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feeling the heat in hamburg the g. twenty world leaders of why for this summit thousands of protesters are there to get an. attention escalate over north korea the united states u.n. envoy threatens military pull up to pyongyang is the latest ballistic missile test . and c.n.n. for it to reveal the creator of the viral trump wrestling clip backfires now the internet community has railed against the channel. for good morning turn of the morning here in moscow this thursday the sixth of july
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i'm kevin owen you're watching r.t. international in the latest thirty minute live news update from us first the six people have been arrested in the second night of protests ahead of the g. twenty summit in the german city of hamburg a porsche dealership was targeted in an arson attack destroying it looks very cars there police believe left wing activists protesting the event were behind that incident it all happened just a few hours than before the first delegation for the g. twenty arrives by plane in hamburg hamburg let's talk about that not all those participating are expected to get a warm welcome here's why no for a start for sturrock li having far left extremist living there and local police say they expect around eight thousand violent demonstrators to be out in force after over a hundred seventy groups from around germany signed a call to protest there they've already been clashes against the g twenty meeting to. while i'm here outside of road to
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floral ridge flora it's one of the oldest school seen in germany people being squatting here since one thousand nine hundred eighty nine after the government said all the local city government said they wanted to redevelop the site well they fought tooth and nail with city authorities right up until twenty fourteen when the anti competent lists in far left groups well they won and the city government backed down and said they could have the site it's now a cultural center and it's become one of the main jumping off points for this year's no to the g twenty demonstrations here you can see plenty of bonds around putting across the message that it's demonstrators want to give to those twenty world leaders as they arrive here in hamburg there's also places where people can get information about where demonstrations are taking place as well. a plenty of those demonstrators are already making themselves heard here in hamburg this is a much more serene scene on wednesday evening than perhaps we saw all the shoes day
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night they're doing it all under the watchful eye of a heavy police presence here expecting as many as twenty thousand police officers or more taking part in being called the largest police operation in recent memory however it was here on tuesday evening that things got ugly early on. i. guess i i. and it's not heavy police presence which i think is set to play a crucial role in how this g. twenty summit plays out you can see many offices many big police vehicles all around me here we've actually spoken to some demonstrators who said they think that the police presence could be what trick is demonstrators into violence however we shouldn't really kid ourselves he. we are expecting to see what's being called the biggest black bloc ever now the black bloc of the real hardline of the leftist
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groups now they're the ones that usually get involved whenever there's any major trouble in fact we have seen a lot of people from those organizations around here those people involved in those type of of groups they were expecting to say even more now what we have seen is police said take part in a raid and which they collected a cache of weapons that was supposedly heading here to how perhaps to be used in the said demonstrations particularly the welcome to hell demonstration which is set to take place later on thursday now this cache of weapons included things like throwing knives brass knuckles baseball bats telescopic telescopic batons and precision catapults which have been described by police as a potentially very dangerous weapon in the right all wrong hands depending on how you look at it it does seem that whilst there are all peaceful demonstrations taking place there is always the possibility that this could flare up it could boil
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over and we could see more violence i think it would be an eternal optimist i would think we'd get through to saturday and the g seven g twenty being finished without seeing more clashes between police and demonstrators. tensions might not be restricted to outside the summit walls either because inside some leaders are certainly not seeing eye to eye on a number of big challenges facing the global community right now. because. the in china dictating to me in china. need believe. it is it is. possible to deliver the probably. it is.
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there. will be made to the benefit of american workers protection will lead to greater prosperity and strength. if you believe it. would take the most recent. in the build up to the g twenty delegations arrival it's that accommodation and that's attracting some headlines in germany some claim the saudi royal family is booked out a whole luxury hotel for their team but then turns out that king solomon's later canceled his visit to the summit there in hamburg but still left a one hundred fifty six rooms booked out there's another twist hotel in question is located in the very center of the city with some reports saying that u.s.
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president donald trump therefore been prevented from staying there because of riyadh's booking but trump has finally found a place we can reveal away from some of the other g. twenty participants. for the next few. days is this very nice little place coming up of which shoulder a nineteenth century chateau in the past its welcome to high ranking guests is former u.s. secretary of state henry kissinger and also the dalai lama some reports say the villa and its territory was previously transformed into a high it security area the kind of thing that's needed here and that's helped the american president choose this location but it's not the only reason the media think trump picked it jacqueline vogel will tell you about that. c.n.n. learning just moments ago that president and russian president vladimir putin. meeting have now been upgraded it will now be a full fledged bilateral meeting well it's official a lot of we are putin and donald trump are finally meeting in person sending the
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media into overdrive and they're billing this as nothing less than a historic encounter that will shape the world face to face meeting with who will likely get the most attention. the highly anticipated meeting will happen friday at the g. twenty summit sure this is an important meeting it's not often that u.s. and russian presidents get to have a tete a tete and it's the perfect opportunity for putin to discuss matters the do indeed shape the world likely to be on the agenda syria ukraine and disarmament but that's not why the media thinks this is going to be a big deal you think that the subject of russian interference in u.s. elections is going to come up well it certainly sure appears unlikely that the president will confront putin why on earth would he not send a very clear message to putin on that absolutely would be a mistake he's going to convey to putin that he's weak so supposedly this is all about trump confronting putin on alleged russian interference in the u.s. presidential election plus him bearing those ever pesky accusations of being putin's puppet but how is trump supposed to do that if suppose for just one minute
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none of that is true because the verdict is still out a number of long running investigations have so far failed to deliver any real evidence or rock solid conclusions with ukraine with syria with north korea and the recent russian proposal for north korea i think there are a lot more important things to worry about than the favorite hobby horse of the democratic party in the united states they will do anything to keep this story alive i think the president should not discuss it with the russians there's an investigation alive there are still questions probably would even be inappropriate for trump to bring up the subject himself knowing that there's a live. there are two presidents so much to talk about it doesn't have anything to do with this increasingly fable filled story tertian headlines are some of the best clip in town right now so far it's been all about meddling in collusion but the media is probably going to be left disappointed on that front this time let's hope
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they don't miss out on the real story what progress if any is made uncle mobile issues. washington d.c. we'll keep you posted been told this highly anticipated meeting between trump and putin comes as the u.s. is threatening military action against north korea to pyongyang test fired the new missile in violation of u.n. sanctions the statement came from washington's a bus to the u.n. during a security council session being called. beaking to the fifteen member body here in manhattan at the united nations headquarters in the security council chamber u.s. ambassador nikki haley spoke strongly not just against north korea but against any country that she felt supports them now in her statements largely condemning the recent launch of a missile she went as far as to threaten the use of military force utilizing military options the united states is prepared to use the full range of our capabilities to defend ourselves and our allies one of our capabilities lies with
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our considerable military forces we will use them if we must the united states will soon submit a draft resolution to the u.n. security council and u.s. leaders say that if this resolution is not passed they will take action on their own the russian envoy he also spoke to the u.n. security council and he said that sanctions are not the way out of the crisis obscene you move with. sanctions cannot be a cure all and this has been demonstrated by history so what we need here is to seek a political solution and be creative in our diplomacy we've proposed as i've said in my state. to work collectively. there has been a proposal from both russia and china to deescalate the situation on the peninsula with not only north korea ending its nuclear proliferation and its testing of missiles but also the united states a getting rid of this bad missile system in the south and ending their provocative
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military exercises with south korea so a lot of different proposals being made the world is waiting to see this resolution that u.s. leader spoke of on wednesday south korean and u.s. forces for their own missiles into the sea of japan believed to be warning shot towards north korea american officials said afterwards that similar weapons systems could quote be easily deployed to the region as a deterrent on north korea's launches put nations on a job he's been hearing from analysts about america's response possibly next which could risk pushing the crisis into war. but north korea launched a missile that wasn't intended to hurt anyone and it did not hurt anyone and what we saw at the united nations today was the continuation of the spectacle in which the united states and her increasingly few hours are using by the international body of peace as a client of global apartheid to justify and rubberstamp wars and saying sions which amount to war they're going to be watching today's proceedings they're going to
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hate the united states even more than they already do they'll see russia and china is countries which don't necessarily always agree with them countries which on allies to them but countries which do not wish them and the people home the countries that want to engage in peace the countries that could end up saving north korea from american aggression and they will smile upon that surely they're not provoking the international community that's the spin based on washington's dominance in the international community at the united nations just three weeks ago the united states carried out a bomb a nuclear bomb dropping drill bit simulated the nuclear destruction of north korea nobody called their provocative where north korea sends off a missile test saying we're not going to be bullied that's provocative so you know the question the narrative of north korea's provocations and and provocative activity in the face of the united states and south korea carrying out the largest
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war exercises in the world simulating the destruction the invasion and destruction of north korea while that's never considered a provocation and that just doesn't ring true that's a double standard and we need to stop accepting the dominant narrative offered by washington. the internet community is turning all c.n.n. after the news channel said it might disclose the identity of the alleged creator of the featuring donald trump wrestling its logo here a few key responses but. a multi billion dollar t.v. network blackmailing a private citizen into not making funny videos about it is not journalism c.n.n. donald's happy day keep the tweets coming there is something self evidently creepy bullying and heavy handed about a large news organization publicly announcing they will expose someone's identity if it ever again publishes consonants on the internet that the network deems
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inappropriate of protection bill so it's a twitter spot this escalated sharply since that video was first posted by donald trump the next day then c.n.n. said of the track down the clips creator attempted to make contact when not well with some people that individual then supposedly posted an apology on the news aggregating website read it but pleaded for c.n.n. to keep his identity quiet the timeline continues the challenge pointed out there were no threats made but that it reserves the right to reveal who's behind the clip if another one of them is made now the internet community is rallying around the guy's defense with a slew of new c.n.n. means one section i'll read it alone now has over fourteen thousand followers.
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i thought it was wrong markable that c.n.n. found this the reddit user who created the gift. luckily and a delay as i was saying in a sense responded to the accusations it says that his name has not yet been disclosed because of concerns from a safety and that any assumption of blackmailing him is false he spoke exclusively to a moderator for the reddit websites which is where the claim rejuvenated the us is the conceal his identity by the way just say you're the sky high on a solo the guy who posted the original gif it would be frightening if i were him and i received random phone calls random e-mails from see mail out of nowhere i
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would not be super enthusiastic about c.n.n. one of the largest news communities in the world sending out boy threats about telling you to stop doing what you want to do on the internet policy and has no right to do that c.n.n. has all of the internet against them right now and when organizations attack freedom of speech and never ends up well for them and make no mistake about it this is an attack on the internet and c.n.n. has informally declared war on it in return we need to hit c.n.n. were hurts and told are ever ties and that you do not approve of by running ads on their network our site right now on the right of people who are pushing the c.n.n. black milk hash tag that are exposing c.n.n. for the fraud news network that they are on are doing the right thing. this is an international coming out the deadline for council to accept punitive blocked among
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us is with the the range giving us. more of a break. in case you're new to the game this is how. the economy is built around. corporations from washington to washington to meet. the. voters elect a businessman to run this country business if. you must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before. what politicians to do something to. put themselves on the line they did accept the
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reject. so when you want to be president. or some want to be. too great for us this is what the three of them will be good. interested always in the water. again so as a same before the break the gulf crisis appears to be deepening with the saudi led reaffirming that it will continue to blockade at a meeting in cairo saudi arabia bahrain egypt and the u.a.e. said that his response to the list of demands recently lacked any substance for its part maintains the saudi bloc is simply trying to label a political rival here as a terrorist but a. response was negative on the whole it did not lay the foundations for cattles
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abandonment of the policies of this use most of the where already off it was so out of neighborhood but. was a community desire to generate about are certainly the worst what other countries failed to grasp is that living political. here are some of the demands which the four countries were insisting on they won't cut out to cut its ties with the rand militant groups who are considered by the saudis and their allies as terrorists cutters also being told to shut down a turkish military base on its territory it's a thirteen point list it also calls on qatar to close its international news outlets including al-jazeera and the saudi bloc wants to cease contacts with political opposition groups in their respective countries and the council may look tiny on. but is quite an influential regional player when you look closely at it the u.s. in fact has got two military bases near the capital one of which is its largest in
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the region and turkey as i just mentioned also has a military base there the only one outside its territory and partners with the rand and running the world's largest natural gas field which spans both the territorial waters meantime the us leaders had a phone call with the egyptian president urging a resolution to the crisis president trump though has himself accused qatar of funding terrorism a few times lately most recently during a political fundraiser for which an audio clip was leaked to the intercept news website. in the. arab groups are. the. it was military analyst come on allen told us u.s. policies towards carter are indeed proving to be contradictory believe seen from this administration that there are at least three four different middle east policies the white house has one policy the state department has another policy and
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the pentagon and cia have different policies it's the same in syria and iraq it's the same with carter while it's a president has been very vocal against the u.s. military has been very supportive of qatar because the biggest airbase in the region that they have there which is a forward operating base percent called so the u.s. military are very pro carter whilst the president has been used a lot of people by tweeting speaking against carter almost on a daily basis no legitimate state can give our sovereignty like that what saudi arabia is effectively asking cutter is to stand down on their foreign policy shut down news channel shut down news websites and hand over all the reins of state infrastructure to the saudis that seems unacceptable to the countries. you know how this thursday evening mr to set to discuss ways to tackle the migrant crisis late in the day hoping to remove some of the burden falling on italy which
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is the main rival point for newcomers from africa. the urgency of the situation now requires us to seriously accelerate our collective work and not leave italy on its own just a matter of days up to twelve thousand people have landed in italy hall more than eighty five thousand have arrived there since the start of the year italy's top prosecutor now believes the crisis has created a security threat in the country those who arrive on the day then undergo a process of radicalization that may lead to the realization of terror attacks in time the head of europe's law enforcement agency says the terror threat on the continent is at a twenty year high several of the terrorists who carried out recent atrocities in europe came through the mediterranean route from africa to italy and despite italy accepting the biggest number of migrants rather an interesting point it's so far been spared mass terror attacks we discuss why that might be with a tally in police officer and union leader journeyed to nearly.
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that. because that all this fight against the math here and our internal political terrorism has taught us many things but these are two completely different issues the red brigades our internal political terrorism of the seventy's were very coordinated and acted on the input of its leaders in the case of islamic terrorism and we are faced with a double natured phenomenon on the one hand it is an organized system on the other hand it is an islamic organization that by not having a single leader produces many lone wolves that can act autonomously with a high degree of fanaticism know we monitor the web a lot we also look at the locations where muslims meet such as mosques but our security equipment the monitoring the web has been greatly reduced by economic cards we have forty five thousand fewer employees the needed this large reduction has hindered investigative preventative and territorial control activities.
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so the easiest prey for islamic radicals are desperate men those who are criminals or are in prison a muslim who came to italy and is integrated and has a job is not easily influenced by islamic radicalism the desperate man is willing to do all he can to redeem himself. for these men to be sacrificed in the holy war means social redemption and being respected we try to control what goes on in prisons but it's not easy as many of these muslims are in prison for minor crimes for this reason they are not isolated and are in contact with other prisoners so it is easy for them to come into contact with the extremist element. of course the video that let me say that that was. at the beginning of the migrant crisis in europe i explained that there was no security filter i said terrorist
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could come and hide here easily i mean the problem of information exchange is not being adequately addressed by european intelligence services so we are all very busy with our own problems and there is no common spirits the interests of some countries prevail over others. coming out what to expect from the g. twenty summit in germany coming up in boom bust next getting the expert views of a former u.s. trade commissioner is our next program. welcome to the wonderful world of blood donation i come here every three weeks to get my transfusion to be specific i receive in. my body gets and some bodies that i cannot produce itself around the world giving blood is seen as
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i'm one of the frances has been boss broadcasting around the world from here in washington d.c. tonight's big changes in the air to international airlines at security standards allowing passengers to carry their laptops in a cabin on u.s. bound flights also political anxiety of the upcoming meeting between arab states prompts the moodies rating agency to change its outlook and qatar's credit rating also. currency roller coaster there are several possible causes for the changes we are seeing including fluctuating oil prices politics and new economic data but is it good or bad news my guess is it all depends on where you live by so you must start right now.
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fasten your seat belt and enjoy your own electronic devices that's what turkish airlines tweeted at passengers aboard its u.s. bound flights the airline carrier along with its competitor emirates has satisfied american security concerns over laptops in airplane cabins it remains unclear how the airlines and dress fear is that terrorists might bypass security with explosives and bedded in their laptops but in turkey authorities now take a cross-section images of passengers electronics just before they board airplanes heading to the united states homeland security says this is part of a raising global baseline on aviation security the u.s. laptop and first announced back in march now applies to nonstop u.s. bound flights from international airports in jordan kuwait egypt saudi arabia morocco and cats are saudi arabian airlines has said.


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