tv Sophie Co RT January 22, 2018 9:30am-10:00am EST
now it seems that money doesn't talk when it comes to the u.s. congress at the moment because it remains shut for a third day is congressman failed to come to a mutual decision on the u.s. budget while republicans and democrats to struggle to find a compromise the american public is starting to feel the pinch. america knows this is the trump shutdown i feel. so let's put that nice little ring to it doesn't it senate democrats shut down this government a big fat failure.
unfortunately we cannot stay because congressional democrats are weak government funding to an immigration. government. meanwhile germany's drawn out coalition talks could be on the bright brink of a breakthrough the social democrats leader martin shows has persuaded his party members to vote in favor of reforming the grand coalition with chancellor angela merkel's party however the agreement could leave the empty migrant party or turn as if the germany as the main opposition force in the country as peter oliver explains . all the. it was the result that martin schultz wanted it was the result he
campaigned for both spirit was a visibly very worried martin schulz waiting for those results that come in he gave a speech just before the ballots were cast he said that there were only two options it was either go into coalition with angela merkel's conservative bloc or they'd have to be another election and he was very clear on which one he'd prefer that you don't you know you everyone should realize the question is coalition talks for new elections my take on this is very clear i don't think you elections are the right way for us but what would a coalition do for the pacific how would the vote the stagg look if a new grand coalition can be formed well what it would do is it would mean that the social democrats were no longer the largest opposition party would go to the new kids on the block alternative for germany they would be the largest opposition
party they would also get all of the or perks and traditions that come along with that including being the chair of the bundestag budget committee all new ground for the right leaning and t. establishment party a party in fact in which martin schultz and many other senior members of the social democrats have decried as racist before the election in september and said that they shouldn't be taking up seats within the bundestag well in an attempt to try and hang on to power for himself may well catapult them up into the position of germany's largest opposition. patrol over there while the geo political analyst trainer offers to explain to us why the a.f.p. has gained so much support. i would say that the union party is above all the c.d.u. look as left of the conservative positions of the past they have turned somewhat roughly speaking into an ask. and ask b.d. it has lost much of its political standing because many of the topics were also
covered by the c.d.u. so the eight after just came in to fill in. the blank space that. has left. one of the stumbling blocks during the coalition talks has been migration policy with a number of new approaches being tried to ease the crisis the eastern city of course most has taken matters into its own hands and banned newcomers altogether the move is in response to several recent incidents last week for example a teenager was stabbed by two syrians and several days before that an elderly couple was attacked by a group of refugees however local near nuts seeds have also been blamed for violence at illegal rallies and there are reports that they have attacked migrants we spoke to people in compost. the state they make it look like a salmon seekers or whoever attacked the germans but there were also cases when it
happened the other way around for example three africans were beaten up by a group of germans on new year's eve over the next few days nobody reported only later thanks to the efforts of when actually it was made public. because it's not a solution to the problem not accepting and migrants doesn't solve the problem we have here and cutpurse in any case people don't feel as safe as they used to there is some insecurity here the system which i think there is a need for action in the city however the way the authorities are dealing with this situation might belittle bit questionable probably they could have looked into this case more deeply to see whether the other options. well three other communities in the region of lower saxony have also banned migrants my colleague neil harvey discussed this with he's from the alternative for germany party the only been a handful of attacks by migrants in bursts as well as some on migrants themselves isn't
a ban excessive well not to the victims those violent attacks occurs and there are about three thousand migrants who entered the us mostly their young males from north africa and syria bringing with them a completely different culture of. conflict resolution. there's a breaking point for even the most tolerant of communities and apparently this breaking point has been reached there sure opinion locals certainly aren't all in support of this ban nobody's saying that any violence is acceptable but some people suggesting you know maybe more to this than meets the eye maybe six of one half a dozen of the other and that perhaps more options should be explored is that not a good idea. well i'm afraid. that little to no time left to explore other options there's a big tension building up in many communities and cities are simply fed up the german treasury has admitted that in the last year alone more than twenty two
billion euros would needed to accommodate these one point five million migrants and this is of course a large sum of money to try to explain this to millions of germans who are living on the breadline having two jobs and trying very desperately to make ends meet you're watching r t still to come for you thousands of people in the netherlands have been protesting against the environmental impact of big corporations in the country we'll have a look at that in detail just after the break. the war hawks sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles that. the new socks for the tell you that be gossiped a couple of miles. off the bat as they tell you all and i
fields but locals there are concerned about the environmental impact they blame corporations for numerous of quakes in the area the latest coming within the last ten weeks on friday around ten thousand people marched against drilling in the area the protesters do say the problem is not being taken seriously enough that quakes continuing to damage the local infrastructure earlier this month in fact were measured three point four magnitude the biggest earthquake in the netherlands for five years. it was opened up and you don't we have an earthquake damage my home is damaged but in comparison with others it isn't that bad my house isn't being held up with braces but i am worried i think it has to do with money and the lack of having good people who know how to deal with processing claims. this problem goes back many years the point is that people have been waiting too long to receive compensation for the damages that have been caused because of and they have been waiting too long for the drilling to stop it needs to happen now and again looking
at it makes me sick that ever think it's breaking that no one is taking direct action. while the university of groningen has published its own study into the issue of drilling and it. there is a direct connection between drilling in the northern gas fields and also the earthquakes in fact specialists are also concerned too about layers of sandstone in the region which they say could eventually lead to yet more tremors happening when a solution hasn't been found for something like a decade and this map does show the number of quakes that have hit the region too and we can see here also that they've been occurring mostly in the northern gas fields where the fault lines are concentrated around an area where something like sixty thousand people currently live the dutch economy minister says if the government had taken the problem more seriously production could have been cut in half since twenty thirty although activists do you say that those measures wouldn't have been sufficient they are pumping gas out of our soil for decades now.
in the beginning there were also earthquakes but they just denied it it's not an earthquake it's an airplane going going boom or it's something else but the last years it's obvious that there are real earthquakes that's what worries us very much putting gas out of all seoul is easy money. the government owns a lot of it and also exxon mobil until the last. we are like a modern colony these those and we don't have all so it has to stop. families in the west african country of mali is still searching for answers over a french airstrike that allegedly killed eleven million soldiers that were being held hostage it has been more than two months since the strike in officials from both sides have still conflicting versions of what happened r.t.
spoke to some of the relatives demanding the truth. my nephew was taken prisoner during the attack on the nam palace security post there were people that people wounded and people missing. i ask for anyone who can help us get out of here don't leave us in this place you saw the french intervened to destroy a jihadi camp during this intervention eleven million soldiers lost their lives. tickets from that at the time of the operations there were no hostages. the operations are considered service training camp and the notes on was the presence of the soldiers established. all the production
over there were eleven hostages found on this site and all of them died during this operation vision from images that we received we recognized five of our soldiers that were taken hostage. obama tonight one day they tell us that the hostages were there during the bombing and the next day they tell us otherwise we were waiting to receive news regarding our son. or just to give you a bit of context here france to get involved in the modern conflict back in twenty fourteen after isn't this militant took parts of the country and around four thousand french troops are involved in an anti terror operation that is still ongoing or so just a week ago great to bolster the campaign with its heavy copters. finally this adding new year household chores isn't exactly everybody's cup of tea although one russian cosmonaut might beg to differ because these are pictures we're back to
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