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out there what you'll see is threat promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of a turkish was designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most comfortable make them want to get out and don't take no for an answer don't accept their denials she said they're forward poor henri said on a statement that i will be all about that the next day there's a culture on accountability that police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with all the cry. the headlines in our city on day 2 of donald trump a state visit to the u.k. the u.s. president is expected to meet p.x. going prime minister to resign may on monday he met with the queen and his little son met by large demonstrations also to come right spang genocide facts have a new canadian report bruns decades of violence against the country's indigenous
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women prime minister just in 3 minutes mistakes were made. islands against addiction is women and girls must be eradicated. and the ministers and the lima group global support of venezuelan opposition leader why does truth has led several failed attempts to oust nicolas maduro from palo. alto welcome you watching r.t. international this tuesday morning we're just going to call in. our top story it is the 2nd day if the u.s. presence 3 day state visit to the united kingdom on monday night with the royal family buckingham palace with protesters gathering outside.
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act out. of it. now while the 1st day there was ceremonial the 2nd one is planned for work the u.s. president is the co-host with prime minister to resume a business break this meeting with senior u.k. and u.s. business leaders from peru also hold talks with the outgoing prime minister in 10 downing street and in the evening he and the 1st lady will host
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a dinner at the official residence of the u.s. ambassador to the u.k. prince charles and the duchess of cornwall will be among the guests there where thousands of protesters are expected to gather on the streets of london to show their disapproval of trump a baby trump balloon which made headlines showing trump's u.k. visit last year is expected to appear in the skies over london again and projections have already grace of the capital's landmarks but our correspondent shadi ed was dusty was one of the early demonstrations. post last year when he traveled to the united kingdom donald trump was met with hundreds of thousands of protesters condemning his policies and this year we've seen the movement on momentum really stepping up a kid protesters it's a say that that angry with donald trump's policies i don't standing in solidarity with those up bearing the brunt of the controversial issues surrounding the mexican border problem in the united states particularly around the muslim travel ban and
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of course issues surrounding women and this process is a really say one clear message that donald trump is simply not welcome in his part of the problem. with. the situation. the house play baseball for this country these protests show that certainly is this crazy day one paid to be. paid it without we debilitated simply places. that people did to. get a. point needs to be making do. the. things that need the data if you think that it is awfully embarrassing for this country and i feel ashamed to mason my friend bought.
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the. stuff really. well professor of rule and government brooks believes the forthcoming talks between trump. won't lead to any breakthrough. was the 1st foreign leader rushing out to the white house weeks after trump had become president in order to woo him to britain with the offer of of us. state visit in order to get that wonderful post treaty deal. none of which of course as has materialized but there was a lot of speculation as to whether it was going to have a private conversation with treason may i think that this is not going to come to much as it's difficult to see what theresa may would be able to deliver given that she is going to no longer be the leader of the conservative party with prime
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minister only until the conservatives can be a new leader that may take days it may take weeks pretty soon as they do she will be out. and she's not been able to deliver her own deal but she thought she could pass it's difficult to see what different changes she could do with which to to make to please try. not least given the unpopular that theresa may has and parliament of even greater unpopularity. in parliament and in the u.k. . the race based genocide that's how the canadian government report has branded decades of violence against the country's indigenous population the study was unveiled on monday had a ceremony and prime minister justin trudeau who was present that excepted the mistakes had been made for many decades. indigenous women and girls across canada have disappeared suffered violence or been killed.
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and our justice system has failed the racism sexism and economic inequality that has allowed such violence against indigenous women and girls to prevail must be eradicated. was. well in title of reclaiming power am place the report to a call most 3 years to complete inquiry had more than 2000 witness testimonies and claims that canadian justice system is based in the valleys of a settler colonial society and also fails to include indigenous concepts of justice the probe states that the deaths or disappearance of thousands of women have likely gone and recorded and admits to that no one knows an exact number although estimates to put the figure something like $4000.00 we discuss the matter with audrey huntley co-founder of the no more silence group and also with pamela she's chair of indigenous governance from rice and university. there's
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a whole bunch of really you know problematic criminal activity as regards to indigenous women and girls and it's been unaddressed for all of these decades until this inquiry schon a light on it i am calling on all canadians and in fact other countries around the world to put political pressure on both our federal government and all of our provincial governments to to do something and to actually investigate state actors who are complicit or directly involved in the murders exploitations and disappearances of indigenous women and girls this state has done nothing about it so they've been very complicit in the ongoing sexualized violence and murders of indigenous women and girls but canadians haven't been able to put all of those pieces together until now and there's a long way to go before this is will start and the report even states that
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one of the goals which was to identify actually how many people women and transit people have gone missing now have not been met you know reserves are underfunded and there's like chronic house lack of housing there's no safe drinking water so there's water boil and rise rees in over 250 communities so not counted it is not going up and there is not enough funding and support for indigenous people here. led to contact group and the lima group comprised of latin american countries and canada according on the international community to be more active and restoring democracy in crisis script venezuela groups voice their support for the country's opposition leader when and why though back in january he proclaimed himself and his wife his interim president he also led failed attempts at ousting nicolas maduro from power. why the situation needs to be a businesswoman when you're
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a jew do you rejoin i mean pact of the crisis require the region and the international community to plea a more active role in supporting a prompt return to democracy in venezuela lima group member canada has announced it is temporary shutting down its embassy in caracas as one of the 1st countries to throw its support behind wide and is in the press to try and can i reports canada has made efforts to overthrow the venezuelan government for at least 5 years. so canada's embassy in caracas is shutting its doors for some time because the government there is denying canadian diplomats the required accreditation and here's how the person in charge of foreign affairs in canada puts it as venezuela slides deeper into dictatorship and as venezuelans continue to suffer at the hands
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of the illegitimate majeure regime the regime has taken steps to limit the ability of foreign embassies to function in venezuela but secretly those advocating for the restoration of democracy in venezuela so for the officials and the media in canada the story is more than clear bad guy i'm a duro is at it again doing whatever he wants in the country like it says plaything taking yet another shot at democracy question that anyone would bother to look into the reasons why canadian diplomats are showing the red card in caracas this was canada's previous ambassador to the latin american country ben rosewell although he wasn't even officially accepted by the door government either anyway mr rose well once rally took up the job of sorting out human rights issues and as well we established quite a significant internet presence inside venezuela so that we could then indeed each
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tens of thousands of. venezuelan citizens in a conversation on human rights would became one of the most vocal embassies and speaking out in human rights issues and encouraging venezuelans to speak out well that's probably a great thing to do though when you think about it if mr rosewall was a russian ambassador and as well or elsewhere he'd be destroyed by the western media as a meddling agent but we're talking about canadian diplomats right their embassy came up with the special human rights prize an award which only ended up being given to doro haters say officials in caracas in front of the likes of the wife of the old holdall lopez the man who's been pulling the strings of venezuela's opposition for years and allegedly backed an anti-government coup caracas even suspected canada's embassy of being used as a covert channel to bring in agents with an alleged mission to stir up on rest will
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inform us here there are reports of members of an internationally known intelligence agency being brought into venezuela through canada's diplomatic mission it is estimated that in the past 3 months some 30 agents specialized in destabilizing activities entered venezuela this way back to former ambassador rose will have a look at what kind of message he brought home for lawmakers they are united in their insistence for change they support their democratically leaders democratically elected leaders in the national assembly. stability will only return to venezuela once it has a government whose legitimacy is accepted by its citizens with that manner of advice what else do you expect from ottawa but to spearhead the effort as part of the lima group are you still surprised some canadian diplomat are not welcome in caracas. to thank you then i germany's jewish community has slammed government led efforts to show solidarity after burning urge people to wear
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a traditional orthodox skull cap on his mirth and picks up the story. to wear or not to wear that is the question now surrounding the jewish keep. for george gabriel pulled this from the berlin also doc synagogue the answer is clear everybody took this side of us that you know in the future could be worse than the fine the debate began when germany's commissioner on anti-semitism gave a warning to jews i cannot advise jews to wear the kipa everywhere all the time in germany that advise prompted a few reus reaction from some jews and politicians the president of israel described it as a capitulation to and to semitism mr klein then did a u. turn i call on all citizens of berlin and across germany to wear the kippur next saturday if there are new intolerable attacks targeting israel and jews on the occasion of al quds day in berlin i could stay is an annual event marked globally
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and unites those who dispute israel's claim to jerusalem also known as el comes in arabic on the other side of the street those who support israel it looked like the perfect occasion to sporty could pass with pride on not at least 85 percent haven't even wore. a keeper i noticed and i have seen that one for nobody because. you know yesterday to be the people who were there down after literally don't forget the door shut but after all his controversial statements we caught up with mr klein with my statement i want to start in on this if a is about the situation we have in germany and that is a very good for simple i'm for that because many people in germany and in your opening that the key part something exotic or not are not in the area but i would show our solidarity with the jewish community in germany and elsewhere but why i'm
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here and it worked though the attention was mixed for me it's like. what i said it's like a disney led show i don't need you and you want to worry keep that i do know that you are with me you know i'm not wearing a cross that you would think that i'm with the oh i with you if you need be or if you have friends and i don't show it i don't need it it's in my heart long as the skin says it's easy to show your solidarity on a single location when you know you are protected by the police but that is not enough we also talked to the head of germany's real friendship association not to a protestant he agreed with it's a matter of solidarity because you don't like. statements like for critics claim it is it is not just for show it is a sign of your religion is the same sorry. for instance our solution. is it covers their heads and so on so whoever wants to keep or should do
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it days after the germany wears keep our event it's still unclear whether jews should wear it if it's safe everywhere all the time just like the official said perhaps the idea was not to get an answer but simply raise a question great russian r.t. reporting from early. on i still had a few limbs all over the world to celebrate the end of the holy month of ramadan today we'll have a look about him more detail parts of the stories tell you just after the break. with this manufactured consensus still public will. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the famous
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merry go round be the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick. room in the real news room. you know world of big partisan law and conspiracies it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that made stream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door. and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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again while more than a 1000000000 muslims around the world are celebrating. the month long ramadan fast and the festivities begin celebrations do mark a time when communities within the muslim world come together and russia has some $20000000.00 muslims living here so let's see what's happening i know it's early but we can go live now. don't quarter you know back to moscow for us don't just tell us a bit more then about this holiday and what so we can expect to happen today. well and today we're going to be hearing a lot of a popular holiday greeting called you. even mubarak because muslims are gathering in moscow and all of all over the world for a muslim holiday called eat alfie for now it's an official holiday in muslim countries marked by the sighting of the new moon in the lunar calendar and it's one
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of the most important holidays in islam it translates to the festival of breaking the fast marking the end of ramadan a month long period where muslims fast from dusk till dawn and it's one of the 5 pillars of islam actually just as important as a pilgrimage to mecca another faith says that ramadan commemorates when allah revealed the qur'an to the prophet muhammad so this day is really a special celebration where muslims celebrate their perseverance through prayers and charity the special prayers which to which actually just recently took place behind me but now a lot of people are filing out are usually done outside in the streets beginning when the sun reaches about 2 meters over the horizon and ending when it reaches the meridian now the charity portion requires all muslims to donate. money and resources to the poor in the last several days of ramadan and of course on this holiday there's lots of tasty food to be had the different types of foods vary but
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between countries but deserts and sweets are pretty much constant prepared beforehand for friends and family to enjoy on the holiday muslims also wear their new clothes on this holiday and can and can be seen sporting them at carnivals across major islamic cities now in russia specifically islam is the 2nd most. practiced religion and is also very popular in central asia in the caucuses so there's definitely going to be plenty more celebration in russia and all around the world until the end of tomorrow tomorrow evening. but i think don those don't call it that for us reporting from moscow. and of course in sweden has rejected a request by prosecutors to issue an arrest warrant for wiki leaks. co-founded the sangean connection with the rape case investigation basing the decision on the fact that he is currently serving time in the u.k. it means that sweden won't seek
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a sandy's extradition financing for the case which was 1st investigated in 2010 was reopened last month on the grounds that the songes arrest in the u.k. could present a new opportunity for prosecution the investigation had previously suspend had been suspended in 2017 as the whistleblower remained holed up inside the ecuadorian embassy in london in the sun spent nearly 7 years there in a bid to avoid it completion to sweden before being arrested by u.k. authorities the next it will revoke his asylum since been sentenced to 15 weeks in prison for breaking bail but he still faces another extradition request by the us you're listening to sweden buckling under pressure from other countries. that were. traded short or it is a commonly great question from the british authorities to not the case we know from
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e-mails tricks are called the favorite tourist was saying don't you dare get cold feet by the crown prosecution service lawyers traditionally dish prosecutors about this we know that the case as it stood anyway will certainly seem to be the strongest. and then there's of course the practicalities albeit that he's already changed so to see his extradition. really at this stage wouldn't make common sense in the sense that he could he could be easily be interviewed if they want to do that in belmarsh jail so it doesn't really all around yes you could argue it highlights could be seen as evidence of the fact that the case against him isn't very strong and equally it could be seen as a very sort of common sense judgment today. and that brings upside that's how things are looking say foster day here or not see we're back again with the headlines and more stories at the top and.
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join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics sports business i'm showbusiness i'll see that. he put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president or injury. or some want to. have to go to the press this is like the before 3 in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters in the house. first sip. nobody could see coming that false confessions would be that prevalent in this
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population of all the converts look at any interrogation out there what you'll see is threat promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most culpable make them want to get out and don't take no for an answer don't accept their denials she said therefore which. sat on the statement that i would be home by that time the next day there's a culture of all accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with solving their crime. see them still moving. who was before. much of those who heard the preview or must never see him with the north we will.
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and finance and i am tied to bonds all. and i'm the guy in washington here's what we have on deck today following continue to feel the heat from the u.s. pressure and the fight may be reshaping the global regulatory environment and international regulatory attorney that mike joins us to discuss the latest challenges and the future of global telecom competition and later why wait is not the only trade war casualty of commodities markets have been shaken by the latest tariff tweets chris with us with trading todd horwitz above the trading are standing by to discuss the consequences for commodities we have of him show today so let's go and dive right in. with global report today with the tech acquisition german chip maker infineon technologies a.g. said monday they would buy u.s. based scot cypress semiconductor corp for 8400000000 year. rose more than $10000000000.00 the german company says they're planning to finance 30 percent of
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the deal with a quickie with the rest being taken care of in debt and cash the acquisition will put infinity on appeal in a position to become the world's largest provider of automotive chips a sector that already makes up 40 percent of their business on the news infineon stock which is traded over the counter took a big hit trading down more than 10 percent monday morning meanwhile cyprus which trades on the nasdaq witnessed a boost of nearly 22 percent the deal between and finian in cyprus will still require approval from regulators we'll keep you apprised of the latest. maybe fighting allegations around the world that it's stolen ip from other companies but now it finds itself the victim of stolen trade secrets on monday always kicks off a trade secrets lawsuit in texas against a poor far more employee ronnie and his start * up the next labs and on allegations of racketeering claims that he stole technology and post staff. tens of millions of dollars in damages and rights to about 30 trade secrets and.


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