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thank you thank you. thank you. for. the stories the shapes the week the suppose of the evidence pointing towards russia and that's where power poisoning case is seriously weakened also several major claims are refuted. a bit over the summer because it was. a six week a bounty israeli protests along the gaza border brings the palestinian death toll to nearly fifty thousand small remain wounded. the israeli prime minister and here's a run of secretly trying to expand its nuclear program we take a look at whether donald trump is buying into the p.m.'s dramatic speech ahead of
deadline day to drop the twenty fifth day nuclear deal. and what's being called the worst may day riot in half a century takes place in paris more than two hundred people are arrested following clashes with police. the middle class is now starting to be the police or the lookout for you'll see the chief guests coming up to us the police leave again and that's because just behind us there is a lot of going on. a very good morning to two you. from all of our team here in moscow you're watching the weekly around before the latest news on the big stories that have shaped the past week. this week seen some major developments in the ongoing investigation into the script poisoning case a nato ally admitted it produced
a lot of rich talk like substance as recently as last year and then the un's chemical watchdog backtracked on previous claims about the nerve agent jacqueline picks up the story criminal investigations usually work towards conclusions as new information and facts come to light but with this group all case it all seems a bit backwards it feels like those pesky details are being ignored take for example the embarrassing but significant slip up we heard this week from the chief of the international chemical weapons watchdog the research activities or protection you would need for instance five to ten grams of bits even in seoul is free it looks like they may have used more than that without knowing the exact quantity i'm told it may be fifty one hundred grams of which goes beyond research activities for protection and the idea that such a large amount having been found suggests that it had been created as a weapon and not for research purposes is important from the get go the u.k. claim that no one talks soviet origins were clear evidence that russia was the guilty party at the same time moscow argued that other states have the ability to
create another truck and have experimented with doing just that so the suggestion that such a large amount wouldn't be found in research situations just adds to that idea that there is no other plausible alternative but that russia is behind the attack there is just one tiny problem with all of that. the o.p.c. w. would not be able to estimate or determine the amount of the nerve agent that was used in souls bre on the fourth of march twenty eighth the quantity should probably be characterized in milligrams but that whiplash inducing you turn has no one's convictions that russia did it even when combined with an announcement coming from the czech president who was produced and tested in the czech republic it was a small quantity that we know when and we know where it was done it would be hypocritical to pretend that such a thing never happened so there you have it and then mission from at least one country saying that yeah they have produced and experimented with know which a class agents delivering a blow to a key element of the u.k.'s case no more can it be claimed that the substance
could've only come from russia right wrong that two didn't dent the narrative the media gave almost no attention to the announcement and those who did cover it pointed out what they called siemens pro russia stance because let's face it in today's climate being pro russia means you're on reliable something else we saw this week was the u.k. national security advisor disclosing the fact that no suspects have been identified in the poisoning but given the fact that the case seems to be based on the assumption of guilty until proven innocent many outlets ran that statement alongside the line that police were urgently reviewing the security of other defective russian spies in the country once again implying moscow's guilt despite a lack of even one suspect after two months and well clearly none of these details are enough to prove russia's innocence at the same time nothing we've seen or heard up till now is enough to prove its guilt either russia's as the revelation by the czech president undermines london's case but in a statement to say the british foreign office repeated its claims that only russia
has the technical means operational experience and motive to target the school we have from a former u.k. intelligence officer and a global affairs expert. it really does blow the whole british american thesis out of the water the british american thesis was that nobody bar of the russians could have produced i mean the formula had been probably in the united states already some years ago and now if. what the czechs are saying today proves to be correct then it really has exploded the entire british american thesis i'm sure there are many there or stylist when we first saw this interview appeared with the chief of the a.p.c. one can look at that and say well ok it's very easy probably to make a mistake in a bit of an interview and say grams when in fact you meant milligrams but it's actually contradicted by what their p.c. to be adam's salves have said make sure what was the reasoning behind the chief
actually saying something that appears to be not just a mistake but at least officially untrue so it was crossed upon by headlines in the west that said that this was further proof that such a huge substance i see huge amount could only come from the states of course to boasted a case that this might be russia. palestinians have been continuing that anti occupation rallies along the gaza border over the course of the past week the area has been indulged in black smoke from burning tires they protest the great to march of return last spill weeks and the number of fatal as he said been mounting.
that do you think if that was that you can think that it's a fight by the israelis like my gosh. ok i did it because i shot it but. it's a sniper is to get it up let me take a look at the tape of a headset mic with live ammunition that the family thinks is going to the target to the medical field like i did you see they took the snipers i took you think about it in drug test series. that made sense you're going to miss. cut.
to could always during my football 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 far snipers shot me in the nude and it was dislocated. and people are actually crossing a fence and turning israeli territory at the right to use non-lethal little idea of swords to carry out her arrest if there has been you know from the high concluding of crossing you know of a border without authorization but using live ammunition right i'm using intentional lethal force is only come in under iraqi minor sponsor an imminent threat to my front and that's not enough what's happening.
it's difficult to see how time burning a stone throwing. or even more for cocktails thrown from a significant distance of heavily protected security forces in defensive positions . can be seen to constitute. i. iran has warned the us that it will severely regret scrapping the twenty fifty nuclear deal this sunday to run also said trust will be lost if washington banks down on the deals made on the donald trump predecessors this comes after the israeli prime minister intensified efforts to convince donald trump to drop the wrong nuclear deal and a dramatic powerpoint presentation benjamin netanyahu claimed to wrong lied about
it nuclear ambitions and his revelations came just days before the us president will decide whether to drop the agreement daniel hawkins has the details 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 to iran 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 of mark hailing this as a significant development in the great intelligence achievement that in your who was sure iran has one reason and one reason only to hide this information why would a terrorist regime hard. and meticulously catalogue its secret nuclear files if not to use the military what other country would do such a thing.