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kelly here is because that's what murder victims' families what that's going to give them peace that's going to give them justice and we come in and say. not quite you know we've been through this this isn't the way. the u.k. prime minister says hebraic said the knocks a bright future off to lead to spoke to endorse the deal to resume a faces an uphill battle to get a hostile parliament on his side. in the stories that shapes the week violence spills on to the streets of france as tear gas and more say can and they used against yellow vests protesters could be
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making a stand over petrol prices. not a bit of difficulty opening my eyes right now not because we've just been in the midst of all of this tear gas. flying high for twenty years the international space station celebrates two decades of pioneering research we go behind the scenes and take a look at its amazing achievements. you. know you're watching the weekly on r.t. international the roundup of the global news that shaped the week. eight leaders have agreed to sit withdrawal deal with british prime minister to resign may the agreements will now have to go through the british parliament where it faces an uphill struggle to get approval m.p.'s as well as the nation as
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a whole remain deeply divided on the issue may says she's still optimistic the british people will get behind to deal. the deal we have agreed today a lot of bright future for the u.k. m.p.'s will vote on this deal it will be one of the most significant votes that parliament has held for many years and it will depend whether we move forward to get into a brighter future or open the door to get more divisions and uncertainty this is certainly seen as something that could be described as the calm before the storm because despite the fact that theresa may and her e.u. counterparts got together in brussels to put a massive check mark on these last two years of torturous negotiations certainly the most difficult part now it seems only lies ahead because despite the fact that european union and doris the agreement that was reached between the u.k. and the rest of the e.u. now this document is going to have to travel to the house of commons here in
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westminster and this is where the battle has been raging on about whether or not this is something that could be acceptable for the u.k. and today we heard in brussels the european commission president try to convince m.p.'s that they should support this deal and that really it's the only deal possible. to work if i just give you the house of commons. decision from should wish this is to. just a boost to push a button for europe. only. within the house of commons passions have been flying very very high as m.p.'s have debated this question does the prime minister's still intend to board of false choice to paul newman between him her a botched jail or no jail you will not delivering the breaks to people who voted for the prime minister comes before us today trying to sell us
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a deal that is already dead in the water the reason why the people of this country are so fed up these. because they've been made so many promises none of which are being delivered to them because they homes to be delivered to them well it certainly looks looks like the balance of opinion on this issue is not tipping into recent days fever at this point and of course we have to keep in mind that for weeks on and the issue of a possible vote of no confidence has been raised here is westminster and thrown around so that continues to be a possibility with many within the conservative party insisting that this is not the best deal that could be put forward we also know of course that prominent political figures here in westminster have resigned and left their positions. in defiance of the way to recently has been handling bracks it and of course of the public has been eating a lot of reassurance we know that theresa may has published an open letter pleading
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with the british people to support her and back on this deal but whether or not that is in fact the case is the big question still people here wondering whether if a don't vote for this particular deal that's been being offered to them if no deal perhaps that could happen if theresa may could be pushed out the door still whether or not there could be another election and really whether all of this could yet again and up at square one. believes to rescind may face an impossible task of getting a deal passed. i'm afraid when this comeback comes back to the commons i think she's got a very old bill should go i mean we know today from ali and foster from the new you say they're not going to back it so that's a tense vote i think trees are main power at the moment i thought as women generally call one today has said labor will not vote for it we tories both direction remain as well and i think the commons will reject it i think should have no choice then but to resign if she doesn't resign of course there'll be
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a vote of no confidence. has to be almost agreed with tony blair today not about having another us friend but he made the point that this isn't the brights that we've voted for no matter which side you're on that's so true janelle she's got any possible just she's going to fail in my opinion. france has been hit by a week of furious demonstrations against hikes in phil prices led by protestors wearing bright yellow safety vests around eighty thousand demonstrators vented their anger on saturday nationwide with violence flaring up in paris take ass water cannon and fires created chaos for the week charlotte bensky has been travelling across the country including to the capital where she was quarter in the clashes. because as you can see behind me there are a group of around
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a hundred yellow vests wearers these are trying to blockade roads around about slike this is one of the main arteries that would go from blue on all the way to paris and what they saying is that president might call has said lots of things he said he's going to come into power he's going to make reforms he's going to change the french economy for the better but the people here say there is noone magic formula and so for corn hasn't brought in a magic formula it's not about politics we're all equal and we're all here against the french government is clear to everybody this is mccrum became president prices have increased food fuel it's all gone up we don't want them anymore i want to change the system. it's getting a little rowdy no as you can see the yellow vests protesters have taken over this section of the roads and they are now completely in control of it and trying to stop the traffic. that's right
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a street to the entrance of the earlies a parent's eyes you can see take gas has been fired by the police that's as the protesters were trying to enter into that street to get closer it seriously ellie's a perilous. was. having a bit of difficulty opening my eyes right now and that's because we've just been in the midst of all of this tear gas as you can see a threat is really hard to open them and at the moment they are just a burning uncontrollably.
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the police are coming we're having to move not because we're all being pushed up the street seems that you've gotten to the protest is it really is absolutely crazy here on the streets of paris. this is a road just off the arc de triomphe and as you can see here we've got some of the stooges they've become infamous in paris of late they're burning here this is one of the barricades are being put in place. it just seems that people now all pugh really angry at this situation and the fact that the president is still refused to meet them to discuss the problems in this country hundred thirty protesters were detained across the country on saturday forty two of them in paris some thirty people were injured on tuesday french president among whom are calling this expected to address the issues raised in the protests and he strongly condemned the violence.
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thanks to our lord forces for their courage and professionalism shame on those who attacked them shame on those who have abused of the citizens and journalists shame on those who try to intimidate elected officials there is no room for this violence in the republic. russia's malign influence reaches even as far as children's entertainment at least to some western media are to be believed they kid is a russian cartoon series which has been a hit around the world of being designed to sway young minds jacqueline vega picks up the story. and that little sweetheart was matia from the cartoon in the bear originally russian the series has been translated into dozens of languages and won the hearts of millions across the globe but it turns out there may be a sinister side to the enduring little girl and her protective pet decent trying to
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. see now what russia has forgotten to mention there is that some cartoons are in fact evil putin propaganda yep according to a times u.k. article moshe is just another putin pop it is funny steep. but also a plucky she punches a bunch of weight is no fun fish to see. but it seemed to be particularly worried about one scene and a single episode or moshe's seen wearing a soviet border guards hat. apparently that's meant to be a statement on russia's defense of its borders but even if we say that's true what kind of kid would pick up on that but hey it's best start when they're young right
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the studio behind this propaganda masterpiece of course denies being influenced by the kremlin's hand saying they received no state funding but we did a bit of digging and found some ominous signs you simply can't ignore here comes the kremlin for all of two seconds that could easily be interpreted as a soviet red star the skies as an innocent christmas decoration and you may not realize it but the weird hat that must have got on here is a traditional russian hat now i know those examples aren't so much propaganda as they are just random russian things but that's all we could try but we're not it turns out the bear itself is a representation of russia as a whole you see bear you think russia right as you. it's a fact it's a struggle for the minds part of a hybrid explosion in which a negative image of russia is replaced by a positive oh about a horror of the horror now you know what your children are being exposed to and can protect them accordingly. the bear are not coming. and that
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is hybrid. british. and american. is. very cute they don't seem to be particularly. i really really do want to read about how masha used to his property. i can confirm that i watched two episodes there when i was nine and i suddenly became a quitter he speaks russian. a major milestone for the international space station twentieth since russia launched the famous module of the orbiting science lab the current crew on board had this message. you don't usually. need.
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more than two hundred people from eighteen countries have visited the space station over the years it's become an example of close international cooperation not least a beacon of warming relations between two bits a cold war rivals look at how the russian u.s. friendship develops to the moon and back. so you would ski american ski just enough to get the. shots you let it beat you to . structure your yes. you move out of.
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the mission or if you need the roof supported think of i think population growth better or for more real. difference if this was to her girl all these years i could sit there all that's enough for you all for a brother but. they were cutting new ground they said well gosh let's see if we can build a bigger space station and what can we do what are the problems that might come up and what you learn. some more money interesting and doesn't just give you more in them some listen it was forceful for a meeting if she were me i'd. choose
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the media to see me in the festival to look at the scenes of the elite security and similar. if it's making not always me probably. it was. the other year he's actually had the other week or the fall for the future together. an apparent terrorist chemical attack has been reported in syria's aleppo leaving
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dozens of people injured including children and more on that right after the break . i think that i want to go fast but inside i'm i'm dockside really i think. going down to your backside that you can improve yourself. but it's also a better job but i really believe that. part of that we show our side that it's story and the band. and our coalition our life.
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unless the underlying circumstances that allowed for the emergence of this very very violent violence. i think that we may get the sons and even grandsons of guys at some point in the future it's primarily a political issue in iraq that has taken on military. ramifications. i. welcome back to. moscow says his forces detained three ukrainian navy ships on sunday after they carried out stained chrisman a vis off the coast of crimea answer a few sniff the cuts trace the russian federal security service claims the vessels illegally entered russia's territorial waters. criminal proceedings over the illegal state border crossing had been initiated under the russian criminal code
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it's important to highlight the ukraine is aware of the procedures regulating the navigation navy ships through the territorial waters of the russian federation and the current year nikolic now they have previously followed these procedures for peaceful maneuvering. moscow says that shots were fired storing the detention and that its personnel provided medical assistance to three ukrainian servicemen ukraine's president petro poroshenko has called on his country's parliament to consider declaring a state of war in response to the incident both russia and ukraine have requested an emergency un security council session on of have more details. really geographies here a everything is happening as you've just mentioned right off the coast of the crimean peninsula that is the main factor so what's been happening is the korean naval ships have been going from the black sea see the shortest route is through the courage straight russia considers crimea the crimean peninsula its own
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territory since the twenty fourteen referendum there it also believes that the waters of the carriage strait are russian to ukraine of cause never recognized crimea as part of russia therefore it considers the waters of the courage strait theirs and so ironically perhaps kiev has been citing also the articles of the u.n. charter saying that they do give them the right of passage through those waters contrary to the un convention on the law of the sea and the treaty between ukraine and the russian federation on cooperation on the use of the azoff sea and the coach straight russian border ships carried out today frankly aggressive action against the vessels of the navy of the armed forces of ukraine russia has moved in a civilian tanker over there and the position did right across the strait and so it is physically blockaded nobody can go through in either direction on these three
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ukrainian no warships but also on civilian vessels as well for me u.s. diplomats jim just trist told us that in his fear the ukrainians may have to deliberately try to provoke the russians. according to reports i have seen troops in question did not provide the proper and customary advance notification of their wishing to transfer transmit through this area if that is the case it could be considered a provocation by the ukrainian side if this was an action taken by the ukrainian sided either in relation to the the conflict in the don boss or perhaps because mr poroshenko is trying to enhance is political prospects in the election early next year by provoking higher tensions with russia. dozens of people covered outside the russian embassy in kiev late on sunday protesting against russia's seizing of the ukrainian vessels the demonstrators pens paper ships and thai is in chanted the
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kremlin slogans some of the protesters threw flags at the building. dozens of people including children have been taken to hospital after an apparent chemical attack targeting the syrian city of aleppo that's according to the russian defense ministry these are images of victims receiving medical treatment medics say they had symptoms consistent with chlorine exposure russian chemical experts so working at the scene of its hack. the russian defense ministry says the attack was carried out at nights by an al qaeda linked group in neighboring adlib province it's come on this have denied any involvement though they insist they don't have any chemical weapons despite that syria's foreign ministry is calling on the u.n. to condemn and punish the rebels involved in the assault as well as the countries that back them journalist patrick henningsen told us that he doesn't believe the
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incident will receive much media attention they don't care because the attack is coming from the wrong side as it were if you check the mainstream media coverage globally it's a nonevent and if you also check the so-called opposition media side in syria of course they are saying that well that is it could be a plot by the regime. no surprise there and these so-called rebels have the means the motive and the opportunities to carry out chemical attacks against syrian civilians the narrative is now set up they could do maybe a more elaborate production inside. and then blame the so-called regime for retaliate in like for like you know the words the rebels do around shackle makeshift chemical. in the so-called regime of the russians backing the regime do a big chemical attack
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a syrian or major chlorine attack and this would be filmed in this would be all over c.n.n. and in the mainstream media. donald trump stated more controversy this week over the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi by suggesting his death was the world's fault we should be held accountable. maybe the world should be held accountable because the world is a vicious boys world it's a very very vicious bush white house statement titled standing with saudi arabia claims the whole truth behind khashoggi killing might never be known it tells the to action has already been taken in saudi arabia remains a steadfast partner especially when it comes to countering iran iran's foreign minister javid sorry called trumps words shameful mr trump bizarrely devotes the first paragraph of his shameful statement on saudi atrocities to accusing iran of every sort of malfeasance he can think of perhaps who are also responsible for the california fires because we didn't help break the forests just
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like the fins did saudi officials eventually admitted she was killed in the east on both last month and they claimed a rogue operation riyadh has denied any awareness of the plans killing but has charged eleven officials washington has sanctioned seventeen saudi individuals that alleged role in the killing. trumps insistence saudi arabia is a key partner in fighting iran has sparked an angry reaction from the media with some suggesting the president has caved in to riyadh. however president trump today chose a different path something more along the lines of the world is a very dangerous place and because it is we should let murderers get away with it especially if the murderers are paying us lots of money now we're left to figure out why the president is telling that lie why he's going so far out of this way to cover for the country and specifically the ruler that carried out this killing of a us resident and us journalist question the morality of course are entirely absent
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as they usually are from u.s. government policy as long as those willing to to give big contracts to what trump refers to as all the great american companies that are causing so much havoc around the world i'm sure they're going to continue to kill people this is a this is a terrible thing president troubles doing. us sports a god reportedly used to take asked to repel a group of migrants attempting to cross illegally from mexico into america on sunday they'd managed to evade mexican place who had prevented a larger five hundred strong group from marching towards the border in the day the incidents led to u.s. authorities to close the crossing points temporarily there are currently thousands of migrants on the side and see if this comes near the city of t. one of they arrived earlier this month having fled from violence and poverty in the same countries mexico has said it was a poor as the mike winds that try to breach the border. going up to date with the
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news that shaped the week i'll be back in thirty minutes with more of the week's top stories. join me every first week on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics or business i'm showbusiness i'll see of that. u.s. veterans who come back from war often tell the same stories. were going after the
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people who were killing civilians they were not interested in the wellbeing of their own soldiers either they're already several generations of them so i just got this memo from the circulating branches off that says we're going to attack and destroy the government and seven countries in five years americans pay for the wars with their money others with their lives if we were willing to go into harm's way and willing to risk being killed for a war then surely we can risk some discomfort for an easiness for. what they say. three days. a. week they're not that final say. in new. england. has nothing to do with this.
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at the time a local television reporter from detroit is following the case closely bill proctor is well aware of the methods used by local police to close certain cases as quickly as possible. way. they did this all the time. they had people make statements whether in writing or they did the writing they had some buddies and with the suggestion that hears this and you can go home i've heard that doesn't. sound dozens of them and it wouldn't surprise me at all the three real number doesn't run into the hundreds or thousands
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because the same cadre of bad detectives that probably were two dozen of them were in place for over thirty five years. the marks on her. medication. with no evidence or witness statements against him on the seventh of march one thousand nine hundred ninety seven lamar monson is sentenced to fifty years of criminal imprisonment for the murder of christina brown. only one element was used against him the confession that he signed. it and believe that this is going to be. off ish and that i would not want to be in prison on my. that's something that i wouldn't wish him off worst enemy just being processed for you to go into a sale.


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