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the video well written form until june the twenty. two. letter was given to me by kim young would you like to see what was in that letter. how much how much how much after getting a letter then from the leader of north korea donald trump says that a much anticipated summit between washington and pyongyang will take place after all. the headlines this weekend the u.s. blocks a u.n. resolution calling for the protection of palestinian civilians on the gaza border after months of deadly clashes with israeli soldiers that. story too but a florida jury awarding only fourth as a compensation to the grieving family of a black man who was fatally shot in his own home by police.
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this is r.t. live from moscow review changes around the world this saturday morning ating on hanover a good morning for me kevin i would first of this update donald trump has reaffirmed his commitment to meet with the leader of north korea for peace summit later this month it's after the american president revealed to journalists that he'd received a very nice letter as he put it from kim jong un however it is unclear whether he actually read it. a letter was given to me by jim young's phone and that letter was. very nice letter or would you like to see what was in that letter would you like how much how much how much it was a very interesting letter and i haven't seen the letter yet i purposely did not for eleven. i haven't opened it i didn't open it in front of the director. the letter was passed to trump it seems by a former north korean intelligence chief who is part of the p.r. young delegation in the u.s.
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talks between american and north koreans should you hold for the twelfth of june in singapore the meeting was called off by trump you know what he called open hostility has more the shaky ground under the summit. it looks like him may have a cop. probably possibly maybe in case you missed it is that a feel good story of the summer. during the trial and came to light by bold on tenterhooks there are you lost and rachel the new justin and selena i'm looking at them just as attractive aren't you glad that these other two men with that fingers on the button to make a stop start on the orange one did have a big date past the june the twelfth but trump pulls it off saying that a friend told him said that he'd heard from someone else that came with saying mean things about the us vice president or something like that what was particularly annoying became with it just the day before the return how desperate he was to meet
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up the whole mountain wouldn't be from what he said on twitter it was actually true that there he done some hope of a few days later saying i truly believe north korea has brilliant potential and will be a great economic and financial nation one day you'll know how to box her up. there one of these two just get together top teasing us from the trunk of well it's a good career to commit to getting rid of everything that you know mel is wrong with me and the only other hand came joan will be mindful of the fact that libby is loveable colonel gadhafi agreed to do just that but a few years later was dragged from the drain and sure so you can see the argument for keeping it cheeky little did to her and you know. that's a common donald give the boy a chance to go up a mountain for you. poorly.
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just in case of a good idea in case you missed it trump and kim aren't going to meet the north korean leader says washington will be in the fire of a thousand case you missed it and kim finally agreed to meet. they've officially booked every man take suite at think oppose raffles harry tell in case you missed it trungpa has stormed out of a summit with the north korean leader it's reported he misunderstood the briefing telling him he'd be meeting someone called kim anything and help encourage more police show online with me thomas the u.s. north korean summit was being debated kim jong un met with russia's foreign minister reacting to news of the meeting trump initially said he didn't like it but then added that he was willing to change his mind if something positive came out of it korean affairs experts we contacted say the u.s. doesn't want to be sidelined in this peace process if you give this president a branding run like call it that snooty b.p. the trump peace plan you're going to have
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a situation where this president's going to be excited because the legacy issue he could really use right now and he wants to do what no president in the u.s. says ever done before the u.s. wants to demonstrate leadership in this area and not be left on the sidelines so it's an opportunity for him and if he leaves the other countries take the lead in the u.s. becomes a side player in peace then you lose there that is. doesn't understand anything beyond the fact that this could be a good photo op and possibly a boon for his ratings the u.s. has never taken north korea very seriously i mean the idea of the greatest military power in the world sitting down with a country that they've already always considered impoverished and backward i think is anathema to many people in washington the united states wants supremacy against china in the region and it wants to maintain its troops in korea as
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close to china as possible and that has really been a big factor in prolong the conflict in korea the message that kim jong un is the ending you know he's meeting with lavrov he's meeting with cheech and ping in signals to trump you know i have friends in the region and you're the one that is isolating yourself by pulling out of these international agreements and so you know i'll be fine with or without you. elsewhere in the world this morning the u.s. has vetoed a u.n. resolution put forward by kuwait the only arab member of the security council called for the protection of palestinian civilians on the gaza border america's own resolution that splaying the islamist militant group hamas for the violence failed to get the support of the u.n. . the resolution offered by quake represents a grossly one sided view of what has taken place in gaza in recent weeks. has been
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submitted on behalf of arab nations the revolution of mention of the evil five times yet you couldn't bring. your third dimension hamas even once. you know how to spell it goes against. we are offering a separate resolution those in favor of. the text as proposed does not reflect a balanced and cultural approach to the israeli palestinian conflict we regret that the american text does not adequately reference israel's responsibilities and obligations with regard to constant use a response is responsible for gaza being look you didn't see. it is a monster has attacked the various humanitarian access points into gaza the final outcome of today's vote is extremely disappointing but unfortunately not surprising
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that secession is another missed opportunity for this kind of well this comes after months of deadly unrest on the israeli gaza border on friday a palestinian volunteer nurse was killed and at least one hundred protesters injured. and. tensions are running high where the palestinian protesters were very close to the fans and the israeli forces acting back i think i'm the only thing i am aware of the passage. what you guys are being fired and have seen protesters as you see. tear gas is literally thing the place. also to. i think the palestinian paramedics and here's another injury that was just right now from that near the fence and as you see tear gas is filling the place the injuries are coming injuries after injuries and most
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of the injuries to there are actually in that right leg that's how we saw more than fifty injuries in the right leg that israeli snipers continue to target the palestinians live i mean it's an end as you see that paramedics are ready to take every three that. thousands of palestinians continue to participate in the great march of return for more than ten weeks now the palestinians are holding one message to the world that they have the right to demand that they have to break the protests. reporting there for us while the israeli defense force said it was operating lawfully and in self-defense throughout the unrest israel has said it's defending its borders accusing islamist militant group hamas which they see as terrorists of using the protests as cover to attack since the start of the protests called the great march of return and she was mentioning the two months ago at least one hundred sixteen palestinian protesters have been killed by i.d.f. soldiers on the israeli gaza border according to the international red cross
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thirteen thousand palestinians have been injured more than three thousand wounded by live ammunition so the organizations now boosting medical assistance programs in that area to try to help out best it can the initiative will cost more than five million dollars over the next six months it includes two surgical teams which are expected to conduct two thousand operations as a huge. huge but think of course there are a lot of problems a fifty bed surgical unit as well as additional paramedics and supplies we brought in and over the last describe the humanitarian situation in gaza a bit more detail. the hospital simply cannot grasp or deal with a bigger influx of violence. if we see the same amount of wounded arriving in your speed doors as what we saw on the fourteenth of may and would simply have hundreds of patients leading to death in the parking lot.
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i was. tense and i've already lost some of their limbs and became amputees and follows an arms i've been wounded including several thousands by live ammunition that's something that is overwhelming for any help system in the world the axillary deterioration of the humanitarian situation has affected all speed tours as ethically the old claim for a structure so the capacity of the system to cope with this new influx is extremely limited and this is why the a c r c he says well. its capacity to whence where we've as a medical needs you're in gaza. was. you know when you are you know spit or eggs of palestinian red cross and a speedo and in fourteen minutes eighty were been wounded arrive when you're in
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chief and in eight hours five hundred cases arrive this is something that is absolutely unmanageable in most schools in paris in new york but even more in gaz are which is already civilly weakened and butter old plays a very difficult humanitarian situation that prevails in history. humanitarian assistance is very nice and this is why we decided to act even more but on top of that absent of geopolitical really even decisions the situation will only worsen and worsen guys are now working on the head of a plea. for sense that is the compensation a florida jury awarded to the family of a black man fatally shot in his own home in fact by police officers he was killed
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in his garridge four years ago over complaints of loud music according to court documents the jury established that the officer involved in the shooting was just slightly negligent there was at the family dollar literally for funeral expenses and a dollar for each of his children the hearing also found that the officer was only one percent of fault of death and compensation was reduced to just four cents and as mentioned it was are also established that the fatally shot mom was intoxicated and the sum could actually be reduced to zero gregory hill there is a father of three was fatally shot three times through a garridge door by police in twenty fourteen police claim he was holding a gun it was later found to be unloaded the family lawyer says this is a senseless case of police misconduct them we were in shock as lawyers because i've never seen or heard anything like this one we're not supposed to be punished like that his fiance wiped out of the courtroom when it happened you have to tell three
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children. destiny arianna and gregory the third their pain and suffering their loss of a father is only worth a penny it's just a proposal for a story of law enforcement gone wrong that here you have a dead man laying there and police think he's barricaded in his listening to loud music that had the ford in it ok and that's what police came to see. to investigate and it's not even illegal it's it's something that police knock on your door and generally tell you to turn it down the family launched a fund raising page to raise money for the children the for money received more than thirty thousand dollars the lawyer again says that they will continue to with the battle for justice one hundred percent goes to the children and the rehabilitation of their family home because it was also destroyed by tear gas we don't understand ninety nine percent and one percent in america your we have
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a second amendment you know some people love it some people hate it but you're legally allowed to possess a firearm and you're legally allowed to open the door with a firearm and we're going to take it all the way to the u.s. supreme court if we have to it's that important because it's a precedent of law enforcement if you're doing nothing illegal shouldn't be able to shoot you through your closed your closed garage door it's preposterous it's eight fifty to the morning moscow time face of watching coming up christian crosses and i was shown in all public buildings in area i'll tell you why ninety seconds away. join me everything on the alex salmond and i'll be speaking to us from the world of politics or business i'm show business i'll see you then.
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who'll be the next to get the treatment that greece got from the troika the i.m.f. d.c.b. the e.u. they gang up they destroy a country for profit it's a it's a smash and grab and greece was destroyed they had a referendum and then they didn't pay any attention to the referendum they didn't want the troika run and look at happen in greece to turn it into a pit it turned into a shell it turned into garbage and now the same bankers are getting together because they need like a shark always something to destroy to eat consume so we were trying to figure out would italy be next for spain and i think were the two likely candidates i guess as we've been saying that for five years that this was coming and i guess down italy will be the next meal for the i'm.
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getting germany a controversial new law implemented in bavaria now bludgers old public buildings to display christie and cross the road sentences peter all of us go. clearly visible crosses are to go up in some public buildings like courthouses police stations and city halls like this one here in bavaria it's also a new law regarding crucifixes came into effect on the first of june the plan comes courtesy of the various new president marcus soda and his reasoning is that this is supposed to reinforce bavarian identity in the face of large scale immigration given by and signaled to six months that a signal of filth was surance than bavaria we want to state our western christian culture and that is why clearly we don't get rid of crosses but hang them up this is not an attack on others but only a cultural symbol which we especially appreciate in the various public opinion
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shows that almost sixty percent of bavarians actually support the move but when we spoke to people on the streets of nuremberg opinion was more finely balanced i don't think it's a good idea. because it has nothing to do with the church the government to separate them to church so why should we do the same i don't think it's a good idea it's correct because it's our tradition and why not i comment on the one hand we see people wanting to ban the headscarf on the other they're forcing people to shoulder cross that seems the dots to me. i don't think are very an identity depends on crosses it is stronger in other ways beer gardens and local traditions it's an elite knowing gone is gone with the cross spot of everyday life for us to respect every phrase not just christianity. the bavarian president became the target of more than a few online jokes when he announced this idea however those who are charged with
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actually hanging crucifixes in public buildings all day are on side with the plan. this is not a defensive reaction that a positive reinforcement of our culture. it does not hurt to point out where our roots are only this crosses a symbol of not only for christians but for people living in very dark here all but critics say that this goes against germany's constitutional separation of church and state and say they want to change the law it's a totally wrong decision to bury in government because it's a very in citizen you can be a muslim you can be a two you can be non-religious you can be an atheist you minister for example and all of these people shall now look to the cross and why instead we have a strong tradition arm of a separation of church and state there has to be clarified whether this mixing up.
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of a religious symbol with secure or rooms of a secular state is really compatible with our berrien constitution there hasn't been any mad rush to hang crucifixes in buildings like the city hall in nuremberg just behind me here the law didn't come with any deadline and is also widely expected to be challenged in germany's highest court it's some point in the future peter all of a r.t. of area. the syrian army is routed the last pockets of terrorists south of the capital damascus and civilians are heading back now to the newly liberated cities some of them are coming to terms with their lives after the war or this is searching for the loved ones who went missing during the conflict.
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he fought in a militia supporting the syrian army there were twenty two soldiers in his assault and they went into attack on april twenty second they group came here but they got ambushed and captured. i still terrorists called me from a czar's and told me they killed him they sent me photos and took a picture of this thing they first sent me this picture and then this one this is mayes are his body. that's masers jacket they were captured all of a sudden from the ambush they shot him in the back here's one shot here's the other . video minimal to broke in various body every day we come here every day we will find him we will.
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germany's foreign intelligence service the b.m.d. is now officially allowed to monitor internet if it's for strategic security interests he won a federal case against kicks exchange which dick used to be empty of illegally collecting data the internet exchange claims that it's the world's largest in terms of peak traffic with his h.q. in germany and operates ten more hubs in different countries too it handles data from europe china russia the middle east in america he says the amount of data is too large to be filtered accurately anyway with special devices the b.m.d. can get unfiltered and full copies of information in the system. we have grave doubts about the legality of the current practice we consider ourselves under obligation to our custom is to work towards a situation in which the variance of their telecommunications only takes place in
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a legal manner that democracy data protection is one of the most important aspects and no security agency is able to catch all data from the so called basics security agency can call out data in a mess of way it's not only state or of single persons or to one single aspect there is no restriction to kicks the be and they have gone head to head before revelations in twenty thirteen from n.s.a. whistleblower edward snowden exposed the german intelligence service and shared data with the american agency at the time it was said that the information was filtered in the german citizens data was an include it into an exchange insisted back then though that it was impossible to be so selective here's martindale's again there is no restriction due to sharing this state and there is little for exam a parliamentary control in some cases already. been
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a huge amount had been transferred. from g. to n.s.a. and so it's not just because of nothing but it's because of presidents cases the and it has not the best reputation anyway and in sharing data with the n.s.a. that been a scandal it's not a good signal to let the unity get data from the six not. keeping total on news twenty four seven r.t. dot com an actual job bullet in here about international coming up in not just about thirty five minutes time but for now is kevin owen saying thanks for watching . for all the world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way was going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's
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a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure to come out you have to go i mean eighty percent of the shuttle we are with you and we will show the great game the great game you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down the way let's go. along and just i want to know and i'm really happy to join that to for the two thousand and three and world cup in russia meet the special one come on don't appreciate me to just say the reno p.r.t. teams latest edition make up a bigger certainly better jersey look. with no make its manufacture consent to instant of public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the financial merry go
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round to listen to the one percent of. the time to ignore middle of the room signal. to move to the real news room with. many european comforts seven come to believe that we shan't should get out of d.c. to sanction and come to stuff from the us to leave. box let's be honest and work must do the see the final decision on d.c. sure. has to come from watching. those. washington all these lies and we need you to live with the three. we have to privilege of being the most allied of the united states. same tool see
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tool and many other alliances promoted by the west united states in particular members will we also have the privilege of being the most sanctioned. of that really group of countries so while it sounds contradictory it is called a victory and this shows that box time will do what is in its national interest it will know it's just cool with the end of one deal be a. long period just. in case he.
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says. i fed him no over the shock when i was free as well so it's a long story of go shots for me the most difficult i've been pushed to close when i did so my first bitch up for the first photo to only vote because i didn't see the shot dead before so it was a photo i wanted so it was. like my motivation was stronger off today because i knew that i wanted to be there i didn't continue to do.


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