i. know. from state prison to the u.k. the u.s. president is expected to meet with that going prime minister to resume on monday he met the queen met by large demonstrations also right by his side that's how a new canadian government called bronze decades of violence against the country's indigenous women prime minister justin trudeau admits mistakes were made.
women and girls across canada have disappeared suffered violence or been killed. this is an uncomfortable day for canada. and the. global support by an opposition leader. this led several failed attempts to ice nicolas maduro from power. good morning you're watching international where it's just gone 9 o'clock here in moscow. now it is the 2nd day of the u.s. presence 3 day state visit to the united kingdom a monday met with the royal family buckingham palace with protesters gathered outside.
now while the 1st day was largely ceremonial the 2nd is dedicated to work the u.s. president and 2 reason mable co-host a business breakfast 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 in the 1st lady but also host a dinner at the official residence of the u.s. ambassador prince charles and the duchess of cornwall will be among the guests
there while meanwhile 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 during trump's u.k. visit last year is due to reappear in the skies over london and projections have already great of the capital's landmarks you can see here our correspondent shadi ed was dusty was one of the earlier demonstrations because 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 and really stepping up to get protesters here today say that they're going through with donald trump's policies i don't standing in solidarity with those that are bearing the brunt of that controversial issues surrounding the mexican border problem in the united states particularly around the muslim travel ban and of course. this is surrounding when the. crisis is
a reading say one clear message that donald trump is simply not welcome his part of the problem. with. this sort of goes double. play baseball here in this country these protests show that certainly is the case this week a day one paid to be. paid it without wheat and be debilitated simply places to be getting to the places that people could. never get in times. like this. point needs to be making. the. things that need the data this week that it is awfully embarrassing for this country and i feel as if saying so mason my friend fights.
was not. really a. professor of role and government tom brooks believes the forthcoming talks between trump and theresa may 1 lead to any breakthrough. is the mayor 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 a of a state visit in order to get that wonderful post trade deal. none of which of course has materialized there was a lot of speculation as to whether or not trump was going to have a private conversation with trees some may think that this is not going to come to much it's difficult to see what treats them a would be able to deliver given that she is going to no longer be the leader of the conservative party will be a prime minister only. until the conservatives can be
a new leader that may take days it may take weeks but it soon as they do she will be out and then she's not been able to deliver her own deal that she thought she could pass it's difficult to see what different changes she could do. with to to make to please try. given the unpopular that theresa may hasn't parliament of even greater unpopularity but trump in parliament in the u.k. . now race based genocide that's how a canadian government report has branded decades of violence against the country's indigenous population the study was unveiled on monday at a ceremony and prime minister justin trudeau who was present there excepted that mistakes had been made although he failed to use the word genocide here many decades indigenous women and girls across canada have disappeared suffered violence or been killed. and our justice system has failed.
this is an uncomfortable day for canada. entitled reclaiming power and place the report took almost 3 years to complete the inquiry heard more than 2000 witness testimonies and claims the canadian justice system is based on the values of a settler colonial society and also fails to include indigenous concepts of justice well the problem states that the deaths or disappearances of thousands of women have likely gone on recorded and admits to that no one knows the exact number or the estimates to put the figure something like $4000.00 the report also includes multiple accounts of victims and their relatives is one of their stories. i was he checking and this was literally just a month and i have before my sister loretta was murdered she was stack's to me she was like what are you doing delilah this is not just one of the original woman or
girl this is being considered a national epidemic but we discussed the matter with all $300.00 places he's the co-founder of the no more silence group and also with pamela parmenter chair of indigenous governance from ryerson university. there's 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 seana 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 it will stop and the report even states one of the goals which was to i don't actually how many people women and trans and people have gone missing now have not been met you know reserves or understand and there's like chronic 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 and it is not people here. and he led to contact and the lima group comprised of latin american countries and canada a calling on the international community to be more active in restoring democracy in crisis script to venezuela both groups voiced their support for the country's
opposition either. back in january he proclaimed himself that is why it is interim president and since then has led failed attempts at ousting nicolas maduro from power. why the situation needs to be a businesswoman when your region the region on impact of the crisis requires the region and the international community to a more the for all you support in a prompt return to did more in venezuela we malim a group member canada has announced it is temporarily shutting down its embassy in caracas and was one of the 1st countries to throw its support behind why there is a neighbor frank and 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 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 men as well we established quite a significant internet presence inside venezuela so that we could then engage tens of thousands of venezuelans. 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 rove's role 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 write their embassy came up with a special human rights prize an award which only ended up being given to the door 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 is being used as a covert channel to bring in agents with an alleged mission to stir up on rest. 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. then i am with you with anti semitism on the rise in germany berlin is trying to show solidarity with the jewish community people to dawn a traditional orthodox skullcap that the move was not welcomed by some jews. explains . to wear or not to wear that is the question now surrounding the jewish keep. for george gabriel poultice from the berlin also talk synagogue the answer is clear everybody took the side of us that you know in the feeling 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 furious 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 day in berlin cubs day is an annual event marked globally 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 watto nobody because. you know yesterday to be the people who were there down after live just don't forget the door shut but after all his controversial statements we caught up with mr kline with my statement i want to start in on this if a is about this issue that
we have in germany and that is a very good provoke a symbol for that because many women or in germany and in your opening that they keep out something exotic or not not in the area but i would say i'm here to show our solidarity with the jewish community in germany and elsewhere but why i'm here and it worked though the attention was mixed for me it's like. what i said it's like a disney land show i don't need you and you would to where we keep our that i do know that you are with me you know i am not wearing a cross that you would think that i'm with the oh i with you if you need me 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 rail friendship association not to a protestant he agreed with it's
a matter of solidarity because we don't like. statements like for critics claim it is it is not just for show it is a sign of religion it's the same sorry. for instance a solution to. this is it covers their heads and so on so whoever wants to keep or should do it days after the germany wears keep our event it's still unclear whether jews should wear it to power 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 refreshing our t.v. reporting from the early. hours still to come today muslims all over the world are celebrating the end of the holy month of ramadan we'll have a look at a more detailed process of the stories tell you just after the break.
so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race. and spearing dramatic development only. exist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical. to sit down and talk. to put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. i want to. let you go right to be close this is what the 43 of them all can't be good. interested always in the waters. there should. be noticed
more trust. building up everywhere it's true you're not paranoid it's actually happening. all over again i need left leaning news site the daily beast is facing criticism for disclosing the identity. of a man they claim to be behind a video of us high speaker nancy pelosi altered to make her look drunk person they targeted denies his involvement was not the 1st time the media has doc someone on the right. expects. the mainstream american press is at the top of its game digging into dirt and exposing nefarious activities the latest case a meme of nancy pelosi slow down to make it look as if she was drunk and i told
this to the room when he came in and made that statement that he walked in and i tell this to the room when he came in and made that statement that he walked out and it was not a vast foreign conspiracy to undermine nancy pelosi is reputation after all it was just a guy from the bronx and the fact that mainstream media gave this so much attention drew some criticism the justification is being offered by rank closing journalists to justify a major media outlet have been investigated docs and exposed in anonymous the labor for the crime of posting a mocking video of nancy pelosi almost more important than the journalistic bowling itself exclusive must credit daily beast we know the jerks who docs some random clicks the mainstream media was very happy to celebrate the work of the man who outed the source of the menacing me in a lot of people on twitter saying you already are responsible for outing him i think he out of them self you know by attaching his name to several fake news sites
that then push the video wait a 2nd doesn't c.n.n. have a bit of a record when it comes to outing the sources of memes and putting them in modern day stocks c.n.n. is not publishing hand. name because he's a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of an apology showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all of his offending posts and because he said he's not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again in addition he said he statements could serve as an example to others not to do the same sin and reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change you would think they'd be a little more outraged when actual news organizations do this kind of thing right like what a local. seattle news station distorted footage of president trump or like want to statement from president trump was taken out of context to give the impression that he was calling all immigrants animals in reality he was pretty obviously referring
only to the members of criminal gangs at this point mainstream media is not going after its colleagues who engage in biased reporting or distort facts instead it's got its eyes on average americans who make the wrong move online what we're seeing this is not journalism these are hit pieces these are people who have taken it personally they're not a part of the journalistic desire to find the truth to investigate to talk to people to have multiple sources now no no no this is about going after people who may dare to be either supportive of trump may be considered raises or whatever it is it's become personal it's become lynch mobs it's become inciting a riot anybody out there this is for you a lesson if you think it's funny if you want to put up some that dares now i mean mcgann's trump please we will help you we will promoted we will read tweet you all
day long. time more than a 1000000000 muslims around the world are celebrating the end of ramadan today if you took marks the end of the month long. rules of gathering pace here in moscow as well as these don't cotton reports. 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 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 beginning when the sun reaches about 2 meters over the horizon an ending when it reaches the meridian and of course on this holiday there's lots of tasty food to be had the different types of foods vary but between countries but desserts and sweets are pretty much a 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 sell 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 so tomorrow evening. reporting in moscow for us so that's how things are looking safe today but back again to stay about.
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announced it would continue to support the syrian government in its pushing to leave the last rebel held problems in the country trump took to his twitter feed and announced hearing word that russia syria and to a lesser extent iran are bombing the hell out of the elite province and syria and indiscriminately killing many innocent civilians the world is watching this butchery what is the purpose what will it get you stop. a satellite box it's capitalized up and while no one no one wants to see innocent people killed by vaporize donald trump in the united states. are hardly in any kind of position to criticize another country's bombing of civilians for the last 60 years we've been the world heavyweight champion of bombing civilians despite our best efforts to cook the books and when i say cook the books i mean who can forget that obama era drone war jam of any military age male in a strike zone must be
a combatant technique of counting civilian casualties and it's because of that i think it's time we turn off the stove take those books out of the fryer and see just how big a glass house we are all living in as we start watching the hawks. get the. real deal with. the baathists if you. like you know that i got. the. critics. welcome on the watching dogs i robot you don't have. to have there's a lot of stones and glasshouses these days lot being thrown around yeah.