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i'm pleased. the death toll from the collapse in the russian city of magni rises to twenty two with around twenty others still missing. in the next few weeks and the east will have an important decision to make. if polish backs the deal britain controlling the call. british prime minister to resign may appeals for support for her directed plans in her new year's speech urging m.p.h. to vote away and tens of thousands of indian women take part in human change the gender equality course decision to lift a centuries old ban on entering a hindu temple.
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a welcome just gone six pm here in moscow you're watching r.t. international now the number of dead pulled from a collapsed tower block in the russian city of magnitude course has increased again after a twenty second body was found is that a gas explosion is to blame for the collapse our correspondent brings us the latest from the city. the operation is in full swing rescuers have been trying to clear out this heap of rubble all the way into the night nonstop they are still sifting through it right now and yes they are still looking for survivors in fact they are doing everything they can to increase the chances of finding once like on tuesday for example they installed heat cannons aiming them under the debris just to help those who could still be trapped alive there well braved the freezing temperatures it is around minus twenty celsius outside right now but i have to admit the hopes of finding anybody alive now well they are going slimmer and slimmer but after all
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they were already slim on tuesday one one work one if you were group of workers i guess heard a muffled baby cry going from underneath the rubble that was ten month old vanya he spent more than said see our was trapped and made concrete blocks and lift. but if. you use a. group where one of the rescuers heard a child crying we stopped all the machinery to listen in we were saying to keep quiet and the baby was reacting and kept silent we started asking where are you
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then there was a noise to you and we started working there but there was a risk of further collapse we were afraid if the child was crying for help. in fact the worker who saved the life of vinyl. he got the clue of where to find him from his dad the father was at work and when he learnt of the tragedy he rushed back to the place he used to call home and amid the rubble he sported the couch whereas his wife had been sleeping and so he kind of positioned the location of the crib judging by where the couch was and spent more than a day really trying to get here because the whole place is cordoned off and he wasn't allowed to get inside but he eventually sneaked into and he pointed at the
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place where he believed his son was and he was correct a little soul i could have shown him immediately where my son probably was but we weren't allowed at the site i managed to get there and show the rescuers the place i got acquainted with one rescuer who later called me to say that they'd found my son. his wife and mother of the baby was asleep with the eldest son in a neighboring room until the blast quarter asleep with a fellow through concrete and they were among the first who managed to get out alive from this building even before the eventual complete collapse we talked to her to give a new form of. the bullshit discussion but a really intimate is you are. really is the first person from. from this illusion for five years and.
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the story of viner and his family is a dramatic one for sure and the whole city really takes it we talked to many people who haven't even been affected by the tragedy directly and the you all think they all talk about it as of a new year's miracle really but there are others who are being affected indirectly there are those who believe that there could. b. their relatives still trapped underneath there and they hope for a miracle of their own. people she died of reporting there now in britain the prime minister theresa may has used her new year's speech to rally support for her embattled breaks it deal. in the next few weeks these will have an important decision to make if parliament backs the deal britain can turn a corner and if we come together in two thousand and ninety i know we can make a success of what lies ahead and build a country that truly works for every one of us well twenty eighteen was
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a rocky year for the british prime minister to resign may face an uphill battle to get the european union british m.p.'s and her own cabinet to back her divorce deal with little success so taking a look back then at a year not short on breaks it drama is. if credit been eroded ok then twenty seventeen when that was where you're going to try and get a little bit now and then start questioning on the age where twenty eighteen in the pathway you can meet did you take in the bones our new. twists and turns until you feel a little bit better. it
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was the year of a major u.k. battle i've been to a conservative party showdown managed to read it may take it but it's been there. it's hard to believe but at the start of the year things still looked relatively rosy phase one of gregg's it was done and the forty billion pound divorce bill had been agreed to the family and seemingly out was fairly successful a short lived kids to reserve may and had cabinet started playing checkers or is it musical chairs. the reason may unveil hyped his deal. we have come to an agreement with the proposal with the european union which absolutely. people. have country residence the pm total the minister says that if they don't like it they were free to resign and get taxis. down the driveway
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foreign secretary boris johnson for instance secretary david davis stayed loyal to the prime minister until they heard him that is and resign within forty eight hours it is. too late to save. jonas and waited to tell the pm heat quit until just before she had to try to sell the time to check his blab to parliament turning tricks that mr speaker i want to pay tribute to my right to friends i remember. the braggs cabinet exit didn't stop that. final exam better reason may have finally proved true. also on you
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commemorate the event e.u. leaders were forced to come home sunday for. a trip. to the shops. cheering crowds welcoming the prime minister in london on the hated maize deal and the compromise she signed the day before her deal was bound for spectacular failure and after shorting the country ontario minister she wouldn't come so to reason made the parliament treat. our artists in very carefully. we moved down through to the church. with brad pitt hanging by a thread in a politician's into reason maser blatty tried to push her off a political cliff by triggering a no confidence vote people who were you were driven by
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a procedure of the broad over to somebody who is you know this is working through the procedure of over conservative bloggers were brutally cold truths go lucky that the prime minister the plot against her wasn't big enough to bring her down she was also on the view so i think the little girls that are using them like they were belly and crushed down with her panties confidence in her hands back to reason made jetted back to brussels with the aim of negotiating a slightly better deal one that parliament might improve. to with mission impossible and the british media knew it word on the brussels streets until the front pages business showed him to have been crawling timmy's him a little because she moved to the edge of the structure should be moved to the future me. but if things didn't help may's pretty good deal brussels said look if
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you need concession today you know stands for a disagreement in turns to proceed to is it certification it's not open for you to resign may's deal is yet to be approved or rejected by an angry and divided parliament while the end of the ride the break that deadline of march twenty ninth is fast approaching and if we're sticking to the analogy then drag this is a lie that's perilously close to breaking down but for those in need of comic relief there will always be terry's amaze dance a. meanwhile new year revelers in the british capital saw their celebrations turned slightly political because during its traditional fireworks display the london eye appeared to light up in the colors of the flag.
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i'm. i would have been proud to be a union judge with such a divided from the case wouldn't coming together as a country celebrate the start of winter nights he said that a massive cantante used the public purse to friend you as your political master you should be made to pay the back you do not speak for all the people of our capital city of london proud to belong to no but that proud that my taxes are being spent on fireworks to send a supposed message to europeans it's very low to what is an international public events it's a betrayal of democracy and it's what we have come to expect from a very poor mayor of. into the one million citizens who have made our city your home and your londoners you make
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a huge contribution and you're welcome i'm proud to welcome that in twenty nineteen with a message of support to you. in other news two women have made history in india after entering one of the country's holiest indeed temples which have been forbidden to women for centuries it follows months of tensions against the court's decision to overturn the religious ban meanwhile tens of thousands of women have taken part in a human chain in the south of india in support of gender equality so-called women's stretch for over six hundred kilometers so here's a quick look at what the controversy is about. i i. i. i. i but as long
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as the temple is here we have to follow this tradition. i. will ensure that anybody who wants to go to the people will go without any obstruction nor struction will be tolerated i mean. this fashion god says i'm not a devotee i'm just here to do my job just let me go she faces stone and that's when she's forced to return back.
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this is. just going to get up took this talk to the sponsors. i. was. watching out. national still had to write scripts have netflix for pulling material critical of saudi arabia we've got the details on that story because of the stick just after the break. here spanned different fantastic all the episodes drill down into twenty nineteen productions. will be celebrating ten years of the kaiser report. you know world of big. lot and conspiracies it's time to wake up
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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. join me every thursday on the elec simon chill and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. again now human rights watch has lashed out at netflix for scrambling to remove an episode of a comedy show criticizing saudi arabia after the country complained the patriot act
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show slammed the crown prince's role in the death of jamal khashoggi the saudi dissident and washington post columnist was brutally murdered in the kingdom's consulate in turkey three months ago mohammed bin sound man denies responsibility for the killing patriot act host hassan minh had also attacked riyadh's three year bombing of yemen with saudi arabia has been repeatedly accused of violating international law in a campaign that has claimed thousands of civilian lives the un warns that the kingdom is targeting civilians something that riyadh denies yet despite the scale of yemen's humanitarian catastrophe it apparently garners less attention than the murder of one journalist as artie's were aghast explains. the killing of jamal has shot jeep sparked a media firestorm televised coup city by journalists pundits columnists week after month journalists democracy.
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the disappearance of washington post contributor if you want into a building a never came out of the building the murder happened because shogi had died here is building any us response should head on what if murder at the saudi consulate they missed almost overnight the saudi government was made a pariah out cust directly accused of killing of the cruelly one man saudi government denies it's complicit saying it was done by elements and suddenly suddenly everyone remembers the war in yemen congress are beginning to catch on to the nature of this regime likely they are not telling us the truth about what happened. why would we believe them to. intentionally hitting civilians inside yemen this really needs to alter our relationship we need to bring an end to the conflict in yemen make no mistake what's happening in yemen is awful one of the
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worst humanitarian crises currently happening in the world. it could be that the media the bulk of it now realizes how awful things are in yemen or it could be that they using it for different ends president from taking a stunningly dismissive tone about any possible saudi leadership role why he's going so far out this way to cover for the country. specifically the ruler that carried out this killing for president trump it doesn't seem to matter whether the facts support what the saudis say the thing is of course yemen has been a growing graveyard for over three years three long bloodstained years
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and the pundits the politicians by and large have ignored that case in point according to a media watchdog america's m s n b c news channel did one single segment on the war in yemen in the course of a year by comparison and they said b c ed four hundred and fifty five segments on stormy daniels porn actress who claims to have slept with donald trump before he became president four hundred fifty five and one on yemen but now things have changed. changed everything saudi arabia's former supporters are jumping ship i change my mind because i'm pissed at the way the administration has handled. it is just not acceptable interesting isn't it how the death of one man sparked immediate global outrage and indignation the deaths of thousands and thousands
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in yemen saudi arabia's hand drew only murmured concern. right now over the next few days or so we are looking back at some of the stories we brought you in twenty eight. and of course one of the highlights was the world cup here in russia in the thick of it reporting from all the cities sharing the unique atmosphere with millions of fans from across the globe. liz. liz should have been taken over by my friend because belton egypt should have been sitting with the french by the mexican the first is that the
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sunset. that he funds from a good job of helping people to this day sixty six seven. oh i. think oh. oh oh oh. my god. it will be shared so maybe. they will. cut. the book. to go.
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live. to pay for your stuff. i am fine john how he. sells fans are going to win rosie the right is also going to win but both are going to the fraud yellin that. i think it i'm. not his new trap they are now safe in the saddle back again with headlines more stories.
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i mean. going into the movie can you see as nothing that i think. that you're in the form of a media. almost humorous game that was in the mud on those most in the moment it was all going to go my way and the most famous of defense.
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i've been saying the numbers mean they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than our current m.p. you get. eighty five percent of the global wealth you want to the bridge eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and it going rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar a i industrial. but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only number you need to remember in one one business so you can afford to miss the one and only boom bust. same wrong one old rule just told. me the world is yet to shape
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out just because the ticket and engagement equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground. it's hard to imagine decades after the war. was still active rich in the nineteen seventies crittle had as the cheer of a man convicted of mass murder and slavery. the german company developed so the demise of drugs it was promoted as completely safe even during pregnancy. it turned out to have terrible side effects what has happened to my baby anything. he's just. mimics a little mind victims i have to this day received no compensation they never apologized for the suffering that not only want the money i want the revenge.
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hello and welcome to cross talk were all things considered i'm peter lavelle u.s. secretary of state mike pompei always declared multi-lateralism in international affairs a failure what is needed according to him is a new liberal order led by the united states such an order calls into question some important issues does this mean the universal is ation of american law and limited
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sovereignty for the rest of the world. talking pax americana i'm joined by my guest james chatteris in washington is a former u.s. diplomat in former advisor to the u.s. senate republican leadership in new york we have daniel was our he's an author. and freelance journalist who writes frequently about the middle east eastern europe and the us constitution and in madrid we cross two men well lopez norris he is the author of pax americana and he's a university lecturer as well as a contributor at expansion all right jim in cross talk rules and i think that means you can jump in anytime you want and i always appreciate jim let me go to you first in washington iow i thought we already had pax americana that's why i'm calling this program packs of america two point zero because it seems like mr pompei you have some interesting ideas presenting it to the. international diplomats at the
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u.s. marshall fund i thought it was quite interesting their reaction it was clearly quite tepid it was kind of very quiet clapping here it just looks like unilateralism to me and i thought the u.s. created bulteel lateral organizations after the second world war to create a more stable order it seems now get rid of the un the walk away from the paris climate deal which i don't have a problem with the international court of justice. i could go on and on about all these relationships and agreements how does walking away from all of them and more make it safer for the world including the united states go ahead jim well it doesn't make it safer and i think the problem is less unilateral in unilateral isn't per se but this defiance for the rule of law not only internationally but even our own constitution i think mr pompei of speech was a triumph of mr rection that it was especially old neo conservative wine poured
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into it america first rhetorical bottle it so it was woodrow wilson masquerading as pat buchanan i think will he or his speechwriter was trying to give the impression this is what mr trump promised in two thousand and sixteen what he's really giving us is what has been destroying america in the world for the last thirty years where . we get to be the sovereign over the entire planet and tell everybody else to do but we don't we don't actually look out for our own narrow national interests i mean we can send troops illegally to syria but we can't send them to our own border to defend that good point daniel it's this universal is ation of american law because i mean we have this situation with a chinese national that was detained in canada who. the chinese company here as we're sitting down here i read that a former canadian diplomat has been detained in china.


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