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to the point that some gulag marks mines. close for business europe struggles to shut its doors to the flow of illegal migrants from the middle east and north africa with economically unstable nations like a chile and greece taking the biggest budget. on sea virtuality sweep on a national day of action saying copes simply have too much power and a happy to use it also. it was right here at about two pm local time that a blast ripped through boss twenty nine. sigs dad dozens had and a sister in mourning and a few minutes were reconstruct the deadly volgograd bombing from social media tara fund rising to the moment a religious zealot trade flamed innocent why. new
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song russia under on the wall this is she with me huge national power thanks for joining us. couple of europe's asylum policies because it's struggling to deal with the stampede of immigrants and recent cheers large numbers of refugees have been fleeing conflicts in the middle east and north africa some of which were fueled by more hawkish e.u. colleagues more than a half a ride on parks migrant ferries risking their lives for asylum many never making it italy and greece are among the most affected putting pressure on their already burdened economies many refugees from syria travel towards greys. cherokee and the majority of north african bomb migrants are heading to the trial an island of lampedusa and sicily algerian and marroquin nationals say either to
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france or spain france is among the most populous states migrants chooses their final destination alongside germany the u.k. official statistics suggest migrants from outside the e.u. amount to more than twenty million people and italy every twentieth man is a registered immigrant in greece the number is even higher as more than seven percent of the population the number of asylum applications and italy has increased by more than one hundred percent compared to last year and greece is second only to germany when it comes to the highest number of pending applications more of the problem from school. they want to buy food from as the opium to saddam then traveled to libya and finally reached sicily after what must have been the most nerve wrecking ball right off their lives these three women are hiding their faces from the camera since now they're risking being sent back when we were at sea now
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the boat with the refugees sank into a three hundred people died but we were lucky and insistently managed to void get it registered it's illegal between need to go further north there is nothing for us here under e.u. regulation all newcomers must seek asylum in the country where they arrive and under italian law any one of voting registration is sent home but nowadays more and more newcomers are ready to take their chances don't register to try to go to northern states where there are more opportunities. when you arrive here they give you the very minimum there is no jobs no school and you sleep in the street for six months italy is one of the worst european states in this regard youth unemployment has exceeded forty percent while the economy is in the worst recession since the second world war international obligations and plain human principles can't allow italy to turn away refugees since for many is the only chance for survival but the situation has now reached a point when this duty has become too heavy for it to handle on its own the e.u.
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has pledged italy would receive an additional thirty million euro or just over forty million dollars to deal with the refugee crisis but how will this help to distribute the more evenly throughout the union and integrate them into the economy is not clear they have been so on ideas of the charity they may be some positive. and i see embodies a lot of. good hope but no concrete ideas and as governments and international organizations brainstorm the solution one thing is certain the flow of refugees is only going to continue you've got this one of the italy. the fight against police brutality has seen protests has come out across the u.s. rise against they have me almost the law were held and i'm groups it is always a say trick and i went along to one to find out why people are so angry that. in new york and dozens of other cities across the u.s. the national day of protest to stop police brutality repression and the
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criminalization of a generation this is a time when trying to second marks the eighteenth time these people gather for this simple message it's not a gentle to how they treat us they shoot us like animals and that's completely unwarranted is literally on warranted when something breaks through like trayvon martin grimm our league ray and more sean bell it gets treated in the media like this is a isolated incident something that rarely happens and then more often it's not reported at all organizers have been documented cases of what they call the stole lives project they say just over the last two decades thousands of killings have taken place by the hand of police officers they say the majority of these cases have been under reported or brushed aside hundreds every year were killed by the police that the majority of them were unarmed and not involved in any criminal activity when they were killed and also the majority of them were young and either
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black or latino in the mass media is a very good propaganda saw a lot of people are under the impression that people will be a stop their friends who are being gunned somehow criminals one of the major concerns for these protesters seems to be the lack of accountability when it comes to gun violence police brutality and even killings that occur under the hands of law enforcement they see the justice system continues to neglect these cases of violence thus not doing anything to improve the system and bring about real change you have to go through hell and high water just to get a conviction of the officer and what he's convicted for doesn't meet the crime that he's accuse anyone so if not he and found guilty even if he's convicted he gets out on good behavior after serving minimal time activists and families of victims called police brutality in the u.s. a path. considering the united states lectures the rest of the world on human rights it's time to follow its own example not just words but deeds.
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washington on its most useful friend in the middle east are going through a rough patch saudi arabia says it's reconsidering its partnership after the u.s. failed to strike syria and promised talks with iran although america is downplaying the drama saying it's or was. no poetic justice in human rights groups condemned to fifteen year sentence for optimist who criticized the regime via the written word. rose has been held in volgograd in memory of the six victims of a suicide bombing on monday more than forty others were wounded with doctors still fighting to save the lives of the critically hurt linda france piece together what happened on that day from be unassuming start to the horrifying end. october twenty
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first started just like any other monday here in boca gras people woke up with places to go and things to get done heavily using bus stations just like this but for several people needing bus number twenty nine they could never have foreseen how quickly their lives would change when they took that ride. the route ran without incident from morning till afternoon it's a one person got on board thirty year old lie you don't see all of that is when things took a tragic turn anastasio the verano boy was on her way home from classes at the university laughing and talking with the other students crucially it was being in the middle of the bus which saved her life the roof of our shoes when the blast hit everything around me when flying and from that moment i don't remember anything on there recall being thrown onto her window then suddenly finding myself on the street and in a panic i realised something had happened to my hands i was covered in blood. it
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was right here at about two pm local time that a blast ripped through bus twenty nine filled with about forty people first responders thought it was perhaps a malfunction of the buses fuel systems but aside from the shop they fell they asked themselves that this was a gas explosion was the fire. and that that was the city that everybody in the blast was touching their faces and heads asking what happened what happened there was a lot of blood on them and a lot of flesh everywhere i was very afraid i got out of my car and i saw the head lying there i mean my friend took a young boy and his father to the hospital the remnant of an explosive device told the tale shrapnel t.n.t. and a grenade the accident site became a crime scene while r.c. oliver agee hottest from republic of dagestan became the central focus of the investigation and then the story took another twist the attack wasn't meant for
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volgograd at all as the oliver had apparently taken a detour. she had purchased a ticket to moscow and boarded an intercity boss the pass through volgograd when the bus was almost at the city limits i see all of our gado and went back to downtown belgrade right now investigators are trying to find out whether this move had been planned in advance or are over altered the plan along the way looking for a place packed with as many people as possible also under suspicion are three men believed to have helped in the plot to attack the russian capital two from dagestan wanted for twin terror attacks there in two thousand and twelve were said to be waiting for her in moscow on his way there was an aussie all of us husband dimitri sokolov an ethnic russian convert to islam missing since two thousand and twelve some reports suggest the couple had an argument shortly before the attack which may have caused the last minute change in her deadly plans authorities will be keen to
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find her husband in the hope he may have the answers lindsey france r.t. in volgograd it's well known that terrorists pulled the tox hidden away in a small clusters called cells but terrorism nowadays could be changing with criminals opening engaging in society and using social media to raise money. now reports. we don't even know what happened please help us. well this is the russian t.v. program called wait for me it's june two thousand and thirteen and a distraught mother is making an appeal for information for the return of her missing son who's been missing for around a year now it's the type of appeal that's been aired hundreds of times before over the years and at first glance nothing appears to be out of the ordinary and likewise this appeal in a russian social networking site doesn't appear to be out of the ordinary it's an appeal for funds so that a friend can receive medical treatment for an incurable disease well the friend
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turned out to be naive to ask the suicide bomber who carried out monday's volgograd bus bombing of. the sun that turned out to be dimitri circle of an explosives expert wanted by a third season living on the run having converted to islam a married couple headed to dagestan after meeting at a moscow university also received believe that at the very same time these appeals were being made public plans for monday's volgograd bus bombing were being hatched and those who donated rubles to help a sick woman or give information to help a distressed mother later discovered those capable of carrying out such atrocities don't always shun mainstream society and in some cases play an active part in it. and on our website where you can go witness accounts in downtown footage and more on the alleged perpetrators and you can also find out just who they say a side bar was and how much influence she had in radical islamists calls.
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they say and coming up later in the program revelations of the sheer scale of n.s.a. spying in france has the country's politicians in a state of shock. if we are going to follow up in the same direction then they should might be ready for you. as another reporter exposes the alleged u.s. surveillance on the unleashing i was sworn spy away and find diplomatic computer. to keep on giving young women in the u.k. take to specialized online dating sites in the hope older men will hand over the keys to the heinlein that's telling.
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this is aussie welcome back america and his best friend in the gulf may be in for a difficult break up saudi arabia is routing family is upset with changes to u.s. foreign policy the worst case scenario for washington could be a disruption to oil supplies however white house officials insist there right now is no big deal that has all she is going to come explains they've been wrong before . saudi arabia hates the fact that he was didn't bomb syria saudi arabia did everything possible to make it happen and he didn't saudi arabia hates iran and any mentioning of a possible nuclear deal between the us and iran washington and tehran are far from any deal really but even the talk irritates saudi arabia so saudi arabia decided to go public with all that invitation the saudi prince bandar bin sultan said there
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will be quote a major shift away from the u.s. and that it will affect arms purchases and oil sales and most recently citing a protest against the us saudi arabia with use this seat at the u.n. security council so could an ally be turning into a follow up i spoke with professor daoud carol are the u.s. has invested a lot in the relationship with saudi arabia and now saudi arabia is threatening the u.s. i mean talking all supplies and all we hear is this alliance going well the u.s. has heavy price by supporting saudi arabia saudi arabia and many of the gulf countries are probably the most undemocratic the most corrupt and. they have contributed to the sense of alienation between the you. who are. specially. to take this position
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a little bit of starvation. but i think i don't think that there will be a total disconnect but if there will be one it would really the best interest of the. whole. the u.s. would not be associated with a country that generate terrorism it will not be associated with a leader like bhangra who is playing a major role in the bloody war going on in syria and support. the u.s. now downplays that shift with saudi arabia possibly thinking that the saudis are not going to go too far but the us has underestimated dynamic before with saddam hussein he was an ally at one point with a majority in in afghanistan and other folks so in this case it all depends on how four saudi waybe is actually willing to go with this number in virginia i'm going
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to check out and count on simple rhymes can land you in jail a court has upheld their fifteen year sentence for a poet found guilty of insulting their ruler and inciting people to the government the decision for the acts of his who are sympathetic to the arab spring has been condemned by rights organizations nicholas mcgee and a researcher from human rights watch says the case clearly has a political slant. from what we've seen of the poor who are on board onto the internet but doesn't seem to be a say. you know guilty of these offenses and of course you know the offenses are a country to international standards of freedom of expression and we saw it does seem to be a case that has a political slant to it yes i can see out of that amount of material treated pretrial here in addition to that it wasn't present for many of the original trial stations invite he wasn't even present for the the fatal court of appeal decision which was there yesterday morning or else you know what pressure on bahrain
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marching a lot of pressure i mean edited out of grammar and can't always doesn't have the same levels of domestic dissenters the it's the same story the issue really are getting press is migrant workers' rights no boy but generally speaking of international community can be a bit silent where the goals can sound and obviously. to some extent enables them to as you say to get away with some serious human rights violations. a very special souvenir from iran to russia a copy of a cia spy drone to iran says it shot down last year we got nor the story at our web site including how the machine was captured reverse engineered andy card and also that free online. rain over a little bit a european science satellite is expected to fall back to earth and a half years of working overtime it will split into more than fifty pieces of where they would end up if still everyone's gets. and its latest
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official statement on n.s.a. spying in france the uighurs has labelled allegations that it logs a millions of phone calls a lie and this hasn't stopped the newspaper le monde publishing another report about how america got the diplomatic upper hand by bugging computers at the u.n. and wall and half a billion dollars was reportedly used to keep the trini spy program running the sibling of the notorious prison project that allegedly saw millions of machines fire walls and roofs inspected dominick dunne of appin who served as the country's prime minister as well as interior and foreign minister says the you asked cross the line. we knew that. some practices were existed but the search and overall system this came as a surprise for everybody involved what we are seeing today is incredible privileges
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of the us administration or the control of the world system we knew that the us were controlling the financial system through the banking dominance of some big banks through the dollar currency reserve currency but controlling internet controlling the formation you know world this is it privilege and monopoly if we are going to follow the same direction then confrontation might be the look to book and also on this civil rights activist norman solomon things the your answer is trying to undo the damage to its image but isn't even thinking about changing its policy. president obama is extremely adept at dancing through this kind of a firestorm and saying that he's willing to disclose and willing to be more forthcoming and he's willing to re-evaluate frankly he said earlier this year when there was a big speech he gave in washington about the use of drones and yet we saw almost no
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change in actual policy once it could be measured so i think one way to put that in context is that after secretary of state kerry arrived in paris in the last day he told a news conference that he would not discuss intelligence matters so there's a lot of fog coming from the white house and the state department not a lot of substance. and some other wild news making headlines this hour the greek parliament has passed a law banning government funding to policies whose members are involved in criminal activity this means the golden dawn party is funding will be frozen after its leaders were charged in connection with the killing of an anti-fascist musician a dance which caused the violent protests across greece the party denies being a neo nazi movement despite its swastika like symbol. bank of america says the u.s. government has failed to produce any evidence to back up its
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a lawsuit for mortgage fraud with a four week trial coming to an end the bind could be forced to pay a six billion dollars fine if found guilty this is to sion is accused of misleading lenders during the housing boom that led to two thousand and eight mortgage crisis but some economists say big government is just searching for scapegoats. so the banks that were responsible for the how they were it was the government that's actually living the banks right now i mean how they have been over there for probably a half a century is a root directory result of washington policy is this is every u.s. president was like housing has imposed its greatest thing ever the baby with the reserves sort of right in the way they were looking for well in birds of the group very early and rise found them mostly with a big surprise government. and another wall headlines twenty five police officers and three civilians were killed in iraq's
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provinces overnight gunmen and suicide bombers some driving cars full of explosives launched a wave of time six thousand people have been killed in violence across iraq at this year also. hundreds of workers in london's chinatown have stopped work making a racket as they march through the streets in protest at the police raids against illegal immigrants they waved banners with slogans labeling the searchers a racist and poorly targeted more than a dozen businesses in their area in recent months. they're young attractive and have a whole pile of debts to pay outs so some female university students in the u.k. turning to pay for dating websites when men can lavish cash and expensive gifts on the girl or their choice but as our first reports now this modern approach to money
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making can have an unwanted consequence. young pretty student seeks wealthy older man welcome to the world of sugar daddy dating where anything you want question the. bags hair needs can apparently be yours at the click of a button. websites like seeking arrangement link up young sugar babies like nineteen year old sarah with sugar daddies men who are willing to cough up some serious cash how does he think he made a rule he was. being realistic probably. seven in the seeking arrangement launched recently in the u.k. students in particular it seems have taken to the concerts that's not surprising given the rising cost of tuition fees for the controversial dating websites
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released the twenty british universities that have the highest number of students signing up. was one of those that topped the list according to seeking arrangement survey eighty percent of relationships that form through the website involves some form of physical intimacy the remaining twenty percent claim to be platonic i spoke to the site's founder brandon wade about the criticism that this is another form of prostitution it's like a pervert it's like a knife or it is a double edged sword i mean it's how you use the system and how you use the mind well it's a tool to find a better life to find or it can be exploited by using the side to really explode people or as you say to do that the websites say they operate a robust system to weed out these engaging in illegal activity and that they kick off roughly one hundred members every day for violating the rules and if you're
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wondering by now what the payoff is my mama she hard that i was a prosecutor is an obviously like she heard that she actually start. you. do have really good at the. whole thing so if r.t. london and up next it's part two of last angles a documentary in which will be a powerful human story is found among the largest homeless population in america. syria's last chance says the dates for the geneva conference are being arranged the assad regime may sit across from an empty chair syria's rebel oppositions on the ground are hopelessly divided the syrian political opposition in exile is divorced from the brutality on the battlefield so what can geneva two point zero hope to achieve. is on
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skip around some local residents needed their child to watch the police. my mother in law father both came to california in one nine hundred fifty six and they both got a job downtown l.a. work in a bullish department store on seventh and broadway. my father had been living downtown is since. but my mother she lives out in the projects the bad part of it was that i ended up hanging out in my mother's old neighborhood where i ended up joining the games and so for near i got into my diction my addiction landed me in front of a judge. because you're doing robberies he said you have to go to state prison so they say as soon as me to an eighteen year state prison. when i was doing my time in prison i became really more radical i was like go on the revolutionary before i got out you know i i promised all of that when i get out i would give back
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for all the wrong that i've been doing as a gang member and grown up in my life right so when i got out the first thing i did was i came back to steal a role. so one day to bicycle security goes from the biggest improvement if you call a suburban shirts had just one twisted home up in the air and it was about to break the woman on so i say what are you doing man this is little woman cohen boys you crazy because i got shot a picture got by i say so you go to break girl because you got a pipe so the lady was dramatic i know i know my eyeliner right so she tried to run she mobile up her head to learn to go see my letter goes with a little girl and she opened up her hand it was a night light or so i told myself when i was a homeless man some that we don't but it's for sure i'm still the general so i tell myself i've got to go get me some soldiers while i'm you know walking around and i talked to one of my friends and he.


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