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good. landing in rome shortly on his 1st visit to italy since euro skeptics came to power both sides spoke of the strength of bilateral ties head of the trip also to come this hour russia's defense minister says the fire which claimed the lives of 14 sailors in a deep sea submersible broke out in the 1st battery compartment he also gave assurances to the subs nuclear energy installation is secure and around mourns the u.s. not to start a fire it can and if it can't handle the consequences after trump warned the islamic republic not some play with fire by increasing its uranium enrichment. very know what they're doing they know what the airplane will i think they're playing
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with fire for the u.s. to do correct it's mistake washington is afraid of the word fire if you can start one. and germany is in the grip of a heat wave and it's also sparked a crime wave including a large punch up at a swimming pool. hello there good afternoon you're watching r.t. international now russia's president vladimir putin is expected to land in rome in a couple of hours time where he will meet with his italian counterpart and also pop into the vatican 2 for a chat with the pope talking to journalists ahead of the trip though he did stress the special time tested relations between italy and also russia reporting from rome . this is going to be a visit of 2 states within just a couple of hours but in terms of political intrigues here's what's the most
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important thing the last time a lot of our putin was here was in 2015 and ever since then the euro skeptics took over the government in rome known for their criticism of the european economic policies including anti russian sanctions and it is known that trade between italy and russia was booming just before the sanctions kicked in mr putin is saying that sanctions can only be lifted if the will comes from both ways and at the moment we're not seeing any of that from the european union as for the removal of sanctions i have spoken on the subject time and time again the one behind the sanctions is the one to take the 1st step i'm talking about the european union after that russia will be able to repeal its countermeasures it is our hope that common sense will eventually prevail and europe will prioritize suits own interests
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rather than follow instructions given by somebody else now on the other hand as the italian prime minister mr cowen today said that no matter how much rome at this point was willing to lift the sanctions with the general policy still go in that same direction it is very unlikely at this point. unilateral actions within the framework of the current european mechanism would not produce any result even for russia that is why we are working to involve all parties in a constructive dialogue however mr putin is still reminded that italy remains russia's 5th largest trading partner and he believes that the economic ties between the 2 countries will be on the rise he also pointed out that within the last year russia italy investments both ways were worth billions of dollars so during this visit we are expecting
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a number of agreements or contracts possibly to be signed now going back to that interview the journalists couldn't help asking once again about the alleged attempts by russia to meddle in elections everywhere including europe now here's what the russian leader responded to that let me emphasize we have never interfered in the internal affairs of the european union member states or any other states and we are not going to this is what makes us markedly different from the u.s. and some of its allies which for instance supported the coup d'etat in ukraine in february 2014 just before meeting the most senior italian officials vladimir putin will get to be welcomed by pope francis at the vatican we don't know what exactly they're going to talk about however just a short while ago the adviser to the russian president told the journalists that the views and approaches of the kremlin and the vatican are either close or identical plus there's a bit of an intrigue in terms of something else last time the russian leader and
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the head of the roman catholic church met they exchanged gifts a lot of them gave the pope a painting and an exchange she got a medallion known as the angel of peace so let's have a look if there will be any gifts this time around. germany is in the grip of a heatwave at the moment and it does seem to be driving people to be crazy to be leading to everything from public nudity to mass violence at swimming pools as paid to all of a pool. the heat wave that's being roasting parts of europe has seen some here in germany fall foul of the law take the smoke paid riding brandenburg for example he received a caution from the police after his attempts to feel the breeze saw him decide to write his ski to it with no clothes on but the behavior of some in germany's public swimming pools has been far more concerning at outdoor pool in distilled or so
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hundreds involved in a mouse brawl last weekend it started when a group of young men became embroiled in an argument with a family police to be cold and deploy the pet this spring a witness described the scene there was a huge crowd of teenagers who were causing trouble around here they made those men with children cry police to escort the family away from the scene and authorities ordered that the pool be closed and said they didn't know too much about the identities of those behind the violence. colleagues described the group as african looking at the incident and dissolute office fall from the only one to have taken place in germany in the last month here in lynn coutts at the entry to a public swimming pool the place to be called there over in munich $150.00 teenage is rioted in the bavarian capital in western germany for
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a french fry stand so around 20 people involved in a brawl in which chairs and trust accounts were used as weapons gassing cack in a 23 year old man he required emergency said you have to being stopped following a dispute that began in a swimming pool and. pepper spray was again deployed after another bus brawl in many of the incidents police and witnesses reported that those involved were from a migrant background leading to quick. students about integration that's nothing to do with us says the federal office for migration refugees we have the wrong contact in relation to the facts below it is not the task of the federal office to comment on the situation in german outdoor swimming pools with the warm weather set to continue for a little while yet police pool security will be hoping that while the mercury rises
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tempers stay cool these are all over r.t. berlin. iran has told the u.s. that it shouldn't start a fire if it's not willing to deal with the consequences that's after donald trump warned the islamic republic not to play with fire it was responding to terrans announcement that it will increase its production of low enriched uranium beyond the limits imposed by the 2015 nuclear deal shoes. from july 7th on wards the level of enrichment will not be at 3.67 percent and you will know what to do if they go with the airplane when they think they're playing with fire the best thing for the us to do so correct is mistake if washington is afraid of the word fire you can start one. on the spot began when washington withdrew from the nuclear deal and imposed harsh sanctions on iran after a year of escalating tensions to run has now said it will no longer feel banned by the terms of the deal either iran says that's because of
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a signature piece to it including france germany and the u.k. haven't done enough to keep the deal alive here in r.t. guess debated who's really playing with fire. well i really think that president try to look him in the mirror and see that he fails to see this moral let alone defiant that he himself has ignited with is irrational confrontation our policy toward iran mr thompson is wrong he's at his hawkish advisors are wrong the u.s. is iran policy is. former vice president joe biden the self-inflicted disaster iran violated the c.p.o. way on many occasions and it was only a stopping point on their ultimate desire to to enrich uranium to. develop a nuclear missile program and they continue to do it right after before and right
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after the signing of that agreement that agreement was never worth more than the paper was written on it's not nonsense it's absolutely true you know it and you're very skilled at the art of project obviously haven't read the i.a.e.a. reading or she has been doing 1515 i am reports confirming iran's full compliance with this honoris obligations we did busy. you obviously haven't bothered to read even one single one of them otherwise you would not say that iran has violated any of 2016 nuclear twenty's not only at the. audit did want the water for you to know that the united states purchased heavy water from iran prior to mr trump tearing up the recursion via you're violating your way by continuing to produce its obligations you can lie all you like on their on their i haven't even read that agreement i'm sorry sir are you are you to 1st go and read listen iran is
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a riot is it meant for you to show up on a t.v. show people of iran do not like the regime nobody outside iran likes the regime and you know one day it will fall that's not the stated policy of president trump but one day this regime. or who are the ones that were mining the wall tankers in the gulf that was the who shot down the the the drawn there was in international waters that was the rainy and mom illegitimate bob regime and all they're doing is is now that they're on their own a great deal of strain when they when they received $150000000000.00 in the wake of signing the g.c. p.r. way gingerly is not a full blow pledge treaty it was just agree with president obama and president trump every legal right to withdraw from it and we came very close to get on just 2 weeks ago unfortunately reason prevailed partly because of trump sudden discovery of iran and the terror in capabilities that even a limited strike could
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a snowball into you know all out warfare in god thing us is allies in the region and hopefully that will serve as a wake up call to trant to step back from its confrontation our policy come back to the table that the us left unilaterally and you know resume diplomacy with iran because the us has approached right now is anti diplomacy and provocative and warmongering. saudi arabia's latest effort to look more liberal pastry backfired riyad some vita popular american hip hop singer known for her provocative style to perform and nick although that has upset some.
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oh well acuminata is going to perform in saudi arabia. imagine waking up from a female congress and the 1st thing. to be musical festival in saudi arabia i don't think i woke up in some parallel universe. she's going to go and shake her all her songs are decent about sex. and then you tell me to where they are by and why people proceed while thousands of saudi women can't even get out to get their basic needs thanks to the saudi government the saudi government is bringing him in ash to show the rest of the world hey we are an open minded country. because. the crown prince how much and still man
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has actually been trying to use kind of these stunts or these very superficial changes that are not organic to saudi arabian society at all or to what it means to be a woman in saudi arabia it is kind of a silly image to imagine that the women attending the nicki minaj concert are actually fully sales and wearing full length ropes society doesn't really they're not buying into this so-called attempt to modernize sort of society in this way i think that this basically includes relates the problem with the rule of the crown prince of example the decision mission of hypotheses somebody who has made absolutely. no real changes during the entire time that he has been rudely as exactly the ruler of saudi arabia at the same time we all know about the scandal with questions you've asked your war on yemen oaklands of human rights abuses these are all continuing how bizarre it is attempting to do these very basic theory we
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need to this gestures to kind of feed them a few of them to their local audience so to come over the next few minutes donald trump has tweeted that migrants should simply stop coming if they don't like the conditions at u.s. detention centers but as a new poll does find that most americans think the situation at the southern border does constitute a crisis that story in full in a couple of. what politicians do. they put themselves on the line they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president and you. want to be rich. to be
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corrupt that's what it looks like 3 in the morning can't be good. interested always in the water. public especially younger generation. with just because. they failed was a democratic reforms are very risky. economic reforms as well and when the sitting in the parliament german parliament of georgia it made people simply mad to know because everyone realizes that this government has failed with everything in some russian combest to take. anybody independence was actually.
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to get more information has come to light about the underwater tragedy in northwestern russia 14 crew members crew members died when their submersible. this week russia's defense minister has now revealed where the planes stopped. mr. solution the main cause of the incident has been established it was a fire in the battery compartment which then spread a little. the reactor on the vessel is completely isolated and the area has been cleared of people the crew carried out all the necessary measures to protect the installation it is fully operational this gives us hope that we will be able to repair the vessel in a fairly short time. the atmosphere here in the city of moments because gloomy it's in the air it's in people's faces the expressions you'll be hard pressed to find a family here and more months without relatives or
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a sailor in the navy so the strategy has struck everyone personally it has really affected people here over russia there are commemorative services being held in churches all over russia people expressing their condolences laying flowers we've had condolences pouring in internationally the pope has expressed his sincere condolences to those that died in this incident those that suffered in this unfortunate incident to raise it may the prime minister of u.k. of the u.k. expressed her condolences as well what was especially striking about this unfortunate incident was that out of the 1414 sailors who died 7 of them of captains 2 of them heroes of the russian federation all professionals all high ranking decorated veterans of the navy we've learned about the incident itself as well it happened aboard a military deep sea scientific research vessel it was out in the barents sea off
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the coast of mormons conducting scientific research on the earth's hydras freo when a fire broke out and one of the compartments the crew acted professionally story they began fighting the flames they evacuated a civilian. representative that was onboard shut the hatch behind them in order to prevent the fire from spreading in consuming the rest of the submersible perhaps killing their colleagues the other crew members that survived and unfortunately they got the fire under control but they perished juta asphyxiation. mariners acted heroically in a critical situation from a compartment that was engulfed in fire they 1st evacuated a civilian industry representative then close the hatch behind him to prevent the fire from spreading throughout the deepwater vessel the head of russia's navy is now personally in charge of carrying out an investigation of the last 2 weeks it
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established what happened how it happened and who was responsible the 14 sailors who acted heroically heroically in order to save their colleagues and the vessel itself the submersible will all be presented to the state all as vladimir putin is being kept up to date on the investigation itself and the state has promised to support all the support it can offer to the relatives of those who perished in this unfortunate tragedy. but ghastlier for that report now with the migrant crisis at the border between the u.s. and mexico intensifying donald trump has tweeted a simple solution if illegal immigrants are unhappy was the conditions in the quickly built or refitted to detention centers just tell them not to come all problem solved democrats though do say that trump is part of the problem and not the solution they hold him responsible for the dire conditions border detention
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centers and also the migrant deaths trump has responded saying that the democrats aren't doing enough to deter people from coming meanwhile a new poll has found that the line share of americans do believe the situation at the southern border constitutes a crisis of more pain as more. the border crisis in the united states is taking a turn with the volume getting significantly louder at this point we've got amnesty international accusing both the u.s. department of justice and the department of homeland security of targeting immigration activists amnesty international has found since 28 scene that the united states government has executed and unlawful and politically motivated complain of intimidation threats harassment and criminal investigations against people who defend the human rights of migrants refugees and asylum seekers or migrant human rights offenders on the us mexico border international organizations have already spoken up about the treatment of migrants but now we've got american
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politicians jumping in rockstar freshman congresswoman alexandria a cow 0 cortez has gone to the border and created a firestorm with her words about the conditions in the facilities in that last post so really i was not sure from the officers that but we started a i was unconscionable. no child should ever be separated from their parents no woman should ever be locked up in a pan now conservative outlets have a very different version of events they say she had a meltdown at the guards and refused to actually take a tour representative alexandre. screamed at federal law enforcement agents in a threatening manner during a visit to a u.s. border patrol facility in el paso texas monday afternoon and refused to tour the facility according to 2 people who admits to a o. c. says that migrants are not being provided with proper water and being told to drink
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out of toilets if they are thirsty they put them in the room with no running water and these women were being told by c.b.p. officers to drink out of the toilets they were drinking water out of the toilet and that was them no one with a compression. visit was coming that was this is c.b.p. on their best behavior telling people to think out of the toilet now border patrol agents say this is simply not the case we we don't treat people that we provide fresh water we provide food we provide sanitary in sanitary busy items as well busy as. items for bathing and personal hygiene and that's are you saying that she's lying i'm telling you what we do so the question now is do these facilities get more money republicans are saying that if the department of homeland security had more money the conditions inside the facilities detaining migrants would actually improve democrats are saying however that they do not want to spend another dime on
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inhumane facilities detaining migrants after i forced myself into a cell with women and began speaking to them one of them described their treatment at the hands of officers as sekulow warfare waking them at odd hours for no reason calling them etc tell me what about that is due to a lack of funding as has been standard in american social wars as of late both sides accuse the other of being un-american treasonous and totalitarian furthermore to contrary narratives of what actually happened when a o.c. visited the facility have been put through word and believed by the respective constituencies. was very little it is not easy laving all the ladies come passion. and. now everyone agrees that there is
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a humanitarian crisis on the us border with people fleeing drug gangs in extreme poverty and corpses being discovered on an almost daily basis however the problem is not being solved while politicians trade insults. r.t. new york and that. is the news for this hour thanks for watching always good to have you company were back again it's opening. up. a little.
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