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graded on the others that are being started their cases being started we don't know yet but we will know soon. they have promised a full investigation top cuban authorities were on the side on the scene of this tragedy the president himself president. was just been sworn into office he was there the minister of transportation was there everybody was there trying to help and figure out what happened it's a tragedy by all means it's a local flight a passenger flight that airlines have lists from a mexican air company global air i understand is the name and on the crew was a mexican crew also. but a very very sad situation indeed a boeing seven three seven with more than one hundred people on board. the parties likely to become italy's next coalition government spearheaded by the five star movement on the northern league party who build
a radical program designed to alter the course of national politics although it could cause concern for the e.u. as donald quarter explains brussels a sweating a bit more than usual these days and it's all because italy's new euro skeptic government doesn't intend on playing by the e.u. has rules it is important to abide by budget discipline and especially for its only to continue to reduce the deficit it is important to stay on track. being a good champion also means being a good european citizen it needs to be repeated out loud especially now the left wing five star movement and the right wing northern league party formerly fringe now turned government majorities are promising italians a government of change confronting the e.u. on immigration austerity and taxation childers to everyone even only european level for now and the italian. the new government's plan for italy and europe is
everything brussels doesn't want people before economic obligations as a senior official of the northern league described it they're demanding a debt discount an expansion of welfare programs and a reduction of taxes which would be a big blow to the e.u. as wallet italy is also telling brussels it's had enough bearing the burden of the migrant crisis on top of that they're challenging something that's been a constant in the e.u.'s foreign policy for some years by saying drop the sanctions against russia last time brussels saw a similar rebellion was when an anti-establishment party took the reins in greece when an austerity sarees a party came to power what a headache it was for the e.u. and we agreed to disagree. we didn't reach an agreement it was never on the cards that we would. we didn't even agree to disagree from where i'm standing but the greek experience could hardly have been considered
a win for euro skeptics series about under pressure and agreed to a renewed austerity program in italy it seems both parties of the government coalition are getting along so far after they finalize their program they'll just need approval from the italian president if approved it would be the first e.u. founder state to be ruled by a euro skeptic government and that's starting to give brussels bigger worries than it originally had we have to brace ourselves for the worst scenario and the worst scenario could be operational government as if the absence of a government in italy seemed bad enough for the e.u. it could be soon contending with a major member state in all out rebellion donald quarter r.t. . italy's main stock market reacted negatively as the political program contains a number of sweeping economic proposals a representative of the likely center right coalition told the radical plans a vital for modern italy we came to the point where the final contract that is
included in the most important things from the two parts we need this to come down also the country and be able to state into the european you know in a strong way we are very focused on. democracy three that low we respect our alliances we want to be part of the e.u. . being stronger as italy. there's been a large explosion at a chemical plant in the u.s. state of texas reports say at least twenty two people have been injured two hundred fifty workers were on selling to the plant in pasadena when the blast it's not clear what caused it authorities say the blast posed no danger to the public. now the u.s. has lashed out at a u.n. probe into gaza violence we'll explain all after the break. it's.
we have to judge countries and leaders at the rec. so we need more objective but the reality is that you know media tries to get the facts but also leaving the white their world view so this is where social media and direct communication comes in unfortunately it's sometimes called fake news or sometimes yes but it's
sometimes actually a different world view that they just take news by powerful people. the un human rights council has voted to launch an international probe into the mass deaths of palestinians on the israeli gaza border washington has condemned the resolution u.s. envoy to the u.n. nikki haley has suggested that the international organization has more important things to deal with at a time when venezuela lurches to a dictatorship iranian prison of political opponents and ethnic cleansing has taken place in burma the un so-called human rights council has decided to launch an investigation into democratic countries legitimate defense of its own border against terrorist attacks it is another shameful day for human rights. recent
protests in gaza have seen fifty eight killed according to the palestinian health ministry with israel facing international condemnation because in their one of turkey's branded israel's actions a genocide against the palestinians iranian president hassan rouhani called for a united muslim front to stop what he called israeli crimes and the rallies continued friday thousands gathered at the border fence to condemn deaths there from monday that was when the u.s. formally moved its embassy in israel to jerusalem both israelis and palestinians have longstanding statehood bids for the city. of the israeli army commented via twitter on recent clashes saying that its troops
operated in accordance with the rules of engagement including firing live rounds quote selectively according to the un human rights council three and a half thousand palestinians have been wounded by live ammo since major violence erupted at the border on march thirtieth this week scars of violence was fueled on tuesday by the anniversary of our day that symbolizes the displacement of the palestinian people and the creation of israel we spoke to one palestinian who witnessed the day that the first jewish settlers arrived and the rise of violence that followed.
phyllis linnean the number of palestinians killed or injured in these rallies is horrifying most of them a civilian who have nothing to do with any military organization they just want justice and to return to their ancestral lands which are occupied by israel they want the world to know about their fight for justice the process is run on if the israeli army had not reacted to disproportionately they could have been some form of agreement people would have just gone home all the decisions on the palestinian problem made long ago trying to un resolutions if israel agrees to comply with them
there will be peace in palestine. in a lavish ceremony britain's prince harry has married the former american t.v. actress mega markel it was watched by an estimated global t.v. audience of more than a billion with much of the media gushing over the world celebration has taken a slightly less reverence look here's the latest episode of an online show. in case you missed it right on monday and this is a marriage that looks like it will last the average length at least. britain's prince harry marrying american actress american model gives the global media a reason to pretend that no one has ever heard of a wedding before and the public a chance to get angry about stuff they could not get about the setting of the ceremony is it wins that cost so it's been described as a humble setting than westminster abbey yeah it's just
a humble cotswold one truly impressive is huge signaling turn off thousands will be coleman is i mean around inside the grounds of the cars so nowhere near the actual ceremony that. people from a range of background should be herded in like i know as august has been unconfirmed reports suggest that at least one class and from every race there prince philip husband silted will be represented each kind of will be treated to a sausage roll and a cup of tea but they were told to bring their own picnics as well so they don't cost out before seeing one true privilege looks like claims but not to the sunday shows and see will cost an estimated twenty thousand pounds but for the lucky people feel too spoiled they need to remember that the lemon in the end of the real guests are going to be eating inside this fifty thousand pounds price knows where they're getting their room service magen go anyway well
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been accused of racism in the media but it turns out in this particular case his comments were taken out of context. we have people coming into the country trying to come and we're stopping. but we're taking people out of the country where we believe where the street. is our people. these are animals. i want to share what trump said yesterday when he was talking about sanctuary cities in california these are animals i'm a lot more concerned when he does things like immigrants animals and it is a very slippery slope when you start dehumanizing people this way it's what the nazis did it's what slave owners did it's not what americans do. now ice is the only law enforcement agency that can not use our databases to find the bad guys. who
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stuff. show you how i don't want the crimea bridge was built. what was the construction of when you need to transport. the well dug of crimea to costa mortal there was a wall google for more familiar bit of the bird flu. here in kiev in recent days it might dawn independence square has turned into a full scale war zone. full clancy's a new craze capital kiev. there
is absolutely no you shall like it or what you are fairly good shape already nice it would then. now on the brink of a civil war at least seventy dead so far and the death toll rising it you know would you. a new music stockholm and you know. what we saw here today was a revolution. but it was initially but it's how you'll know playing it even tested over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals with. us from when you go to go to. nato has expanded into thirteen countries up to the borders of russia thirteen countries. focus has to be on not allowing ice into hot fall between ukraine and russia.
upcoming. ukraine. it's an ancient and proud land. with a rich history filled with much beauty heroism and sacrifice. ukraine is a border land. a place where east meets west. this is the flag of ukraine the blue represents the sky the gold its seemingly endless fields of wheat. a ukraine is a prize many have sought. and much blood spilled in the quest possesses.
ukraine has been the pathway for western powers as they attempted to conquer the east. in world war one. and world war two. and every time the ukrainian people ended up paying the highest price for these grand games of powers . history doesn't repeat but it surely rhymes said mark twain. if one looks closely at the history of ukraine one will notice many rhymes. being surrounded by stronger powers ukraine has needed a lot of cunning to survive and the art they truly mastered with time is the art of changing sides. in the middle of the seventeenth century ukrainian leader dunn who. broke a truce agreement made with poland siding more powerful russia. just
over fifty years later as the russian swedish war was raging another ukrainian leader ivan mazeppa bro. the union with russia when he switched sides joining forces with the swedish invaders many times ukrainian history was written by third parties seeking to keep the gains of a revolution at any cost russia agreed to the humiliating conditions of the breast with treaty of one nine hundred eighteen which turned ukraine into a german protectorate another historical document to change the fate of ukraine was a molotov ribbentrop pact of one nine hundred thirty nine one of many such agreements being signed between european countries and rising germany. attempting to protect his nation from the approaching nazi threat. joseph stalin negotiated a treaty of nonaggression with adolf hitler while promising each other piece of the
soviet in german foreign ministers molotov and ribbentrop realigned the map of eastern europe splitting it into german and soviet spheres of influence. no sooner had the mala tav ribbentrop pact been signed then poland was split and in september of one nine hundred thirty nine eastern poland awoke to be western ukraine and a part of the family of soviet republics and the u.s.s.r. . but even this bold dividing of lands and nations only delayed the inevitable germany broke its promise to the u.s.s.r. . on june twenty second one thousand nine hundred forty one germany invaded the u.s.s.r. launching barber rossa the largest military operation in world history.
barbara was aiming for st petersburg moscow and kiev ukraine three destinations of major significance ukraine with its rich lands and resources was an important industrial and economic source for the u.s.s.r. to cut it off from the soviet union would strike a big blow indeed. for most of the soviet union the second world war was about fighting the invaders of their land. but it wasn't quite so simple for ukraine the truth is ukraine has never been a united country. when world war two broke out a large part of western ukraine's population welcomed the german soldiers as liberators from the reese. certainly forced upon them soviet rule and openly collaborated with the germans. the real scale of collaboration was not announced for many years after the war but we now know that whole divisions and battalions
were formed by ukrainian collaborators such as s.s. galaxy and not to go and roll into battalions. just in the beginning of the war more than eighty thousand people from college cina region voluntarily enrolled into division s.s. galut seen in a month and a half notorious for their extreme cruelty towards the polish jewish and russian people on the territory of ukraine. members of these military groups came mostly from the organization of ukrainian nationalists the zero un founded in one nine hundred twenty nine this organization had an ultimate goal of creating an ethnically pure independent ukraine and considered terror an acceptable tool for achieving their ends their official flag was black and red bland and blood it will remain in ukraine's history long after the o. un will cease to exist in early one nine hundred forty the most radical
nationalistic part of the organization of ukrainian nationalists got its own leader step on bond era severely anti semitic an anti communist he proclaimed an independent ukraine in one nine hundred forty one. his german allies frowned upon such an act of self will and it landed him in prison for nearly all the second world war not participating in the events physically bun darragh still managed to successfully spread his ideology many independent historians estimate that the zero un militia exterminated from one hundred fifty to two hundred thousand jews on ukrainian territory occupied by the germans by the end of one nine hundred forty one. the most notorious and outrageous massacre took place september twenty ninth and thirtieth nineteen forty one in babi yar kiev. of the city of kiev and its vicinity must
appear on monday september twenty ninth by eight o'clock in the morning. bring documents money and valuables and also warm clothing linen and cetera. then do not follow this order and are found elsewhere will be shot. thirty three thousand seven hundred seventy one jews were killed in this two day operation of the nazis and ukrainian militia. another outrageous massacre was carried out by the ukrainian insurgent army and the bond era faction of the organization of ukrainian nationalists in german occupied polish foligno and eastern between one nine hundred forty three and one nine hundred forty four this genocide of poles was led by me colette that thirty five thousand to sixty thousand people in vali nya and twenty five to forty thousand the eastern galaxia fell victim to this massive ethnic
cleansing operation. sensing the inevitable loss of the german troops the organization of ukrainian nationalists who gave up on their former ally and began fighting equally against the germans and the soviet forces. in january nine hundred forty three u.s.s.r. troops started pushing the nazis back liberating one part of ukraine after another . western ukraine was the last ukrainian region held by the germans finally being liberated in october of one nine hundred forty four. bands continue to wage their guerrilla war against the soviet regime carrying out bloody raids on ukrainian villages and towns and leaving behind chaos and casualties. this war went on until the middle of the one nine hundred fifty s. when the last collaborators were either detained or fled the country. on
may seventh one thousand nine hundred forty five germany unconditionally surrendered to the allies ukraine remained a part of the soviet union ft for. its. the peace after the second world war was short lived. the united states and the soviet union nations who allied together along with england to defeat the nazis tragically became foes as the cold war began. it's. good.