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i. have stated my pompei announces new sanctions on iran and rams home his support for the ongoing mass protests in the country it's back bike using america destroying its economy and inciting riots united states will terminate the sanctions were related to the nuclear facility at fordo we don't expect anything else from mr compared to disgrace he defends the maximum pressure regime and imposition of sanctions on iran. and a major policy overhaul of the us causes outrage by declaring that it no longer these israeli settlements in the occupied west bank as illegal and activists in the u.k. raise concerns about domestic abuse survivors taking part in the country's upcoming elections it's claimed that for a just trying to vote could put their lives in danger by making their personal data
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public. good morning welcome 11 o'clock here in moscow you're watching r.t. international now the u.s. secretary of state has announced that washington will impose sanctions on iran's 4 nuclear facility you also repeated to his support for the ongoing protests in the country hit back by accusing the u.s. of stirring up unrest united states will terminate the sanctions were related to the nuclear facility at fordo people enjoy a better future when their government begins to respect. basic human rights abandons its revolutionary. posture and its destabilizing foreign policy in the region and simply like. if you strange the united states and its officials who have committed the greatest of crimes by imposing much pressure and the tougher
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sanctions on iran are communicating to the iranian people that they support these protests we don't expect anything else from mr disgracefully defense the maximum pressure regime and imposition of sanctions on iran the unrest broke out after a surprise 50 percent hike in fuel prices which was announced on friday. at least a dozen cities with buildings than the lies of iran's supreme leader the ukrainian government said the revenue would be to help the less well off it comes with the country in the grip of a deep economic crisis aggravated by tough u.s. sanctions reports the trumpet ministration seems jubilant about the recent protests in iran. the people of iran almost a year and a half ago the united states is with you now the protests are being driven by the economic situation g.d.p. growth projections are down by 9.5 percent inflation is it 40 percent and
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unemployment is at 16 percent and rising but it was a 15 percent increase in the price of fuel that sparked the recent turmoil. now an economic squeeze like that is bound to get people upset but why is iran in such poor shape well donald trump has a lot to do with it in 2015 the international community agreed to lift a decades old sanctions in response to an agreement. that was reached about iran's peaceful nuclear energy program but then along came donald trump he decided to pull out of the nuclear agreement he says that iran broke the spirit of the deal however international observers say that iran fully complied as of today i can state that
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iran is implementing its. commitments after pulling out of the deal the trump administration began imposing sanctions on iran intended to wreck their economy accusing iran of quote destabilizing activities around the region the usa even threatened to impose sanctions on other countries that dared to buy iranian oil anyone doing business with iran will not be doing business with the united states i'm asking for world peace nothing less. weare ready to impose sanctions on any activity subject there's directions after the iran nuclear deal in 2015 iran was exporting roughly $2500000.00 barrels of oil per day now that number is down to roughly 200000 in a country where the economy is centered around state run oil exports that's a pretty big financial loss and it has been detrimental cuts in fuel subsidies and other benefits for the population had to be made so i don't know to operate. and
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made a decision for the country based on expert assessments and this decision must be executed. but according to donald trump working to economically ruin iran makes him the best friend of the iranian people nothing says i love you like bleeding someone dry as cool nations to support iran's people as they struggled to reclaim. their religious and rights is. today i want to deliver a message to the long suffering people of iran. the people of america stand with you will be arrayed in people return to the nations proud roots as a center of civilization culture and wealth where their people can be happy and prosperous once again the united states throughout the reigning in history has always been against democracy i mean the united states was the country together
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with britain that instigated the 1000 the rule against democratically elected mohamed side there right now it's no different i mean the united states has imposed a very severe sanctions on iran which is 1st a lot of ordinary people so coming out and saying that they support these people is hypocritical in the sense that if you do support these people then you wouldn't sanction them so hard that you know they are having difficulty. with their normal lives. well as tensions rise in iran a new documentary by the red fish media group the impact of decades of u.s. sanctions on the economy and on the grass which will be there in the right kind or nice if it toughest sanctions ever imposed by the us or a country. feeling a little bit of knowledge about. the sanctions are intended to cause pain.
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so i will take this course to the war in iraq is too powerful for i have the right and our allies across the reacher. the mother nature of war to being the shoulder mounted on 0 clinical matter beyond. that. and you can watch that documentary in full this friday the red fish channel. i might also provoked outrage by announcing a reversal of a decades old stance on israeli settlements in the west bank he said they do not necessarily violate international law the settlements are on territory occupied by israel since the 1967 middle east war one of the most contentious issues in the conflict between israel and palestine. the u.s.
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administration has lost its credibility to play any future role in the peace process the statements of secretary pompey constitute a total jip departure of the us administration interests of a trauma administration or from international law the role of law so regardless by beautiful means they are replacing international law or the law of the jungle settlements in occupied palestine are a blatant violation of international law and un security council resolutions they're an illegal action that will kill 2 state solution jordan's position in condemning them is unwavering we warn against dangerous consequences of the us change of position on settlements on middle east peace plan all settlement activity is illegal under international law and it erodes the viability of the 2 state solution and the prospects for a lasting peace. well for decades the u.s. regarded the settlements as inconsistent with international law and that is still
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the view of much of the international community which does cite the 4th geneva convention washington's change of stance contradiction humorous un resolutions and international human rights conventions and is the latest controversial move by the trumpet ministration concerning israel recognized israeli sovereignty over the golan heights territory we seized from syria in 1967 and then formally an ex-pat in 1901 and washington is also broke with international consensus to buy formally recognizing jerusalem as israel's capital decisions widely condemned including by the un when the u.s. announced the embassy relocation violent protests erupted with israeli forces killing dozens of students we asked police commentator amir oren what the implications of the latest decision will be. this is of course a very. discriminating way of conducting diplomacy and the united states
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has chosen to act unilaterally disregarding the united nations security council even its allies and the western allies do not see eye to eye with washington on this topic so obviously it will not be a precedent and the united states will probably be isolated obviously this is going to please the right wing news rail it is not going to change anything if at all it is going to give more strength to those extremists in the palestinian community who say that diplomacy is not durable for statehood and that they must act violently and therefore israelis should be against. policy announcement not for it. now in the u.k.
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activists are worried about survivors of domestic abuse taking part in the country's upcoming general election pointing out that if they register to vote their former abuses will be able to find their addresses from the electoral roll israeli has more. the u.k. is heading to the butter boxes they try to sort through the breaks it does a lot but the fear is that some of the most vulnerable citizens could be effectively forced out of the process entirely victims of domestic abuse say that the u.k.'s electoral system puts a risk ventral partners the u.k. has a publicly available electoral register which means that if someone registers to vote their full name address can be discovered and they could be tracked down for their safety if survivors have to ask a piece is something that can be at risk for a really long period after they've left their abuser even if they escape to refuge
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and leave the perpetrator and move to a different place they can immigrate remain at risk in their their lives that their children can remain at risk for a really long time because of these doesn't stop when the relationship stops many survivors or face consistent threats that peace and harm from perpetrator for a really long period of time so it can be really really important that their identity is kept anonymous and they can stay safe. by keeping their name and their addresses and other personal details anonymous. a long time after they fled the a.p. so it's really important that survivors can access this system whereby they can register to vote anonymously and at the moment when we continue to be concerned that the system just doesn't let them do that easily now changes did come into force last year and made it simpler for victims of abuse to register to vote anonymously but that other limits the only last a year the government expanded the list of evidence for abuse but victims are
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forced to keep reapplying every 12 months to protect the data and the problem has become more pronounced with the current level of domestic abuse in the u.k. the number. deaths caused by domestic violence has reached its highest level over the past 5 years nearly 2000000 adults say they have experienced some kind of domestic abuse and activists say the government isn't doing enough to protect those who are at risk this is really important that the government and all public sector agencies put in place the measures that the survivors need to say safe and of course one of them is is being able to keep your i didn't see another mess in faith and if we can grant survives that connecticut peace that that automatic right to vote in anonymity and in faith to we need to ask whether we're enabling more all of . our citizens to have to exercise their democratic democratic rights and that
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freedom it's a month till the u.k. election for those who have been subjected to domestic abuse it's not just about political preferences but also about the chance to vote safely. london. for the humanitarian group doctors without borders is criticize conditions that a migrant camp in bosnia herzegovina calling the place dangerous and inhumane hundreds of refugees are trapped in the improvised camp at the croatian border as they try to reach western europe. i. live in conditions in which a car inadequate and we cannot take responsibility for the health of people committing to that who cannot work in such conditions.
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you know some of the lot of man is saying if you want to go to dory and. giving me money 303000 new york for the new yorker or the new guy go read me but i am a poor man nor do money from a. go to alone with very. good reality abilities of course very shocking. sight is clearly not a side that can provide any basic. accommodation and services to the migrants here. we talked about this since oct 28th we talked about non-existing coordination with state all authorities about no coordination with police agencies no one wanted to listen to us residents of this
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region so we came to only one conclusion to check has to be closed and people will have to be resettled elsewhere. now don't forget we got plenty stories for you on our website also including this one astronomers are angry that iran must be accusing him of policing the heavens and blocking that telescopes and techniques are now. does plan to send tens of thousands of small satellite since i was as part of a star like star link project you can get the full story. in a couple of.
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holds and. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to. have to go right to be close this is what the book for the 3 of them or can't be good. interested always in the waters of the holocaust. question. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy to let it be an arms race. spearing dramatic development only really i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk.
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welcome back now republicans in the u.s. congress are demanding answers from the news outlet a b c accusing it of burying the truth in a letter to the network to explain why it shelved an interview a few years ago with that alleged victim of convicted paedophile jeffrey epstein. what appears to have been presented to mr obama is 1st hand evidence of human trafficking i am deeply concerned that this victim in search of justice went to b.b.c. news provided information in an interview and then a.b.c. news chose to burry the truth it is imperative that the public be assured newsroom decisions regarding exposing human trafficking are not tempered by financial interests or outside forces a video recently surfaced of a.b.c. host amy wrote back complaining that the interview had been dropped lawmakers want
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her to shed light on who prevented the story from running. had the story for 3 years i've had to sit with her to robert's palace found out that we have her whole allegations are false andrew and threatened us a 1000000 different ways she told me everything she had pictures everything she was in hiding for 12 years looking at how we can get serious talk to us it was unbelievable what we had claimed we had everything. i tried for 3 years to get on to no avail and now it's all coming out and i think these new well of revelations that i'm preaching have. so pissed well the network has defended its decision not to run the story claiming that journalists could not corroborate the claims that were being made jeffrey epstein was a disgraced financier and convicted sex offender he pleaded guilty to soliciting a minor for prostitution in 2008 early this year sting was again arrested in was facing
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a spate of sex trafficking charges before he was found dead in his cell thoughts he's concluded that he committed suicide journalist journalist says that a.b.c. might have been scared by abstains powerful connections. a case of a.b.c. in the row back said it was actually pressure from the british royal family that caused a.b.c. to back off from the story but there are other things as well i mean geoffrey epstein had a very had powerful friends in very high places bill clinton for one. prince andrew for not and for another. and so so therefore the a.b.c. was may very well have been afraid of tangling with forces like those so so the media's reputation is hurting really badly and this latest episode involving a.b.c. and jeffrey epstein doesn't help at all republicans are very happy to pounce on
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this latest transgression. some old news in brief now the u.n. says a war crime may have been committed in libya where an airstrike on a factory in the capital tripoli has killed 7 others were injured tripoli has been under attack since april with libyan commander aletha herft are trying to wrest power from the country's interim government supporters of wiki leaks founder julian the sun stood outside a london court on monday while a brief hearing took place sanjay appeared video link from prison he is currently battling extradition to the us where he is wanted for allegedly conspiring to hack government computers and 2 people were killed when a road bridge collapsed in southwestern france the victims were a 15 year old girl and a truck driver 5 others were injured. but finally the u.s. army has issued new playing cards for its soldiers with the with helping them to memorize the weapons of their enemies among them the russian made s.
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400 defense system already over 70000 packs have been distributed. x. x. . x. x. . your company this morning that's how things are looking so far today we're back again at the top of the.
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one else seemed wrong. but old old just don't call. me old yet to shape out these days because the etiquette and engagement equals the trail. when so many find themselves worlds apart when she's to look for common ground. good food descriptions sound up a tasing even for the owners so how to choose his pet food industry is telling us what to feed our pets really more based on what they want to sell us than what's
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necessarily good for the pet turns out that food may not be as sophie as people believe and we have animals that have you know diabetes in arthritis they have auto immune disorders they've got allergies we are actually creating these problems it's a huge have a demick of problems all of them i believe can be linked to very simple problem of diet and some dog owners so heartbreaking stories about their pets last treats the larger corporations are not very interested in proving or disproving the value of their food because they're already making a $1000000000.00 on it and there's no reason to do that research. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guests of the world of politics or business i'm show business i'll see that.
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tough and i mean i'm on the school entire system i found a way to go through a suit because somebody could solve mukti if i. was in this way got to doubt it so hard not to think of the mother disappeared this woman the work of a coward and i'm going to start then if. this is the only thing that we do is music because everybody fights in his room waiting. on. the floor and you can feel the 50 pound this monstrous woody allen called the evil of the death penalty. but i think it is this is the fans that is a constant. thought . is your media
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a reflection of reality. in a world transformed. what will make you feel safe. isolation or community. are you going the right way or are you being led so. direct. what is true what is faith. in a world corrupted you need to descend. to join us in the depths. or inmate in the shallowness.
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kaiser this is the kaiser report you asked and china are edging closer toward greater and greater rivalry of the 21st century as they say yes indeed we have a 1st headline about china and i want to say present the context of this globally what's happening president trump is parading the fed once again saying we need negative interest rates because we are of course in a monetary war and a trade war with around the world he's pointing to europe having negative rates and that we can't compete with europe if we don't have negative rates against china of course he's always saying china manipulates their currency and they we have an free fair trade with them and here is a headline about that from china looking at the united states china u.s.
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rivalry on brink of becoming a quote financial war former minister says the growing rivalry between china and the united states is at risk of becoming a financial war a former chinese finance minister said on saturday way chairman of the foreign affairs committee of the china's people political consult of conference e p p c c national committee he said quote the next step in the frictions between china united states is a financial war it is characterized by the use of long arm jurisdiction by various excuses the block specific enterprises such as the bans on z t e and huawei of finance or the women talked about for a while finally the mainstream is kind of getting it to the side trying to figure out what exactly does it may and there's pressure to go to negative interest rates is a stall just on steroids other words trump is saying we want to go back to the 20th century and the way to get there when america was pretty down and we want to get
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there by going backwards in time and the only way can do that is. if you were to revalue the worth of time and take it from having a positive linear going forward positive interest rate having a negative interest rate remember europe is stuck in the past it's a museum nothing ever happens there and that's what a donald trump would like to do with it to go back to the 1960 s. and 1970 s. when america was great and disco was was was on the turntable of course america runs our empire as an empire of debt and all of that debt is backed by derivatives which are tied to algorithms which price based on time so without time if we have negative interest rates all of that pile debt anyway collapses because there's no way to price all of all of the derivatives that back our empire so you can't have a price for anything in the financial markets if there is no positive interest rate upon which to construct
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a dividend discount model or some other typical way of valuing assets and therefore the only way to keep this ponzi scheme going is to keep flooding the market with ever more trillions of dollars worth of big money and more derivatives so the ponzi scheme will increase america's debt will go from $23.00 trillion to $50.00 to $60.00 trillion i have no doubt about that by the way we are and brooklyn where in a warehouse in brooklyn so if you hear people beeping behind us it's because they're angry about somebody parallel parking or something in front of them but i also want to say that this guy luigi way he notices the united states having an increasing amount of xenophobia us in referring to the anti russian xenophobia but in particular he's looking at whipping up a xenophobia against china right now because of this trade war he said the u.s. has been close to the air of mccarthyism referring to the pakis of making accusations of subversion or treason without proper.

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