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the i.d.f. claims that rioters were trying to break through the border fence with more on the developments here as local journalist seemed cautery. the sense the morning those are the snipers have been calling and warning that israel is the palestinian protesters to stay away the palestinian protesters started burning the tires to blur the vision of the israeli snipers since the warning the israeli army is stated that they deployed to one that one hundred fifty new snipers israeli snipers targeted the pavement it. would be his alone as that make with live ammunition that the damage there is going into the holiday to the medical field going and as you see these are the snipers are to make you think that is even truth a serious matter and that maybe it's in journalists they have been using a lot of tear gas since the morning like i am they didn't stop but it's ratifying because they were just trying to disperse all these the protesters and that you
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were getting effected by the tear gas that was getting that this is fired by the israelis like was. i really i'm trying but. if that's still a thing it's a. sense that thirtieth of march of the israeli soldiers have been injuring more than seven thousand palestinian protesters and at least forty five palestinians were killed this is the one of the medical points each area melaka is the gaza strip and this is a medical point was targeted today i directed targets by the israelis by tear gas bammer they stated that the israelis were using a new type of tear gas against the protesters that caused. very very severe effects and those all the critical injuries today are from this tear gas.
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last week of the united nations slammed israel for its handling of the long running protests in gaza in which at least forty five people were killed the organization says the israeli military is a violating the fourth geneva convention which prohibits the targeting of civilians . it's difficult to see how tire burning stone throwing or even more of cocktails thrown from a significant distance of heavily protected security forces in defensive positions can be seen to constitute such threat. in the context of an occupation such as garza killings resulting from the un to full use of force may also constitute willful killings which are a great breach of the fourth geneva convention israel has responded to the outcry from the un and human rights groups government attorneys claim the gaza protests
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fall into the state of war category and that human rights laws do not apply in this situation a reserve colonel with the i.d.f. told us military actions are justified any nation america friends of course israel as a full right to defend them so we are not facing just a simple pacific margin of nice people who are facing people who want to invade our country and when someone wants to invade your country you have two possibilities once you let him go in and you just leave or you defend yourself in war you have to put the abilities or you when you lose you cannot let people kill you you know they are to react you have to act first because the rule of the game in this terrorist military rule is to be. not to be on the reactivity. human rights or curtis doebbler told us israel's use of deadly force against gaza protesters is
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unlawful. it could well be sometimes an internal armed conflict but i think what is important is that an internal armed conflict human rights continue to apply i think israel is their own security concerns i think are something that will be viewed very botched from their own subjective perspective but do matter what those concerns are there are limitations that the law imposes on actions that they can take and when they're taking actions into gaza they're taking actions into what most of the international community sees as occupied territory and those actions must be in conformity with the law flying to occupied territory and in this case that includes not only international humanitarian law but also international human rights wall that protect individuals from inhumane treatment degrading treatment from attacks on their life. the u.s. has admitted to sending special forces saudi arabia five rebels in yemen that story
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much more still to come this is art international. i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money. and spending twenty million. it's an experience like nothing else. i want to share what i think i know about the beautiful game greats. and the. the global economy is so tightly wound that these sanctions don't work but that is
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because the supply chains are completely overlapping and what is sanctioned in one country drives economic problems with another country that you're not trying to say so forget sanctions so spell longer workable that the global economy has to integrate at. its two. interdependent. this is r t international live from moscow now the pentagon has admitted that u.s. soldiers are directly helping saudi arabia protect its border with yemen that is in spite of previous comments in which officials said the u.s. is only helping the saudis with aircraft refueling logistics and intelligence sharing. and. security.
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but do support the saudi led coalition with intelligence sharing military advice and logistical support a priority is the fight against al qaeda in the arabian peninsula and isis in yemen the extent of our support is refueling and sharing intel samir khan reports now on the pentagon's mixed messages concerning its role in the conflict in yemen. this latest development contradicts the pentagon statements that indicated that u.s. military assistance to the saudis in yemen was limited to intelligence logistics and aircraft feeling but so far what we do know is that a team of a few green berets apparently arrived on the south of the u. many border sometime last year and according to the pentagon they've only been there to protect the border however reports suggest that they've been helping them destroy people with sickness on launch sites and it's worth mentioning that even though this war has been going on for
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a few years saudi arabia hasn't been successful in quelling the who is the resistance so it's fair to say that maybe u.s. involvement will help the saudis do just that but thanks to the saudi onslaught the conflict in yemen has morphed into the world's worst humanitarian crisis and there's been some domestic backlash here in the u.s. and american politicians have been pushing to and u.s. support for the saudis but this latest development might lead to a messy legal battle given that there was no public debate on whether the u.s. should get involved because it seemed as if it was consciously kept from the public so i honestly wonder how americans will feel knowing that their government could be indirectly fueling the world's worst humanitarian crisis and that includes american politicians who were questioning washington's indirect role in the conflict even though there was no direct military support so it'll be interesting to see how they react to this foreign policy analyst robert naiman told us the u.s. position on the yemen the conflict is contradictory. to say that you support ending
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the war while you are doing everything in your power to help one side prosecute the war is a contradiction the saudis and the arab emirates could not continue the war now u.s. weapons without u.s. intelligence targeting and refueling and u.s. diplomatic support nations so they're lying they're lying when they say they want to and they are the united states government is participating directly crucially in keeping that were under international law if u.s. is directly participating and u.s. and legally liable for every saudi work. to journalists have launched a legal battle in the u.s. over there alleged to inclusion on a government kill list artie's it came up and has more. now the issue in tuesday's court hearing was whether or not the united states could take unilateral action
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against american citizens suspected of being terrorists now the two journalists deny that they have any links to terrorism but they say that they're on a kill list people who could be hit with u.s. drones or air strikes for being terrorists now the two individuals in question one of them is bill little jewel kareem now the little dual karim has been widely criticized for the fact that his reporting on terrorist groups like al qaeda and al nasra seems to be rather uncritically seems to almost glorify the people have said he's an extremist propagandist we do know that top al qaeda clerics have said he's there is they've actually referred to him as our media man furthermore we've seen him reporting with potential suicide bombers are showing off the equipment the suicide belts or vests that they wear despite all of this criticism it's important to note that the little of dual karim has been featured in mainstream american media behind the scenes some of them. i'm. not going to spend some.
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time on this stuff to go through with. people on how sometimes you will hear someone say that they are part of al qaida but what is their real affiliation to al qaeda other than some romantic notion to be honest with you the other person who filed in the lawsuit is aka med is a don who is the bureau chief of al-jazeera in the city of his lama bad now he's done interviews with top al-qaeda leaders the two journalists say that they have no links to terror they deny their links their official complaint says that the methodology is employed to have or actually resulted in unjustified killing of innocent people they call this an arbitrary and capricious action by the agency and they say that the united states constitution and internet. national laws being violated it refers to a program a computer program called skynet and apparently this computer program uses
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algorithms it follows a person's location in the communications that they're having and uses a computer algorithm to determine whether or not they are a terrorist now it's not known exactly what is all that is included but it is possible it's alleged that this computer program essentially would determine whether or not the person to be killed in a drone strike this is this program skynet is being widely criticized as violating human rights violating the rights of journalists and it seems to point to a big problem of artificial intelligence when you have a computer program determining whether or not someone is a terrorist or not and whether or not they could be killed in a drone strike international criminal lawyer jennifer britton told us it will be difficult for the journalists to prove that they were targeted by the u.s. government. we don't really know what's going on even in this case it would seem that the whole case is being predicated on this thing skynet or or these things
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that this killis so to speak that they have raised that they actually cannot prove if this is true there are some problematic issues this does raise not just the fact that may or may not exist but how this case would proceed in u.s. courts with such confidential information and then trying to prove or at least be able to prove that the evidence points to us wanting to target them if skynet is real and that is what it does this points to a much bigger parliament and u.s. policy officials going back of course of the obama administration where they not only don't understand the threat of terrorism or don't understand the roots of modern day terrorism because they have to use computer algorithms rather than utilizing experts and people with knowledge. united nations has sent a special envoy to the u.k. to look into reports of a surge in hate crime in the wake of the two thousand and sixteen bricks and referendum but the move has been met with anger by euro skeptic politicians these visits are completely pointless that politically motivated they're inspired by the
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extreme left and the idea is to kick the u.k. this visit is completely unnecessary and is nothing but a stitch up by pro you can painters who seek to bring the seventeen point four million who voted to leave the you as racist right the u.n. special rubber to a fact finding mission will last until may the eleventh tend to me will then compile a report on racism intolerance and discrimination in the u.k. for the un human rights council we asked an anti-racism activist and a conservative commentator for their views on the case. we've seen hate crimes rise we've seen religious hate crimes rise we've seen greater incidences of intolerance with communities on british streets well i certainly think that there is an effort stew brand the brics it. is a is a rhesus one generally i don't think that there has been still
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a significant rise in the sort of behavior links to the brics it that they object to evidence points in the opposite direction the figures show a clear spike in religious and racial attacks post the brics it referendum i think the united nations will be horrified to discover that racism in britain he's certainly become worse since her last inspection over four years ago that the sorority around the bricks that votes has largely been creates it by the establishment and remain a press and leave campaign as a bindon in denial they failed to challenge the racism and xenophobia elements within their campaign they'd just been no attempt to clean their campaign as it were from those elements who do hold these very obnoxious and extreme views
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supranational concessions like the un light organizations like the european union there are of the sle not happy about the brics they don't line people of the king their own nationality and running around their own sciex. the international olympic committee is launching an appeal at a tribunal in switzerland to maintain doping bans on dozens of russian athlete the i.o.c. is challenging a february ruling from the court of arbitration for sport back then c.a.'s overturned a decision to ban twenty eight russian athletes for life for alleged. doping violations during winter olympic games in sochi the court deemed the evidence against them insufficient and reinstated the athletes medals law professor matt teo massy on of the move believes the i c o o's challenge is purely symbolic. do you say you know the goal of the international olympic committee is more political than legal in nature it wants to
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send a message make it clear that it stands against these cas rulings which reduced sanctions against russia now fleet's now wants to fight till the end to see these rulings in a lot. committee knows perfectly well that it has very little chance of success for the cast verdicts which are now being disputed will more or less favorable to thirty nine russian athletes they're extremely detailed up to one hundred sixty pages long and when you read them you can see that they're puffy reasoned and thirty documented it would be very difficult to find any legal arguments against them so i think that the i.o.c. is actions the most in bowling them legal proof. russia is gearing up for its annual victory day celebrations and ahead of the may the ninth events our team went to check out the rehearsals in moscow. look a little odd. but oh yeah we tried making it clear that.
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these vehicles like this yes minutes a day break is nothing like any other before the stomach area to go all that stuff and we are going to ride one of. practice makes perfect they say when seemingly simple maneuvers like this one stop being all that simple when there are dozens of vehicles involved and they all have to be in sync. that's why moscow's main streets have been blocked off for these beasts to refine them
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a new virus. this a.p.c. is designed to absorb explosive damage from landmines and its hull will deflect even armor piercing rounds now it's not the only vehicle to be making the first show at this year's parade so let me give you a tour. these unmanned drones will be shown to the public officially for the first time at the parade they were initially being designed as a purely reconnaissance aircraft but now they can carry bombs to. and finally how about this terminate says on the red square no this is not a plot over you hollywood blockbuster but rather this tank support unit it will also be for the first time featured at a parade on the red square so now this is of course is just to me it faced of what to expect at the actual parade so do children in on the ninth of may and have
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a look yourself what these guys have prepared for you. for the second world war affected countless families who lost loved ones now just before i say goodbye for this update we want to show you too on a personal level so many of us here at r.t. who are also joining in the commemoration and celebration of iraq and veterans.
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go. out. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers
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of all time but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. you guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure come out you have to go i mean eighty percent of the shuttle we're with you and you go all the great the great good you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down going let's go. alone i just i want to know and i'm really happy to join us for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet this special one i was also appreciated me to just say the review beyond the team's latest edition to make up a bigger need to just say look. welcome to the stan call emotion oh i mean maybe even come. filming for a future episode so watch the spice but this week's episode comes from paris from
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the beautiful world cup winner six time with us to have a chat we're going to be chatting to a foreman same item on the legend is ian roche and rob bland chats goes up to manchester to look at some of the world's caustic for sure welcome to the stan callable show. we're in paris city of lights to talk about the great. french football. and that was when the local play in. front of let's go back to nineteen ninety four for my european champions how
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disappointing was it is a nice you know as a young footballer to not qualify for ninety ninety four that was a disaster because we had two games in hand true and we needed one point to go through and to go to the united states and they do work we lost the two games we had a home and it was a real disaster i mean. the dream that we have we had to see that beautiful squad going to the united states fell off in one study you know if it's goals for at the last second and. everybody was ashamed of being a french guy loving football you have to remember that you do european championship in one thousand two was also a disaster when we went out after the group stage so. we hog the idea of rebuilding everything and. fact in international way and when it.
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took charge of the of the job we just followed he had an idea of creating a club inside the the selection this team studied to be built around ninety five ninety six just before the european championship in england and where we winded up finishing i think. it was a real new adventure to recreate to have the time to recreate something to be ready for years after in one thousand eight hundred. grit for flying. at big clubs chelsea arsenal manchester you know it's that when people talk about me knowing me from from the french site i was a tough guy when i go to england i was kind of you know a little. shy guy playing in england against stan collymore and being afraid of being asked and the fact is that's true but going to england for me.
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it was. learning the defining spirit and never let it go always having the hope that we can finish something even if you are we are losing to neil and. that's what we learned did you feel before the tournament did you feel in the friendly match. was it all preparation to win the tournament we were we're on good we were in good we didn't play well just before the world cup we didn't have the feeling that we could goof that far. down and already have done it on was an. average ninety seven ninety six a world european championship and remember if you see all the games which we had ninety eight he got suspended a good record after the second game came back for the quarter final against italy two very good games for the quarter and the so me. done in the final what was your individual emotion about getting that final call that principle to supply
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federation francis for you all included congratulations you included in the final twenty three players to represent france at world war i know i i looked on we keep caps you. know important it is and i'll probably haul you know when you know you you read your name and just before the world cup i had maybe like twelve twelve caps for the for the national champs so rookie kind of going off but lots of calls were not coming to and. and when you know you're going to play you walk up in your country and it's it's a good try you know your family calls you you see how you see i mean and i'm going to fight for for you to make sure you go everybody is going to be proud of. the tournament itself you go through the great stages some substantial appearances
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because obviously laurent blanc was the yeah it was the talk much of money how did that make you feel the first one i saw said being rick along being red carded i felt ashamed in a way that i knew that if we would we would we would want would be i would be in the first eleven and i finished on my it's already my place three days before the walk up i couldn't watch t.v. or listen to radio or read papers because it was always out couldn't we i was wrong . so you really feel like a piece of and i didn't know what to do and i said to my ex-wife i said you know what if we win we can and if we lose we're going to stay in england and we never come back to it to friends well it went well it worked well i played a good decent game and we won so everything is perfect of the of the day you know but the fairytale could have been a nightmare so laurent blanc gets a red card in the semifinal. you then went in to ensure that you were playing
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it i never said we had to talk two months before the walk up where you say ok you know what there is law and marcel would go and play if any one of them is regarded or injured usually saw a soon as was recalled and i knew that it would go through i would play teligent feel in the dressing room it's a mixture of things that time goes very slow before the game you want to be on the pitch you want to play you what you desperate to be in the bottle in the bottle and he's getting very long and i remember coming to his into the stadium getting out of the bus and taking my heart rate i was one hundred eighty so you're ready sprints and i was already there and then when we went into the dressing room it was over i was a little different because it was hounded up i can relax you mentioned nice family friends it's worse it's west you have the pressure of a country you don't want to ruin the the party after you know you everybody was
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ready to party and they did but you can ruin it and they have the dates again it's a football game so when you are into the game you don't think oh it's a walk up. i have to be better because it's a work of not you know some players thing some players get really ever there to lose and if they lose their their. they're calm i guess the play the game before has to be done i think it's different between a champ and and somebody you know less not quite less ready to to to fight for those this intensity of the of the game and the pressure of the kid gets is if that's your pocket or the guy rinaldo when it's. you playing the guy you've got one of the world's best strikers you have a fantastic guy does your confidence grow as the guy and he's up with it oh yes definitely after the first pull you know you know put in the first touches you know when you control well you pass well you know you feel confident and in the first.

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