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asian this week benjamin netanyahu claimed to long night about its nuclear ambitions and his revelations came just days before the us president will decide whether to scrap the agreement daniel hawkins has the details tonight i'm here to tell you one thing iran lart the evidence well that lies in this filing cabinet allegedly thousands of documents and c.d.'s half a ton to be precise proven conclusively to iran misled the world about its nuclear plans both before and after the twenty fifteen agreement we've known for years that iran had a secret nuclear weapons program called project them out hailing this as a significant development in the great intelligence achievement that we all who was sure iran has one reason and one reason only to hide this information why would a terrorist regime hide and meticulously catalog in secret nuclear files is not to use the middle leader do what other country would do such
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a thing some will remember netanyahu has twenty twelve un speech and the cartoon bomb iran's foreign ministry has already called his presentation a propaganda show but the issue here is also a serious one since the onset netanyahu has been an ardent critic of the iran agreement so this is a terrible deal i think this deal is a bad. deal which would never have been concluded. and if you do storm. president trump. will desire will make as the solution on what to do with the nuclear deal. i'm sure you'll do the right thing whatever does come about on may the twelfth there's a new york who will do all he can to convince the world that scrapping the deal is the right way forward even at the cost of years of negotiations and the delicate regional power balance. the wrong nuclear deal was struck in twenty fifteen between
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tehran and six world powers and hailed as a huge diplomatic success the negotiations took nine years in exchange for some sanctions been lifted iran agreed to strict limits on its nuclear program and to open up its facilities to international experts daniel mcadams who's an executive director at the run paul institute for peace faced the timing of netanyahu his charm offensive is all too convenience netanyahu knows very well that he cannot take on iran on his own bibi is playing trump like a fiddle but look around trump he's got all the same losers that were in power in two thousand and two who lied us into going into iraq or we're supposed to believe that somehow just a week or so before trump has to make his decision on iran that all of a sudden it come into this amazing information here let us rush to share with you this information telling you how you really are it's all purity after it's just like is ridiculous bomb thing at the u.n. it's just a desperate ploy to lie us into another war. and massive rally to mark
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may day in the french capital turned violent as mass demonstrators burned cars and held smoke grenades more than two hundred protesters were arrested our correspondent arwa damon skee was at the scene. fundamental question is now starting the please i want to live in the caravan you'll see the tear gas is coming up to us the police move again and that's because just behind us there is a fire going on the demonstrators have put forward to a very cool and emergency bike and as you can see i don't smoke because.
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well as you might have gathered we've just been in the middle of what was quite a large clash between the police and the protesters just look behind me this is one of the trucks with the water cannons and you can see the gendarme now coming down and you can see some of the water in the form that's been on the ground to try and push these protesters back take a look behind me and they're actually trying to barricade themselves up now that's off to they set fire to what looked like a g. c.p.d. fact it's still own foyer over there in the distance the process is to it is if you just turn around a little bit more what we have a look this you may see this big over dog smoke coming up here on the protesters what they did is they lit for it she what seem to be some sort of motorbike and the car i just want to give you a sense of what sort of damage has been created from those are clashes and not just conscious but the damage that was caused by the protest is the police had warned
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early on tuesday morning ahead of these may day protests that they thought they were going to be hijacked by anti capitalist spy anti fascists and they would indeed that they came out in their hundreds ready with a gear they safety gear to be able to protect themselves from the tear gas the masks just have a look at this. this is one of the vehicles that they burned still smoking there and just behind it the plumes of smoke that came up from this vehicle huge project planes of smoke that went up and just completely must this block of apartments where people were living protesters would be damaging and smashing items up across this part of paris and the police had to let them be however when they came when they started the fires here and when these apartment blocks were put in danger then the police intervened and we will cool in that crossfire just come over here and you'll be able to see the bullets here of a fast food restaurant that is being put up that was completely and utterly
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destroyed restaurants further behind on the street will also destroyed and basically the police did very little in fact nothing for a long time when this destruction was happening it was only further on into the demonstration of the violence took place at little bit further on that they actually did something now they've said the reason that they didn't react as quickly as some people say they should have is because they were trying to avoid collateral damage will be back after this short break. no one else seemed wrong why don't we all just don't all. you
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get to shape out this day comes after. and in detroit equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. put in lives by two things by his emotion and he is. in that long he places a very long game need he says so to speak of. long distance rather than politics and that's the way the underestimates. welcome back a british police monitoring group has forced you calle forty's to release its
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counterterrorism training materials off the years of court battles the document reveals that anti fracking activists are considered extremists much like radical islamists or neo nazis and apparently this goes beyond mere words. you know i don't. believe he believes. more that. the police have been involved in dragging disabled people out of wheelchairs on the public highway over salting people and of standing by and watching private security companies employed by the fracking companies come out of this site on to
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the public highway and attack people punching people in the face putting people in to sleep or hold positions all kinds of. have happened. lower enforcement and emergency crews claim however that the activists were feigning injury for the cameras and making false claims over police brutality from a very surprising for the extraction method to be banned are categorized as domestic extremists that's how their includes the king included in the framework of the british counterterrorism program known as prevent and protestors are being monitored by an anti terror agencies one case that caused outrage involved three pelleas officers dragging it to save it and elderly protester across the road well i got to talk to the woman in the video eighty five year old power actually. consider me a threat i was simply a nuisance. they were wanting a big lorry to enter the sites and i was in the way and. i'm
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obviously an elderly person fairly frail now i wasn't a big difficulty of to them six policemen could've handled me extremely well three policemen i think it was handled me quite easily was no difficulty to them so i couldn't have been a threat did anyone officially apologize to you following that incident oh no no there's never been any apology i've never had any official communication about it how do you feel about the fact that anti fracking activists like yourself are being compared to radical islamists and neo nazis. it's ludicrous just playing with words. in one way it doesn't bother me that and say what they like they used to say didn't they names weren't hurt you. it's it's how they
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treat you as a result whether they'll decide to shove me in prison or something that would certainly turn my head. more grey than it is now. u.s. rapper kanye west is a russian spy on vladimir putin's mission and that's according to a renowned strategic intelligence analyst the accusations come after west public coming out that he's a trump supporter more and galaxy have now looks at who makes the army of kremlin agents in america remember when being portrayed as a russian spy was funny bit of a joke. what are you doing in the dark with nothing just the way those filings for you a russian spy or so to. get your ear. who isn't funny now could be anyone in the oval office in the pentagon madison
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square garden. can years recent coordination with trump along with his use of infamous or rhetoric and symbols confederate flag reek of products here just join up the dogs time year indorse trump publicly their friends. i'm not saying can you west is involved at all in the trump russia scandal but i am saying he has russian ties and was there right after the twenty sixteen elections scott walk in or perhaps work in a contributor for the us news channel m.s.n. b c and also founder of russia gate agrees there are just too many darts not to connect them kanya west went to russia he went to russia he literally flew to moscow and walked around the jew see what he got up to i sure
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didn't want to be doing anything it's now so obvious why didn't we see it before we see it now and there are more of them clint eastwood openly backed trump and the russian connection is blatant clint eastwood speaks russian. pretends to. own robert de niro he hates trump or so he says but look at the fact he owns a chain of altria luxurious restaurants in moscow and he's opening a new one soon you know who goes to his restaurants oligarchs we're not blind anymore there could be russian spies in my audience and i wouldn't know it everyone is a suspect. are you a russian spy now. russian spies. ellen de generous knows what's up
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we need lists so i've put together a quick one to start things off this is a list of american stars who recently been to russia they held. and did business it's time to wake up russian agents everywhere the president republicans hollywood your neighbor your friends maybe probably even you. are special day in the russian calendar is fast approaching as the country prepares to celebrate victory day on may ninth marking the seventy third anniversary of the soviet union's victory of a nazi germany every year the traditional parade is a prominent part of the celebration the final rehearsal for it is scheduled this sunday and over one hundred fifty pieces of military hardware have been on the move
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towards red square since early this morning. and soviet war veterans are being remembered around the world to head of the victory day celebrations and you most will regiment's munches give people the chance to honor that family members who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and has been at one of the marches in new york. so we're here in new york city and we're walking along the new york harbor as you can see all around me we have a gathering this is gathering people to commemorate the victory over fascism during the second world war it's interesting this is kind of a family affair we're seeing a lot of you know couples with children we're seeing grandparents with their younger generation a lot of folks out here now the folks are carrying placards with the image of their relatives who died or fought in the second world war this is my graham fire he was a pilot this is a mine ground for grand grandfather he were dissipating the world war two he died
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on the his way to berlin i'm originally from kazakhstan and i'm here to commemorate his memory it's really important to thank him for what. each of these faces has a story a story about the battle to defeat fascism a story about you know kind of the goodness that kind of brings the american people in the russian people together and gives us kind of a common bond in history when i'm here you know you could just feel you. were allies and i'm here as an american because i think the collaboration between the united states and russia is important for mankind oh it was so much fear about the tension between russia and the united states right now and i think folks see this is a way to counter them and they see this is a way to remind people that we're on the same side table mop and r.t. new york well to pot is next.
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what politicians do. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. some want. to go to the press this is what the four three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the lines about how. this should. just manufactured sentenced to public will. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the crime. listen to the one percent. to ignore middle of the room sit.
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on the welcome to worlds apart at the recent series of events on the north korean track has a plan that may need diplomatic conventions but only have the south koreans become the unlikely mass injuries between pyongyang and washington they've also become spokespeople for both kendall trump supposedly acceptance of kim jong un suppose that invitation photogs break these decades old stalemate well to discuss that i'm now joined by the line calls professor at cookman the university insults professor link of it's good to have you on the show thank you very much for your time thank
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you very much at your service now we've just witnessed a major turnaround in how north korea and the united states approach one another just a few weeks ago the world feared to break out of a nuclear war now we are discussing the potentiality of the first ever face to face meeting between the two leaders since the korean war what do you think accounts for these dramatic shifts of well i would say cynically blackmail what. because or was a last year u.s. administration or pretty well it's a more there's a bit more but a size president himself has walked a very hard to create an impression that huge is seriously considering a military operation against north korea nobody but president himself can possibly know was a he was really going to strike north korea or he helps it was all bluff
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bluffing to create such an impression and to get by lead to go in diplomatic results reza sincere or not this policy of persia has finally walked. or will september suddenly changed its edgy heute to send shells dieting or study it historically chadha was remarkably reluctant to forward tough sanctions against north korea barred from august of september chani is probably in somebody's guards tougher than the united states saw the prior to shore they're working very hard so essentially what you're saying is that donald trump managed to change the calculus of not only the north koreans but also other parties to this conflict but the north koreans do not have a reputation of being particularly feeble minded in fact i think they have a reputation of being very tough negotiators and trying to get as much as possible for as little as possible and yet all of
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a sudden they show this openness for one sided concessions agreeing to suspend military and ballistic tests while not asking the americans to suspend their military exercises is that a measure of how frightened they are all perhaps a calculation on their part that they may get more in return later on bourse. bridges sure that in the long run as the north koreans the smart americans. because you know i've been studying is a history and this is you see a history of how well. and his father and the special his grandfather many people ate it changes russians selves americans jeff aeneas and they always view or vigorous but right now they are still frightened because i mentioned sentients is there yet to produce impact but in due time situation is likely to deteriorate and of course the dorm for to be shot at as they understand in case of war they get in
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freak a great deal of damage on the u.s. and their allies by they also understand that in the end of the day they're going to suffer much more so the dorms want a shooting war and even the prisoner with that this is was going to happen if they don't stop well they decided to stop is a metal fact exit actually introduced the mandatory i'm on that missile tests a nuclear launch it's not now now they just confirmed it for all practical purposes they did it in late november and they also floated a possibility of being open to discuss the so-called denuclearization of the peninsula now i know from your own writing that it sounds big but it doesn't carry much at least in your view but do you think there is anything that could actually prompt young young to take this issue seriously and consider it i don't see any say that here where our reach will probably make to seriously consider.
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their current statement is basically just. many people forget by the according to the nine hundred sixty eight treaties signed by all major nuclear powers including tonight of states russia and share that and france and united kingdom all this countries are under obligation to eventually surrender the nuclear event. it's very unique i think show american or russian or chinese documents you see this is not exactly was there of working hard to achieve so just a leap service. areas can easily do a c. they can is it into words they're american so russians have been doing for decades just to see involve beautiful point in a very distant future probably they will surrender nuclear weapons not know precious a link of you mentioned the relief service and i think it's also become a bit of a diplomatic ritual to you indoors the denuclearized nation of the peninsula but if
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we look at it through politic lances do you thing regional powers like russia like china actually want pyongyang to fully disarm absolutely because it's very often is under stuart budget russian government has always been deadly against nuclear north korea and this a or even more is a predictable to china you know all russia is now flooded visit and ten american feelings so many people say vowels their gaze the light is straight they're good guys they have support there not because in the end of the day first of all a russia b. economy vice the cousin ares a nuclear countries needs nuclear superiority even more and it has no interest in merchants or for new nuclear powers because that i view because pickets now it's last year tomorrow it may be scary if they're discussing as seriously as vietnam and then more nuclear power with iran their list military significant russia
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becomes and it's only part of the story and as a part of the story is just all good proliferation. norm to be part of her rate as well but the counter argument to that would be that the north korean partial nuclear arsenal provides security guarantees not only to the regime itself but also to its neighbors against a military intervention to break out of a major war on their borders and as you. pointed out in one of your recent articles nobody wants to see a replay of the libyan events in east asia so my question to you is whether north korea having a short nuclear stick not a fully developed but some some blunts of a nuclear weapon doesn't dod provide a certain guarantee to both russia and china that the united states would not intervene that recklessly on their borders no security guarantees for russia are provided by the russia nuclear and missile forces speedier all countries if they
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develop nuclear weapons is a great into the long run increase in stability i'm not saying that we can do anything about north korea nuclear weapons i'm just saying that from the point of view of the russian the national interest it's not a good use look now it's more scary but if north korea becomes nuclear it will become all the logical for south korea to warn your korea as well because yes no not say and probably believe they need nuclear weapons for defense but the us not forget it was a north korea beach invaded in one thousand fifty and it still official line is. does not exist so our study is in the u.s. occupied territory to be eventually liberate it's ruled my cheapie did but if according to the north. this is a situation sort of what should not do probably develop nukes and if that happens what about japan what about what about vietnam all this countries have
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a lot of. us by the way most cases against china and this is it is only by chinese so i'm happy about north korean nuclear program russia is a bit unhappy chad is seriously unhappy because if it's not stopped in ten feet twenty s. time channel you'll find itself surrounded by small really hostile countries and beatrice reason to hate cherry now going back to. many centuries and each country has a nuclear weapons wrestling i heard you say that the north korean regime is likely to be accommodating as long as it believes that the u.s. administration could be reckless enough to launch a strike against said despite all the potential ramifications for south korea as well as for the region in general how much mileage do you think the trombetta ministration can get out of it what's the maximum that they can potentially extort from pyongyang by using these scare tactics. would say
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a lot of what they heard all of the blogs it's basically is that they can get much more than i areally stickily expect because. the north koreans a century except it was a joint military exercises will behalves it's the same situation i just discussed when we're talking about does of their nuclear program because if they have basically is a noise they can do nothing about joint military exercises non-sale is for the last few months it did look like the future deal if you include it just something about this scale or continuation of franklin c. of the joint exercises and recently at north scary as essential a set military exercises cavies us we don't care we don't worry about it the she's was a pretty mess of concessions so i would say that say about a year ago three years ago i used to say and many others observers said well soon
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or later north koreans probably they will sit down and start talking but they're going to extract a lot of every scene from the united states all parties now it seems that the. major condition is just to make sure that americans will not start shooting second to have some of their recent sanctions lifted as soon as possible before it will strike the commie in their. nort going to port much more demands for that now professor link of there is a lot of discussion in the united states especially among those who do not support the idea of the presidential some the aid would be encouraging north korea for its bad behavior but i think the relevant question here is also whether it would encourage trump for his bad behavior because you mentioned that he's policy of essentially blackmail has worked so far that some of.


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