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russia celebrates the 76th anniversary of the red army's victory over enough to see germany in the great patriotic war. troops parade on red square flying overhead moscow commemorates victory day our correspondents were there in the heart of the capital experiencing all the action 1st. then coming. up so the last.
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hour we take a look at the incredible story of nickel. they saw be it soldier who risked his life to save hundreds of jewish people from the nazis during the 2nd. today we mark victory day in russia commemorating the surrender of nazi germany hello and welcome to our special coverage on our international. well just before we get into the significance of the day let's bring you the celebrations from central moscow fireworks lit up the sky over the capital on
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sunday night 16 separate shows of red square spyro hills victory park and more marking the 76th victory day on a verse 3. was
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. the defeat of the 3rd reich came out an enormous cost for the soviet union almost $27000000.00 a soviet citizens both civilians and soldiers lost their lives in the eastern fronts of world war 2 that 4 year conflict with nazi germany is known to russians as the great patriotic war and for the occasion he has brought to life archive footage of some of the soviet troops and they thought possible.
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yes insatiable footage some hours ago russian troops and military vehicles paraded through moscow's red square for the capitals and you will veto a parade it was the biggest of dozens of procession which took place across russia to celebrate the defeat of nazi germany. where years for the if. today at this fee day there will be no dignitaries in attendance at the kremlin
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basically wanted to say that we would like to err on the side of caution so although we're going to have the big guns the big jets the big tanks and all the different regiments and battalions marching across red square it will be a slightly smaller audience for this year's edition of lot of putin flanked by a number of veterans as well who are attending today.
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this is. so stupid oh my goodness me i'm i think i'm 90 years old playing with my choice all over again absolutely remarkable display of russian aerospace technology here right above rose square. sensory. data we've come to the final great that's not. a problem.
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but the trail. black deputy 6 future also on the night made it today is a very powerful tale collective remembrance this country strikes you know thought tyneside the 146000006 is that russia comes together as one and it reminds itself of how much it owes those $27000000.00 he died so this southwest shot at the same time last being a very showy pop. holliday it was also intense heat costs and all of that every single russian into his family archive and his photo album and think of his ancestors and what role they play oh i know for myself on this day more than most i think of my grandmother. houston is 15 years old when she lied about her age and she signed up to fight and she was in the immediate independent women's i was the foster polish an infantry unit in the red army and something unbelievably beautiful
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about the fact that decades of to she stepped up as a young child really to fight i'm standing here to try to ration slate's quite literally as a symbol of the future that she won for me i would have loved to hear me talk about the millions of heroes like who are courageous and beyond belief and who saw things that belief that they could know that he is in years have cost much fewer and fewer generations to the light but still to this day we live face. that involved. no one is forgotten nothing is forgotten. salvi its soldiers stormed berlin in late april 1905 by may 2nd the red flag was raised over the reichstag nazi germany formerly capitulated one week later veterans who took part in the operation
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still have vivid memories of those days though some never saw the german capital again after the war ended among them some whose image would become known the world over and who today thanks to modern technology was finally able to revisit the momentous occasion. 6 sure. shifted all my hair say oh are. you who are a lot of started close at least not only were the tons of them as i believe only showing the national. just so yeah i had no. her sons i don't see that. i'm sure of your cause she just says it all go i not go in shock so. much with the girls now are really good you.
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here daughter dosh i didn't know you were a doctor. just south of there was a goodish. saw her shrug and mischievous. and what a lovely moment well there were of course so many heroes in the war risking their lives to save others one of them was a solvent soldier on parties on cold nicholai kissel yoav in the summer of 142 he
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helped more than 200 jews cross the frontline saving them from the nazis in occupied bellerose 6000000 jews were murdered in the holocaust some of the people nicholai saved recall the horrors of occupation and the mom rescued them. my sister was one of the many whose lives you saved by rescuing them from hitler's cannibals you saved my life and i cannot forget that. the moon did you see this deep sea on the beach didn't simply a dumbass t.v. key and you need to get the guns doesn't dilute the room with no nice still good in the world does good it. should heal until some of the deluded litter is new to.
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threshold of the show. that all keyed country should. feel free to ski news. is. recently to. off to conclude our victory day special coverage the immortal regiment march honoring veterans of world war 2 is taking place virtually for the 2nd straight year due to the coronavirus pandemic for months relatives have been uploading photos of themselves with their relatives to mark the 76th anniversary of the great patriotic war the images are being broadcast across t.v. and social media channels it's hoped a physical event can take place on june 24th covert restrictions permitting.
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so what males have tended to do and still do is is we tend to we certainly have empathy and all of that but we also tend to do nurture through aggression so we create things like like soccer and football and you know all of the various hundreds of games that involve aggression you know women are aggressive and can play those games no doubt very well but when you go back to why they were created
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those games were created for males to nurture other males through aggression to teach them how to be empathic few aggression. remembering your on this edition of the program we explain why the russians have an aversion to war contrary to what is said in the west. at the recent g 7 foreign ministers meeting russia was clear and expressed it was really reckless and the press. welcome back to the program is really security forces are bracing for further chaos softer several days of clashes in jerusalem have left dozens injured tensions
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flared up over possible afflictions of palestinians from the claim by jewish settlers israel sees the seizures are necessary for security here sorties policy clear with more from jerusalem. this is just in downtown jerusalem and it looks more like a war zone that's happened. broken bottles all over the over the cases the shops are closed because the situation has become quite dangerous now this is on sticky to night that there has been violence here in jerusalem we're also witnessing a minute. and at the same time if we haven't seen this kind of protests trying to sort of pull yes we certainly all witnessing displaced and or mass has or hopes that come to the city the palestinian president mahmoud abbas has indefinitely postponed the election and blaming the israelis were still celebrating or commemorating the holy month of ramadan and all of bones have contributed to this
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take in by little israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says that his security forces will be on the scene until such time practice minority of what holds youngsters that are provoking the situation i actually done with now there has been ambulances firing forwards and backwards been about dozen that have been taken out of east into various problems and. so all eyes now on tomorrow which will see jerusalem day and annual commemoration rate young jewish youths march to the streets with israeli flags that no doubt won't be a provocation and at the same time we've been bracing to hear the supreme court decision as to be a picture of the child not fall from here in the arab in a neighborhood of shade. that has been postponed for now because of concerns the security mental illness who takes the cheats about the growing tensions here. in
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staying with the story in this footage you can see israel's iron dome defense system intercepting what they say are 2 rockets coming from gals on sunday night israel also sees incendiary balloons have been coming over from gaza sparking fires in jerusalem for several days in a row richard becker a coordinator of the antiwar answer coalition says recent events marked the largest flare up in tensions 2 sides in recent years in the city. netanyahu is hoping that somehow repression we're going to have our own problems with albert corruption charges and so forth and somehow going back. but there's something much bigger that's going on here well i think i understand and this is where i record curious was postponed and then we are now facing. the possibility of a new mass rebellion so we're seeing something that we haven't seen in a long time and it's really is
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a reaction to be increasing and intensified russian and repression of the palestinians. ok moving the program all know world press freedom day was marked this week by u.s. authorities who mainly focused on journalist rights in other countries the united states itself has witnessed more than 400 assaults on journalists over the past year there are also a 139 arrests over 100 cases of reporters a quip in being either stuntman stolen or damaged 2021 trucker shows more and more incidents every day r t z takes a closer look now at press freedom in the united states of america. if there's one thing entrenched in the d.n.a. of us democracy that would be putting america on the pedestal of righteousness at every given opportunity like here we're seeing every day. the work that journalists
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are doing around the world in increasingly difficult and challenging conditions nothing is more fundamental to the good functioning of our democracies they advocate they seek safety they celebrate the u.s. knows how to throw one hell of a party for a truth teller look no further than julian asuncion he's published so many u.s. secrets america's justice department is captivated by the man they just won't take no for an answer if extradited asunder will be celebrating his accomplishments like the guantanamo bay files or the iraq war logs for up to 175 years likely in a maximum security prison the ruling in his case leaves open the possibility for the u.s. governments to pursue journalists and publishers around the world if their report annoys the washington establishment that essential remains in prison underlies the
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grievous threat to unfettered journalese that these serious legislation poses and of course there's no bigger custodian of journalist safety than the modern day america it is incumbent on all of us to counter these threats to a free and independent media including physical risk and arbitrary detention for one saudi journalist physical risk and arbitrary detention escalated into horrible suffering and death in a matter of minutes jamal khashoggi fell out of favor with the saudi royal family and in 2018 was killed inside their consulate in istanbul reports suggest he was tortured before meeting his death beheaded and dismembered. as his killers go to way on private jets the u.s. could not stand idle in the face of such an atrocity that's one reason we announced in response to the brutal murder of jamal khashoggi the shoji bam to help deter
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threatening behavior against the media i beg your pardon all this. is is a visa restriction policy that doesn't even target the saudi crown prince despite the cia itself saying he personally ordered the hit we held accountable all the people in that organization but not the crown prince because we have never that i'm aware of when we have an alliance with a country gone to the acting head of state and punished that person and ostracized him and a cherry on top of this towering pile of hypocrisy is this promise of joe biden to show he was in fact murdered and dismembered and i believe in the order of the crown prince but i would make it very clear we were not going to interact more weapons to them we were going to in fact make them pay the price and make them in fact the pariah that they are the ban is cosmetic. we know or the murder
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and then the person who do are there murders not going to be elder charitable he remains untouched because washington doesn't want to disrupt that relationship as politicians love to float amid the smoke of virtue and mirrors of morality but then things come into sharp focus and we see just how little integrity there is left. he goes down off taking us through the to envelop is where we leave unusual and offer up more great programs they are just about to get their start discovering what showing in moments this is or to international. 'd i'd like to point the host of questions with yes actually listens to the yes
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