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the routes to. the. u.k. police arrested an eighteen year old in connection with friday's bomb blast on the london underground islamic state claims it was behind be a time that left twenty nine people injured also. the show of defiance against the spanish government council officials throw their support behind the region's upcoming independence referendum. people turned out in support of the council only as secession. talks in kazakhstan on the syria crisis yielded crucial agreement for deescalation zones in the war torn country and
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includes more than a mainly opposition held province as well. just after knowing am in vancouver of eleven pm in bangkok and seven in the evening this sunday here in moscow every year joining us from welcome to r.t. international our top story this hour british police have raided apartments in the site west of the capital in connection with a terror attack on the london underground on friday properties in the town of sunbury been evacuated on court and put in place it comes just hours after the arrest of an eighteen year old man who's suspected of planting the bucket of in the incident islamic state claimed responsibility for what has become the fifth terror attack in the u. . this year i'm out around eight twenty in the morning an improvised explosive
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device went off inside a train pulling into parson's green station leaving twenty nine people injured including children many suffered burns witnesses describe seeing a fireball rip through the carnage with the city's mayor a previously said that londoners have to learn to live with the threat of terrorism that was a year ago and his words were preceded by a deadly wave of violence and terror across england. you won't succeed but you want to fight us we will be cowed by terrorists. you will see over the next few days i mean crease number. across.
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the attempts to. make countless acts of kindness that brought people closer together. and. they continue to be visible patrols around manchester which include the deployment of. us will see an increased police presence today and over the course of the next few days no reason to be a long. road. eight feet. long that is we'll see an increased number of peaceable police.
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called british prime minister treason may has now raised the terror threat to its highest level critical with more on how locals have reacted on what the mood is like following the spate of attacks in twenty seventeen years on us to see it. yet another terrorism related incident in the u.k. a twenty seventeen pandemic of terror with this now the fifth and every attack demands more security measures and public vigilance now to guard. following the van attack on westminster bridge they put up a concrete barriers to prevent a similar salt earlier this month london's metropolitan police came up with another measure to stop the vehicles targeting large crowds steal spikes road maps to be rolled out a big events but just days after the announcement london was hit by a different kind of attack. the weapon this time was concealed in
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a simple plastic bag and bucket and left on the tube during rush hour cordoned off behind me is the area where the fifth terror related incident to shake the u.k. in recent months took place early friday morning in a train topped with commuters were a homemade device partially detonated commuters described the scene as a stampede with people running for their lives to men were shouting run run so we all piled off the train and just ran for our lives we were literally running for our lives and i saw for a second i'm about to die a bomb is about to go off if you are jumping over what all's well like but the other trees asian with a beautiful bump and go into this these jumping into of the people. that you understand another terror attack has slipped by the authorities but the location this time has left many shocked and questioning where they go from here to the leafy crossings green if you don't think so i haven't but that's the show so it's
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natural it's kind of flying that anybody. can do anything they like that we're not taking this that way like let's take let's walk it's kind of scary as authorities investigate this latest incident to see what should and could have been done the attackers seemed to be one step ahead of creating a new unnerving and unpredictable norm and. london. police brutality protests in the u.s. city of st louis erupted in violence with thirty two people arrested and ten officers injured overnight.
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demonstrators were also seen throwing rocks son found allies in the home of them or you know the rest began after a former policeman this point not guilty of killing a black man a twenty of them for a total of around one thousand protesters blocked an intersection in the city's downtown area and gathered in front of the local police department tear gas pepper spray were both used to try to disperse them or to america's banks has been following developments. protests have erupted and the city of st louis and the national guard is on standby following but i'll quote all a former police officer jason stokely thirty six year old stokely was charged with first degree murder in the case of twenty four year old anthony lamar smith shortly after the verdict was passed down several hundred protesters reportedly blocked a highway ramp and popular intersection near the courthouse as they march through the city local news reports police deployed pepper spray against several protesters
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and the early afternoon this verdict was handed down even despite calls for the officers conviction from the ethical society of police according to the probable cause statement used in the case shortly before the answer then stokely approached smith's a window firing a five times into the vehicle hitting smith with each shot and killed. him additionally prosecutors say a firearm was found in smith's car but it was later determined to only have the all the serious d.n.a. on it now some activists and think who with a pledge quote amount to rupture and have stokely was acquitted that the outcome but look a lot like ferguson the potential for on the right has a great thing with rejoined ever since ferguson officer jeremy relation shot and killed unarmed eighteen year old michael brown back in twenty four. hundreds of cattle and officials are meeting to show their support for the upcoming independence referendum in
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a clear show of defiance against spanish the large crowds have also gathered outside the city council building in barcelona to voice their commitment to the courts and the custom only and president is intent on the courage. to do not underestimate the strength of the people of catalonia he's been the central government may have many laws many bullets in it but there's one thing that they don't have they don't have you know they don't have the people of cats and. like to . thank. me thank. me. but really strongly opposes the independence push has launched an investigation into hundreds of various who pledged their support for the campaign last week the referendum is set to take place on the first of all madrid has been doing everything in its power to scupper it in the government's latest move to block us
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alone is referendum police raided a printing house sponsorship thora things have also told council on media outlets that they must stop publishing content for sparking independence they could raise prime minister has praised the work being done to stop them. it is necessary to congratulate him particularly the super. marks of a they have seize more than one hundred thousand cattle on government propaganda posters. well last week the spanish constitutional court suspended legislation passed in the parliament which allowed the vote to take place this friday barcelona the region's capital was given forty eight hours to sign an agreement goran teeing that public money will not be spent on the referendum otherwise spain will take control over part of cuts alone his budget. not a single year of the catalans will be directed toward them illegal referendum that is wanted but if you. perhaps there is more than
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a few though as many as fifty percent of catalans are in favor of independence according to the latest poll. we spoke to see madrid's treatment of catalonia shows that. that is to mask i think it's very sad it's more than just indignation to see the democratic generation of the spanish state and this feels bad this is what we regret most of all but that's all we are calm we have a lot of work to do in the municipality and we'll continue working for the people that's what is important for us. of the members of the parliament of the. parliament i in favor. of the catalan six and shape in favor of their referendum of sovereign nation to ask. if they want or not. the referendum by without despondence a state because that's what we want we don't do it unilaterally because we want to
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try and they. keep it all for in the span it's a state. to. take in these democratic exercise but it's up to them. during a syrian city that has been under terrorist siege for over three years is now almost free of the scourge of islamic state and returning to some sort of normal this is the lead his video that we've received from there the rebuilding process has started the few remaining schools and the strong lead in the battle have reopened their doors to students since the city just broke in on the fifth of september humanitarian convoys have managed to deliver much needed aid government forces with the backing of rushes or a force or not buckling to quell the remaining pockets of terrorist resistance or running the city with syria making gains on the ground. and against the lies all
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positive steps are also made a peace talks held in the kazakstan capital astana the parties there have agreed no only final bund reso for deescalation zones across syria and breaking down without means here. of whom the talks an astronaut now over and every school to me is that the sides involved the syrian government as well as the rebels and the three sponsor countries that is russia iran and turkey have agreed on the establishment flexion zones in syria where the fighting is fiercest between rebels and the syrian government three countries that have agreed to guarantee the de confliction zones that is russia again turkey and iran will have monitors on the ground watching for any cease fire violations and taking action and as necessary move these de completions rooms will be set up in. aleppo here in the taqiyya in.
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the south of syria as well as in homs province these a areas again where the clashes between the syrian government and the rebels. and where civilians have borne the brunt of all this suffering that they have had to have to endure the u.n. envoy to syria stefan de mistura as well as the russian ambassador who is just optimism again and they said that if these swoops that this will be a big relief for the people of syria perhaps there will in geneva we will be continued talking and not only talking about taking action on the human it enough victim which is a natural consequence of a difficult name or a difficult issue the more humanitarian action. we consider the establishment of the deescalation zones to be a major milestone it has served as the light at the end of the tunnel for the syrian people and made them feel more secure if it gives hope for progress in the
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new. future it's worth mentioning that the sticking with g. confliction suits on to new idea they have been implemented by russia and the united states and by and large they have worked nevertheless it's important to bear in mind that there are sites that actions nusra front here in aleppo in egypt will try to spoil and try to ruin the decomp dictionary is to cease fires as they have in the past so it will be important to watch for that. syrian journalist abraham believes it's too early to call it a success yet with a number of issues remaining. well we have to wait and see the implementation of us are green meant and how effective it would be we have seen several cease foreign deescalation as agreements being breached before and then not being followed through the principle but overall speaks about which has been a simple august and this recent agreement is a separation between dr nicholas rebels which is a milestone if it's
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a cheat because from what we're hearing there will be a separation between three different cover chorizo fighters and in the province of those who are with the escalation will be considered as more of those who will be against it and those who will be actually given some kind of neutral status and they will be reaching some kind of agreement with the syrian government it's a very important concept we have to wait and see if it's going to be implemented. now or for some time we've been reporting on these two russian children who were rescued from the territories in neighboring iraq they've been reunited with their families now after an arctic campaign called bring them home help trace the children's relatives. thank you very much. i. made it. look. fun and would recognize the moment the doctors say he's all right we need some
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psychological treatments he won't get better. with this painful at first then we felt joy we knew that we found him the stooges we still have there are no words to describe it it was so hard to find garge that we found him and you pulled him back to. take a look. when the story is a sad when i. heard teacher were initially taken to a baghdad orphanage after they were rescued from territory previously held by ice in the city of mosul both were injured too traumatized to talk about their experiences and it's thought i'd lost his mother and brothers in the car. the two youngsters finally did return home though after their relative saw her plea but
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overall speaking this is really just a drop in the ocean with many more children still stuck in iraq the campaign to help them continues. those for the. good of the little. just after the break we've got the un's reaction on rallying call to put more pressure on north korea's.
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seemed wrong. but. just don't hold. me. to shape out just because the ticket and in the game equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground the. what politicians do. they put themselves on the line they did accept the reject. so would you want to be president and she. wanted. to go right to the press this is what the. three of the people are. interested in the.
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question. twenty minutes into the program welcome back there has been more condemnation from the u.n. security council over north korea's latest missile test on an emergency closed door session members called on each other to fully implement. sanctions the meeting came after north korea fired a ballistic missile over japan on friday photos of the launch and since been released and with no new approach to the crisis agree business is how russia's u.n. ambassador described what's occurring we were discussing for a while that would eat in a vicious circle. it is illusion a provocation it is a delusion that another provocation. and we were going to play things many people
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raised an issue that we have to think maybe out of the books but it does seem that current sanctions on military drills are failing to bring about a positive breakthrough on the peninsula. this is the most stringent set of sanctions on any country and a generation. these sanctions will cut deep with. today's resolution builds on what were already the deepest cutting sanctions ever leveled against north korea those sanctions are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen.
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to from swear police their own long with their families are protesting over working conditions for them across the country officers say among other issues they're frustrated with the growing number of violent protests they're having to deal with . i. mean. i. think. the truth. of the. the. well perhaps one illustration of how unhappy french officers are with their jobs four hundred
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and twenty riot control officers reportedly failed to turn up to police a labor law protest on tuesday one police union official told r.t. the number was actually higher than the other run to thaw and from today's demonstration in part a serious r.t.s. polyploid. french police and their thousands are protesting on the streets of paris today and in cities across the bronx they say they all fed up with having to put up good full working conditions to last a day to buildings bad equipment and broken down cause they say that they're worried that fornicate on your investments is going to lead to greater risks being taken by the police and the police i'm sorry to see you here raise a warning worked to the button and stretched than snoop maximum of their resources and they're worried that it not only affects them and their lives unless family's
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lives detrimental late but more importantly that it affects their ability to protect the french public at a time when the country needs their protection and the most french police say the government isn't doing enough to protect them on the front line with the country in a permanent state of emergency and unions are complaining that offices are forced to work in insufficient dated conditions. french citizens have a misleading image of what's actually going on with law and order all the police here whether it's on the street or the investigators they're working flat out they're doing everything they can but they don't have the resources to do everything that they can the national police are working and deplorable conditions offices have even tried to use some humor to draw attention to that concerns these images of vermin and rundown police stations was submitted for a police union photo competition asking for proof of poor working conditions adding
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to the pressure is the increasing number of terror incidents with security services failing to prevent seven attacks within the past eight months alone and the police themselves are often becoming targets french police officers of fallen victim to increasing. over the pasta yeah back in april it was here on the show say that a jihadist gunman shot dead a police officer and injured two others and in october twenty sixth dean outside of paris youths told petrol bombs at full police offices one nearly died of his injuries. that incident sparked protests from police unions demanding that the french government do more to protect them and protests are under way again across from the new delhi the protesting simply because they don't have the resources. both each subsequent government promises things that the never deliver the police
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have had enough and that's why they're protesting with emanuel might quantised president police unions in the country are even more can sund promise to cut public spending and tackle france's public debt but french police say the country simply can't afford to cut corners when it comes to france's front line security. well lots more stories at the top of the hour with drew farber stay with international this sunday evening here. desperate for a single. day of a super. star training very young. eight months of intensive school.
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