian tweets of course research that just that was not destroyed at the time superbowl corben and to down the street by bombarding the public with positive messages in support of labor using twitter
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columns that were mostly created after the election was just that early last year so let's break down that research sixty five hundred russian twitter accounts identified by their primary language work to bash the ruling conservatives and promote the labor party in the run up to the election and a few examples are given as to how they achieve their meddling goals such as promoting stories condemning theresa may for cuts in police numbers and funding another point made in the article was the massive attendance seen at corbin's rallies but even if the scores of people who showed up only there are things to bots re tweeting corbin's location does that somehow make them not true supporters other suspicious activity it was a push by the box on election day telling people to get out there and vote how dare they say the article doesn't provide a list of the accounts they monitored and said that many of them have been deleted or suspended by twitter conservative m.p.'s have vowed to dig further into the claims russian interference in the politics of the u.k. is a breach of election law and something we've got to act to stop whereas labor representatives
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have slammed the article as a classic sunday times smear campaign the labor party's people power do election campaign attracted huge levels of public support online we're not aware of any from to me bought categorically did not pay for any not aware of any of our supporters doing so. other labor supporters have even chosen to embrace the accusations. now the report does not comment on who specifically was behind the campaign or how many people actually saw the tweets nor does it say whether or not the attempt was successful but the point is if
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a vote comes up with shocking results there's clearly no other plausible explanation apart from the russians did it we've asked for a response from twitter and for the times to provide extra information about their research will in their responses as and when they come in the meantime former british intelligence officer sean feels that the newspaper's claims are all just part of a clampdown on alternative views. the west does not like dissent it does not like alternative he's and the internet offered people the old the chance of developing these alternative news and assume you have one of those alternative viewpoints in the west you must of course be working as one of putin's useful idiots or as a russian troll bottle whatever it is we saw this last week as well there was a report on sky news and they were accusing two accounts particularly on twitter saying that they are russia russia bots they were human beings and cisco news invited one of these people on the news and he came on to sky and argued that he
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was a human being strangely enough and it turned out he is the seventy year old pensioner who is just angry at what's going on politically in the u.k. so it's really risible that they're trying to stigmatize british citizens who have an alternative view. the un has expressed serious concerns over the disproportionate number of black people dying in the u.k. due to excessive use of force by police the deaths reinforce the experiences of structural racism over policing and criminalization of people of african descent and other minorities in the u.k. or the accusation of racism came after a review of police data which found officers used force against twelve thousand people over three months last year one in three was black although the proportion of black people in the population is far smaller attention to the issue was highlighted by a controversial incident in july when a black man was killed by police.
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in less than. a. month. britain's home office has found to investigate the allegations we discussed the issue with several experts the police a bit like james bond they have a license to kill with impunity and i say with impunity because whenever seems to be any justice i don't know of any policeman that has gone to prison for killing a civilian on the streets of london at the end the evidence doesn't go so far as
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beyond reasonable doubt i think it's one of the most impossible things to do to prosecution officer the only reason is the offices of that to protect us so it's quite a natural when you see a police officer in the dark in his uniform crime isn't driven by race crime is driven by socioeconomic factors or young males in inner london and get involved in street crime and socioeconomic factors mean that there are more your miles are black in areas and on than the. other rices that's not the same in other cities and so when you look at the people involved in street crime in those areas the disproportionality is not that. a child's imagination can run pretty wild but when a russian school boys picture of the stars was rejected by his teacher is being an accurate police found the decided to take the matter up step.
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it's been said that stars like that don't exist in space i need to redraw. the world's most oldest of the subjects we wanted to cheer him up and then we decided to refer this question to the most competent space authority gross cost a little. closer to the cosmos the last possible sand that i painted everything the right one the stars do exist in different colors they can be red green orange and many other colors. and that's the lesson did you know that this was real or did it come from your imagination that's how i imagine the stars to be i like your pain to become was your teacher i would have given you and make parts you didn't have correctly
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engineering wise into the space ship and your instrument nickleby should is hugely image you need to have expressed the mood and the state of the stars. you're watching are to international appreciate your company this evening don't forget if you enjoy your news on the go tell it on your on your tablet or on your phone we are available on twitter you can get updates on facebook and also you can simply had to our website that's already dot com plenty more stories for you there i'll be back with the old fashioned way at the top of the hour. chose seemed wrong. but old rules just don't hold. any gold to
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hello and welcome to cross talk where all things considered i'm teetotal about we live in surreal times a short time ago even imagining a negotiated end to the tensions on the korean peninsula was a flight into fancy but here we are is this becoming a foreign policy victory for trying. cross talking terms foreign policy i'm joined by my guest mark sloboda he's an international affairs and security analyst we also have exactly moreau he is the founder of the center for political strategic analysis strap poll and we have dmitri bob achieves a political analyst with the international right gentlemen crosstalk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i always appreciate exhibit
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let me go to you first we're going to devote a good part of this program to what's going on in the korean peninsula however the president of the country that you come from france was visiting the united states how would you sum up mccrone this visit because if you want my two cents it was quite humiliating for the french president quite immediately it's exactly the word to use and in my opinion again show that. is a meeting with the. chief of states and in my opinion you had some remorse because it was it in some. six or interrogation and so you played with him and he looked like he was being played with. i mean i think you know even if you're not really interested in politics the visuals of their encounter i mean it's gone viral and everyone's laughing i'm not going to put. exactly mark exactly and drew if. you want to you can meet him if you want.
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i'm not trying to protect american but in my opinion where did a man or trump. trump isn't acceptable and in my opinion it's a mistake because i came really as a friend to trump and you just given the evidence that. i can tell you because i mean we've been together this syria i guess the line was the try to dissuade him from going to leaving the iran deal but he didn't get anything ok i mean anything you had to admit to media that well i mean i didn't change his mind but apparently he didn't make the claim i'm going to eat he made commit to staying in syria to remind me because when he was chosen by french people it was the american made is first speech just after being elected about the us. the problem is obama came a president and obama i don't know why i hated sarkozy because
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a good i didn't like him very much and i did there is no god we thought bob. going to the cases when we were going to get. it was because he was supporting the republicans but the result is after one year a poor. understand that there we are friend of. course of course he was a russian because when he came in russia and i hope it would be the same point we see in weeks when he came in russia you were. we have to admit you know going back through history here here's one of his foreign policy successes was to be involved in the mediation of ending this the conflict in south of. jump and you're a french a file i don't know about body language but let's look at the facts that was the first to be believed all the major european countries see. came to paula when trump came to power. and the leaders of the european union said that trump and putin
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where i'm quoting a threat to european democracy. that they were dangerous so when did truong still to be dangerous not when he was in that's not being dangerous when one hundred bombings is right but it's not harming syria he's got he's going to leave and it's going to go this is i don't really want to dig into korea yeah let's get past the optics of the bromance from trump leading mccraw to log in like like a newlywed or a little french poodle so the album cover the alternative rock album cover of them all planting trees in the yard together in very awkward very strange poses but you know the reality is as right after that mccrone went and spoke to congress and spoke quite the heavenly against every one of troubles policies and beliefs so you know i don't think trump was for all that didn't get anything that he came out of there this was all about optics and these were bad all of these all of these
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western media journalists commenting on body language and bringing in body language experts and everything it's all ridiculous it's all ridiculous but you know but you know more because i agree with it was ridiculous but that's kind of the default position when there is no substance and there was no you really must cross is now being hailed after merkel has failed as the new leader of the free world right the new leader of the free world just in syria saying it was for the honor of the international community or at least if you're going to the three of the trump and his two client states that attaches syria their honors i say and code hikes people also say part of his reason for doing it was to prove that he is the equal of. you dear little globalist banks. you know rothschild.


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