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continues to. president. protests around the world including. the u.s. embassy. the u.s. led coalition. and claims to be the only force responsible for quote meaningful progress against the terror group. video. showing a police shooting. clear. day
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on this monday here you're watching r t international and a very warm welcome to. the past twenty four hours have seen a fresh wave of violent protests. to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital and move. protesters demanded the resignation of the american ambassador in sudan crowds rallied against outside a united nations office and the most violent demonstrations were seen em beirut where protesters attempted to storm the u.s. embassy.
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but if you let. the. police fired tear gas and charge at the same time in a an attempt to actually capture a few palestinian use which they did and we filmed them dragging them away into place vehicles that was in a violent saying that it was not i was not thought it. was so all of this because of donald trump's announcement to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital in what has been considered right across as a dangerous reckless and completely ill conceived move
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a pro palestinian rally also took place in paris just before the israeli prime minister arrived in france binyamin netanyahu was on his first trip to europe after america's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital and so far top european politicians have been making it clear they do not welcome the decision she expressed to prime minister netanyahu my disappointment to the u.s. president's declaration and explain that front sees it is contrary to international . law and it's dangerous to peace i think the sooner the problem students come to grips with this reality the sooner we will move towards peace the only realistic solution to the conflicts between israel and palestine is based on two states which are those as the capital of both the state of the sort and the state of palestine on the sixty seven line i believe. most of the european countries will move the embassies to jerusalem record those crucial ms rose. meantime britain's prime
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minister condemned trump's decision as unhelpful adding she disagrees with the move while germany's foreign minister expressed fears the move could worsen the israel palestine conflict where we put the whole divisive issue up for debate who can open the bible and to count how many times jerusalem is in danger and there they will find out also that jerusalem is not mentioned even one time in the koran not even one time people will find out that jerusalem is the capital of israel since nine hundred forty eight the whole world is condemning this action because simply it's against the international law it's against the framework for the peace process is has forfeited the united states for free did its position as a broker to the peace process and i'll tell you something the israelis have gone to war in peaceful i was in in just nothing to do with the protests before nine
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donald trump. kept his promises they issued as these people russians americans and we are here in libya the least the only democracy of the all only all the really alive in this very dark environment trumps decision hasn't won much support at the u.n. either the security council condemned the decision by fourteen members to one only the us defended itself or the bodies secretary-general suggested it poses a threat to the entire mideast peace process. i think that the decision that was taken wednesday respects to compromise this effort and if that is the case it would be. the p.t. arab countries meantime also condemning the move while some called for the decision to be reversed eleven on even switches suggested that actually sanctions should be
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imposed on washington and egypt's foreign affairs minister some as shukri outlined to our sister channel r.t. arabic his country's view of this situation. unfortunately though we. have indicated on several occasions the dangers related to such a decision and the possible ramifications. the decision was taken and we do still believe that it does not conform to international legitimacy through the resolutions of the united nations they were shown to what we have to see in the degree of violence that has been instigated by this decision i think egyptian position has been clearer in that it deplores this this decision and feels that it has not the true beauty positively to opportunities to achieve peace in the israeli palestinian. situation. police brutality in
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america are making headlines again after body cam footage was recently released showing an officer fatally shooting an unarmed man the incident took place in the state of arizona it was last year for warning you may find this recently released a video disturbing. well police were called the hotel after it was reported that a man had been seen pointing
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a gun out of his window the weapon was actually an air rifle that the victim twenty six year old daniel shaver had been drinking with friends in his hotel room and he was showing them as a rifle which a witness thought may have been a lethal weapon. well mark geragos who is representing the victim's family said it's the most horrific shooting he's ever seen but a jury acquitted the officer of murder and manslaughter charges just last thursday in human ronnie short believes the officer's claims that he felt threatened don't quite hold up. person formal said officer was with the group of other people with guts there was no way that that man even if he had a weapon was going to be able to overcome that many people with body armor with higher powers are automatic weaponry it is a fantasy and a a a sick joke that the officer claimed to fear for his life it was excessive florists it was an execution i believe that many artists. are psychologically
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unstable they're dangerous people and essentially they have a license to kill. islamic states elimination in syria has sparked a new rift between key foreign forces fighting in the country last week russia declared syria liberated from the extremist group with the help of syrian and iranian forces however that didn't sit too well with the u.s. led coalition which now claims it's the only force that's made quote meaningful progress against isis or arties it nicky aaron explains everyone was gearing up to celebrate i saw his grip on syria was loosening and the u.s. coalition forces had the champagne on ice we are defeating isis we're really winning we know how to win places in terms of as a physical caliphate will be gone by the end of the year but when the black flag
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was finally low it some felt the limelight was stolen and used on a lot of the locals to russia's defense minister reported that the military operation on the east and west banks of the euphrates river is now completed with the full defeat of the terrorists of course there could still be some pockets of resistance but in general combat actions at this stage and on this territory are over. how dare russia claim the moment of glory i want to thank general mattis for doing such a great job with respect to this he's not the hell out of. myself made it possible with what i've let you do i think. so instead of celebrating some chose perhaps predictably to squabble over before i know i find it surprising that russia takes all the credit for defeating eisel in reality eisel occupied a large part of syria and iraq and it was the coalition that shrank the territory
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occupied by the jihadists let's step back and look at how i still lost ground in the south the syrian army backed by russian at power repainted the map from back to damascus red well coalition forces with the help of the kurds did much of the heavy lifting by liberating swathes of northern syria but heaven forbid we should even consider this a team effort. with the support of the russian air force the syrian army liberated hundreds of cities from eisel territories and returned almost all the countries territory to the government controlled. the us led coalition the russian federation the syrian regime is the only fields that has made meaningful progress against isis three years the various sides have said a common goal driving i saw out of syria but now that's been achieved for some the main thing now is taking all the credit it is still absolutely critical to the us
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role in the world to maintain this this narrative that it is a response only responsible for. you know the good things that happen in the world while its enemy is responsible for all the bad things and and unfortunately it sees russia as not just a competitor but really as an enemy at this point. the former dutch special envoy to syria nicholas told r.t. so if you have an answer that attempts to take all the credit for defeating i so only made simply for political gain and. i think it's not and the country that is really can claim that they have had their victory because there are so many countries involved in the fight against against islamic state it is the western alliance arab countries the syrian regime dear amy and hezbollah so to claim it i think it's a political statement but it isn't ones to claim that he or she is the main
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responsible for winning from dives i did says be in the process of various years. islamic states defeat has also been declared in neighboring iraq with a military parade held in celebration in the capital. and i would like to announce that to our armed forces to finally create the new and alan bond provinces and have full control of the iraqi syrian border in this case the pentagon welcomed the announcement saying it will continue to support iraqi forces to ensure isos defeat and the state department spokesperson made it clear the u.s. has no plans to leave iraq claiming the fight against terror isn't yet finished
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the united states joins the government of iraq in stressing that iraq's liberation does not mean the fight against terrorism and even against isis in iraq is over the united states along with a global coalition to defeat isis will continue to partner with iraqi security forces advising training and equipping them. journalist nicholas davies told us washington will try to find other ways to further ensure his presence in iraq novel the terrorists have actually be defeated if the iraqi government believes that it has. essentially got the resistance to its control of the country and then it will probably once again be wanting the americans to leave so then it becomes a matter of whether the americans can actually find justification is to maintain
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some kind of presence they always have maintained some presence special operations forces working with the kurdish peshmerga in iraq kurdistan of course now there's a certain level of conflict now between the iraqi government and the government of iraqi kurdistan and that may in some way be used as the u.s. by the u.s. as a justification for keeping least special operations forces in north and iraq it is also international thanks for joining us so far so a bit coin has begun trading on the chicago futures exchange with many seeing about as a major step to legitimizing the cryptocurrency details in a moment. here's
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what people have been saying about redacted in the senate it's full of the only show i go out of my way to find you know what it is that really packs a punch. yeah it is the john oliver of r t america is doing the same we are apparently better than to see people you've never heard of love back to the night president of the world bank take. me seriously send us an e-mail. seems wrong. just don't call. me. to see how to stay. active. and engaged because betrayal. when something is find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground .
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to monday news here on our international bit coin has begun trading on the chicago futures exchange with many seeing it as a major step to legitimizing the cryptocurrency this month bitcoin topped the record nineteen thousand dollars a shocking advance considering it was worth barely one hundred bucks just four years ago however other cryptocurrency and there are over a thousand of them well they're not fairing quite so well.
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the problem i think on is that as a strip it. later there are so many of these and some of the communication needed that the state of transactions has to be incredibly slow or block trying to acknowledge it could be used by the trust that the central bank should use digital money which could be there and given to everybody in the country so whereas a moment central banks only interrupt react with banks the banking system
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a sudden all banks financial institutions suddenly central accident interact with us regularly and that to me with the means by which you get used to it you will currencies to cancel excess of the level of credit created money which is being almost in the last bit of profit it alls so that's to me the probably the major innovation central banks taking all walk trying to quality producing digital currency and then getting us all back out of the central bank which could be used as a way of bringing about people's funds hazing. japan south korea and the united states are. currently holding joint military drills it's a display of force that the trio hoping won't go unnoticed by north korea just in case it does japan could be about to go a couple steps further the country's military considering whether to purchase long range missiles for his fighter jets however that might breach japan's own policy of
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only acquiring defensive weapons that is something that has been enshrined in the country's constitution since world war two so we asked people on the streets of tokyo how they feel about their country's latest military maneuvering. but you case it's rational not correct i mean not the good seeing you know to buy a weapon in the throat that you know. spend the money and we're not supposed to have it in a defense that those by law we're not supposed to happen those that. stuff so i know we have lots of procedures to go. she's not serious. i see actually exists. economy. yet. months i think we don't really feel any kind of like real threat in terms of north korea but i think there is a threat as well. i mean the escalating situation on the korean peninsula un
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under-secretary general jeffrey feltman visited north korea just last week he stressed that the only solution to the crisis is a diplomatic one achieved through quote sincere dialogue author and human rights attorney eric seraphic and things japan's growing military muscle isn't helping to ease tensions in the region. what we see is an alliance between japan and the united states which by itself isn't a bad thing but what we always fail to do is put ourselves in the shoes of the north koreans and the d.p. r. k. in order to understand the historical context for japan has. always been head to head with north korea there's always an edge when you bring in japan into the korean discussion and adding new weapons and bringing the situation to a conflict potentially between japan and korea that have been
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a peace for so long but still without a peace treaty have been at peace for so long is only going to stir up trouble it is a busy monday for your worldwide headlines when aleksey international hope to see you in about. so there is no the all important as a person bug in here is a boredom as far as is leaving would cause a risk in the regime falling apart so indeed the americas are under the americans for much less of them and to have him leave the old oil from time to dime they keep saying if they go so in the end i think most countries are accepting that they will stay. with nor make this manufactured consent to student of public wealth. when the
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ruling classes project over themselves. when the final larry go round lifts only the one percent told. us to ignore middle of the room signals. to moon i mean real news. about your sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself in taking your last bang turn. your act right up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry for me i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each other. but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it
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was a cave still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like it said why. does not please a few more the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this one like to say i speak to you now as there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. must never wanted this up. i. was up the. stuff. for us. please.
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i am an israeli old woman. that was born in haifa loves and i can fully and ache for weight i cannot agree with so many things that's going on in my country better than me. it changed my life externally. is that only to be born in call of my parents. in a certain way holocausts i'm called actually of them or. really deal cause in the
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form was a. real thing and is very ordinary person who found himself wondering and the face of history. and i had to. to decide what to do the same situation and hopefully i found a way to. to give a meaning to a senseless. killing. street .
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my mother was born in siberia and she was but fifteen or sixteen after they were volution their whole family came to israel in the beginning of the twenty is nineteen twenty something. on a boat my father though that was born in jerusalem met my mother in the port when thereafter israel and they married. my father from germany when most of poland were both. part of the socialists ernest movement they felt at the time that the best thing to do in life was to be put in the us and creating. what they did. my mother was born in the old city of
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jerusalem all true of orthodox jewish family she met my father when she was a nurse he was very badly wounded in the forty eight war and she took airfare they fell in love. was born in nice a lovely house in haifa and i went to school here in the i went to scott's movement then i was part of the how then are we were happy all sounds of songs of happy to be here to build a country we have a lot of hopes. i. am an outcome of the ordering israeli upbringing i was a soldier i was a very devoted to serve. i grew up in tel aviv with parents as though this event in the us of a i'm angry with the political
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establishment of this way and more critical than ordinary inside. day to clearly sion of the state it was fourteen from a nineteen forty eight we were way down in the name groove. then leave that to understand that there is no other way but fight because otherwise they're one of the all in the sea and it's not a joke. every night through a hole we were not affected by the arabs arabs oh we will.


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