with. b. b. b. b. b. c. the with. big news this morning around part she withdraws from the twenty fifty nuclear deal giving its european signatories sixty days now to shield around the effects of u.s. sanctions france already reacted this morning rejecting that ultimatum on the timeframe and threatening iran with new financial penalties is a story that's really ramping up our correspondents going to be live on not just second other headlines we're across. it's immigration controls expelling around six hundred foreign nationals now including two hundred islamic religious leaders who partly on the face of it their visas expired critics fear though it's part of
a broader crackdown the muslim community following the atrocities on easter sunday if the reaction coming up. of individuals who orchestrated attacks within a very short. range kills that many many. more sophisticated and they're suggesting . to do you with east terror attacks. the french telecoms john orange being sued for moral harassment with prosecutors arguing the company created intolerable working conditions that led to the suicide. good morning show newsday money's kevin i mean this is out international just an eleven am here this wednesday night in moscow so top story that iran says it will no longer all of its commitments under the twenty fifty nuclear deal but the deeds . still to be hashed out here president hassan rouhani has given the signatories
two months to make good on their promises to protect the islamic republic from u.s. sanctions. if the demands are met after sixty days iran will not comply with its commitments regarding your aenima richmond and the iraq nuclear reactor. it will try to get across this story this morning the details the reaction is time to come in french. but we know what a year ago when he was pulling out of this deal as far as the americans were concerned merkel the germans a jump in i'm done about it right brings up speed most out of this morning and what's been said about it sort of first of all will of course this is the case when iran is trying to play its game with europe they clearly want to raise the stakes here and make sure that the european sigur and theories to the way put pressure on washington a but we already heard from the defense minister from one of the most important international players behind the way that's how the iran nuclear deal is known the
defense minister of france they have rejected the ultimatum but they are making it clear that they want the deal to stay alive in fact something else we heard from their army chief that nothing can be worse than the collapse of this agreement but also they are making warnings against iran they're saying that iran could be slapped with new sanctions if they choose not to keep up with its commitments we also heard from a russian senator who's in charge of international relations constant and cost a job he believes that what's happening right now the moves taken by the iran is a direct consequence the world is bearing the fruit of washington's actions something that you mentioned a little earlier donald trump's decision one year ago to say goodbye to the g c p o a we also heard from china they're not happy with what's going on at all. and there
are. everyone all the signatories to the agreement to keep fulfilling their commitments and definitely what we're waiting for here is what washington is going to say but for now no word from their most high ranking officials. schools to get to this stage to say this is open and this is pretty year in the in the making we knew this was going to extremely unhappy by what america did twelve months ago was home to this interim period while we understand that since the u.s. to take an action and now some this deal needs to get somewhere and if we're talking about the stance of iran they were in hesitation mode for quite a long time and now they've decided to step in so i just want to expand on what rouhani the president of iran said he said that starting on wednesday iran would begin to build up its stockpiles of
a low enriched uranium and also heavy water these are the only scientific what's the implications of that's what i'm going to do these are the this is used for the technology this is used in nuclear reactors and this is also potential the potential is that this could be used in a nuclear reactor which could give iran a source of bomb great tainio so he's saying that if the europeans fail to urge the americans to go back to comply with this agreement to become part of it again then iran could possibly resume the construction of the iraqi nuclear reactor that was a facility that was shut down it was a great deal of concern for everyone around the world under the deal its key facilities and components were dismantled so now around threatening that they could go back to that and again as the russians are saying perhaps it's clear for the
rest of the world that these are direct implications of the recent actions in the recent things that have been said by the politicians in washington and the u.s. has indeed taken an increasingly hostile stance towards iran issuing another a number of threats. to the islamic republic just take a listen to some of what they said. we have continued to see every that leads us to believe that there's escalation that may be taking place so we're taking all the appropriate actions both from a security perspective and well as. our ability to make sure that the present has a wide range of options and they've made this up to should actually take place we've been trying to do is to get iran to behave like a normal nation. so these threads are being translated into concrete measures it seems on tuesday the u.s. announced it will deploy enable strike group to the middle east in order to counter the alleged threat from iran story and
a clear message to its leadership and then on the same day the u.s. secretary of state who we just heard from also made a surprise visit to iraq voicing concerns about iranian influence here so now of course this is little surprise that the leadership in iran is putting the blame on america for the escalation of this crisis round the iran nuclear agreement . the united states wanted to pull out of the way in order to make iran withdraw from a deal the day after so the u.s. would be able to refer the case to the u.n. security council to ease the burden on the shoulders of the u.s. to redouble and ratcheting up the pressure on iran iran did not fall into this trap . so definitely as i've said the most important thing right now is to hear from the americans and probably from the more senior officials in fact the leaders from
europe russia as well and this is going to russia there of course. the iranian foreign minister himself is here talking to a lavrov as well today it looks like it couldn't be more time could it i guess they'll be me to comfort of course when that happens. the question of the correspondent today will bring our viewers and it's a bit of a night america so we're not going to get much of an official coming out for a few hours yet but story very much developing isn't it really they'll be on top of that when they wake up yeah this is very important we're ahead of it all right dana thank you very much let's go live now the side of mohammad marandi the american. political analyst and often guest on this program hey there nice to see this morning from tehran in the problem how significant is this raid the decision there i mean it could have been expected a spose the iranians way to the year is it desperation it's not desperation it's really the only way or the right. or here and
americans. on this. you're absolutely. and the right answer saying you know we. know now the united states to strike. back you are exporting and you. just ruined all of you as a year ago what was donald trump's problem with this long deal of course in the so many countries revolts and he crucially russia as well. trump said no the iranians aren't doing what they signed up to do what was his problem remind us well. you know. what if we. are.
or it was just. my memoranda we're going to get a better connection and. could hear what he's going to say but it's often a guest on this program to give us some perspective on what is a likely to go no earlier spoke to us as a largely a journalist a visiting scholar at the center for middle east a t. to extend these he told me to rand's patients with the inaction of the deals that european secretaries basically what we're just now he is what's warmth ennia. it's been a year since the united states destroy fund in the deal and in this deal it has been iran on the one side trying to deliver on its promises and commitments on that in it but the other parties to the deal have not been able to. keep to their commitments under did. so iran baited and was patient for a year but nothing happened from the other side but their message by iran is to say
that if you do not deliver on your commitments. will also sees and victories and reduce our commitments before it was in friendly language because it was patient and it's one that showed good faith in this regard but because the other sides have not been able to resist the u.s. pressures and also fulfill their commitments now iran decided to choose their legal path to act upon to the paragraph twenty six and thirty six of the nuclear deal and even harder to. make the deal who are in a way that both sides pay the costs of the deal and it is not iran and to make sure that it is not iran who pays the costs. of this morning in the wake of lanka's devastating easter sunday bombings the government's expelled around six hundred foreign nationals including two hundred muslim clerics found to have
overstayed their visas the country's home affairs minister says it comes as part of a broader push to tighten immigration controls. considering the current situation in the country we have reviewed the visa system and taken a decision to tighten visa restrictions for religious teaches of those who were sent out about two hundred ways like preaches there are religious institutions which have been getting in foreign preachers for decades we have no issues with them but there are some which mushrooms recently we will pay more attention to them . used to sunday's coordinated bomb attacks in sri lanka left over two hundred fifty dead eight explosions tore through packed churches and luxury hotels a state of emergency was imposed shortly after and security forces were given sweeping powers to wrestle specs. i.
meant. that wasn't in any we heard a loud bang and we fainted and that's all i remember. i wish to express my heartfelt solidarity with the christian community affected one it was a prayer with all the victims of such cruel violence. on sunday then dozens of shops vehicles and homes owned by members of the muslim community were attacked in the western coastal city of nick go at least three were injured over that several arrests were subsequently made to security has generally been bolstered with a curfew imposed trying to calm things down a bit the slang can governments renewing calls for unity meantime and is often compensation to people affected by the latest violence social commentator politics
expert raja kiska gave us their thoughts on this volatile situation in the country right now. the claims were that twelve days before that the attacks the government was sent detailed warnings the intelligence service of sent detailed warnings they were told they were going to be attacking the church is that a. radical group interline care home grown natives who were going to terrorize and attack people on easter morning she said i really didn't have much choice other . than to expel six hundred six hundred foreigners and two hundred to slum it clerics to cover his shortcomings i think when you have a state of emergency that is a direct result of you know coordinated terrorist attacks in forcing the law for those who have overstayed their visas a minimum you can do because that's the bottom line here we need to stop terror we need to stop radicalization if there are one hundred terrorists there expanding foreigners doesn't help somebody clamping down a phone as a list is not the women to remove that make up the face is actually
a disproportionate action and is specifically targeting the same is not the kind of innocent that did the attack calling this a knee jerk reaction i think is minimizing a very coordinated attack done by radical muslims now had this done been done by a christian for example i would be the first condemning them so i think that moderate muslims shouldn't have to fear what's happening you know if you are involved in a story hatred in planning terrorist attacks and anything of that nature then you should be concerned you should be expelled and then again if this is an issue of a government simply expelling people who have overstayed their visa then i don't see this is a knee jerk reaction they're just executing their laws. i'm sure out of the six hundred people not all of them or muslim who are expelled i think this is this is a tactic that whenever anyone speaks up against rising islam that there are labeled as islamic phobic and i do believe in religious freedom i think religious freedom
is a resident lebanese it's not good for modern medicine and it was just some fake why haven't the sri lankans been behaving why do they allow these things to go ahead these are a big questions unanswered that is not remove the face files exclude six hundred foreign as and two hundred islamic clerics they would never the problem this is about a proportionate response all your years i barely see her expelling six hundred million for little or nothing because their needs are very action to three hundred fifty dead five hundred injured this isn't just about one or two homegrown islamic terrorists this is about a chain of individuals who. attacks within a very strong enough oversight which kills many many doing business east as are more sophisticated their suggested have overstayed visas got to do with easter terror attacks when it was i assure lanka native homegrown who himself was radicalizing people well if you have two hundred if you have two hundred clerics overstaying their welcome then being homegrown might mean that they were in one of those mosques was one of those two hundred clerics we don't know that. the french
telecoms giant orange and several current and former top bosses are currently standing trial in paris they're accused of moral harassment of creating a work environment which prosecutors say led to dozens of employees suicides over ten years she'll do penske takes a closer look at the case. a decade of a wave of suicides helped lift the lid what was happening in one of france's biggest telephone companies now known as the global telecoms giant orange x. employees claimed they were subjected to moral and psychological harassment all in a bid to make leave the company that was undergoing major restructuring. and we will ensure that this trial is not only an opportunity to convict for institutional moral harassment which will lead to compensation for the moral prejudice of the victims but we will also fight to have the question asked again about the violence
that was perpetrated not on but on the thousands and thousands of employees at that time and french telecom. that climate described by some as being a brutal is said to have pushed thirty five workers to take their own lives between two thousand and eight and two thousand and nine one a thirty two year old woman threw herself from her office window at the paris another a fifty seven year old set himself alight in a company car park twelve more attempted to take their own lives including beatrice county which is young and i have been in the state of survival for more than ten years especially after my desperate gesture on a twenty six to eleven on the. on the same day as my call the from board who set himself on fire. a long way to their day in court has finally come and senior executives past and present are now facing charges mainly
related to moral harassment organized at the company's leadership level while the company doesn't don't know why the suffering of employees does deny having implemented a policy designed to destabilise teams charges if proven could result in a year in prison and a fine of fifteen. a point that is angered the victims and their loved ones were very regret that the german slaughter has not been used in view of the damage suffered by the victims what they have experienced and also if you view of the low penalty is incorrect this also concerns that this trial could open old wounds. and what do we expect from this trial to try and understand why why they push people over the edge and it mustn't happen again somewhere else but we can't accept that policeman a doctor dartmouth farmer kills himself because of a job and people need to understand that human beings are more important. today
orange points out that internal surveys show that eighty eight percent of employees say they are proud to work at the company that compares to only thirty eight percent back in two thousand and ten but the many former employees the dark days are not yet. paris if you choose this is out international for good morning twenty minutes past eleven on the moscow time ahead footage of muslim children calling for violence in order to liberate palestine cause horror in the u.s. we'll give you more details when we come back. max kaiser financial survival guide liquid those that you can convert as quite easily. to keep in mind though as if it means places. for.
good morning authorities in the u.s. city of philadelphia investigating an event of an islamic center has caused alarm in the local community after a video was posted online showing a group of muslim children talking about using extreme violence to liberate palestine as well as jerusalem's alex the mosque the third holiest site in islam. we know that you want to know what they're doing any. islamic center in question strongly condemned the incident in fact he says the children are part of a program that's been run by a local school has fired the person in charge. unfortunately the video from the school was uploaded to the chapters facebook page without verifying the content of the video for appropriateness and making sure it conforms to our
hate free policy and values muslim american society is committed to condemning hate speech everywhere despite the mosques response the first use has been described by a leading american jewish organizations extremely disturbing political commentator anthony bryan logan told us the u.s. government needs to be looking closely at such incidents well at case they usually come in over here in the u.s. when i first got a video i thought it was somewhere in a middle east i think maybe afghanistan or iraq or somewhere like there may be and i says stronghold i was surprised to learn that it was in philadelphia pennsylvania freedom of speech is limits and this particular case it's our current obo acts of terrorism and they are really being indoctrinated by the adults apparently because i doubt a small children came up with this on them so they are probably so the elders in a particular place and or their parents about this well the government should look at things like this is pretty clear that this could be you know some extremism
hidden away from the public there are many people with very good investigating you get a kind of identity groups they are different races for the privilege of different cultures in the u.s. they can to have a watchful eye of the federal government just to make sure they don't go too far and commit an act of terrorism. american school children apparently falling victim to the polarization of u.s. politics it's been reported that the curriculum in so-called swing states is being repeatedly written depending on who's in power caleb maupin ripple. until recently the election of state school boards to set academic standards was not even run on party lines people didn't view them as politicians but simply as functionaries carrying out the task of how we educate our kids however like so many other things now it is deeply political here's the number one disagreement what system of government does the united states have now according to the democrats the usa is a democracy and according to the republicans the usa is you guessed it
a republic however some say that there could be common ground between the two terms the debate really isn't about whether a republic or a democracy but understanding that we can be both in michigan the republicans did not like the social studies curriculum it is biased in a very left leaning way and i find that problematic so they made a few changes first of all they reduced references to the ku klux klan and the national association for the advancement of colored people they reduced gay and lesbian content and they cut out climate change completely so the democrats tried to slip in a few changes of their own and that draft got the republicans fired up when i look at the things changed between drafts after hundreds of hours of debate it's mind numbing it's not just happening in michigan the standards set by texas and california are the two biggest us states are the most influential when it comes to the printing of us school textbooks and both states are getting pretty partisan when it comes to u.s.
history and social studies in texas they have cut hillary clinton completely out of history and in california a mural depicting george washington the first us president was also a slave owner has been taken down so parents it seems are voting for which historical narrative they want their kids to learn in school when they pick the school board at this point in california the debate has gotten so heated that an empathy tent has been set up near the debating site there are some folks who have lots of opinions and these seem to be. making some noises about it we find that listening is better than shouting back in one nine hundred seventy four west virginia residents who thought the school textbooks were offensive to evangelical christians got rather fired up there were bombings and shootings coal miners went out on strike for most american social studies classes a distant childhood memory not a burning political controversy however and twenty nineteen it seems like everything is getting political including the classroom it's hit the ole over the
country because every school district has a school board that's democratically elected and they go back and forth if they're if it's a really conservative community or a really liberal community then it's fairly stable but it doesn't really reflect what the other you know the minority groups there that can't elect a school board not manage a national curriculum like you have in say sweden or france or germany or england it means that a kid growing up in texas learns different things and reads different books in literature classes than it kid growing up in california or new york the publishing industry are concerned about only two states when this texas and the which is fairly conservative and one is california which is fairly liberal if the textbooks too conservative california school districts won't buy them we have a fairly diversified educated population it's pretty stupid to have all your kids in the country basically getting a partial education when it comes to history and literature well but still news
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