it was. 3 people injured in the netherlands in a stopping attack the suspect is currently at large. and in the u.k. capital 2 people have been stabbed to death in a terrorist attack. also the mayor of a bolivian town returns to work after she was beaten and publicly humiliated by opponents of the ousted president ever more rather she speaks on t.v. about her ordeal. they also cut off my hair they beat me up but they can't change my views and i want people to take a step back and think they believe in people cannot live like this.
life from our moscow studio where it's a minute past 2 o'clock in the morning you're watching the international thank you for joining us now we start with a developing story from the netherlands police say 3 people have been injured in a stabbing on the main shopping street in the hague an instant spark panic among shoppers. but. 6 what we know so far is that the static incidents around $108.00 states easily. 3 people were interested and those 3 people. 3 of them are minors. at this moment we haven't. haven't arrested a suspect yet so we are really very busy. trying to find the suspect 63 people have been injured and yes indeed it is the main street the main shopping
street in the hague now this is a friday night so it was bound to be packed with the shoppers but at the same time remember that it is the black friday night as well which. this scale of the whole thing which has led even more people out in the streets seeking for a good deal also adding to that it's christmas time already in europe and for instance here in france there's plenty of christmas markets all christmas markets have been open and operational for quite a while now and it's the same in the netherlands so that being the main shopping street and being called a mark which means that the market well it was again it was bound to be packed with people and we've heard some reports that the attacker apparently it looked like that he he had wanted to injure as many people as possible now initially the dutch police they issued the issued
a statement saying that they had been looking on for a suspect between 40 and 50 years old and wearing a gray jogging suit we do know that the police are still looking for the suspect we have seen a video of dutch police a branding some man but we have not had any can. and you know whether or not a valid person is indeed the suspect wanted in connection with this attack on the main street now again no one has been officially confirmed to be taken into custody in connection with that but again there was a bit of a scare adding up toward how abundant london tonight as well. well as our correspondent mentioned there a few hours before that instant there was a stabbing attack in central london police have classed it as an act of terrorism 2 members of the public were killed we can show you eyewitness videos taken in the area which is a busy thoroughfare in the city as you can see people were wrestling with the
suspect trying to pin him to the ground one man manages to get the life of the attacker who was then shot dead by a police officer according to unconfirmed reports the killer was an islamic extremist known to police he was apparently released from prison a year ago and was still wearing an electronic tag our correspondent charlie edwards daschle has more on this story. mass evacuations happening from the office building surrounding the london bridge vicinity it was indeed a major incident and the assistant police commissioner and they'll pursue confirmed it was terrorist related as you would expect the nature of the incident we responded as though this was terrorist related are now in a position that it has been declared a terrorist incident it is with the heaviest of hearts that i have to inform you that as well as the suspect who was shot dead by police. 2 of those injured in this attack. in the london bridge area have tragically lost
lives the suspect who was also. a hoax explosives attached to him he was shot down at the scene on london bridge is understood that before he was shot down dead there are members of the public that were pinning him down that was video footage that emerged not reportedly at this moment in time as i say the incident broke out some 3 hours ago and there were convoys of emergency services flooding into the scene descending onto london bridge including counterterrorism offices at the time it was a precautionary measure of course now it's been confirmed as a terrorist related but accompanying them was also specialist. offices 2 as well as them and even services and indeed the fire brigade we understand that many victims are now being treated at hospitals for their injuries some of which are a serious level the place is still offering statements saying that the public must remain vigilant and say calm at this moment in time as they say the incidents over
it's no longer ongoing but of course earlier there were scenes of absolute pandemonium and chaos crushing people. talking. i was. thinking about yes it's a big slug of people rushing down please. i think somebody would. basically there was a lot of rumors going around the panic. like those kind of counselors are like a wave of something going on. and then suddenly everybody said go down into the basement we are taken down and replaced with until such time as now we've been evacuated well we have had some reaction then from the prime minister boris johnson clearly my thoughts 1st my. fault 1st with the emergency services with the police the bravery they showed in going towards danger as they do i also want to
while london is currently going through something of a knife crime epidemic with $132.00 fatal stabbing so far this year and that's often last year a source surge in the number of killings in the capital to $130.00 the epidemic is now close to being the highest in a decade former u.k. police officer peter kirk and believes it's difficult to prevent such things from happening. a big part of the. problem with this type of terrorism is there is no big organization behind it. for the place and security forces to infiltrate to carry out surveillance on and so forth. and so you've got the self starters if you like. individuals often with petty crime mental health problems in their background who self radicalize on the internet. may not of even talk to anybody and certainly they rarely talk to many people around them or any
people around them. and the other headline news the mayor of a small town in bolivia who was brutally assaulted by a more pounds return to work patricia artsy recently left hospital and images of the attack have been posted on social media highlighting the dangers faced by politicians loyal to the ousted leader ever morale is a warning that there are some images coming up that you might find upsetting at the start of the event but after setting the town hall on fire and team morale is activists paraded her bare foot cut her hair in public and sprayed it red during the 4 hour ordeal she was made to kneel and sign a resignation letter she told us she's still being treated for kidney damage sustained from the bloat she received. what happened was disgusting i'm now recovering from renal damage that he suffered during the assault and i'm still in pain the also cut of my hair they beat me up but they can't change my views everything was so confusing at that moment many of them covered their
faces but we recognize some of them it was sad to see all those people attacking me it's been a difficult time for my children to see their mother in such a condition i don't want this to happen again. bolivia is now facing political uncertainty the self-appointed right wing government of senator janine and years has already been accused of abuses ever morale is resigned after the country's military suggested he step down and that was on the back of a wave of protest following october's election and allegations of vote fraud his supporters protest what they see as a coup and during the country's post-election unrest 34 people were killed and more than 800 injured patricio say again says that the violence must stop. you don't put those you're going to be i can't betray my people those who believe in me i would like to express my gratitude to the staff who have stayed with me and are dedicated to improving the city we will keep working to achieve all our goals it was very
difficult to return here after everything they did to me and it was terrible to see this city hall in such a state after all the work that was done to improve it after everything that's happened how can it get any worse people need to reflect and stop harming each other we need to restore unity i've never hurt anybody i've always worked for my city and i want people to take a step back and think the believe and people cannot live like this. the iraqi prime minister abdullah mahdi says he will resign to allow lawmakers to form a new government iraqis have been celebrating the news and these are the latest pictures from the capital the prime minister's announcement follows weeks of violent protests across the country with people demanding a change of government and they've been angered over poor services unemployment and chronic corruption more than 300 people have been killed and thousands more have been injured since the rallies began last month alledged to gulf state analytics
alexander bruno believes the p.m.'s resignation won't solve iraq's problems. i don't think that the situation will change considerably in fact they think this is a year what they call a pyrrhic victory yes they've got the agreement for the prime minister to resign but what will actually change for iraqis particularly under streets i don't think anything will change. given the structural problems infrastructure is failing there is not enough money to pay public so 2 there is the economy has changed at all in the 1st since the american invasion until. the serious. this reconstruction program begins i don't think the so-called democracy do anything to fix the real problems facing iraqis. the european union has made much in recent years on the issue of
climate change. evangelist success has been finding out they don't appear to practice what they preach is the people have gathered behind me in the large numbers to participate in a protest called fridays for future it's aims to bring more awareness on climate change the topic is becoming ever more popular with a lot of people getting in on the acting including hollywood stars activists politicians and european union lawmakers recently the european union even when it went as far to the clay or a state of climate and environmental emergency if there's one area the world needs our leadership it is on protecting our climate. this is an it and exists tensional issue for europe and for the world here is something you might find very interesting this seems lawmakers that advocate for
the environment take part into a caravan between brussels and strasbourg we convene in shrouds work for one week and then for the rest of the months they go back to brussels this cost taxpayers about a 114000000 euros and it's not that it's only costly but it's very bad for the environment as well disappoint claiming to be a company neutral institution the 12 trips to strasburg each year and still make to emit between 11019000 tons of c o 2 emissions per year all this back and forth is like putting $4000.00 additional vehicles on the streets every year driving nonstop including the ones on the streets so how is this reducing seal to emissions well a german politician says he felt the way to stop this costly practice according to the treaty of amsterdam the parliament has to have a seat in stroudsburg not specifically in the city of strasburg he went as far as
making a you tube video to prove his point he got a champagne bottle smashed it in the seat of parliament in brussels and he called it strauss work so it seems like the problem is solved so from this day on this planet. shall be known as. we asked people what they think of the e.u. lawmaker schedule i think it's. their lives they shouldn't travel like every month like for one week i think it will change because france wants to have this so it's not going to change there should be one european parliament and this will be one place where it's located it's really they suits us decide to stay in one place i don't care if it's sauce book of brussels but day soaps take a decision about it. police in hong kong have ended the campus siege of the university will have a story i'm all to this break. industry
is based on greed and that greed is based on this. rush to kimmie latest much paper wealth as possible even though it's not genuine wealth spot actual money it's not gold like a warren buffett just hoards of money like an old granny what hoard phone books and that doesn't credible damage because they think it's into the population this notion of police to be. the official for russia is not. doing. he's not doing for instance he on the contrary to his predecessors he did not stop any war so probably it is it is
a little bit. more predictable in the. perspectives on the other hand the world is changing it is achievable in pools and. it's not supposedly mr trump was making the world was a dangerous place he's just the symptom of the change that's. welcome back police in hong kong have moved in and ended a 2 week university campus each by protest as. his favorite team entered a campus yesterday and this morning to remove a large amount off dangerous items and colette and if it is for crimes. alcorn was the 1st of the campers was headed over to the university management abundant.
this really alarming form call it shows the injuries are in terms of explosive have been foray into the hands of young students so let's take a closer look at what police found on the campus it seems the protesters restoring thousands of petrol bombs and explosives they also had hundreds of bottles filled with corrosive liquids the university campus became a central battlefield between activists and police during the fiery standoff protesters bill barricades to protect themselves in these bricks and petrol bomb along with bows and arrows police responded with tear gas and arrested more than 1000 activists international and independent china specialist andrew learn believes the situation has come to a head. well this is different this is definitely the size of chapter of 6 months of antigovernment protests and all the campuses. we've been turning into factories of producing petrol bombs and the university administration
simply were powerless a whole generation been brought out in a system which has not given them any sense of chinese nationhood most of them do not feel themselves of consider themselves as chinese anymore. they reacted quite. strongly to be intervention in holocaust internal affairs. in other news this hour huge new bridge between russia and china has been completed it's the 1st of its kind between the 2 states.
a palestinian journalist has been shot in the early reportedly by israeli forces the incident happened while he was covering clashes in the west bank and a warning that you might find the following images disturbing cut. cut cut cut cut cut i did i mean that was really. good. and i spoke to r.t. about what happened. we covered a demonstration by people from serif against the confiscation of their land by israel the rally was suppressed and there was some clashes. while we were covering the clashes i was shot in the eye by an israeli sniper i was wearing a reporter's uniform and anyone can identify me as a journalist from far away thank god i only lost my eye and not my life when i was
shot i thought i was about to die i fell on my head was going to explode i thought i was breathing while last and then my colleagues came to carry me away. oh murph armor they has received a wave of support after the story went viral palestinian activists and journalists held demonstrations in bethlehem in solidarity with their injured colleague a couple of days after the incident and some of them joined a flash mob on social media posting photos of themselves with one eye covered meanwhile the palestinian journalist syndicate says 60 journalists have been hit by live ammunition this year the majority of them in gaza. israeli police however claim they used only non-lethal force which was not directed at the photographer they also say his injury could have been caused by riot is a thinks what happened to him was no accident. that is radio keep was do no one the rest of the world to see the repression palestinian genocide showing the world what the occupation is doing to our people the disregard for human rights palestinian
journalists are exposing these crimes palestinian journalists are being killed some muslims patients no cat or respect any of the contrary the suppression of journalism with the collusion of some of the countries is enabling israel to escalate its crimes against the palestinians. now the black friday shopping extravaganza is underway in shops all around the world today analysts say americans alone will spend around $87000000000.00 this time around chasing the best deals but there is a dull cosigned to this retail festival is done a quarter explains black friday is coming up big box retailers are gearing up for their annual mega sales super profits and consumer stampedes that will probably result in more than a few injuries in a georgia wal-mart 2 women fighting over pots and pans one refusing to let go.
that wasn't brutal enough for you there is an even darker shade of black friday the kind that takes place on a darker shade of the internet called the dark web it's a place where black marketeers pursue huge profits with alluringly low prices just as much as the legitimate guys probably more so and there are plenty of consumers looking to buy those contraband goods society has become more digital i don't with that so his crime despite their activities being on rule from an illegal criminals all return enterprises in a sense and they're looking to maximize the opportunities it's no small enterprise either last week the european union published a report about online narcotics sales in the u.k. it said 24000000 pounds sterling. worth of the stuff was sold in 20172018 alone and on black friday everything from credit cards fake passports and illegal drugs
are for sale at bargain bin prices and marketplaces that are specifically designed to be completely untraceable and while buying illegal items puts you at risk with the law you should also be aware of the very vendors you're buying from security experts are sounding the alarm and how you can avoid a black friday. as we head into the holiday shopping season notice there is a new online scam that involves fake retail websites that look real but they are not scams come in many forms one popping up more and more is fraudulent websites that look exactly like the real thing no doubt the authorities will be hard at work trying to stop these dark web deals but what about the consequences that come with legal black friday consumerism for so long 'd the overproduction and overconsumption that characterizes the holiday have been cordially accepted as the norm no matter the frenzy that overtakes many or the damage it wreaks on the environment the latter has become so bad the french government is debating on
banning black friday altogether but for now expect the usual frenzy for anybody who takes part in a black friday so who wants to be part of this when ever there is a chance fraudulent activities especially with what we know about the dark web in certain facets of the internet and with all of the hacking capabilities firewall breakings and all this other stuff we need to be taking personal responsibility individual responsibility and being sure that we are in charge of what happens to our finances and where we're putting our finances that it really takes advantage of the narrative that people have to shop on black friday that that is the only time you can get presents for your children for your family for your loved ones in your friends and so it really gives the some of these hackers or these dark web or some of these false sites an opportunity really to to press. a on these on these shopping sentiments and to try to find people who are going to be likely to give in to any deal that looks too good to be true b.
and because we don't take the time to look into that especially on black friday when it went in and so it's not only a frenzy but there's a time constraint we have one hour we have a certain amount of time or it's going to be over and you'll miss it forever and that's what gets people in these modes where they're not going to look it up they're not going to research to see which sites are legitimate which sites aren't and that's where they might be able to be taken advantage of well that's it for now for more on all these stories you can head to our website l.t. dot com or download the phone to get you know news on the move. i'm going to fulfill the repeated purposes ok probably to the people i'm promised to be you know with all pots to. be. pretty. much.
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