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it's sovereignty after tel aviv use the country's airspace to carry out the attack on syria max blumenthal author and senior editor at the real news dot com so the escalation with lebanon didn't do israel any good last time and this time it could be even worse. it's a dramatic incident for a number of reasons first of all this is the first israeli plane that syria has down since one thousand nine hundred eighty two second of all israel is unable to escalate for a number of reasons benjamin netanyahu was in the opposition when the israeli government attacked southern lebanon and lost to hezbollah in two thousand and six and he fears another escalation in which hezbollah is substantially stronger after the experience it's gained on the syrian battlefield and the syrian army has gained advanced russian air defenses the s two hundred for example which appears to have downed this f. sixteen so israel is in a tight bind here and they have blamed this entire incident on iran and consider it
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an attack on israeli sovereignty which is actually frankly bizarre because the israeli military struck twelve targets inside syria not israel and the golan heights is considered under international law syrian territory. with less than a month to go until a general election in italy tensions are boiling over one hundred seventy fascist protest is a gathering in essential city of mattered asa. the only. just this day hundreds of supporters of a far right party clashed with police that we could go much an hour to snuff it a racially motivated shooting which left six to enjoy it the shooter was targeting african migrants to the least found
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a copy of hitler's mind count in his apartment as well as a flag with a far right symbol that she just said he wanted to and it's highly in woman and legislate killed by a nigerian asylum seeker. the incident has field concerns about. the rise of neo fascist forces in italy national as well as foreign media have weighed in the shooter's lawyer told journalists that his client was greeted as a hero in prison police say racial and religious violence has soared in italy in recent years these are the shocking numbers from the italian police force hate crimes have jumped ten fold in just four years the issue is raising concern at the highest level with its leaders justice minister revealing he was threatens when he visited the march iraq the shooting victims and hospital. i received threats against me and my family but i was too the first is to go away when the time comes to take action so on. me while a video has appeared in
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a media center in a matter of artist suited shaking hands with the leader of the right wing league and no more over the shooter stood as a candidate for the party in local elections last year my colleague neil harvey debated the issue with a leader not council or. if this guy did what he did he became a creaminess so we. very strict. and. we pons and sit in the next election the people will use it to vote and this is the only way we act any violent act carried out by an immigrant it seems like the response is is also considerable surely this is not good for the country as a whole how do you feel about what's been reported the rise of nationalism and fascism in italy we are just telling you the people we need
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lo we need control to be we cannot lose our identity because italy if this mood of immigration will rise and we will lose. the ally of your party the former soviet belasco and he's called migrants a time bomb not a fairly aggressive rhetoric it's only going to further divide people you said your weapon is your your pension should be trying to bring people together we found always the right way to act together and when we have been in the government the last time in two thousand eighty two two thousand and eleven we practically stopped the arrival of illegal immigrants in two thousand and eleven we had. only four thousand in one year i mean last year we had the more than forty thousand a rival of over seventy today so you can see the difference and this is
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a bomb but because the most of those people. illegal they would never get the. paper. refugee because just the five maximum ten percent of them is a real refugee well the doc after this short break. but it was hard sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles. that you socks try to tell you that the the gossip public. doesn't. like. these are the hawks that we all. want.
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so my mind and entertainment have become blurred that in our culture we have children grow up playing playing on the computer this war has somehow been to mystic cited as entertainment to russia just there's nothing funny about it is so serious russia will be the last to get the nuclear weapons because russia regards nuclear weapons as the bulk. of the against inflation or wars by disappear cover the snowfall. welcome back the south korean president said he's ready to accept an invitation to visit pyongyang from the north korean leader if certain conditions are met this potentially sets up the first meeting between korea's leaders in more than a decade the invitation was delivered by kim jong un's sister who was attending the
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winter olympics in south korea she's the first member of north korea's ruling family to visit the south since the one nine hundred fifty s. she met with president moon for three hour talks on the opening ceremony of the winter games also hinted at flooring ties between the two states with both teams marching together. and more media attention focused on the v.i.p.'s section at the opening ceremony it was revealed that not everyone was too happy about the unified korean team u.s. finds president mike pence made headlines by not standing up as the korean team
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marched jury in the ceremony reports say he was one of a few who remained seated and did not applaud penn slater explains that he came to south korea to cheer u.s. athletes but still the recent friendly relations between the two countries are widely seen as a breakthrough as a lot of the countries held their first talks in two years hong kong city university's joseph chandler political science his professor believes the presidential invitation is a major step forward this is a small break through of. moon of seoul korea understands that his people would like to see the escalation of tension in the korean peninsula the conditions normally will be cessation of nuclear power then this outpost on the part of north korea and north korea in turn will.
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terminate of large scale military exercises are on the part of south korea. and the united states. well the two koreas were able to march under a single unified flag and then take athletes from russia from the team as it's known and to the opening ceremony under a neutral flag however although the russian flag was banned by the i.o.c. it still found its way into the stadium as artie's explains no russian flags at the opening ceremony nation's parade chuang the i.o.c. set some very strict rules and promised no excuses for anyone who'd violate them so who would have thought the russian tricolor would still make it into the ceremony all thanks to a blogger by korean t.v. just as team france were walking into the arena a russian flag i can dump well while the zero eight our team were carrying the
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white a live big flag many russian flags flashed around the arena at the stands but it turned out that not only russians brought them there we spoke to one american fan who grabbed one too and i thought it would be nice to you know show a bit of support for them because they've basically worked for years for this moment to represent their countries and now they can't and so i was kind of trying to sort of you know help them feel at home i was trying to sort of send a message that they should be included because the olympics is for all countries i don't exactly know the particulars of the doping thing i don't know what the right decision is really i'm just trying to show a sense of unity i'm trying to kind of put the politics aside i'm trying to support these athletes because we know for a fact that these athletes are clean there's no doubt about it but then they're being punished for what others may or may not have done and so there's a collective guilt and i don't like collective guilt i think when you have all so many verses beth's athletes banned just before the games instead of you know just
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for the game so they can't appeal they don't actually have any they don't communicate directly what they did wrong but then all their best athletes are sort of banned i think. it is to much to be a coincidence and saturday brings the first olympic medal to the team of o.a.r. or olympic athletes of russia short track skier semi on your list start off as a bronze which he later dedicated to all those russian athletes who were banned from participating in the games. a psychotherapist and gender specialist in the u.k. is challenging the university which is blocking research into people who are great undergoing gender change james caspian claims the move by a bath by university is an attack on free speech streaming stressful day for myself and brought in these proceedings which i think should be of great concern to anyone who values free speech and knowledge i do believe that the research i've proposed
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is important to the world being the transgendered community the research proposed by mr caspian was initially approved by academics back in twenty fifteen but was later dropped in december of twenty sixteen high court judges ruled in the university's favor according to mr caspian the university dropped the research because it feared there would be a backlash on social media r.t. discussed the issue with walt hale who reversed his decision to become a woman. i've been back now to my birth gender for twenty five years i've been married for twenty years and you know when i discovered. that this holds that this whole transgender thing is built solely on feelings there's absolutely no objective proof that anyone is a transgender except by no self identifying as a transgender is no better call proof that anyone is a transgender and there's no proof that anyone benefits from the surgery over the long term some people like myself feel like we had
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a good time while it lasted but when the truth rears its ugly head and you want your life back you want to live in reality and not in. you know surgically made transgender life i found out in my many years of working with transgender people that there is a groundswell of people day transitioning i'm working with them all the time now more and more letters from around the world from people who after five seven twelve maybe fifteen even twenty years they wanted to transition back calling the surgery and their gender change just pure folly and foolishness and totally unnecessary so they won't help the transition just as i've done. well specifying of estee to comment on his decision regarding with the caspian's were such mr caspian for research proposal was not true feast on the grounds of topic but on the message a logical approach the university was not convinced the press would guarantee that
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anonymity of his participants and the confidentiality of data there was such a lost the first round of his legal battle leaving him to cover the university's court costs he set up a crowdfunding page to cover the expenses and mount a fresh legal challenge against the eight of acetate it so far raised almost fourteen thousand pounds what heyer again believes need a fast he has been politically motivated in his decision. well i think it's political absolutely i think it's totally political airfreight of the old you b. d. which is so powerful it would probably overwhelm university if they start studying this like james caspian wanted to do at the university what they would find out is there's a bast number of people who are already transitioning because they regret having changed their gender so i think they're fearful of the truth coming out and this is their way of preventing research from being done to get out that
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saw side to thought out number parisians and the french capital over the years authours he's have tested a variety of methods to try and improve the problem but now the city is resorting to quite literally revolutionary tactics. to try. to.
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my colleague neil harvey with at the top of the hour. we're going to.
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hey everybody i'm steven both of the task hollywood guy you know suspect every proud american first of all i'm just george washington and intervene to say this is my buddy max famous financial guru just a little bit different i'm not. going to try not to run your windows up with all the drama happening in our country and i'm hitting the road to have some fun meet everyday americans. and hopefully start to bridge that gap this is the great american people. that's in american interest to not see any russians die in terrorist attacks as it
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is in russian interest to prevent any terrorist attacks in the united states or elsewhere in the world so i don't think there's any dispute on that in congress and i think maybe some of the posturing is frankly political as opposed to substantive . footage like this has become well known around the world. the second world war was a human tragedy that left millions dead or injured. but who ever wonders how life may have continued for the victims. victor took out and volunteered for the front and was captured by the nazis he survived seventeen concentration camps and could barely move when he was eventually freed. but victor's story didn't end there. he went on to take home four gold and two silver medals for gymnastics from the one nine hundred fifty two when the big games. the first soviet olympic team was made
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up of siege victims concentration camp prisoners and soldiers. through sport and they prove that the human spirit can achieve greatness even in times of the complete failure of humanity. this is the story of the soviet union's first in their pick to. after the creation of the u.s.s.r. in one nine hundred twenty two the country was politically socially and culturally isolated. it wasn't invited to take part in international events. the country lacked the resources to compete and needed to be completely rebuilt. gulf us. in one nine hundred twenty the state decreed physical education to be an essential element in building a strong and healthy socialist society and it. can. act
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as a back yard. of daily exercise became mandatory and the state invested heavily in free recreational facilities all over the country. but a big. feature is in it if you. please what's the media messed up three of. that's right. despite its emphasis on developing athletic skills for decades a continuing ideological confrontation kept the u.s.s.r. from participating in the olympics. the one nine hundred fifty two hell thinking games would be its first. one of those first soviet champions is girliness zebra. and then with its. but i was really cold this christmas brochure which come in that in our lawsuit here we have almost from the visit to sid does the water will pall
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