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watching closely watching the hawks. news from moscow this morning donald trump and kim jong owner in singapore right now for the highly anticipated u.s. north korea summit which is hoped will help the recent spike in tension and uncertainty generally on the korean peninsula more like coming up. to crowds gather for the opening of the fifa world cup finals in moscow football's biggest tournament kicking off here in russia on thursday. the nine year old girl is placed in rehab for her addiction to an online game our parents found distressing changes in her behavior a former hacker and a psychologist take it on for us i think videogames are part of our culture now and i think computer games have been around for a long long time our children are losing a little bit of the side as to what's real and and what's maybe even worse.
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they're good morning start of a brand new week ten am no here in moscow this monday the eleventh of june my name's kevin though in this is out. and a short meeting between the leaders of america and north korea just hours away now the hopes of building that it may and eventually months of tension and uncertainty donald trump and kim jong both in singapore ahead of the big summit coming up it's the first ever meeting between a sitting u.s. president and a north korean leader and he explains what else makes this so special to. when it comes to the on off summits between the u.s. president and north korean leader it appears trump has a track record of making impromptu decisions and this historic meeting may fall on another swift judgments along will it take to figure out whether or not this as i said maybe in the first minute trumps own level of seriousness is hard to measure
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so far we've seen insults and threats of a nuclear war which have suggested anything but progress in the past north korea best not getting more interest to the united states. they will be met with fire fury. like the world has never seen a frightened dog barks louder i will surely definitely tame the mentally deranged us daughter and with fire now the stage is set the capella hotel on sentosa island sentosa meaning pace and tranquility perhaps at least the name will rub off on the fire really when it comes to negotiations is said they shouldn't even enter the meeting room fly the same door this is to avoid perceptions that one into fest and is waiting for the other it will all be choreographed through with the mr president then mr kim each so i will try to add some steps to get advantage the question that
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many decisions is who will choose the menus what will they drink of trumps the teetotal and then there's the touchy subject of who pays for what during the pay on chang and lympics the south korean government set aside two point six million dollars for hotel meal and transportation expenses for north korea well the north korea wouldn't bring cheerleaders this time without question a top priority for both sides the security with the host country measures more stop and search house for place an increase in surveillance cameras and even restricted air space although this probably won't stop. the two leaders having their own security entourage if. they. will. for. some three thousand jan meth or expected to cover the historic summit and singapore it will be
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a neutral environment for the two leaders to play nicely by diplomatic protocol if trump gives it the time something good is going to happen it will happen fast i think within the first minute i'm not going to waste my time i don't want to waste his time no surprise here the business is in singapore holzman gearing up for the storage summit to restaurants been putting on special menus for tacos burgers cocktails does jots all related to the three by the event besides the somewhat related products too there are also those impersonators the american north korean ones they are. i. wouldn't show them to look at the look at the starving fish if somebody said look i'm going to. want to see.
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what facebook want to give you joy looks like two weeks ago this was. going to be to be going. to the subtleties of the of. the to. cut. it was the roof it was a the work. despite the positivity surrounding the summit the negotiations ahead could still take several rounds before the bring in the real results gregory alex from the korea policy institute thinks the full denuclearization of north korea is only possible if the u.s. is willing to give as well as take there's if too many people in washington who
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see an agreement with north korea as something to be avoided and they prefer to maintain a hostile way out of her if they might compare or have said more than once three thousand leave that there will be no economic sanctions relief and after north korea have fully denuclearized i think that of the total nonstarter it's kind of approaching the capitulation model again where there's not going to be much offer to north korea but everything expected on that from the. i'm hoping that the united states is going to take a more realistic position and realize that if it wants to get. north korea to the periphery so it's going to have to offer a step by step approach and really really factions have to go with a long. to lower expectations on that over the next twenty frozen keep you posted also this too just three days now and counting until the world's biggest football
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extravaganza kicks off here in russia the crowds gathered for the official opening of the fee for world cup fans on sunday lecturer jeff ski was there it was very quiet here seven and a half years ago when i stood on the very same sport and reported that russia got the right to host the twenty eighteen world cup no one believed it back then but it's absolutely believe it will now as you can see the contrast that's the place to go for every fan who doesn't have a ticket to a match that's where the games will be broadcasted on a huge screen above the stage you can see over that and from that stage the official fan fast was kickstarted by the world cup when a legendary frenchman mosse a deceased alongside him was an exotic as i call the top scorer of the national team must actually walk on the stage like a boss carrying the world cup trophy in his hand and if you feel good the world cup trophy can only be handled by those who would have a one of the most coveted prize in world football so after that opening ceremony i
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managed to catch up with must say desiree as our viewers well know peter schmeichel the great dane is working with r.t. as part of our g team and masai musée strongs will be playing denmark in moscow so i asked him about that you think it's going to be the hottest game for france in the group stage it's really truly sold in time being difficult you know to play the games you know they have tough play is a very decent clean and talented. team i still think that from time individually it colicky be a better side i'm sure let's see let's see you know it should bow anything can happen but. i do believe that you from certain weenies because they have not been at their level just a couple of days ago for president john and continue said that russia was one hundred percent ready for the world cup and obviously fan fest is part of that beer music football what else would a fan want especially if you are she doesn't have a match ticket every eleven host city will have a fan zone a fan fest on like that and we will be certainly all over that with our team
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covering the world cup over the next month absolutely people from all over the world will use those fans of the championship to watch matches live get merchandise and enjoy concerts in fact we spoke to some of those already very. very very well. received. because the fact that al queda showed up at the last the. oh. i hope. no one god i hope i. can help this is you know everyone is so kind people from all over the the coming here it's hard to describe that i was there was. that look like i was watching this receive that it's very nice very positive you're going to see chemise purrfect that's a commune a lot of foreign guest you can communicate with anyone have to strain languages it
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was who were hurt it was all over you know there are those who want to achieve. those that believe it really gets you should think perhaps you can. you know. course well for some though it seems that this world cup is not just by the beautiful game in the run up to the tournament some media outlets been focusing on those notorious russian football hooligans and the threat they may pose to those coming to russia in the now then follows two australian filmmakers as they try and separate fact from fiction. russian funny sometimes violence and you're going to see places that. you have to fight street tax or sanctioned by the kremlin law to me it would seem somehow linked to the hooligans the alleged leader of the russian hooligans in marseilles the city the killer we go take it i go my film crew together man alex finally go to russia so they could become whole again it's time
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to head in. housing is tourists we managed to get a camera inside. i. reckon i'd buy gold to go there and also look in there on the fence. in a stadium full of hooligans we got nowhere for some reason these russian hooligans refused to me to us that they were actually because. i tracked down the men terrorize them also i agree to but only on the condition of their identities at the sky so it turns out the butchers were at the center of the violence i was told to speak to the man who led them in from its west to be cool dennis. has it right where you reckon that's pretty cool first.
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person first a little history lesson here to my father who ride on my car and i look different if i feel the law. well and. this reversal because the institute is a christmas little show. where is. going to lead you. to do is to. really produce a person almost a new leader do you see you when you begin your book almost the worst in this and there's been this you. i mean i think. it's really become. bored now there's a lot. to go on the someone got of them a lot you know you should. abolish them. but all spoilt my if they were after yes lucia still despite i've got against the wall yet me and. any. law
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that alters will the rights of the oh yeah i just. will be if not will not pull a gun a couple of round regularly. but can't be true because i saw a lie that you said you were part of the special military forces of football since five let me put into culture europe. you said to go. see you at city hall you more. but it but yes but on your butt in what is sure on deal if someone just one moment. and if you can find it well how do you know it so will be so we think your life is a lot of us that we actually see different so you looks just like you saying obviously it was silly if i see you i understand so we don't know if this is not the feeling is definitely pursuing work i'm sorry the trip into that how you want to answer. you know he was a bit confused drivel going on. well i. don't know anyone who would watch
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a scary russian horgan documentary without any scary organs in. it but the real action first much of the twenty eight hundred fifty world cup is going to be played this coming thursday at moscow's luzhniki stadium i can tell you we've got great coverage lined up for you of what is the biggest event on the football calendar. now is a shocker a nine year old british girl has been placed in rehab for her addiction to online gaming and parents say she was playing for ten hours a day without taking a break. the game in question really saw the name there yourself called for tonight it's an
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online multiplayer survival game hundred players are basically dropped on to a virtual island only one of them will make it out it's become incredibly popular with only over forty million downloads as it was launched last year law is done really well but the parents of this nine year old are calling for it to be banned. we had no idea when we let her play the game of this addictive nature or the impact it will have on her mental health this is a serious issue which is destroying our little girl's life and someone needs to step in to ban it before it becomes an epidemic i can tell you we're waiting for the company behind for to get back to us on and get their thoughts meantime we got the opinions of a former psychologist son is fourteen and. she plays for him and i see him played a lot the great thing about is i see him interacting with kids all over the world there are lots of ways to communicate with people around the world other than video games and our children are losing a little bit of
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a sight as to what's real and and what's maybe virtual and i think there's a danger of that and it's not just i that not just myself that thinks this it's you know studies are backing that up more and more from the christmas parents of i think there is levels of control you have to do but i think actually it's just it's just a great hobby for me and also for those who ask me you know any kind of professional capacity i would say limit severely video games no i think it's important that children have a pilot's life but i think video games are a part of our culture now that the story that broke recently of annoying your old was how to have because of being informed i mean i blame the parents i don't blame the children because puter games all bought i just don't see the use of them i don't see how they're productive there is such a tendency to spend so much time on the computer at recent studies show that the more time they spend in front of a computer or on their phones the more likely they are to have depression and other
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mental disorders experiences studies by the university of california for example in twenty fifteen where computer games are actually being found tarnishing increased memory especially in three d. games maybe it's the in the experience occur there are many ways to increase memory . certainly pen to paper or pencil to paper all sorts of memory games that you can play with a book think games also can teach them what you can maybe they can be good at to be studies being sensible you know if your kids on it for many many hours and there's a problem if a child runs a bicycle for time i was going to be a problem if i go to swimming for time i was going to be a problem so it's just about moderation i think it's just sensible use of the time interacting socially though is a really important thing that children are losing you know they start to feel like their friends live in their computer when indeed those are real people those are real friends that are in their lives especially with children in their in their
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young formative years for their brains are still developing with the increased risks of mental problems because of it i see no reason to you know make video games part of that when they're just altogether not necessary there's no you should check out that story. coming up in off the break if food food she don't succeed try try again seems facebook spoke to her and humans again for all but important fact checking stuff will tell you why they're doing it after the break. joining me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics or business i'm show business i'll see you. well we'll go twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all but there was one more question by the way who's going to be our
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coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and a huge amount of pressure you have to be the center of the. great. game you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down there we have to go. alone. and i'm really happy to join the team for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet the special one. needs to just take the rio p.r.t. team's latest edition make it up as we go. again good morning social media giant facebook seems to be running out of options in its long battle with fake news the company's gone from human fact checkers to an
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automated system but that now two humans don't quarter explains why. in the never ending crusade against fake news facebook has come full circle it's now hiring so-called news credibility specialists to presumably look through and determine the fake from the truth was the individuals with a passion for journalism who believe in facebook's mission of making the world more connected as a member of the team you'll be toast with developing a deep expert see in facebook news credibility program after media outlets picked up on facebook's new position the social media giant took down that ad re uploading it with a few tweaks and a new title news publisher specialist yeah that raises less questions but wait a second a person deciding what info you should get on social media haven't we seen that before this is just a system that they put in place that allows people to inflate news sports news into
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the tranny topics and and also suppress news that's the one in twenty sixteen facebook fired employees apparently after pressure over liberal bias in their trending feed every once in a while a red state to a conservative news source would have a story but we would have to go and find the same story from a more neutral outlet. then they put an algorithm in charge but that didn't go as planned either with the technology accused of being ineffective and biased within days fake news started trending and they even recently shut down the feature altogether from the product to be less and less useful perhaps in deciding what's credible and what's not it makes no difference whether an algorithm or a person does it especially if zuckerberg wants his brainchild to be more than a one sided platform i am i am very committed to making sure that facebook is a platform for all ideas that is a very important founding principle of what we do well then problem solved no need
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for news credibility specialist after all donald quarter r.t. well with stories based on unidentified sources getting bigger headlines in the mainstream media that all important job of checking is getting ever more difficult it seems as though you can say what you like of course when those sources remain anonymous. the latest headlines from anonymous sources network. can't wash pool according to someone and they say in d.c. hosts news i know someone who spoke to donald trump recently about life in the white house and donald trump's biggest complaint was that he's not allowed to watch porn and the white house has him into a possible how. deep into the fools keeping trump down state actors broke into the d.n.c. undermined hillary clinton to help donald trump when. lives in a separate bedroom and trump asks. according to
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a book based on evidence you'll never see. the hoardings i have no i spoke to people who spoke to the president. is that why she probably tried to dig her way out state twitter expert suggesting just that she of millenia drawn proving that the white house. sinkhole is actually here is keep tunnel long that swiss malani on the verge of giving away or escape routes exclusive analysis by experts state shooting for the latest news brought to you by s.f. . but the facts french president crumbs economic advisors a voice dissatisfaction and concern these days some of his right leaning policies. the government has acquired an image of an administration that is indifferent to social issues a growing number of french people including some of the most fervent supporters and
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twenty seventeen are disillusioned and many of those who supported the candidate are expressing the fear of a reorientation to the right. roiling the french public in parish do belsky's there yeah what's this guy was voted in well what's the problem. well many people we speak to complain on a regular basis the president is the president of the rich that's because one of the policies he introduced was slashing the controversial wealth tax in france while that may seem like a good thing it actually only benefits around one percent of the top families here in france who saw the tax bill reduced by some hundreds of thousands of euros there was also the controversial immigration bill which was passed in recent months so so much discord here in france that one deputy for my own party decided to quit the party in disgust over that law that law which saw an increase in detention of
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migrants from forty five to ninety days and also the asylum deportation protests many meant they couldn't have the time for any appeals process that they might like to pursue there's also the reforms to the labor codes here in france which will make it easier to hire and fire people the cuts to the civil service of one hundred twenty thousand jobs promised. five year term in office and there's also been reform of the railways here in france and the introduction of selection for university all these things boiled up into protests and riots on the streets. oh.
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and it's not looking for positive for my own in the polls on a recent poll of the last week showed that only forty three percent of respondents actually saw in a positive light that number has tumbled down since his approval ratings when he was elected just a year ago so why is my government pursuing policies that seem to be so in so much just school team france. will say these policies are all in his manifesto pledge this is what he was elected on to do he believes that many of the policies i slashing are controversial wealth tax here in france. introducing tax cuts in other areas that will actually boost economic growth in france it will lead to move foreign investment and it will make the french economy in the longer run stronger but for the moment it seems that many of these policies are seen as being very
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right wing and there is a growing chorus of people who are now calling on government to halt and to really look at what many people see as what is leaning towards a very right wing government and not the centrist candidate that he presented himself to be in the run up to the elections in two thousand and seventeen are the perils of running a country a. mouthful there from paris this morning thank you for joining us to agree with us it's twenty seven a half minutes past ten o'clock in the morning this monday always so much more of our t. dot com. thanks for watching this bulletin. good food bring people together and i'm sure that they spoke of they would be exceptionally good to those on the field of play but also for the for the feet david mitchell for russia to show that able to vote up.
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in july twenty seventh and on and also to a freelance journalist working with. militant shelling in syria. to only his second focus has established a holiday also to memorial day recognizing the reporters who often risk then the sake of the truth comes through that these you can submit to your published works in a video long written form until june the twelfth so it will. oh we're here in st petersburg attending the annual st petersburg international economic harm our topic is from the atlantic to the pacific we all know the world is changing we talk about what moves these changes and who's behind. the.
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welcome to our panel titled from the atlantic to the pacific creating a space for trust trust in two thousand and eighteen that's an interesting concept here before we discuss started discussion i'd like to ask each one of my guests to introduce themselves and their affiliations and tell me. i am a go from me if. i was representing those of french president for it could be me corporation time with president sarkozy a member over those odds and i can be full fifteen years and after i am president of my own company advising europe and be company we invest in working in russia excellent. and family can cope chief executive officer of the government far east and michael region development. i close my goat i have peed for ten years the chairman of the chairmen association for sandal eastern europe and i have different responsibilities in bod's of major companies as for example to
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a star as well as first child. of chairman of the information and media commission of the upper chamber of the russian parliament. was a present of a storm and no inertia so our system producing rolling stock and the solutions for the railways and they rose to the base german of the association of the group and businesses. and last but not least and when i was in a gig i got a phoned and the know there faculty or school i went to national economics and foreign affairs at the state university there rescission of us the higher school of economics we always have these long descriptions for these panels and i think the title of leader creating a space was simply mean are we even at a point where we can even contemplate creating trust when we have so much distrust that is just only enhancing.

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