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every week and looking to the future. dot com science and research. they're watching the news live from russia accuses britain of staging the poison gas attack in syria russian foreign minister sergey lavrov says last weekend's attack was faked on the old us from london a team of international of chemical weapons inspectors arrived in syria will begin that investigation tomorrow also on the program. untruthful slimeball disposed of
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trump's assessment of this man is former f.b.i. director james carter makes mr kerry's memoir is published next week i mean she's less than complimentary about the president will bring you a preview. into my seat by adding your accounts is that a new coach for the bottom and nico kobayashi took just two years to work his magic . from first so munich have high hopes. welcome to the program. russia says it has proof that last weekend's poison gas attack in syria was staged following orders from britain the russian defense ministry says london told the white helmet rescue group in syria to fake the gas attack in the town of duma but describes the accusation as a blatant lie inspectors from the organization for the prohibition of chemical
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weapons are due to begin their investigation in duma on saturday. it is almost a week since their cries shocked the world suffocated syrian children gasping for air among the hundreds of victims of a suspected poison gas attack allegedly carried out by their government backed by russia. now comes the explosive claim from moscow that the attack was the work of britain. make sure there are supporters in europe she is going to give this to me it's a day the russian military authorities released more evidence that proves a great britain was involved in the organization of these provocative act in eastern guta spiritual forces for your particular. meeting of the united nations the faceoff continued with recriminations flying back and forth the u.s.
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envoy scolded her russian counterpart and i'm in awe the silly of how you say what you say with a straight face i really really. she told the syrian delegation that the u.s. was still considering a military response meanwhile britain's envoy rubbished the russian claims she left the meeting. this is great task it's a blatant lie it's some of the worst piece of fake news we've seen from the russian propaganda machine. chemical weapons inspectors have arrived in damascus in search of answers but the looming threat of being thrown into a global conflict hasn't stopped families flocking to the city parks. and. crazy trump has lost his mind the syrian people do not get scared under the leadership of president bashar al assad and our hero army lerman with we're not
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afraid because when it's needed we carry our weapons and fight with the army. syria's government has turned up the heat in malden by a russian ally it issued a warning that it will defend itself against any military strikes. let's get more from lou in moscow he's a russia correspondent for britain's daily telegraph newspaper welcome to day dublin as moscow offered any proof to back this claim. well him in a large presentation today at the defense ministry claiming of course the u.k. stays the whole chemical attack in duma. they said that they had this proof from sources on the ground they later sent journalists a video in which two men claim to have been presence on april seventh in do my at the hospital and they said the people there were actually suffering from smoke inhalation from a fire when. unknown people came in started pouring water and young
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a chemical attack and then this on video none of this looks very convincing it looks like russia is again muddying the waters around this incident in an attempt to deflect blame from its allies which are assad on the west. sergey lavrov talking about campaign of russophobia does they have any international back and say or is he alone in this well of course russia can sometimes count china support in the u.n. security council different states like cuba and venezuela syria of course iran so of course the there are countries out there willing to support these claims but really this is this is a line that russia has been pushing in response to almost any international crisis in the past few years we've seen the same thing said about the poisoning case in great britain a former russian spy being poisoned there russia's at the exact same thing it's an
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anti russian campaign they've also suggested that that chemical attack was staged and really western diplomats are growing more and more angry with this kind of rhetoric and there's more calls to unify against that so called the western world is waiting for states and britain and france to make up their minds about what they're going to do militarily what is russia saying about vatanen day what preparations are they making. well lattimer putin had a phone call today to emanuel mccrone the french president in which he warns mccrone against any sort of dangerous actions as he put it in syria apparently the fearns of possible airstrikes he said that that could lead to unpredictable consequences there is the threat of escalation as russian politicians have been calling in recent days for russia to try and shoot down any western missile that might be sent into syria there's been rumors that the british base in cyprus could
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even be targeted as part of retaliation but one one small cause for hope is that we know the confliction line between russian and u.s. military is still being used according to both sides they're talking about that to try and avoid any sort of loss of life or violent concentrates confrontation between these former cold war foes it could escalate out of control very quickly and also playing up on wesson fails a domestic politics playing up the likelihood of a possible refugee influx they face happens. that's right sergei lavrov in his remarks today said that caution against syria becoming a rift what he called a repeat of iraq or libya friends of the american invasion of iraq saying that turmoil in syria would lead to an influx of refugees into europe which he said
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europe doesn't need right now and that's of that of course as friends of the european audience somewhat meanwhile his remarks the claims by the defense ministry that the u.k. in fact staged this chemical attack somehow that all is being covered very heavily on russian state television tonight. on the gloom in moscow for britain's daily telegraph a newspaper thank you so much. now to some of the other stories making news around the world britain's national security advisor has told nato that russian intelligence agencies monitor the e-mails of former double agents are going to skip out of his daughter for at least five years before they were poisoned the u.k. blames russia for the attack moscow denies any involvement. medical sources in gaza say israeli troops shot and killed at least one person during a protest on the border with israel twenty more were injured it's the third consecutive friday large scale protests against the gaza blockade clashes with israeli forces have claimed dozens of palestinian lives. u.s.
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president donald trump has described his former f.b.i. director james comey as an untruthful slimeball after details emerged of a no holds barred memoir due out next week president trump fired mr comey because he was said to be unhappy with this ugly of the f.b.i. investigation into allegations of russian interference in the twenty sixteen u.s. elections with his new book mr comey gets his revenge. a higher loyalty as james comey scathing reckoning with his former boss a man he accuses of acting like a mafia don but being driven solely by his ego with no moral compass and no regard for the truth russia's alleged meddling in the us elections for example apparently didn't bother him or two in the end it was only all about him. conversation to my surprise moved into p.r. conversation about how the trump team would position this no one to my recollection
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asked so what. what's coming next from the russians in the book comey alleges trump turned sour after his investigations into russian interference and us elections came too close for comfort there are salacious details of trump's alleged sexual escapades and a supposed videotape of trump with prostitutes in a moscow her tell trump has hope to use the f.b.i. director to his own advantage as he may want me to investigated to prove that it didn't happen and then he says. something that distracted me because he said you know there's even a one percent chance my wife thinks that's true that's terrible and i remember thinking how could your wife think as a one percent chance you're with prostitutes pinger each other moscow. trump reacted with a vengeance to excerpts leaked from the book before it was officially released on twitter he accused me of being a liar and doing a terrible job at the f.b.i. adding that it had been a great honor to fire him and it won't stop there republicans have already
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initiated a campaign to undermine coney's credibility it seems america is gearing up for a first rate mud fight. activists in india a call for nationwide protests to demand justice for an eight year old muslim go was gang raped and murdered this year eight men have been arrested in connection with the crime but many question whether they will ever face justice. now. anger over a brutal rape case in india once again bringing protesters out onto the street opposition lawmakers held a midnight vigil in new delhi demanding justice for the girl's family thousands responded to their call to protest at sea for bono was kidnapped in january she was drugged and raped repeatedly over the course of five days before being strangled. the incident has once again put the spotlight on the high number of rape cases in
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india. such partner law this is a national matter not a political one this is about the women in this country and today all political parties ordinary men and women are standing here. but many fear the accused won't face justice i see for belonged to a no magic muslim community in kashmir in the country's north there have been protests here too some in support of the accused. local rightwing hindu groups in kashmir have turned the case into a sectarian issue because the girl was a muslim and all the accused a hindu even some members of india's ruling the j.p. party of joint rally supporting the body of the same to. be the support. and lead up to support. the action. that faced with growing protests both in kashmir and in new delhi the government is
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insisting that justice will be done. football in the champions league defending title holders round madrid have drawn german giants by and munich in the semifinals german side will be at home for the first leg in two weeks liverpool have been paired with roma in the time the second lags take place in early may by of course bidding for a travel interim coach because they've already wrapped up the bundesliga and have a german cup semifinal next week against leverkusen. you can be all not go by and have chosen i'm trash from france niko kovac as their coach from next season has not been confirmed played for by and between two thousand and one and two thousand and three i was teammates with sporting director. and during that stretch this by doing good work at the frankfurt went by and when it comes calling most people. was
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no exception. me years sun media buyer kept their promise and announced their future coach this month and it's a face familiar to munich inter. during his stint at frankfurt started in two thousand and sixteen made season he turned the club from a relegation candidate to being on europe's doorstep this season making the announcement with five games left and frankfurt still chasing a european berth could hurt his current club moving forward however coaching in bahrain is irresistible. but. i've had a good two years here and that's coming to an end soon it will be a difficult time for me of course but it's the case that where one door closes another door opens somewhere else. to be honest not many coaches are offered the opportunity to get
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a position in munich. didn't. you hike you said he thought byron made a good decision making the coco botches successor stating he's diligent and has innovative qualities not all coaches possess. essential up to the top in the meantime of course there's always the website that's t w dot com of the day . earth home to millions of species of home worth saving. google ideas tell stories of creative people and innovative projects around the world like protect the climate boost green energy solutions and reforestation.


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