russia and turkey agreed to form a demilitarized zone between syrian government forces and militants in adlib with moscow saying series operation against terrorist will be put on. defense ministry tracks the serial number of the missing link by the official investigation for the downing of the mh seventeen bolling these top secret documents unclassified of course for the sake of the probe the rocket to ukraine's forces. public frustration erupts in libya ever die living
conditions up to seven years of instability and conflict since the overthrow of the gadhafi regime. and a top american university sparked outrage after creating the so-called safe space for white students to discuss race issues we'll be hearing from both sides of the debate. as are joining us this is r.t. international. the russian and turkish presidents have agreed to create a demilitarized zone in syria's itll a province could lay the ground for a final push against the terrorists in the area which is the last remaining extremist stronghold in the country. with use only to create along the demilitarized zone by october fifteenth it will be from fifteen to twenty kilometers why we will move radicalized militants are loathe including job.
the u.n. estimates ten thousand dollars for a terrorist remain in italy a province posing a threat not only to those living there but also to people in bordering regions the question of how to deal with the terrorists that dominated international talks for weeks the coach has more on the latest developments very important decisions were indeed made during those hours along talks between a russia and turkey now the deescalation zone was hanging in the year during the negotiations but the two leaders seem to disagree all the way through with that's why this particular agreement which was self boice of the press conference came as a surprise to so many now of the both sides agreed to create a demilitarized zone between the militants and a government troops of around fifteen to twenty kilometers by the fifteenth of october and also during the press conference of the turkish president said that to
gather with russia they will radek a terrorism in the region. together with russia we will make maximum effort to get rid of radical groups from this territory turkey and russia will patrol this territory to ensure compliance right after the talks are russia's defense minister announced that there is going to be no military offensive on at length he also added that all of the details of the agreement which was a reach today will be discussed with the syrian government a very soon during the upcoming talks the situation in the province of idlib has been a crucial topic of discussions for weeks on the international stage between syria russia turkey the us and iran so now this decision is surely important as it eases this threat of escalation on the ground. even take a deal received some cautious encouragement from the u.s. intelligence chief he called it encouraging international relations professor the
same bike she says that the two leaders have taken a crucial step towards brokering peace in syria the decision is very important indeed it leaves the demand on there is no floor of migration there is no fighting there is no expected clashes between the government forces and the radical groups i think diplomatically speaking both president. very unexpected result in a positive. in the long run probably does the militarized zone will be the way where the radical groups will leave the area not only the people but also. after fifteen of october president putin said most probably do. will be certainly cleaned up from most radical groups and i think the meeting
between the two presidents indicated once again how these two countries will continue in the future of the restructuring of syria and the region together. this is defense ministry says it's identified the missile that brought down malaysia airlines flight m h seventeen back in two thousand and fourteen what he's done breaks down the findings. so what the russian defense ministry has done is they took the serial number of the missing child published earlier by the official investigation and the joint investigative team say that they took that serial number from a piece of debris from the actual crash site so they blamed that very message directly for the downing of the mh seventeen passenger jet so the russian defense ministry they took that serial number and match them try to find mentions of it in its own archive documents and what they found was actually the passport of that very midst of that which tracks the whole life cycle of that missile back from the
moment when it was produced manufactured in u.s.s.r. to the point also showing which exact army unit was armed with that missile and here's what the russian defense ministry found out that those work at the manufacture date of the missile is the twenty fourth of december one thousand eight hundred six it was transported by train to the military base two zero one five two today it is based which still uses missiles of this type is in the ukrainian destructible evolve and since then after the dissolution of the soviet union the missile never returned to the territory of russia. now that passport and some other relevant documents they used to be top secret and now they have been unclassified for the sake of the investigation in fact they were displayed in the room where the briefing was held so all journalists will mean colluded had a chance to have a look at them with their own eyes the second part of the briefing the russian defense ministry showed some video some amateur footage that was previously
analyzed by the official investigation and the russian defense ministry showed how they believe that footage was tampered with and the third part the we were given a listen to an audio recording which was said to be a conversation between a ukrainian colonel and some other ukrainian officer and well a lot of bombs left in there on purpose by the russians. fence ministry to show that they did not alter or edit that well that recording in any way and here is the key bits from it was me a dork it was really true. but for me what you would it what. we should do more if you were if you. want don't already dorman your mother who already now official ukraine has already branded this new information that the russian defense ministry has brought to light as fake but russian and stern is saying that they are open to scrutiny that they are ready indeed to pass on these new documents to the joint
investigative team to the official investigation and they can very fine the authenticity of those documents all by themselves so definitely a new twist in the investigation of the downing of m h seventeen. back in july of two thousand and fourteen the boeing passenger plane flying from amsterdam to kuala lumpur crashed in the nets region at the height of the conflict in eastern ukraine all two hundred ninety eight people on board were killed including eighty children . says the new materials have been handed over to the dutch team investigating the tragedy while the joint investigation team earlier reacted to the newly released documents saying that they're ready to examine them the suit is they've been provided by moscow experts told us this new evidence is important for the investigation process. i hope they would take it seriously and take what evidence the russians can provide i mean they they refused to take a lot of evidence over the last few years seemingly more content to just immediately point the finger to russia within the first few days after the incident
i think it should absolutely impact the overall investigation russia said right from the start of this investigation that they should be included in it and were excluded so it just came down to the dutch ukrainians the australians and malaysians we have a situation where the evidence as presented by the russians today actually seems to back up some already publicly disclose some very important information released by the joint investigation team well on the fact that this is very important new evidence has been presented by the russian defense ministry it's only just been released we're going to have to look at it in great detail and of course that's going to be the position that the joint investigation team will i'm sure take they will be came to look at it and also be keen to be seen to be looking at this evidence very closely it's a very it's a fairly obvious piece of evidence actually that only i imagine the jade have been expected to receive or at least of wanted to see the fact that they were able to identify the missile concerned through at least partial or full serial numbers of
course the next obvious step would be to trace and track work that happened with that missile from the point of its manufacture to the point of its destruction or deployment or scrapping and that's what the russians seem to have done by filling in that missing picture. crowds gathered in the libyan capital on sunday calling for the president and other top politicians to quit they were protesting over the disastrous situation in a country which remains in deep political crisis since armed struggle broke out seven years ago labor amazed divided by rival governments and armed groups. one governments based in tripoli backed by the un the others into broke and controls the east of the country some zones are still under the power of militias and isis years after they helped ignite violence some european countries are now starting to express regret at their involvement in the nato led intervention there are reports . in march of two thousand and eleven norway committed to the military intervention
in libya leading to the ousting of gaddafi and the ruine country we see today but a shock norwegian state commission report now admits the country knew next to nothing about what they were doing and actually went to war relying on media reports norway had very limited knowledge of libya when the uprising started in february twenty eleven in such situations decision makers often rely on information from media and other countries colonel gadhafi continues to slaughter his own civilians and he viciously targeted americans the international community offered the final chance to stop his campaign of killing or face the consequences for attacks by regime forces on the libyan citizens when they turned to us and asked us for help stopping a massacre how do you say no so also jumped on the bandwagon playing an alarmingly significant role and why shouldn't they it was by the book there was even
a un security council resolution on the situation to cover them if you ignore all the commentators warning the resolution did not green flag the mass bombing of libya norway's report also reveals there was practically no one else this before jumped in the room. indicating that before deciding to send warplanes to libya the government assist the type of conflict norway was taking part in. now that failure could hardly have had more serious consequences the country now lies in ruins seven years on libya is still being ripped apart by rival governments well wishers armed to the teeth and islamist militants just last week by supplying response ability for a shooting that killed two and wounded ten more at the headquarters of the state oil company at the top of the water there were infighting to come over the oil for the government by the un oh oh. oh oh perhaps and surprisingly some politicians in norway
are now distancing themselves from the decision given what we know today this was a war for a regime change norway should not have participated in the libyan war when you look at what happened next with libya becoming a terrorism hotspot this is not a decision to be proud of of course they're not the first to come to that sorry conclusion the u.k. parliament got there two years ago this report determines the u.k. policy in libya before and since the intervention of march two thousand and eleven was founded on a road use assumptions and an incomplete understanding of the country and the situation and barack obama infamously admitted the aftermath was the biggest mistake of his presidency but that's likely to bring little comfort to the civilians still reeling in the shattered nation a senior researcher at the you know we can foreign policy institute told us
politicians didn't understand the consequences of the intervention. arc this is for lisa and the coalition government i am they but them that this is what has happened at all that he's part of it but they are expressing some cigarettes are so i am also they are saying that they that they did didn't understand but he's still. with us that would be it. may have the. fifteen or they were mainly doing good but he really did the statistics and the cold war the the something that. they had them in our humanitarian intervention may not be. argued by almost all the key. players in this. obviously there are some of them saw the on the humanitarian reasoning you're. basically interested in.
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a north korean controlled vessel in april of this year that is un listed last month the independent panel of experts on the implementation of north korean sanctions submitted its bi annual report to the sanctions committee. the report contains evidence of multiple russian sanction violations we have seen and read this report but when the panel submitted the report to the security council last week. we noticed something deeply troubling the evidence of russian violations that was detailed in the earlier report was missing. it had been removed from the open section of the report apparently russia threatened to prevent release of the report unless its demands to hide the evidence of its validations was met we then heard a response after these these series of allegations were made by the us
representative nikki haley after she spoke and made all kinds of allegations against russia we heard a response from the representative of the russian federation now he proceeded to desex these allegations and claims and before he did that he pointed out that it was interesting that a meeting about north korea seemed to be turning into a meeting about russia. regarding the time coup which allegedly violated think sions the expert group has concluded that it did not complete the claim that we deleted posts of the report containing violations by russian companies is not true however these claims full moon with the policy of maximum pressure on pyongyang the us is trying to take control of the un security council i have a feeling sometimes that the us confuses the un security council with its own us national security council now the russian ambassador also criticized the united states for blocking railway connections between north and south korea saying that
intercalary a dialogue should be encouraged as they move ahead to try and resolve the nuclear issue on the peninsula one thing that stood out in the remarks from the russian ambassador was that he pointed out that a lot of progress has been made he said just a year ago it seemed like the security council was frequently meeting to discuss north korea but now we've seen a meeting between the head of state of the united states and the head of state of north korea meeting has taken place progress is being made and that that optimism should be the way this is. issue is being approached that a lot of progress is being made in the situation is moving ahead so quite an interesting meeting we heard those allegations against russia from the united states and then we also heard the representative of russia responding and asserting those allegations. university of maryland in the u.s. has issued leaflets inviting white students to join a group called white awake to discuss race issues do you want to improve your
ability to relate to and connect with people different from yourself do you sometimes feel uncomfortable and confused before during more of their interactions with racial and ethnic minorities do you want to become a better ally this group of was a safe space for white students to explore their experiences questions reactions and feelings the campus counseling centers now remove the flyers claiming they were misunderstood it also changed the group's name to anti racism an ally building group people though are divided on the issue it's giving people a place to express their opinions on race and discuss important topics in a safer environment in general when people who are white discuss the topic it's seen as inherently racist why not to do it every identity group have their space and should not have a positive had to end goal to be approved the way i interpret it is that white people are being victimized by interacting with us for
a minder standing it's simply a space for white students to get woke and learn to dismantle dangerous social preconceptions they might have these uncomfortable conversations but necessary for social progress the only harm i see is that becoming a white affinity group we put the issue up for debate with political activist antony rogers right and social commentator and. i think that i'm not sure why white people would feel safe on a college campus. i don't think that they are in any imminent danger and they certainly aren't in any more danger than say most of the students certainly students of color i think they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure. more some want to be. the two going to be pressed to supply them before three of them or can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in
the. west sydney. you know world of big partisan movies a lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. grim memories ten years ago the start of the great recession began a political reassessment and field on a sense of anger and resentment across the western world then done in trunk intrade the picture this in much more uncrossed.
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a covert each was elected president this time the international community had no doubts about the legitimacy of the elections in january two thousand and eleven victoria on a covert repealed the hero title of bond era. almost four years into his presidency though another revolution shook ukraine unfortunately this one was anything but peaceful. night. mr yanukovych which i'm an american i'm an outsider to the situation and it's very complicated but i would like as a as a filmmaker just to jump into the action and go to those moments in november two thousand and thirteen you're president of the ukraine you've been president for three years at this point the country is in bad economic shape very bad you have
a trade agreement with russia and now you are seeking to make a better agreement with the e.u. with the european union and you are negotiating can you bring me to that moment and what you're thinking just sitting at the bill or translucent video for the media. but i believe him would be pleased to treat that in that's the most do but then will not. drop out of cuba because there's a shit too early and then there's no one who we fund the old naval lieutenant who are not but it is really new who would. really put a hoarder numb but it loud knew pretty human we had then that's what he wanted to share in the snatch it in there but not to get. very full blown the silliness clears you see will not in that honesty julian haas too is or was that she didn't also hold of this in it but it's also the whole bit but he isn't here when they had