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between the two when the questions come in to denuclearize nation of the korean peninsula is the big issue being discussed we suspect in the next hour or two just the point of no to all not what happened before in the summit donald trump. he was very adamant kim jong un would go in front of him offering him the leads of wanting to show that perhaps he is. being more open to negotiations that his previous sessions would've been with the leader of north korea and see that france leaders there as well as the lifting of sanctions that's going to be another big issue that's walked kim jong un really really wants he wants he said before he wants a more open dialogue but he is not going to beg a lot of language like that has been used but about a media scrum as you can see right now in hanoi where that is happening in the
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vietnamese copper lots of t. shirts being sold of trump by the way right throughout the days that was happening we will return we got a few better pictures of what is going on but for the moment just summing up at what's going on except for we're going to have a look in just a moment. the story but let's just return to what we were talking about the story but just the small that you might remember it's been going on for quite some time he said that he had been attacked by two white men that attempted to lynch him and done time in chicago in the middle of the night a lot of scorn was poor and his a current chicago police have also said that that's not what's occurred they've been quite adamant that there are a lot of different variants that just don't add up but not looking at the media the way they covered the case killer has been delving a little bit deeper in to this let's take
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a look. the police seem pretty sure that just the small that faked a hate crime against himself now his career is on the rocks and the reaction of the public has gone from in some cases disappointment and in other cases outright disgust but there's another scandal here how the media reacted to his claims to trump supporters just go hunting for black gay film stars on the streets of chicago in cold temperatures in late hours of the night well you would think that some journalists might question his rather fantastical claims but they didn't do that instead they let the emotions fly absolutely despicable danny this is a horrible story and matter what kind of attack or crime that was as horrific. this is horrible to report this is america twenty nine team now celebrities are prone to a little high profile virtues signaling but journalists are supposed to be held to higher standards do you remember when m s n b c s rachel maddow was sobbing over
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children in cages and blaming it squarely on donald trump trump administration officials have been sending babies and other young children. when it turns out that a similar policy was in place when barack obama was in command to at least three three tender age shelters in south texas wars and medical providers because. do you remember the shell shocked a boy from aleppo the media went into an overdrive fitting this heart wrenching image into their anti russian narrative what strikes me is we shed tears but there are no tears here he doesn't cry once the little boy is in total shock he's stunned this is oman he's alive. we wanted to know but why bother fact checking when crying is much more effective so what is all this virtue signalling actually trying to achieve well take it from one of the best in the business how do you know you're
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being lied to how do you know you're being manipulated how do you know there's something not right with the coverage when they simplify it. and there is no gray we seem to be doing today is substituting. the law and the courts for trial by media so with this kind of atmosphere in the media and this level of discourse in american politics ensuring that justice stays blind when it comes to the just the small that case gets a little bit trickier. r.t. new york. right back to the vietnam capital how noir which is playing host to the much anticipated second summits between president from the leader of north korea kim jong il we've now got solid and some happy to say let's have a listen if we can to what's been spoken about. it with those two hundred sixty might be reached during the last. necessary
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and it was the teachers we do. with these women. who were moved out of the funk even though we want. to put our hopes you know. it's. you know we. were just going to be carried it's an honor to be together. in really a country vietnam where they really rolled out the red carpet and they've given us and. it's great to be with you we had a very successful first summit i felt it was very successful and some people would like to see the picture that is for you shouldn't we want to be happy with what
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we're doing but i thought the first summit was a great success and i think it's one hopefully will be. equal or greater than the first we had a lot of bribery and i think the biggest problem is was our relationship is really a good one. night it is. heading to the middle of. summer. and you have to tell you. coming out with twenty minutes. to have. one crappy weekend sometimes happily sit on it. thanks. and as i've said many times when i say it to the
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face. i think of your country has tremendous economic potential unbelievable unlimited. i think if you. if your. leader and i look forward to watching it happen and helping it to happen and we will help at that. point if you look at all of them to. me that i. would. want to. get to that we decided that it will happen who will want to sell it. thank. you if you will very much. and then we have some big me. will see you i guess if the news when you're in the very much for taking my call
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out of. the. yes of the questions of being fired there but donald trump not taking too many more he just there so that he's going for dinner at the metropole hotel there with kim jong un the leader of north korea really the pleasantries just out of the way there very positive language from both leaders of course as you might expect. but really you can tell it's going to get a little bit more fiery just to sum up really what's wanted from both sides here. trump wants kim jong un to provide an elimination of nuclear test sites and in reaction to the lifting of sanctions is what north korea wants we will wait and see
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if not happens and comes out of it for the moment they have shook hands at their second summit in hanoi the vietnamese capital any more pictures we will of course bring it right to you. ok turning attention to another story we've been closely following today u.s. cyber command blocked internet access to what they called a russian troll factory during the twenty eighteen midterm elections that's according to officials cited in the washington post a lot of ramifications for this of course though they described it as the first offensive cyber operation carried out against russia let's go live now to our post on the area from the russian. what exactly has been said. i mentioned the implications what could they be. how union well basically what we have so far is an article in the washington post claiming that the us military indeed managed to
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block internet access to one russian group known as internet research agency on the day off the country's make terms november last year some in america believe that they scored might be involved in the interference in the country's presidential elections back in two thousand and sixteen the paper washington post is citing a number of officials as the paper says familiar with the matter all of whom spoke to washington post on the condition of anonymity and it has also added in the article that that attack in two thousand and eighteen was just the beginning of the first strike in what is supposed to be a massive cyber complaint against russia let's take a listen. operation marked the first muscle flexing by u.s. cyber command with intelligence from the national security agency under new authorities it was granted by president trump and congress last year to bolster
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offensive capabilities well needless to say obviously many found this news here in russia rather frustrating because if it was true and we still say it is because there was no any official confirmation from the agency in question itself so if it was true it simply shows how insecure were a cyber wise russia can be interested enough that this news came at a time when this topic is highly debated here in russia earlier on all levels earlier in february russia's state duma adopted the first reading of a draft bill known as the digital economy and national program or as some say isolation internet isolation bill this is how some refer to this document it is requiring russia's i p's to ensure it can operate in a situation when russia is unplugged from the global network we heard russia's president vladimir putin talking about bass and expressing his concerns and today after this washington post article claiming that actually these fears and these
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concerns of russia might actually already be a reality we asked russia's president spokes person to me trade off to comment and this is what he had to say. and they got another one which means communion into the machine usually two hundred most experience a. different decision significant complaint. period from all. sorts from the truth you have to use it communicate you state you could have certain who goes across you associate sort of comments which to you changed the person in the premier to take you to concentrate to what could fix it were image equipment. to even an impediment if you knew you had an affair you said you have three emotions to creature him because he has another issue to you with the two of them they do stupid well very interesting story as you can hear but
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again we only have washington post article so far citing some officials whose claims cannot be independently verified at this point we don't have any confirmation or any comment whatsoever from the agency itself so we're going to follow this story for you and keep you updated yes thanks for that very interesting indeed maria fanaa on the life of the program. the editorial policies of social media outlets has been put into question again after a number of sites action taken against the law in the most recent example you chub stopped adverts on the facts a nation side saying it violates its policies or. has more of the story. if you're a social media major and this potentially dangerous content on your site what do you do take it down if you you cheap you just cut off the ad revenue we have strict
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policies that govern what videos will allow ads to appear on and videos that promote anti-vaccination content have been and remain a violation of our longstanding harmful or dangerous advertising policy the move came after the controversial topic caught the attention of the top democrats consent about the spread of misinformation on platforms owned by google and facebook as a member of congress who is deeply concerned about declining vaccination rates i am requesting additional information on the steps that you currently take to provide medically accurate information on vaccinations to your users and to encourage you to and consider additional steps that you can take to address this growing problem . but hold on so the videos have stopped raking in money from abs but the content is still that. famous faces in the past have given the ideas legitimacy there's a lot of things that are not said so people can go to a certain type of shot and the can die from it even penicillin so why should that
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not be vaccine. when it comes to social media editorial policies half hearted measures appear to be a staple take twitter where verification is a symbol of authenticity twitter has removed the coveted blue tick from the accounts of people like white nationalist richard spencer but he can still tweet whenever he likes the punishment is especially questionable since being able to apply for verification is currently suspended pending pages on facebook that requires no one size fits all policy off to c.n.n. published a piece about pages with links to r.t. all based on a tip from the partially u.s. funded german marshall fund the pages were brought to ten days but have now been reinstated after more than a week three days because republished in the knowledge was the jews we had to disclose our fondant which is fine we hope for his book more as this requirement to all of those otherwise there will be scenes of in our hearts which would be wrong
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and discriminatory keeper of the pressure on the pressure is on facebook has a lot of work to do if it wants to apply the same rules to everyone so here's a helping hand a.j. plus funded by the could tare government radio free europe funded by the us government deutsch a valet news funded by the german government and that's just the start as it appears the social media race towards the pacing companies politicians and activists is like taking a stab in the dark and hits a many misses. two forty six this. back with more news and ninety seconds this full sixty minutes of news with updates on the escalation of tensions between india and pakistan after islamabad says it's going to buy their jets but is that correct we try to verify after this.
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we came here. where did you were before you came here when as you live well death row i'm in many us states capital punishment is still practiced convicted prisoners can spend he is waiting for execution but most of the time the victims' families they are very much in favor the death penalty there are some people because of what they did have given up the right to live among us somebody even proven innocent up to years on death row and how many more exonerations is it kind of take before we as a society realize that this is not working and we actually do something about. you know world big partisan movies a lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for
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i. like a we're back with a story leading headlines across the world today a dramatic escalation in tensions between india and pakistan let's take a look now at video which is a merged we have to say we cannot independently verify it but it does appear to show one of india's too dull and make twenty one fighter. claims it shot down the warplanes in its airspace over kashmir arresting two pilots as well arty's nuclear and give me some more details on what we actually know or. what we have absolutely so we see now is the culmination of tensions that have been
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building with more regularity in recent years and essentially things have now come to a head to the importance and consequence of how things play out from here is very significant not just because these are two very powerful countries but because they are a nuclear armed anime is so if this does continue to spiral downwards this doesn't just impact the region this could have an effect on the whole well it's pakistanis claimed claiming to have shot down two indian air force jets and captured two pilots and says that the jets have launched air strikes in the indian territory a move that they claimed was in self defense. pakistan is a responsible country and we don't want to endanger the lives of masses we have you know retaliated to india old being done is just what irresponsible country does for its defense says use peace and not the war. now india however claims that these those pakistani jets had been pushed back this comes just one day after india
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claims it hit a militant training camp and killed a very large number of fighters from the militant group jayashri mohamad which took responsibility for that suicide bombing you mentioned earlier this month which killed forty indian troops now in a bizarre twist pakistan rejected india's claim saying that indian fighters were confronted before they conducted those strikes on the training camp and actually just dropped four or five bombs in an empty field and then fled back across the border so what's making the situation all the more hard to follow is how the two sides have these conflicting media campaigns both sides are pushing their own narrative and so we're seeing all sorts of contradictory information online and in the news but at the core of it what is very clear is what we're seeing is the first of the first aerial attacks across that line of control across that delicate kashmir border since the two countries were at war in one nine hundred seventy one now speaking in the past hour the pakistani prime minister imran khan has called
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for a responsible approach he said noting how both of them are nuclear powers they really couldn't afford a miscalculation love spikes in tensions over kashmir they have been up and down over the years a fresh wave of violence really took hold in the summer of twenty sixteen but kashmir has always been contested territory even before india and pakistan won their independence from britain and nine hundred forty seven let's have a reminder of the significance of kashmir. am.
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nikki are in there summing up the latest developments for us we've also been getting reaction from experts on both sides here's some of what they told us. they have a military background i'm from the box on air falls but i would like to see peace in the region because both india and pakistan don't want one of this to escalate to immediately assured destruction because that is what will happen it ought to remain a pic for protection it will definitely escalate into a full scale of all it will be no orders barred but you see india took an action yesterday and going to action today and retaliation and shut down the aircraft i'm hoping that we let it go at that and if you sit down and talk to each other and if india has actionable intelligence ah prime minister has a cure people dig different action the. response which is
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a was decided by you see that if there is an attack on there. it will have to respond and seem to want to a new country and leaders know the stakes are very high we just can't afford a full fledged gone truly so the hope is that change but a lot of control and. a lot of science was sort of caught dead loss of sort of city and decided. let's just look forward to some other means of doing the war my own means maybe to a diplomat you could create economic and all because. there are no winners and the military who are as we have seen so far and story we'll be following closely throughout the hours here in our to international i'll be back in iraq. five minutes time with the news from our hitch queue right here in moscow do stay close
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see that. the trump in ministrations attempts to impose regime change in venezuela appear to be faltering the self-proclaimed interim president. hasn't gain much traction this may explain the administration's escalating rhetoric after all we're told a military option is still on the table. seems wrong. to me. to shape out these days. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground.
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bricking. pilot. coming up on the program the highly anticipated second between. north korean leader kim jong. il way. amid rising tensions up the columbia border the crisis reaches the u.n. security council. and in this body claim a deliberate humanitarian.


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