which to do away from. the obvious we did a kind of lunge for the web in one. i never saw any contact with. any kind went back to where they were back here again fifteen feet apart at this point and that's when the. person may blames the parliament for breaks a chaos as the e.u. exit deadline looms the opposition accuses her of pushing the country to the brink of disaster. and these have been unable to agree as a result we will now be on time with
a deal this government is lead the country and themselves into crisis chaos division. facebook apologizes after banning the account of social media chief. discussing treaties and the weaponized space moscow warns against a spiraling into a new arms race in the twenty first century. our broadcast lobbed a reference to his moscow this is r.t. international i'm sean thomas glad to have you with us. all right the u.k. prime minister has admitted that the country will not be able to leave the e.u. with a deal in place by the march twenty ninth deadline in a statement outside ten downing street theresa may blamed parliament for the chaos archies edwards picks up a story. dismay has now addressed the nation and she has confirmed that the new
brecht's it day in her opinion should be june thirtieth she said that her deal was still the best option on the table it's still one that can be negotiated tax m.p.'s for failing to make a decision urging it was high time that they made up their minds and she was pointing fingers of blame on m.p.'s for their inability to push her over the line in parliament two years on m.p.'s have been unable to agree on a way to implement the u.k.'s withdraw. as a result we will now not leave on time with a deal on the twenty ninth of march. this delay is a matter of great personal regret for me so let's take a step back to where this brecht's at saka began this week now it follows a letter sent by to reason made to donald tusk requesting and asking for an official breck extension therefore extending article fifteen now the letter clearly shows that with just nine days to go to west supposedly leaving the european union
that deadline would be nigh on impossible to ratify a deal constructively so now june the thirtieth is what the prime minister really wants and she has made it clear that she doesn't want to be part of anything that would extend further than june the thirtieth now responding to that request donald suggested the request would probably get backing for the rest of the e.u. twenty seven leaders on one condition now that condition is absolutely crucial that being that carries a maze twice rejected deal finally gets backing from across the house in parliament believe the show to extend would be possible. to have the. votes on there was a drop. in the house of commons so if those conditions are not met well grex in that case is still just nine days away now back here in westminster though theresa may has received a new way of backlash for her decision to request
a delay to article fifty in particular for it could norrin the will of the people and ignoring the will of parliament now the opposition leader jeremy corp and he's been quite vocal in his condemnation and has described the prime minister's actions and the state of british politics as a national crisis and the government's actions are in chaos all she's doing is running down the clock after a second street today was just marks one month since the referendum and this government is lead the country. into crisis. chaos and division so now all eyes are on the e.u. and britain in the summit on thursday and friday off this week to try and break the deadlock that has defined the last one thousand days hare in britain of course all that time ago we saw the breck that referendum went by britain chose to leave the european union but all this time later bringing it back into the context of today
with thing no progress raping made nobody really anticipated we'd still be in a deadlock still across the house and the public division is really the word that encapsulates the sentiments across the house international history professor alan scared thinks theresa may is taking a huge gamble by effectively threatening parliament i think super leaves that if you write to the last minute and duke says if the only alternative is no deal then her opponents will collapse but of course many of their opponents in the country don't want to deal there will no deal so the because they're happy for the deal to fail the fact remains that suited to the dreadful deal most people don't like it most people think it's not to debate you didn't trust the public against it once against it except her because this deal is all in brussels and does nothing for the united kingdom. as
a safe the speaker loves the deal to come back if it does come back i think it will sail again then two groups use the sure troops to. go that stage the european union mark just so it will goodbye no deal. facebook has apologized for banning donald trump's social media director believing him to be a bot or to scale market has much. we have an apology from facebook for banning the account of dan scavenger the white house social media director they are confirming that it is indeed outrageous to claim that he was a bot that the account was definitely not a bot account it was a legit account and that he should not have been blocked in order to stop automated bots we count the amount of identical repetitive activity coming from one account in a short period of time such as mentioning people these limits can have the unintended consequence of temporarily preventing real people like bans convener from engaging in such activity but lift in an hour or two which is what happened in this case
we've been in touch with him and have apologized for the inconvenience trump was quick to speak up on social media saying that it was a political move not motivated by alleged bot activity trump spoke up saying facebook google and twitter not to mention the corrupt media are so on the side of the radical left democrats but fear not we will win anyway just like we did before he also attacked the media as he often does when speaking to reporters during his meeting with both the naro use the word collusion very loosely all the time and i will tell you there is collusion with respect to that because something has to be going on and when you get the back scene back office statements made by executives of the various companies and you see the level of. in many cases hatred they have for a certain group of people that happened to be in power that happened to have won the election you say that's really unfair conservative lawmaker devon noone is his at
this point suing twitter saying that it discriminates against conservatives that it hides the message of conservatives and highlights libel and slander against conservatives at this point there is widespread criticism of social media outlets for the fact that they seem to have a huge amount of influence in crafting public opinion. and not only in the united states but around the world and many of the conservatives who are now criticizing social media mine are police they essentially argue that they are abusing that power. censorship concerns are also being debated in australia on tuesday the country's largest telecoms company blocked access to a number of websites that are continuing to display footage of friday's mosque attacks in a new zealand telstra gave a statement explaining the move we have moved to temporarily block a number of websites that continue to host a friday's terrorist attack in christ church when the stand this may cause
inconvenience for some legitimate uses of these sites but these are extraordinary circumstances and they're required an extraordinary response we appreciate that it is necessary to ensure free speech is carefully balanced against protecting the community but with these sites continuing to host disturbing content we feel it is the right thing to do to block them. tech companies and social media platforms are being asked to explain why they allowed videos of the massacre to be shown it's already in australia are also investigating whether a number of national t.v. stations used the footage appropriately and in new zealand itself the three largest internet providers have temporarily suspended access to sites hosting images of the atrocity. where around seventeen minutes the gunman live streamed the massacre on facebook although the company says it worked to remove the footage it could still reportedly be found with relative ease hours after the shootings privacy activist and technology expert bill new says the that effectively policing content is an
unwinnable battle. obviously we have had to have rules in terms of taste and decency and what is or is not offensive but what some people would argue is offensive other people cannot. speech and it's very difficult for regulations to define this for all circumstances and therefore very difficult for some of the hosting providers actually to moderate accurately especially given the volume of it and the difficulty of this moment in time for any form of ai to differentiate in terms of water appears in the video it's very very difficult then of course there's a lot of talk now about encryption more and more content especially of messaging platforms starts to become encrypted you'll be even going to be able to see what any form of moderated position is going to be impossible. russia's foreign minister is warning against the emergence of
a new arms race on an even greater scale than the cold war speaking at a conference in geneva sergey lavrov said he regrets america's willingness to undermine some key treaties on weapons stockpiles in turn washington questioned moscow's intentions in preventing an arms race artie's financial reports russia's foreign minister sergei lavrov i have to say has been very critical and has in fact accused america of destabilizing world security lover of has expressed his dippers concerns frustration and fear is over the current situation in the field of nonproliferation of weapons and global arms control emphasizing that after it's designed to destroy global basic agreements that proved to be doing their job well in guaranteeing world security and protecting international peace are rising and this is a very dangerous tendency and lover of has particularly referred to america's recent withdrawal from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty known as the i
am at treaty signed between moscow and washing. and back in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven warning that the recent developments may turn threats of nuclear warhead into groom reality. what we are now hearing is talk of the possibility of unleashing a limited nuclear war for russia and i hope all the other countries represented here such a prospect is unacceptable however such a scenario could become a reality if we together fail to find a sensible alternative to recent tendencies aimed at undermining the very edifice of arms control treaties should there be a new arms race a lot of countries will rely on their nuclear and missile arsenals as the only guarantee of their national security russia has responded by saying that it will also suspend its obligations under the agreement but speaking of the conference in geneva earlier on wednesday minister lavrov has stressed that it wasn't russia's decision it wasn't russia's initiative russia has simply responded and russia
remains open for the dialogue and is not interested in any way in arms race with their washington but as moscow can see right now washington is not ready for these dollars and this is what minister lavrov has rated rated one more time and he has brought among other things america's recent steps in developing space missile defense program alarm and steps as the lover of believes. the u.s. funds have been earmarked for the establishment of a space missile defense system as well as putting strike capabilities into orbit this is opening pandora's box as minister lavrov has said russia hopes and believes that its western partners colleagues are responsible for global security and at the end of the day the future of the mankind will hear russia's voice and follow the right path. the united states is being accused of possible war crimes in somalia
the rights group amnesty international has released a damning report on civilian deaths in u.s. airstrikes. the civilian death toll we've uncovered in just a handful of strikes suggests the shroud of secrecy surrounding the us rule in somalia is that war is actually a smokescreen for impunity. amnesty says the u.s. military has carried out more than one hundred air strikes in somalia since two thousand and seventeen and that fourteen civilians were killed in five of those strikes washington stepped up its anti terror operations in the country two years ago but u.s. africa command has rejected reports of civilian fatalities u.s. says all its efforts are concentrated on the limit aiding the terrorist group al-shabaab the editor of the pan african newswire told us that the u.s. has failed to justify its military role in somalia. while africa has to justify a. war to bombing the horn of africa nation of somalia this is
escalated since the trumpet ministration has been off in office for the last two years there's absolutely no results so on this other than turning more people in somalia against u.s. policy and of course we've heard for decades now that these bombs are percentage of god it was that they did not harm civilians but we know that that is not the case these are methodologies to test out these new weapons they can just label people as being al qaida or isis and then therefore people should not question how many people have died on the ground but these problems in somalia have been developing for decades and they should be dealt with diplomatically is no military solution to the question of who is going to control somalia. but
a fight over immigration between the e.u. and hungary has now led to the suspension of far right prime minister viktor orban party from the european parliament largest political grouping. feeder's will be suspended with immediate effect and until further notice following today's vote of the members this is pension entails no attendance at any party meeting no voting rights no right to propose candidates for posts. the final straw in the decision was an anti immigration poster campaign launched by orbán and his party billboards into the ad a sinister link between e.u. chief john called younker and a billionaire philanthropist to george soros it was captioned you have the right to know what brussels is preparing for you after a large majority voted to sideline or bonds party from the use center right group the hungary and leader agreed to a voluntary suspension we heard from hungary based political analyst who believes the party suspension could complicate the upcoming european parliamentary elections
. of he can't see any good decision this just ensure is because he does can do it day by day in any meetings e.p.b. however he sees him and doesn't reef. to do and to be easy to eat the parliamentary group probably. couldn't be sort of. decision and off duty. debt or blame it was all in the last ball and that means that during the suspension cornflakes all should tell factions and into future. sky gazers have been treated to a rare occurrence called a super warm moon this is how it looks from when us areason argentina a super moon happens when the earth's natural satellite is at its closest point to
to us and fully visible and the nickname worm comes from a farming traditions due to worms emerging from the soil in march and they. this one happened at the same time as the spring economics so get this now becomes a virtual economic super worm moon. which in here is now a school bus in italy was hijacked and set on fire by its driver on wednesday good news all of the fifty one children on board managed to escape or were rescued the incident happened in the suburbs of milan the driver and a citizen of senegalese origin doused the vehicle in gasoline and set it alight a teacher who was on the bus says the suspect was angry about italy's migrant policy he reportedly shouted stop the deaths in the mediterranean and nobody gets off here alive he has been charged with kidnapping and arson. a forty year war crime sentence given to
a former bosnian serb leader has been extended by a un court. hasn't now been sentenced to life behind bars for his role in the civil wars that gripped the former republic of yugoslavia in the one nine hundred ninety s. five judges upheld the verdict given back in two thousand and sixteen for the massive killing of civilians. argued that there was no actual evidence of him committing the crimes now seventy three years old has been on the run or had been rather on the run for twelve years before he was finally arrested in two thousand and eight he was found guilty on ten counts including overseeing of the siege of sarajevo the appeals court has now confirmed his guilt in what has been described as the worst massacres since world war two including the massacre which left thousands dead in one thousand nine hundred. the bloodiest conflicts in european history since the second world. tensions
between a complex mix of nationalities forming the state. erupted into a civil. includes six republics with different nationalities and religious groups. the communist revolutionary and statesman tito who established the federal republic of yugoslavia managed to suppress nationalism but after his death in the one nine hundred eighty s. relations among the republics quickly deteriorated with each of them seeking their own independence is soon turned ugly old signs. the nine hundred ninety five genocide in tripper needs it is one of the bloodiest pages in yugoslav history the massacre of more than eight thousand muslim both the acts perpetrated by units of the army resulted in that commander ratko being jailed for life by the un special court in november twenty seventh. procedural cities
happened old sites in one thousand nine hundred three sixty nine so been civilians were killed by bosnia and herzegovina army forces in the scale and a massacre to the north the docs church in a cemetery bugs in the ground. over all despite much evidence of war crimes conducted similar tenuously by different forces the cia eventually declared serb militants were responsible for ninety percent of crimes including genocide. tonight and they took goes into action against yugoslavia it is indeed tragic that diplomacy has failed and nato is now intervening in a war in a sovereign country. and eventual nato air campaign conducted a number of operations to undermine the military capability of the ball seems to me . to this day the un special court is still investigating war crime cases from the
conflict. were discussed what crowds such as increased sentence could mean for the balkan a region with historian stefan gosh it. i think that he hopes he'll stay sickly for historical reasons so that there is a trace of him feeling and i think that he's still acting as a politician as the first president of. the hague tribunal was a political court that was set out to to convict the serbs even if you look at the basic statistics more than seventy percent of all people who are indicate were from the search site and sort of more all the political leaders were trials and convicted while the undersides were not their.
president of brazil gyre wilson r.-o. was in washington this week on his first official foreign visit and donald trump was keen to get the relationship off to a solid start. i also know that we're going to have a fantastic working relationship. we have many views that are similar and we certainly feel very very true to each other on trade i think brazil's relationship with the united states because of our friendship is probably better than it's ever been by far. respect whatever the ballots tell us on twenty twenty but i do believe donald trump is going to be reelected foully. of the meeting began on a cheery note with the two leaders exchanging football shirts and displaying their names but twitter was quick to pick up on which president got the real deal when it came to the shirt swap. and.
this is the u.s. national team and so that's an honor to give that to you thank you very much for that. scenario jerry see with paper taped on tate i'm howling. out his post in oracular trump legit jersey and trump gives him. this is humiliating. conversation between two of trump's aides they gave us a brazil jersey for our president but we didn't prepare anything for him what should we do now i know just get me a white short a printer some paper and glue and. it's been twenty years since the harry potter books it took the world by storm and
now the bestselling author is putting a new slant on some of its characters. i can't you can. i can see. their relationship was incredibly intense it was passionate and it was enough relationship i'm less interested in the sexual side though i believe there is a section to mention to this relationship. wow in another great revelation from j.k. rowling. j.k. rowling confirm some cuts in the books abuse ok everywhere except in the book so the movies there were scenes in the movie that look cut for time and had they remained it would have clearly shown temple was gay and i just received an hour from here who should not be. aware of this don't tell me voldemort has retained her
don't phone demote jerry mike. white skin was never specified while the knobs black mine. mine his white face be sticking out from behind a tree. you read that book you know why i hate i agree yeah he's a transgender. and i meet in a wheelchair i have down syndrome once i get the characters i think i don't know all of them. she pokes notes about gay relationships that simply a fact but obviously what she does do is after a few years you know where the ticket sales are down and what they sells the books
with out there what she does is she just comes up. with a few little things to get out into the media and there's a saying look good luck to us you know this is show business and she has a right to do that but i don't think that most people look at our reports of coke and think one of the great works of gay liberation that is ever existed in the well i'm not least because it's intended for children and i don't think that it's appropriate to explore very adult fables when you're dealing with children i mean back with headlines in let's say thirty three minutes watching our two international stay with us. after the previous stage of my career was over everyone wondered what i was going to do next about different clubs on one hand it is logical to signal from fields where everything is familiar on the other i wanted a new challenge and
a fresh perspective i'm used to suppressing and i saw one on t.v. . i'm going to talk about football not the or else i just think i was going to the. by the way ways and such like he. joined me every thursday on the alec simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics school business i'm show business i'll see you then. time after time here we're going underground as u.k. minority government leader theresa may sound on the brink of resignation amid the
continuing wreck that chaos coming out of the show ahead of the one year anniversary of the great march a return to that sort of a six thousand palestinians killed and injured we speak to the palestinian ambassador to the u.k. about allegations of british backed israeli war crimes and is britain just another e.u. member selling out its people's wishes we speak to a greek series be known for being the economic hit men of the new liberalism plus from the headlines why posturing pompei was too scared of war crimes inquiries while comic corp and seems to be gunning for more inquiries of the bloody sunday dollars or more coming up in today's going underground a fast many statistics show so-called christian terrorism supplanting so-called islamic terrorism this after successive attacks from nation states and lone gunmen on muslims and the left all around the world all so-called terrorist attacks last year in the usa were apparently right wing the head of christ church but the response to the new zealand massacre has been puzzling to those familiar with the founding of the former british colony take a recent new zealand t.v.
investigation nearly two hundred years since the worst of the british settler genocides that appears to have suddenly discovered the meanings of kiwi statues and investigation by t.v. theories the nation has uncovered some unpleasant history behind many of new zealand's public statues as him across the reports genocide and racism can be linked to some well known and celebrated colonial figures there's a surprise then there while new zealand has arguably still not come to terms with its white supremacist past the country has been sending its soldiers to support nato actions in predominantly muslim countries afghanistan for instance this was a. originally us. in the uni dies in new zealand first came in here and took. off it doesn't matter we don't any of admissions kiwis have this the sun here and desire to continue to build and build and build new zealanders in iraq today.