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so you have no doubt that we are in the constitutional crisis each is a crisis of unprecedented levels the british prime minister's deal rejected no deal bricks it rejected and no clear way out with the clock ticking the u.k. parliament tears a tear up over how to overcome the bricks at impasse. also this hour the cia is behind a mysterious attack on the north korean embassy in spain that's according to local media. and with islamic state fighting to hold onto its last stronghold in syria we speak to the red cross on how people are coping with the consequences
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of their conflict. this is our to international bring you here live news update from our studio here in moscow welcome to the program. the fate of brics it appears to be in limbo the british parliament has rejected leaving the e.u. without a deal one day after turning down prime minister teresa mayes divorce agreement the speaker of the house of commons has announced that before this main vote m.p.'s will also cast their ballots on four amendments one of these amendments will give lawmakers a voice and whether or not to hold a second referendum these debates come a day after the british parliament rejected leaving the e.u. without a deal and with the brics that clock ticking tensions in the house of commons flared as play book explains. i think you'd be hard pressed to find anyone arguing
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that theories amazed in control of the braggs it process anymore after she failed to push through tweaked a deal through parliament a second time on tuesday it triggered a sequence of parliamentary vote the first of which was yesterday when politicians were able finally to agree on at least one thing and that's that they don't want no deal bragg's it to reason may said that she doesn't want a no deal breakers it either but at the end of that vote yesterday she came out and said that according to the law the u.k. might still get a new deal gregg's it was beleaguered for which the u.k. do you look for remains that the u.k. will leave without you do you. are not. unless something else is agree. the onus is now on every one of us in this house to find out what notice you can hear the frustration of the politicians that.
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situation they've all just voted to exclude the option of a new deal bragg's it and yet the prime minister comes straight out off the back of that vote and says well it's still very much a possibility so following on from that vote last night politicians face another decision in parliament today they're debating on whether to extend article fifty in other words they're debating on whether to delay bragg's it all together so if parliament approved this delay it's expected that to resume a will have to go back to brussels once again and ask for an extension to article fifty there's speculation now over how long that extension might be to resume in the past has said it would have to be short and necessary purely technical whereas increasing e.u. officials are coming out and arguing for. extension take a listen to what the council president had to say during my consultations ahead of
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the european council i will appeal to the e.u. twenty seven to be open to a long extension if the u.k. finds it necessary to rethink its brags its strategy and build consensus around it and there is arguing for to reason may's deal with saying well look if you lost friends allay you don't know what brussels response is going to be you had that sort of a fed up e.u. already setting preconditions potentially for any of the u.k.'s requests so no easy options have to anyone it's a whole series of maze clinging to this hope that all the chaos that we're seeing now in this prospect of no deal the prospect of brussels wanting a longer delay might just to force politicians have to finally approve withdrawal deal. breaks it killed the. spanish investigators have reportedly
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linked the cia to last month's mysterious attack on the north korean embassy in madrid the incident occurred in late february a group of ten mouse people stormed mission in spain they were streaming and gagged members of staff and reportedly put bags on their heads one woman succeeded in escaping from it window on the second floor while the attackers got away it was stolen computers and mobile phones it's also been suggested that the former north korean ambassador to spain was the real target of the raid he served in the post for years but in two thousand and seventeen was expelled by madrid following north korean nuclear tests he also played a key role in organizing the recent summit between kim jong un and donald trump and who noyo. madrid based journalist martin roberts has more. spain's newspaper of record del paice suggested that the u.s.
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central intelligence agency may have been behind a recent attack on the north korean embassy here in madrid which you can see behind me el peise say that police investigators and also investigators from the security services have managed to identify at least two of the ten presumed assailants and say that they have connections to the cia they are also but the cia have denied responsibility but they are that those denials were and i quote not very convincing now if these attacks are confirmed they're currently under investigation by the high court. but the responsibility of the cia is confirmed to not care to have devastating implications for diplomatic relationships between the two countries are not least because of international conventions covering the inviolability of diplomatically geishas. the spanish foreign minister has stated he will not comment on an ongoing investigation but we've asked both the north korean embassy and
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spain's interior ministry for reaction let's discuss this with former greek diplomat me and my description socialist welcome to the program many think the attack was deliberately done in such a way that people would suspect the cia is that fist feasible. i think it was done. by the cia by the cia basically because we must also go on and back to the past to two thousand and five when the cia made a rendition into the of the. middle and he was taken to egypt and the. justice issue of the event restored for put it to a politically cia agents and that this was that was transmitted to the united states government but something was done. the reason that i think that that was
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done by by the cia was i personally believe that some circles within the cia wanted to. to prevent the summit the president and president team from happening in. that the schedule of them is twenty eight so temporary and that perhaps they thought that by attacking the north korean embassy that north dakota here would work down so the meeting but they did not. you're talking about the meeting between cam jong un and donald trump yes they are having ongoing talks so could this attack the rail those ongoing talks and might be that be the plan though i think that the plan was to do detail at the summit at a place of the plane being because this attack took place on the twenty second. and how they're going to states. as we see it now doesn't get any more about
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international agreements about justice at settlement and. and basically the rest of the world is nothing anything about it i think they're taking sanctions against everybody so i think it it's about time that other countries start taking sanctions against the united states in order perhaps you were sent to have a more consistent civilized behavior otherwise it's becoming exacting like a rock said it is but then the humanity. so in terms of diplomatic relations how serious it is it when a foreign country secret services carry out such shocking operations on soil on foreign soil. it is very serious but fortunately this has become a practice what example you see. you see turkish secret service agents
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just bring. in those from other countries and bring them back to character to be tried for one of these of a. the united nations and also does actually organizations they're not reacting to these kinds of accidents as they should as this is this is this is creating a danger to good mind if the result that any country can intervene into a lot of other countries and get away with it on that list with their national community reacts in a strong way this unfortunately something. former greek diplomat me and i just chris some thoughtless thank you so much for joining us on the program today. then . the fight against islamic states last remaining pockets of resistance in syria is entering its final moments that's according to kurds they launched a massive military offensive a few days ago with the help of u.s.
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air cover. throughout the bloody conflict in the country millions of syrians have been forced to flee their homes with many ending up in refugee camps inside and outside of syria but the conditions there are dire which many in desperate need of basics things like food water and medicine to discuss this further i'm now enjoying life by paula fitzgerald a representative of the international federation of red cross in syria welcome to the program let's start with the refugee camps in syria numerous reports say living conditions are dire there people are dying from cold and from hunger what
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information do you have on this. well the situation is really very serious and i think the. whole probably the highest focus of the moment sees thousands of people arriving every day and the infrastructure to support them i mean and u.n. and other act in so doing all that they can that the situation at this point do you have any numbers of how many people are now located in refugee camps on syrian territory. well most people. most of the displaced which numbers are over six million people at the moment not living in camp situations but what i do know is that yesterday had seventy two thousand people and. people are continuing to arrive. in the numbers around sixty thousand so they have big numbers
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but most of the displaced people in syria are not really can't situations a living from place to place in the. what's the solution when it comes to those stranded in these camps and people need to be relocated but the country has only just started to rebuild we're going to go. well but the point is the country still in an emergency and we can't forget that we haven't turned the corner i get into recovery. we hope we're moving in that direction but it remains very very serious so when we're talking about six million displaced people inside the country not to mention the refugees living outside of syria. we're talking about big numbers of people in really tough situations for the people living in those camps i would just ask that the decision makers include a humanitarian act is in the conversation so that we all work on. solutions to move
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people. really unpleasant settlements into something more livable and sustainable now of course millions of refugees have fled to neighboring countries and live in camps there as well what's the situation with them. it depends on christ's place but clearly it puts a lot of pressure on the host community we're told you know in lebanon where a quarter of the population the syrian. refugees similar number. of ways three million refugees so it's an incredible pressure on the infrastructure and the conversations we're having here and hearing over these days in brussels is very much around please don't start stop your support for us because the syrian people inside these host nations continue to need and.
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provided you need support to continue to be able to reach these much larger numbers of people in the health and education sector is in particular and what about those who stayed or returned to their destroyed homes in syrian cities are conditions there any better. well i mean in order to these places to be habitable and for people to live in dignity that we need to continue water procreation and basic health services basic services and able people to leave. the reconstruction or the rebuilding of houses clearly they need to be safe and people can be quite. clever in managing that but for these i don't have water if they don't have basic services then than it's not a sign of old and we've seen that that has saying affect people being displaced multiple times sometimes up with again and again so in order for people to stay
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with our back to show you the hard part. they need to be by seek for peace in the services you might want to build. what help would you say that syria needs to get the lives of its citizens back on track. oh a bit of everything i think i people need to feel safe to start where. they need basic services to be able to receive water health senator. education and of course a lot of the food people need to be able to work and make a living so and to repay their homes and search for what they logged back on track it's everything at the moment to there's no simple solutions by any means. and in that vein are there enough foreign volunteers trying to help the shattered country . well for me i work shrew the way called movement and syrian arab
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red crescent is on the ground. a lot of the country with thousands of staff and volunteers with the dialing to support their own community and wittiest to support them to choose the words they know what they need they put people on the ground in the community in a part of the community so to me that that he's the most the same chill saying that we continue to support them to do the incredible work that they doing daily right throughout these really dreadful complete. do you think more could be done mo always always welcome to be done and we hope the international community will continue to be generous and remember that this isn't over this is six million displaced people and huge amounts of people five million. hala fitzgerald representative of the international federation of the red cross in syria thank you
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so much for insight into the story. thank you so much. our team gets up close and personal with the soyuz spacecraft as the gears up to deliver a global crew to the international space station to take you through the launch preparations right after this break. the state of interest rates is coming to your bank account soon it's being done on the wholesale level right now between countries but now it's going to come to your local bank account so instead of getting thirty basis points on your money market fund or on your savings account the bank will get native three percent so that's three percent will be taken out of your account and give it to someone that's a central bank says a systemic claim for. what
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holds it to something to. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be present injury. or some want to be rich. to going to the press this is what before three in the morning to be good. welcome back the u.s. has changed its designation of golan heights a disputed buffer zone between israel and syria from israel occupied to israel controlled in one nine hundred sixty seven israel captured most of the golan heights from syria a move that was not internationally recognized the state department made the change in its annual human rights report this appears to reflect a broader shift among the us establishment with top republican senator lindsey
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graham just a few days ago saying he wants to recognize the territory as israel's now and forever. i've got a simple message i will go back to the united states senate. working with senator cruz i will start an effort to recognize the goalline as part of the state of israel now and forever because to give this to your story. would be a strategic nightmare for the state of israel and who would you give it to this is just the latest u.s. move towards recognition earlier washington voted for the first time against the u.n. resolution which calls for israel to withdraw from the golan heights the move was still passed with one hundred and fifty one votes in favor and just two against political analyst your. feels the u.s. moves are designed to help create a favorable atmosphere for the israeli pm. i don't understand this. move of the administration of the american administration i think it is done to
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help benjamin netanyahu the prime minister in the election. trying to create a good atmosphere for even. to show the support of a president to an attorney oh i think this is an are necessary step that is only aggravating the arabs and causing a necessary tension in the region there would never be peace with syria without these world withdrawing from the golan i think. the crew of last year's failed science rocket launch is poised to make a second attempt i had of left off artist maria finish now had a chance to witness the preparations. was. another recruiting on the international space station thursday night russian spacecraft will take three members of the fifty ninth expedition to orbit doubling the station's population. for two of them russian aleksey and america's nick hague
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this will be their second take they faced it with much dignity then and are full of confidence today because. there were no such incidents the thirty five years ago to your first flight i think even though we didn't make it to the i.r.s. this it was good training for the crews we have here and for us as well i'm going to. come one hundred percent of. the nature of our profession. ninety to ninety five percent of our practicing what to do when things go wrong in my own.
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this is where they were a good thing kept down some five hundred fifty one of those from the long spread by going to live this way to deal with things they've lost on the way to blame the league say of cheating and take the lead ended on harm. given that they have one with a think to feel warm if there isn't a team police took the stand many times more than the force of gravity while on the ground when no one was hurt either you want to make their thing go separate obama going to waltz before they pair we have never mind the powers that were it really isn't politically thing laura to they play a role of power and bring flowers here on the nasdaq sounds that as well as around the globe. is called the emergency system. so states launch comes right off to a successful test flight of america's dragon spacecraft the first commercial clue
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vehicle to ever reach the international space station marking the beginning of a new era of even space flight after. would be a new era of global exploration further exploration of space or the era of competition between russia us and other countries easier competition within itself to just get better and competition is only going to help us get a better program in the future so it's actually a pretty good way to beat the general i don't know that there has ever been a dull time in the history of the international space station program but i do feel like we're especially going into an interesting. history of this station very dynamic and. we're going to be onboard. i don't know about the competition thing but if we look at this topic
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a little light heartedly i'd say the shuttles deliver pretty cool things to the i assess the progress rockets usually take things that don't expire that quickly and with shuttles we just make some calls and in a day's time we get grapes or paper and it all looks pristine with you could take a picture with those goods but for now. the oldest largest and busiest spaceport remains the only gate to a force humans to enter the i assess and things to get done just like sixty years ago when here we go in was getting ready for the first space journey history. even the kind of look at least in the uk it is finally out of the way his symbol manually had it's taking to the long side by a train using the rail line specially designed and built for just this
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purpose action in a horizontal position. is always to vertical position in blade so it will roar here on the ground for the last time and boost the space ship with its international crew into orbit and. that's your news wrap up for this hour banks for tuning in. both of you know what they're. up there and i still think i want to. have a couple because
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a couple of you show me you just got on me. case on. which you know full well for you if i think i'll cut it. off. from. now cannot fish. here for here. i don't want to. look and i just. thank god. thank god. it was.
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max kaiser this is the kaiser report you know you can't taper a ponzi scheme we've been saying that for quite some time more evidence just in let's turn to stacy herbert and get the latest max we've seen the evidence pouring in it looks like despite soaring stock markets in the united states this year at least maybe other places didn't have the same. that they actually cannot taper the ponzi they've been trying to pretend that they can taper only so that they can unwind it we saw that in europe they're announcing more quantitative easing the fed
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in the united states is indicating that they're considering negative rates should anything ever go bad again but you know here's an image that really put the fear of god in me and that is powell yellen and bernanke current fed chair former and then the previous one to her powell sixty minute message to stress fed independence in efforts to support average american yes their policies just so you know and just so you don't come with the pitchforks when the next round of negative rates gowns they're doing this for your own good well you may recall that ben bernanke the while he was the chairman of the federal reserve bank made the comment that yeah we're doing all this quantitative easing now the word they're buying back the bonds that they sell. but we can reverse ourselves in fifteen minutes it's not debt monetization like you might find in some quote banana
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republic where they just buy back all the debt that they sell no no it's quantitative easing because it's temporary what they've said this week and i guess the why all three of these fed chairman.


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