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the world. worth is facing an import to the troubles. his mentality a mind this creating. this correct thought iran or russia are facing due to different reasons the whole world is facing. what we are in fact facing a phenomena in which is. this characteristics include. the humanitarian principle negligence all the international. commitments which is. a full repercussion now for the whole world and the more repercussions in the future. anyway if iran or russia do too dependent role playing in the region or yet.
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at the moment. security of the region. for disability is to reach. a confrontation and confronted with. the wrong of them or more facing these the moral sanctions on. americans are created. in our country we have got a long background of such issues and we are facing loss of sanctions from the side of the americans. now in mention several of the. governments as for the american policy have been longstanding leaders have long reference to the united states as the great satan but they stand that devil had many faces and the face was. do you
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think it was a mistake. back in two thousand. correctly. we were not falling pursuing to hama deal with them. because of loss of the crew of the americas against the iranian nation from the before sonic revolution. routing the country in many of the rain is very kill. we did the how many relationships. in the beginning of their evolution. to a terrorist group. came which i. have heard thousands of our authorities and the gov. and they were actually supplying the europeans americans
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with the wrong information. they have tried to turn this into demands from iran for. sanctions against iran. finally we embarked on some negotiations. with the european is actually we have begun with three european countries but begin first. three other countries of the us are russia and china. which has come to be known as p five plus one. in order to actually create a strong and do it i mean confidence building measure. to the neglect of some of our rights for the specific period of time under. the name r g c p o eight. the previous government. of the us approved it was approved
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by the us. but unfortunately the new government trumps time with huge greediness they draw from it which was absolutely irrelevant with their previous was irrelevant to nuclear issues and i was interested. in every cheney met the relationship between iran and its neighboring countries in the nuclear till we're facing a lot of new greeting nasa but it also helped tosca some new achievements. or people realized. welcome back to r.t. international we can bring you some live pictures now from the russian pacific port city of vladivostok where president putin is of course meeting in north korea's leader kim jong moon for the first time you can see the motorcade arriving just the
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russian president stepping out to the god of all where he will be expecting north korean leader to arrive very shortly this is of course the first ever face to face talks between the two leaders chairman kim arrived in russia's far east city back on wednesday he came out of all would train with a large security detail he received a warm welcome and expressed his hope the summit will be useful successful. russian officials have said the primary focus of the meeting will of course be on efforts to rid the korean peninsula of nuclear weapons these are live pictures i can remind you of lot of our stock now all eyes waiting for the north korean leader who will be arriving hopefully in the next couple of hours. yes some reaction to that political analysts some ball thinks putin and composer
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moon might reach some consensus on some of those key global issues that have been plaguing the korean peninsula for quite some time. kim moved to worlds that must. be restored right now is. something that's that he really wants some sort of that we need cooperation between russia and the p.r.g. in terms of the economic. up believe it's going to be under the u.s. sanctions because the united states sanctions that's not to be they're not going to believe the sanctions under current circumstances and the negative should be in the u.s. and i think the timing of this meeting is very important and after the game meeting that's happening met that drops into the drops enough that. nothing's comes out from that reaching a confidence that will between that moscow and and young is more as compared to other countries and there are more chances that they can get on some sort of that
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consensus and to make some sort of that peaceful. erikson not in a human rights lawyer and peace advocate shared his perspective on the upcoming meeting. will get that reaction that for you very shortly. i really think this is an opportunity to get peace and put peace at the top of the agenda and have denuclearization be a consequence of that and i think building relations between russia and north korea can do anything other than strengthen peace in the region i think that what can come out of this summit is that president putin can take the have position a strong position one shared by president moon i believe in south korea and say we
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all support a formal peace treaty end the war then let's talk about the past to the nuclear age did nuclear ization and the lifting of sanctions and do that in a way that makes sense not in a way that continues to hurt the food deprived people in north korea but one that really helps us to step out of the sanction and punishment mode and into one of the relationship and that's that's how you have peace and demilitarization and denuclearization without further ado let's cross live to five all stuck on our correspondent that really up to trying as you had putin just arrived awaiting for the arrival of kim jong un now they can have their hands shaken greeting meeting greet in front of the media before they go in for those talks what our expectation is that like. in a positive mood when he arrived to russia this could be no declarations as far as
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what off the meetings but certainly a lot to talk about on the edge and there is a. that he will have to correct you a little bit as i was telling you a bit earlier i'm on the roof schiano in which means russian but for about sixteen hours the most senior and the most serious person. here wasn't russian it was the north korean supremes leader kim jong un who is so surprisingly enough he is the one who is about to welcome the russian president vladimir putin and just about three minutes ago i saw vladimir putin's motorcade pass by me literally meters from where i'm standing right now and that means that very soon we are going to see the first ever a handshake between the leaders of north korea and russia and what's going to happen after that is they will end up behind closed doors one on one they will need
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a translator den a bit later they will be joined by diplomats ministers and advisors then it will be caviar time and they will continue talking while having dinner now let's just talk about what's at stake here of course they're going to discuss ball out of world relations but the main thing that ago sheeting table is the denuclearization of the korean peninsula where russia stands on this and its role is completely different to that of washington everyone understands this aspect and this case but if after the kim putin's summit young yang announces some sort of breakthrough decisions possibly some sort of concessions in their nuclear program that is going to be a real game changer because we remember what happened just
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a couple of months ago and also last year these were two historic summits between kim jong il and the american president donald trump however as we know these meetings didn't lead to any agreements and now there you have it came john who is in russia meeting vladimir putin as i've said earlier the supreme leader of north korea arrived in this city. vladivostok yesterday and i guess it is fair to say that his welcome was much more than just warm have a look. like .
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so again we're literally minutes if not seconds away from the her wrist sorry first hand shake which is happening at a university near vladivostok that's russia's main university and the far east i can see loads of students they're not allowed to be standing where i'm standing right now but they're very close to me and they are really excited to understand that this is happening where they're studying but this isn't just exciting for them
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it's exciting for the whole world and of course it is more than just special the first ever face to face meeting between the russian president and the supreme leader of north korea the first ever kim summit in lot of austar here and that i'm sure they'll have a lot to talk about and i'm sure you'll be giving us updates as they come through that throughout the day you're trying to get a real stalker. see you again very shortly. the parents of a swedish national arrested in ecuador for reportedly plotting against the president have been allowed to visit the jail the swedish foreign minister's demanding ecuador explain his attention the man arrested is beany he was a computer programmer he's an expert in the cyber security and also a digital privacy advocate it was the same just hours after it was arrested in the ecuadorian embassy in london is charged with hacking computer systems in the country his father told us his son's rights were violated. he didn't
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get to talk too slow or in the right term and he didn't get to me to call so in the right term and there was so many wrong things that were gone the evidence is that one book of noam chomsky that he has a lot of memory sticks and that is all about her and there's not enough to arrest the person i mean while human rights activists proof of all of britney's guilt celebrities activists and politicians have also sighed and open a letter to the swedish government calling it to help free the program a little quarter picks up the story. seems being friends with julian a sancerre might just cost you your freedom as the wiki leaks co-founder was dragged into the back of a british police van another hacktivists shared a similar fate all of being he was arrested on the same day allegedly for working
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with assad inch for several years now one of the key members of the week you leaks in a person close to mr julian assange has lived in ecuador and we have sufficient evidence that he has been collaborating with the best the blaze ation attempts against the government prosecutors charged with attacking ecuadorian computer systems and their evidence laptops and encrypted u.s.b. sticks seized from beanies home president lennon moreno pointed to frequent travel as a mark of guilt suspecting bini visited a songe to do his bidding and one of the reasons he kicked out a songe was suspicion he was using the ecuadorian embassy as a hacktivist ecuador's interior minister says it will not be tolerated even if it's mere suspicion it is up to the justice system to determine if he committed a crime but we can't allow inquiry to become a center for piracy in spying that period in our history is over so just hours after assad was drag. out of the ecuadorian embassy bini was detained in quito
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airport his lawyers say his rights were violated in many ways no charges no translator he was even denied bail and his parents fear for his safety he's a tough time for him and he doesn't really understand why he's. forty has been accused of. and this isn't just another hacktivist we're talking about here beanie worked on the advisory board for a major european commission funded project called de code the initiative involves cybersecurity experts researching data ownership and technological sovereignty human rights groups and high profile figures are calling for beanies immediate release and also in sweden the big newspaper that has been the. giving out of this petition over open letter to our prime minister. that he should be released and this has been signed over. about how madrid very.
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prominent persons are from rome it shouldn't be dangerous for anyone in ecuador or has to just know mr sachs several thousand kilometers north another a saw and sling tack to vista sitting in jail a u.s. federal appeals court has denied chelsea manning bail after she was arrested once again in march and for what refusing to testify in court against assad which it seems like any connection to wiki leaks can get you in jail so if you've ever rubbed elbows with julian a songe it might be better to keep quiet about it. written spy agencies use the excuse under fire after warning web users cyber security choices will be restricted . and we intend to do more to take the burden of cyber security only way from the individual in particular we will work closely with device manufacturers and online platform providers to build security into their products and services at the design
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stage jeremy fleming made the comments at the first u.k. event to feature all five members of the world's largest intelligence alliance called five eyes made up of the u.s. canada u.k. australia and new zealand they also discussed the safety of five g. technologies with washington pressing allies to ditch chinese participation in its development social media lawyer jojo cohen says protecting users may not be paramount for the private firms working with you c h q. things to consider here. that individual on behalf of the government so the government just did the first rule of the army. and into these companies to be as profitable as they possibly can to all the shareholder. they really.
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duties and obligations so the requirement to make for example internet safety. is paramount to. security agencies. so clearly into making a difference they don't really care. because staying about. leading rights groups have delivered a scathing rebuke to saudi arabia over its execution of thirty seven men on terror related charges on tuesday international said many of the convictions were handed down in sham trials of market alarming escalation in the or thirty's use of the death penalty human rights watch or describe the punishment as a grotesque. few things so is much fear into the hearts of your own people is mass executions none of this electric chair or lethal
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injection nonsense we're talking here about beheading it isn't so much about killing someone as it is about terrifying others narco cartels the mafia know it and so does saudi arabia and if you can get away with bad heading justifying it generally isn't a problem the men were executed for adopting terrorists and extremists thinking and performing terrorists else to corrupt and destabilize security. allegedly among the crimes was this respect towards authority some of them can you believe that like the king protested against him so serious with their crimes that one of those executed was also crucified yes crucified and two thousand and ninety his body strung up for all to see for all to fear.
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today's mass execution is a chilling demonstration of the saudi arabia north or callous disregard for human life it is also yet another gruesome indication of how the death penalty is being used as a political tool to crush dissent from within the country's shia minority in fact almost half of those killed were executed after taking part in pro-democracy protests see the arab spring didn't skirt saudi arabia and the shia minority rose up and wanted change better fairer life the king obviously thought they wanted too much it's not the first time which saudi arabia that you know t. to punish prisoners of conscious rule who dared to talk about the human rights violations in the country we were surprised by by what happened yesterday because we thought that it was like something we shouldn't have happened at and in any in
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any case or any time it's not the first time so debuts such punishment to crush dissidents one of those executed by the way was sixteen years old at the time of his arrest for attending a protest apparently he was still a kid now is an example you wouldn't believe how creative the saudis are when it comes to killing prisoners in fact the current king began his reign by staging a massive execution forty seven people behaved it shot for crimes that included this a big saudi rulers biggest blood show since the nine hundred eighty s. who said fictions aren't uncommon peaked in two thousand and twelve five people were strung up paralysis reportedly is also in a judge's arsenal seriously they can sentence
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a person to be paralyze. punishment routes back to a four thousand year old law that someone wrote on a stone pillar to through a tooth and literally in this case a knife or an eye saudis took that stone very seriously in two thousand and five a court in saudi arabia ordered a migrants i gagged out as punishment for getting into a fight and putin also a favorite especially for theft chopping off people's arms and feet stealing and of course stoning reserved for crimes like being too friendly with the opposite sex or can you say you want to cherry on top saudi arabia's on the un human rights council. what a world that sends an extremely worrying signal to the shia community regarding
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you know standing up for their rights i mean there are many members of the shia community huge war from the right this will certainly. dissuade them or serve to dissuade them for doing such a thing notably we've heard nothing from the united states of america and perhaps others who are involved in supporting saudi arabia in other elements of its public policy say in respect yemen and so on so i am sitting in in the u.k. i haven't heard any particular condemnation from the british government it is completely unclear that international standards of justice a fair trial standards were were followed in this case and thirty seven people is a lot of people to you to execute on any one day it's it's a quite a ruthless move. or saudi arabia has defended its the vision to execute those individuals it says it won't hesitate to punish anyone threatening security and stability and can. the philippines will declare war against canada to resolve
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a dispute over waste disposal certainly didn't mince his words that the president of a southeast asian country. who declare war against canada we can take them down all written in the trash just wait and see our advise candidate that your garbage is on the way prepare a gram reception eat it if you want to a more than one hundred containers of wasting tooting use diapers were shipped to the philippines five years ago reportedly mislabeled as materials for recycling canada has refused to take it back however the prime minister just in trudeau is striking a conciliatory tone. this is now theoretically possible to get it back but there's still a number of questions around who will pay for it where the financial responsibility is where the consequences are as we get reaction to this period from political analyst richard and investigative journalist but. the fact that it matters at
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present there it has a very early toxic relationship we chatted up so now when it comes to kava days a days well you guys dared to question my human rights and then you're going to adopt my call what you would call sick materials and garbage no way even though of course that water rectory cannot be taken literally but clearly of course i think it's completely unfair to just blame you certainly the seat of the canadian government alone and of course it would be nice to present their dollars a question that private companies or for the sport in canada and the philippines or love for these kind of grow up this will go on for quite a long time if you look at the population density. we beings as of zero three hundred fifty inhabitants square kilometer and. for less than four so i mean if you don't charge in a country which is so densely populated in each point i'm here i think the camera could certainly find a means when there is a will there's a way can this likes to make sure everybody human rights about
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democracy and about the environment but seems to be quite slow i'm acting in this case we're going to show up right now back in just a couple of moments though for the latest global news headlines see you then. montes khalid al hotep international memorial awards twenty nineteen are now open for entries all media professionals are eligible whether you are a freelance journalist work for alternative media or part of a global news conference participants send us your published works in video or written for. go to award dot altie dot com and enter now. for that only if you don't. go to set. so president. truman if you go back to.
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welcome back to r.t. international we continue with our breaking news of the hour fatema putin has arrived in russia's far eastern city of a lot of off where he'll be holding meetings with north korea's kim jong il. it's the first time two years of met each other expected their talks will focus on defusing the nuclear crisis on the korean peninsula as well as sanctions and economic cooperation our correspondent. is in a lot of i'll stop. in which means russian but for about sixteen hours the most senior.


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