tv Documentary RT June 12, 2018 4:30am-5:01am EDT
when the president of the united states and the leader of the democratic people's republic of korea the first time in history. now a long history of tension between the two countries we do know that the kind of you till still technically at war with the korean war never having anded north korea is the only country in the world to have ever captured a u.s. army general just hostility between the two countries now we understand that at the historic meeting that went down the one on one portion there were no staff in the room now in the room when the historic one on one portion went on it was only trump and kim and their translators no staff no advisors it was just the two of them one on one now in the lead up to the meeting there was quite a bit of
a heated exchange hot and cold between the two leaders let's review all the all the exchange of words that went down in the lead up to this historic handshake in the storage meeting that just took place in singapore north korea. maybe getting one for it to the united states. they will be met with fire. like the world has never see a frightened donkey barks louder i will surely and definitely tame the mentally deranged at us doctored with fire so now everyone is anticipating what will happen next what they're going to say at this point are we've heard some of the media from north korea saying that there was possibly going to be discussion of a permanent peace mechanism for the korean peninsula and we've heard donald trump talk very optimistically as well as words from mike pompei oh that are very optimistic so all eyes are on singapore. to find out what is coming next what is
the next move as we see this historic meeting the first time the u.s. president and the leader of the democratic people's republic of korea and north korea that ever met we saw them a shake hands acknowledge each other quite an exciting turn of events all eyes are on the meeting on the summit in singapore a quick recap of the rollercoaster lead up to this summit the talks were announced in march but in may kim voiced his anger over military drills between south korea and the u.s. and threatened to call off the summit nine days later trump canceled the meeting accusing him of hostility but the next day the white house and pyongyang said the plans were back on the table and on june first washington officially said that the summit would go ahead human rights attorney eric thinks the summit could redefine the relationship between the u.s. and north korea. i think it's a huge breakthrough based on where we were at recently and where we thought that
the threats and the rhetoric could lead to someone losing control in a very violent situation happening but what's essential to remember is that a peaceful north south korea china japan for the world if we can get the japanese on board as well will make a huge difference for world peace we have been facing a very volatile situation in this region that impacts growth that impacts economics of all countries in the region it leads to increased militarism and militarization and i think that we're going to be able to begin to redefined redefine relationships in northeast asia with a lasting peace between these countries. switching gears now national teams from all across the globe have been arriving in russia for the fifa world cup among the latest arrivals are the national teams of france and australia they will face each
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opening match of the world cup kicks off on thursday at moscow's luzhniki stadium and right throughout the tournament we've got you covered. after less than two weeks in power italy's new government is already making good on its campaign promises and closing down the country's ports to vessels carrying migrants here is our country's new interior minister explained the decision. saving lives at sea is a duty but transforming it into an enormous refugee camp is not italy's done bowing its head and obeying this time there's someone saying no. the crackdown has already left one rescue boat stranded italy refused to allow a humanitarian vessel carrying more than six hundred migrants including children and pregnant women to dock those on board had been rescued off the coast of libya over the weekend and were hoping to disembark in sicily italy has been one of the
countries hardest hit by the migrant crisis more than half a million people have reached the country by boat from north africa in the past five years this year alone italy has taken in over thirteen thousand migrants more than spain and greece many of the newcomers arrive in sicily which has divided public opinion on the island each inviolable did it is just not right that the invading us. if a person arrives here legally they are welcomed among these people there are also illegal immigrants and that can't be tolerated. they need to be checked we need to know who's arriving these six hundred people as you said we don't know who they are not all of them are honest people honest closing the ports no i don't think that is right are only telling migrants have gone everywhere and they're welcomed in a splendid way. malta also refused to accept the ship saying the italian coast guard was responsible for well operations in waters off of libya but on monday
spain said it would be willing to accept the migrants best from the european council on refugees and exiles believes policies may be contributing to the problem . i think there has been a serious failure among many of the countries of the european union to address this issue and particularly the itself in not being a fair burden sharing i i rather hope that the stance of the new very new spanish prime minister will begin to shame other countries in europe and say well we should also play a part as well but i do understand the attitude of the italian government in saying that we've already born an enormous influx of people the real answer to migration flows from the migration crisis as it's term is to try to enable people to live in
their countries of origin you you have to actually try to ensure through diplomatic and international efforts the peace at home for people so they don't feel the need to flee for their lives. facebook seems to be running out of options in its battle with fake news of the company has gone from human fact checkers to an automated system and now back to hiring real people again marty john mcwhorter explains. 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
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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 for news credibility specialist after all donald quarter r.t. . and with stories based on identified sources getting bigger headlines in the mainstream media the job of fact checking is getting even more difficult but it still seems you can say what you like when you use those unnamed sources. the latest headlines from a anonymous source this network. can't wash pool according to someone and they say
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experts state shooting for the latest news brought to you by. let's go back to our top story right now donald trump is now meeting with kim jong un in singapore it is an historic event it is the first ever summit between the u.s. and north korea to discuss this more we are now joined by former u.s. diplomat jim. jim it's going to be him trusting we're talking in the break how we think this might play out or could play out trump says he expects these talks to be a tremendous success is he right and what would constitute success in this case. well look so far so good there was a lot of speculation trump might do a reykjavik just turn around and leave he also said he would know in the first minute whether or not these talks would be a success that he would size up kim jong un that quickly and it seems the well the meeting lasted longer a minute to minute so i guess that's
a good sign look obviously you don't expect a lot of heavy lifting a lot of details to get solved at a meeting like this but what you want is a will for a pass that path forward that would lead to not only denuclearization of the korean peninsula but perhaps more importantly a true peace be torn north and south korea and i think that's really got to be the basis of working out the details as they go forward and secretary of state might prompt earlier said north korea could get unique security guarantees if it agrees to denuclearize what form could those guarantees take obviously i don't know and if i were the north koreans i'd be somewhat careful about that simply citing pieces of paper saying we're guarantee this we guarantee that when we still have overwhelming nuclear forces not only in south korea but also japan and in the pacific that could destroy north korea including our internal continental capabilities paper guarantees are not worth anything to door korea based on the
history of countries like libya so i don't know what those guarantees would look like well and you bring up a point about paper guarantees we just saw what happened at the g. seven with trump and his six closest allies presumably. so moving on to south korea now they play a big part in this south korean president moon j.n. has been photographed watching a live feed of the summit and smiling what do you think is going through his mind right now i mean he has a lot riding on this doesn't he. oh absolutely and i die i think you cannot in any way minimize the important portman's of south korea's role here look i was listening to one of the other american stations earlier this evening and they were telling about how well this is really going to be something that the russians and chinese are worried about they'll be losing all sorts of influence in north korea that's total nonsense the russian trying to excellent relations with south korea what south korea wants is to end its isolation geographically in terms of energy transport from the rest of the asian mainland they want reintegration with north
korea so they also are integrated in the belton road initiative and the eurasian integration that are led by russia and china that this is a huge plus potential plus for south korea if there's a true peace on the peninsula that's a lot more important some ways then then the nuclear issue now jim i alluded to this just a second ago but i want to go back to it because trouble recently had a disastrous g. seven summit after which a top white house adviser said there is a special place in hell for justin trudeau one of us his closest allies is it ironic that trump seems to be getting along so much better with kim then with the prime minister of canada their neighbor. not at all and by the way i would not say it was a direct disastrous g seven i think it was an excellent g seven cat trump deliberately set the kadam on the pigeons there with these so-called allies of ours in europe said we want to have russia back in italy the new populist government there was
right there saying yeah we are great with that that would be a great thing he laid down the marker on trade to say no more free lunch you guys get free access into our market while you keep your markets protected i think he had a very good week here plus by the way taking steps towards setting ate up a summit with bloody murder putin i think he's started is starting to finally begin to hit his stride in redefining what is america first agenda means which means not these these already terry relationships we have with south korea with european countries with japan but to loping up the new possibilities for the united states which means said settling some of these old rivalries like in there and like in korea interesting now the u.s. government wants north korea to dismantle its nuclear program in a way that is verifiable and irreversible those words have been used by officials several times is that possible really in practice. i suppose it's
possible but it's a tall order i mean you hear from people say well we have anytime anywhere expection is any time i don't think the north korea is going to allow that no country is going to allow that and there is a certain let's say this dissonance between the way we're talking to north korea about a a nuclear agreement and the one we just tanked with regard to iran and it's interesting to me that mr pompei of the secretary of state seems to be the one really driving this progress with korea to get a certain kind of agreement which is very similar one with thing to the one we just trashed with iran of course mr pompeo is the lead voice on that so it is a little odd that we seem to have two very different standards about what a verifiable agreement on nuclear weapons would look like all right certainly at odds indeed it's sometimes interesting to figure out who's trying to figure out what here in this big puzzle of ours jim johnson former u.s.
diplomat you're the one who helps us get this puzzle in order thanks for being with us here on our to international. thank you. all right three economists who worked with the french president on his election campaign last year are expressing their concern over what they see as increasingly right wing 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 twenty seventeen are disillusioned and many of those who supported the candidate are expressing the fear of a reorientation to the right well one of the biggest criticisms we hear about president. is that he is a president of the rich and that's because last year his government slashed the controversial wealth tax in france but that only benefited around one percent of the top french families he's also been criticized for the controversial immigration
bill which actually saw discord within his own party one m.p. was so incensed when that law was passed in the last few months that he actually quit or march and that's because that bill saw the detention of migrants increasing from forty five to ninety days and also look to speed up and deportation there's also been the changes to the labor laws here in france which people see as making it easier to hire and fire people all of these things have sown such to school to france that we've seen people sometimes in their thousands and thousands out on the streets in france protesting and sometimes these protests have turned into rights against his policies and the.
one recent poll showed that only forty three percent of respondents to saw my call in a positive light so why has president decided to implement policies which seem to be so unpopular to one of the reasons michael government says these were the policies . and he was elected on these were in his manifesto pledge now also you would argue is all about attracting foreign investment and making the french economy stronger in the long run many people are so unhappy that there is a growing chorus of people calling on president be the candidate of the center that he promised to be in the run up to the two thousand and seventeen presidential elections some aspects of a man lavish lifestyle are reinforcing about president of the rich image.
not just the dishes that need changing resign. ruined france incapable of hiring emergency nurses but buys dishes for the m.d.c. for over five hundred euros a dish. two thousand euros a trifle for these people. at the exclusive service of the oligarch. and nine year old british girl has been placed in
a rehab for her addiction to online gaming her parents say that she was playing for ten hours a day without taking a break. with games called fortnight battle royale and is a multiplayer survival game not to sound like an advertisement for it but one hundred players are dropped on a virtual island but only one can make it off it has been downloaded more than forty million times since being launched last july but the parents of the 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 there has been criticism of the
parents over why they allowed their daughter to spend so much time online that was one of the points that we put to a former hacker and a psychologist. son is fourteen and. she plays for him and i see him played a lot the great thing about as 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 a site as to what's real and what's maybe virtual i think video games are part of all coaching now the story that broke recently of annoying your old was how to have because of being informed on and we don't blame the parents i don't blame the children become puter games on bond 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 least that 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
mental disorders it's been since studies by the university of california for example in twenty fifteen well computer games are actually being found tarnishing increased memory especially in three d. games 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 that you know what you can maybe they can be good to be. being sensible you know if your kid's on it for many many hours and there's a problem if the children of the boys are killed for time i was going to be a problem so it's just about more the rationing i think it's just sensible use of the toy interacting socially though is really important thing that children are losing you know they start to feel like their friends live in their computer when indeed those aren't real people those aren't real friends that are in their lives especially with children in their in their young formative years where 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 all together not. sorry my watch march international be back at the top the hour with mortars. polo we're here in st petersburg attending the annual st petersburg international economic forum our topic is from the atlantic to the pacific we all know the world is changing we talk about what moves these changes can who's behind. my uncle the kids seem compensate all boil down to nine. people in the group because. it's not. going to.
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