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the. president well. it was forged from washington ten days left to decide on the fate. also ahead. use force. to restore order. was caught up in one of the demonstrations. deployed. a new poll shows democrats are struggling to appeal to people in the. new york to see if the values of the so-called generation are changing.
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every hour of the day this is our to international. company our top story this hour is really prime minister binyamin netanyahu appears to be on the offensive to convince donald trump to scrap the current nuclear deal with iran now it's after he claimed using a power point presentation. over its program. to persuade the world comes just days before america's president looks set to walk away from the. so they're trying to bamboozle the entire world in and i'm very glad that president trump has. enough of that we're not going to be hoodwinked we're not going to be taken for a ride we're going to have to do
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a serious serious change or to make sure that iran does not have nuclear weapons that means this deal was a terrible deal why give this speech in english and do it in such a big way well because i wanted the world to hear all of it while bibi may claim he's trying to convince the world that really isn't true the only person he needs to convince ease trump and given trump spots rhetoric that may not be so difficult to do donald trump made it clear he didn't like the deal back in the days of his campaign and netanyahu is presentation more showmanship than facts seemed to really mesh with trump tonight i'm here to tell you one thing. iran large i think of anything what's happening today and what's happened over the last little while and what we've learned has really shown that i've been one hundred percent right his presentation was largely in english and he went all out to prove that
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iran is developing nuclear weapons he presented thousands of documents c.d.'s as part of his powerpoint presentation except almost all of it was old some of the stuff b.b. presented as an indisputable evidence dated to nine hundred ninety three almost nothing beyond two thousand and three experts said john brennan cia director said netanyahu showed nothing that indicated that iran had violated the nuclear deal and the international atomic agency agrees the agency had no credible indications of activities in iran relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device of the two thousand and nine the us to be done said that this proves that iran quote has a robust plan this nuclear weapons program a few hours later they changed it quietly to iran quote had
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a robust clandestine nuclear weapons program they blamed clerical error for that one nonetheless they say iran is still dishonest iran lied on the front end they were dishonest actors so far it's been entirely unconvincing experts buying it u.s. officials skeptical pundits and convinced european allies urging trump to come to his senses and reconsider almost everyone else is too but benjamin netanyahu has his charms and he's done it before there is a question what's to it that's. and is working and is advancing towards the development of nuclear weapons question what's we see how confident he was only an invasion and thousands of deaths laid to find out that b.b.
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had lied his charms never worked with the bomb they didn't get along all that well but they go to along great with bush and it looks like it's working with trump great friends those two they've both claimed well just some background hailed as a huge diplomatic success the iran nuclear deal was hammered out back in twenty fifteen that was between the us china britain russia france and germany negotiations took nine years ending a sustained period of stalemate over iran's nuclear activities tehran agreed to strict limits on its nuclear program and also to open up its facilities to international experts in return some sanctions against the country were lifted well don't even make albums the executive director of the ron paul institute for peace prosperity say's the israeli leader wants to maneuver the u.s. into a confrontation with iran. netanyahu knows very well that he cannot take on iran on
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his own bibi is playing trump like a fiddle but look around trump is good all the same losers that were in power in two thousand and two who lied us into going into iraq or we're supposed to believe that somehow just a week or so before trump has to make his decision on iran that all of a sudden it come into this amazing information here let us rush to share with you this information telling you how evil they are it's all pure theatrical just like his ridiculous bomb thing at the u.n. it's just a desperate ploy to lie as into another war. moving on now may day rallies in the french capital turn violent on tuesday with mass demonstrators burning cars on hurling smoke grenades over one hundred people being detained by police our correspondent charlotte devinsky was caught in the crossfire as officers moved in to control the trouble.
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it was. it. was. those clashes we saw between the police and the protesters have been some of the most room puncture 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
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masks just have a look at this is one of the vehicles that they burned still smoking there and just behind it the plume of smoke that came up from this vehicle huge promptly means of smoke that went up and just completely marked this block of apartments where people were living protesters would be damaging and smashing items up across this part of paris and the police had 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 caught in the crossfire here is what happened in the middle of cashews now starting when the police already did i don't look or 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 for two of really cool. and i'm going to bike and as you can see smoke ok.
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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 and the foam that's been on the ground to try and push these protesters back take a look behind me and they're actually trying to barricades themselves up now that's off to they set fire to what looked like a juicy piece of fact it's still own fire over there in the distance the prices just did is if you just turn around a little bit more what we have a look at this you may see this big over don't smoke coming up here on the protesters what they did is they lit fine it's you what seemed to be some sort of motorbike and a car show at the penske. paris. the
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democratic party in the u.s. could be in for a rough number of years if recent polls are anything to go by it's been revealed americans born after nineteen ninety five the so named generations they had more conservative leanings than older voters at the same age a survey all over and fifty fellows and people under the age of twenty three shows increasing support for the republican party while a large number of them would also buck donald trump's reelection in twenty twenty one like the older millennial age group generation is it is more of choose to conservative policies with the economy education and gun rights taking priority over other issues caleb maupin has been finding out whether values amongst the youngest voting bloc are changing our young americans just less rebellious and more friendly to tradition and authority or is. they're a problem on the left side of the spectrum we decided to talk with some younger americans and find out shutting down conservative or right wing speakers on college
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campuses to identify with that shutting them down now i don't think we should completely shut them down and why agassi i think everyone should have a voice and be able to speak on campuses he shouldn't close it seems to be to want to be open to anything anyone especially the president college said and that's a good as the last place we should be saying no to open ideas and discussion i don't think that's fair because everybody is entitled to their opinion we don't have to agree with each other that doesn't necessarily mean we can't have a civilized conversation facebook different social media outlets saying a certain racial words are offensive and those they'll strike them down take speech do you agree with that. no i don't. want again everybody has. their right to. talk on they want to talks because they want to speak it's a free country so why not share yeah they shouldn't censor things i am i think that
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a lot worse things are happening in the world what about like getting rid of certain sports practices they say are offensive to women like ring girls in boxing or cheerleading. i would say leave the option for to something that exists and don't necessarily like promote it's as a thing we don't necessarily have to get rid of and i think we should just to just put more males into it there's somebody always willing to take the jobs years ago it was liberals that were calling for freedom of speech and challenging social norms but these days we're increasingly seeing calls for censorship coming from the left so is it possible that younger americans simply don't want to comply with the rules being imposed by the liberal order are conservatives now the rebels able bop and r. t. new york posting in the u.s. it seems even your promo and dress can become an issue of sensitivity tradition. first some online one girl fund the hard way after she posted pictures of her
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traditional chinese i fed on social media. chatter and causing so much negativity i mean no disrespect to chinese culture i'm simply sharing my appreciation to their culture i'm not deleting my posts because i've done nothing but show my tough for the culture. the way people dress to the way they talk about it as they speak about the democrat party over the last decade
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in america has been anything but the american people will have of the democratic party is that it is on issues to create a mentality that's that's the ruling dynamic of the democratic party they go out and seek people who feel what they kind of fanned the flames of the mentality convincing them that they have an oppressor and then they say we're here to rescue . you're watching our to international still to come this hour journalists are being called on to join the ranks of the british army find out why after this short break.
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quite. a play for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside out it's. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money just kill you narrowness and spending six to twenty million on one player. book it's an experience like nothing else on here because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game played great so one more chance for. the base this minute.
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i. sixteen minutes past three pm here in moscow welcomed by government protesters have blocked roads and railways in the capital of the former soviet republic armenia that's after parliament there voted against the country's opposition leader's bid to become prime minister traffic in the city was disrupted subway system main road to the country's only international airport was blocked government protests have been ongoing since mid april just before our media as national election protesters for surged who was appointed prime minister to resign early last week opposition leader in the call was later nominated as the only candidate to replace him but parliament has now rejected that idea with a vote. the u.k.'s defense secretary is calling on journalists an i.t.
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specialist to join the ranks of the army to defeat the threat of fake news and cyber propaganda picking up the story. or. he is a rising star a fireplace salesman turned defense secretary he is gavin williamson and he summons you my fellow british geek it's battlefield world wide web and the u.k. army is ready to charge at the enemy in this age where there's so much this information we're britain's enemies will use every angle they can do to change the narrative people who have traditionally thought about joining reserve forces we want them to come in but actually it's looking to different people whether it be journalists those people with amazing cyber nighty skills those people with the ability to really understand about getting messages across their worst nightmare is coming true with the enemy has infiltrated but your id skills are
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a game changer we are living in the era of fake news and competing narratives the government will respond with more and better use of national security communications to tackle these interconnected complex challenges. fake new moves and adverse are you worthy of a call to arms from the military chief himself by his standards that's a pretty big deal to realize that it's enough to look at his voting record from the time when he was a conservative m.p. the investigation into the iraq war for instance was below the worthy attention bar for williamson in twenty sixteen he voted against an inquiry into the contrast between the public statements and private actions in the run up to the war human rights and equality i'm also not something worth fighting for according to williamson like when he voted against outlawing discrimination on the basis of cost you know the situation when you can be written off as scum for your whole life
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simply because you were born into the wrong family but what williamson voted consistently for though it was for and bombing smart surveillance and bulk data collection we've come a long way from churchill's we shall fight them on the basis of way to the point where we're going to fight them on twitter and we're going to fight them in facebook and the rest of social media so i think the very suggestion that this is a priority for our armed forces is is very disturbing if you're looking at journalists. join up with the armed forces i find really peculiar and very strange as you say a journalist can do a perfectly good job discovering truth and exposing things that need to be exposed through the normal channels so why would they suddenly become puppets of if you like a particular aspect of government but of course with fake news being such
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a hot topic now a feast we can be sure the british army will stay trendy at least while williamson is in charge. ok changing gears now the fifa world cup trophy has arrived. in russia head of football's biggest event which kicks off right here in moscow in just over six weeks time the sport's most iconic prize has been to more than fifty countries before arriving in russia just talk the trophy will not visit eight other cities and finish its trip in moscow. will also tour right across russia's artie's own legend of the game former manchester united goalkeeper peter smikle ease this week in sort she he's doing a report on on all the host cities across the country this time it's the southern city and it's available online at r.t. dot com for now let's just take a little preview. welcome
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to first and welcome to such as. one of the really really cool things. you can literally be on the beach working on you saw inside of forty minutes later you can feel it still floating skeet whatever you fancy tell going to go in the star. couple of. so much more fun than screen. one of the big attractions in saw truth is of course the all to draw.
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i got that was that was also a. really good get used to the. peter schmeichel in sort change just approaching help us three in the afternoon here in moscow this wednesday may the second not days or stories for us but stay with us for more great. programs right ahead this is r t international.
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so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy from day shouldn't let it be an arms race is on often spearing dramatic development only mostly i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. a little too late to leave the victim outside the system when you first fulfill something funny that i just don't mind. when i left that i sat next.
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to martin and i'm having a lot of those may. be a little silly but the world. leaves leave the work he's slow. to. leave. the. country of the legal uglies and i believe he's going to come to the moment i have a difficult moment. and these years i'm able to often do i don't. know how shamal. going to be done it will be a little admission from the. about
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your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last turn. you're out to cut up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each fret. but then my feelings started to change you talked about more like it was again still some more fond of you those that didn't like to question our r. . and i secretly promised to never again like it said one does not leave a funeral in the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one quite different person to speak to now as there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker.
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thank you. this is boom bust broadcasting around the world from washington d.c. i'm part children coming up today saudi arabia is on a point rate has reached record levels causing increased arky correspondent caleb mop and gives us the latest and we talk trade and terrorist with alex behind all of it and authors keen plus r.t. correspondent dan cohen fills us in on the economic progress made by greece and
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their economy and us snoop dogg's said last week we'll put the crip back in crypto with technology writer morgan tech all that debt ahead but first we hit the headlines. the merger of mania continues yesterday was a particularly busy and big day for mergers as more than one hundred twenty billion dollars worth of deals were announced according to the market tracking firm deal logic we were ported on a couple of those wal-mart's bid to spin off u.k. grocery store locations and refocus on the fight with amazon for the indian market and the third try on a sprint t. mobile merger but there were many others and the numbers speak for themselves there have not been as many burgers since two thousand and seven and they won't be stopping any time soon. among the big deals moving markets on monday was the agreement by marathon petroleum to buy oil refinery endeavor for twenty three point three billion dollars the prices notably payable in cash were shares under
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a formula that values and devore stock roughly twenty first twenty five percent over its closing price on friday according to a calculation by bloomberg news the acquisition of endeavor is the biggest deal ever in refining and would create the single largest refining company in the country marathon endeavor currently ranked as the second and fifth large. refining and ados respectively marathon c.e.o. a predicted eventual savings of as much as a billion dollars a year for increased efficiencies after the companies are integrated. and rising unemployment in saudi arabia is raising concerns as m.b.'s crown prince mohammed bin solomon is seeking to overhaul the kingdom of the heart of me here with the latest is r t correspondent who joins us from new york thanks for being with us i was really surprised to learn that the unemployment rate in saudi arabia was almost thirteen percent last year just seems crazy and a big pretty big problem for m.b.a.'s what's the latest well the kingdom of saudi
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arabia is having a little bit of an identity crisis right now because essentially sense way back in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight when oil was discovered in the arabian peninsula the house of saudi has had a pretty clear relationship with the rest of the world namely they've been kind of vassals overseeing the extraction of their natural resources and selling them on the global market on the way the saudi economy is set up at senator around aramco which is their state run oil company that center essential functions as kind of a middleman for exxon mobil b.p. shell other western oil companies extract their oil and and sell it on the international market and what's interesting is we're at the point where at this point because of hydraulic fracking there's a huge amount of oil coming from the united states the domestic extract in is vastly expanded you've also got deep sea drilling which has expanded the amount of oil and.


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