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it was. making history becomes the 1st time a sitting u.s. president. was there for a. meeting with its leader but sanctions remain something that previously led to a stalemate. i'm looking forward to taking a walk i don't want to screw it i'm looking forward to. a trade war ceasefire between the u.s. and china and positive steps in relations with moscow and washington. a few heads. meeting was good and businesslike we discussed the whole of interest to russia and united states and we had a discussion really great actually we had a great discussion. a tremendous discussion.
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and the last stage the time to save the iran nuclear deal european signatories launch a new payment system to bypass u.s. sanctions on the islamic republic. he watching the weekly on the line from our moscow studio with me welcome to the program. president makes history becoming the 1st sitting u.s. leader to enter north korea he briefly stepped across the border while meeting the north's leader kim jong un for an impromptu summit between the past. and didn't get together would actually happen right until the last moment but the leaders shook hands across the border the korean demilitarized zone one of the most heavily fortified borders in the world kim said he was. prize that donald trump's offer to
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meet was announced on twitter going on to say that charms presence there was a great sign of willingness for relations to improve trump himself described it as a great honor. since my honor. i didn't really expect just be repaired the g 20 we came over. here i was told. we got 3 steps to get. out of the record. they went on to hold talks behind closed doors for almost an hour according to president trump they agreed to restart negotiations on north korea denuclearization that stalled earlier this year but sanctions something which has led to a stalemate in the past will for now remain in place to strangle our members some for look i'm looking forward to taking the more i don't like sanctions we're going to skirt trade i'm looking forward to the sanctions remain but at some point during the negotiation things are going to happen and that's what we'll be talking about
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economic and financial sanctions on north korea were imposed after his 1st nuclear test in 2006 the u.n. security council trade restrictions focused on pyongyang's military and also hit the assets of individuals involved in its nuclear program u.s. has added to that list and imposed further punitive sanctions pyongyang says its nuclear weapons safeguard is its existence pointing to u.s. military bases in south korea and the large scale war games they frequently hold. the 2 leaders have met twice in the past 12 months their 1st summit was held in singapore last year and the 2nd meeting was in hanoi vietnam in february the u.s. wants to north korea reach an agreement on destroying its whole arsenal and then its development program north korea wants the removal of punitive sanctions in return but neither of those early meetings could find a compromise the last one and a properly hong kong based a political scientist joseph chang thinks that sanctions are the most current
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tensions part of the talks last sunday the 3rd this year not at t. march exactly because of. the relations exactly because of dominance from the naacp or poles anything new you see the crux of the issue is the strong and the massage and demands of the universe the ball and there is fire bow dealing corrosion on the part of before it will consider the look in the ascensions this is not it sucked the ball from huge in one's own kindle and circling one some intermediate are agreements some kind of. 3 by stage are agreements so much so that bees are shown lifting of the sanctions can be achieved within a very very short period of time but not all nor strong indicator from on
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from are ready and willing to make the kind of step. want to play matic efforts now this time between moscow and washington president putin and trump agreed to hold a new arms control talks and america and iran says a trade war truce with china the g 20 summit which wrapped up and sustained japan seems to find out some of the tensions facing the world and. for us. you may like it or not but the g 20 you round table is in the big attention grabber the reality is that everyone is keen to know what happens at the so-called buyouts and the one that the media was hungry for the most happen on friday the face to face between donald trump and vladimir putin's one and a half hours behind closed doors or wait the journalists were there just for
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a little bit at the very beginning not to the delight of mr trump is going. to be going. to a cleese trying to make american journalists leave him alone on one particular matter donald trump said this is. going to. be. a very good. day soon after time after time the president's kept repeating how happy they war with how they got along with the meeting was good and businesslike we discussed the whole area of issues which are of interest to russia and the united staes we spoke about their economic relations russia sees that american businesses are interested in
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developing better relations with russia we had a discussion we had a great actually we had a good discussion president putin most of it was really. there's discussion i can see trade going out with russia we could do fantastically well we do very little trade with russia which is ridiculous frankly so from now on the top diplomats of russia and america will be working together on a new framework for global arms control plus the administrations agree to join afterwards to boost mutual trade and donald trump is considering coming to moscow in may next year he was invited there for the victory day celebrations another leader who got an invitation by the kremlin was emanuel macron and we found out here and saw mr mccraw and won't have a problem with saying hello when he comes to russia.
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so as you can see great vibes that that late night meeting to like when putin was with you case to resume a for the 1st time in 3 years london is set to remain an cold war mode with moscow the good news though is those who were in panic mode because of us china trade wars can breathe with relief for now we're going to continue the negotiation we agreed that i would not be putting tariffs on the $325000000000.00 that i would have the ability to put it on if i wanted i have a tremendous relationship with president nobody else would have the deal that we were getting tens of billions of dollars from china coming in and deed donald trump xi jinping bilad worked its magic no new import tariffs for the time being and
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further talks to try and and the trade wars all together now everyone who is really making this planet spin angle all mara. mohamed. who by the way heard for the 1st time from donald trump that washington wasn't treating fairly sometimes got their fair share of headline making buyouts and we as journalists got to notice quite a few amusing moments here and also. the
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opinion has launched a new payment system aimed at helping its fans bypass u.s. sanctions on iran brussels is at odds with washington after the us. land. strict trade restrictions. called the european financial settlement mechanism all in stack's washington threatens to sanction any country that buys oil from iran iran responded by increasing its production of low. and threatens to produce near weapons grade levels if it's not the u.s. sanctions. america's campaign of maximum pressure on iran doesn't and that iran's foreign minister violating international law and resorting to politics with his
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threats to obliterate iran. president. the united nations road through force. on tuesday trying to threaten iran with obliteration of taran and tax anything american when asked about the possibility of a war with iran he boasted that it would be a quick affair but said that he doesn't want one on friday the u.s. sent a more stealth fighters to the persian gulf adding to the military deployment already there the president of iraq has spoken out against this he won one that he will not allow the u.s. to use his country to launch any kind of military action against neighboring countries the american troops the coalition troops in iraq again have been the tension of the iraqi government for the specific exclusive mission of fighting isis we do not want to be a staging post for any hostile action against any of our neighbors including iran
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the u.s. secretary of state they are things it won't come down to anything that the united states has done if war breaks out. america's do everything it can to be ask away if there is conflict there is war if there is a connecticut cuba it will be because the arabians made that choice the pressure or the approach that the americans or their allies have had toward iran has impact that this behavior iran now we are in this coalition more than the region as a result of the united states withdrawal from the nuclear deal and then followed by the maximum pressure against iran on the one side we are seeing the americans talking about the goetia on the other hand you are using military threats as well as economic war against the country this shows inconsistency as well as i think i'm bigoted in their policies because i think donald trump is enjoying advisors who have conflict of viewpoints towards iran and other international issues and
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this has caused this broad chaos to the white house in relation and is of iran the solution in the region needs cooperation and talks and diplomacy between different sides in the region this is the argument of iran. conservative investigative group a project very task has been banned from video portal due to violation of community guidelines it comes just days after the group posted a new probe into control and the way the search engine alters its algorithms to direct content to uses the video includes an interview with a whistleblower and a secret be filmed conversation with a company executive. just. a word it's a great little. hearing a day like this every day will these. be forced to be
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charged with the same techniques. each either subsidiary of google also banned the video link now shows a blank screen with a message stating it has broken privacy rules shoot down of a scene filming for. it's a household name for everything searched online it hosts those stupid videos you watch when the boss is not looking and there's a new service coming in 2020 electing the u.s. president at least according to activists from project very to us who say they interviewed an insider from google club in 2016 the couple did a complete one. what they thought was important for the. important. work. because of there's a lot of. bruce and some thoughts. and so we.
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start policing our users because we don't want it to happen i'll call. you sure can search on google but who said anything about finding according to the documents which are alleged to have come from the same anonymous insider the algorithms will move down those results they deem quote unfair and trust me google's algorithms on voting for trump this document is about algorithmic unfairness it reads quote for example imagine that a google image query for c.e.o.'s shows predominantly men even if it were a factually accurate representation of the world it would be algorithmic unfairness for the time to. see
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the slow. down of balances out. google secretly adding filters for its search is like a loan shark heading interest points in the finest of prints at the bottom of a 100 page document except google does that in invisible ink but search is by far not the only tool in google's arsenal a web browser smartphone. tablets laptops p.c.'s an operating system for phones tablets and smart t.v.'s the world's best seller that as over 2 and a half 1000000000 active users monthly google can tinker with any of those any time at its whim and apparently it plans to do so including to their head of responsible innovation god would get it was right. for you should. be a good day was nothing like it is.
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now how's that for innovation or how's that for don't be evil how's that for do the right thing actual slogans google promises to abide to proudly but why not play god when it's totally the right thing it's pretty scary they they are also research results to match their definition of fairness because it just in a matter of a few people say is what they deem is dear and what they deem isn't fair really their fairness term is kind of a smokescreen like the person was seen in video the id etc scene is more about their particular political viewpoints google they are published in certain stories dear curating new specifically for the actual goal of not having a particular person in the white house that it's clear election interference with google is doing is way way way more damaging and actually legitimate compared to
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the rush of conspiracy theories that have been floating around and the executive filmed by a project very task claims the video is nonsense and says she has no connection to the projects discussed all the king's imprecisely which. i washing powder and bird sponsored outrage in pakistan by china taking a traditional values and promoting gender equality the story angle after the break . you know world of big. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bath shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle
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for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks. manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling class is a project. we can all middle of the room. welcome back to the week the un special rapporteur on torture has once again highlighted his concerns of the case of cheeriness on which this week he accused
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the media of ignoring the alleged inhumane treatment of the wiki leaks founder by refusing to publish an article he wrote about his findings that miles argues that has been slanted to divert attention from the revelations that wiki leaks helped exposed he also says the whistleblower has been deprived of his fundamental rights and suffered full fledged psychological torture in his time in the ecuadorian embassy in london mr meltzer told us why he thought the media had refused to publish his article some of them said it wasn't high enough on their news agenda some of them said that it was not within their core area of interest but you know there have been reporting all of them on the case of doing a song when it was about his cat and his skateboard and kind of the allegations that he smeared excrement on the walls but when you have a serious piece that actually tries to do you musk this is public narrative to
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actually show the facts below it then the modern trysted. genocide is currently serving a 50 week sentence in the u.k. for schiphol bail i can trying to 12 is also expected to face a us extradition hearing in february next year. last month mr meltzer highlighted aside his prison conditions as a major concern there was a blow as was said to show an alarming deterioration in his mental and physical state responded by saying not so i was wrong to interfere and should leave it to british courts to make their judgments. on the suffering your innocence has faced i knew that i was going to get into a very politicized environment when i visited didn't know him before so i took with me to experienced medical experts of psychiatry and a forensic expert and have worked for decades in examining the quarter of victims just to go to the objective scientific medical basis for my assessment and they found this person who shows all the symptoms the rhetorical for
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a person who has been exposed to prolonged psychological torture he has been exposed to public more being now that's a slippery slope you know who will be in a debate when it's 2 sided more being basically something like mudslinging that's not torture yet but when you start exposing a isolated individual who cannot defend himself to a sustained campaign of shaming of humiliation of ridicule of even death threats and calls for his assassination and he's completely isolated then that can cause severe psychological trauma and r.t. sort comment from the news media listed by neil's meltzer asking them why the article wasn't published and will show you the response as soon as we get them. now washing powder adverts has triggered a gender equality around pakistan after consumer goods giant procter and gamble opted to show women taking on traditionally male roles.
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commercial has plenty of reaction on social media with some people even calling on authorities to take action against the bottled boycott burial where muslim and we love our culture or religion and our rituals the government should take strict action against ariel brand i miss my request to all my dear pakistanis that please boycott ariel a soon as possible because religion comes 1st and this is our responsibility to protect our religion boycotts ariel prime minister of pakistan we want ariel cloth washing detergents banned in pakistan immediately for driving and spreading anti islamic campaigns through media. we asked
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a number of experts whether the detergent was trying to push the boundaries of social norms in pakistan. i don't think it's a big us companies job to insert themselves into pakistani culture if it was women speaking up against their own culture that would be one thing but i feel that it's very wrong for a western company to come in and insert themselves in a culture that maybe isn't adapted the same way that american culture has in a lot of these women it has been their position and their desire to see a change within their country their desire has been for women to have more rights to you know education to financial stability financial empowerment that's come from within the culture so for these women to be on the commercial simply gives them a platform to add enhanced their voice that they've already been using this kirshner may set back that agenda this commercial may set back that initiative for
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these women this commercial may create children are you married at the age of would it be a gallon can it be i understand how much but we're not sure brady and jane are going to have marilyn company in jail getting them so i know are willing to you know why why you came saying how i see any women i think they're really pushing the envelope when they're dealing with sharia law and just like i don't want sharia law to come here to america and take over my western american values i don't necessarily think i think it's very confrontational to go into a country that does have shari'a and insert western values there has never in the history and i'm just wondering is if you're going to acknowledge that any type of knowledge that without women in america who are willing to speak you're not going to acknowledge if we were in america in the 1928 it were not about women sitting up it was not america up against not america if we were in america at its peak you would tell that it is and not to marilyn to speak up against slavery because it
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would put people at risk of being lynched. i'll be back around 30 minutes time with multiple updates to stay with us. my son doing drugs my nephews was still in drugs my sister just with doing drugs it was like an epidemic of drug abuse america's public enemy number one in the united states is drug abuse which we started going after the users in the prison population who are we started treating sick people people who are addicted to these drugs like criminals while i was on the hill we became the war on drugs. there are countless number of people who are in prison for. a long
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sentence and for minor minor offenders in the drug trade it's a lot watching your children grow up and miss you in waves and say by daddy as you're walking out of this it's just it doesn't get easier. i think the reason that they have now that attacking iran so far it's not that they didn't want but i would say that they couldn't do it as thinking of a short and quick war with iraq but i would say that that would not be the case trump said that if they wanted to they would have killed about $150.00 people in the brain inside but the question comes to me is that america is a time a country in the past by nuclear bombs do they really care about killing 150 people .
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as of 2013 the pet food industry was dominated by only 5 more titan glamour companies. you know when a consumer walks into a store it's easy to assume that there is a vast array of choices for their dog or cat and the ability to choose that one perfect food. but just how different are these choices and what's really going on inside of those bags is what's inside really as healthy as the shiny outside
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labeling would have you believe. it. to. be a miscarriage back or in an integrated veterinarian carry bourbonnais illinois. this is a commercially available raw food diet this is what i am i'm also going to give the boys had a. great 1st approach. is it the time for dire. thing is it.
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if. so there's a problem in the pet food industry and most pet owners aren't aware that there's a problem and unless you. i have an interest in digging deeper and finding out what those issues are you can go through your whole life eating the exact same food assuming what you're doing is healthier pat and once you start digging the evidence becomes overwhelming that the industry has significant issues. the human animal relationship is deeply embedded in our society. it is estimated that 80000000 dogs are in the united states with 96000000 cats. americans alone has been an estimated $60000000000.00 on pet expenses every year and that number is growing exponentially. it's always a 1st of all the buy something your pet will watch something that will make them happy and live a help you.


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