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it's a matter of confidentiality only is the world like the our business. correspondent is hit by tear gas during may day riots in paris police also fired water cannon after mass protests this torched car. tonight to tell you one thing. israel's prime minister tries to convince the world that the run cannot be trusted just days before donald trump intends to scrap the historic nuclear deal. and trump says negotiations with north korea on denuclearization
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will go ahead while his security advisor believes what happened in libya should serve as a model. good to have you with us this evening this is r.t. international. a massive rally to mark may day in the french capital has turned violent as mass demonstrators burned cars and hurled smoke grenades our correspondent charlotte devinsky was caught in the crossfire between police and protesters who were deploying tear gas and water cannon. it. was well all calm for the moment however those
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clashes we saw between the police and the bird testers have been some of the most room function of intense clashes i've seen in the last fifteen months or so in france i just want to give you a sense of what sort of damage has been created from those are clashes and not just clashes but the damage that was caused by the protest is the police had warned early on tuesday morning ahead of these may day protests that they thought they were going to be hijacked by anti capitalists by anti fascists and they were indeed that they came out in their hundreds ready with a gear their safety gear to be able to protect themselves from the tear gas the masks just have a look at this is one of the vehicles that they burned still smoking there and just behind it the plumes of smoke that came up from this vehicle huge promptly mz of smoke that went up and just completely mosques this block of apartments where people were living protesters who had damaging and smashing items up across this
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part of paris and the police had to let them be however when they came in when they started the fires here when these apartment blocks were put in danger then the police intervened and we were cool in that crossfire here is what happened in the middle of cashews now starting when the police are wanting to have a look around very you'll see the tear gas is coming up to us the police move again and that's because just behind us there is a fire going on the demonstrators have put forward to a very full and emerged bike and as you can see i spoke. well as you might have gathered we've just been in the middle of what was quite a large clash between the police and the protesters just look behind me this is one of the trucks with the water cannons and you can see the gendarme now coming down and you can see some of the water of the firm that's been on the ground to try and
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push these protesters back take a look behind me and they're actually trying to barricade themselves up now that's off to they set fire to what looked like a g. c.p.d. fact it's still our own foyer over there in the distance and then the police were brought in because what the process is did is if you just turn around a little bit more will cause me to have a look this you may see this big polluters over dog smoke coming up here and the protesters what they did is they lit for it's you what seemed to be some sort of motorbike and a car and then after that fire with the smoke pushing up into apartments where people live the police decided to enough was enough they had held back they've been on standby all day expecting this protest to change nasty but while the protesters were smashing up first food restaurants like mcdonald's while they were letting a fire with throwing a fireworks into the crowds themselves letting off sounds good nates and smashing
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up other businesses the police try to stay away as much as possible but that that was the last straw this protest is due to continue these guys say they want an empty cup to the society they want an end to fascism of the ranting that but the reality is what they doing today is not just smashing up the big businesses in the big enterprises they're actually now searching up small enterprises and putting people's lives in real danger shola he pinsky. paris. france isn't the only country where protests of. in occurring however many nations enjoyed more peaceful demonstrations including in russia germany and the u.k. . israel's prime minister has gone all out to prove once and for all the dram lied about its nuclear ambitions he wheeled out thousands of documents and c.d.'s of evidence as part of
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a powerpoint presentation it comes just twelve days before dawn trump intends to scrap the iran nuclear deal tonight i'm here to tell you one thing iran lart the evidence well that lies in this filing cabinet allegedly thousands of documents and c.d.'s half a ton to be precise proven conclusively tehran misled the world about its nuclear plans both before and after the twenty fifteen agreement we've known for years that iran had a secret nuclear weapons program called project them out hailing this as a significant development and a great intelligence achievement then your who was sure iran has one reason and one reason only to hide this information why would a terrorist regime hide. and meticulously catalogued in secret nuclear files it's not to use the middle lootera do a state hiding its nuclear weapons program what other country would do such a thing some will remember netanyahu twenty twelve un speech and the cartoon bomb
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iran's foreign ministry has already called his presentation a propaganda show but the issue here is also a serious one since the onset netanyahu has been an ardent critic of the iran agreement so this is a terrible deal. i think this deal is a. duel it should never have been concluded. and if you do. president trump. will desire because the solution and what to do with the nuclear deal. i'm sure you'll do the right thing. the right through for the united states. the right group for israel and the right thing for the produce of the world this development comes at a crucial time for this international framework in less than two weeks president trump will decide the future course of u.s.
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action is likely to differ strongly from the other members of the five plus one group despite last week's niceties during president micron's visit to the states so far trump has kept his cards close to his chests we'll see what happens his favorite phrase whatever does come about on may the twelfth there's a new york who will do all he can to convince the world that scrapping the deal is the right way forward even at the cost of years of negotiations and the delicate regional power balance hailed as a huge diplomatic success the iran nuclear deal was hammered out back in two thousand and fifteen between the u.s. china and the u.k. russia france germany and iran to negotiations took nine years ending a long standoff to iran agreed to strict limits on its nuclear program and to open facilities up to international experts in return some sanctions against the country were lifted now after netanyahu promised to share his data with the world germany and france both said that it still needs to be studied in detail but the white house backed netanyahu presentation adding that iran had tried and failed to hide
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its activities from the world now that statement contradicts data coming from the nuclear watchdog the international atomic energy agency the e.u.'s foreign policy chief in turn said that netanyahu has claimed quote don't put into question iran's compliance with the deal we heard reaction from people in the iranian capital. now that trump is in the white house and your cons are. having infamous party and it seems to be. what is after again to break the deal and make it make up put out of the. certainly the israelis had precise information and it could be investigated in a serious manner they would take action fast because they know they have to do something to get results in a much shorter time i. ran has been committed to all these promises now these release are just playing games but i don't think very raftery was
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accepted and i think the european union supports around. here let's bring in political analyst the only been a member very good evening it is netanyahu presentation that we saw it was vala by the israeli parliament decision to allow the pm and the defense minister to proclaim war in extreme cases is that a coincidence or do you see something building here. and oh i think it's a coincidence this. idea of allowing the prime minister and the minister of defense to announce war is in all the idea this is the result of the war in gaza in two thousand and fourteen and you have to remember. is a lot of problems in the different fronts not only with iran also with syria with lebanon on it with hamas and islamic jihad in gaza so i don't think it should be connected only to do you really an issue. now if you think back to two thousand and
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two netanyahu made a speech then similar to the one we saw yesterday but i'm not occasion it referred to iraq let's just take a moment to have a listen. there is a question what's with saddam. and his working and his advances towards the development of nuclear weapons no question whatsoever. now ultimately that led to the invasion of iraq is there a danger that we're heading down a similar path here. of course this is also a possibility but i think that. the documents that netanyahu presented now think the. foreign minister american foreign minister the former head of the cia saying that they checked the documents and they're corrected the authentic so i don't think that a you can compare exactly to what happened with colin powell at
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that time in the iraq i think the water that we are is trying to do to. encourage president trump to withdraw from the in nuclear deal with iran because they have similar opinions that this deal is very bad to the world and since. president crop is keeping the cards very close to the chest and not saying what is going to decide and there are ten days i think that he wants to encourage him to go forward with a regional intention and withdraw from the deal with the one. to what extent will people listen to the views of for example the i.a.e.a. who deny that iran has had any involvement in the development of nuclear weapons since two thousand and nine the east foreign policy chief certainly wasn't convinced by the information put forward will their opinions be listened to. i think president trump. proved the very independent
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in these decisions you have made to the european leader you listen to what they say they express his opinion about the nuclear deal is very persistent he needs approaches towards the sea deal with iran and they ultimately will make a decision but i don't think that the european leaders skin influence a president probably is very determined also the decision about the nuclear deal with iran is an implication because certainly in the meeting the over president trump with the north korean leader and i think that he will try to make. the right decision in the in order to benefit also say when he comes to talk with the north korean leader at the fact that the americans were able to say we believe this is all the judgment information so quickly seems pretty clear that they had
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prior access to all the information why went all the other countries involved in the original nuclear deal given this information prior as well. you're right this in information that we saw yesterday on t.v. was presented already to the americans the president trump in the white house more than a month ago so the americans are not surprised they knew exactly the content of these documents i think they are very special relationship between israel and the united states concerning. some security issues that are more warm and close than the connection between israel and the european a union but ultimately these this information all the documents in the in intelligence information will be transferred will be sent to the europeans also so
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they can be impressed themselves personally and check the information to see that it's authentic joining us from jerusalem my guest is our political analyst here only ben many many thanks for your time and i've said it once but i say they can always train many thanks for your time today appreciate your company the same in more news after this short break. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crimes happen each day. eighty five percent of global wealth to the old bridge eight point six percent
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market so thirty percent. some with one hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember is one one shows you can't afford to miss the one and only. back. getting rid of nuclear weapons on the korean peninsula will make the world a safer place he also expressed confidence his meeting with kim jong un would
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happen soon comes in the wake of friday's historic summit between the leaders of north and south korea during which the two sides committed to denuclearize ation and vowed to sign a proper peace treaty however trump's national security adviser says the denuclearization should be based on what happened in libya. will president trump in the sickest that kim give up ship out all of those nuclear weapons all of those nuclear fuel all of those ballistic missiles before the us makes any concessions yeah i think that's what denuclearization means and we have very much in mind the libyan model from two thousand and three two thousand and four. back in two thousand and three libya agreed to eliminate its weapons of mass destruction but there's a lot of explains the country didn't exactly benefit. remember the colonel colonel gadhafi he once had the nuclear program scary stuff
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a despot with nuclear weapons so the world sanctioned him pressured him punished him eventually colonel gadhafi offered to scrap his nuclear program the u.s. and britain made the deal all hush hush they lifted sanctions resurrected relations made friends seven years later they came back and helped to kill him. he died painfully tortured alone in the desert his army having been obliterated by the u.s. britain and allies his murderous freedom fighters they called them then would go on to plunge libya into our naki killing thousands many and the place on terror lists later pundits in america in europe in korea would write that
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perhaps gadhafi giving up the only weapon that could have protected him was a bad idea in pyongyang's view the libyans took the economic bait foolishly disarmed themselves and once they were defenseless were mercilessly punished by the west the president a firm really been leaders gadhafi is brutal death does not offer much confidence can join in about a safe exit the libyan crisis is teaching the international community a great lesson iran when giving up its nuclear program thought it could get a better deal i want to ask if you're made of your mind to pull out of that deal and if you do pull out of the deal do you think you worry that sends the wrong message to north korea as you see to enter nuclear talks with kim jong un no i think it sends the right message you know in seven years that deal will have expired and iran is free to go. go ahead and create nuclear weapons that's not acceptable seventy years is tomorrow that's not acceptable you can't help but
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wonder at the logic if there is any it's hard to tell sometimes with trump how is ripping up a nuclear disarmament deal a good thing or a good precedent maybe north korea will get it it has now floated the idea that it's too could give up its nuclear program it is important to be positive optimistic look forward don't think about what happened to the last few guys that gave up their nukes maybe mr bolton didn't think about what he was saying he does want north korea to disarm right not grew its nuclear arsenal and paranoia or perhaps mr bolton one of the most hawkish and militant officials in the u.s. brought up libya on purpose it seems like they're telling the north koreans don't disarm when they do that because of course north korea like iraq for that matter disarm and then the u.s.
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invaded them and destroyed them and killed the leaders and killed all the people in the in the ruling circles so you can really tell mr crump when you i mean you know one moment endorsing peace at another moment is telling. mr kim that he is going to be. sodomized with a bad net like the. old market or hang them as they did to saddam hussein if the north koreans feel the u.s. is going to destroy their country and would have starved all the countries in that area meanwhile south korea started removing the loudspeakers from its border with the north in light of the deescalation they used to send out pointed messages like these. i want to go.
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on the broadcasts could be heard not only by north korean soldiers on the border but also by locals living close to it propaganda loudspeakers on both sides of regularly being removed and re-installed following times of both tension and deescalation between the two koreas meanwhile the leader of south korea moon jane is even reportedly suggested that trump deserves the nobel peace prize for his efforts we've got public reaction to this first in the united states. which world leader has done the most for world peace three. that's a tough one but i guess i'd point to him as a member of south korea and can you point to which world leader has done the most for world peace out of these three. the world is there to tell us why. on all three trump the only one that's been able to get these people to talk to
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each other. the leader of south korea has suggested that donald trump be given the nobel prize my god no he doesn't deserve anything but. i find it difficult to give donald trump credit for anything is the worst thing i ever heard oh my god. yeah that's not going to have. a leading cancer surgeon in russia is raising awareness of the dangers of late diagnosis he launched his campaign after he himself found out too late that he has the disease and now has little chance of survival. well the sickness one channel when there was no oldish discomfort but found out that i was ill by chance so i had stomach ache took some pills to still decided to check the book the symptoms meant the scan clearly showed it wasn't schumacher so
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a day later i already had the bug nurses physical. with a judge and yeah the day i found out i told my wife and use their shopping for some presents for our kids she panicked started crying her hands were shaking i tried to comfort her as i could told her all my treatment plans the hardest thing is to help my kids cope. and there's a lesson in there but. the main aim of the project is to give cancer patients as much information about the disease as possible currently the situations that we have a sort of between the patient and the doctor the patients must know everything about the disease the prognosis all possible complications and all the options.
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they have. come under encourage just one of a college just one. spot massive opposition pressure and three weeks of huge street protest our main is part of it has rejected an opposition leader's candidacy for prime minister thousands of opposition supporters have been demonstrating in the center of the country's capital yet advances the morning while watching the parliamentary session on special screens at the passion young failed to be. they've pledged to continue protesting till his quote victorious end meaning laura new vote must be held nine days after if the prime minister is rejected the nominee fails to win a vote the second time parliaments this mist and fresh elections are held by some position protests started almost three weeks ago and forced the previous prime minister. to resign. ok you're right up to date the very latest headlines
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and useless coming your way thirty four minutes time. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy on sunday shouldn't let it be an arms race off and spearing dramatic development is only really going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education being supplanted by the right to access education. higher education is becoming just another product that can be bought and sold but it's not just about education anymore it's also about running a business and what you're good models of. luck with these songs. follow we could
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if you. want is the place of students in this business model before college i was born now i'm an extremely more higher education the new global economic war. this is boom bust broadcasting around the world from right here walk from the white house washington d.c. i'm bart chilton. coming up today most of the tech stocks absent apple have reported their first quarter earnings we'll take a look at what the future holds for last year's leading sector can the growth continue we'll ask the c.e.o. of the stock shoosh melissa are mo plus our t.
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correspondent ashley banks tells us about big tobacco profits and baby and there's new news about that southwest airlines flight where the engine blew apart killing one person former national transportation safety board director jamie finch joins us for the latest and the third time may be the charm for t. mobile and sprint will have a dream to join forces but will antitrust officials allow the merger to go forward archies alex behala the joins us to discuss all that ahead but first just some stories topping today's. and speaking of an i trusts final arguments were made today in the antitrust case related to the proposed merger of a t. and t. and time warner the justice department originally filed suit last november to prevent the merging of the two media go elias the antitrust unit at the department argued that the intraday shouldn t. is distribution assets including direct t.v. with time warner is content sources including h.b.o. and turner networks would create an entity with the motive and the means of the
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keywords the motive and the means to get out direct t.v.'s distribution rivals with higher prices if rivals were to balk at the higher prices a unified eighty and t. and time warner could demand the d.o.j. argued the newly merged entity might simply expand market share by keeping the content for itself the eighty five billion dollar merger will now be in the hands of federal judge richard leon who has seemed skeptical of the key premises of the government's and i trust case. and more news on wal-mart's shifting strategy to conquer new market share in india last week we reported on wal-mart's plan to acquire india's top online retailer flipkart putting the arkansas based real taylor in a position to challenge amazon in that emerging market now the wall street journal reports that the flip side of wal-mart's play for india is a move to divest itself of hundreds of stores in brazil and the u.k.
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wal-mart reported plans to sell about jordi stake in its united kingdom's based grocery store chain as the to competitor j. sainsbury while keeping a forty percent stake as well as selling a controlling stake in its brazilian business advent it to advent international wal-mart currently operates six hundred as the stores in the u.k. and four hundred sixty five wal-mart's in brazil. wage and salary news alphabet incorporated owner of google has announced the median pay for its workers the point where the wages of half the employees fall below while half half of the others make more it's reach one hundred ninety seven thousand dollars those figures make alphabet the four highest paying company out of three hundred ninety seven of the s. and p's five hundred firms that have already disclosed pastis to sticks as of last friday but still left alphabet alphabets median lag.


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