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the stories. fifty people killed in a tyrant. who made a white supremacist. with murder in connection with a mass shooting. and simple murder. after weeks of political. votes to.
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thank. protesters. police response. here on l.t. international live from moscow studio with me welcome to the program. new zealand was rocked by terror on friday when a gunman killed fifty people at two mosques in the city of christchurch dozens of others were injured a man has been charged with one count of murder in connection with the attack the suspect is thought to have posted a white supremacist manifesto online. yeah
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. yeah. yeah i. think it was i. was. just the monument national army camps in all my world oh my god remember them enough it was fun it was a good friday the fun for the better was just to sleep in sevens. first reports of the shooting at the al normal came at one forty pm local time
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minutes later reports came in of a second attack on a mosque five kilometers away the country's prime minister described what happened as one of new zealand's darkest days medina caution of reports. the deadliest terror attack a new zealand's history the attack was so brutal it resembled a video game. this is one of new zealand's darkest days. the gunman was a live streaming the attack from had to mounted camera that atrocity lasted for
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almost twenty minutes the footage showed him firing from close range it was the lead to it's only after some time but the video has already spread far and wide social media giants phase book and twitter are now under a scrutiny for their failure to stop the extremists material or their facebook twitter you tube and other providers have taken action to remove the video and other propaganda related to the attack the government has been clear that all companies need to act more quickly to remove terrorist content there should be no safe spaces for terrorists to promote and share their extreme views and breaded lies others there were also pictures of the guns he posted on twitter the firearms to what we call verge with anti islamic slogans and various languages his account has been blocked since then but what made this young australian kill. all these people in cold blood so new zealand's wilds he assumes to have plenty attack
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carefully at least that's according to the documents a sort of a manifesto that appeared on line several hours prior to the attack and believed to be linked to the attacker and now a lengthy document he identifies himself as a fascist and he carried out the attack to save all the europeans from nonwhite and later new zealand wasn't his first choice but it sure was his last enough to show that there are no safe places and the world we new zealand. we were not a target because we are a safe harbor for those who hate. we were not chosen for the sake of violence because we can darn racism because we are an enclave for extremism. we would chosen for the very fact that we are none of these things we discuss the terror attack with political and social commentator and middle east expert. i
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think this shouldn't be that much of a surprise that in fact this attack reminds me of the good talk which was carried out by the norwegian brevik who carried out a similar attack if you recall in norway going to immigrants and also against the muslims one fortunately we do have. what we call white supremacy terrorism that's right that i think is the correct or accurate name a more accurate description which we should give to you know this whole hateful ideology and we do need to drain the swamp and we do need to go off these people who allow these far right groups to in complicity grow and get funding. to spread who are the ones who support them where does the money go we need to follow the money we need to find out how these groups are allowed to thrive because it is a real problem now for more on the ramifications of what happened in new zealand
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head to our web site r.t. dot com. thanks. live. now to the french capital where the latest yella best rallies descended into vandalism and looting protests the eighteenth of its kind in consecutive weekends was met with a heavy police response was at the center of the unrest. thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you.
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the situation here on the city's is getting increasingly violent the demonstrators have been using cos foxholes they've been using firecrackers and they've also been destroying a number of buildings is a bank in a side street that has burned down and a number of kiosks have also been completely destroyed and for that reason we have been ambulances coming in my mouth and also a number of fire brigades to come and put the fire thank you thank you thank god this is the eighteenth come sick it if we have to speed this year both are to cast is raby way he continues and we've got the chemist is that all being so not us at the same time with the protesters that all french on the bus . as he talked to t. om thank you there does seem to be
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a little heavy police presence today with protests. this is really the ultimatum that they giving the crown to step down. the protests are getting more and more violent and things continue to be burnt over here further by police who are just in front of us so we caught between the riot police and the protesters so. we're just going to move down a little bit but could pass in flames. thank the country's interior minister saying that they be there about one and a half thousand of these protesters who are here just to cause damage and just to cause violence so he these are the most violent scenes we've seen in paris in recent weeks but it's reminiscent of the chaos the frustration and the anger against president maccollins government.
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thanks people are still out on the streets they've been here since early this morning and that's a gospel that's been thrown the scenes continue to unfold and this despite the fact that the great debate which the french president mccrone initiated ended yesterday more than seventy percent of french saying that they believe that it is simply a waste of time the french president certainly will continue to struggle to contain this anger on the streets of paris policia r.t. paris. u.k. parliament again hit gridlock over bribes it with m.p.'s instructing the prime minister to seek a deadline extension from europe this is the breaks in process well reverend. going all no no no no no no every two weeks we come around on the merry go round we
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make the same speech all over again and still ride our own hobbyhorses. we have a responsibility to end the on the certainty for all our constituents. to be beautiful ok and do you know remains that the u.k. would leave the e.u. without a deal. lest something else isn't predicted this is a waste of time in the waste of time for all trying to deal is dead it cannot be resurrected she has bludgeoned does blood coming through without bringing food deal the country's being misled and now the plan is prematurely.
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the third so called a meaningful vote brags that deal will take place next week if m.p.'s rejected she asked brussels for a long deadline extension potentially lasting years depending on the reaction back home that it could trigger a general election or a second referendum but if m.p.'s past may's deal she last bus for the for a short extension until. in the thirty if no extension is granted or no deal is agreed in whatever time frame is adopted the u.k. could crash out of the block we got reaction to the latest developments from. the
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government have made the biggest mess in history the prime minister's utterly incompetent she should never have had the job she got there by accident and she just led from one catastrophe to the next she lied to the public when she stood for office she said she was going to give them breaks it she's trying to do everything to prevent it if we end up having to stay beyond a certain period we have to take part in the european elections then what you're good to see is seventy three nigel for raj use returned to the european parliament you've got to ask yourself whether this is a complete and utter incompetence or whether there's a plan on that and i've always said we are really find out until the twenty ninth of march i think this is my is completely incompetent but if she's carrying out somebody else's plan it was squeaky bum time in the parliament and i can hear the squeaks from here across the river what does britain do next ask for an extension how long one month two months what will change in the one month two months the e.u.
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i've already said there's no for those negotiations possible so it's likely that something dramatic has to be done to break this logjam and my money is now on a general election and you can name prize has sent albanians capital left several people injured on saturday or bring you that story and more in just a minute. so
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race in this spear in dramatic development that only going to exist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical. to sit down and talk. welcome back to the program human rights watch has released a damning report exposing torture and abuse of youngsters suspected of having links
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to islamic state in iraq the group says iraqi and kurdish authorities routinely for suspects some as young as fourteen to confess using harsh methods the report features a number of first hand accounts. shot. to mean a shot i mean. by. three. in order to try to liberate you could outrage about the obama. at the border. what mr udell job what i just saw just had just. enough that i messed it up a lot and. much much. better when.
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the report describes the kind of torture to which the detainees and i could be subjected to among the methods said to be used by kurdistan regional authorities beatings with plastic pipes and electric cables as well as the use of electric shocks and stress positions. according to human rights watch at the end of last year iraqi and kurdish authorities were holding some fifteen hundred children of that alleged affiliation with myself at least one hundred eighty five foreign children have been convicted on terrorism charges and sentenced to prison terms we heard from one of the people behind the report. iraqi authorities or no vote or abuse from the. kurdish have charged hundreds of minors here is because of their resume belonging to other islamic states these prosecutions very often rely on. you know.
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because they are based on confessions that were tortured out of the kids. children are not considered combatants who are trying just about and that it is not fair that should be the international. law is very clear considers that children. should be considered first and foremost i think we need rehabilitation and reintegration into society rather than prison. we recommended the government the iraqi government and purchase orders to immediately free all those guess who have not committed the crime of those who are suspected of having committed crimes and other violent actions well sure they should be tried but they should be tried accordingly to international rules and compelled to minors in all cases we recommend strongly that there is no practice of
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torture anymore and that investigations are open jew or hold all the drills accountable these are the recondition that we have addressed to the kurdish and the iraqi government and we are to expect to get answers. we're waiting comment on the allegations from the iraqi government the country's counterterrorism analysts do provide for the detention and trial of anyone involved with i thought that applies even if they've not committed filing crimes and only played support roles for example working as cooks or in hospitals. several people were injured during antigovernment protests in albania the capital toronto on saturday police used tear gas and water cannons to disperse the crowd. i. the rally was organized by the country's opposition coalition police responded
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when protesters tried to break into the country's parliament and hold stones at riot demonstrators allege the current albanian government is corrupt and has links to the criminal underworld. opposition protesters stormed a t.v. station in the capital belgrade on saturday they were met by a head levite police response. i. was. among the protesters were several opposition leaders including the head of the right wing and very party they stormed the news room and demanded to speak live on air however instead they were driven from the building the incident follows the ongoing run of five million coconuts which were triggered an attack on an
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opposition leader in november last year. so it's spacecraft has successfully docked with the international space station it was carrying three crew members nasa astronauts nick cage and christina call her as well as a russian cosmonaut a legacy of genetic often in hague were part of a mission to the i assess that was aborted mid flight i cannot last year they were warmly welcomed aboard by joining three other crew members of the i s s r t s maria witnessed the action. ok. you can see the fifty ninth expectation to the international space station starts oh my goodness look at. the rocket in the skies again international crew onboard russia's black sea of cheating and two nasa astronauts take
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a guy and christina colgan here people who have gathered here from all around the globe to witness the launch of loading because that was spectacular as you remember their previous mission in october didn't go well it was aborted made flight due to technical problems and just minutes soft of the lift all for both sneak and aleksei had to return to earth and went into. this is where they were or who think perhaps to touch down some five hundred to one of those from the launch pad most of the of this way to would mean they've lost on populated lending very aloof a keen and nikkei glenda on harm on whom you've given that they tried with a gift to the woman president he believed to be sent many times for war than the
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force of gravity qualify on the ground no one was hurt either you want me there single shapard obama until all people within the fair we have never mind a power for us really can't hooley think murtha they say grow flowers bring me flowers here on because i found that as well as wrong with what would praise for the emergency system. it is very emotional moment for everybody involved earlier i've had a chance to talk. some of these enthusiastic tourists let's take a listen to the quiz that we can see such an event only once in your lifetime one cannot miss it it's a great occasion it's very interesting and it's a huge step into space for all of the country we came last year in october to see the space launch it is now is a wonderful experience but they got up didn't get all the way up into space it was
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an aborted mission so we just got their mind it came back again this is been a. dream of mine since i was five years old and to watch a rocket go off and to come here which is the birthplace of a russian space the russian space program for me is some emotional there is no longstanding celebration but it is just a long long standing jury of the round up of the top stories the last seven days and the latest up to date on the weekly i'll be back with more in around thirty minutes but first time for a documentary called a plastic surgery coca-cola to create.
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after the previous stage of my career was over everyone wondered what i was going to do next that hope the ball different clubs on one hand it is logical to sit in the home field where everything is familiar on the other i wanted a new challenge and a fresh perspective i'm used to surprising people and i saw what not to be. i'm going to talk about football not the moral thing to think i was going to go. by the way ways that that's like here. during the great depression which are old enough to remember there was most of my family were unemployed working class there wasn't it was bed you know much worse objectively than today but there was an expectation that things were going to get better. there was a real sense of hopefulness there isn't today today's america where shape by the
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turn principles of concentration of wealth and power. reduced democracy attack solo down engineer elections manufacture consent and other principles according to no on chomsky one set of rules for the rich opposite. that's what happens when you put her into the hands of a narrow sector of wilf which will is dedicated to increasing power for chills just as you'd expect one of the most influential intellectuals of our time speaks about the modern civilization of america. the internet has no bill for security so we have to take it to a different level and we have to take the new value of. this five g. level when you can embed security security is an industry and the security has all
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they need to expose the fears and all they can devise is so that people get afraid and they've figured they should know we have to come up with new infrastructure this is very important to start thinking positively about the new tools to build a new system. new. film begins in hawaii in the middle of the pacific ocean in spite of the island's remote location it is also foreman that day and to the epidemic of the twentieth century plastic. in the. plastic pollution is littering beaches and
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endangering certain species of animals no matter how remote or out of reach. but. in this elaborate tree in the north of the occupied ago scientists study marine animals not plastic at least in theory. no idea what that is. that it's certainly plastic. jessica peril man is a biologist accustomed to finding plastic in fish stomachs she has started a very unique connection to casually often plastic bags. and this has all of the stomach when i found it had no idea what it wasn't all that it just. how did you react when i'm this installment. i was shocked i started documenting it
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measuring it taking photos showing whoever else was around in the lab and we were kind of. we were just shocked to think that these fish are are really ingesting this i mean. to her disbelief the scientists has found plastic in a non likely specimen known as the long fish. the young was not expecting such a surprising discovery when she began this species. fish live at a depth of about two hundred to four hundred meters and they're clearly coming in contact with plastic and it appears that plastic is truly a deeper problem and that. even swimming at these depths fish manages to swallow tribute plastic objects. i mean occasionally you might find
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a brand name such as this. bottle label and what is this so this is a label from a water bottle dishonor bottle clearly and found amongst the. design design is a pretty well known. bottled water company. you know finding finding a label such as this in the stomachs makes it that easy to determine where you know where it may have originated. this is always more to use than just what you see. is just water in the bottle. in front. of the world's best selling. brands. and if you're not familiar with you will certainly know the name of the group behind it the coca-cola company.


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