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the supposed. to. is a tourist phobia will fill in tone identity. the syrian army breaks islamic states blockade of the air base in. the operation to force the terrorists out of the city reaches its final phase. of the u.s. meets president we'll look at the challenges the diplomats will face. and germany's foreign minister. could be lifted the troops.
are broadcasting live from our studios in moscow this is our thomas have with us now the syrian army says it has broken islamic states blockade of an air base in the city of. the syrian army managed to break the siege over the military airports here in de desert but let me fantasize something that civilians and syrians all over syria are so had be and they consider it as a moment of triumph on the way to defeat as a leader over this this this soil of the country if you are talking about the military operations state run media reported today that the military operations started by the forces into cemetery in the south was the don't result link with forces holding the airplanes of the air boats. it's all to mention that this is of
course the fairest meeting between these forces within nine months and what if their mission i have to mention that this comes only a few days off so a russian backed forces managed to break the siege over the it was the initial areas here and there are still. some analysts and observers believe that this is would be and maintaining bones in the war against bolton's goal is to liberate all that is the initial areas that are just a few of his then szell areas and districts in the hands of the extremists so his goal is to achieve is a ration and to retake this there is then chill areas a getting. one last thing to please let me say that civilians live is going to be much easier from now on and their suffering will and the syrian military has been advancing rapidly in recent months back in june islamic state controlled
a quarter of the country three months later half that territory has it now been retaken and now government forces are on the verge of fully liberating the city of dairies or one of the last strongholds in syria. we heard from a syrian army commander on the subject. of the has the syrian air force played the main role in locating the terrorist forces known as i saw their identify their ammunition warehouses and listened in to meetings in which the terrorists planned attacks inside and around their result with the help of russian air power the syrian air force struck these places ahead of the arrival of syrian government troops this weekend isis ability to attack and to call in reinforcements from raca and palmira syrian forces fought fierce battles the terrorists had planted improvised explosive devices and car bombs all around trying to prevent the army from entering the city in the end the syrian army gained a great deal of momentum and was able to connect there is or with other territories it has gained and. meanwhile
a humanitarian convoy has reached the city for the first time since i saw a three year siege was broken residents lined up for food water and other essential supplies. people in dairies or on the brink of starvation we were desperate for food and water to reach the city that was all we wanted and thank god help has now arrived. almost died from hunger thing god the humanitarian aid the right we thought we were going to die. we cannot describe how relieved we are people were dying we would like to think the army and paid tribute to them for lifting the siege charbel think god we have been safe from a terrible ordeal things will be different now but hide that we want to think this syrian army for lifting the blockade and freeing us from islamic state. russia is involved in the aid effort sending supplies into newly liberated parts of the city for the past three years locals have depended on air drops middle east analysts are
one half told us the latest advances could spell the end for islamic state. the entire episode of the syrian army of reaching the city of daters or breaking the sea each and isis forces dies forces you know fleeing this base and you know mounting no real resistance is a huge turning point in a sense because suddenly this sort of fearsome enemy is you know fleeing a battlefield and is not you know able to. you know mount in a sense any credible. how do you say. operation the forces that had been separated in the airport from the main city about nine months ago are now liberated they've been through terrible ordeal themselves as well. forces are pretty much those that are the three made inside the city are pretty much trapped between the advancing syrian army forces and the river and so liberating the city itself
shouldn't really take much longer. russia's new ambassador to the u.s. has taken office at a time of strained relations between the countries on the telly on the top of presented his credentials to president trump in the white house some reports now on the challenges the new ambassador will face. well a much anticipated meeting between russia's recently appointed ambassador to the u.s. and u.s. president donald trump has taken place antonov predecessor was constantly targeted by the western media portrayed in a negative light over a number of allegations given the controversy surrounding the previous diplomat there are now many speculations around the new figure and as with all u.s. russia meetings this one also attracted media attention especially amid rising diplomatic tensions antonov in particular expressed russia's eagerness to normalize relations with washington and russian. relations between the two
countries to get the relations between the united states and russia. international peace and progress as well as a strategic stability according to the diplomat the meeting took place in a warm and constructive atmosphere commenting on the meeting the ambassador said that moscow is ready to take concrete steps to improve relations with washington and despite the ongoing diplomatic spat between the countries that saw us russia relations sink to one of the lowest points in history and said he believes the situation is mendable provided there is enough will to cast aside political differences and work together now this is all quite a positive shift from the rhetoric we've been hearing from both sides lately and it seems that improve relations between the two countries seems even more promising considering the new russian ambassador was actually a key member of the team that worked on the two thousand and ten new start
bilateral nuclear arms reduction agreement. political analyst charles or tell'd told us the current tensions are harming both russia and the united states. it's really you know difficult for me to understand why are either side is going down this path i mean you know we could quibble and say you know in terms of our population we have a larger population that you could come back and say well we have larger territory and whatever but i mean this is really you know i have two children and a case that occasionally when they would fight over small problems and ignore great opportunities you know i would try to teach them a lesson or two i'm not saying upright regard the united states and russia as children but you know with all the problems we face around the world in particular our joint problem with radical islamic terrorism. and i caught i mean that seems to be still finding its full potential i could go on and on and on with all those problems with with so many shared interests i fail to see the wisdom of going down this path. germany's federal election is just two weeks away and the foreign
minister has overtaken chancellor merkel as the country's most popular politician even though he is not running for the leadership. i was close to being arrested in the wrong china and saudi arabia as i visited those countries i like to think i'd be able to refrain from triggering any foreign policy crises of my words. yes.
oh. yes said margaret burial gave an exclusive interview to r t sharing his views on the upcoming election and sanctions against russia. by self i was very happy when two days ago the russian president vladimir putin on publicly announced plans to in the request the u.n. mission of course the conditions proposed by russia for an not the same as the one actually we avoid trains proposed i consider it a good first step and what we need to do now is negotiate directly with the goal of the strategy a cease fire and pulling back heavy weaponry and now we have an opportunity and do that and if we manage to implement its the truth zook at least the political process of reconstructing done bassmaster start then we can start to think sanctions against russia i was criticized as i did want to. but i still believe it's correct and as ocean. yeah i want people to vote in germany's interests and in
their own interests we want this country to prosper and that's possible only within a united europe those who are turning against europe will weaken our country along runnings but i. wasn't always had i think russia was just as concerned about islamist terrorism as we're in russia or like us is concerned about the proliferation of nuclear weapons if north korea continues down this path and other small countries follow that we will want the same thing as russia arms control nucular disarmament and measures to ensure peace establish trust and defeat islamist terrorism that our countries have plenty of shared interests. is widely expected to win a fourth term as chancellor but some believe that after twelve years in power it's time for her to step down on saturday march was held in berlin with a message merkel must go activists denounced her controversial decision to allow more than
a million migrants into the country over the past two years they were confronted by a rival march in support of the chancellor riot police were deployed to prevent clashes. russia has condemned poland's decision to remove a world war two memorial the foreign ministry described it as an outrageous incident and part of an anti russian policy the red army monument stood at the site of a mass grave. ah ah ah. ah ah ah ah ah ah. ah ah ah. ah ah ah ah ah ah ah ah. ah warsaw recently barred moscow from a project to build a memorial at a former nazi death camp in sobibor operated for a year during the war and a quarter of a million jews were murdered there the camp was closed after enlarged uprising led
by a soviet officer when six hundred prisoners attempted to escape and only a few dozen lived to tell the tale and the polish government recently demanded a trillion dollars from germany and war reparations and poland is also demanding money from russia and warsaw's deputy minister of justice wants moscow to pay compensation for the polish soviet war which ended in one thousand nine hundred one however he made no mention of the red army's liberation of poland from nazi germany in one thousand nine hundred five eastern europe analyst. gave us his take on the story. after a nineteen eighty nine day destroyed quite a lot of monuments especially to monuments of general in crowd which surely beret some monuments where they left and now would be i can say they finished the joke if you ask when people you know on district in poland what they
think about doubt they think it's pure event alice but you know that's way media polish media and government is working they don't talk about during all of this soviet army in deliberation of poland the problem is with new generations because the new generation where growed up in schools where they teach history do way i told you about poland would be very very tight me without. border soviet union helped build into a house ushered second floor for. more than six million people have been forced to flee their homes in florida as hurricane irma makes landfall the edge of the storm is now battering the state's coastline has left a trail of devastation across the caribbean. thanks.
was. as the eye of the storm heads for florida highways have been jammed with vehicles and gas stations are running out of fuel and the florida governor has urged everyone in irma's path to flee but many people in miami are unwilling or unable to leave and are boarding up their windows to limit the damage nicholas sanchez o'donovan is in the city forty. in the morning we didn't see anybody on the street. if something built into a boarded up old if you didn't sandbag. say it's going to be. the floor. of the concepts of when.
i played for about three minutes. if. they don't let me at the top of the field we. safe and sound. and put them away so they are a. pretty. big. around the construction site we are definitely the fact that both. of the states in heart not only for the city but all the south florida the entire state bracing for possible destruction there are now switching gears hundreds of thousands of muslims have fled a military crackdown in myanmar that story much more still to come watch mark international.
as long as he runs support still the intel international community should say to run this is not acceptable you should stop firing on the sinks to the specter baseless ballots hamas. will be doing the place but this is something that i believe is what it should seek to good or we draw some schools with the united states and with other states and to say ok it's not just you know a small easily problem. what politicians do you should. put themselves on the line big get accepted or rejected. so when you want to express an injury. or some want to. have to be right to be close that's what before three of them or ten people get. interested always in the water. there should be.
going back to watch march international live from moscow now at least three hundred thousand rohingya muslims have fled myanmar over the past two weeks according to the united nations the refugees say the military has burned to down their villages although the government has denied this. because. i. was. there.
i was bleeding and could not even lift my hand i had to find a stick with support i walk slowly with the people who came here after breaching here i was taken to the hospital. i was. a military crackdown has dealt a blow to the reputation of the country's defacto leader on san suu kyi previously earned a global respect for campaigning for democracy and won the nobel peace prize for her nonviolent struggle for human rights officials around the world have called for her to be stripped of that prize however the nobel committee says it cannot be revoked there is a look at how the prestigious award is sometimes accused of being politically motivated. the nobel peace prize is supposed to honor those who have done the most
for fraternity between nations their balloon of standing armies and the promotion of peace that's how alfred noble envisioned it more than a century ago but the record of some prize winners and nominees has sometimes been jew b.s. in two thousand and nine the newly elected us president barack obama won the award despite his campaign promises the american military were actually at war for every year of his eight year term airstrikes a raid were held and so. when countries and in twenty sixteen alone over twenty six thousand bombs were dropped by the u.s. air force years later a former noble prize secretary even admitted to his frustration over obama's award the prize did not have the positive effect for obama there when i have hosed especially in the u.s. another contentious choice is the european union the bloc was rewarded with a nobel prize in twenty twelve for quote six decades of contributions to the
advancement of peace and reconciliation democracy and human rights in europe the same year europe saw spike in terror attacks two hundred nineteen happened that year in the e.u. member states also in twenty twelve some european countries were engulfed in mass protests against the sterett images the bloc had imposed the same year the syrian rescue group the white helmet was nominated for the award that's despite its members being alongside al nasra terrorists and even at execution sites the white helmet reputation was also in question after it stays to fake risk you video taking part in a so-called money can challenge. nobel peace prize has you know historically sometimes been a political tool the committee that controls the nobel peace prize nominations and how they select sometimes do it because they are hopeful or they are trying to push an agenda so with obama for example it was only about ten months into his
presidency when they gave him the nobel peace prize he hasn't had a chance to even set up as desk at that point if you look at some of the people that chose one of the ones that you mentioned today on song suchi the reason why she's deserve the prize is she says she worked for years and years in a nonviolent way to change a country i don't think her actions to today are that of a nobel peace prize winner but i certainly don't think that you should take the prize away. moscow's marking eight hundred seventy years since the city was founded celebrations have been held with special workshops exhibitions and sporting events city day ended with a fireworks display in the heart of the russian capital i can attest to that. a riot of noise and color lit up the night sky over the city more than thirteen
thousand fireworks were used to mark moscow's big day and thousands of revelers standing out in the city's streets to watch the spectacle as part of the city day celebrations a new park has been opened. is the first major new park in moscow in fifty years it was part of limited routines initiative and build on the science of a vast soviet era hotel that was pulled down in the early two thousand president visited the new facility artie's in the patrol go has been to see what is in store there would you believe that i am in the middle of a typical russian forest well. the trees around me will tell you that it is quite possible but actually i'm just two hundred meters away from the domes on red square. and moscow's brand new part.
of. the history of the place is really complicated for centuries this area was a bustling city water with narrow but busy streets until what is basically the core of moscow's old town was completely demolished in the soviet times what the build here was a real lot on the city landscape hotel. which was basically a massive box of concrete and steel then finally in two thousand and four they realized the heart of moscow was no place for that kind of architecture and the moscow government ten years to come up with the brilliant idea let's have a park here. so what are the highlights of which is the size of about thirteen football field as you walk through the park you'll find yourself in four different washington climate zones
you've already seen the siberian forests they're also the northern plains cold tundra plus one with warmer southern plains the steps in finally what's known as the wetlands and right now also you'll play starts definitely the favored spot for most people here it's called the soaring bridge which ironically won't take you to the other side of the river but you'll find yourself at moscow's new selfie central . new parks in the city for me to explore looking forward to it more news coming up in about a half an hour take a look. you're
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demise long in the making turns off the lights on a whole parts of new york city as is now true in most cities and impoverishes great journalism at a time when we needed most r t correspondent on your power bill looks at the decline of the newspaper industry. one of the last time a you read a physical newspaper if you're like many americans you could count on your consumption over the past several years according to journalism dot org the height of weekday paper circulation in the united states was in one thousand nine hundred four with the round sixty three point three million it newspapers purchased daily circulation for sunday newspapers peaked around the same time since the mid ninety's newspaper circulation has been on steady decline advertising revenue follows a comparable trend. what happened in the mid ninety's which transformed media the period of the dot com bubble in the united states revolutionized the way in.
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