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the, the, the historian contact and organizing direct dialogue in shared his expectations for the upcoming summit, which i'm going to come the link of the review of the week. the french president get slapped in the face while getting up close to the crowd is to pull this aside from off to being banned from overwriting and knowledge area twisted, cry foul saying, and open and free internet that basic human rights. all that. so while at the same time sensory its own uses in the united states,
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ah, welcome, the latest developments in the look back. what's been happening over the last 7 days to your watch and weekly, here on our t and to national. now to restore contacts and organize direct dialogue, that's what rushes president says he expects from the upcoming summit with these us counterpart flooded me. peyton gave his thoughts in an interview with russian tv correspondent portraying gave more details to call him bray. while this time mister pool, who was quite specific about the things that he is intending to bring up in geneva when he meets joe biden. and 1st of all, the russian leader mentioned global security. this is a very important issue. mister poking pointed out moscow's concerns when it comes to ne toes missile defense systems that are close to the russian borders. wisdom,
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we have always tried to behave with sufficient restraint. after all, we did not take a single step in any of the areas which would aggravate the situation. we're talking about security issues about these red lines about the possible deployment of all kinds of combat systems. their missile strike and so on. i have already mentioned poland and romania missile defense systems are already being deployed there and strikes systems can be supplied to them as well. but we have removed our military base from cuba because we don't do such things. but our partners, unfortunately, are doing tis that a lot of people said that he hope that the summit could at least create the conditions for a proper and fair discussion on these matters. now, the russian leader also went on to explain why the hopes are there. he praised the joe biden administration for responsible approach,
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at least in one aspect. vladimir putin reminded of one of the 1st international decisions that was made by joe biden and the white house that is per loaning the new star treaty between washington and moscow, which is referred to as the last remaining pillar of nuclear arms control. the new administration led by president biden extended the nustar treaty at 1st step. i think this is a very important step. and in general, of course, on the part of president biden, this is a manifestation of professionalism. of course, president putin also touched on cybersecurity, which is one of the more headline grabbing dents in the us, russia policies at the moment. how did he elaborate on that? well, what is global security without cybersecurity? that's also something major that is going to be on the table according to the russian leader. cyber attacks on entire infrastructure and industrial cities could lead to very serious consequences. and the russian president here was clearly
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referring to recent cyber attacks on us infrastructure. and while the kremlin maintains that russia had nothing to do with these attacks, the russian side really wants some kind of bilateral agreement to be hammered out in this field to introduce some kind of rules. and to make sure that it's all kept under control, by the way, back in 2013, that work had already begun. but what happened next? ukraine, accusations of russian hackers influencing the us election and the work was scrapped not by the russian side by the west side. so now moscow, once this work to be resumed because agreements are expressed in the relevant interstate documents and there and these documents, agreements, contracts, the parties assume certain obligations. and these obligations and the overwhelming majority of cases are equal. both parties share the same commitment. if we agree to expedite criminals, then russia will do it, but only if the united states agrees to extra criminals to the russian federation
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as well. the closer we get to the summit in geneva, on june 16th, the more we find out about the things that are going to be discussed, possibly we'll hear about something else maybe from the biden administration next. i mean, well, joe biden has chosen a more combative stance and has used aggressive language against russia in the lead up to this meeting. political commentators, john brick, bon, told us why he thinks that's the case. i listen to him and each of krisha from the media to lou duffy a see like he says, he has asked the agency agency is to give him a blog, for example. and his business about the bounty, the hutchins, i supposedly gillen giving to the afghans in order to kill americans, which always no nicholas do me. so i don't know when they need to put in, i and i person using to come up with usually because assertions are what you're
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going to do. the stuff with these assertions are varying the american media then. but then we'll ask him for clothes in the no pool. so energy and disaster, i suppose, he's not suing. he's a liberal as you bruce, as he's looking for the media and play with in the conversation are partners. we tried to be more, he's not the french president got a nasty shock on tuesday while on a visit to the side of the country. but he was trying to drum up support for his reelection, campaign macro, and walked up to a barrier to greet locals. but this is what happened next. the the 1st time that you've been physically assaulted since becoming president, that happens in the south of france near the city of violin. and that's the store and that video present mike on exits a hotel school where he's been taking
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a visit. he walked towards a crowd of people who are all behind the metal barrier. then present. michael puts his hand on a man's on the man and grabs back president michael. before administering that, all my feet slap, the security agency immediately intervened in 2 individuals were taken into custody for wilful violence against the person holding public authority. and you might have quarter, 3 end of that video, somebody shouting down with macklin ism. and there is a suggestion that the individuals behind this assault on the president or yellow vest involved in unauthorized process earlier in the se. but the reality is, what this is shown is that there is still an under current to present when against president michael and his policies. those have been passed the reforms as well as those he's attempted to pass to the front of the house and managed to do so. always
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had to move them down slightly. there's been a huge reaction hearing problem including coming from the government, the prime minister, caustics, saying that this was an attack on democracy because she was an attorney loose plus your said, the democracy is debate. dialogue is confrontation, the expression of legitimate disagreements, but it can in no way be violence, verbal, aggression and even less physical aggression. we are all concerned. it is the foundations of our democracy through the head of state. it is democracy that is targeted also, we've heard from political policies from across the political spectrum with all physician leaders pretty much on the same page. very rare hearing from all saying that this is simply unacceptable. while democratic debate can bitter, it can never tolerate physical violence. i strongly condemn the unacceptable physical aggression target in the president of the republic. this time,
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are you starting to understand that violent people are taking action? i stand in solidarity with the president. well, president, my phone is currently on the top from says it's been called, he's taking the temperature, testing it to see whether or not he should be running in next is presidential election. he hasn't officially said he's going to, but the idea that he's making this visit is seen as many as a pre election tool. and it seems as we get closer and closer to the election, we like to see more of that resentment coming through. charlotte pinsky that will the 28 year old who slapped my wrong, was sentenced to 4 months in jail with an additional 14 month suspended sentence. a 2nd person that was arrested, who filmed the instant, also faces prosecution to, for legally possessing weapons which the authorities later found at his home. now at the same time that that slap episode did provoke an avalanche of jokes, maimed on mine with twitter, in particular,
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seeing political characters mocking the leader columnist or say, saying, hey, it's micro and he's been slapping the french people in the face. which quite, i believe this is where the money will microns power lies. in other words, is the ultra personalized and centralized power of the president. obviously, there are still people who are ready to break through rows of riot police to get to the president. violence is unacceptable and we see how representative of political communities unanimously condemn the flap in the face. but then a sense among macro himself represents violence because it's he who authorized the use of normally for weapons by law enforcement agencies. that is why many protesters were injured and lost the eyesight during the yellow vest demonstrations . there is a huge gap between the manual microns outlandish promises and what he is doing, which is nothing more than a constant communications and marketing campaign. furthermore, he once again intends to return to considering pension reforms. he always has some unpleasant remark in his arsenal. it is he who constantly slaps the french people
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during his public speeches, and now he gets a slap in the face himself, which of course deserves condemnation. since he is no authority figure, the slot, made it through microns personal security guards. and this is a lesson for all of us. the us state department, along with some western diplomatic missions, is called ny jittery is government traverses decision to ban twitter. it also condemned threats to arrest fuses when a ghost lord the social network saying it is persistently used to wonder mind the country existence it comes after the platform deleted, opposed by the countries present, which will national separatists of consequences unless they relent. while twitter claims that are free and opened into the open internet isn't essential, human rights, it pays to operate according to a different set of principles elsewhere. she could don off now explains the free speech wing of the free speech part team. this is how twitter executives love to
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define that platform. the self righteousness of this is only matched by how far the twitter executives are detached from reality. lately, the band dean adrian presidents over this tweet. many of those misbehaving too, too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the nigerian civil war. those of us in the fields for 13 months, who went through the war will treat them in the language that understand, taught or moderate has may not be able to find nigeria on the math. but apparently, their interpretation of the country's history is more accurate than the presidents who obviously wasn't impressed. and he's government wasn't taking any of that where people was born in politicians. i couldn't a police way in a jury duty and us for today. it was about the right to protest, but what
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a similar to happened when the capital he became you selection when are going to be formed by anybody? we have economy to rule. i will do for the best of my ability. twitter wasn't ready for that, and it is hard to judge them for it. they had already successfully banned one of the most powerful men in the world and got away with that consequence. free nigeria though, did something about it. the das, it's he, we are deeply concerned by the blocking of twitter in nigeria. access to the free and open internet is an essential human right in modern society. just put everything down for a 2nd to appreciate the absolute logical pandemonium. here with me, twitter, which is very trigger happy over an arbitrary set of rules to deny people the right to speak out is trying to be the champion of free speech. you can make this up,
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but the band caught the eye of some politicians who condemned it. diplomatic missions of canada, the european union, the republic of islands, the united kingdom and the united states of america, convey our disappointment over the government of nigeria as announcement suspending twitter. funding systems of expression is not the answer. these measures inhibit access to information and commerce and some other politicians who in turn got ideas. twitter noncompliance with our rules will lead to unintentionally consequences, including twitter losing exemption from liability as an intermediary the information most time, even if it appears very attractive candidate, tend to foreign state how to live, how to interpret historical events, what movies to watch, or what music to listen to otherwise, instead of freedom of speech, it becomes a dictatorship of opinion for sole purpose. and perhaps more officials should take
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a closer look at nigeria handling this. because if banning a president over an opinion somehow made it into twitter, his definition of free speech, we all need a lesson in how to deal with big tech tyranny. twitter has no business deciding on what geo political figures have to say about anything because they're not. they're not informed enough to do so. they just are responding based on their own political prejudices. with very little knowledge about what the situation involve, especially in nigeria, twitter is pretending to be the government of the world along with other social media platforms. they are trying to institute their own sort of governmental power . the social media platform to combine have more power than all the nations of the world. and in fact, to all the states in the world,
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in terms of political influence. so no, this is not surprising. and it's not unwarranted that these nations would be trying to curve twitters political power. still ahead on the weekly ben mean yes, yahoo faces the end of his long roof. he's writing votes for a new fragile coalition. what have a look at the story? so this take in a couple of the driven by a dreamer shaped by those in me i
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think we dare to ask me ah ah me ah, the match the weekly
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nice stable and predictable relations with russia is what the g 7 leaders have called for on the last day of their summit in england, but their joint statement also demands more sco stops, it's quote, the stabilizing behavior with more his piece or oliver. this communicate comes out at the end of the g. 7 summer talking about russia. they said they wanted stable and predictable relations in the future with moscow. all sounds pretty great. we've heard straight away from murray is ahead of the spokeswoman for the russian foreign ministry saying the ball in order to get those stable and predictable relationships is currently firmly in the course of those g 7 leaders. and they don't seem very good at dealing with not at the moment. if we look at what the may communicate itself actually says it goes on to talk about a number of issues, which is far as russia is concerned. it's already dealt with things like chemical weapons. we call them russia to urgently investigate and credibly explain the use
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of a chemical weapon on its soil to end systematic, correct down on independence, civil society and media, and to identify a disrupt and hold to account those within its borders. who conduct ransomware, attacks abuse virtual currency to lower the ransoms and other cyber crimes. alexa, novalis also mentioned in the communicating his alleged poisoning saw him come here to berlin to receive treatment for what was later reported to have been poisoning using a novice chalk nerve agent. this is something that russia has vehemently denied and fight, said gala from the russian foreign minister has said that russia had absolutely nothing to do with the illness that alexa violently suffered. and you could, you, there is no tangible evidence, nothing about those 3 bottles with the supposed traces of poison, no copies of the toxicology report, no result of biological test. that is,
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it turns out that the valley says i was poisoned by the russian states and let him put in personally. and this is accepted by the west without any rejection. and western countries claim to us as fact, exclusively what navarro only himself set forth in his questioning by german law enforcement structures. that communicate also makes an impassioned police or russia to allow free protest on the streets while making no reference at all to the recent scenes that we've seen unfold in the united states and in europe. in particular, this is being pointed out from the russian side that there's been some pretty heavy handed police crackdowns in the us and in europe recently as well. let's have a look at what else was in that communicate when it comes to trying to establish these better relations. the g 7 says it once with russia, we call them russia to alleviate tensions and act in accordance with its international obligations and to withdraw the russian military troops,
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material at the eastern board of ukraine and on the crimea peninsula. well, not situation, particularly when it comes to the deployment of russian troops in that area. those russian troops on deployed within russia's borders. and of course, with the serious instability across the border in ukraine. understandable that russia would want to have its armed forces on alert in a near by situation on cry. mayor, of course crimea voted overwhelmingly in a referendum to rejoin russia, not so long ago. so it's unlikely that they going to come to any agreement over those 2 particular points when it cut, but there are a number of issues that will be up for discussion when president joe biden sits down with russian president vladimir putin in geneva. on wednesday, i'm going to be there for our t. there's a whole team of us going to be there in switzerland,
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bringing you all of the latest from inside the summit, on the sidelines of the summit and anything else going on around it as well. well ahead of the get together, biden met with the house, british prime minister boris johnson. they signed a new atlantic charter based in the agreement that the 2 countries goes after the 2nd world war. the priority. now, according to the document is cooperation. what else for the g 7, the main talking points were the pandemic trade and climate change plus china and also russia. but as our senior correspondent, not against you have now examines why much of that agenda seems like a blast from the past. america is back back for watson. when did it ever leave whatever it is that it's coming back to from as unclear. at every point along the way, we're going to make it clear that united states is back and democracies of the world are standing together to tackle the toughest challenges and the issues that
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matter most to our future. well, that's good. suddenly again, i can't remember them ever leaving, but if you will, coming back to things you never left then why the heck not some things you've already signed or revitalized atlanta charter building on the commitments and aspirations that are 80 years ago. the firms are ongoing commitment to sustaining our enduring values and defending them against new and old challenges. so they're defending democracy, defending nato, defending trade, which american britain have done admirably if a tad violently but that's the rule they will now chic to combat cyber threats. climate change in the pandemic. there's so much to do and what better way to start than with tv jukes. so the prime minister of so the both very i'm not sure. i'm not going to be sent from that. i'm going to disagree or lead or
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else bab, what may be construed as new is that button seems hell bent on returning a soul to the glory days of the cold war and his youth. i've been clear the united states will respond in a robust and meaningful way, and the russian government engages and harmful activities. we've already demonstrated that, except we've had the same thing in various forms, but now on a century, if it isn't russia, it's yes, china, we will focus on ensuring the market democracies, not china, or anyone else. right, the 21st century rules around trade and technology, and we will continue to pursue the goal of a europe whole free and at peace. biden once the resurrect an old monster, the cold war with vos, standing armies. with vase military spending a vase blog to crush the competition and the competition. and he's in russia. the
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competition is china, which america still doesn't have an answer for not been men yet. know whose 12 year reign israeli, as israeli prime minister could come to an end. the saving is parliament gathers to prove. and you government. the coalition consists of 8 factions, giving it a very narrow one. c majority reporting from television, his poor sleigh, the special patient of parliament started with the incoming way, the prime minister, nascar bennett struggling to get through his speech. every few moments he with interrupted with someone shouting a lie or traitor, and more than 10 members of parliament, ported out of the building by security officers. bennett is 30 getting a taste of the anger and betrayal that his booth, while connie on the right of the political spectrum are feeling. and this is not
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limited to just inside the parliament. was it a feeling that it goes to our israel? 60 percent of israeli societies on the weiss with the political spectrum and all of them. and particularly those who voted for bennett, feel betrayed that someone from the why of the political spectrum had seemed a coalition with parties in the same test and on the left. presumably just based on the promise that he will become the next israeli prime minister. and merely to kick the current prime minister netanyahu out of office. now. * i have been interviewing people and many of the mobiles to be questioning how someone who received josh 6 out of 120 mandate, which amounts to roughly around 880000 votes is becoming the next is really point minutes death. or i think the vendor has gone too far by becoming prime minister. he's going to be a prime minister against all his principles against all his opinions is about just
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not be, be there isn't anything else that brought these parties together. i think that someone was 6 or 7 mandates is not worthy of being prime minister of the country of israel. it's a very simple thing. the people have spoken letting yahoo receive 30 mandates. he should be prime minister. that's what i think it is not fair. what they have done, we voted for someone and we got something completely different where our, our, i gave my vote to someone else. we have all given our boats. and suddenly everything turned round. and bennett was voted in. we guarded israel from, become in their shape from becoming something we didn't want it to be from becoming something dark and dangerous. you know, a whole lot of the
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ticket for you and you heard the meeting as well. it's very divided 60 percent of the vote in the election went to parties on the rights to the political spectrum. and yet the government that's being sworn in is on the same to and on the left. so questions are being asked a as to how we're going to target is of people here when neutral and be just how long it will last. when it is a coalition of parties with very different ideologies, most people have to say that it will not last longer than a couple of weeks, or perhaps even a couple of months at the most. the current israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu has accused bennett, had been a traitor. at the same time he now had dropped to the position some way he has vowed he will continue to fight. it certainly seems as nathan yahoo is not going to easily give up on having been it's all long, the serving prime minister wirelessly,
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a r t television. be much in the weekly here and i think national not bring you up today. of course we across that news coming out of israel later this evening will be back with the headline. 2 more stories about me the the, i don't know. i mean there's some who are rescuing food. it's not like we're not scavenging or we're rescuing resources that are still good. this is best by march 21st, which is in 2 days. all of these potatoes, pianos, onions, all of these came from waste round sources. this is great for me because i'm always looking for a way to give things away. dr. because the tax laws,
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