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i. i. i. i. european leaders in brussels agree only with through all terms for brakes it though the deal now faces an uphill struggle in a deeply divided parliament. i. and the stories that shape the week here in r.t. demonstrations across france culminating with violence in streets of paris where to gas a mortar cannon were deployed to. grab a bit of difficulty opening my eyes right now and that's because we've just been in
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the midst of all of this tear gas. and flying high for twenty years the international space station celebrates two decades of pioneering research we go behind the scenes and take a look at its achievements. follow the welcome the latest developments and look back at what's been happening over the last seven days to you watch the weekly here on r.t. international. now european leaders have agreed to a brics draw deal with the u.k.'s prime minister theresa may be agreement now goes to the british parliament where it faces an uphill struggle to get approval with as well as the nation as a whole still deeply divided so let's get more information on this now from our correspondent in london and see chalk on a good morning to nastia trees i'm a presenting this is good news but as we know this still
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a long way to go isn't that before any of this could become reality. absolutely andrew this is largely seen as the quiet before the storm of course for theresa may and her in you counterparts this could be seen as a massive check mark over our really signify the torturers two years of negotiations that took place up until this moment as far as twenty seven e.u. member state leaders arrive and brussels this sunday to rubber stamp this agreement between the u.k. and the european union however many see this as just a tiny step before the trouble comes again back home here in the u.k. now we do know that the documents in question today in brussels were an almost six hundred page legally binding agreement as well as more of a political declaration that's not legally binding we do know that the e.u. leaders have indorsed those documents.
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because this is the best students most of. them so. agreement. with the. united kingdom for europe the agreement we've reached follows the truce of the british people as you know this is neither a day of celebration nor dave nooning it's the choice of a sovereign people it's a moment i believe of usage one we must respect collectively of unity and responsibility you know while of course things in brussels have gone over so far quite smoothly the biggest headache for tourism a lies back at home she has published most recently an open letter to the british public seen as a plea for them to support her and her bracks endeavors asking for the british public to back her given that the people here in the u.k. have not necessarily been so reassured given the political turmoil that has ensued
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over the whole period of bracks negotiations and of course the toughest of her. little to overcome is going to be what is going to be happening at the house of commons because this is where that agreement is now going to be traveling and of course we know that many m.p.'s have described that they're not happy with the deal that they don't want to back this deal for weeks on and there have been there has been conversation about a possible vote of no confidence so that's something that continues to be a concern with members of her own party saying they're not happy with the way things stand now and with the way to recently has handled this whole process and of course prominent figures from the political establishment here in westminster have really left and resigned in defiance of teresa mayes handling of brecht's it so while this is sort of seen as a one hurdle that is now over they have reached an agreement the e.u. leaders have signed up for it but the problem is going to be whether or not theresa may is going to be able to push this through back here in westminster the big
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questions remain about whether if m.p.'s don't back this deal or no deal bracks it could still happen whether she could be forced to step down whether there could be a new election and whether all of this could in fact just end up at square one so lots of questions still and all of those things we're going to be watching moving forward a little to be decided ok thank you natalie that was a tease and see children are there in london. france has been hit by a week of angry demonstrations against a hike in fuel prices led by people wearing bright yellow vests around eighty thousand protesters vented their anger on saturday nationwide with violence flaring up in paris gas water cannon and fires created scenes of chaos well throughout the week shouted to been skiing has been traveling across the country including to paris where she got caught up in the commotion. because as you can see behind me there are a group of around
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a hundred yellow vests wearers these are trying to block a druid's or roundabouts like this this is one of the main arteries that would go from blue on all the way to paris and what they're saying is that president might call a said lots of things he said he's going to come into power he's going to make reforms he's going to change the french economy for the better but the people here say there is no magic formula and so for mccall hasn't brought in a magic formula it's not about politics we're all equal and we're all here against the french government is clear to everybody since mccrum became president prices have increased food fuel it's all gone up we don't want them anymore and we want to change the system. it's getting a little rowdy no as you can see the yellow vests protesters have taken over this intersection no roads they are now completely in control of it and trying to stop the traffic. that's right
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a street to the entrance of the earlies a parent's eyes you can see gas is being fired by the police that's as the protesters were trying to enter into that street to get closer seriously ellie's a perilous. oh. the i have a bit of difficulty opening my eyes right now and that's because we've just been in the midst of all of this tear gas as you can see eyes red is really hard to open them and at the moment they are just a burning uncontrollably. the police are coming we're having to move now because we're all being pushed up the
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street seems to the two gas knew to protest this it really is absolutely crazy here on the streets of paris. thank god this is a road just off the arc de triomphe and as you can see here we've got some of the stooges they've become infamous in paris of late they're burning here this is one of the barricades have been put in place. thank you. it just seems that people now all hugely angry at the situation and the fact that the president is still refused to meet them to discuss the problems in this country. charted reporting that one hundred thirty protesters were detained across the country on saturday forty two of them in paris nineteen people were injured including four officers the french president manu macro strongly condemned by. thanks to our law
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enforcers for their courage and professionalism shame on those who attacked them shame on those who have abused other citizens and journalists shame on those who try to intimidate elected officials there is no room for this violence in the republic. now another news this week rush's malign influence reaches even as far as children's entertainment apparently at least if some western media are to be believed they accuse a globally acclaimed russian t.v. cartoon series of being designed to sway young minds jacqueline bigger has more. and that little sweetheart was matia from the cartoon in the bear originally russian the series has been translated into dozens of languages and won the hearts of millions across the globe but it turns out there may be a sinister side to the enduring little girl and her protective pet decent trying to
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. see now what russia has forgotten to mention there is that some cartoons are in fact evil putin propaganda yep according to a times u.k. article moshe is just another putin pop it is funny steep. but also a plucky she punches a bunch of weight is no fun face to see. but it seemed to be particularly worried about one scene and a single episode or moshe's seen wearing a soviet border guards hat. apparently that's meant to be a statement on russia's defense of its borders but even if we say that's true what kind of kid would pick up on that but hey it's best to start when they're young right the studio behind this propaganda masterpiece of course denies being
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influenced by the kremlin's hand saying they received no state funding but we did a bit of digging and found some ominous signs you simply can't ignore here comes the kremlin for all of two seconds that could easily be interpreted as a soviet red star the skies as an innocent christmas decoration and you may not realize it but the weird hat that must has got on here is a traditional russian hat now i know those examples aren't so much propaganda as they are just random russian things but that's all we could climb but worry not it turns out the bear itself is a representation of russia as a whole you see bear you think russia right as you. it's a fact it's a struggle for the part of a hybrid exposure in which a negative image of russia is replaced by a positive oh the horror the horror now you know what your children are being exposed to and can protect them accordingly. the bear are not coming. and the. british empire. and american.
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is. a very few they don't seem to be particularly. i really really do not want to read about how masha used to do this properly and. i can confirm that i watched two episodes. when i was nine and i suddenly became a quitter he speaks russian. now the international space station celebrated a major birthday on twenty years ago russian launched the first module of this orbiting science lab and the crew onboard this message. more than two hundred people from eighteen different countries and this is space
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station over the years has become an example of close international cooperation not least the beacon of warming relations between the cold war rivals so here's a look at how the russia u.s. friendship developed to the. so you would ski american ski just enough to get the looks beautiful in the projects you let it be to. your yeah. you more go to. the mission or if you need
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a supporter of i think the population. better or for the feel. of for and see if this was to her all these years i could sit there all that's enough for they are all for a brother for what. they were cutting new ground i mean i said well gosh let's see if we can build a bigger space station and what can we do one of the problems that might come up and what you learn. some more money interest in and doesn't just give you more in them some listen it was forceful free media and if she were me i'd. choose the media to. do things to feel to look at the scenes of the elite stewart simonson.
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they can always be from. the other here. together. for the future. well living in close quarters in zero gravity does mean some pretty clever designs
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for the modules that do make up the i assess and you go she down off was given access to the simulators head and on earth where future astronauts to get to grips with their home in space. in a way the international space station is the largest lego puzzle in the world because see it wasn't moved into orbit in one piece at first it was just one cargo module this is the exact replica holding its name in russian means sunrise and indeed it did become the dawn of the as we know it. this small jewel a star is more of a living space there's a cubicle here a dining space also there's a docking simulation area as well where cosmonauts practice they're so used to walking skills but some things i didn't plain sight because this is an actual
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space exercise bike. we got as close as we could to russia's workhorse rocket the soyuz during the journey to and from the international space station this is the module where crews spend hours of their time and i mean it's not very spacious it's actually looks small even for one person while it is designed to fit three inside it's a real work station and there are no random things here to mourn it is just to showcase all sorts of technical information about how the rocket is doing indicators but the most crucial the buddies that attend the most crucial commands they're actually hidden behind small covers like this so they have to be lifted so that they are not touched by accident working with them among these problems is one that might seem strange commands to pressurize the cabin to let the air around
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even while the ships into orbit it so that the crew can put out a fire because this button is extremely important he has additional protection this small. group when the rocket attacks malfunctions and messes lies up on this board so among them this one particular ball which we pretend to ignore for says rocket failure is this top left it turns red and they along goes off. for twenty years this station has been home away from home for adventurous visionaries overachievers risk takers people of action it's instilled a passion for discovering the unknown in our generation. fascinating stuff you go she don affair with that report nashville to come this hour an apparent terrorist chemical attack has been reported in series aleppo leaving dozens of people injured including children we'll have
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a look at that in more detail just off the break. what politicians do something. they put themselves on the line and they get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president enjoy. more somehow want to . have to try to cross the sea watch them before three in the morning can't be good . i'm interested always in the waters in the hols. question. on this on the line circumstances that's a loud for these emotions of this very very long time violence i think that we
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may get the sons and even grandsons of guys at some point in the future it's primarily a political issue in iraq that has taken on the military. but on the traditions. oh again now dozens of people including children have been taken to hospital after an apparent chemical attack targeting the syrian city of aleppo that's according to the russian defense ministry well these are images of victims receiving medical treatment at x. a they are they do exhibit symptoms consistent with chlorine exposure russian military chemists working at the scene of the attack the russian defense ministry says the attack was carried out at night with the shelling coming from an area
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controlled by. an al qaeda affiliated group in neighboring italy province militant commanders in turn they deny any involvement insisting they don't have any chemical weapons syria's foreign ministry though is calling on the u.n. to condemn and punish the rebels involved in these sold as well as the countries that back them earlier we spoke with the only risk of middle east affairs commentator he believes that if militants from a glib are behind me attack possess chemical weapons it only strengthens the case for launching an offensive against them. astronaut but are terrorists are behind a different type of this attack was launched from a global i mean if the terrorists are left alone for more or for more time i can only continue with such attacks which i think breaks a more and more imperative to go ahead the sooner a sport as soon as possible for true eliminate abuse terrorists who are sort of aware of this so a large haven in the province. for ukrainian navy vessels have
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illegally entered russia's territorial waters east of the crimean peninsula that's according to russia's federal security service the ships are currently moving from the black sea towards the strait russia says they failed to give mandatory notice adding that the ships disobey the orders and conduct a dangerous maneuvers ukraine says it's acting though in full compliance with international law and that it did give notice it also accuses russia of damaging its tugboat in a ram attack. and other news the murder of journalist is making more headlines now donald trump to suggest it is the world that ought to be blamed for his killing. maybe the world should be held accountable chris the world is a vicious blows world is a very very vicious blows but a white house statement titled standing with saudi arabia claims that the whole truth behind shorty's killing might never be known it adds that actions already
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been taken and that saudi arabia remains a steadfast partner especially when it comes to countering iran iran's foreign minister joe about thirty five called trump's words shameful mr trump bizarrely devotes the first paragraph of his shameful statement on saudi atrocities to accusing iran of every sort of malfeasance you can think of perhaps who are also responsible for the california fires because we didn't help break the forests just like the fins do. saudi officials eventually admitted that you showed she was killed in the. last month an acclaimed rogue operation riyadh has denied any awareness of the planned killing but has charged eleven officials in washington sanctioned seventeen saudi individuals for their alleged role in the killing were from sin systems the saudi arabia is a key partner in fighting iran has sponsored angry reaction in parts of the american media with some suggesting the u.s. presence caved in to riyadh however president today chose
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a different path something more along the lines of the world is a very dangerous place because it is we should let murderers get away with it especially if the murderers are paying us lots of money now we're left to figure out why the president is telling that lie why he's going so far out this way to cover for the country and specifically the ruler that carried out this killing of a u.s. resident and us journalist question the morality of course are entirely absent as they usually are from u.s. government policy as long as those willing to to give big contracts to. refers to is all the great american companies that are causing so much havoc around the world i'm sure they're going to continue to kill people this is a this is a terrible thing president troubles doing. funny leonardo da vinci has been dragged into iraq between the french president and italy's deputy prime minister who have been trading insults online now rome is reconsidering loaning the mast is priceless
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works for a major exhibition in paris we need to renegotiate everything the french cannot have it all they're not easy tallon he only died in france to give the louvre all these paintings would put italy on the margins of a major cultural event. well paris is renowned louvre museum is hoping to borrow some of different she's notable works for a big show in twenty nineteen marking five hundred years since his death row stress that france in that case should learn something equally important like the mona lisa. well under the agreement the new vera is due to learn works by another italian renaissance master raphael for a for a twenty twenty exhibition marking the anniversary of his death we talked to people in both countries about where they think the paintings should be shown. live and love possible close to. john paul of course.
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any dali out there is just didn't foresee the saudi arsenal or says leaders here ever don't know that they need our you know most worried a book with no spin arsenal forced upon their leader again holy year steve arsinoe the bouncer didn't get to keep them on the. deal for free variables if i was told. i should enter your feet see a agin she dove in and we're now up to bastion on the day during past to see a lot of new fantasy any time but many see me in a video game why don't you. if you could more like. the pretty.
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little mean. because some of the. less well but live immaculate. you almost need to be on on. bad even watching the weekly here in our senior national we're back again with more news in just about. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race off and spearing dramatic development only personally i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk.
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you're going to please go camp side down again for people that can't bluff and they're like so vampire. this is like a safe house i guess they don't have to talk about what they go through with us because we understand her daughter katie was diagnosed with a very rare son sensitive condition if i get sunburned i heal she does or she'll patients when they have problems with the walk to talk to your son the brains are actually shrinking inside the scolded speaker in the branscombe small. the pain is indescribable it's feels like a really really bad chemical burn but it goes through your skin in your muscle or down to the bone. there's no relief. so we're just not sure this is just over.
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joined me every thursday on the all excitement and i'll be speaking to get us to the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you there. are. welcome to worlds apart in the struggle between good and evil for the human soul is
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that all this was in the history of the sun chilled to the bible and almost all the books that came after it how does one make this story which has been told millions of times seem a novel and piercing well to discuss that i'm now joined by italian film director paul origin of as a great to talk to you thank you very much for your time now according to center view in st petersburg the part of the city that's most associated with the study of the great russian writer this is where she believed this is where she south many of his novels i wonder if that place feels any special. the. most important thing about this is. this. you months will. be. with. the you once i think this is the common point many of your films deal of the.


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