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leaders reach a non-binding agreement on the migrant crisis but warn there's still a long way to go to solve the problem. child abuse campaigner and nobel peace prize nominee is arrested. at a field. in the group stage of the two thousand and eighteen world cup in russia is over only sixteen teams now remain in the race to be crowned champions. broadcasting live ever. to have you with us.
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president has refused to rule out recognizing crimea as russian the province rejoined it russia in two thousand and fourteen but is still considered by western countries to be part of ukraine for us live now to our view from washington d.c. with more samir. exactly what the president said. well he was on board the air force one on friday and trump apparently spoke to reporters about his upcoming meeting with president putin now when a reporter asked him if he'd recognize crimea as part of brusha he said quote we're going to have to see but then he went on to blame obama for the crimea debacle saying that it was a shame that obama gave up crimea now to remind the viewers of what happened in twenty fourteen a referendum was held in crimea with international observers present with ninety seven percent of the population voting to see from ukraine and join russia now the
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west refused to recognize the plebiscite and then impose sanctions on russia and then separate ones on crimea but just this week another u.s. official john paul and also discussed crimea and he said that trump would not recognize a crimea as part of russia so conflicting views from the trump administration with seems to be basic protocol at this point but these statements come a few weeks before a trump summit with putin to be held in helsinki fla finland on july sixteenth but this. wasn't a first time that trump has discussed relations with russia he also talked about at the g seven g seven summit and let's take a look at what he said. as opposed to the. more meaningful. action you. so as you just saw
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there called for russia to be reinstated and trouble also said that he'd be discussing a range of issues including election interference syria ukraine also the possibility of fortifying relations with china and russia to possibly deescalate all of the conflicts going on in the world but we won't know for sure until july sixteenth when the summit does take place so we'll just have to wait until then all right ots american from washington d.c. thanks. and exhausting to day and all night e.u. summit is over with leaders finally pending a deal on migration they seem happy with the agreement but european council president donald tusk warned the signing was just the easy part. as regards show or deal migration it's far too early to talk about the success. we have so much to reach an agreement and develop your local sort but this is in fact the easiest part
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of that us. store through h.r. from the growth as we heard there the european union leaders have reached a compromise agreement over the whole migrant issue there are some major changes that have been put forward and these include the fact that migrants can no longer choose where they will live migrant centers will be set up in non european countries at the same time there will be more support given to mediterranean countries that are affected by the whole migrant crisis the relocation of migrants across europe will take place on a voluntary basis and the dublin agreement that essentially says that the responsibility for care of migrants waits on the country where their migrant into europe will this is now going to be completely revised and what it means is that we will see joint you appear in forces monitoring the rescue operations in the mediterranean sea and the responsibility for this not falling sewed me on the shoulders of the italians the agreement however is non binding and it comes in an
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effort by europeans to show solidarity after late on thursday the italians refused to add here to agreements that had been made on other issues on military financial and digital issues until the migrant issue was solved today does that come from our spokesman for mr bruce lee that can produce a lot of things are based on the entire basis of congo goes as soon as it was willing and the whole question is essentially what does a non-binding agreement. i mean we are hearing from the italian prime minister who says to quote that italy could initiate procedures against european union members who do not respect the deal now although you have the german chancellor angela merkel in the french president stressing that this shows you appear in unity what is clear is that they've had to bow to the pressure of the italians and other central european states what we're hearing from the german chancellor is that here and that this is not the end of the road and this is an important step in the very
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direction where of course not here to the end of the road the latest spat started when italy said it would no longer take in my agreements now the new agreement states that if a migrant for example is picked up on the german austrian border but was registered in greece or spain he or she can be sent back the question remains of course how exactly this will be implemented on the ground and how this new agreement will pan out experts told us that despite the show of unity from european leaders member states are still bitterly split. for america is a really deep political trouble and we don't know whether she will be cunt translator in the next weeks and so she she was obliged to do to reach a compromise about not missile mccrone is not consistent at all i mean he's keep saying that the want more slowly than. human europe but then he is the first one
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who blocks migrants. on the border to meet only the blocks the thoughts without does not accept n.g.o.s vessels who are arriving the french bought and this is something that really is a shocking for the other counties i said how can france give lessons to us when they are not at all an example to follow the e.u. . made a show of unity but. show of unity became in e.u. and then in need centers because we are so many crises but they want to to mask the fragmentation of the group but at the same time. this compromise when you look at the compromise it's quite too weak. to say it's typical of e.u. . is part of
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a compromise because he's so constructive on big ricci so everybody can agree but actually the problem is. pushed over the dates and of a try to gain time but if you look at what has been agreed everything is voluntary it means on their very own terry basis there is no obligation to any decisions taken in this compromise. what have been put in and donald trump will be holding their first summit two weeks from now in finland this comes at a difficult time in relations between the west and russia over the screen paul poisoning sanctions and allegations of election meddling russia's foreign minister touched upon all of those issues in an interview with a british t.v. network. can. you give any assurances that the upcoming midterm elections if you know it's time
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will not be meddled with by the press or something because we killed intelligence to discover something which is based on highly unlikely. might be. the best a geisha in the united states has been going for her longer during the course of the. diary to the internet research agency the russian troll factory and now that there is an indicted something which requires a throw in the they submitted their old case and they chipped quite a number of things which were used for the day so let's not jump the gun. it was loose carol but i don't think that the logic of the queen who said sentence forced verdict later i don't think this logic is going to prevail this whole russia election meddling hysteria according to sergei lavrov is a prime example of
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a new and trendy mentality kind of act to accuse stand figure out later with the investigation into the russian interference in the us presidential elections still ongoing and in his opinion in circular opinion this approach prevails on the global geo political scene right now and they've even led to this quite peculiar exchange between him and the journalist. there are many in the west who say that the chaos whether it spreads it whether it's cause whether it's from the white house or good at all in the world if not all of it before believe in the cycle of you are sick of you for good for skeptical actions and surrender that the brotherhood is also into that later but the chaos of those going to the un to me this does the chaos benefit russia as some in the west said. you have to be within the. historical free. for the logical for.
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human because goodness it's russian government it's before the presidential elections and the months before the world what it will do you say from alleged chemical attacks in syria to the us elections i mean geographically why these accusers have found russia's fingerprints well pretty much all over the world standing out of those cases they always the case of this crippled poisoning back in march if you don't remember. a former double agent for the u.k. and his daughter were found poisoned apparently by a very powerful nerve agent in the u.k. city of the sales berry and the u.k. is adamant russia did it in fact they presented russia with one question was it vladimir putin who ordered the poisoning did just lattimer putin kind of lost control of the people who eventually poisoned. and his daughter so sergey lavrov was confronted in the interview without.
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using the british state of the coverup of this whole incident i don't it still does and as long as they don't give us information you know that about the russians it is citizens who have died in london during the posters all altered cases have been investigated in this secret form we don't understand. and if you want to know the reason. well it's you know one of the what is going towards the. united kingdom because of the political good from what is going on. truly it's it's come to think of it it's an interesting situation whereby the country which is leaving the european union has determined the european union polis with rush when they were ready for all you know look at all some of the europeans
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you know you must expose the russians that lamont's you must expel them so they did most of them some do now again official london has been maintaining that it was only moscow we had both motive and means to carry out a poisoning like this one in fact a lot of european countries sided with the united kingdom they expelled diplomats just like london did expelled russian diplomats and russia in its turn responded by doing the same and when it comes to a more generic story line of the interview for i may say so a lot of talk about the highly likely the infamous highly likely aspect of the rhetoric aspect of things nowadays sergey lavrov also has stressed that in his opinion we are already living in what he calls a post to west to work and as for russia's role in this post west world he says that more school plans to play a role on equal parts an equal role with other players. in this whole thing so when
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it comes to some predictions for the future for some forecasting there you have it . a prominent campaigner against child abuse has been arrested by the f.b.i. over allegations of pedophilia artie's killer martin comments. twenty two year old joel davis is outspoken in his activism against sexual violence that's what makes his recent arrest so disturbing joel davis has been arrested and it's alleged that he attempted to engage a minor in sexual activity and he's been distributing child pornography now beyond the basic charges the actual details of the case are pretty disturbing the f.b.i. picked up davis in a sting operation now they've revealed some of the text messages he exchanged with undercover agents what's about to follow is rather disturbing but it's actually not the most disturbing part of the correspondence during the course of the text
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conversations davis stated that he is into children ages zero plus and has no limits they've just told him because of the offices that he previously had sexual experiences with a nine month old boy a six year old go in a seven year old boy now according to the f.b.i. davis actually asked the undercover agents to send him explicit videos and photographs of children the department of justice says they are appalled by the case conduct and edged against jill davis is unfathomable as it is sickening and as this case demonstrates to enforcement keep its watchful eye on the darkest corners of the internet to bring presents is justice davis is a long time outspoken advocate of human rights he had a organization with over five thousand people it was very well funded he gave regular media appearances in our acted and respected in peacetime then you're not going to be able to protect them or respect them in conflict like you need to when you do need the rule of law and so many conflicts across the globe children's
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bodies are quickly becoming sites of violence where rape is used to terrorize and degrade the entire communities now davis went on to actually give a ted talk on the subject of expertise that it was two months ago and the video is now unavailable when he was giving an interview to n.b.c. about how he combined charity work with his studies he said he feels like he's lived. a double life those are words that would come back to haunt him able to r.t. new york. two palestinians have been killed in protests on the israel gaza border according to palestinian officials a teenager is said to be one of the dead the anti occupation rallies have been ongoing since late march. but. you have. the wrist. injury after injury and as you see i sense the beginning of the beginning of the protests today
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the fourteenth week of the great march of return at least twenty palestinians have been injured by live ammunition and tear gas canisters those are your forces continue to use the lethal force against the policy in protesters palestinians have been protesting for more than fourteen weeks demanding demanding the right of return demanding the right of defeating the locate that has been imposed on the gaza strip by israel since the beginning of the protest says the beginning of the great march of return one hundred thirty one palestinians have been killed and more than fourteen thousand palestinians have been injured including fifty four palestinians who got limbs amputated from the upper and lower body where the israeli forces have been using explosive bullets that have been fracture air fractured completely fracture bones and tissues and causing long lasting disability i'm now standing approximately two hundred meters away only from the fence and it's very clear that the israeli soldiers are have really stationed at the protests
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continue palestinians continue to protest and it's very clear that they have a message to the world that they won't give up on their land they won't give up on jerusalem and they won't give up on trying to stick liberation. israel says its soldiers are acting purely insult a friend to leave consider the palestinian based organization of moscow's terrorist and says it uses protesters to breach the border and is down to the last sixteen of the world cup will bring you our updates on the tournament after a short break stay with us this is our two international. it's.
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he's very. very competent so so far we go to do something to be competitive as a footballer and therefore we know from when we come back to the. rich. and we can perform it's.
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all right now the fifo world cup is about to enter the knockout stage sixteen of the regional thirty two teams remain in the race to be crowned champions in the first games on saturday argentina and france clash and followed by portugal in. the winners of each match will be through to the quarterfinals portugal star player christiana ranaldo seemed upbeat in training ahead of the decisive game against and even showed off some dancing skills let's take a look at the world cup so far and figures.
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i . some teams and their friends have started the journey home but not before capturing their experiences in photos and videos taken around russia r.t. has started to compile some of the best of these and you can check out our fans eye view project online at r.t. dot com. that.
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was. it was. those fans still in russia are making their presence ever more colorful mexican's showed off their day of the dead style costumes in the very center of moscow. he. could be forgiven for thinking the sea is something recent. but actually this is one of the
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of the. mexicans the long haul celebrates the truck was virtually the next when they brought it to the roots of this ceremony goes to the pre-christian. in mexico but it's usually a good program but however this much of the bed take place it must go next to the computer to try to. see what that russian. oil song does it got these are really great atmosphere you know it's a really nice man and i think it's really nice to have like mixing it with a sense spirit and that whole brush against the part of me. it's. really important because it's the day when you can remember. ancestors all the. people that it's not with you anymore. body and i'm never going on the pond
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i'm very happy that we. part of this exhibition includes all the work in the traditional mexican style you've got these frogs and these plates and these dishes and even some of these quite scary looking skulls but the best part. of this little mexican food. well let's take a quick recap of the final group matches played on thursday in the first game of the day colombia sent to senegal out with a tied one know when japan joined the coffee growers in the last sixteen despite losing to poland and later belgium beat england one to zero in kaliningrad both were already through to the next round and then tunisia won two to one in their match with panama but exited the tournament nonetheless. many columbia fans are visiting russia for the first time and so far they have been pleasantly
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surprised. to see it but i believe that people just missed it so you can see the deal must you must miss. me so i see that it's so easy the police would leap from. the ship which. you so opposed it before the police. but i was
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just i was very quick to say i didn't say. it's. another sixteen teams have had their world cup dreams ended but not all of them received a warm welcome when they got home the south korea squad were pelted with eggs upon their return even though their victory on wednesday eliminated the reigning champions germany from the chinaman. team also had cushions thrown at them despite the shock defeat and handed out to germany it was not enough for south korea to go through to the round of sixteen squads still bang to their fans for support and will return to competitive action at the two thousand and nineteen asian cup in january. we heard from the bulgarian
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football legend. about his impressions of the tournament so far i'm going out with old and i'm not a big fan of comparisons every world cup is special every team is special and for years a lot has happened for the last world cup in brazil spain arrived just champions but failed to reach the knockout stage today we see the current champions germany going home every day brings new surprises after that everyone thought it would take something extraordinary for colombia not to qualify they won but with difficulty brazil's not yet convinced me that they are a competitive team in my opinion neymar is still in shock and hasn't showed himself to be the football player i know from boss a loner and it's not visible because it plays better because of the injury he doubted whether he would enter we see james rodriguez has not yet recovered so there are many factors and in addition historically europe is for europeans by the dozen for me i'll be back in what say thirty two minutes of the full of attorneys
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who are watching our two international. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest gold people is available to us but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you on the us he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure you have to meet the center of the football with you and do the all the great the grid the good you are the rock at the back nobody gets us to you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone. and i'm really happy to join for the two thousand and three in the world cup in russia meet the special one it was also appreciate me to just say to redo the aunty teams latest edition to make it up as we go so i need to look.
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pretty brags that it was all about the british my to bring back five hundred factories are going to export our way back into a g.d.p. rocket ship and take on the world cool britannia go britannia well it turns out they're all going to be picking fruit out there and can bury shyer. later. this is boom bust broadcasting around the world from washington d.c.
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