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please. please. i. was you know exactly what you're. going to take for the moment because you. really. should be held accountable. maybe the world should be held accountable because the world is worse well donald trump says the whole world bears responsibility for the murder of prominent. also to come this hour twenty five dead and dozens injured after a suicide bomber detonated at a crowded festival in northwest pakistan at the same time gunmen attacked
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a chinese consulate in the nearby city of karachi and after months of inaction the u.k. foreign steps in to help a british academic jailed by the united arab emirates on spying charges plus the british museum has agreed to give back a collection of bromstad cheese to nigeria but only on like. hello welcome just going to pm here in moscow you watching. donald trump has suggested that the whole world should be held accountable for the murder of the journalist. he also told reporters that u.s. intelligence had not officially concluded that the saudi prince had ordered the killing. maybe the world should be held accountable cause the
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world is a vicious bush world it's a very very vicious blowfish statement indicates a change in trump's rhetoric guarding the case when the news about the missing journalists first broke out a harsh response and even threatened to sanction saudi arabia and while the us did sanction several saudi nationals so far that's been washington's only punitive measure claims he does not want to risk thousands of jobs because of the incident they are vehemently denying. we have hundreds of thousands of jews. do people really want me to give up hundreds of thousands of jobs and frankly if we went by we wouldn't be able to have anybody who's in our because look at what happens all over the world well the turkish foreign minister has reacted to trump's words there saying that while trump may close his eyes that not everything in this world is about money he also reiterated calls for a number investigation jamal khashoggi was initially considered missing but saudi officials eventually muted he'd been killed in a claim in
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a claimed rogue operation riyadh has denied any awareness of the planned killing and has launched an investigation charging eleven officials middle east and this side told us that trump is simply trying to protect u.s. interests. but trouble saying here is what is actually so beyond closed doors every single time i don't think it's sitting well with a lot of people that is doing only a truth out of their illusions obstacle we all need an enemy and since we're on inside of their own we are at odds in iran and israel that are asking the us is going to go against iraq we can't get it all trumps president tom smile. you know on one hand that you may be actually trying to protect us interests on the other hand if he sees us all of them are our compass chronically movie people look we're trying to absolve yourself from blame where you can point to everything you said and since there's i don't want to do that but all of your major stuff and so don't
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blame it on me. in other news this afternoon twenty five people have been killed in a suicide bombing attack on a crowded festival and market in northwest pakistan the explosion occurred at right around the same time that three gunman tried to storm the chinese consulate in the southern city of karachi during that attack two policeman and three attackers were killed when the following video captured the moment the gunfire started. the presence of the pollution the security forces are very much remember around the chinese consulate there were more of them. used. version of this there was a reaction by a box of quarter forces. most of the governments which are probably people who have
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been. all sort of suggesting that probably some of the members of the security forces are all too real. while all members of the journey will be one member or three of. the wife of a british academic who was jailed for life by united arab emirates caught on spying charges has thanked the u.k. for finally intervening after five months of appealing to the government daniella to jarvis says that london's inaction was caused by a fear of upsetting its trading partner i was under the impression that they were putting their interests with figure of british citizens. right for freedom well in a hearing without a lawyer matthew hedges he was sentenced to life in prison on wednesday accused of spying for the u.k. he's already spent five months in solitary confinement he is a ph d. student who went to the u.a.e. to research the twenty eleven arab spring uprising darby says it hopes to find
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a solution to the case in this denied all claims of unfair treatment but the case has prompted a wave of criticism with calls for a reevaluation of britain's relationship with her or oil rich gulf allies when hedges was first incarcerated in the u.k. government was trying to end new trade deals with the u.a.e. and situ picks up the story. accused of spying and jailed for life that's now the fate of a british academic researcher in the united arab emirates an ally and friend of the u.k. but how much trouble is this case likely to stir up between the two given what's at stake we are incredibly disappointed that the u.s. should do this we see no foundation in the charges that have been laid against him there will be serious diplomatic consequences for a country that says that it is a friend and ally of the united kingdom for months ahead just wife says her repeated requests for help have fallen on deaf ears at the foreign office and they
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just disregarded my request they said that it wasn't part of three job the british prime minister says the u.k. is on top of things and doing everything it can we are raising it with the emerald fuel storage is of the highest level my marginal friend the foreign secretary is urgently seeking a call with the foreign minister abdullah that is i during his visit to the u.a.e. on november the twelfth he raised the issue with both crown prince mohammed bin ziad and the foreign minister incidentally also in the emirates last week a u.k. trade minister with fifteen british companies promoting economic ties between the two countries u.a.e. is the fifth largest trading partner for the u.k. outside europe coming after us a japan china and hong kong and bilateral trade is now growing in double digits in october the u.a.e. ambassador to the u.k. said there is hope of bilateral trade reaching twenty five billion pounds by twenty twenty it is currently at over seventeen billion so could the price tag of this
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long term cooperation and being worth more than ruffling feathers over the fate of one citizen problem for trees are going to talking at the moment bridges or taking back control reasserting so foreign to you and that puts them in a dilemma they don't want to be seen to be weak on an issue like this abroad but on the other hand they also need to be building economic bridges. the e.u. maybe again the government of the emirates is thinking the british can't possibly push this too far because they're on a weekly comic work it the british could of course withdraw the military support and by extension the supply of military equipment and at the same time they could face the consequences of an emirati economic boycott of. the british museum has agreed to give back a collection of bronze statues to nigeria but only on loan calix now how museums are at risk of losing collections over ownership disputes. it may be called the
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british museum but many of the precious artifacts inside here are from far far away a quiet some might even say looted during the times that the british empire ruled far and wide and now an increasing number of persons former colonies all outright victims of theft all saying that they want their precious treasures to be returned home now in response the british museum has all the courteously said that it's willing to lend out some items rather than return them the latest loan will be to nigeria a collection of bronze statues the bin mean bronzes as the known were originally taken from africa by british troops in eighteen ninety seven and all the nations are submitting their requests to you have to take it keeping him two hundred in two to use just below so once and we can hope that was the governor of
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easter island begging the british museum for its precious statue earlier this week and the list of disputed museum treasures keeps on growing. so should the spoils of the empire be we're to and i want to know what those resisting the museum those feasting their eyes on the foreign artifacts have to say about it there's a lot of dispute actually over some of the foreign artifacts the british museum got in the times of empire should they just return everything. well that would be received. but i want to great question of the world we just need to talk you both
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to speak to speak for everybody who was killed. so you would wouldn't you think you should go for the little stuff you do love. but kept it in your power to yourself for other countries to have to shoot up to assure that we we we feel like we want to. go straight there should be given back confidence is that a bit rich as well say will lend you back to the things that we stole from you possibly from the sea your lot in the in from the different could you send stuff is just to all who would never get it to those who couldn't see it would we do it i mean yes you have a few of the stolen things in the order you think yes it should go back to mother otherwise i think we should keep it to remind ourselves of our history and why this stuff is here in the first base their risk of the museum being empty if it won't get everything back up and well off the lot of us but as for the british museum itself well it told us that it welcomes debate and transparency regarding the history of its collections but that in many cases allowing them to stay in the
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museum gives them wind up public access we are very much in favor of more transparency around the provenance of objects and museum collections we still believe however that there is a very strong public benefit from museums like the british museum housing objects from across the world under one roof while the issue of foreign artifacts has been made over more thought any thanks to a more laissez faire attitude across the channel the french president emanuel macron appears to be more willing to send france's colonial acquisitions back to their rightful owners and that's putting museum directors here at risk of losing large swathes of their collections in a bit of an awkward position. in the legal first for the us a judge in the city of detroit is declared america's banning the practice of circumcision known as female genital mutilation to be unconstitutional the judge said that the power to.
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law f.d.m. was down to individual states not congress as he dismissed some of the charges against eight people including two doctors for conducting the procedure on under-age girls or female genital mutilation is a widely band practice found in africa or asia in the middle east can has serious health consequences too in some cases even death an estimated two hundred million women around the world are thought to have undergone the procedure which the u.n. and world health organization consider a violation of human rights we put the issue up for debate with an anthropologist and women's rights activist from a bi do and also media commentator gene alluded. it is absolutely misleading to suggest that female circumcision i'm talking about all three forms is intended to actually suppress female sexuality well i'm a doctor of human development and i can tell you that this flies in the face of
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everything that i've ever studied regarding women's rights so i want to make it clear that i am not pro mutilation i would never support the mutilation there are a set of practices that supporters like myself refer to as female circumcision and there are many different forms usually what happens with this terminology female genital mutilation or f.p.m. is that the most extreme form which is very actually quite rare is what gets gets conflated with all the other practices my counterpart here is is comparing apples and oranges she's talking about the difference between women who make a conscious decision as an adult to have to undergo some sort of cosmetic or other sort of procedure no one has a problem with that here and that's not what our conversation is about we are talking about seven year old children almost babies having these decisions to make them essentially a sexual and a risk their lives doing it i reject the term i reject the term mutilation as
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sexist and racist you do not refer to boys as mutilated so you don't refer to our bodies as mutilated so how far do we let those values impose themselves up on american values which are based on constitutional and individual freedoms and certainly genitally mutilating a child without their ability to even consent as an adult is not an american value most of the women from my knowledge from my twenty five years of research as well as from my experience do not. consider themselves as mutilated and don't experience themselves as mutilated. torsen the catalan capital barcelona no longer a safe bus the message on leaflets being handed out by the local police there i made a spike in the city's crime rate over the last year some three thousand leaflets have been given to tourists in seven languages including english french and italian
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the leaflets in clinton on how to avoid becoming a victim of crime or currently there are some sixteen and a half thousand officers in the area but the force says it needs another two thousand police personnel and their supporters took to the streets back in october protesting against the cattle and interior minister. well officials climb the crime rate has skyrocketed nineteen percent compared with last year
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a level past lone hasn't seen since one thousand nine hundred eighty six however tourists and local residents the situation isn't that bad. this was one factor that was looming when my head that if i'm not secure like that is why i'm getting such a big bag instead of a normal company started back travel to other parts of the world and it feels pretty scifi outside all the place in the world you never going to get rid of one hundred percent crime i would just tell people to. be careful and don't keep their valuables in their pockets as i don't know i haven't come across anything that should make me feel uncomfortable i see a mess and i feel super secure obviously i take care of my personal belongings but it's a quiet city's safe you can walk at night i don't feel like something bad will happen to me. still to come for you this afternoon angela merkel defends un migration to rejects nationalism in its purest form will have a look at that in more detail just after the break.
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statistics from a couple weeks ago came out that show the wealth and income gap around the world in different countries. there's there's the u.s. there's france and then there's the. spread between the scotch attrition and then you've got the loyalists or people there in the tory party who support the queen who told point of breaks it was to support the queen ok so they just aired it was a moron a policy to cause trouble poverty breaks it's all about supporting the queen and getting rid of the world.
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welcome back not human chancellor angela merkel has defended a controversial united nations agreement on migration accusing its opponents of nationalism this pact which is supposed to help facilitate legal migration and better manage the movement of people has been rejected by a number of nations including the u.s. and some have linked merkel's remarks to a recent statement by the american president who said that he considers himself a nationalist with more his. in public the relationship between the white house and
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europe's two leading powers is perfect and sometimes all quids occasionally very awkward. ok. bullets as anglo merkel begins her epilogue as german chancellor she's made what's being seen as a job not only of her populist opponents at home but also at the u.s. president emptied out men there are people who say they can solve everything themselves and don't have to think about anyone else that's nationalism in its purest form this is not patriots he is that echoes a similar sentiment from president mccrone but your patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism by pursuing our own interests first with no regard to others we raise the very thing that a nation holds most precious and that of course the polar opposite of the trump mantra america third america for america first it's all about america
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first the cause for concern seems to revolve around france and germany having their own relationship with russia and china germany even going as far as to negotiate their own energy deals how dare they said the us president spoke to the united nations germany will become totally dependent on russian energy if it does not immediately change course we are committed to maintaining our independence from the encroachment of expansion is foreign powers. and the united states is increasingly unhappy with france's backing of an a u army those feelings cut both ways the recent poll of germans found that they feel the united states is a bigger risk to world security than terrorism while eight out of ten french people polled didn't pull any punches at all referring to the u.s.
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commander in chief as a dangerous incompetent racist quite it's understandable that the u.s. wouldn't be entirely thrilled that you are trying to stand up for its own interests but is a little push back from france and germany to the united states ultimately a bad thing peter all of r.t. . or we spoke to a former c.d.u. party defense spokesperson about certain european leaders and their recently voiced differences with washington. german. so the german chancellor made it very clear and. they're beginning of the presidency of plum she is living. in this is in was as are your premier was we here and. more was to. clear the earth between president. and.
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losers who are linked to the united states not only in need all but. a lot of. which. some hundred years ago all. that finally london is currently hosting the twenty eighteen world chess championship at the grand masters fabiano could be on or a magnus carlsen battling it out for the cherished title we spoke to surrogate kitty akon about this he's a russian grandmaster and he gave us his predictions for the clash. i think magnus carlsen has more chances in the speeches he is a stronger and faster player he plays with intuition where is fabulous. prefers to think and contemplate for longer from this point of view is the top pick there is still four games to go before the end of the championship there currently time everything is possible one mistake can ruin the game carlsen has to be careful if
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we end up with the tide will be in his favor because he will have more chances in the tie break mortgage many people think that chess players i know that i mocked at school but i can prove that they are fun people with a lot of hobbies. we've seen how a robot was playing against a person who was even speaking and joking it was funny and interesting however it was more like a show than a real game. fascinating contest that's how the news is looking so far we're back with more. which.
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nobody could see coming that false confessions would be that prevalent in this particular case the phone for conviction if you look at any interrogation out there what you'll see is threat promise threat promise threat lie a lie a lie the process of interrogation is designed to put people in just that frame of mind make the most comfortable make them want to get out and don't take no for an answer don't accept their denials she said if i would cooperate santa statement then i would be home by that time the next day there's a culture of an accountability and police officers know that they can engage in misconduct that has nothing to do with solving our crime. most people think to stand out in this business you need to be the first one on top of the story or the person with the loudest voice of the biggest raid in truth to
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stand out of the news business you just need as the right questions and demand the right answer. questions. campsite now and again for people that can't decide and they're like so vampires have. like a safe house i guess they don't have to talk about what they go through and that's because we understand our daughter she was diagnosed with a very rare son sensitive condition if i get sunburned i heal she doesn't feel patients they have problems with the walk to talk to some of the brains that actually shrinking inside the skull gets taken in the brain still small. the pain is indescribable it's feels like a really really bad chemical burn but it goes through your skin in your muscles
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only down to the bone. there is no relief. we're just not sure this is let's just go over. well. this is the paradigm or land. five years ago it was all grass. like that over there now we have this pumper going day in day out we didn't have any choice really we could have put it over that way or ways i mean we could have moved it a little bit. but we have to let the people who own the mineral rights get to those minorities and they compensated us for what they took here but the company built it
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and we have it now or no next forty years i'm guessing i don't know. my house up there from there we have we used to have a beautiful view. now we have this to look at brings in a little bit of money very little if they took us out of here and get back all the money i made off of it. ain't going to happen.
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someday you know on oil is all pumped out of the ground they will come back here and level it all out and turn it back into farmland but that's you know like i say it's going to be out of most of our lifetimes be out of mind for sure. you have nothing to say about where. i should say i have nothing to say you can suggest but they don't have to listen to you don't i mean you have no legal say in it put it that way so yeah they can put a wherever they want they don't need any your permission for all industry follows a proper practice is i don't think we'll have a problem but there's always that if me if they don't then we could have an issue in the biggest issue would be to to ground water as i see it when we live out here in rural areas most of us depend on wells for our our drinking water and all the water we use in our homes so if that would happen it would be
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a very bad thing. as on a fraction job that's where they pump the sand the fluid and you know the chemicals they use and. yes it is one they use a chemical called bio bio it kills all biological elements so when a pump that off in the ground any kind of bacteria is going to kill it any kind of living organism of any kind it kills it because one of our guy has. got some of it on his hands and like and i disturb just swallow his hand it will bear it because that's what bio the bio bio kills biological. anything. i'm pretty sure is is wrong in the water.


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