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President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte said the he would be responsible for the consequences and ramifications of the martial law he recently implemented in the Mindanao islands, Saturday. Speaking to soldiers on the southern Philippine island, Duterte said, "For this martial law and the consequences of martial law, and the ramifications of martial law, I and I alone would be responsible." He continued saying that he "will answer for everything" and that commanders now "can arrest any person, search any house, without a warrant." While talking to the journalists, the president allegedly also made a rape joke, according to which he stated that if any of his soldiers would rape three women, he will be the one to admit that he did it. Duterte declared martial law on the collection of islands May 24 for a period of 60 days. Mindanao has a population of 200,000.
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Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said that US President Trump and his administration's stance on the 2015 Paris climate agreement remains 'suspended' as the US continue to engage in an 'internal debate' on the matter, during a press conference in Taormina, Friday. SOT, Paolo Gentiloni, Italian Prime Minister (Italian): "A signal of great commitment and great unity came this afternoon from [the leaders of] the G7 with the declaration of Taormina against terrorism and violent extremism. It's a declaration that we have just signed and, as you will see, it contains first of all a political message, obviously: that is, solidarity and unity of the major countries of the free world against terrorism in response to the vile Manchester attack on innocent victims." ¤SOT, Paolo Gentiloni, Italian Prime Minister (Italian): "[The G7 discussion] can be translated into points of convergence on all the matters that we dealt with.
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Portraits and items owned by Russian Tsar Peter the Great were on display at the Versailles Museum at the Palace of Versailles on Friday, as part of an exhibition to commemorate the tercentenary of the Russian leader's visit to France in 1717. Russian President Vladimir Putin is said to be attending the official opening on Monday May 30. The exhibition will run till Sept 24, 2017. SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "This exhibition commemorates the 300th anniversary of Tsar Peter I's visit to France, when he visited from April 21st till the end of June 1717. So this is the occasion to talk about this Tsar and his stay in France." SOT, Gwenola Firmin, Versailles Museum curator, SOT (French): "Peter I came to France to be recognised as a great power. It is a question of being part of the concert of the great powers of the time, since he was a conquering tsar, the one who pushed the borders of his country, who opened it to different seas by his conquests.
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British Prime Minister Theresa May said the Manchester attacks contributed to a starker choice between herself and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn at the upcoming general election on June 8. May was speaking on the sidelines of the G7 meeting in Taormina, Friday. "Jeremy Corbyn has said that terror attacks in Britain are our own fault. And he has chosen to do that just a few days after one of the worst terrorist atrocities we have experienced in the United Kingdom," stated May. The prime minister was speaking in reference to a Corbyn speech earlier in the day where the Labour leader criticised the UK's foreign policy, stating "The blame is with the terrorists, but if we are to protect our people we must be honest about what threatens our security." Video ID: 20170526 054 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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