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and it's how it's happened. thank you but i don't because. i think. that sometimes. our headline stories this. shouldn't from europe to washington's threats the sun shouldn't those doing business with the u.s. president but his top security adviser seeks to keep.
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we want to achieve maximum pressure but we don't want to harm friends and allies even. that are saying he hated by europe or anybody else. white men nor america's biggest terror threats c.n.n. host claims stern already divided u.s. public. i think that mr levin was actually stating facts what they're saying right now saying that the majority of the country are terrorists. on this really. from the racist didn't sensitive featuring a model ripping off finest law make me like claiming to promote freedom. just three am in caracas three pm in hong kong and ten in the morning here in moscow this november the first welcome to to our. international our top story
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donald trump has insisted the united states will continue its oil embargo on iran that's to spite his not still security advisor adopting a milder tone when it comes to sanctions on countries doing business with iran after a massive backlash from european allies number of countries may not be able to go all the way all the way to zero immediately so we want to we want to achieve maximum pressure but we don't want to harm friends and allies either. not intend to allow our sanctions to be abated by europe or anybody else. as well nations to isolate iran's regime. as long as its aggression continues we never threaten anyone but we do not tolerate stroman you don't. want to be paid long between americans tell them what do we want europeans to say about how economic interests and we want economic relations with iran.
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would like. to work to maintain the framework of the twenty fifteen in spite of the american decision by ensuring that our companies can stay in iran yeah as you heard there as european countries express their opposition to the sanctions are to kill up and examines the apart and shift within the u.s. administration well this is certainly a milder tone from john bolton who was speaking about the sanctions that are set to go into effect on november fifth the intent was according to the white house that they were going to reduce iran's oil exports to zero now there were some companies that did immediately pull back from trading with iran perhaps they doubted the ability of their governments to protect them among those who pulled back there was total borrowing lou. oil reliance industries ltd dover's siemens and others now
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interestingly iran has been continuing its oil exports right up until that november fifth deadline we've seen quite a defiant stand for the iranian president you will not be able to reach any of your goals with regard to iran's oil you will not be able to bring it to zero or reduces so now we have john bolton coming forward and saying that they are talking about the possibility of granting waivers to countries and corporations that want to continue trading with iran they are promising to engage in the harshest level of sanctions against iran but meanwhile there is a milder tone when it comes to countries and businesses around the world who want to keep trading with them so it is certainly a change from the white house are waiting to see what happens next as that november fifth deadline approaches well antiwar activist ken stone says he's skeptical of john bolton trying to kushan the blow over the imposing sanctions i think what prompted him were the actions taken by the european union over the summer to create
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a statute of immunity for european firms and to create a financial syllabi to continue to trade with iran plus probably his travels in the area as he said he probably has heard from turkey and india that they're not happy about this at all and they want to break but in my personal opinion i'm skeptical of. bolton's so-called talk of softening for two reasons first of all whatever one branch of the american. government says is often repudiated within hours or days by another branch of the u.s. government. their country is in turmoil one cannot rely on any statements made by the u.s. government and secondly if bolton were to give a break to any country or group of countries the other countries in the u.s. captain did not receive that great would be up in arms and it would create an even worse situation for the u.s. . yes so i can see him giving a selected group to some and not to others
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a series of crimes in the us linked by many there are to right wing politics are becoming the baseline topic in news coverage with just stays to go until america's poorest public make their choice in the mid-term elections one c.n.n. host is clear as to who he thinks poses the real terror threat. you have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men most of them radicalized to the right. well don lemon's comments come after three recent hate crimes involving white suspects last summer may eleventh jewish worshipers were massacred of a synagogue in pittsburgh in the same week two black people were killed in a shooting at a supermarket in kentucky and fifteen mail bombs were sent to high profile opponents of the u.s. president we heard contrasting views from inside the us from journalists who knew
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rivera and political activists first anthony rogers right. i think that mr levin was actually stating facts there are twice as many terrorist incidents from white right wing terrorists and those people who submit to al islam what they're saying right now is saying that the majority of the country are terrorists i'm pretty sure that if white men were the real problem in america we'd have a higher incident a higher rate of incidents with these types of terror attacks radicalized white people who are sending pipe bombs to people of the opposing party who just killed eleven jewish people who just killed two black people in kentucky because they couldn't get into a black church look at the result things deaths and look at the perpetrators d.n.a. and is doing everything they can to try to cast a negative light against anything trump in obviously the majority of the voting bloc in america is working class white men believe incidents that are being painted
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are happy and are being painted as down from what is really not true people like don lemon are going to continue to perpetuate these false narrative in the hopes that maybe it can just. people from what's actually going on in america which is a great thing right now economically number for people across all demographics including white latino and blacks in. particular where black unemployment is a historic low type items that were just sent did not kill anyone but they were still acts of terrorism and you can't deny that the person who was caught by. donald trump supporter is a gun which from supporters and if we are being honest really but he is a registered there is there is there is information that he doesn't matter he sat down and i took your work right he's a god only if we can read his misallocations up a bunch of different ways you can sit there in julie's them and think that he specifically and donald trump supporter he was inspired to do that by donald trump we have to be honest about post reconstruction white terrorism against black people
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were not being honest about that we're not going to get to the root of the problem white supremacy found in the united states of america white supremacy exists in the united states of america and white supremacy is rising across the world called don lemon said this is just a further and a continuance of the division that was created in america under the eight year old ministration of barack obama. to another of her headline stories this hour is really clothing brand sparked uproar over an ugly campaign featuring a model of tearing off a knee cap on to the tagline freedom is basic the video also pointedly refers to one of israel's biggest foes and there's been angry reaction online. not about. freedom is basic first of all you dumb if you think this is considered
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freedom this is just disrespectful in so many levels and who are you to define freedom as exposing your hair and taking off and he jap freedom is a relative concept this is extremely disrespectful and disgusting come to be bothered by cheap islam for the cab like this by who days let them have their freedom and we'll have allah's when i saw that ad i. i was angry how could that be . it wasn't just me who was angry pretty much everyone that saw it got angry as well a women's rights advocate we spoke to say that i'm for tossing is out of touch with the values of consumers my concern is that the advertisement is not only not in touch with the consumer that it's advertising to it doesn't seem to have a enough respect or regard for their way of life people are allowed to choose how they want to live in the regions are associations of people who have the same
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belief system in which they want to live within this belief system and unfortunately when you do something like take off the burka or you know his job and you say that you know freedom is basic and that this type of covering does not represent freedom it is considered in my opinion to be you know out of touch with the view of that religion well it is not the only controversy in israel and i counted it in a local election in the city of rome they released this campaign last month it depicts a woman wearing a slow mcveigh you know along with the warning not to marry a muslim partner the poster a strong condemnation from the cities are a population interreligious marriages are largely the scar region in israel. reese everson again sees that religious beliefs are no reason to judge the choices of others this type of covering does not represent freedom who are you to
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decide whether these women are free or not if they are comparable in this way of life in this religion then that's a decision that they're allowed to make if you participate in you say i personally no longer want to wear his job that's your personal choice but to say that it's it's not freedom for those women. i think it can very much seem to come across as not understanding and not respectful of that particular religion and culture if women believe that and they align with that visual and they say that's my truth i agree with that then they should be allowed to live with that an idea once implanted in your mind can never be erased but the truth of the matter is and their environment where they live has not made that change so it's just a matter of time before those women begin to reach out and say help i'm looking for
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help and what we've got to do is provide the resources so that if women decide that they want to live in a different country live a different lifestyle that those resources are there a lot more blocks from a case against a christian woman in pakistan a spark violent protests by religious hardliners judges overturn the death penalty and a baby being threatened with lethal breath through abuse in themselves by the mob here's how the society with more on the hunt. this is a baby she's just been taken off death row but instead of celebrating a second chance at life this sparks outrage and mass protests across pakistan i i i think spoken to for the parts nine years ago while out picking fruit it was a hot day and she drank some more yes that was enough to sentence her to death and
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put her in solitary confinement for almost a decade but the real reason is that is a christian the women who were with her that say said she had touched a cup which meant they could no longer drink from it i was beaten and accused of blasphemy with his sentence now overturned how about an islamist to demanding what they call religious justice. this is a very strong moment for us we were shocked to hear this news regarding the release order. but we are calling for our government to change that decision oh over there . was. pakistan is a religiously conservative country there were near around two point five million christians making them a minority of just one point six percent of the population to protect islamic
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authority blasphemy laws were introduced in the nineteenth century that were among the strictest in the muslim world it means insulting a religious belief can lead to imprisonment or even that harsh punishments also stand for those who support the baby take the punjab governor so mom to say here he was assassinated by his bodyguard in twenty eleven for wanting to reform these laws the federal minister for religion but the was also killed off to simply calling for her release. but from support for the assassinations the rights when pakistan's islamist party or the tail pay began to grow they've called for mass protests if the blasphemy law is touched they even say the country supreme court just as if to himself that they've attending a sentence the patron in chief of t.l.p. mohammad off sol qadri has issued the verdict that says the chief justice and all those who ordered the release of us year deserve death mobs with the best of losing
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trust in the overall governance and they feel that if there is a problem then the d. d. system may not be. efficient to pick up the issues and come up with a kind of justice in fact these. matters also via the mob has. killed people but this is not confined to distil only because it is the trust of the on the system. leech stool. people coming to the courts and coming to the law enforcement agencies and this law has certainly put a why did their best which is a call for babies conviction to be held gripe is expected that office of asylum i
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brought will take. activists in the port city of humber camping celebrating halloween night with a march against the anti immigration turns of for germany party they held banners with the message hold the ghosts of the far right opponents accuse the deal of stoking racism and hijacking concerns. the event follows a recent series of games for the f.t. elections across the country the demonstrators also call for an end to kneel nazi. politics in germany the rally passed off peacefully with rests. steering a forty five ton ship is a delicate operation at the best of times but in bad weather and with a dangerous cargo on board it reaches new levels as the crew of a furry in spain find when their ship careered into
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a dock in barcelona the vessel was carrying containers with dangerous chemicals when it hit a crane causing it to co-ops dock workers fled to safety as the ship struck the area rocketed in flames no one was injured in the incident strong winds are believed to have caused the ferry to thought. control. globally agree don't regulate big migration loses another country as austria holds its we'll tell you why after the break. relationship banks butts recommend trouble couples to keep talking to each other
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this advice would also apply to president putin and president truman on the eve of the second meeting is it. a relationship out of crisis. because he's been dead since two thousand and eight and through the transfusion of a lot of money has been animated and kept alive it looks like something was going on there but now there's transfusions of cash are ending because interest rates are going to start ticking up so now the rotten stinking corpse of the global economy is going to start smelling really bad people are going to start bailing out of stocks technology stocks housing stocks. semiconductor stocks. and then of course you could have market down twenty thirty forty fifty sixty percent.
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international austria say it will not sign. regulating global migration the government off conservative chancellor sebastian kurtz joins the united states on hungary in rejecting the document. some of the content goes diametrically against opposition and migration is not and cannot become a human rights we as the republic of austria will decide. who can migrate to austria. or the european commission has called austria regrettable the global compact for safe orderly regular migration is a non binding agreement it aims to make migration safer and. because on issues such as how to better protect an integrated migrants it was approved in july by all u.n.
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member nations except the us hungry later. the agreement while poland is reconsidering its well well austria's governing coalition has adopted a hardline approach to migration. since the heights of the crisis in twenty fifteen austria has taken over a quarter of a million refugees and granted asylum to over one hundred fifty thousand people the spine a drop in number since the migration remains a hot button issue in the country as it goes all over europe of course we spoke to an austrian m.p. who skeptical all the advantages all thought you had packed. the danger of seeing about the so-called compact is that it says it is not binding and it is not binding for most of the countries but it will eventually be binding for european countries because it will be applied by the international courts that execute their power in europe they should definitely do not ignore it but migration is the solution to the
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problem even they've you have fifty million people migrating from sub-saharan africa this will not solve the problems will create a load of problems for you for the working class europeans specially in competition with the migration it will put enormous strengths on all the social pattern of our social instore the system and the whole system but it will not solve a single problem. kurdish fighters in northern syria have announced a temporary halt in their operations against islamic state that comes after kurdish led syrian democratic forces say they came under fire from the turkish military the united states and turkey do not see eye to eye when it comes to the s.d.f. washington supports it in the fight against well i'm great danes them terrorists the u.s. state department has raised concerns over the turkish president to destroy the group adal used him as you noted we have started active intervention operations
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against the terror organization and the last couple of days we will soon come down hard on the terror organization with more extensive and effective operations unilateral military strikes into northwest syria by any party particularly as american personnel may be present or in the vicinity of great concern to us coordination and consultation between the united states and turkey on issues of security concern is a better approach middle east analyst. chris simply urging washington to choose between two allies the kurds or turkey the united states have been told by the turks since the very beginning that they have choose to. between their strategic ally and a temporary ally that really has little chance of securing themselves the united states have tried other allies in syria before and they were simply unreliable turkey would want to prove to the united states that this sort of ally is but all but temporary and they can't rely on them anymore and it is also trying to prove
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to the kurdish militia that the united states is undependable ally is well this is all brewing into. some sort of a fight and everybody's trying to calculate what the other party is going to do. now is no organization or sports team is complete these days unless it's got a mascot and even the japanese navy is getting one although it's not exactly perhaps what you might have expected.
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alex salmond would have to say about that but he's back with his latest edition of the show in that moment stay with r.t. interest. when lawmakers manufacture can be sentenced to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. in the final merry go round certainly the one percent.
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going all middle of the room six. and twenty four to you know bloody revolution to the demonstrations going from being relatively peaceful political protests to be creasing the violent revolution is always spontaneous or is it just always i mean your list with video a clue in the new bill is that i'm spoiling you to the former ukrainian president recalls the events of twenty fourteen. those who took. invested over five billion dollars to assist ukraine in these and other goals that will ensure a secure and prosperous and democratic.
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welcome to the. insurance a very special edition the show us celebrating our first anniversary and today we look back at what some of our guests of five to see over the last year and we filmed in brussels geneva be there it's dublin new york washington gibraltar barcelona brittany strasburg and of course scotland but first what has become a fixture of our show here treats us just i'm sure evils i don't want to alex. yes thousand of a big selection this week thanks largely to our facebook premiere which had a record audience and first stop is luis hogg who says it was interesting to hear four from the house
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a lot of the phrase for for the moths still not sure if enough m.p.'s are willing to blow up under a vast breaks a little more than holmes were from the same issue says very informative show once again i like it does me not as usual i was up with a lot the smalling to watch it's always the highlight of bye week thank you bonnie but john connally warns given the u.k. is due to leave the e.u. in march the twenty one of twenty one thousand than any constitutional wrangling before the judges would have to occur quickly in the new year well john i think the luxembourg court heeling on article fifty is going to be at the end of this month so there might well be time enough another couple of messages from the pullbacks that point if you poll freeman says i want blacks on scottish independence or quote what is the point leaving the u.k. to then make the e.u. new ruler and in the same vein what a good fellow says at what point will you address the theft to eight percent of us
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who voted to leave and a group of five people that flee who voted remain true for bricks that that's not the land slade you keep talking about and what he's saying there is about the vote in scotland which was overwhelmingly for a million but wasn't alarmed slape as money of points and finally left can be says would be cracking if mr samad was here on a facebook live chat to engage with his audience directly that's a great suggestion ian will simply take you up and up and noticed as miller said this is our first on a vastly so let's take a look at what we promised to you last year when we launched the show join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sports business i'm showbusiness i'll see you then. welcome to another part of our fit here at the alex salmond show now last year alex picked to be visit to interview one of the world's most expedient leaders president michel.


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