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how was. that baby boy is rescued from the collapse apartment block in the russian city of magnitogorsk after spending nearly thirty four hours in the rubble. as stepping as u.k. rail station and a vehicle attack in germany are being considered tabulated by local authorities various incidents left several people we've danced. the french president takes a swipe at extreme elements among anti government demonstrators in his new year's eve address. the world spectacular welcome for twenty nineteen revelers have been ushering in the new year and we've got some of the highlights.
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this just ten two am hair in the russian capital you're watching on t.v. and national with me and the. top story a baby boy has been pulled alive from the rubble if that's collapsed apartment block in the central russian city of magnet to gorski the building was devastated by a suspected gas explosion in the early hours of monday morning.
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use a spotlight when there's a little push one of the rescuers heard a child crying we stopped all the machinery to listen in we were saying to keep quiet and the baby was reacting in camp so i lose you can't walk up so we started off where are you then there was a noise we started working that there was a risk of further collapse and we were afraid if the child was crying for help. our correspondent donna spoke to the parents of the rescued baby in magnifico thought spittle right now i'm right outside the hospital where the medics are fighting for the life of the vanya yes imagine spending more than thirty hours under the rubble in his crib when it's minus twenty celsius outside really the rescuers are telling us that it is just because the baby was wrapped in very warm blankets this is essentially what saved defined as life so the moment vanya as parents learn that their youngest son is alive they rushed to this hospital and we talk to them there
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steve a new film explores. the region exhaustion for the east in iraq is just one . little business the first i'm not i'm. sure this isn't good for you. but. perhaps the most incredible thing about this whole rescue this is that it was called the making of dad's hands because he was at work when the disaster when the tragedy unraveled he came back to where he used to live and he really wanted to show because he had an idea as to where the baby my degree and he wanted to show rescuers that support but because of the whole place was cordoned off and because of very grave risk of the demolition of the building he wasn't allowed to vote for a very long time eventually he told me he had to sneak into to tell the world
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rescuers that that approximate area where his son could be and he got a number of one of the rescuers and would you know that very rescue or did manage to extract his son from under the rubble gave a call to the dad this is one of the families in the stories one of the stories that struck this industrial city in russia's urals we talked to other survivors who two other residents of this building who were affected by the tragedy. the day before i had called out all you know the next day this is an f part of the block had fallen down obviously you know i had only boom we were at home but we're supposed to have gone to my mom was supposed to be. like it's a last moments ago today all along you know. my daughter called me at seven fifteen in the morning and told me that our entrance had been destroyed. when i went down i saw it was in ruins my wife was rescued by firefighters with
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a ladder. as of now emergency services have had to put to a halt operations outside the building because they say the danger that the other parts of the building might collapse are just too hard for them to continue what they were doing. the tenth month old boy is said to be in the very serious condition and has been sent to a moscow hospital for further treatments russia's emergencies ministry says nine people and now known to have died more than thirty others are reportedly missing ever thousand people were evacuated from their homes following the collapse of the building here's what more of the witnesses have says about what they went through.
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the second explosion rocks magnitogorsk on tuesday evening this time on a minibus three people have reportedly ties the incident is said to have taken place on the same street where the building collapsed on monday police and emergency services have been deployed to the scene the cause of the explosion is currently unknown and police and now investigating. british police have
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confirmed that they are treating a stabbing attack at a major rail hub in manchester in northern england as a terrorist incidents three people were injured including a police officer on new year's eve. we are treating this as a terrorist investigation which is being led by cars terrorism officers with support from groups of manchester police. the suspect was head shouting allah akbar while police arrested him offices he used a taser and pepper spray to subdue the man who is now in custody the three wounded people suffered serious but not life threatening injuries the police officer has now been released from hospital. apart from the attack in manchester and. in the german safety's of but trucked in essen is being classified as terrorism by police five people left into it the suspect is a fifty year old german man who slammed his car into a crowd of people choose day the majority of the victims were migrants from syria
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and afghanistan is reported the dr made santa fe but comments well the police were wrestling him police also suspect the man has a mental illness german media also quoted her but rule the top security official in north rhine-westphalia states who said that the man had to clear intention to kill foreigners we also for me u.k. police officer pizza come to his reaction. we have to address the reasons why people are wanting to attack whether it's terrorist motivated or hate most about it . and we still better have a few people who get through through the nuts as well and it's really difficult from the intelligence point of view where people are just working on their own whether it's not got any organization when i haven't had to travel anywhere after trying it when i haven't spoken to anybody in particular it's radicalized that it is almost impossible intelligence wise to gain civil war. and so these are really
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difficult things to deal with and i'm afraid now that the car is out the back if you want to terms of how much damage you can do to an arsenal and or a vehicle i suspect we're not seeing more and more of these things happening. in france president micron used his new year's speech to his house it's extremist elements in the country. i mean there's a whole see if we have perience great division and anger broke out to anger against injustices against the course of a sometimes in comprehensible globalization against an administrative system that's become too complex and lacking in empathy going to be there was also anger against profound changes that call into question our society's identity and direction of this anger has shown me one thing no matter how excessive or overflowing it is we will not quit. micron's message didn't go down well with opposition leader who
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called him in and pasta and accused him of being out of touch with the french people the authorities in paris were prime to tackle more and massed on new year's eve with twelve thousand police officers on standby in the end very few protesters tent out and those who did were blocks from joining the celebrations in central paris french publisher and author i'm rick mondale predicts the demonstrations will soon receive. with all the blunders the government and especially the peace making i don't see any soothing of the situation this movement through would of course continue into two thousand and nineteen the movement is so popular between seventeen and eighty percent of the french support them all approval movements that it is not excluded that especially in the provinces john barbs or even policemen who have more in common with the protestors and with the officials in paris because
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become sympathetic with their cause and refused to execute orders eminent mccraw embodies what the yellow best rejects brutalization and pro-business policies in a way he cannot really given without stopping did what he is he's lacking leeway he sorts through to diffuse the crisis in the midst of december by announcing ten billion euro package of measures which was which which was. france was hit by anti-government protests for much of twenty eighteen starting from demonstrations against labor reforms to the latest yellow vests protests over fuel taxes paris based correspondent charlotte dubinsky recaps events. let me. take this infamous phrase often tribute to mary on twitter as being used to demonstrate me a brute livius nurse the selfishness of france's elites which in turn led to the french revolution now the attribution may be misguided but the lesson isn't if you
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can wall the cries of the social classes or you mock them you do so at your own peril where. the current french president should have seen it long ago as unrest has been bubbling throughout two thousand and eighteen. things started to turn nasty as the french government attempted to have picked an empty community to land that they. pool at the gate. it's a protest against expulsion the distribution of. the tanks will be eco our wrists joking meanwhile the cold war dismissing
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these should be built this period he must be very great to give back during the month that is mine is the republican leader must be respectful. mayhem first to reach to paris in spring over my qualms reform plans well may first violence quickly spilled over and dozens were arrested. but the penny bill did drop cornice spent the summer offering advice to all who would listen to him raging. the country in the process he said. giving these lutheran people who've lived through transformations in recent years i'm not exactly ghouls who are resistant to change. i know its diplomatic he doesn't
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know how to talk to people he cannot say about all people all of the nations it's just bad luck on both sides to the foreigners and to people like french people comes down to. just trying to find you a job by crossing the road oh yeah you don't say that to people people are really struggling to easy deciding when you don't have a problem with needing their job even that everybody can do it just by working out crossing the street bed with just by working out crossing the street bet it's not real life it's just a very rich get out service just sort of it's not great to say things like that to french people and people aren't precarious situations i think it's quite ridiculous for a president to be so far from reality to say so by the time he told prejudice to claiming the french. had come pocketful of him because i think if you do things on the general shoulder who told me you can speak freely the only thing we can do is have
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the rights of east computing the country would be different if everyone did the same. saying stop trying to people in france you don't say people to stop complaining specially in france the people that complain all the time we love that it's crimes and it's not. arrogant i think a little aggressive you know hence again a very bold and there's no other word for me in the good old french spirit of things anger and resentment towards the man often described as the president of the rich really poor without a by your seventeenth they had even. if we see these crazy on the streets of greece. take your shoes. calls pointed stupid offered an olive branch for many it was to withhold food late from the yellow vests march still don't call me
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a new role the world the fleeting been expected two thousand the like you think it's cool to believe the government if the boy would leave. paris. the cake yeah. it's delicious. the north korean leads i mean well to live it a stern warning to the u.s. in his new year's address kim jong un's said that while his country is still intent on denuclearizing washington miss left it sanctions if it wants to see further progress it's obvious you need to tonight indicate that if the us does not keep its promise made in front of the whole world and misjudges our patience and insists sanctions and pressures on our republic we may be left with no choice but to consider a new way to safeguard our sovereignty and interests and establish peace and
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stability on the korean peninsula. relations between the united states. north korea has been improving since june when kim jong un met with donald trump in singapore for a historic summit he promised to work towards denuclearization in exchange for security guarantees and a commitment to peace from the u.s. but it's washington d.c. at ease this economic pressure on p.r. nyang which is being hits hard by the sanctions regime. also used his speech to call on south korea to end this joint military drills with the u.s. put its color on the list and told us that washington does need to make some concessions if it wants north korea to continue on its path towards denuclearization. administration of the small appearance of the most with all of the administration in the world i mean that experience shows that. the trauma of this regime. changing tactics maintaining sanctions even
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if. there is this is this giving up some will solve all of all of the roles they see that they have included the relationship the food the kind of the state. of the tension over the walls. and they expect to see at least something easy for the sanctions that they'll see that that's what explains the warning all these other. still to come on president trump's new year's speech with a long list of his claim to come to but failed to mention some of his more questionable decisions of twenty eighteen well tell you about it so after the break . i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s.
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has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten life collar crimes happen each day. eighty five percent of global wealth you want to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred trade per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar ai industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need remembering one one doesn't show you can't afford to miss the one and only. join me every first day on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to. yes to the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you that.
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welcome back to. donald trump east his new speech to list what he says the achievements of his administration he took the opportunity to praise the dalles he struck the neglected to mention most of the agreements he broke. there's never been an administration and i'm very proud of this that's done more than the trumpet ministration in the first two years of office we made a deal with mexico we made a deal with canada we made that deal with south korea and then you look at north korea we're doing really well we moved our embassy to jerusalem in israel i promised it and i did it. one of the broken accords that wasn't mentioned with the decision by the united states and israel to leave the un's culture and heritage
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organization. to run killing washington's announced its intention to levy an s.k. in october excusing major and see if he is bias now the move has come into force. on the twelfth of october two thousand and seventeen the department of state notified unesco directed general it mean a bulk of the u.s. decision to withdraw from their goodness nation and to seek to establish a permanent observer mission to unesco this decision was not taken lightly and reflects his concerns with the mountaineer being the need for fundamental reform and they're going to say sion and convening anti israel liason. now at this point that we can review that in twenty seventeen there was outcry from the united states and israel when unesco designated a hebron the city in the west bank designated as a world historical site now there is a contested area in the center of that city to muslims it's the ibrahimi mosque to
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jews it's the cave of patriarchs and at that point we saw some loud outcry from the united states and from israel now it's important to note that this isn't the first time that we've heard accusations of a pro palestinian bias from the usa and from israel and twenty eleven when the nasco body officially recognized a state of palestine at that point the usa and israel both stopped paying dues to unesco they were then stripped of their voting rights in two thousand and thirteen after having not paid their dues so at this point we see the united states carrying out a policy that its long carried out which is when it doesn't like certain international accords and agreements or international bodies it simply withdraw let's review the united states we withdraw from the optional protocol in dispute resolution to the vienna convention on diplomatic relations the united states is officially withdrawing from the un human rights council we will not cooperate with the i.c.c.
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we will provide no assistance to the i.c.c. baseless politicize claims are brought against us for critical bodies and institution unjust prosecution by this illegitimate court the council ceases to be . are they of its name we will commence a review of all international agreements that may still expose the united states to purported binding jurisdiction dispute resolution in the international court of justice so the united states continues to withdraw from international bodies and international agreements in response to decisions it does not approve of. twenty nine thousand has arrived and has received a warm welcome from around the world people from all walks of life have rung in the new year from the middle east to the capitals of europe new year's celebrations holds a very special place in the hearts of russians to carry some of the best moments from around the globe.
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thanks for watching and a very happy new year from myself from the same i'll be back in thirty minutes time with their wallets news up to take. when lawmakers manufacture consent to instant of public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. when the fine and merry go round lifts only the one percent. nor middle of the room signal. room real news real world. you know world of big partisan movies lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to
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hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the hawks.
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