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if there is any engagement see it can't be good for you ted allowed to be. german police detained former castle and president carlos bustamante after an arrest warrant was reactivated by spain where he's wanted for rebellion over last year's independence referendum. and the stories that saves the week the diplomatic rift over the poisoning of surrogates for powell and his daughter sees russian and british diplomats being expelled moscow again insists it's not to blame calling it an act of terrorism. and the facebook boss takes out a full page ads in britain's sunday newspapers to apologize for the massive data breach which the tens of millions of personal accounts exploited.
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a warm welcome you're watching the weekly here on r.t. international all the latest world headlines and a roundup of the stories that shape the week but first our top story this tax president of the spanish region of cancer lonia has been detained by police in germany called as opposed to montage fled spain after holding an independence referendum last october which madrid has ruled illegal an international arrest warrant was reissued on friday by spain where he's wanted on charges of rebellion and sedition our correspondent aneesh assessed the is in berlin with more on this now and the show good to see you what do we know of for now about pushed amongst attention. well the full mccaslin president's car less pollution man has been
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detained in germany is wanted in spain on charges of sedition and rebellion and was held off to crossing the border from denmark on his way to belgium now jim and police have confirmed his arrest and he said to be at the police station awaiting his legal team now since this they push him on house being on a visit to finland but he fled to finland after authorities there received an extradition request from spain that but his lawyers have tweeted that he was returning to belgium to be at the disposal disposal of the belgian justice system now he's been living in self-imposed exile in belgium after leading the prime independence referendum which was deemed illegal by the spanish authorities late last year but off to the independence referendum in october the vote has led to riots across the country with them accusations of police violence as well but tensions have been running high in the region there and there's been calls from supporters to release other political prisoners as well as well as calls for ten but he could face up to thirty years in prison in spain for organizing what was
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deemed to be the legal referendum. and asia thank you for that day this is a developing story of course we'll bring you new more updates throughout the day for now he says that the in berlin thank you for that. diplomatic standoff between the u.k. and russia came to a head this week with twenty three diplomats from each country returning home britain made the first explosions following the poisoning of former double agent square pal and his daughter in england three weeks in is still under way british officials have repeatedly said this this for with things that the current analysis is already very well grounded and nobody questions that everyone was also indicate didn't really was such. a structure russia is concerned. we have different positions different. interests political landscape in europe towards russia and this is why it's not so easy
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to keep the. twenty eight. group. together while the kremlin has flatly dismissed they claimed that it was involved to calling the poisoning a terrorist act russia has also expressed a willingness to cooperate with british of dorothy's but that's gained little traction so far the u.k.'s foreign secretary boris johnson has been among russia's harshest critics even agreeing with nazi comparisons at a parliamentary herring. because the roads lead to the. putins with the white swan thirty six. years i think the comparison with nine hundred thirty six is is certainly right moscow considers this kind of statements made under the level of the foreign secretary in any way
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unacceptable and totally irresponsible. the british government discreet to make a decision about its participation in the world cup but nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated naziism and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany. did he goes beyond the common sense and we do not think the british wall the terrans including those of the arctic cornwallis which share this opinion hot on the hails of boris johnson's comments the russian embassy in the u.k. also posted this photo in a controversial moment the english football team was ordered by british authorities to give a nazi salute before a friendly match with germany in one nine hundred thirty eight and ratcheting up of
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animosity towards russia seems to be making its way into british schools too and it is it can i takes a look at an educational project likely to be reinforcing hostilities. what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. of the day is an online news service that is used by one in three u.k. schools teachers and librarians from satori the schools use around schools and activities across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory on provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their horizons talk sick putin on mission to poison west ouch and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler was discussed this. can help students out topics like the ongoing five scandals where an investigation
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is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage and merely smirks and everything in case there is confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the words marks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective not the chalk and blitzkrieg are also in here a military tactic designed to quash the enemy with overwhelming force that a short space of time coincidentally may be missed by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to connect the dots brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well as plotting the downfall of western democracy also laid out as food for thought a you decide section let students consider the following questions is putin the most dangerous man in the world did the cold war ever end as well as what impression does putin give about what russia is like the doing helps students
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develop information literacy and critical thinking and prepares them for the challenges ahead in the ever changing world critical thinking is key the toxic putin class is dismissed and associate churkin our party wanted. coming spokesperson dimitri pass golf has been talking exclusively to r.t. is it the seventh nazi about its grip pal case. first we have to remember the starting point is the you know words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. the first blaming came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident. and now what we see we see words of experts and experts of organization for four or four. p.c. w.
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. that say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks . is it contradictory yes it is. france was struck by terrorism again on friday when our gunmen hijacked a car and took hostages at a supermarket in a small southern town three people died that day while a fourth succumbed to his injuries on saturday the attacker had pledged allegiance to islamic state he was shot dead by special forces.
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beige revision the movie tradition i went shopping with my wife and sister in law after some time we heard an explosion well several. i saw a man lying on the floor and another person who was very agitated was there with a handgun in one hand and a knife in the other and yelling allah akbar please. after that i took my wife and my sister in law and some customers nearby and were going to look for shelter i put them in a butcher's fridge closed from the inside. because it's peaceful here where it's seedy like any other he was very kind very sociable adorable over two weeks to the children and he's a terrorist. we have for several years those who died was police officer are know about trial who swapped places with a female hostage he left a mobile phone switched on for the all thora teams to listen in and when special
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forces heard gunshots they moved in and found had been wounded he passed away in hospital on saturday morning and. being hailed as a national hero well over the past year alone there have been repeated terror attacks and the water taps in france in february two thousand and seventeen a man attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete while an attacker was stopped at all year court just one month later a police officer was shot dead last april on the shans elisei and last october two young women were stabbed to death at a railway station in marsay or former british intelligence officer on a machine and says the fact that the gunman was under police surveillance exposes why the fairly is. part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high victim rates who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not
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indeed of the intelligence agencies but for some reason they're not being watched all the powers are still there in france they've just changed the name they've changed the terminology and yet all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting the french systems so i still see how much more they can do. facebook is facing intense pressure for failing to protect the data of its users after it was claimed the information was stolen and utilized for political gain the tech giants headed mit it to the data breach and promise that the company will learn from its mistakes. we need to make sure that there aren't any other cambridge general because out there right or folks who have improperly access data you know we need to make sure that we don't make that mistake ever again the british data gathering firm cambridge allison which mark zuckerberg mentions that i was involved in donald trump's presidential campaign
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among others but company allegedly mined fifteen million facebook profiles for its operations and its parent company was reportedly involved in psycho social studies for the u.k.'s defense ministry cambridge and other ticker is now under investigation and has suspended its chief executive. well the scandal led to a backlash against the social network facebook share price plunged to a four year low while mark as their own wallets took a hit of around ten billion dollars in just a week the company is now facing a four lawsuits from and shareholders over the misuse of personal data zuckerberg was also requested to testify before congress in washington over on twitter meanwhile the hash tag delete facebook has been trending with some high profile people joining in legal and media analyst lionel believes people should be aware of just how much their online data is being used unwittingly the tire point is being
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missed here it's not cambridge analytic it's the fact that facebook is a all a proxy if you will of the government it's a service. it was conceived it through darpa or through c. money did this this fame oh do you think they use the information against there or are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information we have just by the two major firms at the center of the data scandal having roots in america and the u.k. a c.n.n. report has tied the story to russia more it takes a look. imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia
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is songe bots or hackers have cooked up the day came original that i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top adviser steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian metal cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian a songs of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence ricky leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone rate
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is. actually communicating with what how do you even make the connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation cnn's report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report at savage the d.n.c. oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the key words just fill this. he says with whatever he also directly message to russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are
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you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytical had a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to a sound see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all you guys have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating keywords people keywords. the russians everywhere.
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authorities in the central russian city of c'mere of say four people including three children have been killed in a fire as a shopping center another twenty six people are believed to have been injured in the blaze in southern siberia which spreads to an area of more than a thousand square metres what is a it started close to the cinema and a children's play area emergency services have now evacuated the complex they say over one hundred people were in there at the time there was also a petting zoo inside around two hundred animals are thought to have been killed there have been reports that at least one person jumped from the building and investigation into the cause of the fire is underway. still to come on the weekly wrapping up russia's presidential election and on rest in front of a president tough economic reforms boils over stay with us.
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first and come swearing in funny practices are still surprising the recent appointments of john bolton have left an impression on friends and foes alike watching him play. what politicians do you should. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president and you. want to reach.
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out to the right. this is what. you get the. interest of the why. question. welcome back all the final results of the russian presidential election one ounce on friday that it may appear to him to seventy six percent of the vote to secure his fourth term in the kremlin and his decisive victory has already got many questioning just how long he might be in the top job. thank you for the moment so i'm not planning any constitutional changes with these votes because i was more than this you do think you will be in the presidential seat until twenty thirty or so if you change the constitution it's difficult to do through this mission and i think what you're saying is look i'm not going to stay there until i turned
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a hundred they result was putin's biggest ever election win with the other seven challenges left far behind the communist party's millionaire candidate pov a great dane and finish second and ultranationalist firebrands last major and all ski and liberal social life because then he has stopped i came third and fourth respectively and flamboyant on all the docks hopefuls went to the only highlights of the contest. i. assure. you that.
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it will be. one of them on the usual election highlights they grabbed attention was a pledge by the communists puff according that he found to shave off his most stash if he thought less than fifteen percent of the vote and well it's gone didn't says that he hasn't seen himself without it for thirty years. france saw nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers vented their concerns over social and economic reforms students on transport workers say president mccraw proposals will make long term unemployment and low wages commonplace many school shut for the day and airports were also affected more than two hundred thousand people reportedly joined rallies with more demonstrations planned for april and may in paris the unrest escalated into clashes with police.
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because he was. wrongly but i want to you know we are not here to be violent we are here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by that kind of a clue that tomorrow we disagree with the government's we can't accept this reforms that's why we are all here with us because the last part of course is the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. some protesters are powerless wiley's threw rocks at officers who responded with water color schaller depends ski was one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been marching
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in paris trying to make a voice is heard to the government of president marcos saying they are unhappy with many of the ideas of his e ministration including that she would cut one hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years if he's the president see there have been some violent confrontations during this stage strike in paris now where police clashed with the protesters some suggesting that the police had used extreme violence so the protesters had. been injured oh mother of the civil servants to the right way still offer to students only good to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over thirty seven days of strikes by the railways these strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june out of the way we were just saying this is the only way that they can get a voice and they won't speak directly with the government about changes that are
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proposed to that line of work show that you went skiing not see paris havill said on the day stories by following us on social media will be back at the top of the hour with the latest headlines and a round up all the top weekly stories oh see you then. with more make this manufactured sentenced to public will. when the ruling class is protect themselves. the final. gifts and be the one percent. we can all middle of the
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room sit. down. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question by the way who's going to be our coach . guys i know you are nervous is a huge three months and the huge amount of pressure. you have to go the center of the beach hotel with you and do all the great. good you are the rock at the back nobody gets to you we need you to get down doing let's go. alone and doesn't want to and i'm really happy to join for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet this special one. me just say the radio
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beyond the team's latest edition to make up a bigger. my soul the jolly roger sighing all have piqued my interest so i went. to. my ask somebody what is this the somebody is going to get at and they tell me of the season for a day i believe in waiting for the legal fishing oh my god old that's kind of interesting.
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pirate the cards well you know the pirate they were kind of adopted because we were called pirates for so long but. really. the world is changing our tactics such endings we are working to look to together we've government needs to thailand for them to wake up like i'm sure they've all seen what's happened in europe i'll go fish is gonna be x. amount biggest emptied the quota collapsed it was just nothing to catch and now the european leaders here east africa it's already in a very bad state like then they got told us to have been there they still are just emptying the ocean so if you look at the situation in somalia the pirates can be argued that they used to be fishermen and by then foreign told us came to fish they have no income so i think it's just common sense that the country is so waking up.
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if. you. think. to. simply wanting to not want to get in you must use the ability to not town halls disputants costs are not meant to last a moment to consume i'm not good to. them in married to god wouldn't it make good on you for you keep it show you may not stand by leftist p.c.
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not exactly nothing to them but they didn't get that you have to be made to look down on you say this it seems to turn you in. here but it.


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