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a different experience but it's a good way to go and don't like yeah usually that's the case here usually we go to like the pharaohs or they say get out you know or. you know about that place they don't like us very but they're all. in the farrows because we don't want them to kill the pilot whales and so you know they have this long tradition of driving the pilot whales with their small boats and driving them up onto the beach and killing them on the beach. and so we've gone there and interfered with dogs there is you know is there's a whole layers of legal issues there because it is illegal for the e.u. to the whales and the pharaohs are potentially part of the deal with a plan. they tried in years past to pass laws against us and they kept getting they were the way
they were that they wouldn't enforce them so i think believe this year they they have succeeded in keeping us from going there i know. the ships can't go and. i don't know if individuals want now how that will work out but we're not going there on a campaign this year because of that because of the prohibition there and then we have other issues now that we're tackling like this illegal fishing which is a huge problem all over the world. and. if you want to use to enough for itself or you just go to the supermarket buy a can of tuna open it and you enjoy it because the next place. but when you see how it's catch you start to sing about these big fishing boats were seen fishing already in big trouble we kind of go on but there's still quite a survey several meetings and then the percent up and starts to are pulling the
nets and nets to sartoris getting tighter and tighter the fish squeezed all i can of lemon and in this moments of the sea really insurance red bull let me just seal the last. number and that's what's called the scoop when the metal ring just goes to go into the big nets and scoop all of the fish. in. one time we've just been the runs is perceivable we conduct fifteen scoops. you say highest on each floor of some of them. so it's just one catch seventy five tons true enough and they do it several times a day. almost every day with a big fleet sort of know you get an idea why the ocean is over fished.
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like. long on fire sharks on the whole trip in just war yeah yeah have you reported this by catch up when i was. with you isn't it good for you. to miss your local like a model of you know. my main goal will be about bycatch and i use the illegal unregulated and underreporting fishing that is happening in the west african region. because it is estimated that between eleven and twenty six million tonnes of fish is being called illegally so i'm point three million tons of fish are being discarded by catch annually it's just being killed without being targeted and.
here you can see the net in the net you can see a lot of dead shards because the problem with. shorts and since they're left in a swim bladder when they lift the net over there before the net is on the day the sharks die because of lack of oxygen. because they do not have rains from that or so if they don't move they will die i mean. last year when we were here in japan we also had several cases of whale shark getting caught in the net with a person or so on several occasions we had to cut up the net to be able to save the whales and a releases from the entanglement in the nets and that is also a beautiful feeling when you see the welfare of the men wave the net.
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twenty three russian diplomats have left the u.k. punishment for moscow's alleged involvement in the poisoning of a former spy in britain russia insist it had nothing to do with the attack. the saudi crown prince and president trump a meeting in washington the u.s. lead it's already made a weapon sales pitch to his. son europeans are very wealthy nation and they're
going to give the united states some of that wealth. facebook ace. trending as people express their anger over revelations about the social network's harvesting of user data. good evening and welcome my name's neil harvey this is r.t. international. twenty three russian diplomats expelled by london have just left the u.k. on the plane was bound for moscow our correspondent in london. has the latest in the standoff between russia and great britain. it's twenty three diplomats and their families so close to one hundred people who were waved off by the remaining
embassy staff in the u.k. they boarded a russian government plane bound from mosco and the russian ambassador to the u.k. alexander you can vent he is school them to the airport this is what he had to say take a listen we've been through diplomats means forty percent reduction. and that's the world we're idiom to see this was. in the issue visas is becoming a little bit more complicated these days you know to work in the u.k. but this is the new reality is this is the different level of completions. the major problem for us you know all this. is that we don't have any evidence no evidence presented to us and for the time being you know we don't have a need for the police and the diplomatic expulsions are all part of this full out between the u.k. and russia following the poisoning of sergei script and his daughter and souls very
over a couple of weeks ago now over two weeks ago last week to resume a blamed the kremlin for the attempted murder of the former double agent and his daughter she said it was highly likely that the noisy child of agent originated in russia and she announced on roff of measure in retaliation including these diplomatic expulsions the kremlin responded on saturday as well in turn with a list of twenty three british diplomats who were being expelled from moscow that's yet to happen the kremlin's also announced the closure of the british consulate in st petersburg i'm a closure of the british council which is sort of the cultural shoots of the british embassy in russia for top measures and to reason main met with the national security council today there had been some expectation that. she might introduce more new measures further measures against the kremlin but her spokesperson has
just been talking and she said that there is action being taken at the border to monitor and track people whose activity threatens the security of the u.k. and its allies she's saying there's work by international inspectors to get samples of the nerve agent ongoing and that the prime minister is looking forward to more talks with the states on the spy poisoning later on this week so she's really reinforced what was unveiled last week but stopped short so far of adding to the list of measures she has however said that all the measures are being actively considered and they're going to be ready to deploy by to resume a at any time now in the meantime the investigation into what actually took place how that nerve agent was administered that is still ongoing and is being handled by london's anti terror police unit their latest statement says that this is an investigation that's set to last for many months to come they have some two hundred fifty detectives working on collecting evidence around the clock and on top of that
investigators from the hague from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons they have arrived in the u.k. this week they're collecting samples of the nerve agent used from the lab that's handling it here as part of an independent investigation into what happened and the results of that are expected to take at least two weeks. discuss this story more detail now with former u.s. diplomat jim justice who can be joins me on the lawn good to have you on jim. the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons so we're talking about the experts here they're collecting samples it's part of an independent probe so this could last several weeks so the experts knew several weeks to start. you could politicians only needed to the. russians to blow. well they're not certain and i think that's what exposes the bad faith of theresa may the british authorities immediately blaming russia for this when they haven't
even done an investigation this is seems very much like the kind of accusations we've seen repeatedly in syria over chemical weapons allegations this is this is the red queen this is a verdict for a verdict first trial afterward and even in the infliction of punishment and i think the russians that really should not should not take this in stride i think there this really deserves a sharp asymmetrical response to punch the old british toothless lion right in the mouth on a on a similar note really france and germany have called upon russia to prove its innocence not if you want somebody to prove their innocence that means that you think they might actually be innocent if you give him the chance is that the rights approach though do you think no i don't think it is at all how do you ask somebody to prove their innocence in a vacuum prove you didn't do something how do you do that when the russians have a request of the british to give the same samples they've given to the o p c w to
the russians so they can they can compare it to whatever data they have at their disposal i think the russians are being far too laid back about this in far too symmetrical and the response this shows i think is extreme bad faith on the part of the british government i think the americans and the other europeans are basically just sort of going through the motions in supporting their ally but i think theresa may is way out a way out beyond her evidence on this and that moscow should not stand for it european leaders have hardly been falling over themselves to congratulate him a putin on the reelection his russian president to what extent do you think the script case plays a role in not. i think it does very much although i noticed today that donald trump did congratulate vladimir putin on his reelection and that he said that he tends to be with him and the very near future and of course in a real sense mr trump personally certainly not the people he's appointed to administration but the president personally has been the real outlier
internationally on this at least to keep the door open to some kind of a dialogue with moscow what everybody else seems very intent on shutting it how do you see this playing out going forward because it feels as though the u.k. really went if this was a game of poker they went all in on day one they do have support from of the play is but now we're in a bit of a standoff what what happens next do you think i don't know and i think that largely depends on what moscow does if what they do is what they've done in the past which is to take it in stride be very moderate their response i think honestly i think this just encourages the worst tendency from not only the british government of to some of their international partners to make it easy to make these scurrilous accusations i would like to see something for example like a one month freeze on british flag air carriers over russian territory to inflict some real harm asymmetrically on the british because i think that would send a real chill into the french and the british and even the americans to say do we
really want to go along with these ridiculous accusations because i think this is getting out of control if we look at it we're now providing lethal weapons in ukraine where we seen repeated false flags in syria and i'm afraid there will be one brewing there again i think this is starting to get out of control and that moscow to some extent is is betting that by being so measured in their response what we've seen as i say manifest bad faith coming from london jim time on your view steam chatteris my guest former u.s. diplomat. thank you. move on to other news users of facebook have been questioning the credibility of the service following revelations over personal data harvesting parties and he says he has details on the tech giants data battle. deletes facebook it's the hash tag that's been trending on twitter the social network users are fewer reus facebook played a part in getting donald trump into the white house state or from fifteen million
facebook users was harvested by a troubling analytic company and what appears to be the largest leak in the social network history in two thousand and fifteen we learned that a psychology professor at the university of cambridge named dr alexander kogan lying to us violated our platform policies by passing data from an app that was using facebook logon to s e o king which analytical the firm that does political government and military work around the globe it all began with the cambridge university professor creating a personality up and passing the information acquired on to a third party cambridge analytic a once facebook realised it violated their terms they wanted all data to be destroyed there has the potential to be a lengthy legal battle and the fuel to the fire is the fact cambridge analysts say they were conducting separate work for the trump's presidential campaign surely the donald trump campaign was the first opportunist in data gathering think back to