all. demonstrators chanted slogans and set fire to american and israeli flags the restrictions which the people what a crying come into force on the morning of november fifth in the united states sanctions target iran's oil banking and shipping sectors and follow washington's withdrawal from a twenty fifty nuclear deal as my dad reports. these sanctions come into force now on the fifth of november in the u.s. thirty nine years plus a day since the iranian revolution rees stormed the u.s. embassy in tehran in one nine hundred seventy nine america really holds grudges the rogue regime in iran spread death destruction and chaos the arabian dictatorships
long campaign remains the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism the guy even tweeted a picture of himself styled after the game of thrones t.v. show with the message that sanctions a coming player in winter is coming why he did this remains that mistreat since everyone knew that they were coming he and his government all said this months ago iran spent many years under these same sanctions cut off from the world's banking system foreign trade it's oil under embargo and despite that iran's oil exports never dropped below a million barrels a day roughly half of what they are now it can survive it already has survived these sanctions we are well experience when it comes to sanctions do you no doubt that under the worst circumstances greens can export as much oil as they need to
while strangling the iranians into submission seems unrealistic nevertheless you can't laugh these sanctions off officially. washington monster private the uranian regime of money uses to spread terror without targeting ordinary people in theory humanitarian goods such as lifesaving medication are exempted from sanctions in practice everyone is so terrified of u.s. sanctions of how ambiguous they are that banks and companies simply refuse to sell around that very medication and the u.s. doesn't seem to care it's their problem the sanctions imposed by the u.s. which they say will target our government will definitely affect people's lives putting much more pressure on us even though these sanctions haven't manifested themselves in the market yet they are already on people's minds and causing them a lot of worry in fact every year or every two to three years they see new
sanctions will be imposed so people have gotten used to saying that but that doesn't mean we accept them and it doesn't hurt it means we've had them so long they don't affect us anymore but of course i am a merchant and i essentially cannot trade with businesses outside of iran any more it would take its toll and we have yet to see to what extent that affect ordinary people and merchants. manson's are hard to come by because of sanctions no doubt if you are caring for a patient your life is affected by these sanctions sanctions decrease the quality of life is people cannot now obtain things they used to obtain easily before washington sanctions hurt ordinary ukrainians the most and this is something we have to understand sanctions are not something that is who are fond as donald trump seems to suggest in his they it is game of thrones mean the kind of feeling iranians average people as well as ukrainian leaders you have regarding the u.s.
is donald trump has created a lot of mistrust in anger among the ukrainians because from the iranian perspective iran has. the obliging it's part of the deal although these sanctions have had a negative effect does that necessarily doesn't mean that you on is going to concede to the united states. demonstrators across the globe are expected to take to the streets on monday for the million mosque march protestors led by hacktivist group anonymous and has been held every year since twenty thirteen been remembered remember. her.
coming. from. alex potter the organizer of the million mosque march in washington d.c. told us about the main goals of the annual protest. what we're trying to achieve year to year is to simply raise awareness we understand that things will not change overnight but we try to get as many people out there on the streets voicing their opinions about things that happened in the last year things that have been going on for many years and just try to spread awareness so more people know about it and we can try to get things to change that way there on a mass he can be completely you know anonymous nobody will know who you are you get
out there with this voice your opinions leader would be heard we have seen rest in the million mess march almost every year this event has taken place since two thousand and twelve we try to keep the really messed march peaceful as we can every year but things do happen the police at schoolies situations as well as protesters but whenever we see these things happening we try to get them under control as quickly as possible. the u.n. says humanitarian aid is gently needed for a huge migrant caravan heading through mexico to the u.s. border it includes of a two thousand children a caravan which has traveled hundreds of kilometers and lacks basic supplies is expected to reach the u.s. border within two weeks however uncertainty awaits the migrants as us president donald trump has ordered more than seven thousand troops to hold them by the issue has become a key talking point ahead of tuesday's midterm elections. jacqueline vogel has more on the migrants quest for
a hopeful that her life. the imminent arrival of several thousand migrants at the u.s. border has gotten both the media and politicians talking and spinning away care of it was care about the caravans an invasion dangers to the country those telling you . that the biggest threat to america is some of the published refugee democrats want to totally open the borders say have the caravan one of the caravan is mostly made up of people from three central american countries wonderous guatemala and el salvador also known as the northern triangle and it's fair to say that region is not in the best of shape what a mall in neighboring el salvador and honduras are three of the most violent countries in the world or capital of the world there is nearly one homicide every thirteen hours a woman is murdered in this country and while both the left and the right in america are using the caravan as a rallying point the history which led to the situation seems all but ignored the
central american problem you do directly have the security and the will being on their own. to date could recognize the caribbean and central america is vital to our interest shouldn't we president ronald reagan famously took a no holds barred approach to central america under reagan's administration the us aided the staging of a coup in guatemala and spent years propping up those who carried it out despite legitimate accusations of human rights abuses much the same can be said for el salvador where billions of u.s. dollars was poured into a government that was slaughtering its citizens meanwhile as the u.s. worked to overthrow a government in a neighboring country was flooded with u.s. soldiers aid in arms and joint bases greatly strengthening the militarization of hunger and society the nineteen eighties were the us this was you know so. on the wall used the us so ordered brutal dictatorships that surprised us
mostly hasn't it. of the country and it really has destroyed the ability of people to make their revenge and across her since the one nine hundred eighty central american migration has skyrocketed and surprisingly and with that comes deportations remember how much trump loves to talk about the infamous m s thirteen criminal gang vile criminal cartel m.-s. thirteen the savages of m.s. thirty m. s. thirteen these are animals and mr dean lives by the motto kill rape. and control well it turns out they were actually made in america refugees from all solved or founded the group in l.a. in the eighty's and a program was set up to kick the members out and send them back home and there were corruption and instability was a bound the gang flourished and terrorize the local population the irony is it's claiming that you know drug traders are being exported to the us and back to the
next or to the central american drug cartels that actually began in los angeles into el salvador and had room to do that again because of the instability the u.s. was greatly responsible for there now the u.s. has i warn history of interfering in foreign country's affairs and in this instance it seems the consequences are finally coming home the u.s. has been involved in a very. very disastrous way the by the us set in motion. has never stopped it's just taking a different form it's really victimizer us blaming the victims. for their own life but the u.s. has a huge role in that and has a lot of blame that it has to really open up to. hungry locks and groups all popular destinations for migrants will start testing computerized lie
detectors at their borders this month the artificial intelligence driven machines are funded by the e.u. and it's hoped will help to boost european border controls one of the researchers behind the technology explains how would. this political apple ask a savings of questions typical to what you would see when you cross borders the your my real border gaps for. my son and his car. so we're not looking at things like smiling or frowning looking at very small movements such as and i mean if you left all right travelers will be quick. by a virtual border guard of the same ethnicity and gender speaking their language special software will scan his or her face for micro expressions people deemed to be lying by the system will be subjected to further checks such as fingerprinting travelers are still considered suspicious will be referred to human border guards now during initial tests volunteers were asked to intentionally lie or tell the
truth the machines were about seventy six percent successful in detecting who was doing what and while those behind the project so it will help to boost border security others fear it's all of it all well. i think they are can offer. facilities at me and humans at the border can. for example the border control system can do very fast rule tom i'm latika on what to call micro for a facial a guest use that a human might overlook not be able to see what we know which is not accurate because twenty four percent of cases the computer is wrong i think that's too high or rate needs to be improved there are possibilities that this problems in regards to language in regards nationality the color of people skins some people might have a bias to discriminate against asian people black people or white people whatever they are system in principle the least should be able to. come to
a decision that for a year of overt bias what it looks good on paper may not good in terms of the sales pitch but in reality artificial intelligence doesn't you know provide a safeguards in place to make sure that there is no discrimination you conflating two things come to me to the wrong conclusion the border control is not used autonomous for these not making on its own we can give what the i system things is a risk but it will then be of to the human border. to decide how to proceed those leads border control has to be based on equality. you know against discrimination and racism and xenophobia against refugees is on the rise you know if you design a system to to deliver that prejudiced point of view which is that you are against refugees i need you want to stop refugees from crossing the border then you can design
a system to meet your policy needs. since donald trump announced at the end of october that the u.s. was pulling out of a cornerstone nuclear treaty dating back to the cold war that of the i.m.f. the world's been trying to come to grips with what it will mean for global security cesar sophie shevardnadze got the thoughts of steven cohen contributing editor at the nation magazine it's a quick preview here if we're looking for a bright spot and it's desperation on my part maybe we're trump has done withdrawing from this really important treaty that protected all of us will arrive in the united states a remembrance and a reef faking about the danger of nuclear war question is will this new step by trump to leave a treaty that protected europe it did protect europe in the absence of these missiles these weapons will this now further push europe. away
from washington and continue its drift politically i mean. this is very important as well. and you can watch the interview just a bit later for now washington's trade war with beijing could be relenting donald trump says he's poised to strike a deal after speaking on the phone with his chinese counterpart this could be sealed late this month at the g. twenty summit but so far the presidency has been characterized not necessarily by deal making but rather by deal breaking as explains trump's magnum opus is a best selling book called the art of the deal trumps reputation for many years it was based on his ability to make agreements in a slick and effective manner to make great deals with but we will once i become
president the united states will withdraw from the iran nuclear deal people get together they make ronald reagan did russia has violated the agreement so we're going to terminate agree but we're going to pull out. and that's what the country needs is that the united states will withdraw. from the parents climate of court but is trump a dealmaker or a deal breaker he's not exactly living up to his longstanding reputation take the iran nuclear agreement not only has the united states pulled out but washington is actually reimposing the sanctions that were lifted in two thousand and fifteen and allies of america are not ready to play ball and we decided to continue the work in terms of court in a think the european union measures and mechanisms we are putting in place to say to protect the economic investments of the european businesses that have digital mentally invested and engaged in it and just
a week earlier donald trump pulled out of the one nine hundred eighty seven intermediate range nuclear forces agreement now this is a historic deal made by mikhail gorbachev and donald trump's hero ronald reagan now trump says that pulling out of the treaty will actually make the world safer but less russia comes to us or china comes to us and they all come to is that they say let's really get smart and let's none of us develop those weapons short range nukes will soon be rolling off the production line but the reality is that neither short or intermediate range nuclear missiles could actually reach the usa from russia breaking the deal is not a threat to america it's a threat to europe and asia and allies of the united states know that very well. we regret that withdrawal announced by the u.s. we see this treaty as very important ohm's control instrument and something that also serves european interests and therefore also german interests. trump is also pulled out of the paris climate accord now that's a move that no other country in the world ally or opponent of the united states
supported even a cron who's tried really hard to be donald trump the best cow couldn't approve the move i do respect his decision but i do think. it is an excellent. both holds the us and for our planet yes trump withdrew but there is a catch the actual language of the agreement doesn't allow the united states to pull out until november fourth twenty twenty and that coincidentally happens to be the day after the vote on donald trump's reelection as president of the united states so unless donald trump gets four more years he's pretty powerless when it comes to carbon emissions it's getting harder and harder to take this u.s. president more seriously when we talk about i mean this is the price we pay isn't it when we. are in a reality t.v. star you know where there's a certain obsession of narcissism and his logic behind putting out of international agreements is to give himself more leverage and more power at
a later date and. actually take more of the media coverage but i think it's also part of his personality which is you know he's very most cruel he's he's capricious he likes to do things at the last moment he doesn't have much respect for international institutions and organizations but i think he's actually learning the hard way that even when you go ahead and you have those one one talks then when you walk away you still have to get your people to come together with the with your opponent to go through the long diplomatic process must understand doesn't understand anything at all about international diplomacy he doesn't really understand diplomacy at all as they say it takes two to tango and donald trump is very good at making the first move when it comes to terminating agreements but it seems pretty clear that the rest of the world isn't dancing to the same tune up and r.t. new york. facebook has again had to apologize after enabling advertisers to
target supporters over a white genocide conspiracy theory of the same theory that's believed to have motivated the pittsburgh synagogue attack. this targets in motion has been removed and we've taken down these are it's it's against our advertising principles and never should have been in our system to begin with we deeply apologize for this era the white genocide conspiracy theory category was generated through a mix of automated inhuman reviews reading the needed interests ultimately proved by people we are ultimately responsible for the segments who make very little in our systems this conspiracy theory and question the claims that outside forces want to liquidate the white race from the world and the intercept news side says over one hundred fifty thousand users were targeted with ads that were all approved by facebook it's not the first such case last year another investigation found that anti semitic facebook users have been targeted by the social media platform
approved promoted posts within fifteen minutes facebook removed them off to being made aware of what had happened internet law expert cohen things that social media helps to promote extreme views. facebook is providing a lot for hate speech but then what it also does it also able to collect information about who are these speedball where do they leave who are they frames what is the political affiliation it might be the case that it might well be well and they said look we'll be providing the authorities we need use of those all those people so it's so you know way his book is ruining it a safe haven for people with extreme views but actually serves the state by doing that the other way to look at it is to say well as long as these people are not doing anything illegal then then he's absolutely ok for them to say whatever they
want to say i think. so long as the speech is not breaching any laws of the country then facebook will certainly continue to encourage it for one reason or another. or one recently announced a gender balanced company with women now making up to a while fifty percent of it about sinatra selected elsewhere in society though with for example only thirty six percent over one hundred university graduates being female documentary spoke to both women in power and those in menial jobs to find out whether rwandan gender equality is simply the myth of a done deal and the new film will air on november the seventh here's a short preview.
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in kiev in recent days it might dawn independence square has turned into a full scale war zone. will clancy's in ukraine's capital kiev. absolutely no you shall start it all work. hard for our good buddy who would then. do. now on the brink of a civil war at least seventy dead so far and the death toll rising it you can allude you. a new. woman you. thought we saw here today was a rare.