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was. breaking news here on r t five top military and security leaders in ukraine pledge their allegiance to the authorities and people of the autonomous republic of crimea . i don't think we need the offices he. is illegitimately so it sees this is a truly historic day. resistance to the rule from kiev is spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen cities against the far right nationalistic no power after the coup. and in this week's other news diplomatic swordplay between venezuela and the united states as deadly clashes in caracas and beyond see washington accused of fueling the trouble. and a controversial christian group patrols the streets of london claiming it wants to
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counter aggressive islamification as one local leader branded them vigilantes. with a look back at the past seven days top stories and the latest developments this is the weekly on our team international starting with our breaking news now for more top military and security leaders have decided to side with local authorities in the southern ukrainian region of crimea these are the latest images of them pledging allegiance to the autonomous republic earlier the commander of ukraine's naval forces rejected the interim government in kiev instead choosing to serve the autonomous region. i. swear allegiance to the people of the autonomous republic of crimea and the hero city of
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sevastopol i swear to strictly comply with the orders of the supreme commander of crimea and the commanders of military units approved by him as well as with the requirements of military regulations i swear to honorably perform my duty and protect the life and freedom of the residents of crimea and the city of sevastopol crimean authorities are now in the process of creating their own defense male ministry and naval fleet more and more ukrainian troops based on the crimean peninsula are now joining local authorities effectively putting them in full control of the territory artie's more if and has more. for a more high ranking officials earlier on sunday they had of a crime nears border control security service as well as emergency and interior ministry has pledged their allegiance to the crimean authorities earlier on sunday as well we heard that the commander of ukraine's naval forces did the same swearing to strictly comply with the orders to the supreme commander of the autonomy this
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region mr berezovsky was appointed to this post by the country's new earth or a chase after previous command to had resigned now we're hearing that following these pledged they authorities in kiev dismissed mr very softly from his post of that command of ukraine's naval forces meanwhile the military the ukrainian military stationed here in the crimea are pledging on mass their allegiance to the crimean authorities in crimea and people earlier crimea as prime minister claimed control under police military security and all other services here in the region and today we heard an official statement from mr external shortly after all mark of . today on march second twenty fourteen i have issued an order by order none of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in so fast a poll should have any decisions all given by the self-proclaimed authorities of ukraine including those of the legally appointed defense minister they must not
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obey any orders to use arms until my special instruction if you comply hard and fast with orders issued by me as the commander in chief of the autonomous republic of crimea and the city use of us the pole immediately convey this order to the personnel of the cranium naval forces stationed in service to pole i'd like to thank all the officers who have chosen to oppose the orders of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic day we're also hearing from local authorities here in the crimea that the situation is now told. under their control and under the control of how we know them here so called self defense school is made up of locals who are working in coordination with regional police patrolling streets day and night and not only protecting governmental buildings or strategic areas but actually all. parties where if an action of their reporting from crimea in the south of ukraine
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but it's not just this region where people are refusing to recognize the interim government in kiev and wave of protests are spreading across the east of the country as well artie's alexy are has more from kharkov. certainly the division in the country which maria was talking about was very easily tangible here on saturday when the pro russian activists and those who are not supporting the new with authorities in kiev collapsed with the so called activists of the year of my down to work securing the local administration they managed to get inside the administration and put a russian flag on top of it they have been reports of tear gas used and scores of injured the official line of that more than a hundred people were brought to hospitals with different sorts of injuries rocks were flying sticks and bateman's were used against each other so it was pretty pretty violent here pretty much the same story has been happening well maybe not as violent doesn't have to go but along the same line what's happening in many other cities in the east of ukraine in the city of donetsk and you put it all school grounds get many other cities in then yes for instance this is also one of the
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largest cities the industrial center of ukraine that the people of voted not to trust the authorities in kiev and they even called on a referendum to be held in the nearest future to decide the future of the whole region right now it's pretty much quiet but i've just listened to one of the activists of the euro my down talking in kiev from the stage that ukrainian flags must be reinstated on all governmental buildings and all local administration buildings in the east of the country where this all might go nobody knows it's pretty much a powder keg and we certainly don't know what to expect in the nearest future here in the east of the country president putin says the measures being taken fully justified because russian citizens and ethnic russians face a real threat from radical alter nationalists moscow is considering the potential deployment of its military to keep the peace in crimea following a plea from local authorities after government buildings were attacked more on that now from die a push. situation is very serious and even dangerous in the autonomous republic of
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crimea more than half of its population is ethnic russians and the force to ward off attacks from radical groups that came to power in kiev as a result of last week's coup now the russian president vladimir putin has addressed the parliament asking for the support of potential military help let's now listen to what he's had to say because of the extraordinary situation in ukraine which represents a threat to the laws of russian citizens our compatriots in the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized the federation council unanimously approved the move it was specifically reiterated by both the senators and the presidential spokesman that the deployment was optional depending on the severity of the threat
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to the russian nationals living in the crimea and the south east territories of ukraine it simply gives the russian president the right to react promptly in case of infiltration of radical groups into those territories if there are attacks of nationalistic radicals on ethnic russians or if assaults continue similar to the ones that take place on the first of march in the crimea as capital simferopol. to understand why crimea refuses to recognize the new leader think here and why it has appealed to russia for help at the artes website we have the historical background to how the peninsula was separated from russia and why the majority of the population want to return. to talk of russia sending troops has led to a sharp international response and president obama said moscow is breaching international law and could end up isolated can. joined in by condemning putin's
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military intervention both of them plus britain and france have decided to suspend preparations for the g eight summit in sochi the e.u.'s foreign policy chief weighed in deploring russia's potential use of force and her british colleague says there is no excuse for outside military intervention all this despite moscow still not having decided whether to send troops r t is going to check on has more on what was probably the strongest threat. secretary kerry threaten to isolate russia economically and politically he threatened asset freezes and visa bans he said russia may not remain in the g eight there were threats and there was criticism take a listen. it's really nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century and there is no way to start with you just don't invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests while the interviewer never asked him what about iraq what about constant threats to use force coming from washington
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even though secretary kerry has not received those questions they certainly kwassa the minds of those who saw the interview since when does the united states government genyen genuinely subscribers and the friends of the can understand the concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity they certainly not do not at the moment in syria where they're backing militants who have taken over who to trust in the north and in the east of the country they certainly didn't do that with their tanks maybe they certainly didn't do that when they invaded iraq they certainly didn't do that when they attacked serbia as a kosovo and then later on recognize cause i was in the e.u. last rules declaration of independence the united states government really pays lip service to suffering see and have a story with integrity picks and chooses during the sunday interview secretary kerry was also asked about israel about prime minister netanyahu upcoming visit
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about the peace process of course on those issues we heard a very different secretary kerry careful diplomatic calling for negotiations no appeals to the u.n. charter not a word about israel breaking international law in the us supporting it so you get a sense that the u.s. is appealing to the u.n. charter when it's in its interests foreign policy analyst soraya sepah poor old record told us washington stance on sovereignty and independence is confusing at best. even though even if we put aside their childhoods washington invaded grenada i mean the pretext of saving some of the u.s. citizens there washington is very responsible for what we see happening here not only washington but if i were allies oh and was there for the united states to threaten russia with sanctions isolation is what i see is these we're going to wake up and read the headlines that washington does impose sanctions on itself so if if you're not going along with it could this be orchestrated by the west which is what
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this really amounts to regime change a coup then you do fear for your well being and russia if russia does not extend you thought to its allies to sit is no my our neighbors then russia will lose credibility as a power that is looked upon. while crimean authorities saw protection from moscow the leader of a far right group appealed to one of the world's most notorious terrorists for help on a social network a right sector nationalist lawmaker asked. to step up attacks against russia mara is the leader of the chechen islamist movement and an internationally wanted terrorist basically russia's equivalent to of some of bin laden he masterminded a wave of attacks on civilians in russia including the bombings of moscow's domodedovo airport and metro system which took the lives of hundreds of people all of that in a bid to create an islamic state in southern russia ruled by sharia law. russia's
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foreign ministry responded to the overture to the chechen militant by pointing out the radical nature of those in power now in ukraine while the ultra nationalist leader later claimed his page where the message was posted had been hacked earlier my colleague new leadership of all of us spoke to journalist neil clark he says that such a move would be in line with the anti russian attitude of radical groups in ukraine . we think back to the one nine hundred ninety s. you know we had a lot of ukrainian hardcore neo nazis traveling out to chechnya to fight in the so-called war for separatism for russia so there's always been this link for the last twenty years or so between the most sort of hard right extremist factions in ukraine and the islamist cause in chechnya the radical islamist cause so this is an alliance that goes back quite a long way really and of course there's a third tranche of this alliance which is the neo conservatives in the west what unites the neo conservatives in the west with ukrainian neo nazis and radical islamists in chechnya is of course their hatred for russia they will do anything however extreme to get at russia and so i think this ukrainian crisis is sort of
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reminded us once again the sort of axis of evil that's ranged against russia that combines neo conservatives in washington and in britain and in france and elsewhere with radical b.-o. nazis in ukraine and radical islamists in chechnya this really is a kind of alliance that is targeting russia and this is just a reminder really at the same time the right sector denying that peeling to march saying its website was hanks' is that some kind of damage control now that. oh absolutely i think that this is becoming rather embarrassing for the west really is the fact is that they used the far right to get their people in power in kiev and now these statements are coming out now the extremism is there for everybody to see they're in complete denial and i think that the right sector is trying to sort of it's trying to sort of back down from this now but it's all there i mean we know that they've got to they've had links retraction radicals we know that they are radical far right you know nazi group. and now they're trying to sort of say they
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wasn't there when the web site was hacked it doesn't wash i'm afraid i think we know this extremism is there it's there for everybody to see and this anti russian obsession from the western elites is costing this all be a it's very dangerous it could provoke who knows war perhaps until the west elites drop this and drop this anti russian obsession this neo conservative influenced obsession with russia i think even eyes in russia then i'm afraid we're only going to get more chaos in the next few weeks or months the parents it's not just an interest chechen terrorists that nationalists have appealed to for help russian border guards have detained an activist who took part in riots in the ukrainian capital he claims there were many foreigners fighting on streets. there were many foreigners of mine down i can even give you rough numbers there were about sixty americans who were still were there were also germans thirty to forty of them poles and turks too although i'm not sure how many but the americans were by far the most active there were also misfits from all over ukraine people
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without jobs without education they came because they knew there was anarchy you can do anything and no one can stop you there were drugs alcohol violence it attracted the. young argued describe the best is so recognizable in the new regime parties you're in it takes a look at the dangerous tactics some radicals are using to assert their power. this was supposed to be a step towards a brighter future. but now it's heading in a different direction which is the right and no one tells us when to bear arms and when not to you didn't give them to us and you won't take them away you want to take my gun you want to take away my rifle you want to take away my knife you come here and take it the very same man who happens to be one of the leaders of the group known as the right sector could be seen supplementing his words with actions . yes. yes. yes.
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they thought yes yes. yes they did but usually russia is ukraine's eternal enemy and while there exists a russian empire in any form it cannot be any real true national independence for the ukrainian people right secretary of the militant arm of the my don has taken over two floors in kiev's central hotel artie's crew caught them breaking in to knock you by the room for your attention don't create problems for yourself we know you're inside there get out with your arms in the air this is a simple check of identification we will get inside one way or the other don't be afraid and this in a town of a lot of fun called sc the tree draped with hanging nooses and to sign that reads traitors of ukraine this is not specified who the traders are and today's ukraine many can fit the bill former officials police russians jews anyone associated with
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the former ruling party of the regions instilling fear is no a tactic for those who claimed to be peacefully demonstrating for democratic reforms in a ghost go until. more than one hundred forty thousand people in ukraine have lodged asylum applications with russia artist medina question of explains that it's a reflection of the insecurity being felt by a large swath of the population people in ukraine are very war of course their worries as fear is growing in ukraine as there is absolutely no clarity of what is happening in the country was going to happen in the near future and many people in ukraine mostly in south and eastern parts are not at all accepting the new leadership as legitimate and they are feeling very insecure because of that with the right to weigh in hardliners just putting themselves at the court of the upheaval and seeking to control the new government mania right now rushing to banks
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trying to withdraw cash from their bank accounts from a.t.m. and that's on top of that that led to the national bank a few crane introduced a temporary laments migration service just said that the number of asylum applications received from ukraine has increased significantly even numbers such as one hundred thousand as silent applications have been received within the past two weeks alarming figures over crimea ends it quickly became clear that the new government in kiev was going to push forward policies that might make life more difficult including removing russian as a second official language in the country's regions igor piskun all reports on the frustration of people in crimea where russian is spoken by the vast majority. they met in the grammy a and are now building a family here and on his mother is ukrainian but all the relatives on his father's
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side are from russia once they see is an ethnic russian from she claims to have left what her native language became oppressed and what it doesn't as you know the more languages you speak the more you can learn and comprehend i want my child to be able to learn all of them without any restrictions but the new authorities in kiev were of a nationalist presence among them seem to disagree one of the first things they did after storming to power was cancel russian as the second official language in regions where ethnic russians make up the majority causing confusion even among local civil servants but. most of the people who come here are russian speakers some don't even understand ukrainian not to mention legal terms how can they read and understand documents surveys indicate that an absolute majority of crimea and speak russian as their main language but many are now practically forced to be taught in schools attend court or even get medical prescriptions in ukrainian. a couple of bubbles see
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a patient speaks only russian what should the doc to do given the prescription and ukrainian not only will these laws work they're lonely aggravate the situation. aggravation which is far to ignore here in the crimea for the past few days now pro russian activists have been gathering in the center of the crimean capital protesting against the new authorities in kiev and their policies and saying they are ready to protect their national identity everything that is seen as russian in any way is under assault so just by virtue of the need for self defense one can see why crimea and other parts of eastern ukraine are moving ever closer to moscow. have plans to hold a nationwide early presidential election in late may mean authorities have now decided to hold a referendum on the republic separating from ukraine altogether. crimea. on the latest updates about the situation in ukraine is on air and online free floating. in crimea they suck defense forces have become something of an attraction
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for locals enjoying a weekend people pose for photos and make sandwiches at the full story that our website are you got. that more news coming up right at first our praxair with us. this immediately though so we leave that may be. the same bush is secure. the party there's an. issue is that no one is asking with the guests that you deserve answers from. politics. are today.
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talks between the u.n. secretary general ban ki moon and venezuela's foreign minister are expected to focus on the mass protests gripping the country at least eighteen people have been left dead in the clashes activists there have been rallying over the state's economic woes and a drastic surging crime president maduro has kicked out three american diplomats after accusing washington of stoking the unrest while the u.s.
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state department responded in kind by sending home venezuelan officials gregory well port from venezuela analysis dot com says the u.s. doesn't mind the violence. the united states has imposed material and charges for a very long time and so has the conservative government in colombia both governments have seen various ways whether it is by the r.c. for doing the paramilitary is going to going to sway them from colombia or also the us government supporting opposition groups with funding and with this public statements that for example kerry recently gave secretary of state kerry gave which essentially gives you a position a shot in the arm because of the legitimate that there are protests even though it's quite clear that most of the protests are out there are being violent and are seeking common protections with at least. circumstantial evidence president obama calls on israel to halt the assassination of iranian scientists but in
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a bid to secure bad relations with iran the white house left its close out mideast ally in hot water over the killings and down at our website plus. covering the head for religious reasons by muslim women has caused plenty of controversy in some care opinion countries but fifa says there's no problem with doing it on a football pitch more on our to dot com. scotland yard has been investigating a controversial christian group that claims it wants to counter aggressive islamification it do it by trying to draw out muslims by drinking and smoking outside one of britain's biggest mosques sarah for the details. i want to get through some of the sound of the vehicles given to the christian prolifically there's a knee patrol in town wholesomely hills the small but make sure it's muslim patrols any political group calling themselves britain first have responded by forming what they've dubbed christie and patrols and this patrol comes complete with armored
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vehicles. the whole thing is. he joins them as they took to the streets in east london where we having full. road why the area because that's what. happens if. you make fun of the group is being described as far right many of the members a former b.m.p. or e.t.l. they really get to differentiate themselves from these grapes and insist they don't want to be associated with violence but tactics such as baiting when members stand with big cans to try and lure out the muslim patrols have proven controversial and some members of the group have already faced the rest we know here during the. problems for any one of the. muslim extremists are carrying out they sure are trying. to confront them do you think the christian patrols
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intimidating. despite having a poorly condemned the muslim patrols at the time the east london mosque has been singled out by the christian patrol for criticism the mosques say they feel caught in the middle and are worried the patrol could inflame fragile community relations our community certainly feels threatened by. what the public needs to understand is that none of these groups represent the mainstream community or wider society out on london's streets and well there's not much support to be found here either. pretty close to the border with you shouldn't have the love. story. to be any problem do you think it's all going to be completely peaceful here when you see there are going to be moments where obviously often there's
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a potential for trouble there always will be there's nothing we can do to avoid that you could not patrol here and then just leave these members of the public to be harassed part of shura patrols. but this sure patrols have to be both ways in the day with the somebody but that's not what we've been told since a number of arrests last year the muslim patrols have gone to ground despite the christian patrol activity the muslim patrols have safe not taken the bait so. the london and other world news now almost ninety people have been killed in a number of terror attacks in nigeria over the weekend two blasts left at least fifty dead in a marketplace in the north east of the country more are feared buried under the rubble gunmen also sell to villages shooting down a further thirty nine is the most boko haram group is believed to be behind the bloodshed. volcano in the south american country of
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guatemala erupted on sunday spewing ash into the sky authorities are now mauling whether to evacuate the local population to safety it is the second time this year that volcano has erupted the first time was in january when much of the surrounding area was damaged by lava flows flights were diverted to avoid the ash cloud. the pakistani branch of the taliban has announced a month long troops with islam about they claim they want to restart peace talks authorities in the country responded by promising to suspend attacks on militant faces this comes after militants suffered heavy losses including the deaths of a number of leaders and key members. north korea has fired short distance missiles off its eastern coast according to seoul it's the second incident in the last few days and comes shortly after the start of annual military drills between the u.s. and south korea military exercises in or around the korean peninsula often trigger
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a heightened tension. the official policy of labeling nuclear power as one of the greatest threats to the environment has left germany in desperate need of alternative resources but as our reports the race for energy for green energy that is could be doing even more damage. welcome to outer wash population two hundred forty one it's a place that steeped in history the bell in this church was forged before columbus sailed for america and locals here have centuries old claim to the land it's we're all rick schultz was born and it's where he intends to die his family has owned this farm since fifteen sixty she learned a trade from his father and plans to hand the business down to his son in law this has been our homeland for centuries it means everything to us but my family and my fellow villagers here face a terrible prospect our homes could soon be raised and our businesses destroyed.
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it's what's beneath the land an estimated two hundred fifty million tons of brown coal that threatens to wipe out a wash and two nearby villages off the map they have machines or strip mining the ground lignite or brown coal and you can see a size of this operation a coal mine behind me is already the size of several small towns but the company. wants to grow this we dish energy giant wants to double the size of the open cast mine vote in fall needs more lignite for its power plant one of the dirtiest in europe the local children call it the cloud making factory it's one of the most polluting fossil fuels and it's supposed to be a thing of the past germany gets nearly twenty five percent of its electricity from solar and wind with a goal of eighty percent renewables by twenty fifty yet the country burned more brown coal last year than at any time since the one nine hundred ninety s. the dirty downside of chancellor merkel's nuclear phaseout more than nine hundred
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villagers are risk of being displaced and for some there's a feeling of history repeating itself in this region thousands had been resettled after the second world war when the communist governments depended on brown coal to power its cities and factories. it makes me furious just furious first the government comes in starts developing alternative sources of energy and now we've come back to brown coal i feel very disillusioned we simply can't go back to our practices. residents have launched their own campaign to keep the diggers at bay but it's questionable if they can keep up the fight these are tiny villages with aging populations facing an energy giant with deep pockets a definitive decision has yet to be made on the fate of the villages involved in fall does move then it likely won't be for many more years and approval by state authorities is still pending although local activists aren't optimistic so the
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three villages will basically be gone if the plans of the prince. go through the parliament through. to be moved it's developed often on our laws protect the interests of the coal mining industry and the industry managed to convince politicians that if the country abandons cold l.b. major problems with electricity supply quite honestly the buyouts intimacy the company has said that it will recreate outer wash elsewhere a church for a church it promises a house for a house but for residents like all rick schultz giving up is simply not an option when a few off on him by the hearing include my ancestors fought in the thirty year war with sweden in the seventeenth century object and they defended this land and i will also stand firm and fight for my land i cannot imagine what happens if i lose this battle when reporting in outer wash germany and they see catherine of.
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coming right up after the break a building what the economic challenges me what scares me a crane is facing right now that's in venture capital.
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look at the global financial headlines to name two kinds of reports on our. language. we can. choose to use the consensus to. choose the opinions that you. choose the stories that impact the life choose the access to. it was. the it was venture capital with me take your brain this week we focus on ukraine to come to remains on the brink of bankruptcy see just a participant point is dealing with its own battle injury and all the blow to its
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reputation we were all russia's currency the ruble is taking a battering of it i thought ukraine treasury is at sea with debt at around eighty percent of the value of the entire economy the country's currency is loitering around the ten year low at the moment losing around a fifth of its value just this mob credit agency fitch has downgraded the economy to junk status ukraine's acting an e.u. i.m.f. economic package soon but the i.m.f. loan promise last august fell through and in december ukraine signed a fifteen billion dollar deal with russia plus the gas discounts of course this has been postponed into the new government is formed. ready holds three billion dollars worth of ukrainian debts which was issued last december of course so how is all of this been affecting the russian economy while the russian ruble has also been hit stubbornly stuck at a five year low as investors back away from
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a mugging market is with the threat of a debt default by ukraine rising the russian economy is unlikely to get back those three billion dollars last a concert at the moment russian stocks have also slumped including gas brum which provides ukraine with sixty percent of its gas ukraine is also the main transit route for russian gas to europe where gas from has a quarter of the market share the country already owes russia about one point six billion dollars a month for natural gas so for more all the russian economy how it's been affected impacts is in order this hour. in the financial strain on ukraine i'm now joined by robots also head of the neo liberal think tank the breweries group the situation at the moment is ukraine nate they say thirty five billion dollars to get themselves back. where is that going to come from because as i understand it it's not going to be one source is going to have to go to several sources in order to
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get help do you think that that could create some complications in itself. yes the ukraine would then become in the bidding itself to other countries around the world offering offering itself in exchange for financing in exchange for people taking on the ukraine economies dates that create a bad political situation it's not one which is conducive to ukraine being an active independent country course didn't have to happen this to come to pass it didn't have to get this way but of course if countries are going to get involved in promoting regime change within ukraine which is now taken place and there would always be instability which dries up foreign direct investment it dries up people buying ukrainian which is why it's gone to junk status really the whole process of what's happened in ukraine is deeply regrettable and the situation has been
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generated where the economic future is looking very bleak we've already seen tensions on the street to put it very modestly and dave when these reforms come into play if the i.m.f. loan is except says what's going to happen then that concerns me as well do you think the. we could have more problems it will sterrett see is really high since. exactly box when the oil mess loans are money there is always the conditions which are very onerous upon those who are saving the money we look at the money that was loaned to greece of course ruined their economy because they had to be except that their assets were boy you pm central bank and the international monetary fund had to accept deep cuts to pensions to education because of welfare spending which actually created a deeper economic crisis a massive unemployment. we're told me and i. just would really create
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economic tensions and austerity as well as accepting more regulation from the european union will be the last thing that ukraine actually needs ok robert we'll leave it there let's just hope things get results very quickly for the sake of the people on the streets there is getting for a dangerous and i'll stay in days robert oulds thank you for your time today a really very much appreciated the future of the digital currency bit quiet has once again been called into question because mt gox which is based in japan was once the largest coin exchange mysteriously disappeared this week due to a reported million dollar theft customers have been able to withdraw their funds to more than two weeks now to discuss what this means for the big i'm now going to be joined by currency experts. india will. tell me how much more can
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the bit coin it take before people finally go off of this crude current say. honestly i don't know if you would go by a prediction but can would not have existed in the first place and to us really the question isn't so important as bitcoin for us has really been approve of a concept and it has already delivered this has been a great success of through the door open to questions about money and what money could be really never been asked in this public arena before and this and this and it is already excess but cohen has had a real roller coaster on thinking about the silk road incidents as wildly mt gox this week does it prove the regulated car is drunk considering so much has gone roll. there is really only if you look at this one currency only there are hundreds of unregulated currencies by which we probably just mean not
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controlled by the states out in the open and they have little to do with the crypto currency that we don't use on the recent years there is great examples all over the world from business to business exchanges that use their own currencies to help businesses to trade with each other through social currencies or even local municipalities now issuing their own currency for example in front of the secure phone on issue one for the business community the city of amsterdam issuing one for the engagement of citizens in city planning and activities there's a number of really great examples out there how unregulated currency in this sense have already worked and delivered it's really only if you design a currency with these specific features and properties as bitcoin that you can quickly see all these troubles coming right behind us well but the fact is because it is the only one that anyone has held of really on the mainstream so you think the coin in a way has given cryptocurrency is
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a bad image. well it's all part of a very long learning curve and bitcoin as the currency now getting a lot of big bad news is of course a concern in terms of communications it's always been our effort to actually educate people and regulators and businesses and implementers at the same time to what their currency actually is and what the difference to a payment system is and once we get those message across the currency has failed but bitcoin the payment system the protocol has really created revolutionary innovations in the sector that it was long due for an overhaul that will stick and that will create good news and really revenue over evolutionary newton opportunities let's right and center while people modeling about what went wrong with that car and how we can make it better in the end actually to these new currency that will change the financial system as we know. switzerland's banking and credit suisse is accused of helping us customers to can still buy us with
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accounts in order to avoid paying billions of dollars in american taxes according to a report from the us government the swiss bank created force fees are applications and organized business in secret for most controlled lifts in its quest to hide tens of billions of dollars from u.s. authorities credit suisse c brady dougan said that he deeply regrets that some of its bank has violated u.s. tax laws but that was only gases evidence of improper conduct a riot is made a lot of talk about corporate users believing in taking off rights is also my. stopwatch thing with a rating agency fitch ratings process will continue working with standard and poor's and just a few other large russian companies thank you great to be on call mike the vast also recently severed ties with they use the agency of a lot of professionals as that. russia's largest children's retailer our plans to
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offer on initial public offering. and you are in london with mobbed children's world will place more than one hundred eighty four maybe in jazz on the london stock exchange this follows a russian retailer led to his debut on friday diamonds producer. plans to increase diamond production to forty million cars they did by twenty twenty the company which produces a portion of the world doesn't generate is a net profit of nine hundred ten million dollars the planned expansion will be possible wants to do vines begin watching the full capacity. in russia old believe me as it's called hair which is just a week old feasting before and of course on the average russian will spend fourteen dollars indulging and that passion powder kegs according to a study by the. index which says that the perfect pancake considers.
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itself consists of a key to gram of course enough taffy all to fill them and to haul a liter of water last year russians spend less on their pancake week and that was mainly because what's co was chief last year so there we are kavya and my goodness that is it posted to capitol heights you've been enjoying your crying jags me myself i like it atlanta like it if. you can tell me on twitter i'll be over we can i haven't decided what i'm going to give up for that yeah i'm thinking even took out all i want to do i have got on the bike. in two thousand and one of the first introduced by wiki leaks was a secret video recording that actually looked like a video game showing two american action political actors in. in fire of
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a dozen people in iraq this is going to commence to live in a society images of violence become normal this is what the sense of isolation lack of empathy look like. we try and experienced and. disassociate. in action. but we also have a sense from certain kinds of moral. i absolutely am frightened of the potential of games desensitize people we know they can because the military uses games just says . the war is not so bloody but it is killing and killing exacts a penalty of the killer. people for whom it is defined by the popular media that.
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and there are no more can. be off a story. right from the scene. first rush to shoot and i would think the troops.
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on a reformist twitter. on instagram. would be an. on top. this is what you adjust your mental tuning children of the industrial revolution we come face to read seems to be running out of steam as well as a boil coal gas water to old trees we can just like to birds but in some of the ratio of energy expended to energy actually required to find just six of the books millions of easter island is a full day class to expire we're joined by tom to speak on this and just anyone know how to kill fish before it collapses with not much time left to get some
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answers we took while leaving nations speaking for america general back stuff this is a zero tolerance with recoil we don't need more energy to retrieve oil from the oil the receipt for the oil we retrieve for recessions prepare for two years. we supply this energy crisis such as this we america obama is wise and more such responsible if i just futuristic. the next old pipeline riverside shoot for the border our sense of size and streaming on the cars trucks of the far left is that safe living twelve times so far and we should pay the fine right but how is this so you could create subscribe to try to get the jobs by the never to spend on foreign oil it appears one has to have to go to war to get to the american bomb has the next possible nation to show us the cool chinese minister benny see why so damn thanks for breaking your plate as you can see for. the time amazing but
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you say you don't want to quit profound and how do you plan to bring that about by putting the colors right we can't come policy to tolerate success so we can take what we have and use a call to watch but what about tibet we do hear tools to free tibet for china to free zone for free energy policy michel. was a copy last impossible job of some honest truth because the solutions of the super powers what about the super rich have they got some nuances and guests discussing these pressing matters all intrapreneur which should go here's what's really good on the disparate show these people the high tech shift we should. seize the steel on and. i think it's time to show that it's time to a job so she must live and die right from mars again the pundits and the panel such
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as the collapse of. civilians in the with the flu so what's the time we colonize the solar system what should you pray for. help the people of earth you're playing let's get to the planning of capturing would be men dragging them back to the old would be confined to the same old just suck it out of them but the truth isn't dangerous what if an asteroid crashed on earth because you miscalculated. for some are usage and collected to stay in the sun so you know we can count on your results from the sky what other energy sources can we find translucency what is your view of the city limits here suppressing the truth from the fish to the cinema possibly preprinted some political support for a change that the trying to. influence in technology and the right because the contempt and the coming from you are one. thing time and scientists
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will there be industry climate change to make energy when all energy should be available on a free public. speaking about land use solutions for the crisis we have a prime minister of australia tony abbott the sun says aussie this late edition straight ahead not bad news from the club a commission because you will because. loveless from a farce the. mining company forces the. funding in such deadly food to the mistakes that if you want to cheer to kill a child commissar the sixers dish it surely is the opposite sides to believe but it changes nothing we could see orbs challenges and thoughts from free thinkers and leaders on this forum yet time we still seem stalled with no way forward but what we can in the cool of the jews channeling little a little who's trying to confer with weight is that because. the surgeon what have
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you got to say on the energy crisis concerning slaves to fifty forty street which are supposed to get you centric series yes we know this song at the center of the song to try lucian research opposing my degree to see the lives of centuries but now i do accept i see your loop still quite good which is wrong because of the specific laws you are such a big dog just stick to trust to cover the news not just a place in the cosmos you want to pick your most such good because you could just see the center. just stumbles around the sun in a cycle some of the boats have been in one spot so hopes of a signal the. other planets need reminding you that because we're returning with such force to provide us this by streaming this or some crisis what gets those invited and all who surprised now a final thought before we end the sightings many of our programs do require recent findings scientific advances new tools and devices but this crisis acquires
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a realignment of power which has to happen not in a lab mind the second heliocentric revolution has already begun but we have time to check this great ship piece of the sun we shot stars like for them to talk this point is next month as we search for more answers. wealthy british style. is not tied to the spotlight on. target. markets why not scandals. find out what's really happening to the global economy in these kinds of reports.
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they look like bounty yard. where the locals can enjoy the sun and the ocean. but what was buried here years ago. means these people are suffering the consequences. how much more poison lies on the this ground. when the behind this still is when there is what we call the callet bankole which there is because it alters the code you're left by security test was closed to the station of radionuclides despite what you know he's cleaning up it's there remains the don't hold it i just a little less than two of the laws of the sodium when you're stuck in a rock fall down to the coral reef and over south of i ten meters down nuclear tests a never ending legacy on oxy. the wheel caught on the roadside just a car skidded at breakneck speeds and fell into
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a ditch and i was thrown out of the car she was like a broken dome it wasn't a single soul piece left that's it i thought if i lived and had a chance to start my life from scratch with it i would start making goals to help children and going right after he was born the baby was all in casts. his legs are getting bigger and the ortho says get too small so we have to order a new one it's said lawyer has raised money for us she helps us to get a leg braces five years after my potentially fatal injuries in a car crash i gave birth to my little niece. i think she's my reward for helping all those children who are selling to dos to buy life for the children.
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breaking news here on our t.v. five top military and security leaders in new crain pledge their allegiance to the authorities and people of the autonomy republic of crimea. but like to thank me this is. a legitimate authority this is a truly historic day. resistance to rule from kiev is spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen cities against the far right nationalists taking up power after the coup. and in this week's other news diplomatic swordplay between venezuela and the united states as deadly clashes in caracas and beyond see washington accused of fueling the trouble. and a controversial christian group patrols the streets of london claiming it wants to
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counter aggressive islamification as one local leader branded them vigilantes. with a look back at the past seven days top stories in the latest developments this is the weekly an r t international starting with our breaking news now for more top military and security leaders have decided to side with local authorities in the southern ukrainian region of crimea these are the latest images of them pledging allegiance to the autonomous republic earlier the commander of ukraine's naval forces rejected the interim government in kiev instead choosing to serve the autonomy region. yeah. in the spirit of ski swear allegiance to the people of the autonomous republic of crimea and the hero city of sevastopol i swear to strictly comply with the orders of the supreme commander of crimea and the
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commanders of military units approved by him as well as with the requirements of military regulations i swear to honorably perform my duty and protect the life and freedom of the residents of crimea and the city of sevastopol crimean authorities are now in the process of creating their own defense ministry and naval fleet more and more ukrainian troops based on the crimean peninsula are now joining local authorities effectively putting them in full control of the territory parties where if a national has more. for a more high ranking officials earlier on sunday they had of crimea's border control security service as well as a notice in interior ministry has pledged their allegiance to the crimean authorities earlier on sunday as well we heard that the commander of ukraine's naval forces did the same swearing to strictly comply with the orders to the supreme commander of the autonomy this region mr berezovsky was appointed to this post by the country's new earth or a chase after previous command to had resigned now we're hearing that following
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these pledged they authorities in kiev dismissed mr very softly from his post of the commander of ukraine's naval forces meanwhile the military the ukrainian military stationed here in the crimea are pledging on mass their allegiance to the crimean authorities in crimea and people earlier crimea as prime minister claims control under police military security and all other services here in the region and today we heard an official statement from mr external shortly after all mark. today on march second twenty fourteen i have issued an order by order none of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in so fast to poll should have any decisions or orders given by the self-proclaimed authorities of ukraine including those of the legally appointed defense minister they must not obey any orders to use arms until my special instruction if you comply hard and fast with orders issued by me as the
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commander in chief of the autonomous republic of crimea and the city of sevastopol immediately conveyed this order to the personnel of the cranium naval forces stationed in the poll i'd like to thank all the officers who have chosen to oppose the orders of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic day we're also hearing from local authorities here in the crimea that the situation is now told. under their control and under the control of how we know them here so called self-defense school is made up of locals who are working in coordination with bridge you know police patrolling streets day and night and not only protecting governmental buildings or strategic areas but actually all. artes more if a national they're reporting from crimea and the south of ukraine but it's not just this region where people are refusing to recognize the interim government in kiev and wave of protests are spreading across the east of the country as well article
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has more from the city of kharkov. certainly the division in the country which maria was talking about was very easily tangible here on saturday when the pro russian activists and those who are not supporting the new with authorities in kiev a collapsed with the so-called activists of the year in my down who are securing the local administration they managed to get inside the administration and put a russian flag on top of it there have been reports of tear gas used and scores of injured the official line here in haifa that more than a hundred people were brought to hospitals with different sorts of injuries rocks were flying sticks and bacon's were used against each other so it was pretty pretty violent here pretty much the same story has been happening well maybe not as violent doesn't have to go but along the same line what's happening in many other cities in the east of ukraine in the city of donetsk and even a bit of school grounds going many other cities in then yes for instance this is also one of the largest cities the industrial center of ukraine the people of voted
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not to trust the authorities in kiev and they even called on a referendum to be held in the nearest future to decide the future of the whole region right now it's pretty much quiet but i've just listened to one of the activists of the euro my down talking in kiev from the stage that ukrainian flags must be reinstated on all governmental buildings and all local administration buildings in the east of the country where this all might go nobody knows it's pretty much a powder keg and we certainly don't know what to expect in the nearest future here in the east of the country president putin says the measures being taken are fully justified because russian citizens and ethnic russians face a real threat from radical alter nationalist moscow is considering the potential deployment of its military to keep the peace in crimea following a plea from local authorities after government buildings were attacked more on that now from diane. situation is very serious and even dangerous in the autonomous republic of crimea more than half of its population is ethnic russians and the
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force to ward off attacks from radical groups that came to power in kiev as a result of last week's who now the russian president vladimir putin has addressed the parliament asking for the support of potential military help let's now listen to what those have to say because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the laws of russian citizens our compatriots and the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized the federation council unanimously approved the move it was specifically reiterated by both the senators and the presidential spokesman that the deployment was optional depending on the severity of the threat to the russian nationals living in the crimea and the south east territories of
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ukraine it simply gives the russian president the right to react promptly in case of infiltration of radical groups into those territories if there are attacks of nationalistic radicals on ethnic russians or if assaults continue similar to the ones that took place on the first of march in the crimea as capital simferopol but . to understand why crimea refuses to acknowledge the new leaders and hear why it has appealed to russia for help at artie's website there we have the historical background to how the peninsula was separated from russia and why the majority of the population want to return. talk of russia sending troops has led to a sharp international response president obama has said moscow was breaching international law and could end up isolated canada joined in by condemning putin's military. intervention both of them plus britain and france have decided to suspend
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preparations for the g eight summit in sochi the e.u.'s foreign policy chief weighed in deploring russia's potential use of force and her british colleague says there's no excuse for outside military intervention all this despite moscow still not having decided whether to send troops that are going to teach you can has more on what was probably the strongest threat secretary. russia economically and politically he threatened asset freezes and visa bans he said russia may not remain in the g. eight there were threats and there was criticism because it isn't. it's really nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century and there is no way to start with that you just don't invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests while the interviewer never asked him what about iraq what about constant threats to use force coming from washington even though secretary kerry has not received those questions they certainly kwassa the minds of those who saw the interview since when does the united states government jenny
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genuinely subscribe and defend to the can and defend the concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity they certainly not do not at the moment in syria where their backing militants will take in order to draw since in the north and in the east of the country they certainly didn't do that with libya they certainly didn't do that when they invaded iraq they certainly didn't do that when they attacked serbia over kosovo and then later on recognize cause i was in a unilateral declaration of independence the united states government really pays lip service to solvency and have a story integrity picks and chooses during the sunday interview secretary kerry was also asked about israel about prime minister netanyahu upcoming visit about the peace process of course on those issues we heard a very different secretary kerry careful diplomatic calling for negotiations no
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appeals to the u.n. charter not a word about israel breaking international law in the us supporting it so you get a sense that the u.s. is appealing to the u.n. charter when it's in its interests earlier we talked to an anti-war activist danny welch who said that washington's harsh criticism appears surreal given its own interventions in the affairs of other countries. there is no question either under the ninety ninety four agreement under any sense of moral duty any sense of national pride or simply as a matter of being the power in the region that has the power to prevent chaos there is no question that russia is within her rights to protect these people in this way absolutely no question the only people who can shriek about international law ironically are the people who have been violating it without cease for at least the last fifteen years flagrantly and on view for all the world it is surreal absolutely surreal for the secretary of state of the united states to say that
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a country doesn't have the right to be other countries without a pretext when. right at the moment his own government is involved up to a dozen countries. and i don't think the whole world thinks that it sounds crazy except for the western press. crimean authorities sought protection from moscow the leader of a far right group appealed to one of the world's most notorious terrorists for help from a social network a right sector nationalist lawmaker asked to step up attacks against russia and lot of is the leader of the chechen islamist movement on an internationally wanted terrorist basically russia's equivalent of on the bin laden he masterminded a wave of attacks on civilians in russia including the bombings of moscow's domodedovo airport and that's a system which took the lives of hundreds of people all that in a bid to create an islamic state in southern russia ruled by showing
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a law. russia's foreign ministry responded to the overture to the chechen militant by pointing out the radical nature of those who are now in power in ukraine while the ultra nationalist leader later claimed his page where the message was posted had been hacked earlier my colleague your leadership of all of us spoke to journalist neil clark he says that such a move would be in line about with the anti russian attitude of radical groups in ukraine we think back to the one nine hundred ninety s. you know we had a lot of ukrainian hardcore neo nazis traveling out to chechnya to fight in the so-called war for separatism for russia so there's always been this link for the last twenty years or so between the most sort of hard right extremist factions in ukraine and the islamist cause in chechnya the radical islamist cause so this is an alliance that goes back quite a long way really and of course there's a third trying to this alliance which is the neo conservatives in the west what unites the neo conservatives in the west with ukrainian neo nazis and radical islamists in chechnya is of course their hatred for russia they would do anything
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however extreme to get at russia and so i think this ukrainian crisis is sort of remind because once again the sort of axis of evil that's ranged against russia that combines neo conservatives in washington and in britain and in france and elsewhere with radical the old nazis in ukraine and radical islamists in chechnya this really is a kind of alliance that is targeting russia and this is just a reminder really at the same time the right sector group in denying that appealing to march saying its website was hanks' isn't some kind of damage control now that. oh absolutely i think that this has become rather embarrassing for the west really because the fact is that they use the far right to get their people in power in kiev and now these sort of statements are coming out now the extremism is there for everybody to see they're in complete denial and i think that the right sector is trying to sort of it trying to sort of back down from this now but it's the. that they've had links rejection radicals we know that they are radical far right in the
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nazi group. and now they're trying to sort of say they wasn't there when the web site was hacked it doesn't wash i'm afraid i think we know this extremism is there it's there for everybody to see and this anti russian obsession from the western elites is costing us all dear it's very dangerous it could provoke who knows war perhaps until the west elites drop this and drop this anti russian obsession this neo conservative influenced obsession with russia i think even eyes in russia then i'm afraid we're only going to get more chaos in the next few weeks or months and apparently it's not just the notorious chechen terrorists that nationalists have appealed to help for russian border guards have detained an activist who took part in riots and ukrainian capital and he claims there were many foreigners fighting on the streets. there were many foreigners with mine down i can even give you rough numbers there were about sixty americans who were still there there were also germans thirty to forty of them poles and turks too although
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i'm not sure how many but the americans were by far the most active there were also misfits from all over ukraine people without jobs without education they came because they knew there was anarchy you can do anything and no one can stop you there were drugs alcohol violence it attracted them. all the latest updates about the situation in ukraine is on air and online for you including. crimea the self-defense forces a b. has become something of an attraction for locals enjoying their weekends as people pose for photos and make them sandwiches at the full story at our website. got more news to come after a short break stay with us. technology
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innovation all the list of elements from around russia. the future covered. you. want to. thank you. peter. pleasure to have you with us here on t.v. today i'm sure.
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talks between the un secretary-general ban ki moon and venezuela's foreign minister are expected to focus on the mass protests gripping the country at least eighteen people have been left dead in the clashes. activists there have been rallying over the state's economic woes and a drastic surgeon crying president material has kicked out three american diplomats after accusing washington of stoking the unrest while the u.s. state department responded in kind by someone home venezuelan officials gregory well part from venezuela analyst analysis rather dot com says the u.s. doesn't actually mind the violence. the united states has imposed. charges for a very long time and so has the conservative government in colombia both governments have seen various ways whether it is by you i see it working paramilitaries going
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to go this way from colombia or also the u.s. government supporting opposition groups with funding and with this every statement that for example kerry recently gave secretary of state kerry which essentially gave. a position maybe a shot in the arm because he really made it their protests even though it's quite clear that most of the protests that are out there are being violent and there are so you can come protections with at least. circumstantial evidence president obama calls on israel to halt the assassination of iranian scientists but in a bid for better relations with iran as the white house left its closest mideast ally in hot water over the killings find out at our web site. los angeles bans the controversial drilling technique known as fracking as more and more cities across the country deviate from the government's position all that and more that are to dot com. scotland yard has been
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investigating a controversial christian group that claims it wants to counter aggressive islamification they do it by trying to draw out muslims by drinking and smoking outside one of britain's biggest mosques so for a task the details. i want it to be so hard for the big kids given the christian proliferates there's any patrol in town also in the hills of the small but make sure it's muslim patrols a new political group calling themselves britain first have responded by forming what they've dubbed christie and patrols and this patrol comes complete with vehicles on the bridge the whole thing is all of the t. joins the as they took to the streets in east london where we having full. road why the area because that's where drugs should be happening. to make from the group has been described as far right many of their members
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a form of b.m.p. or e.t.l. though we get to differentiate themselves from these groups and insist they don't want to be associated with violence tactics such as baiting when members stand with empty beer cans to try and lure out the muslim patrols have proven controversial and some members of the group have already placed the rest we'll hear during the. problems for anyone to be. sure you're trying. to confront them do you think the christian patrols intimidating. despite having a poorly condemned them isn't patrols at the time the east london mosque has been singled out by the christian patrol for criticism the mosques say they feel caught in the middle and are worried the patrol could inflame fragile community relations
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our community certainly feels threatened by his antics the public needs to understand is that none of these groups represent the mainstream community or wider society out on london's streets and well there's not much support to be found here either. we were told that the boys would you shouldn't have been in the love. story . b. and g. think it's all going to be completely peaceful here we're. going to be moments where i think there's a potential for trouble there always will be there's nothing we can do to avoid that you could not patrol here and then just leave these members of the public to be sure of patrols. but this sure patrols have to be both ways in the day with the somebody but that's not what we've been told since a number of arrests last year the muslim patrols have gone to ground despite the christian patrol activity muslim patrols that's not taken the bait so.
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the london and other international news now almost ninety people have been killed and a number of terror attacks in nigeria over the weekend to blast left at least fifty dead in a marketplace in the north east of the country more are feared buried under the rubble. in villages shooting dead a further thirty nine is the most vocal her group is believed to be behind the bloodshed. you know in the south american country of guatemala erupted on sunday spewing ash into the sky authorities are now mulling whether to evacuate the local population to safety it's the second time this year that it's erupted the first time was in january when much of the surrounding area was damaged by lava flows flights have been diverted to avoid the ash cloud. the pakistani branch of the taliban has announced a month long troops and that it wants to restart peace talks with the government
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islam about responded by promising to suspend attacks on militant basij this comes after the islamists suffered heavy losses including the deaths of a number of leaders of key members. north korea has fired short distance missiles off its eastern coast that's according to south korea it's the second incident in the last few days and come shortly after the start of annual military drills between the u.s. and south korea military exercises in or around the korean peninsula often trigger heightened tensions. the official policy of labeling nuclear power as one of the greatest threats to the environment has left germany in desperate need of alternative resources but as our teams lucy caffein offer ports the race for green energy could be doing even more damage. welcome to outer wash population two hundred forty one it's a place that steeped in history the bell in this church was forged before columbus
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sailed for america and locals here have centuries old claim to the land it's we're all rick schultz was born and it's where he intends to die his family has owned this farm since fifteen sixty she learned a trade from his father and plans to hand the business down to his son. this has been our homeland for centuries it means everything to us but my family and my fellow villagers here face a terrible prospect our homes could soon be raised and our businesses destroyed. it's what's beneath the land an estimated two hundred fifty million tonnes of brown coal that threatens to wipe out a wash and two nearby villages off the map they have machines or strip mining the ground or brown coal and you can see a size of this operation a coal mine behind me is already the size of several small towns but the company. wants to grow this we dish energy giant wants to double the size of the open cast
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mine bought in fall needs more lignite for its power plant one of the dirtiest in europe the local children call it the cloud making factory it's one of the most polluting fossil fuels and it's supposed to be a thing of the past germany gets nearly twenty five percent of its electricity from solar and wind with a goal of eighty percent renewables by twenty fifty at the country burned more brown coal last year than at any time since the one nine hundred ninety s. the dirty downside of chancellor merkel's nuclear phaseout more than nine hundred villagers are at risk of being displaced and for some there's a feeling of history repeating itself in this region thousands had been resettled after the second world war when the communist government depended on brown coal to power its cities and factories. it makes me furious just furious first the government comes in starts developing alternative sources of energy and now we've come back to brown coal i feel very disillusioned we simply can't go back to our
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practices. residents have launched their own campaign to keep the diggers at bay but it's questionable if they can keep up the fight these are tiny villages with aging populations facing an energy giant with deep pockets a definitive decision has yet to be made on the fate of the villages in fall does move then it likely won't be for many more years and approval by state authorities is still pending although local activists aren't optimistic so the three villages will basically be gone if the plans of the prince. go through the parliament through. to be moved. our laws protect the interests of the coal mining industry and the industry managed to convince politicians that if the country abandons cold l.b. major problems with electricity supply quite honestly. the company has said that it will recreate other wash elsewhere a church for church it promises a house for
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a house but for residents like all rick schultz giving up is simply not an option and of. the here. my ancestors fought in the thirty year war with sweden in the seventeenth century and they defended this land and i will also stand firm and fight for my land i cannot imagine what happens if i lose this battle. reporting in outer wash germany and the sea captain of. up next on our to international we look at how some americans love of guns has passed on to their children kids with kalashnikovs about us. small protests of around a few hundred or up to after the sentencing of eight protesters who were convicted
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of instigating riots and russia's famous below a square around a year ago this incident like basically any incident russia is being blown completely out of proportion oh how could bush be so intolerant well the thing that people don't realize is that any sane government doesn't tolerate riots in fact according to the guardian two young men in chester england were sentenced to four years in prison that's equal to or less than a sense than the russian writers got for just attempting to start a riot the police were actually monitoring the facebook group when they were planning their public chaos and arrested them before they could even throw one brick if the british government let these guys are just anyone go on a rampage in the country would fall apart and is the job of governments above all else to create order and if they completely tolerant mass riots and some country like say church. could bribe immigrants in london who hate the british locals to run the country into the dark with anarchy yet at first it sounds bad that these people in russia in england have to sit in jail because of violent protests but in reality any government that wants to not be overthrown would have to do the same but that's just my opinion.
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to give. you an. observer. this is cumberland county in south kentucky deep in the american countryside far from the sprawl of life. a place where alcohol is neither sold not consumed in the bible reign supreme. in a village of eight hundred people there are forty churches. it is a pious closed community get weapons are a part of every day life here for protection and so hunting. exposed from childhood
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it is not unusual here to own your first gun in kinda got. how many people own guns in this village more probably than go. with these things are you are saying that in the absence of the being him here i'll go and not everybody in the county is quote a way of life here where everybody wants round here and they much else to do the whole fish i would say you know a very hard majority of the country people own guns and my grandson started her when he was probably three or four years out so he just and i got one and hansei wanted fishies. so when you go to kindergarten you get your first gun. yes that's what they want the family of a southern kentucky two year old girl shot and killed in her home says it was all an accident he received the rifle specially made for children as a gift last year. cumberland county hit the front pages of news world wide in may
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and five year old christina shot his two year old sister dead with a gun he received as a gift for his fifth birthday a real gun with real bullets the manufacturer has openly advertised to children as . rifle. i'm. sure many a cricket rifle i wish i had during the cricket is the perfect way to get beyond a small framed shooters started right with the safety promoting design it's soft shooting affordable and accurate. while the mother was in the kitchen christian picked up his gun and unaware that it was still loaded he accidentally shot his sister in the chest. caroline spock's was rushed to hospital but tragically she died soon after. i could hardly understand my daughter because she was so excited and crying and hysterical and said that you
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know you know it's easier been shot and i just cannot my heart just sank and as soon as i got in the car got in the back seat and i couldn't breathe i just i guess it was anxiety and i was so so scared that you know she just she was gone that i didn't know what to die a member i rolled the window down to try to breathe because i could hardly take a breath. we went to the hospital and i just walked up to the nurses one said i was their grandmother can i please go back and see her and i don't usually they don't let you do things like that but they let me and i went back there and you know she was already you know in a coma. from there to help with the brain swelling and. she looked perfect i held her hand and. talked to her but didn't hear me. this is the grandmother of another child zaria go by. both families live in the same area. as daria was shot in the forehead by another child.
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and what do the doctors tell you. that she was incredible condition that she would not make it that you know the bullet was lodged and they had shed a lot of brain swelling and that you know they didn't know most likely it would not be good. to compare myself and. louisville kentucky is the closest major city to cumberland county. this is where caroline's boxes ambulance was headed when she passed away. there's the emergency room and trends and of course all the ads. i'm down this way and they will stop right at the door so close are tolerant to resell as is
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a board member of the co's at children's hospital in louisville every day the hospital is confronted with the downside of mask on possession in the state of kentucky. how many children a year are coming to us hospitals for children every single year in the united states fifteen thousand children come into hospital dollars it's. fifteen thousand children and if you build in the united states with adults it's thirty two thousand people are killed with mike on every single year in the united states mazing amounts incredible and all preventable what kind of shot once you get in this hospital because we are a level one trauma center we get the most critical gunshot wounds of all gunshot wounds that happen in the state of kentucky and when we talk about this picture of a child's picture was shot in the middle of the area all the tendons are of balls within the hand area the self sits away from the bone so order to
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reattach to this and make the wound clean again this child would have to be pinned with metal pins if the child could even be saved at that point in time work would be to base we work with us on a daily basis on a daily basis in this hospital to reason her colleagues witness the dark side to the massive possession of weapons in their state. two reasons six three me critical of the ease with which weapons adele's with you she's angry that manufacturers use children as a target audience. they're still learning how to tell time they're still learning how to cut with scissors that's more than strange but when they market guns to children they make them in pastel blue and pretty barbie pink like to think barbie dolls they make them with swirls and then they call them cute little names like cricket fan chipmunks just as though if you owned a gun you would belong to a disney club. this is the would family for them shooting is
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an activity for the whole family including the younger children. one of six zero one home game with the yankees so. i missed it here so. this isn't the first shot every shot with. you notice in the hall it will be like very illegal. well in kentucky in the united states it's just part of the way we operate and this is the local shooting range. place your trust me which is going to trust it well look at. this cable to go to. the free possession of is in trying to in the us constitution and his inseparable from countryside life here.
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looking for ways to share with davis. for whatever life meet you yes are going to go to from the netherlands from where the netherlands the netherlands yes i have lots of guns we do have lots of amenities. typically in stock we've got some work going fifteen hundred two thousand one. it goes up and down but fifteen hundred a small number for us how many do you sell here oh gosh i'd have to look at the numbers but you're probably looking at seven date thousand. like that one right there that's definitely pointed towards a lady a lady would buy that farm and that would be her a r fifteen we're husband might on that one right there or something one of their plastic is like
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a real good old most definitely yes i know it looks like a toy gun violence there and the bust of the summer well that is just the furniture meaning those are just the excess arrays that you put on a plain black gun like it to make it to doll it up like that and how much is like a how much is a gun like that the dressed up like that one is i have a look at the price tag it is probably about four hundred dollars with a scope there's another paint gun this. for the ladies we carry a huge stock a hand guns everything from target gun was to little bitty angle gone self-defense guns target guns you know we don't have this in the netherlands it's like we don't have weapons store so for us it's not really yes what we all do to protect ourselves nothing. show would davis has weapons of all shapes and sizes from hang guns to semiautomatic and of kools guns made especially for children. with the. sometimes they'll have
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a shorter stock to make it easier for their length of pocas their arms are shorter most of the time they'll be lighter because they can't hold up as much here's a very good example i want to even have them in colors like a korean of course pink for the young girls camel for the future honner this children's gun is marketed as my first rifle it is the same gun that killed caroline spock's yet the state of kentucky support the sale of it. i could lay this gun right here loaded and i could come back in ten years and i'll guarantee you if nobody picks up that gun it will have not hurt anybody. so you know the gun is simply a tool or a coal oil so you say guns don't kill people guns do not kill people people kill people with five year olds also don't kill people but they get killed look skateboards are you going to outlaw skateboards are you going to confiscate pogo
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sticks everything require supervision. so jamie you're going to go already yeah i hope you don't hunger good to see that. i do it you don't do it yeah. you know what. the goods are a typical kentucky family father jamie's a farmer he has eight hundred dairy cows there's a milk twenty four hours a day the woods are hard work and they love good food especially meat. and there's something else they love to i doing you know you get i hear you sitting gums. we also keep the governor house yes going to see the.
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gun can meet or muzzle loaders and this was a twenty two and two shot. yes shot. what he did you have a nation also here. and it's like turkey ok. we have good looks better because i knew a phrase you know like guns in your house was the five you know peace in my case it was like yeah which is a safe why is that what we're. going here. do you trust your children with those weapons you know i mean it's not you know here's a gun go out no it's a tom over time you know and they they have to earn my trust to do those things like you the key that they they know words that today you know when i were smaller know that key was put up that keys where they didn't know where it was it was
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either on my key chain and you know they couldn't get in the gun cabinet this is if it is easy to do you know it's ok. to work in new caney ground realists want us to . after dinner the children go outside to practice that favorite hobby in the back yard. the room to be yours you don't know if you know her car or your norris plans to release. everyone in my life that i cared about their golden ananth that i came to skid well. i was sat national champion in track and field and also i was able to go and qualify for the olympic games. you know nine hundred eighty eight i started to experiment with other drugs i had lost all the
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financial means that i had and was really on the street. black market kids softball can get a great kid street kid. they look like bounty ardennes where the locals can enjoy the sun and the ocean. but what was buried here years ago. means these people are suffering the consequences. how much more poison lies on the vis ground. when the behind this job is when there
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is what we call the callet bankole which there is because it alters the code you left by security test was caused by this motion of radionuclides despite your the screening efforts there remains the don't hold it i just a little less than to tell you it was a little tony and when you're stuck in iraq thought out all the coral reef know it's out of the ten meters down nuclear tests a never ending legacy on aussie. the wheel caught on the roadside tourist car skidded at breakneck speed and fell into a ditch and i was thrown out of the car she was like a broken dolt it wasn't a single shoulder piece left dozen i thought if i lived and had a chance to start my life from scratch with it i would start making goals to help children. going right after he was born the baby was all in casts. his legs are getting bigger and the ortho says get too small so we have to order
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new ones said lola has raised money for us and she helps us to get a leg braces five years after my potentially fatal injuries in a car crash i gave birth to my little niece says i think she's my reward for helping all those children who are selling the dollars to buy life for the children . that. you're. right you guys are too young to own a gun. why not. when are all prone to you know it's not right. i'm not afraid of something happens with
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a gun the excellence of something. well they miss you have it's not right i think you honestly do need the positive thought they were now because you know only what is supposed to fight the process that is they large you know i mean this teaches them i'm not saying that they're going to be better than anybody else's children when they grow up but how do you teaches them a lot of responsibility. you know what the gun rights advocates will say you're using this threat of death of caroline sparks to get your own message across i hope they do say that because it is my methods but it is also the message of the american academy of pediatrics the american academy of pediatricians in the united states in two thousand and twelve a policy statement stating that the only safe home in the united states is a home without a gun and i stand behind that belief. just
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around the corner from my caroline sparks was shot dead is one of the largest shooting grounds in the united states. as eight thousand the shooting ground is larger than eleven thousand troops all peaches. so this is what we call the point to give you some perspective the most of our property is all north of us and west this is an ignoble owner of rock also shooting range despite the tragic incidents in the neighborhood he still see shooting as an innocent fun. i call golf with a shotgun so you're going from from whole the whole station to station and then scoring and going to the end of the day out there today out. in the shooting club equipped with a restaurant and hotel is a family destination because of the vast size of this it is travel by car between the fifty shooting stations this particular station is a recreation of
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a convoy village. so this is where the action happens this is it this is one of our many ranges but to be a good place for us to come down and maybe test out a few different types of. nick noble wants to prove that shooting doesn't have to be dangerous. first of all we always keep guns pointed in a safe direction even when it's unloaded we assume that every firearm is a loaded until we can prove otherwise when you're handling a firearm you never have that finger on it so it's if you're even taking a picture english are always well yeah parallel with that and then and then the only time i ever put a finger on the triggers and we're actually engaged in the target and ready to shoot and then i'll actually put my finger on the trigger but any time i pick this up fingers off which are. ok to hit anything that it did because i can understand why children find us who
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would give a thrill a bit of adrenaline yes i said understand that yeah is it wise to learn a kid how to shoot when such a tragic accident happens around the corner here there's between two and three hundred million guns the united states so you can act like they're not here and keep kids away from them and i think that's when i when i believe that it's my personal opinion that when kids become curious about what they don't know is when the accidents happen is so different than putting a child a sixteen year old child in a vehicle with no training on an interstate. this is how you feel with guns that it you have to try. but i thought you know if she even led she would be brain damaged to make the script even stick is you know that your eye is right there and i just feel so worried that she would never be normal again or in a coma forever are bats the ball. for azhar his grandmother children and weapons
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should never be combined. granddaughter was in the coma for two weeks with a bullet lodged in her brain. it's a new it is obviously by by. the. well it's still in the head it's too difficult to remove it. but obviously not she leads the life of any seven year old. certainly chilling out. what it chances are that it will survive something like that well one of the million and the neuro doctors say that the baby never saw nothing like this before so they called the miracle baby. schools sat. down with a child a high school and writes i doubt. any hit you.
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what it was if you hit you with a quote it's bad a seeing a little bit of your head you. know we didn't duck to say you were lucky a little bit. earlier in the coffee. culture where goldhill. because of the accident bizarre his parents lost their rights to parental care. how grandmother now has full custody. together they visit the hospital where as aria was treated. on. these crazy its. own luck as a whole one. can't believe his looks to. have healed up really nice you can't even hardly tell it was their looks just like a little scrape now. they're getting scary good sense for every day to keep the sky
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oh that's fantastic they've taught you well all you can't even tell. i've done this for thirty years and there are children that you always remember they just stick in your head and i have my special words and she's one of the special ones you'll remember and senior national fabulous. absolutely fabulous and this is the recovery that you always hope for a small nergal a small miracle definitely something that you're doing so good. it makes me know that what i'm here for is worthwhile. makes me know that what i do is good. the figures are truly shocking more than fifteen thousand children each year abroad hospitals across america with gunshot wounds and eight children die every day because of the consequences. mr
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hill it's a cruel ruin the gun from that's public television i left a couple of messages i think six or seven attempts to speak with someone from the gun lobby on successful and the secretary admits that due to the death of caroline spokes this is not a popular topic of conversation for the arms manufacturers. caroline sparks is buried here on the outskirts of cumberland county. her brother and mother regularly visit a gas station nearby which also serves as a convenience store in your absence you know he's been on. our just on average of almost lost weight you know ever since men like her mom said there's a bear or a second grandmother who had a second grandmother so you must be heard when you heard the news yes really heard about it that i heard about it. and so this movie is now
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a symbol for the gun debate throughout the united states president obama one stricter gun control but is met with a resistance from the countryside even in the village of caroline sparks. take in the right so i don't but if you're there we're doing. so even after the tragedy when i was at the directly about you still believe it or your guns that you have the children yeah yeah leads them to protect you say so so you say this gun for five six seven year olds is safe gun you even though it supervision your own grandchildren you would give the great irony that many pictures with their with me one day i hope to feel look back at these pictures of robert ray i'm very good. with alex and t.j. owning and shooting guns from the young ages of twelve and seven the woods will continue to consider shooting a family activity oh rather than spending saturdays playing football they go to the
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shooting range. why do you like shooting so much. stress. shooting helps the roof stress you know. and i'm sure afraid something happens a children every day and us die because of short films aren't you afraid it happens to you why not because what it would be made to shoot so. and someone else who is trying to or. when you think it's innocent when you with kids involved you think there's not a bullet in there you think it's just like you think everything's safe but it's not guns are never say. and because of that there's a family that's very sad always mr daughter and i'm very blessed that we have you with us. after some kids were there never taught
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the difference between i play again and a real gun i think that's where some of the accidents come into play i mean you were talking about the incident in cumberland county how do you know that child wasn't thank you back again was just a ploy again. if you look at this in front above this in france right here is a gunshot wound close to the head in the temple area unfortunately this is one of the children did make it we were unable to revive this child this is the gun debate through the children simply through the eyes of children this is the gun through the eyes of carolyn sparks if we can do it for our children for our future what is the country to save her.
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wide investigation the fishing industry reveals the hidden in troubled waters of fish fun. you have the fun of me because. i saw you spread all over norway is the most toxic food you have in the whole world growing profit defeats officials inquiring further more health restrictions. on. the land and. really nuanced what's inside the delay on their. detail fish. on our teeth.
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they look like. can enjoy the song the ocean. was very few years ago. these people are suffering the consequences. how much more. behind this there is what we call the bank on which there is a big. lights despite what you're reading efforts there remains a little less than. the coral reef. ten meters down. a never ending legacy.
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five top military and security leaders in ukraine pledge their allegiance to the authorities and people of the autonomous republic. of the legitimately thirty's this is a truly historic day. resistance to rule from kiev is spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen setting is against the far right nationalists taking up power after the coup. and in this week's other news diplomatic sort of play between venezuela and the united states has deadly clashes in. washington accused of fueling the trouble. and a controversial christian group patrols the streets of london claiming it wants to counter aggressive as. cation as one local leader branded them vigilantes.
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with a look back at the past seven days top stories in the latest developments this is the weekly on r.t. international for more top military security leaders have decided to side with local authorities in the crate this southern ukrainian region of crimea these are the latest images of them pledging allegiance to the autonomous republic earlier the commander of ukraine's naval forces rejected the interim government in kiev instead choosing to serve their thomas region yes. i did the spirit of ski swear allegiance to the people of the autonomous republic of crimea and the hero city of sevastopol i swear to strictly comply with the orders of the supreme commander of crimea and the commanders of military units approved by him as well as with the requirements of military regulations i swear to honorably perform
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my duty and protect the life and freedom of the residents of crimea and the city of sevastopol crimean authorities are now in the process of creating their own defense ministry and naval fleet more and more ukrainian troops based on the crimean peninsula are now joining local authorities effectively putting them in full control the territory parties where if a national has more. for a more high ranking officials earlier on sunday they had of crimea's border control security service as well as emergency and interior ministry has pledged their allegiance to the crimean authorities earlier on sunday as well we heard that the commander of ukraine's naval forces did the same swearing to strictly comply with the orders to the supreme commander of the autonomy's region mr berezovsky was appointed to this post by the country's new of thore chase after previous command to had resigned now we're hearing that following these pledged they authorities in
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kiev dismissed mr very softly from his post of the commander of ukraine's naval forces meanwhile the military the ukrainian military stationed here in the crimea are pledging on mass their allegiance to the crimean authorities in crimea and people earlier crimea as prime minister claimed control under police military security and all other services here in the region and today we heard an official statement from mr extern of shortly after all mark. today on march second twenty fourteen i have issued an order by order none of the ukrainian naval forces stationed in so fast the pole should have any decisions or orders given by the self-proclaimed authorities of ukraine including those of the legally appointed defense minister they must not obey any orders to use arms until my special instruction if you comply hard and fast with orders issued by me as the commander
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in chief of the autonomous republic of crimea and the city of sevastopol immediately convey this order to the personnel crania naval forces stationed in the poll i'd like to thank all the officers who have chosen to oppose the orders of the legitimate authority this is a truly historic day we're also hearing from local authorities here in the crimea that the situation is now told. under their control and under the control of how we know them here so called self defense school is made up of locals who are working in coordination with regional police patrolling streets day and night and not only protecting governmental buildings or strategic areas but actually all they see. artie's maria from their reporting from crimea in the south of ukraine but it's not just this region where people are refusing to recognize the interim government in kiev and wave of protests are spreading across the east of the country as well artie's alexy has more from the city of kharkov. certainly the division in the
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country which maria was talking about was very easily tangible here on saturday when the pro russian activists and those who are not supporting the new with authorities in kiev collapsed with the so-called activists of the year in my down who are securing the local administration they managed to get inside the administration and russian flag on top of it they have been reports of tear gas used and scores of injured the official line here in haifa that more than a hundred people were brought to hospitals with different sorts of injuries rocks were flying sticks and bateman's were used against each other so it was pretty pretty violent here pretty much the same story has been happening well maybe not as violent doesn't have to go but along the same line what's happening in many other cities in the east of ukraine in the city of donetsk and you would get off school grounds and many other cities in then yes for instance this is also one of the largest cities the industrial center of ukraine the people of voted not to trust the authorities in kiev and they even called on
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a referendum to be held in the nearest future to decide the future of the whole region right now it's pretty much quiet but i've just listened to one of the activists of the euro my down talking in kiev from the stage that ukrainian flags must be reinstated on all governmental buildings and all local administration buildings in the east of the country where this all might go nobody knows it's pretty much a powder keg and we certainly don't know what to expect in the nearest future here in the east of the country president putin says the measures being taken are fully justified because russian citizens and ethnic russians face a real threat from radical ultra nationalists moscow is considering the potential deployment of its military to keep the peace in crimea following a plea from local authorities after government buildings were attacked more on that now with diet pushed. the situation is very serious and even dangerous in the autonomous republic of crimea more than half of its population is ethnic russians and the force to ward off attacks from radical groups that came to power in kiev as
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a result of last week's who now the russian president vladimir putin has addressed the parliament asking for the support of potential military help let's now listen to what he's had to say because of the extraordinary situation ukraine which represents a threat to the laws of russian citizens our compatriots in the contingent of russian armed forces located in the autonomous republic of crimea according to an international treaty as stated in the constitution of the russian federation i asked the upper house of parliament for permission to use armed forces new crane until the situation there is stabilized the federation council unanimously approved the move it was specifically reiterated by both the senators and the presidential spokesman that the deployment was optional depending on the severity of the threat to the russian nationals living in the crimea and the south east territories of
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ukraine it simply gives the russian president the right to react promptly in case of infiltration of radical groups into those territories if there are attacks of nationalistic radicals on ethnic russians or if assaults continue similar to the ones that took place on the first of march in the crimea as capital simferopol by. to understand why crimea refuses to recognize the new leader thing here and why it has appealed to russia for help and artie's website there we have a historical background on how the peninsula was separated from russia and why the majority of the population want to return. talk of russia sending troops has led to a sharp international response president obama said moscow was reaching international law and could end up isolated canada join. by condemning putin's military intervention both of them plus britain and france have decided to suspend preparations for the g eight summit in saudi that use foreign policy chief weighed
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in deploying russia's potential use of force and her british colleague says there's no excuse for outside military intervention all this despite moscow's still not having decided whether to send troops gonna teach econ has more on what was probably the strongest threat. secretary kerry threaten to isolate russia economically and politically he threatened asset freezes and visa bans he said russia may not remain in the g eight there were threats and there was criticism take a listen. it's really nineteenth century behavior in the twenty first century and there is no way to start with that you just don't invade another country on phony pretext in order to assert your interests while the interviewer never asked him what about iraq what about constant threats to use force coming from washington even though secretary kerry has not received those questions they certainly kwassa the minds of those who saw the interview since when does the united states
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government jenny genuinely subscribe and defend to the can and defend the concepts of sovereignty and territorial integrity they certainly not do not at the moment in syria where they're backing militants who have taken over who to trust in the north and in the east of the country they certainly didn't do that with their tanks libya they certainly didn't do that when they invaded iraq they certainly didn't do that when they attacked serbia as a kosovo and then later on recognize cause i was in a unilateral declaration of independence the united states government really pays lip service to suffering see and senatorial integrity picks and chooses during the sunday interview secretary kerry was also asked about israel about prime minister netanyahu upcoming visit about the peace process of course on those issues we heard a very different secretary kerry careful diplomatic calling for negotiations no appeals to the u.n. charter not a word about israel breaking international law in the u.s.
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supporting it so you get a says that the u.s. is appealing to the u.n. charter when it's in its interests earlier we talked to an anti-war activist danny while true said that washington's harsh criticism appears surreal given its own interventions in the affairs of other countries. there is no question either under the ninety ninety four agreement under any sense of moral duty any sense of national pride or simply as a matter of being the power in the region that has the power to prevent chaos there is no question that russia is within her rights to protect these people in this way absolutely no question the only people who can shriek about international law ironically are the people who have been violating it without cease for at least the last fifteen years later it really and on view for all the world it is surreal absolutely to real for the secretary of state of the united states to say that
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a country doesn't have the right to get paid for their countries without a pretext when. right at the moment his own government is involved up to a dozen countries. and i don't think that the whole world thinks that it sounds crazy except for the western press. the crimean authorities sought protection from moscow the leader of a far right group appealed to one of the world's most notorious terrorists for help on a social network a right sector nationalist lawmaker asked doku umarov to step up attacks against russia a model of is the leader of the chechen islamist movement and an internationally wanted terrorist basically russians equivalent to osama bin laden he masterminded a wave of attacks on civilians in russia. including the bombings of moscow's domodedovo airport and metro system which took the lives of hundreds of people all that in a bid to create an islamic state in southern russia ruled by sharia law. russia's
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foreign ministry responded to the overture to the chechen militant by pointing out the radical nature of many of those now in power in ukraine the ultra nationalist leader later claimed his page where the message had been posted had been hacked earlier my colleague yulia shop of all of us spoke to journalist neil clark he says that such a move would be in line with the anti russian attitude of radical groups in ukraine we think back to the one nine hundred ninety s. you know we had a lot of ukrainian hardcore neo nazis traveling out to chechnya to fight in the so-called war for separatism for russia so there's always been this link for the last twenty years or so between the most sort of hard right extremist factions in ukraine and the islamist cause in chechnya the radical islamist cause so this is an alliance that goes back quite a long way really and of course there's a third front of this alliance which is the neo conservatives in the west what unites the neo conservatives in the west with ukrainian neo nazis and radical islamists in chechnya is of course their hatred for russia they will do anything however extreme to get at russia and so i think this ukrainian crisis is sort of
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remind because once again this sort of axis of evil that's ranged against russia that combines neo conservatives in washington and in britain and in france and elsewhere with radical the old nazis in ukraine and radical islamists in chechnya this really is a kind of alliance that is targeting russia and this is just a reminder really at the same time the right sector group denies that peeling to march saying its website was hanks' isn't some kind of damage control now that. oh absolutely i think that this has become rather embarrassing for the west really because the fact is that they've used the far right to get their people in power in kiev and now these statements are coming out now the extremism is there for everybody to see they're in complete denial and i think that the right sector is trying to sort of. try to sort of back down from this now but it's all there i mean we know that they've got to they've had links rejection radicals we know that they are radical far right you know nazi group. and now they're trying to sort of say
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that it wasn't them and the web site was hacked it doesn't wash i'm afraid i think we know this extremism is there it's there for everybody to see and this anti russian obsession from the western elites is costing this all dear it's very dangerous it could provoke who knows war perhaps and until the west elites drop this and drop this anti russian obsession this neo conservative influenced obsession with russia and demonizing russia then i'm afraid we're only going to get more chaos in the next few weeks or months and apparently it's not just the notorious chechen terrorists that nationalists have appealed to for help russian border guards have detained activists who took part in riots in ukrainian capital he claims there were many foreigners fighting on kiev streets. there were many foreigners with mine down i can even give you a rough numbers there were about sixty americans who were still were there also germans thirty to forty of them poles and turks too although i'm not sure how many
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but the americans were by far the most active. they were also misfits from all over ukraine people without jobs without education they came because they knew there was anarchy you can do anything and no one can stop you there were drugs alcohol violence it attracted them. all the latest updates about the situation in ukraine are on air and of course online for you including. me defense forces have become something of an attraction for the locals enjoying the weekend as people pose for photos and even make them sandwiches at the full story at our website r.t. dot com. to other news now talks between the un secretary-general ban ki moon and venezuela's foreign minister are expected to focus on the mass protests gripping the country at least eighteen people have been left dead in the clashes activists there have been rallying over the state's economic woes and a drastic surge in crime president maduro has kicked out three american diplomats
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after kids in washington of stoking the unrest while the u.s. state department responded in kind by sending home but israel and officials gregory well port from venezuela analysis dot com says the u.s. doesn't actually mind the violence. united states has imposed material and charges for a very long time and so has the conservative government in colombia governments have various ways whether it is by the i.c.c. for the paramilitary going to going to sleep from colombia or also the us government supporting opposition groups with funding and with this have the statements that for example kerry recently gave your state kerry gave which essentially gives. position maybe a shot in the arm because he. made it there are protests even though it's quite clear that most of the protests that are out there are being violent and are seeking comment protection's least. circumstantial evidence president obama
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reportedly calls on israel to halt the assassination of iranian scientists but in a bid to secure better relations with iran as the white house left its closest mideast ally in hot water over the killings wind down at our web site. los angeles bans the controversial drilling technique known as fracking as more and more cities across the country deviate from the government's position all that and more at r.t. dot com. scotland yard has been investigating a controversial christian group that claims it wants to counter aggressive islamification they do it by trying to draw out muslims by drinking and smoking outside one of britain's biggest my. asks sarah ferguson has the details. i want it to be so hard it sounded a bit close given the christian prolific there's a knee patrol in town also in the hills of the small but make sure it's muslim patrols any political group calling themselves britain first have responded by filming what they've dubbed christie and patrols and this patrol comes complete
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with vehicles the bullet proof the whole thing is all the t. joins the list they took to the streets in east london where we having full. why the area because that's where drugs should be happening it's ok for you to make fun of the group has been described as far right many of their members a form of b.m.p. or e.t.l. they really get to differentiate themselves from these grapes and insist they don't want to be associated with violence pick tactics such as baiting where members stand with empty beer cans to try and lure out the muslim patrols have proven controversial and some members of the group have already placed the rest will hear . problems for anyone to be. sure you draw. from them do you think the christian patrols
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intimidating. despite having a poorly condemned the muslim patrols at the time the east london mosque has been singled out by the christian patrol for criticism the mosques say they feel caught in the middle and are worried the patrol could inflame fragile community relations our community feels threatened by. the public needs to understand is that none of these groups represent the mainstream community or wider society out on london streets. well there's not much support to be found here are you the first to go to the border with you you shouldn't have been in the love. story. to be any problem do you think it's all going to be completely peaceful here when you see there are going to be moments where obviously often there's
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a potential for trouble there always will be there's nothing we can do to avoid that you could not patrol yeah and then just leave these members of the public to be sure of patrols. but this sure patrols have been operating in the day with some fun but that's not what we've been told since a number of arrests last year the muslim patrols have gone to ground despite the christian patrol activity the muslim patrols that's not taken the bait so. the london now the international news now almost ninety people have been killed in a number of terror attacks in nigeria over the weekend to blast left at least fifty dead in a marketplace with northeast of the country more are feared buried under the rubble gunmen also assault in villages shooting dead a further thirty nine the islamist boko haram group is believed to be behind the bloodshed. in the south american country of quote amala
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erupted on sunday spewing ash into the sky authorities are now mulling whether to evacuate the local population to safety it's the second time this year that it's erupted the first time was in january when much of the surrounding area was damaged by lava flows flights have been diverted to avoid the ash. the pakistani branch of the taliban has announced a month long truce and that it wants to restart peace talks with the government islam about responded by promising to suspend attacks on militant bases this comes after the islamists suffered heavy losses including the deaths of a number of key leaders and members. north korea has fired short distance missiles off its eastern coast that's according to the south it's the second it's in that instance in the last few days and come shortly after the start of annual military drills between the u.s. and south korea military exercises in or around the korean peninsula often trigger heightened tensions. the official policy of
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labeling nuclear power as one of the greatest threats to the environment has left germany in desperate need of alternative resources but as artie's would see capping off reports the race for green energy could be doing even more damage. welcome to outer wash population two hundred forty one it's a place that steeped in history the bell in this church was forged before columbus sailed for america and locals here have centuries old claim to the land it's we're all rick schultz was born and it's where he intends to die his family has owned this farm since fifteen sixty she learned a trade from his father and plans to hand the business down to his son. this has been our homeland for centuries it means everything to us but my family and my fellow villagers here face a terrible prospect our homes could soon be raised and our businesses destroyed but
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. it's what's beneath the land an estimated two hundred fifty million tonnes of brown coal that threatens to wipe out a wash and two nearby villages off the map they have machines or strip mining the ground or brown coal and you can see above vast size of this operation the coal mine behind me is already the size of several small towns but the company. wants to grow this we dish energy giant wants to double the size of the open cast mine bought in fall needs more lignite for its power plant one of the dirtiest in europe the local children call it the cloud making factory it's one of the most polluting fossil fuels and it's supposed to be a thing of the past germany gets nearly twenty five percent of its electricity from solar and wind with a goal of eighty percent renewables by twenty fifty yet the country burned more brown coal last year than at any time since the one nine hundred ninety s. the dirty downside of chancellor merkel's nuclear phaseout more than nine hundred
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villagers are at risk of being displaced and for some there's a feeling of history repeating itself in this region thousands had been resettled after the second world war when the communist government depended on brown coal to power its cities and factories. it makes me furious just furious first the government comes in starts developing alternative sources of energy and now we've come back to brown coal i feel very disillusioned we simply can't go back to old practices. residents have launched their own campaign to keep the diggers at bay but it's questionable if they can keep up the fight these are tiny villages with aging populations facing an energy giant with deep pockets a definitive decision has yet to be made on the fate of the villages in fall does move then it likely won't be for many more years and approval by state authorities is still pending although local activists aren't optimistic so these three villages
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will basically be gone if the plans of the prince. go through the parliament through. to be moved this is to look tough going on our laws protect the interests of the coal mining industry and the industry managed to convince politicians that if the country abandons cold l.b. major problems with electricity supply quite honestly by its intimate the company has said that it will recreate outer wash elsewhere a church for a church it promises a house for a house but for residents like all rick schultz giving up is simply not an option when of him by the here and my ancestors fought in the thirty year war with sweden in the seventeenth century object and they defended this land and i will also stand firm and fight for my land i cannot imagine what happens if i lose this battle. reporting in outer wash germany and the sea captain of. down and out on drugs but
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in the high life in the city of angels i report in just a minute here on our team international for those watching us from the u.k. we look into whether there is any connection between violence and video games and sometimes. the interview.
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skid row is a neighborhood of fifty blocks which does not appear on any map of los angeles. do. you. do you mean.
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do you. still room basically. and that still. is is good in big question things here that you've been experiencing shit that there is just no way i mean there's no movie there's no book there's just as a real life experience i see people get beat up every night people get robbed at bus ticket because. i seen people get hit by a cause you don't pay b.o.'s you don't notice you don't pay the car noticed your
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new responsibilities are not here because where homeless just less of a home baby my reality was that i was there you know skid row is the last house on the block at g.o.p. we're just in my neighborhood you know i. basically almost slept on every street down here at one time or another i think i would never ever live in a way else you know skid row is my home. as many as eleven thousand men and women make their home in l.a. scattered around. about two thirds struggled with mental illness trying to texan or both but it wasn't always this way. i came to skid row it was more like skid row's we identified only drunks old drunks on the street. it used to make terrible he's old chris incarnation of drunks. and when it was really safe because they were not very christian now we have young strong crack
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addicts who are many times are willing to take a chance at rolling stone to get their money to get some more crack it's a different addition. there's always been efforts to get rid of skid row it was a war and for people who are unable to live in the world and they were given the tried to move through again and again but just moved into a different area when big money to fellow purse began to revitalize downtown the flop houses got new neighbors and penned houses and high end lofts. there are not many places where the gap between rich and poor is a striking as it is here. literally there is just a block or troops operating those two things and i personally there's nothing separating those two fights i was. really over to come to skid row this is the new improved nice filter back here were to drop if people didn't come down to see into
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downtown to swell the air when it's real and of all this is dirt fields and burn barrels and they will cut your throat down to your people to come past main street you doing dishes call the pit spec down. to people are told a different sort of a whole generation. just saying potential real estate is really the ground for its fear that people are interested in not much interest on the people who are on the ground everyone who lands on skid row has a story to to. well about how they got there for many it's the last stop after losing everything for some to follow the specially term magic my life you know prior to coming to skid row was. in some ways like most people in other ways it was a little bit different you know i i was born in compton grew up there with five brothers and sisters lost my dad when i was three my mom when i was fourteen at
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that point i moved out to california and i was an athlete in high school and d.c. student started smoking weed you know in high school at the age of fourteen after my mom passed away yet and still you know i was good enough athletically to earn a full scholarship to university iowa state university where i was a national champion in track and field and also was able to go and qualify for the olympic games in eighty four where i actually competed i want to so medal so the eighteen years old you know obviously going into the olympics a year out of high school was very exciting i had a lot of emotion going on. you know nine hundred eighty eight i started to experiment with the drugs they ended up you know getting involved with cocaine i freebasing cocaine and that was the beginning of a twenty year journey for me as an addict i had lost everything i had lost my shoe contract i had lost my house i lost all the financial means that i head was really
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on the street. sleeping on the street for the first time and actually laying down on the sidewalk you know and trying to close your eyes and next to go to sleep when you're outdoors those are the things as an addict that most people don't really talk about so the first time i came down to skid row i was pretty much our five. i was amazed at the numbers are down here i was amazed at where some of the people had come from. the midnight mission first opened its doors and nine hundred fourteen cents and thousands have passed through its drug and alcohol treatment program. two hundred forty four men occupy this space here at the mission and we're going to go and see where i got my humble beginnings in recovery this is the residence when you first
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come into the midnight mission everyone that comes in has to come through this dormitory first. so this was my bed c three up and you can see this empty this is just the way it was when i when i got here i did a lot of soul searching in this period right here i had to make up my mind whether or not i was going to try to stay sober what the program was for me what i was really doing here you know at forty one years old what are you going to do i mean at that point for me it was either you go forward you know what the other lifestyle or you try to pull back and do something different. any time you can fall from grace or you fall from from lofty heights if you want to use that word. it's humbling. the area has always attracted outsiders. three. some stay for a. while others never. come albert
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olson but everybody calls me bam bam i'm a punky ex new yorker my story starts way back when i was a kid unfortunately. nursery school would be my teacher wouldn't share i was thrown out of every school ever went to i been seeing elucidating and hearing voices ever since i was a kid i got i'm one of those cases where i'm bipolar schizoaffective i have anti-social personality disorder p t h d i have intimate rage just sort of a major nightmare the sort of. i also have a gender identity disorder where i'm taking hormones for a transgender issue for sexual reassignment to get my heroine down the color of their good spot to some of the best era when it's give. crack a bad weed mans out a next block. hollowing almost two years ago this only to be two years for me so i spent a good two years down. the general they got ever do it at their commit suicide next
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time for. being so nasty horrible and everything's all over the place it makes you you know makes you want to do something with your life size doing this because this is really rough to do this and i went to the service i got from out of the service for bad conduct one thing is really stinks the fact it doesn't rain here doesn't wash the urine in the pool the way it's a smell just gets worse and worse i beat up my mother and my sisters and i took my kid and by losing my kid and everything else i really really really was smart and i was where i first became homeless because i couldn't rationally. deal with where my life had gone i've been electrician for all these years are always worst. back in the mid seventy's through the mid eighty's we didn't call them homeless back then we were emptying our mental hospitals by basically saying now we have them instead of help you and you can also
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get on disability so go forth and take care of yourself the predominant population on the row at that time and continues to date are the homeless mentally ill obviously many of them are also involved with addiction and sometimes you can't figure out which came first and that doesn't even matter the fact is they've got melanoma serious mental illness because the institutions don't exist anymore reagan closed down all those places and they took all the mental people made and they gave it to society and then. where do we go you either get committed and get locked in and smoke a cigarette three times a day and when they tell you or you sit out on the street you become homeless and you can at least have your own life to some point. in many ways it's an open asylum for the mentally ill we don't have closed asylums anymore except for our jails and prisons l.a. county twin towers jail is the largest mental institution in the united states.
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because we no longer hospital ours are mentally ill so we criminalize because of their behavior on the streets people were really questioning me like how can you open a place just for people who are crazy isn't that really stigmatized. and i said no i think we're going to be just a. drop in center we're going to have the best food we're going to feel like a family we're going to just make it a place people want to come to. so that people had a place to stay. by like two thousand and two we had one hundred employees half of them were members we also set up our own. i came in contact with some of the most beautiful people. that one could ever know we're
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going to go to. a family. you know we took to get it together we play cards together we sing together karaoke number close and deal with all types of people. first city and never in my life in any place i mean all types of people all types when i decided to come down and zero two i saw people just like me depression was one of my biggest things. i've been talking to this is out seven years ago a lot of the owl was a i'm not on the pill. i do it in a way every task i do every test i have. ptosis. where there are tumors that girl in and out around the center nurses. my body.
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i know my health is not good. that are going on my body i had my breast removed dealing with cancer so i'm trying to be strong and i'm trying to be you know it you know and just enjoy my life what i have right now what i'm doing right now is loving myself. or taking care of my business no matter how much pain i'm me and i got to do it. in two thousand and one of the first things released by wiki leaks was a secret video recording that actually looked like a video showing to america actually political just opening fire of a dozen people in iraq this is going to instill a society of images of violence become normal this is what the sense of isolation and lack of empathy look like. when we turn an experience to this fact that
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disassociate r. . and b. . action. activity we all said i would say. certain kinds of moral and i absolutely am frightened of the potential of games desensitize people we know they can because the military uses games based size. of war it is not simply put it is killing and killing. exacts a penalty of the killer. people for whom it is defined by the popular media that.
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those holds for fourteen years but sure it. wasn't because i couldn't get into school i didn't want to go we. can do funny. stuart little came to me to suit you really become of history no c.e.o. should he would have. come from a home a very good home. no. very good home but i want to be a long street wow. learned i learned a little more school knox because that's what this is very wise to life and people . can read right away. i mean even death bitterness where you just what everybody with the media not i
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just admit it you are saying. are. the people. who know right here. those. things. i was born in the trailer house over here in san pedro my father was in the service in world war two when i was released in new mexico where my grandmother was born i'm from the men of clan it's a rich and powerful clan in new mexico it and i would put four years all together in arkansas and i put the last twenty years in hale but. i had my first cats when i was three years old even though i've been feeding these for over five years now i had to pay for fifty a month or kept food i couldn't get to cheap get food cheap or get it i had to pay two and three and four dollars a night for star phone containers and
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a body like eight dollars for just a few pills thing that struck me worst when i saw the skid row was there was no clean fresh water for the birds and kept they let caustic solutions and all kinds of poisons go psych drugs in the water to kids on the verge of drinking and no clean food supply for them to know by now. this carefully before a lot more contact the only path. to getting. this is now this isn't probably the uniform no this is no this is the one that had the sign these kids right here. they learn to kitty and it looks like a rattler the slashed face i got it to him readers. so we hopefully will have more . yellows kill them little ones had a lot of red in her womb or yeah that means i don't care for anything red moon
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you may rule that also purple to sort of the cast of cats going to be born knowing that the women with the right some with muumuu left on louise moulin longing for ok and will stand last night. and guys are psycho even on sight when someone of the sun they come out of it like he sits around and do nothing all day long and he left the room sexually harassing the. fixed address. then you are right there was no starkiller when the psycho level looney thing when one to take it that way and i wait around that you're not here so no need. to read what i mean of address the guy was bollinger one i just don't like. people who take advantage of people. when he was taking advantage of a sure. if you're good enough there she just kind of adopted me as her fiance
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and i've been her fiance or since that's been nine years ago but didn't i started to like her as a person and i start to understand her who she is right here and her. mental illness with the collection of tray a she she has storage is full of cash like three different ones just completely piled up to she pay every month nothing but. but that's who she is and i take her just who for who she is and that's why she loves me and i love her for that. except for that i guess that's hard to my blessings from god. you know because in the beginning was like i truly i would defend her with my life you believe that i would die behind this will lead you right here. life is. love life is a conundrum it could be. so story and everybody down who
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knows that if they bother her today they're going to have to deal with me so they basically don't bother her at all. they hate to she cares all the chairs. for us to see life where. richard be a long time to people why you'll get her off the street or why you don't she won't she doesn't want that see people understand she you have to let them be who they are when she's ready to go inside sure bortsov you she wants to live on the street you have to let her live her slots or should i say live on the street even though she has a horse. she's a trail like linus there were she go. through even though his mother's will set the money he she gave him he's been on drugs and these people knew he wonder and no one has to buy more they keep psyching him. and he almost finished a psychology course thing with three years of medical school ended up at medical school a crack like an end up so bad can memories. and now we see that one back to medical
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school even though he has pancreatic cancer which is really. she is a lot of cars real lot of grief. and ok you know we're fairly well paying for a lot. well because. this is. i was sleeping and doing a blanket. real close friends. sometimes . sleep. sometimes inside it reminds me of why the hell out of there at the sixteen. i try to have my so committed to a hospital because i wasn't connecting with other people and healthy way i didn't
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feel connected to anything i remember feeling very depressed and. i wanted to save the world in myself you know a headache if i go in at sixteen and never come back out again but they would accept me. they would be a bad place to be you know i ran away from home at seventeen years old and i actually kind of job paid. school. married and. had my daughter my first twenty two. and then my last honor. their father divorced me at that point i mean. it. then with the stored it. was so restless. i don't know how to
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do that i don't know how i raised those three girls like that. but he said that my father passed away that hurt me really bad i lost everyone in my life that i cared about they're gone and then happy i came to skid row. i developed a real bad try again i came and came here. and i read the name and never thought about it i just know when you are wrong doing roman doing your misspoken that's what that's what i was going to do. but. that's what i wanted to tama nice remember saying to myself i said he had a long nap and keep doing what i'm doing is going to happen because i just knew i was a little from glad as to say enjoy it and maybe a down syndrome. drug
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is my good to me scare me sorry always use down here i'll bring through most turbulent times down. geos in these situations to sort of mud dish it is a drug addiction crack cocaine also addicted to lifestyle of downtown oh we're. no one judge a small. group in compton rock or southern one horse i was three years old. people forced to have horses in the backyard but they'd never oh i just are going to be forced to take them out no go but ya didn't ride this if you. go i do watch out for ride horses i do like to stand to the old old why you like it so much what you did before i went down they they sparred me yet. that's what i want to know too that i like the smell
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of eleven when they spark me like a baseball or to tell me i was or was. yes no i like horses they sparked me to sunlight my dream would be to live on the ranch. be were horses you know. just be around smell them walk ride a baby. teach people about. when to come the horses believe that they don't. know if they get it because of the past arrest so many people you know violent guys. used to give place to the wall of wall people up and down the whole block and you can hardly walk up and down the street cars could be a reality after everything gone are everybody's either in jan was always a santa monica or venice hollywood or somewhere else we don't need more channels we have woman to institutions and we need more doctors to come down here so the more
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people place now sandwiches that's what we really need we need more understanding we need the awareness that we're not told drug addicts three days. things impact our central nervous system the environment that we grow up in and that we live in our d.n.a. basically what we're born with our genes and drugs. i don't mean is the reward neurotransmitter i mean it's what you see you see and release is from our brain cells and when we are sexually aroused when we smell something's good we'd like to be where and. we smoke crack the brain of a schizo phrenic person untreated unmedicated is a wash with dope or made more souls in the brain a person who doesn't because frankly. the scripture frank brain cannot filter out
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the noises the heat. the vibrations the other people talking to you it's all coming in at once so the medications that we give people for schizophrenia reduce the don't for me unfortunately they reduce it too much and they feel good in some states don't get to feel pleasure anymore when. these folks wake up every morning and have to face another day being a stigmatized marginal person in the world and have to make decisions about using street drugs or using prescribe drugs street drugs or easier to get them prescribe drugs street drugs feel better prescribe drugs don't particularly feel better in their hands everywhere is mentally ill people is always a major because we need them there it's on medication for self medicate so be it how else we can do it what else would you like to do i can't even get my mom would
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answer the telephone what am i supposed to give our medication so get drugs soup on the street be who i am. trying to make it. look like bounty yard. where the locals can enjoy the sun and the ocean. but what was buried here years ago. means these people are suffering the consequences. how much more poison law is on the this ground. someone behind this celebrates when there is what we call the collect bank on which there is a because it alters the code you left by security test was caused by this notion of radionuclides despite your use of treating efforts there remains the don't hold it i just a little less than to tell you is
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a little tony and when you're stuck in iraq going out all the coral reef and over south of miami just down nuclear tests a never ending legacy on r.t. . to move forward.
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there's now no more wrong can lead to a toe. on the road side to the car skidded at breakneck speed and fell into a ditch and i was thrown out of the car she was like a broken dog it wasn't a single piece left. if i lived and had a chance to start my life from scratch i would start making goals to help children . right after he was born the baby was all in casts. his legs are getting bigger and the ortho says get too small so we have to order new ones. has raised money for us. to get a leg braces five years after my potentially fatal injuries in a car crash i gave birth to my little niece so i think she's my reward for helping all those children who are selling dollars to buy life for the children.
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five top military and security leaders in ukraine pledge their allegiance to the authorities of the autonomous republic of crimea. i'd like to thank all the officers who chose me to play the orders of the legitimately thora cheese this is a truly historic day. resistance to rule from kiev a spreading across the southeast of ukraine with protests in a dozen cities against the far right nationalists taking up power after the coup. and in this week's other news diplomatic swordplay between venezuela and the united states has deadly clashes in caracas and beyond see washington accused of killing the trouble. and the controversial christian group patrols the streets of london claiming it wants to counter a guy.

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