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i'm. russia's foreign ministry accuses the u.s. of treating latin america as its colony comments come in response to washington's claims of moscow's military interference in venezuela. despite its no collusion found between donald trump pounds russia by the murder investigation and media hysteria is its dying down with outlets now blaming trump for making them suspicious in the first place. the u.n. security council meets over the escalation on the gaza border where israeli tanks of gathered i.d.f. jets have also attacked palestinian territory in retaliation for alleged rocket fire it comes as the u.s. officially recognizes as rabies solver into the over the golan heights
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a disputed area on the border with syria washington's move was immediately condemned by the un the e.u. and the arab league. a warm welcome you are watching r.t. international with mina care and great to have you with us this hour now our top story russia's foreign ministry has accused the u.s. of treating latin america like a colony the comments come in response to washington's claims of russian military interference in venezuela r.t. stalled quarter. we can gave way to big hype over russian military planes appearing in caracas carrying cargo and about one hundred military personnel now the move to send military personnel to venezuela sparked serious criticism from washington who has been pushing for regime change in the country mike pompei on monday stated the
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move is increasing tensions and national security advisor john bolton said he won't tolerate any foreign countries in the u.s. his backyard prompting a pushback from moscow united states will not tolerate whole style foreign military powers meddling with the western hemisphere's shared goals of democracy security and the rule of law the venezuelan military must stand with the people of venezuela top u.s. representatives who failed to change the lawful regime in caracas partly thanks to russia's steadfast position and the maintenance of the international law claimed that they won't tolerate interference from hostile foreign powers in the western hemisphere acehnese this clearly demonstrates washington's approach to venezuela and all latin american governments who are practically denied so far and we've now seen the russian foreign ministry's explanation for the presence of what it defines as military advisers in venezuela suggesting there's nothing illegal or clandestine about it now according to moscow it's all within the bounds of international law
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and the military technical cooperation deal with caracas it signed in two thousand and one now the foreign ministry also went on to attack the us is general approach towards latin america saying that washington's actions resemble its colonial policies in the region from around two hundred years ago moscow has also had a stark warning for the organization of american states a washington based forum of thirty five latin american countries who claim that russia broke venezuelan law by moving its personnel there. the u.s. has once again decided to bring order to latin america starting with venezuela we regret that the organization of american states has aided washington in strengthening its colonial habits as if on aware that any other country in the region getting turned fall under u.s. pressure considering trump's administration has been saying all options are on the table the pentagon's inability or unwillingness to give
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a definitive answer for the white house's plans is far from reassuring is it does it ministrations intend to use the military resolution to stop my understanding the presence of russian military advisors in venezuela doesn't mean the country will be free of instability but what it does mean is that washington will have to think twice before using some of those options on its table meanwhile the venezuelan parliament which is under the control of the opposition intends to demand the withdrawal of the russian military according to the russian foreign ministry russia's presence in venezuela is legal under an agreement between the two countries from two thousand and one the national assembly has also charged the government with inefficient inefficiency in solving the country's problems on tuesday much of venezuela remained without electricity due to the second count in a month as well as government told workers and school children to stay home on wednesday communication and information minister george or drinkers has a bloated pictures and videos of a suspected attack on
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a power station saying that criminals intentionally started a fire to sabotage the system well that's cause live to guess now andre's will take filmmaking and investigative journalist thank you for joining us on the program sir now according to the venezuelan government criminals connected to the opposition intentionally sabotage a power station why would they do that. well there is there a process how this story the country of which is unfriendly or which is not sure it look forward to us washington or of the state will be here for decades literally decades of this kind of examples from chile ninety percent of the. many other places so far there is short of having direct intervention in our corrupt us that washington is trying to exhaust all possibilities for where we
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stabilize the government the president when they were elected government so there is. the attendance of the story because there will be or will be going on and on and on and even to be far more so-called cool or cool actually a dentist who fails. readily and doesn't believe this whole subject are shit themselves on video for of definitely many years to come but the opposition controlled national assembly has objected to the presence of russian military specialists in the country but is it in accordance with an agreement signed between the two countries in may two thousand and one with the us still saying all options are still on the table doesn't offend as well and governments have reason to want to bolster its security. devon related this in agreement between two countries that the intercept but it's a lot of litany of or explain to you or one important point here.
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are you just the it's all over latin america from mexico the chill of the now everywhere aside us of the event of evil at this other is that of majority of people of all that america has suspicious of the us foreign policy now they are not of the sure that they. can do anything for them as well unfortunately it will be again there should be probably the china of what it will be also a lot of virus compass of early get out of turkey who will of most likely and hopefully get involved and help help put his or lead in latin america this on the cuba of olivia. of to some extent mexico of which are actually doing or trying to do something substantial and tangible the rest of latin america or oppositional or a left wing idiot age concerts they get something out of the children they before
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yesterday famous back. through tents of thousands of people to the street of some of the people there all protest against mr doodlers and against . basically yankees get as they call them here get in get involved there but as of yet there is no doubt she will help so people who can get there shouldn't now i think all eyes are at this situation and i think that most people don't dba their tour yet hope that there will be some substantial help for that as well coming from russia or other countries but that they hold that there will be helpful that's of that they sure again and all at each ear to the sicko. the removal. of the flags also balanced so people are flying these things together what is happening to. you know this city and groups together is really.
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good police fire and really are going good. latin america. thanks for sharing your time with theirs and your thoughts so there's our filmmaker and investigative journalist thank you. thank you so much the u.s. justice department says the public version of a special counsel robert miller's report on the investigation into alleged collusion between donald trump and rush will be released in the coming weeks there are forty said to contain secret grand jury materials that usually off a bit in by law from being released publicly previously republicans blocked a democratic effort for the full public release of the report i don't need attorney general marks interpretation of the report i am for the report and our main thrust on this issue is simply transparency release the report then come to conclusions
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the intelligence community needs to look at it and make sure that we don't disclose sources and methods or classified information for the country. pretty much what's left i would urge you to turn over to the country. the good the bad the ugly come to the committee and be willing to answer questions only a summary of robert miller's report into collusion has been published officials say there is no plan to share an advance copy of the document with the white house meanwhile trump himself has hinted there will be payback for those who spread allegations of collusion with russia claims that were exposed as false after a two year probe. there are a lot of people out there that have done some very very evil things very bad things i would say treasonous things against our country those people. will certainly be looked at and i have been looking at them for a long time and i'm saying why haven't they been looked at they lied to congress
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many of them you know who they are we can never ever let this happen to another president again for two and a half years u.s. media has given lots of airtime to the infamous russia gate allegations an online media no less than t.v. one study showed over five hundred thirty thousand articles on trunk russia collusion allegations or the mole or probe have gone online since the probe was launched in two thousand and seventeen but now according to the report from special counsel robert muller it was all for nothing no collusion took place so why did the us media run so long with something that turned out to be a total red herring well some voices blame trump for it they say that it's his fault the media went with the story for so long why did donald trump and why did his administration and why did everybody close to him lie about contacts that they had with russia throughout the course of the campaign why did he say that he
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believes putin over the intelligence community why did he talk about leaving nato things that put our national security at jeopardy why doesn't he release his tax returns some say that it's just a cover up that william barr the u.s. attorney general is protecting donald trump attorney general barr who addition to his role with an open memorandum suggesting that it was almost impossible for any president to commit obstruction of justice and seize the head of the executive branch made a decision about that evidence in under forty eight hours given ms the bar's public record of bias against the special counsel's inquiry he's not a new true observer and is not in a position to make objective determinations about the group. now some voices are saying that two years twenty five million dollars and three thousand subpoenas just aren't enough they say that if you keep looking you can find collusion because it's there because we say so trust in his prosecutorial judgment but that doesn't mean of course that there isn't compelling and incriminating evidence that should be
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shared with the american people this president has a way of trying to get into people's heads and indoctrinate them he's been saying no collusion no collusion no collusion he does this all the time this is not the end of anything now you might think that the media was to blame after all they kept this story in the headlines for so long examining every unproven rumor however certain voices are saying that they did nothing wrong and should be praised for their work i think we've done the media the press has done one of the great reporting jobs in the history especially of covering a presidency by the most news organizations some media outlets did so well they were honored with a pulitzer prize for. relentlessly reported coverage in the public interest that dramatically further the nation's understanding of russian interference in the twenty sixteen presidential election and its connections to the trump campaign the
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president elect's transition team and his eventual administration from once told the media that apologizing can be a great thing when you're simply wrong whether or not they'll heed his advice remains to be seen nobody wants to hear this but the news that special prosecutor robert miller is headed home without issuing new challenges is a display for the reputation of the american news media nothing trump is accused of from now on by the press would be believed by huge chunks of the population standard ploy is deny everything keep going to tell you right all along never admit that you. made a mistake. base your. your judgment on beliefs and opinions rather than long specs the bay stream media has a long history particularly over the past couple of decades of not admitting guilt we see the disintegration of the media groups are just seeing the disintegration of
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professional politics in the united states at this stage and in many countries around the world. and we had from former u.s. congressman ron paul who say as despite there were polls democrats will continue to look for ways to bring down the president. the democrats don't like to hear the hear the truth and if they had their way they would not let anything out they're just playing politics that's all it is they've been they've been caught red handed lying through their teeth and now they're just going on and on you'd think they would they would just have a little a little bit of common sense but no they just march on they've been lined for two and a half years they're going to continue to lie and even this report this honors all of them and i think what drives all this is just plain old hatred they decided they were going to hate trump and then there was a coalition there was a collusion with the do republicans who didn't like trump because he was a new cover and he didn't deserve it then you had the democrats automatically hey hating you know now you had all the neo cons who are both republicans and democrats
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and then you had a kowloon you know the media and they all got together and decided with this guy's a monster we have to get rid of him whether it's true or not i think pretty soon people are going to get you know catch on and get tired of listening to this but right now they haven't let up there's continuing to go after trump and and lie about the whole mess. the most recent exchange of fire between israel and gaza has been taken up at the un with little story and more after this short break. the repping up of the mother investigation may have cleared the american president of treason and collusion but it has not got rid of critics determination to get rid of him is the american system capable of anything but settling ideological scores.
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pressure gave it to your circus or nightmare take your pick is seemingly settled trump says he's been exonerated but the political left in much of the media do not concur where do we go from here and will the investigators investigate. what politicians do you should. put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. some want to be rich. too great to be right this is what. three of the more people. interested in the war. welcome back these are our defense forces have confirmed on twitter that as strikes
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were carried out on several hamas targets in gaza overnight on tuesday the un security council met the escalation between israel and palestine idea of tanks have lined up along the gaza border and fighter jets of bones palestinian territory and response to alleged rocket fire tensions are also rising over washington's recognition of his raiding sovereignty over syria's golan heights and the issue raised in the security council meeting. yesterday president trump signed a proclamation recognizing the golan heights as israeli territory but a decision of critical strategic and security importance to the state of israel. when you showed he kept up his nine year you know let's roll step such as the recognition of israeli sovereignty over the golan heights to not change the status of these territories which is determined by the resolutions of the security council and those who are complicit in these crimes must not be spared sensor
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accountability including as concerns the annexation attempts of jerusalem and the syrian golan. he's a goshdarn have discussed the rising tensions with my colleague. well the international community has been somewhat pushed under the bus by this whole decision is the most vocal and this have been of course the arab countries the whole of arab league made public a joint statement condemning the decision really standing out a condemnation by saudi arabia for instance you know washington's bestie in the gulf so it kind of tells the scale of the fallout this this trumps decision has had to also has condemned the move russia voiced its concerns in regards to the stability of the middle east because moscow believes that such a decision by trump really undermines that so also world syria of course it's a very it's their territories that's how the international community that's how the u.n. sees the golan heights as a syrian territory the u.s.
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policy on golan is reflected in the relevant resolutions of the security council and that policy has not changed year opinion in line with international law does not recognize israel's sovereignty over to territories occupied by israel since june one thousand nine hundred sixty seven including the golan heights and does not consider them to be part of israel's territory i suppose we need to understand what exactly is at stake in the current absolutely absolutely the golan heights is a strip of land on the border between syria and israel back in the eighty's in the course of a war it was occupied by israel and that is how it is classified internationally that's how u.n. puts it it is the syrian territory or by israel. joe
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the story that we who live in the occupied golan heights we dismiss the u.s. president's foolish recognition of the territory as an israeli we want to tell him our fathers and grandfathers build their blood on this land and you don't have a right to do that yesterday it was jerusalem where day and the golan heights and tomorrow it might be another syrian territory. trouble loves israel and wants to give her something he should give what is to give not what belongs to someone else he has fifty one states he can give israel want to with them but the golan heights are not his property they are not his to give away now not the entirety of the
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golan heights is de facto under the control of israel there's a small portion of it that is still under damascus is control and i was lucky enough to visit that back last year back in twenty eight scene and really was something of a turnaround moment i think for that part of the golan heights because when i went there it was near weeks after the syrian army and the russian jets liberated that area from the control of i saw there were certain pockets of islamic state there like dane for instance we have heard the opposing views obviously to chance decision from the international community what about israel though surely this is the best outcome that they could have hoped for indeed for israel it is the best outcome but i go out on a limb and say i can name one person who's particularly happened that things are shaping out as they are and that is the prime minister benjamin netanyahu because he's facing elections in
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a couple of weeks and in the run up to these elections he's been embroiled in a massive nasty corruption scandal now that he's thrown effectively these thrown a bone to all those in israel sharing the nationalist ten. he not only has jerusalem recognized by the united states as the capital of israel but also he now has the golan heights. the biggest a backward step since the internet began and one of the darkest hours that's how critics who include whistleblower edward snowden and world wide web founders the tim berners lee are describing a new european law on internet copyright the rules to force tech firms to moderate content before it's published critics warn only the biggest companies like facebook can pay for such huge moderation operations forcing all but the largest tech firms out of business tech giants will also have to pay for media content though some warned they will simply stop posting media content altogether however each e.u.
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member still has to approve the legislation more than five million people have already signed a petition against the moves and mass protests have been held there has also been a huge backlash online. you terms of soup and censorship of the grander scale because backwards to options the internet began this is one of the darkest hours in the history of the town will never forget the law based on the m.p.'s that submitted to them save your internet i'm in complete disbelief you tell me that four million signatures the protest didn't even make an impact so what happens now i'm livid however that is copyright insists everything is fine the adopted text contains numerous provisions that will guarantee the internet remains a space for free expression we listened to the concerns raised the meme the just the snippet are now more protected than ever before we spoke to marie from wiki
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media italy who thinks the law is poorly written unlikely to help authors get paid for their work. what worries me the most about this law this directive is that in reality it isn't going to be an improvement for authors but mainly an attempt to make money the big players like google and facebook aren't taking into consideration the practical consequences of what could happen and thus there's no certainty that authors will make money at all or some articles especially closer to the end of the directive that expand authors rights but having read the whole text i got the feeling that those articles even though present can do little or we should always be aware that in the majority of cases there's a big difference between the author who produces the content and the publisher who has the rights to it the directive says a lot about the publisher and not enough about the author. thank you for choosing
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in a world of big partisan movie 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 bats and shouting past each other that it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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everyone's story is different wants half is different you don't know what's actually going to hit you. like i was pretty comfortable in my life before this happened. earthenware dobbs ferry. got me into this. you know i was a middle child. contrary he was the day. this is some day he was doing to just you know make sure he can money in his pocket. illicit i had to look out for anything but nothing happened to to the bait. i just hope that people can understand that he was a person who didn't deserve to die who didn't deserve to be shot fourteen times.
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