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i. doubt. i. feel. i clashes between anti g twenty protesters and riot police as more to come up the spread used language. itself kicks off all eyes will be on the big first face to face encounter between the russian and u.s. presidents later. elsewhere around the world a c.n.n. analyst says the creator of the donald trump has no right to anonymity despite the
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network frequently using name sources for example russia coverage. washington joint russian chinese proposal and the escalating the north korea crisis. just one of the afternoon this friday here in moscow have been days going. this is the international well the focus the topic of this program is what's happening in hamburg big meeting there and the g. twenty protests in force with a sit in blockade which saw police used tear gas to disperse them police say that they're expecting as many as one hundred thousand people to turn up later in the german city where the big g twenty summit is taking place several protesters have been injured during the demonstration security forces used water cannon pepper spray to disperse. straight as who intends for
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a bottle stones and flags at the offices and the violent clashes yesterday to. tell you i think. i. i i. i. so activists have been protesting against this two day meeting of world leaders who are expected to discuss challenges like terrorism and climate change our europe correspondent peter all of us been following what's going on more closely and how bug the. tensions have boiled over between demonstrators and the police.
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we're seeing another line of police. running basically away from where that was taking place as far as i can tell and i'm from that. i've never seen anything leave had fights about squatters houses. never seen anything like that lee aggression the as far as i can tell purposelessness is that it is now it is now. a search made. him believe. just behind me you can see some smoldering remains there that's from a trash fire that was still says. that is a. sportscar belief that speed. now there are. eight seams moments of small bits of violence. what you sold also last time is just how quickly
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it can start and then the police come in to try and put it out but whenever they put it out in one place it seems to pop up elsewhere we understand from the police that they were ordering people to remove their masks they were refusing to do so then water cannon we used pepper spray was used. well despite there being a whole load of stories about potential violence coming from demonstrators in the build up to this large gathering we have been hearing from one member of the local palm and here in how much is about the role the police could play in provoking violence yesterday was a peak demonstration twenty to thirty thousand people that was very very peaceful and that was the same and indeed it was nearly the same spectrum which were coming today and i talked to those strong who. appealed for this demonstration and they
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say we want a peaceful demonstration but i fear. be an escalation because the strategy if the police are slow to deescalate if as it should be and might be those people want different. contradiction here the crowd chanting away than sci fi she's the build of on sci fi chants going on all under the watchful eye if we move the camera over here over the watchful eye of a lot of police officers. which is to keep a bit vigilant here because we are saying oh what a what's the flower being thrown at the police just as you can see there we're actually right between the police and the demonstrators right now so we're going to try and get out of the way just while moment while i'm talking to you not the best place to be if. he has a huge call of police officers that's marching through the city then leading the demonstrates is they're only going to be allowed to go in the directions that the police want them to and the results as well. we've seen it's we've seen violent
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clashes with the police we've seen cars set on fire and what will exactly the situation we have at the moment right now. the meantime some businesses in germany saw a high rolling coverage unity is the mood turned to anger and protest why well they produce t. shirts bags and stickers with anti capitalism slogans on sale sort of call that a very pro-capitalism move anyway even how book based soft drink company fritz cola launched an advertising campaign to on the back of the demonstrations. but the business of the g.
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twenty summit when the most highly anticipated meetings is that of the us president . putin. she said. can we expect from today's meeting and the big meeting is. kevin well first of all the spokesperson has told me here that mr true and mr poe said hi to each other they had a handshake and for now though that there they said see you later to each other yes still have these. talks scheduled for the afternoon i cannot tell you for now exactly how long is going to. that it could be thirty minutes to one hour you really don't have to be an expert to understand what are going to be the main topics on the agenda first of all of course the washington
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. that's something that's only been getting worse months after month and besides this of course syria north korea ukraine other details are right now a mystery and they could remain a mystery for a long time until we get and notice for the press secretary of one of the leaders or perhaps a press release from the white house or the kremlin because the two leaders are not going to hold a joint press conference obviously the schedule here at the g. twenty summit is very tight now speaking of the anticipation it looks like. that it's not only the journalists that are first of all looking forward to the summit of the leaders of russia and the us if you look at one of donald trump's latest wheats he specifically singled out his meeting with vladimir putin that he as looking forward to now in the meantime back in america some news organizations keep
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going on about the story of russian spine and hacking here's one of the top stories on c.n.n. on friday they're saying that must go has expanded its spying activities in the u.s. and for that they're citing the current and former intelligence officials who are aware of what's going on at the trumpet ministration. former intelligence officials are telling c.n.n. the russian spies. in the u.s. fanfare lection u.s. authorities have detected an uptick and suspected russian intelligence officers entering the u.s. going back to the actual g. twenty summit and i can tell you that all of the leaders are already inside the how messy that is the g. twenty venue there ready for the sessions for the biological talks angle merkel has been welcoming all leaders personally with
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a handshake we saw her with vladimir putin i can tell you that exchange was quite warm they had a chat a bit twenty seconds there was smiles on their faces when she shook the hand of donald trump they were also smiling despite the controversies and some of the statements that were made by the leaders of germany and the u.s. just in the buildup to this g. twenty summit and going back to the anticipation yes the g. twenty summit is in full swing but still all the law all the i's sorry are going to be on the presidents of russia and the u.s. where they meet for the first time ever and when you talk to the journal. that is absolutely evident that they are waiting for this number one event of the g twenty summit. at the summit media center this is where all g twenty news reports are but.
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if you want to know what's and who's going to grab most media attention at the summit i'll teach you a trick just look at some of the pictures around you for instance the papers that you can find t.v. live positions like this one. the most important things that you will be looking for at the summit of the most important mall they want to change from meeting the hundred in this important meetings and the entire summit it's will be the first place face. to hear think everyone out there you will see there will be you know it's like a wage because we like. our business to alpha male is going to go into negotiations to get on both of them have a very strong leadership in our country the kind of like voluntary nations things i
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mean it's been a while kind of the ones he wants to get along with did they get the part especially on the controversy when you look at russia's potential involvement in the american election i don't believe me if you read me museum a time in which we. would do and don't count take my word for it if this event turned into let's say thirty or even g fifty for everyone in this media center the number one pick or number two pick perhaps for the top story would still be the handshake and the talks between. donald trump. it's a new course the g twenty summit is expected to be one of the most challenging because key issues have devoted world leaders. good next looks at some of the contradictions. the mind of the g. twenty goes shaping the interconnected world but the countries that make up the
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world's greatest economic powers are in an awkward fit to say the least it's true that some have been getting along swimmingly take german chancellor merkel and her chinese counterparts to. a close toward linking up if you try to add in mr trump things fall apart for one term for only it was she only over there to see if north korea tensions trump and merkel don't like either the chancellor doesn't even or her to the u.s. as a friend anymore of course they didn't get along from the very start really the german people look at the overthrowing this woman i don't know what the hell she's thinking it takes wits to convince people with facts instead of using thinks she was person of the year i was supposed to be person of the year and trump isn't the only mismatch from her relationship with air to one turkey's president has been going down hill as of late head of the summit he was told not to bring his
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troublemaking bodyguard and was reportedly denied venue's to make a public address and that wasn't much of a surprise really after erda want to kiss berlin nazi practices. potential for conflict with the turkey and so we want to avoid additional reasons for conflict now if we try to put into the mix he fits great with china but not so much thanks ins over the crisis in ukraine are in their way and the same issues keep russia and the e.u. as a whole from connecting because its promises to help deal with the refugee influx have yet to come to fruition meaning yet another disconnect then we are left in the czech republic has taken twelve code. that hundred taken exactly not good enough looking up saudi arabia to simply let the table and altogether ask for the remaining g twenty members there just as mismatched to the idea of a completed jigsaw puzzle with the g twenty members shaping an interconnected world
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seems almost impossible it's much more likely individual elements will find each other never coming together with everyone to make a more picture on the washington d.c. this jointed family will be heard from international relations professor dr hussein . he told me the summit leaders have too many points of contention. union in itself has a lot of troubles with the brics it or the latest poll called for donald trump and now within the european union we have different voices so this meeting in humbler has a lot of learning to do three counties have to find solutions for this. is not turkey is a lot of trouble there will be german of the horse the cancer of the truth of german relations very hard to. stick me that would do european
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union. keep an eye on i think of books as well the peaceful protests of the g. twenty kicks off we'll take it full frame look at it more closely later now next after months of reporting on alleged russian meddling in the u.s. election using unnamed sources c.n.n. seems to be changing its attitude towards an image one of the channel's own political analysts now says people do not have the right to stay anonymous that was in response to the backlash the network faced for threatening to reveal the man behind the little viral me feature in president trump wrestling with c.n.n. logo cullum open records. c.n.n. now thinks that we the people do not have the right to be anonymous this is how kirsten powers their political analyst explained it in a tweet. people do not have a right to stay anonymous so they can spew their racist massage honest homophobic garbage now that's an interesting argument coming from a network that's been running stories about trump based on unnamed sources for months they started anonymous sources according to this source who spoke on the
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condition of anonymity anonymous sources are the basis of most truthful reporting oftentimes you do have to gather information using anonymous sources say can i use your name and they say no can i use you as an anonymous source a source familiar with the matter they say yes and then we report the information on the air we heard c.n.n. use this phrase so much it's actually spawned a number of online memes sure c.n.n. protects their online sources but the way they see it if you post something online that they consider to be offensive they have the right to reveal your personal information to the public something that could actually put a person in harms way oh and they get to decide what's considered to be offensive as well apologized for some of those other houses that were racist anti-semitic and it's not publishing to users name because of his apology think bribery in reverse they get said to me say listen if you are if you're a track that read it they there's
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a couple of bucks for you that will be bribery kind of sort of but of ours if you listen if you don't retract that right at the i'm going to expose you i'm going to docs you i mean let everybody know where you live how to let people know where you live what you've said things you've said perhaps you might be politically correct things that might cause you problems with your job it's almost a blackmail coercion but it's unprecedented c.n.n. may be a powerful news agency but just to proclaim to them the policeman of what's considered to be offensive in the end u.s. law has the final say caleb mop and artsy new york i'll leave you that is related to a ninety second break but don't go away study if you can. so there are one hundred licensed gun owners in france are also on the terror watch list will tell you all about that.
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it was only a matter of time before congressional democrats would attempt to impeach and remove donald trump from the presidency well it's happening at this point it is unlikely this endeavor will succeed but this isn't stopping.
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time next france's interior minister has revealed a worrying figure that around one hundred registered gun owners in the country apparently are on the terror watch list. i haven't asked local police to identify the registered owners of firearms on terror watch lists we have identified about one hundred people and the orthorexic are taking action to correct the situation this appears to be a significant dysfunctional where this announcement comes just a couple of weeks after the latest terror attack in central paris when a car full of weapons and gas canisters rammed into a police van the attacker was the only person killed in that incident the thirty one year old man was a known gun enthusiasm also on
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a terror watch list which is why this is pricked up so many years right now this story this is customer friendship alexander a bundle or throw the book is friends things make it the time to be with us today why wasn't this flagged up before by the authorities is it taken the time to flag it up. well. sure he shows that the. carelessness of french bureaucracy you have but ten thousand people that are registered on the watch to least on the end wanted to research least and you have about one percent of them that legally own weapons but i want to correct something actually actually in france no attacks no attack. was made we. legally owned. legally own weapons every act art was made with weapons.
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about on the black market because the guns that are that you can legally processed in france are a small caliber so there's thirty one euro is just telling on this thirty one year i was just telling our viewers about wasn't on an official list was a gun enthusiast it was not the official safety list for one of the right. gear. yeah but the frightening thing about that is that they have access to shooting ranges where they go to train where they sometimes even have to meet local police policemen and they talk with them and they have information about security it's not about the weapons themselves it's more about the fact that they are they have access to this shooting ranges where they can train to shoot
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but you know i think the they won't be one there won't be any mass murder. this is something that won't happen to people they prefer to have kalashnikovs but in black market. rather than small own legally. the. difference the fact is not opinion i mean no inference where carried. weapons we know what about there's a hundred of them we take you know into this war i mean there are ten million registered gun owners in france that's registered gun owners only one hundred of them and watch list obviously the police have got some reason to think that they. do you think you said the police are overreacting here or wall. well the no no it shows it shows real dysfunction between administration in
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france i mean this is a really really carelessness about the fact that people are actually just same time they can go to their local police. and ask for. legal weapons it shows only that but i want to emphasize the fact that. what's frightening about that is that they have access to legal position. of weapons they have access to shooting ranges where they go for training and that's a fact that that is where well known that more and more go in france to shooting ranges to go for trainings i should know you have any access to the shooting ranges understood well that's a whole nother. time for now xander. with this is so i can see where i can see the prosecutorial so maybe you're saying the police should be
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looking about as well maybe they'll be listening take it in thanks very much for your thoughts today. washington has reacted projected rather a joint russian chinese proposal aimed at deescalating the situation on the korean peninsula the plan calls for north korea to hold to its missile testing and for the u.s. and south korea to stop its military drills in the region during those exercises wednesday american and south korean forces fired missiles into the sea of japan believed the warning shot towards pyongyang but the u.s. state department said the drills were not related to north korea's development of weapons and outside pressure would not change washington stance. be to you these kinds of exercises and have relationships like this all over the world if china and russia decide to come out against that that is not going to change our position or battle follows north korea's latest missile launch a course of wednesday the united nations security comes to help emergency meeting on the issue where the u.s.
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threaten force against pyongyang. north korea's destabilizing escalation is a threat to all nations in the region and beyond their actions are quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution the united states is prepared to use the full range of our capabilities to defend ourselves and our allies one of our capabilities lies with our considerable monetary forces we will use them if we must but we prefer not. you have to go in that direction the u.s. is sending the same message that they have been sending for seventy years and that is to threaten again and again and again the people of the democratic people's republic of korea and the reality of us endless endless threats on the people of korea has ratcheted up now the sanctions a new round of sanctions a new round of threatening other countries that have any trade or economic
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relations with the d.p. r. k. at every step it is to make a provocation. for the soft a new unit is here for the rest day after twenty seven it's possible let's just take a screen that would last. twenty protests there not a lot to see at the moment looks quiet but that's been a lot of trouble of course over the last twenty four hours or so what's going to happen the softer than they are worried about problems there all those delegates are meeting inside will be fully across the camera teams are there. cameras are there as a unit see it to take you through with. after the break larry king is here as well looking ahead to the ins and outs of the meeting late simple presidents putin and the g. twenty to get his take on a. leash
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. income inequality we stagnation gerrymandering of political districts polarization you know those affected in this in congress these are well documented trends going back decades and now they're really acute unmanifest to the point where people describe the system is being seized with a kind of paralysis. north korea launches
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an i.c.b.m. and the first official face to face between trump and loons we'll take a look. in all of this on this edition of politics. the politicking on larry king on tuesday north korea launched at tuesday's intercontinental ballistic missile which u.s. intelligence officials have classified as something never before seen from the hermit kingdom also later this week donald trump unleavened of putin will hold an official meeting together while attending the g. twenty summit in germany and all of this happening as a majority of americans say the president's twitter habit is hurting his agenda and the nation let's get to it as of joined by representative steve russell republican of oklahoma he's a decorated veteran of the unit.


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