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that's what you could. do to increase the virtue of just. one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. crunch time for the british prime minister secure is some assurances from europe ahead of a crucial parliamentary vote. coming up on the program this hour two decades on from the end of the troubles of violent conflict in northern ireland fears return to the irish republican army could be behind a string of threats or the u.k. . u.s. diplomats venice will i give an american official seventy two hours to leave the
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country while the u.s. backed opposition leader why joe gets the authority to declare a state of emergency in the country from venezuela as national assembly where through all coming up. every year churning in from rights around the globe this hour a warm welcome to moscow and to r.t. international my name's human o'neill our top story the british prime minister has agreed several changes to her brags a deal with the president of the european commission to reason me travel to strasburg for last ditch talks with the e.u. ahead of tonight's crucial parliamentary vote on the agreement opposition labor leader jeremy corben called the negotiations a failure on urged the ice of commons to reject may's deal.
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on tuesday night british politicians once again get to vote on some form of withdrawal agreement that the prime minister has negotiated with the european union so what happens next if the government wins the vote the prime minister will have had a lucky escape the u.k. will be leaving the e.u. with a deal on march the twenty ninth but not scenario is looking increasingly unlikely is expected the politicians will reject terry's amazing beleaguered withdrawal agreement just like they did in january tries to the right two hundred into. the nose to the last four hundred and thirty two. in that case they'll be more votes to decide what to do next on wednesday parliament would be whether it would approve leaving the e.u. without a deal that's not likely to be approved by politicians either pretty much the only thing there appears to be
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a majority for in parliament is the option of excluding no deal and the potential calamity it might entailed priority is to stop no deal that would be hugely chaotic because. the law nor do you under any circumstances so by midweek the u.k. is likely to have ruled out to reason may's deal and no deal as well and then politicians would face another vote on whether to extend article fifty in other words delay britain's departure from the e.u. something that until recently to reason may had said wasn't an option with all the tension on march i'm clear that we would extend article fifteen that we will leave the on the twenty ninth of march and a delay is a delay it doesn't address the issue it doesn't resolve the issue to reason mase said that that would be a short and necessary delay just to keep talks going with the e.u. on a potential deal but critics say it would just be. it's also
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a potential cliff edge brags that by another month or so it would be highly dangerous for our country to go cap in hand to the european union at the eleventh hour and beg for an extension it is not an answer to the situation we face the cliff the term people want to use has really been moved all of this would leave the field open and he brags that politicians to advance their parliamentary maneuvers to thwart britain's departure from here at one thing. it's going to be a busy week for politicians a week which could define their brags that process or even ground it to a halt well internationalization professor blunt signs are the general feeling out there he believes mrs may still stuck between a rock and hard place. the prime minister loses the vote by say fifty votes this might allow her to continue to push for a third meaningful vote on a slightly altered deal just before d.-day but this is hopeful thinking by the
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prime minister's office i think the europeans are going to agree to a delay and they have to agree to it we can't do it unilaterally unless there is some substantive reason to do so a general election a new referendum but it can't simply be for theresa may to continue to kick the can down the line week on week day on day. ok let's go live now. this is what's happening right now a debate at the houses of parliament. geoffrey cox there the top lawyer the attorney general he essentially said a little bit earlier that the u.k. cannot leave the box stop without agreement much to the chagrin of bragg's it two years we do know later and choose the m.p.'s will vote on whether to approve new brakes right throughout the day this will be happening lawmakers debating the deal proposing changes and it will end up being a second vote on breaks at about seven pm local time london at the first of course
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was rejected by a large majority bach. we will continue to listen in and bring you anything of note from the houses of parliament in westminster. breaks. twenty years after tensions between the irish republican army british security forces subsided a group calling itself the ira has claimed responsibility for posting explosive devices across. on the city attorney joins me live from london with the details what are authorities making all the claims bring us more. well in uniform following four incidents in london and glasgow last week indeed the ira have reportedly
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claimed responsibility for planting the explosive devices now the iran of course stands for the irish republican army they are a violent paramilitary group that have historically been seeking north arlen's departure from the united kingdom and these four incidents in question several of them happened on march fifth where packages have been found at london's waterloo station which is very central another in the vicinity of heathrow airport and another at london's in the london city airport area and on march say sixth at the university of glasgow another package now to be clear all of those were handled by authorities nobody was injured and the police are now saying they are of course investigating these incidents but they're saying they have seen similarities to previous ira related activity. given the packages received last week
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before similarities to devices sent in the past which ruling to distil groups associated with northern ireland relate to terrorism. one of inquiry. well these claims of responsibility were apparently received by a media outlet in northern ireland using a recognised code word and importantly the police have reiterated this is well those claiming responsibility have indicated that five devices were sent but of course as you see as we have just discussed there were four devices found last week so the public and businesses have been called on to remain village vigilant as police investigate this and they have said that no arrests have been made so far in this very latest from london artie's unless the see a church in the. u.s. diplomats seventy two countries to leave venice will that's according to the
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country's foreign ministry it comes as the political crisis there deepens the national assembly ortheris opposition leader one why do to declare a state of emergency why do himself insist that it's necessary before he can request international aid when all is happening as the country struggles through an ongoing power blackout on humanitarian crisis president maduro sees the power cuts or the results of cyber attacks by the united states adding that his government is working to solve the issue he claims to subba ters were caught trying to damage a hydroelectric dam on monday an investigation is underway meanwhile why do ses i decide help would be appreciated. if this catastrophe needs to be addressed immediately no we cannot turn our heads elsewhere no we cannot abandon our people and you are in the states you have the right to protest you have the right to
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demand you have the right to raise your voice you have the right to protest for your relatives you have the right to go out to the streets and demand our rights it's not true that there is normality in the streets in venezuela. there is not. this is a lot of psychological pressure on the venezuelan people to be dealing with the humanitarian crisis and now the crisis with the electrical grid and on top of that to have the assembly declare a national emergency this is really designed to create more chaos and more here and more division within the venezuelan people their plan of the opposition is to find any way that it can to bring things to a head i think the military remains pretty much consistently on the side of my douro and so this is another attempt to push the military to defect and to deep in the crisis. last reaction on this including from. he's from the
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committee of international solidarity he believes the u.s. is exploiting the humanitarian crisis for its own and. samples equals we think the concept of the humanitarian crisis is the fundamental argument used by us imperialism around the world wherever they develop the plans of intervention and interference to overthrow the national government and violate sovereignty self-determination and independence in order to take control over the strategic resources of countries and we think this part of the plan for the we cannot uphold the concept of humanitarian aid which has been specifically defined by the us in the country like the we're seeing the crisis of the capitalist system which many other countries in the world also face and based on this argument of the humanitarian crisis other countries also want to legitimize their plans for intervention either direct or in direct. there is outrage here in russia
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after a death woman and her two children abruptly taken off her and put into care she's accused by tenants in her share an apartment of being an alcoholic he's incapable of taking care of her children she denies that son claims her neighbors simply want to seize control of the entire apartment there's a lot i might say that. cheney got one yet though. her room in a shared apartment raided by custody officials children gone that's how a single mother of two learned that her kids were taken away from her less has lived her life with the hearing impairment and it is so bad that without a hearing aid she's deaf one day she called a doctor for her daughter but didn't open the door when they showed up she says a broke and she didn't hear her call residents claiming she had passed out after a few too many custody officials took the flatmates word ordinary russians though
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took the side of the mother thousands of vocally outraged by the snap decision to separate alyssa from her children there's an online petition to alyse is shocked by the accusations to be a raging alcoholic as she's being portrayed she has simply no time she says taking care of two children alone moreover her son has a serious medical condition and his life depends on the daily early morning inhalations facilitated by his mother alyssa supporters say if it wasn't for her treatment and care the boy would have died a drunk woman could not do as much as a message did for her children that would be simply impossible activists say alyssa went through complete examinations with an archeologist and they say kyra tryst and they determined she was stable and didn't have a drinking problem the custody service seems to brush off all of the above the law and now here are these children already turned into two lot see in an online
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database for those seeking to adopt and as if taking the children away from the mother wasn't bad enough now they've been taken away from each other they've been placed in two different children homes not it seems as if nobody had thought about what's best for the children when they decided to separate the siblings i list. his mother has submitted an application to foster her grandchildren and has started renovating whole flat to get it up to standards. it's a black person so the way. they're going to die a slow lemon look at the lock. and while the dispute has already been taken to court it doesn't really see the urgency. you know. it's. going to settle this is. it is those workers welcome to. both parties or somebody.
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that's. going to do it for the government. berth in what may be a good. deal it isn't going to be illegal but the jeep ok we're back with more news in ninety seconds they were this.
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but politicians do something to. put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president and she. wanted. to go right to the press this is like the three of them can't be that. interested in the wives. again russia's top diplomat warn the president trumps requests for a half a billion dollars to counter russia's international influence is not tempted by europe foreign minister sergei lavrov statement came out talks with his austrian
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country part told me more earlier. there's definitely some sort of special affection that the austrian foreign minister has for this country she has told us that she's impressed by how many people read books on the russian metro but definitely how much she's keen to be friends with russia isn't only about her cultural affection or about the fact. that vladimir putin was a guest at her wedding party or that she likes to share a cigarette with the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov carrying a nice little believes that if because of geopolitics russia and western countries may find themselves on different sides of the diplomatic barricades that doesn't mean that the most senior officials shouldn't talk you shouldn't be frank about their issues shouldn't meet face to face she believes that isolation and boycotts
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aren't the way to go. that is. diplomacy for me is discussing issues on equal terms and grasping the natural sometimes to a clear polite conversation is what we need it's crucial to talk i've noticed an alarming trend we're losing the art of conversation we've ended up in the state of no conversation it's only through dialogue that you can cross the hold on as we say in german that is discussed difficult topics. i got to ask karen can i saw a question about the collapse of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty initiated by donald trump and his administration she remembered the times when the agreement was struck with great warmth however she felt short of saying she is not a fan of how the agreement is being ruined by the americans as it is seen here although she did say that without this great example of successful diplomacy today
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the world one of been a miserable place i also asked surrogate about donald trump's congress request for half a billion u.s. dollars to save europe from russia's malicious influence. diplomats in that it's obviously not diplomacy who are its modern u.s. diplomacy which is reduced to threats sanctions or to attempts to buy allies in some to american taxpayers to decide how much it reflects their interests and it's also up to the countries who are recipients of the generous help. by the way i don't know how the countries would like the initiative that someone wants to buy them a lot of warmth plenty of smiles inside the building behind my shoulder and also loads of plans to do many things together in the near future that's something we don't often hear or see when western diplomats come to moscow but today it was
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exactly like that. the united states is refusing to force airlines to grow on their boeing seven three seven mux eight planes in the wake of sunday's deadly crash the second involving the model in the last sunday's ethiopian airlines accident follows the indonesian lion or disaster in october which also led to the deaths of all those on board are carriers in ethiopia brazil morocco indonesia south africa the cayman islands. all the remarks say it's singapore has bomb the crap from using its our space while china which has one of the world's largest fleet ses the planes will not be allowed to fly until all security concerns being resolved. the civil aviation authority will contact the us federal aviation administration and boeing company to notify the shipping airlines to resume the commercial operation of the boeing seven three seven eight aircraft after
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confirming the relevant measures to effectively ensure flight safety. well this weekend saw one hundred forty nine passengers and eight crew die when their plane crashed shortly after takeoff from in ethiopia people from thirty five different nationalities were on board including twenty one employees on the united nations the pilot had reportedly been given permission to land after sending a distress call well the plane's voice and data recorders have been recovered but it may take months to extract any kind of information from them it is the second time as we say in months that. cross that line or flight came down off the coast of indonesia in october killing all one hundred eighty nine people on board well let's say get some reaction and insights on this from independent aviation
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consultant jerry so yeah gerri good to have you on the program. will the u.s. demands make the mox eight and the safe they are hoping. well. they have to come up with a fix anyway sooner or later we know from the accident that guess the asco it was caused from the system for from one of the system proponents but we haven't seen that fix been released yet then we're hoping for it to come out next month but then this question. there was a lot being talked about this new marks a new in the terms of those only road i had a number of years ago it was going to be quiet sure it was going to be. just much more efficient really leading to cheaper flights that was the hope is there anything to be said that it is really new this plane model could have played a role in these number of accidents do you think. well deal or no
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deal in this news as significant is the engines and. it is that it is the engines that these calls it and problems that it's related to the lion air accident which because of the position of the because the engine has to be larger they can't be put in the same position so they have the more forward and a bit higher in relation to the wing and that's causing the military issues when the airplane is a very very low speed or at about this lift in a stall as a speaker and they have to have this new system called the m. cas which efficiently pushes the nose down for the cover but apart from that no there is nothing really new about this aircraft is just the latest iteration of the seven the long line of some two seven's jury who is responsible for maintaining the plane is it local authorities will if an engine needs to be altered in some way or whatever happens does that go out to boeing under they play
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a bigger part in this. for ended me perform engine maintenance they have to it can be done in the house so it can be sent through to a proof workshop so it doesn't have to go to bowing before modifications yes they have to have permissions from the manufacture. of course being drawn with a line or a fly crush in october that was also the marks eight model going down shortly after takeoff are you aware of any other parra welds with these two deadly accidents. the. for the aircraft to return and they were given permission to return shortly after takeoff and we're hearing from a ship that we still need to do to get confirmation that gerry circular just
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interrupt you could you maybe just repeat what you said we just lost you there and again there were quite interesting to hear what you had to say. ok saying can you just repeat what you were saying we lost connection because it is an interesting answer can you just repeat that last. year the the similarities was that both the both flights the crew asked for. permission to return and they were both given the permission and then there's one more thing that we will still with the confirmation is that they claim to be having the same or similar problems with is unreliable air speed. the other thing is from what we call it from the flight tracking websites the behavior there are similarities in the behavior but of course there are differences within so it's a bit early to conclude it's the same but of course everyone you know it begs the question how similar is it that all the analysts around the world. in the data say
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this could be the same but. live. you know we just having a little bit of problem with our connection there with jerry we will leave it for now i very interesting that you get the thoughts of independent aviation consultant jerry so yacht live proof. right is or lot for nine but some great programs coming up including hundred much are the companies who produce plastic doing to ensure oceans aren't filled up with it or documentary plus the surgery but what's with the big issue and it's next. country has gone into a nihilistic fever. i think we've got to hit the road and get out the traveling
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a way out of fear for their father for a while i feel as if the united is. the film begins in hawaii in the middle of the pacific ocean in spite of the island's remote location it is also foreman that in to the epidemic of the twentieth century plastic. plastic pollution is littering beaches and endangering certain species of animals no matter how remote or out of reach the families.
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in this new bar a tree in the north of the occupied ago scientists study marine animals. not plastic at least in theory. no idea what that is. but it's certainly plastic. and jessica perelman is a biologist accustomed to finding plastic in fish stomachs she has started a very unique connection. casually often plastic bags and this was all coiled up in the stomach when i found it had no idea what it wasn't all that it just. or did you react when you find this installment i was shocked i started you know documenting it measuring it taking photos showing whoever else was around in the lab and we were kind of. we were just you know a shock to think that that these fish are are really ingesting this i mean. to how
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