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headlines on international. since the deadly terror attack in a french magazine comes under fire for publishing images of the atrocity. and donald trump is on day two of his visit to paris. to have already overcome some of the key differences. a new video allegedly showing us. islamic state stronghold in syria. operating inside the city the u.s. describes the mission there as quote advise assist and the company. and a thirteen year old palestinian boy has lost his eye after being shot by israeli
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police while reportedly playing on the balcony. here in moscow international a very warm welcome to. this friday marks a year after the deadly tragedy in the french city of nice when a truck was rammed into a crowd leaving dozens. well
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. living in france the attacker was known to police for several violent crimes. just terror tactics direct lone wolves to rent a truck and drive into a crowd. if you will and you will see we are in a new era and friends will have to live with terrorism. the atrocity has seen some of. the latest edition the french magazine paris match is under fire over its coverage of the event and published images showing the
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moment the lorry drove into a crowd celebrating best deal day and magazine said the pictures were meant to inform the public and ensure that the victims were not forgotten by the paris prosecutor cold for the magazine to be removed from sale because of the photos however a cold ruled late on thursday that the magazine doesn't need to withdraw its latest edition and one victim's group has accused the magazine of sensationalism. their own limits we don't need these sharp beecher's to understand the horror of terrorism. look we have a editor in chief over the popular magazine told us that paris match every right to show what happened. i don't think there is reason for a moral outrage obviously people need to know that the french public is allowed to know also the much. basis its readership on the shuttle photos of course they have said leave them that day would never show. right recognized people
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. it will keep the dignity of victims of course act i think it's very good because the public even the press doesn't know now. how this guy came on to do that this only with the struck why shouldn't. much publish these photos date they will respect the dignity of the victims for sure. meanwhile the u.s. president donald trump is wrapping up his two day visit to paris where today he shared will to be a special guest of the best deal day parade despite several previous disagreements with. the two leaders looked like they found common ground on thursday with trump lavishing the country with compliments he said that america's bond with france is unbreakable and that is president is quote great the french first lady also received a compliment from president trouble. comes remarks on a bridge would not cause physical appearance of being called creepy sexist by some
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but also was pointed out the awkwardness of their handshake which appeared to go on for a bit too long. though france received many compliments from trump just a year ago we heard rather different words from the american president. your friends are going to friends there are going to be more they're not going he said i wouldn't go to france france this is no longer france france is no longer france paris is the home of the arabs on thursday though the two leaders appeared on friendly despite their differences on trade and climate and the whole day spent with family was filled with more handshakes more smile.
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the official reception did not start at the palace but at the hotel. which contains the tomb of some of france's greatest war heroes that did not go unnoticed on social media that's where napoleon was laid to rest a figure that some claim is basing his presidency on. another fight against terrorism and relations with russia were among the topics discussed by the two leaders are. reports from paris on what was said. only. we have one main goal which is to eradicate terror no matter who the terrorists are we want to build an inclusive and sustainable political solution against that background or do not require. some meaty discussions on the table between the two
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presidents as they discussed fighting terrorism security and the paris climate accord which donald trump recently said that he was pulling the us out of but despite those heavy topics on the table the first opportunity that the press had to question the president's about their discussions and the question was about russia and more so about president trump and president relationship with president putin given that the three had recently just met at the g. twenty summit in germany one of the great things that came out of that meeting by the way even though some part of the question was the fact that we got a cease fire that now is lasted for i guess mr president almost five days and a few more all of a sudden you're going to have no bullets being fired in syria and that would be a wonderful thing and i think it's important that both of us have direct discussion and contact with the president put it in the current environment in middle east it's and this is the key to work together to exchange information to share these
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agreements and to try to build solutions. it is our two international thanks for joining us so far a new video has emerged showing us helicopters flying over iraq are islamic state stronghold in syria america says its forces are now operating inside russia us about to say we're going to rebel start an operation to retake the city back in november and last month they managed to breach the walls of the old city washington hasn't revealed the number of u.s. soldiers operating in the city but a coalition spokesman earlier said there are quote not hundreds. and also said the u.s. led coalition forces in iraq are more exposed to enemy contact than those in iraq. according to him there in syria on their own devising assisting and accompanying mission you elaborate on the meaning of this by saying american troops are the ones who call in the strikes are to use it jacqueline takes a closer look. by it's this train those are all the tags you always get when the pentagon tries to explain what american soldiers are doing in iraq in three or four
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years and assist training aspect advise and assist in training mission. training equipping. the company and assist train equip and assist in the company and our partners on the ground so let's break down those terms that often fall like a bunch of cliches actually mean very specific things to train and equip that's how it usually begins that's sort of like a boot camp when u.s. instructors provide local forces with arms and train them that approach was taken in theory a while back but didn't prove to be very effective can you tell us what the total number of trained fighters remains we're talking four or five next we have. which is what troops were tasked with doing in mosul and that means more engagement is true that we're operating closer and deeper into the iraqi formations our partners are fighting the enemy and we're supporting them with our advice and assistance we are very close to it if not already in that in that fight and if you
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add a company to the end of advise and assist your friend to an even higher level of involvement by u.s. troops and this is the cost of cation for the u.s. soldiers involved in the assault. interestingly enough those marines firing long range artillery are still regarded as advisors and i think there's a big difference between an authorization of war and sending a few hundred advisors so what the addition of a company to their mission u.s. troops are practically escorting local fighters to rocka well there you have it now the next time you listen to the military officials you can decipher what they really mean. washington d.c. there are enough. u.s. backed forces fighting islamic state in the area among them kurdish units which
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a few days ago were joined by female jazzy fighters they say their most important duty is to save the women enslaved by the jihadists some five thousand years the women are currently being held by ice so they are kept as sex slaves and traded between the militants one girl can be bought and sold numerous times among those captured by the terrorists are girls as young as eight years old and one formal i saw a person who was badly injured by a landmine while trying to escape i associate her harrowing experience i should warn you might find her account upset. they captured me in the village then they took the girls to mosul and the two car mothers and the married women to tell a far and we don't know what happened to them after that the one who took me to rock in syria she was in the rocky and i stayed with him for a month and from there i tried to escape twice but they caught the need both times and they beat me badly and they did dirty things to me after that he sold me to
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another man in mosul then she sold me to one more man from mosul who was a bomb maker she beat me too and she was forcing me to help him in his job making suicide cars and belts but not all women life where i saw militants we spoke to some of their wives who share their stories. so there is no sex jihad everything is just according to the more you go to the city hall and get married and if you have already been married and your husband got killed you just get married to another man. and you know my name is no huda i'm from lebanon i'm twenty years old i met my husband in tripoli life was hard there. and so i got married early i had my first baby at fifteen and the second one a year later then my husband joined
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a salafi group the members of the group introduced him to their ideas of jihad and explained to him that he needs to go to i so he persuaded me that there is nothing bad there and i trusted him as he's wife so it ranged all the documents and join him in syria. my mom told me i have to go back to tunisia as my husband was killed but women here told me why don't you get married a second time her deja there's one disabled man and he's looking for a wife don't you want to get married and i've read. that many men love to use it to girls more than their wives just imagine for example a man gets himself a hasidic girl and as time passes he begins to love her more than his own wife and treats her better and if this is it it converts to islam he will be able to marry
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her marry did get this it means she will become free go wherever she wants she won't be a slave anymore in this case is this clear. and italian coast guard ship has dumped almost five hundred migrants are selling in port we understand forty five women or more than sixty children were among them later police detained five alleged people smugglers meanwhile the italian interior minister during a visit to tripoli proposed a pact with libya to come back human trafficking. we have a moral duty to eliminate this traffic that has caused deaths that has caused extraordinary discomforts in human suffering which today exerts next to ordinary and unacceptable pressure on my country and all of europe meanwhile the united nations is predicting that the. population on the african continent will more than double by twenty fifty according to the findings the combined populations of twenty
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six african nations will expand it by more than a billion to two and a half billion the numbers have potentially dire implications for europe. since the start of this year more than one hundred thousand migrants have crossed from north africa straight to europe georgia of them arrived in italy which recently threatened to start turning away rescue boats and is continuing to urge the rest of the e.u. to start sharing the burden to discuss the issue with political commentator mo answer and austrian activist martin silva. migrant communities muslim communities not just muslim communities all kinds of ethnic minority communities religious majority communities across the world have higher birth rates. two three four five children per family and different regions of the world we see them so we have a problem we have a fiscal structural deficit in europe we have an aging population we have an economic crisis we have economic burdens europe is at the end of civilization this is a end of empires issue and as europe pulls away and turns out to crumble people are
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going to come together they're going to populate these these places if we turn all the tools that society has that are currently being turned against itself for the benefit of human kind that we can have a great civilization of change and that's the hope for the future and that's what people want the problem is i think you are some are living in a liberal leftist liberal universalistic for fairy tale and i think that you are. taking charge lennon's imagine song for actual policy you know the problem is that immigration at multiculturalism europe have utterly failed and everybody knows that and if you look at all the polls all the europeans are we checked in what you are presenting as a feat my main problem is that by using this low words like nazi racist and so on by presenting your wish and of europe apathy to the crumbling empire as a as faith and fact you are very antidemocratic because you want to shut down an open and free debate about if it's even possible if it's even
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a legitimate point in position to say no we don't want immigration done dogs are not based on the lead our nation doesn't relate in fact you say that what i say is not a valid point because it's a faith we have to trust a path think about it and see. while we are being replaced and you just admitted that a replacement is taking place because our demographic lean declines to mark the gravest latham it was a massive immigration will completely change the face of of european of popular opinion populations immigration without as a relation becomes and in and what we're experiencing now is a population replacement in europe that is doing us nothing good what we need to do our three simple steps we need to close our borders and control of borders like every other nation abroad us we need to remake gratian of illegals and we need to create perspectives of place and here completely with my partner that we need to create a future in this perspective in this country is more integration more contribution absolutely and if we deal with the foreign policy issues and we allow this country to stabilize and we stop meddling and interfering in the middle east we will see
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a huge great change but everybody has to focus on their own domestic issues. or the us president donald trump is in paris celebrating bastille day but he's also now being sued in america over government surveillance the story is just around the corner.
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there's a growing backlash against social media and actually the small the most independent the most interesting people particularly young people are actually giving up social media and i think over the next few years we're going to see is that only loses the left them socially. here in moscow thanks for joining us on r.t. international let's get back to one of our top stories for you this hour donald trump's two day visit to paris and joining us live now from the french capital to discuss this is our loyal host. joining us here on international it's interesting so thanks for joining us on the program which means we connect to you make the
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connection for you right now you may have heard in the past twenty four hours or the french president suddenly changing his approach towards removing bashar al assad in syria saying assad does not have to go why do you think. he's suddenly changed his approach. well the thing is that. we the situation is very complicated in syria there is a balance of power that he's. in advantage of mr. assad so now we know that. big influence in this area so it is may be the result of the diplomatic work for russia and the link the new link the existing between russia and the united states of america so we know that for the last five years france as always said that.
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the departure of us was a condition of the peace that now it is very astonishing to see that to have changed. diplomatic considerations and so it is. a kind of victory for the russian diplomacy interesting because the russian president vladimir putin was in paris recently welcomed by the new president emmanuel. in fact after that meeting and came out and made a very vague perhaps forecast about the political future of syria that trump of course trump on day two now and parish that they've both stated that fighting terror is the priority but wasn't that the priority before. yes it was i think i do hope that it was the prairie to be for now by saying this i think this is a good way for them to raise very differences do you know that there is a lot of differences between the. emanuel. the question of the climate
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change things like that so by claiming that. is the priority it's also a way to put in it to put forward. the. from the united states have to deal with now as you well know in recent days. met with in that was at the g. twenty summit last week in germany. is meeting with putin as well and all the while the media has gone well quite bizarre about what's really been going on with behind the closed doors meetings why do you think the journalists have been so intrigued between meetings with the russian president. the question is you know that there was a lot of things that have been say during the french presidential election also during the american presidential election and it has to do with the influence the
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possible influence of russia in internal politics issues in front of the united states but also a way for a journalist to know what is the reality of the new relation between. putin so we have to do with all this consideration and we know that this issue has a lot of consequences in the way the word is. organized by the. states so you are perhaps are suggesting there the russian president vladimir putin has been a in his behind the closed door meetings having some sort of internal political influence with micron and trump as well and as you know trump is now on day two of his visit to paris a special guest at the bastille day parade today as well do you think trump and apparently warm relationship now is a sign of of real common ground being reached. the
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link between france and united states is a very deep and very important link it has historical roots and also interests in common interest. so the thing is that kind of deal a lot of. affairs we've got with the united states we have a problem with our military budget for instance and i think that maybe even the world is waiting from. trump to help him in the military operation in africa for instance so the thinking is that even if we have a lot of differences the basis of the. relation between france and united states is too deeply involved to change it for a few issues in which for which we all know. we don't we don't fire agreement
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between those two countries lawyer joining us live here on r.t. international many thanks indeed for your time today thank you. three gunmen were killed by israeli forces during a shootout in east jerusalem this morning two bystanders were critically wounded in the attack for more now we can cross live to journalist anna reitman standing by for us in tel aviv and i can you tell us please what exactly happened. to israelis have been critically injured in a shooting jerusalem's old city three israeli males identified as policemen in their thirty's were injured two of them critically and one was lightly injured in israeli spokesman said that the three assailants were killed after they fled to the temple mount and they have been identified as residents of which is near the port city of haifa. a disturbing footage has emerged of the incident and security
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officials are trying to determine how the weapons managed to get into the area and how the assailants managed to get the weapons this included a handgun two rifles and a knife there are media reports that the three assail. had actually posted a shared selfie on social media before the attack and they captioned tomorrow our smile will be sweeter it is the second attack at jerusalem's old city within the last month but it's been seventeen years since the temple mount has been closed for friday's prayers which has been done for security reasons the prime minister's office stressed that despite the closure of the temple mount the status quo will be preserved otherwise. i've heard reports that hundreds of palestinians are trying to get to the old city of jerusalem and there are concerns that there will be demonstrations all right journalist anna reitman from tel aviv thank you.
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now this is not the first violent incident in east jerusalem just this week in fact a palestinian boy lost his eye after being shot at by israeli police the thirteen year old was playing on the balcony of his home when security forces opened fire in response to a nearby domestic disturbance. the let. me. tell. you. about an israeli soldiers came and started shooting in the air to the left to the right said the houses my son said let's go inside a small safe there and as they were coming in the bullet hit my son's lying face who loved playing football he had loads of hobbies now he's asking me all the time can i do this can i do that we can show you video of the police response in east jerusalem during which the boy was injured we called the police to get their view on the incident and here's what they told us. as police arrived in the area there were stones and objects thrown at them the units responded by using non-lethal
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weapons later in the night a local resident was taken to hospital with an injury these are some of the non-lethal weapons the police have been using of recent years i want to know just shot dead by this kind of ammunition in twenty fourteen and. twelve people have lost an eye all right up next to an international we zoom in on the relationship between germany and america. you don't leave universal basic income when you have an economy around the world that rewards imagination and monetizes free thought free thought free movement of capital and all those intermediary forces go out of business a lot of bankers lose their jobs a lot of politicians lose their job the nation state collapses as we know it and people are as free as their money because right now money is a lot freer than people.
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fifty years ago the american naval vessel u.s.s. liberty was brutally attacked by israeli forces the attack on the liberty was one of the worst insults commuted by an allied country since then the survivors of this unprovoked attack have been seeking justice. to. get it. on top. of. the observed events of the post few years and asked myself several times what's going on in my native germany. millions of refugees.


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