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americans really appreciates all work and our intentions we thought the u.s. is a superpower and values friendship but it doesn't nearly seventeen years ago the u.s. invaded afghanistan to eradicate terrorism but after all these years to even those who still have trust in washington it seems that it can't be protected so american are to washington d.c. . well a russian journalist who's being killed in the ukrainian capital. was shot in the back while entering his apartment we get more details now and if you're a new show what more can you tell us on this well. was a russian journalist who died from gunshot wounds in ukraine's capital kiev now he was found in his apartment by his wife who called the emergency services but he later died from his injuries now. veteran correspondent he worked for a number of russian media outlets as well as being a contributor to the b.b.c. and the guardian he was known for being critical of russia's actions in ukraine and
syria and participated in position movements he left that he left russia in february last year and settled in ukraine to work for a t.v. as a t.v. host for a company that now local police in kiev believe has journalistic activities are the main motive behind the killing perhaps judging his criticism of the kremlin in the past local police say though that he never reported any threats to his life or the security assistance ukrainian and pay. has publicly stated that putin's machine is targeting those who are unbreakable but russian's foreign minister sergei lavrov has said before the investigation has even started once again fingers being pointed out russia. this is becoming a trend for example the scruples unsubstantiated accusations but let's investigate the. use of the chemical substances. the sun's responsible investigation hasn't
started your shoes that's. another tragedy last night russian journalist. was shot in his own home creamer prime minister reduces that was carried out by the russian security services the investigation hasn't even started yet and. now the russian foreign ministry is also pointed out a number of alarming cases of violence against journalists in ukraine and that's cost of mind back to some of these festival as well as enough was a ukrainian journalist who died in two thousand and fifteen and russia was immediately blamed for the death but he was killed by ultra right activists for his pro russian views also it was sharing a russian ukrainian journalist who was killed in two thousand and sixteen not by the russians though but by a bomb detonated by ukrainian execute it is said that this phone and call of the former russian deputy was killed in two thousand and seventeen and russia was immediately being quick to blame but he was killed by his wife ex-boyfriend who
ordered the killing now can't police have ruled out suicide completely but have opened up the criminal case against the chen less death but in the meantime though the russian investigative committee that's opened up its own investigation into the death and authorities to pay the matter into this hour about his initial selfie thank you. ever more suppose that evidence is being presented to show ties between trump and the kremlin the latest being the use of the term witch hunt which has repeatedly been used to describe the probe into condition one democratic congresswoman suggests this is a telltale kremlin phrase was kill or bachmann explains. according to a top democrat in congress if you use the term which on to and you say it over and over and over again which of which are and which you may be a dupe of the kremlin listen to maxine waters talk about trump he's a lying about which but you notice he says which over and over again he has learned
some of the russian tactics about how you you know deal with getting people to believe you you say it over and over again so repeating something over and over and over again is a russian thing that may not be the wisest thing for the democrats to say they've had the same song on repeat for roughly two years russia has hacked into a lot of things the criminal clan russia was meddling in our election russia undermined hillary clinton to over russian hacking operation taken place by russians intelligence committee says that russia is behind this in some form it's goal to do with russia and of course ian brown sugar rush is a russian so if trump and vent of the term which why did the democrats use that exact same term back in the one nine hundred ninety s. when bill clinton's sex scandal was all over the headlines smells like a double standard to me speaking of double standards remember how the democrats pounded the podium against gina haskell the new cia chief there are two reasons
that i oppose this nomination miss haskel support for torture and her willingness to destroy evidence of the cia's use of torture and i have serious concerns about. her confirmation and what kind of signal sent this lady is the real do i'm telling you we're here with everything we possibly think she answered didn't flinch at all well it turns out that while this controversial interrogation program was going on democrats in congress were getting briefings the entire time and did nothing about it and now after the dog and pony show at the hearings is over gina haskell is getting the job and why is gina haskell the new cia chief because two democrats voted for her to an intelligence committee looks poise. to indorse president trump's pick to head the cia gina haskell today this clears the path for her confirmation of cia director and she gained support from democrat senate democrats back when she was secretary of state hillary clinton was always criticizing countries around the world for their human rights record she even pushed obama to
send cruise missiles to libya back in two thousand and eleven supposedly to defend human rights yet at the same time her personal foundation the clinton foundation had no problem getting donations from the very countries that she was criticizing sooty arabia giving twenty five billion dollars guitar all of these countries you talk about women and women's rights so these are people that push gays office buildings these are people that kill women and treat women horribly and yet you take their money so the democrats talk one way and act another i'm not sure where we're finding all these russian tactics they're constantly making reference to because they seem to be practicing double standards all along caleb oppen r.t. new york more news in just a moment. but
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i. it is good to have you with us today william browder a british finance you wanted in russia for talks fraud was briefly detained in spain. can tell us more about this can you bring us up to date what do we know about this incident well bill browder was actually sentenced by a moscow court last year in december and sentenced to nine years in prison for fraud and tax evasion broader back in the ninety's was a huge investor here and russia before everything went south and his firm was investigated for tax evasion and the fraud that he tweeted earlier today that he was arrested by spanish police in madrid and showing showed a picture of the arrest warrant which listed fraud as the criminal charge shortly
however he posted that he had already been released this is a picture of that he also posted of him in the back of the police car saying that he was headed to the station but wasn't sure which station he was being taken to and shortly after he points posted that picture he posted another tweet saying that he had already been released by the spanish police he said that according to him interpol had advised the spanish national police not to honor the notice in the past of course there have been warrants from russia by interpol has said that they were politically motivated however shortly after he posted that spanish police came out saying that the warrant is simply no longer valid so what was the argument of being politically motivated actually come from well there's a lot of history between broader and russia he's actually the man behind the magnitsky act which is a law that blacklist russian officials accused of corruption or human rights violations it's named after sergei magnitsky who worked for brodeur's corp here in
russia and back in two thousand and nine he was a arrested and was found dead later in his moscow prison cell since then broader has been on the be lying. the russian government and trying to hold as many people possible responsible for magnitsky deaths since then so to put it lightly there's some bad blood there so to me sounds like a. thank you very much. thanks for joining us so far so the big day is not far away peter schmeichel zbig trip across russia visiting the big world cup host cities is nearing its end and today the legendary goalkeeper reports from the city though has a special significance for the great dane because that's where his nation and his son casper will kick off their world cup journey. it's.
well come to some arena like so many of the other stadiums this is purposely built for the world cup. pool games being played here and the first of those has a personal interest to me because that will feature my son playing in this pitch but then begins to. presume team being that would be done with but. for the last time i was in a dressing room with a play about two hundred years ago it suddenly didn't look like this it's absolutely fantastic and i think in this heat that all people for whatever team is playing it will be sad and since denmark my son play in the first game and uses this gesture and i think this will be cast aside. i think emotion the players i've got the feeling of denmark playing obviously but also with my son in there some of the moaning most of them and maybe any other game that you think this
is a well the offseason masses. have a son playing that. i'm very proud of. what else is going on around here and peter schmeichel and i'm here to find out. i mean the museum surrounds and that's a pub an exhibition by a fellow called step. at least i think that's how you pronounce it he is an extraordinary artist the centerpiece of the whole expression is this. it's called moses it's made from one. piece of wood and one of the must have been some. tree but it's fantastic it is and so so many other of his pieces in here.
it looks a little bit like a very famous or an elder but let me just see if i can find a picture of him. to go. over the common over from this angle it looks more like a new front. and from over here. from here it's a spitting image of flume for fun how that anklet you see when it was made. it was made in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. so maybe from how did the model for this. i really got inspired by being in the museum so i phoned up a local artist called your e d m just to see if i could use his art gallery and as you can see he's quite a competent artist himself with exhibitions basically everywhere in the world it was nice and all welcome thank you very much. i really want to see if i can paint
so do you mind if i if i use your pencils and colors and yes of course. i'm not sure what's going to end up on the canvas but i will attempt. to. paint a face. painting growing up we didn't have that evidence of my school but i always enjoyed joan. i really like a guy and a guy. here his name is just a condo or a enjoy his work but then of course my my favorites like everybody else would say was have the peak hours. well so sad. because the king said this in the book.
i'm scared of him. he's going to say it's not my best piece but then sin is my only piece it is my best piece. and this is how it looks. i'm just about cigars days now and speak to the defense a fair and this is special for me because this is where i tend not to play the first game but you know hopefully this guy will support that i mean you know that's really far off. peaceful and quiet your own life. sudesh. it's been traveling around russia we see all the host cities and this one is the one that i have been looking forward to is this. this is where the well cup starts
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gun the sleeping pill taken by their mothers before they were born it still haunts its victims today. and i think once the stories i get a moment on what's good. for and they go. under doesn't exist in the movie. fifty five years after the medicine was taken off the market its victims are demanding new legal proceedings they want to prove that they were denied fair compensation. the survivors are placing their faith in the hands of this man. tobias was found after documents that he hopes will shed new light on the consequent scandal. once again it stands for one of the greatest pharmaceutical catastrophes. up until
the one nine hundred sixty s. the sleeping girl was a mass market product the active ingredient solidified sold worldwide for the manufacturing company grown into based near the drug proves to be a success story however more than ten thousand children are born with deformities caused by the pill it's estimated that over eighty thousand embryos die in the womb in germany roughly two thousand eight hundred account again children are still alive today. back in the one nine hundred sixty s. clowes can up was a young pediatrician he began to notice an increased number of deformities in children whose mothers had all taken the same drug. is now eighty eighty years old . it all began with this data sheet from one nine hundred sixty one. pregnancy days or about malformations time records showing when country gun was
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these industries this club. does and those images politic that. tobias are just researching on behalf of the country gun victims. he's searching the archives for evidence and documents that have not been taken into account before today. i'm sent out soon enough. to demand wolf in that. you can view it as a here. paul movie. there also. das sean. mock. the doj employee. made a comment. on the mitten park woman for.
the four dots. and start. to finish. won't end. all. today the company says that the witness must be mistaken man that no warnings were ever issued concerning use during pregnancy pregnant women never knew that the country can sleep in build was not suitable for them the same was true in great britain. two thousand children were born here. i was also want to recommend compensation proceedings. i think the germans find it difficult to face up to the history and they the might and they have to do it now and they will feel ashamed. but at the same time being typically governments they feel powerless they don't know what to do about it but sooner or later they're going to have to confront what happened. in june twenty sixth seen an event takes
place in dusseldorf. the state government issued an invitation a study titled the role of the state of north rhine-westphalia encounter gun and the consequences as presented to the victims of counter gun. the study could been commissioned two years earlier by health minister barbara stephens. it's a ph d. thesis from the faculty of history at the university of much stuff. the author nicholas lee and how much is already under pressure as the meeting begins. one of the reasons is that he used the term lifestyle drug to describe conjugal. dugit it is it's a god like i love style that made a couple of good reasons that all the fish of victims this victim is what's a bit odd to you about dr gupta that's also a bit of others got a hit five in the car bit above and also a bit of that all for thought dust is what i'd leave it as an actor does. it all of
us there with a does it's this big difference in the sort of miles over twenty thirty my miners shoot wrong. for nine both the foreshore ducting did you know i'm alive an important four by one edition where it first of all good news but we want to move on as does the earth and might go windsurfing over it even if i get. the author of the thesis was commissioned by the health minister to examine the role of the state governments during the criminal trial against the manufacture of the frogger optical slunk collected on this collective fire as there is on a trade mission a bonfire invite us and can see the veterans progress my point of view five by four not that us learn to be three to five not does not mr. they to be not and this is our go to side kind of invites get this year i know unsolicited by of course the stuff ons begin. so there is no evidence that the state behaved
improperly during the criminal trial against the pharmaceutical company go in and tell. a key player in the country going trial is north rhine-westphalia as justice minister joseph nye back up the trial began in may nine hundred sixty eight. brinkley's upwards as an a for the foundation's release gotten to do but so i don't want to give you sad i said i'm going to present on an hour let's get down at them these really get it's above in there for becoming justice minister berger acted as criminal defense lawyer for the main defendant. in the archives contained files showing that he was a defense lawyer for herman fests a former director of good intel the company that manufactured com to go to bias aren't discovers a memorandum from the arkan prosecution service two days prior to becoming justice minister. still a lawyer wrote to the public prosecutors in his opinion all questions concerning
his client have been answered and that there is nothing to stop the case being dismissed. dungeness to on you ainus never really in and president down there was this one view and they had an outside of this bit of the art according to records or appeared in person the next day to meet the prosecution and to discuss dismissal of the case the judges in the county go on trial if a personal injury and involuntary manslaughter the defense demands of the case is dismissed a trial in which the parents of contraband children were only permitted to participate as spectators leading the prosecution now is justice minister. he is no longer allowed to interfere in the proceedings. however after two years in office go writes a letter to a defense lawyer who is also involved. the letter is addressed to eric.