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tv   Worlds Apart  RT  September 2, 2018 2:30am-3:01am EDT

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i don't want people to think that we say the wrong things despite being shamed as nazis by the media and politicians are right and far right movements are still winning people over in this once liberal nordic state but these parties are showing they will confront current migrant policies head on the need for better or worse. greater notion our t. is reporting from sweden. the us has declassified nearly six hundred pages of private conversations between former american and russian presidents bill clinton and boris yeltsin it took place between one thousand nine hundred three in one thousand nine hundred nine when yeltsin left office white inclusion nato expansion and the future russian president vladimir putin were among the many topics they discussed in your correspondent. comments now that we're at rock bottom in terms of relations between russia and the us it's bad now we pine for what they were back when presidents could talk frankly joke
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laugh heck even collude for elections bill for my election campaign i urgently need for russia alone of two point five billion dollars i'll check on this with the i.m.f. and with some of our friends and see what can be done those were the days when you could funnel billions to get your pals reelected real friendship right there clinton even helped yeltsin with a heart operation their wives now in the yeltsin and hillary clinton visited each other shopped together unfortunately it wasn't very equal friendship nine hundred ninety six the united states was strong russia was in its knees crime corruption stagnation it seemed to get the rule or end of every deal. it remains a mistake for nato to move eastward nuclear and conventional arms cannot move
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eastward into new members to the borders of russia i've told you no one is talking about a massive all out accelerated expansion two years later nearly a dozen european states were invited to join nato the czech republic hungry poland bulgaria is still with latvia lithuania romania slovakia slovenia so yeltsin tried everything he even begged them. let us have a verbal gentleman's agreement we would not write it down in the statement but no former soviet republics would enter nato i cannot sign any agreement without such language especially ukraine consider what a terrible message it would be were still organized against russia but there's a line across which we won't go pleading didn't work so we'll turn tried warnings russia will pull out of the agreement and consider it now and void i know what
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a terrible problem this is for you but i can't make the specific commitment you're asking for not even complaints could get through. you are conducting naval maneuvers near crimea it is as if we are training people in cuba how would you feel it's unacceptable to us the spite of all that they remained friends even joke together three months of the pre-election races taken its toll i feel somewhat tired i saw the picture of you dancing with the girls in the band and you looked wonderful i'm disappointed that no one sets up events like that for me in my campaign they were frank so frank in fact that they're generals would get a little nervous they discussed ditching their nuclear briefcases what if we were to agree giving up having to have our finger next to the button all the time perhaps we could agree that it's not necessary for us to carry the chima down schick well i'll have to think about this all we carry of course are the codes in
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the secure phone yes you and i are the only leaders you have to do this mr president given the responsibility of your office and president yeltsin's it makes more sense for the two of you to have these devices with you at all times it was simpler in those days the world was younger and no one knew what the future held for example would the united states pull out the viewer up. the u.s. is not in europe europe should be the business of europeans russia is half european and half asian so you want asia to sure sure bill eventually will have to agree on all of this i don't think the europeans would like this very much not all but i'm a european moscow is in europe and i like it you can take all the other states and provide security to them i would take europe and provide them security well not i russia will bill i'm serious give your up to europe itself europe never felt as
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close to russia as it does now good days good friends and then yeltsin just up then left leaving behind a successor that clinton was sure he'd get along with shortly you will have a meeting with mr putin i would like to tell you about him so you will know what kind of man he is he is a solid man who is kept well abreast of various subjects under his purview and he can easily have good relations and contact with people who are his partners who will win the election boots and of course he's a democrat and he knows the west he's very smart he's tough he has an internal ramrods and he will when you do business together strange to think that most of the issues problems they discussed in those days are still the main themes of today nato expansion encroachments european security trade and low ones what's changed is that russia's grown up turns out it's much harder being friends when you're more
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equal. a passenger jet overshot the runway and caught fire in southern russia in the early hours of saturday leaving eighteen people injured including three children the boeing plane operated by air airlines was unable to land for more than half an hour due to adverse weather conditions out source airport when it finally touched down the plane skidded off the runway and into. a riverbed or does he wished on earth in sochi with more a modification of a boeing seven three seven operated by you it's a major russian airline mostly focusing on domestic flights will it make to a landing attempt here in the airport of sorts you the first one was apparently hampered by the strong winds as you see it is all nice and sunny right now but if there was a vicious thunderstorm here downpour of rain and lightning bolts were going off literally every few seconds so the landing conditions were nowhere near good or
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perfect in that sense on the second attempt when the aircraft finally did touch the landing strip that was when things didn't go where they should have to basically the aircraft rolled past the end of the runway the pilots couldn't bring it to a stop one of these should have plunged into a river caught fire on one of the engines or one of the wings of the left wing is reported to have been completely burnt down now it is somewhat of a miracle i should say that there were no casualties when it comes to the people on board of the plane and there was one death though and that is one of the airports workers apparently the man was one of the first responders on the scene of the crash and he was trying to help people get out of the burning plane and the word is his heart just couldn't really take it apparently he died of a heart attack on site so what is happening now of course the investigators are looking into what caused the would cause the tragic with the tragedy was it the
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weather or was there a human factor involved too also with the russian transportation authority will be investigating looking into how the airline is operating and how the airports here in salt use operating but so far of course the most important thing is that nobody on board of that plane died. there is now a call for webber retail john. amazon to be taxed to make up for low wages and poor working conditions of its staff in the united states senator bernie sanders says some employees at the nine hundred billion dollars company are paid so little that they qualify for food stamps artie's merican has been. the story of the american leftist movement bernie sanders is at war with amazon the world's largest online retailer accusing the company of not treating its workers sparely it is important to take a look at the power and influence but the answer is that all over this country
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amazon employees are paid wages so low that they are having a real hard time getting bar they are forced to pay and upon pacs play upon the programs and you know who pays for those programs. this isn't just empty rhetoric either sanders announced that he'd be introducing legislation that would require these big corporations to cover all federal benefits their employees receive from the government like food stamps and public housing if they can't pay them a living wage he's also encouraging amazon employees to speak out one former employee claims she was forced to work with an injured foot was like a something there was a loud crack i really feel it was an injury she really we don't see anything wrong here so it's not stolen or anything just goes to it just so the students apply to you through fish your shift it's either finish your shoes. cliff face at one time however amazon c.e.o. jeff bezos presented himself as an employer who truly cared about his employees and
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the environment they were working at i'm very proud of the culture that we have with him so if you're giving great customer experience. there's the only way to do that is with happy people and now amazon has issued a response to sandra's criticism something that doesn't happen very often urging employees to write to the senator and prove him wrong senator sanders continues to make inaccurate and misleading accusations against amazon we are encouraging all employees to take senator sanders up on his request and respond with their actual experience some did respond positively to the senator's tweets but that didn't change his mind he called on amazon to publish info on the number of employees it hires along without. really wages and benefits amazon says its median salary in the us is just over thirty four thousand dollars around what jeff bezos makes every ten seconds now imagine how much money he's made in the time i've taken to report this story. on to syria now where the russian defense ministry says
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a terrorist attack on the ancient city of palmira has been thwarted ministry said it had information that the militants two of whom were killed in a shootout with government troops in a town thirty six kilometers to the east were trained by instructors from the u.s. and that comes on the back of the united states the secretary of state accusing russia and president assad of escalating the syrian conflict might pompei o also said civilians that were there would bear the brunt of the offensive against terror groups or to spoke to the syrian foreign minister about the fight against joe hottest in his country. first of all the international community should recognize that broadband is a syrian territory and this syrian government must regain full control of it secondly as president assad said. it live by that peacefully which we prefer or use in the military thirdly it is clear that that is listed as
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a terrorist organization by the united nations to protect. have opened and humanitarian corridor it has been open for two weeks and we have already received hundreds so families on these bases and i can say that if military action is considered necessary it will be only. that those groups who are in favor of a settlement deal should voice their position and me their commitments in terms of for reconciliation. has been a haven for rebels and their families evacuated from areas retaken by the government almost three million people currently live in the province and the tense situation there has led to the west and russia exchanging strong rhetoric after the u.s. and its european allies warned syria against using chemical weapons in italy. these
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people to whom we should syrian armed forces have no chemical weapons and no plans to use them there is no military necessity for it it is notion that to the russians to a set that the syrians have no chemical weapons sensible people will not be used militarily useless means to draw the fire of three powerful countries upon themselves the russians are claiming now and this one other groups are stockpiling chemical weapons and planning an attack and you know i think that is more false flag type reporting time going to be as is enough for when you try to play the blame they try to put the onus on other groups and we don't buy into that. the chemical weapons provoke asian which is being prepared is aimed at keeping them we believe these egotistical unilateral political games that counterproductive. all right investigative journalist rick sterling says western nations don't want to see the highly trained foreign terrorists in syria returning to their home countries
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elements within the united states and nato for that matter want to prolong the conflict they basically want the syrian government to let the terrorists stay and it looked province we can just imagine what might prompt a a would say if there were thousands of terrorists in oregon and washington states in the united states they wouldn't have any patience at all for that the situation is complicated right now it's difficult because there are thousands of foreign fighters there these are trained terrorists with a lot of battle experience and they've been supported by the west they've been supported by the gulf by including including turkey turkey and none of the countries that have supported the terrorists want them to come back to their own their own countries of course and it's kind of hypocritical for my pump aoe to criticize syria for trying to expel terrorists from its own its own territory. all right that does it for me i will be back what say and thirty five minutes of the
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a small town in north dakota was an unemployment rate of zero percent like gold rush is very very similar to a gold rush but this beautiful story ended with pollution and devastation a lot of people have left here i don't know too many people here and just slow down for much they lost their jobs got laid off the american dream is changing that's not what it used to be. and it's a tough reality and. this is the coaxes bazaar neighborhood in bangladesh just recently this land was a rain forest but now there are refugee camps. elephants are a problem then tank refugees either out of range of fear they can find the ancient
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my great tree roots among the sea of tents. in the last twelve months twelve men have been trampled to death by elephants however the elephants will have to retreat to outnumber by about nine hundred thousand refugees in the coxes bazaar camps around six hundred thirty people have might. great to hear from my an ma in the last two years alone. and. yet didn't that i've been madea be that hour tonight out in about a body that i did a. little bit about that i got out of it again a bit of
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a focus of what. you thought about it. last time i planned it out that i. am i was done i said i'm a little bit of that it would be taking. any. kind of ha ha ha ha the little guy does a little. bit and now they're going to be like y'all better than me and if you. didn't know that you the rainy season is coming on the refugees tennis will be washed away by mudflows unless they're resettled closer to the jungle bank to my and i don't want my. thought i. wanted one but. now that i'm good i like what i got out of it i thought it would. come out of my family i'm not a lot i want to get a little younger. on one of those i have neither did my mom or not i
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had mine i am a little amount of them i don't want to look at. the world now knows about the massacre in iraq he is states in the village of tula totally. bedroom is only thirty but she already feels like an almost woman and her body is scarred with bunsen wounds how she and her daughter the only survivor among three children managed to reach bangladesh. she. would love been located in a book but then did a lot of the what on earth would it be. put in there wait a minute it will blow to the moon the minute had a good regatta what other end would your motto on i want i want a boy i should out a little harder than i thought i was a thought you know i don't like get one foot on it on a satellite i mean they let me go along it in the model sort of like a googles yes you got a good ear good out of them but i found i was a little worried but i knew if i would willingly write about i knew what it was i
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am out of i never dreamed that i moved in with a mighty mighty one i. bought a boat and all said i would have gone to the monomer datable but i declare in the heart of the wall that idea that i had it i bet on that i would have got to god what about a thousand eight hundred more i was kind of got the file i got because then i got caught him by them and up my own my head a lot i got him out of town he died and got a fine i ask god the father will. go to london what i did what i was at the well i ad the what i will suggest someone on my shoulder on account of what i do what i am . got a bottle budget there were the whole of my dealing. will buy them by the ear and out of hand with how good a mother was and how. do you know this will not only ally with the hunger how to fill out a hog and all who got the tail but i will have it and i hung by the one of the our governor would want to mother a lot of other than i get. and that on monday i got one and i wouldn't wanna bother
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. you one thought of hubble's at the wash i think. i'm going to give us a vote on how that ought to other than. a lot of the magic lot odds on that of out of. a room with a budget of out of a party. or to give other good. but it ended in what i thought of on the line i wonder what i did and i think. the minute you get. to that little bit on it i think i want to do that. not to put it but it would mean to you tell me if you can. believe that we. might want to. go there to look for that is going to. come up that i think a lot of them do not only know about side the side of us little i think it is the dangerous i'm going just scientists you get border and some good but it has to have
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that they've managed to bury a man to. their draws the border. to show us and the south glenn they include the fellow bottom of my case i don't want anybody of them on account of. a lot of money but i'm not i'm a little like a mad to get out there looking for i don't want to. get. out of mother. was a little bored out of a little boy. my own mother doesn't recognize the role hinge of genocide or even wrote in jazz in this city the word itself is under attack and. simply called muslims or terrorists and. we're trying to arrange an interview with the only son sochi the state council of mind ma a nobel peace prize laureate. in reply to our interview request we received an invitation to join the media. and even though we understood we just had the
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official position of the authorities it was the only way to film at least something and rockiness stayed close to journalists back then. you know. you see. if it's your mom and the other countries. gold of friendship brits so be returning to earth well come from various. earth. not. the official line is that the a tank's against muslim villages were an anti terrorist operation in response to the. bluff that when the little. footnote. the prophecy.
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in august twenty seventh seen in just one day killed ninety nine hindus and buddhists in russian state into a child the asian the mayan mommy carried out an ethnic cleansing operation they wiped out roy hinge of villages forcing people to flee to bangladesh. the congress state used to be a separate kingdom you had vote was slums and bloodless living day that kingdom not for a kind was conquered by the burman kingdom the boundaries really drawn out of there a kind came down became bangladesh and the item came out of nam mom off the independence the constitution said all people within the boundary all. citizens so you could claim that there are two way and your mom became to the.
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young way some of them as far as president it wasn't mine mom back then had to flee the country with his family it was after the military coup and the death of his father in prison under unclear circumstances. before the coup. we were on top of the. presidents family ruling. after the cool people were scared to talk to us in case the military came for them as well. and didn't think i would get involved in politics again when the people of burma started demonstrating against the military in one nine hundred eighty eight i decided i should get involved at that time city also rose to prominence i worked with husband to try to free her i supported her
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for the last twenty thirty years. but when she was released from. house arrest and i was invited back into the country she. was too busy to meet with me if you. have extra yes you will. have. to take. and. i was the middleman i was trying to bring different groups and the government together we are supporting the. need is on the offices of ten different armies it may sound funny but in myanmar that at least twenty one different fighting the government when there is a clash the liaison officers are the ones who will intervene right away to make
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sure that the unintended tasha's do not become big battles so in that way we are helping to keep the peace however in twenty seventeen in a way it wasn't alone to intervene in the row hinges situation his visa was revoked without any explanations given returning to the my in my media on those rare occasions when we were alone. to leave the boss we only met people willing to back up the authorities story. damage you were doing to me to be fair to really get a list of. them for me to. move. to new gear don't go below list will. do up to quote there. is no. dog for the matter that the records of the board were in with him with them as with your. disease hindu goals were brought to meet
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us and mentioned today they were kidnapped by muslim fighters who killed their families and took them to bangladesh by force. now. but nothing. like fashion that allowed by law allows only not that want and that is not. only certain limited india is good it is. not the land without. pulling out that it has nothing to get very. heated in august. take. the myanmar government.


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