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we'll these are just. first considerations host impressions that come to mind. certainly. all where experience will study of the oh there will be a technical expertise also. we will be ready. for the call months for the considerations of. the. extraordinary service from the executive council we will deal with these reports on . these i appreciate as well but just on your first use of this report how the trustworthy are the sources on the samples that were studied. you know all. of these are basically stumbles.
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into all. ends and. these are people that. it was impossible to implement the cost to the team. for samples from the schools and this is very similar but. which means that the samples had been taken by somebody born it's been brought by somebody and they just absolutely no evidence go it will deal with. you know this investigation has not reached a conclusion of course we know that why do you think western officials are so willing to state that the assad government was responsible. i think the miles you want it is just the same policy for the money as i know. of trying to topple of the syrian government to demand i the president.
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we've witnessed this policy over. a certain period of time and this is just yet another example of the stand bullis. i don't need the results of the investigation. on the eve of april the table there are to be. certain in bold in woman of the syrian government i was in washington i'm. trying to time with the delegation of the office of w. and because of the image i'm with the people from the state department and on the national security council and people said biomedical problems of the. need to give all their idea all clear. i asked them home with
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me so i'm also the source of it and then by all of these why don't the bin people and then if this if it will sound somewhat it will inspect a little. prompt inspection. forms will know or you will say it will no use at all we all sort them both of these so they are not interested. told. another one. we. formed an excessive defaulted team for not one in dual. with chip will. happen but also told the shut up everybody's. mo. was that used by the syrian planes to go to them an. american populace. dismissed this idea is just.
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because it gives the north of the mandate of the falkland in which is not the case . completely in line with the terms of reference. well there was and always the goal should be didn't know. that we. all made a compartment. again. some. had to be over on. some particular racial and so you know the. new chemical and so. was made to the user. but we invited them in why did they do it will be sure w. will work to inspect please. do. so.
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well william don't understand. thank you for making the time to speak to us this hour on r t alexander russian representative to the o.p.c. w. the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons thank you. what are world news this hour facebook twitter on you tube could soon face fines of up to fifty million euro in germany if they fail to act quickly to remove hate speech and defamatory fake news with more not here is policy. according to this poll a company has twenty four hours in which it must delete content that has been flagged as being potentially hate speech or fake news and the failure to do so will result in a fine that could be as high as fifty million euros now the proposal was put forward by the german minister of justice and consumer protection and it talks about
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compromise to beating i'm quoting obviously criminal offenses but of course the question remains to whom is this obvious and at the same time who decides what is fake news this is certainly not a hard and fast rule then it's not clear now there are concerns that the bull could lead to some form of censorship see bye bye to freedom of speech in germany does it mean germany will start to punish c.n.n. for russophobia those arguing that hate speech is not free speech i'll let you burn hate speech when you let me define it this is going to be the end of free speech and then internet this is of course not the first time that regulation is being looked at as a way of dealing with so-called fake news earlier this year you had facebook setting up its own fact checking community and it says that this service will be used to regulate and also get rid of fake news now what facebook is doing is
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a using third party fact checkers and amongst these are the a.b.c. and the associated press and the idea is for them to evaluate material that could potentially be fake news after having being alerted to it by uses but the problem is that even these so-called fact checkers are accused of not being impartial and this has left the public very angry who chooses the fracture or is a somewhat older expression of the same sentiment goes who will guard the guards. first book is used to say well they will tell you when to believe the news or not i am so grateful no more research removed this should make things so much easier now in april google acted against fake news as well creating user tools to deal with misleading content but the bottom line is that you have some very serious problems who determines what is fake news what is fake news and ultimately how do you prevent this whole evaluation leading to censorship we got reaction to the new law
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from political activists in germany and the united kingdom. speaking as a political activist the tricky thing here is that i know in the last forty years in most most industries you basically have self-regulation instead of regulation and generally doesn't time to stand out because it doesn't compel profit making entities to take steps that are going to cost them more so in principle the idea of having a law there that actually forces the social media companies to do the right thing is a good idea but the problem i think is that you're now creating huge incentive for facebook to remove all sorts of things on a precautionary basis and that's where it starts infringing on really important issues of free speech we don't even know what is illegal or not in the moment we do it perhaps and certainly opinions are lost opinions and there are absolutely legal we do not want this we do not want to know here we are afraid of our genetic algorithms doing the decisions in the future and other than we'll never
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be able to tell if this thing is a joke is it hate speech is it fake news or not. the iraqi prime minister has declared victory over islamic state saying the army house recapture the al nuri mosque in mosul which is where isis declared a caliphate three years ago but months of heavy fighting between the terrorists and the u.s. led coalition have devastated not only the city itself but also the lives of hundreds of thousands of locals.
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within minutes of mosul as liberation headlines right across the world were dominated by the recapturing all of the city iraq's prime minister is declaring it and. in mosul and at the caliphate iraq supposed claim as it takes mosul famous mosque iraqi forces say they've taken iconic a mosque in the heart of mosul that was destroyed by isis iraqi forces battle the last isis fighters in those. in what is undoubtedly a victory in ridding iraq of the scourge of ices it is worth remembering the effect on the people of mosul iraq as the of spent over a month there during the battle this is what he thought when he heard the news. liberation that's one way of putting it obliteration is another the goal was noble enough free thousands from isis isis the so-called
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caliphate is crumbling wieters have abandoned fighters to die local fighters are being left to rot where they fall remaining inexperienced fighters are making rookie mistakes drawing them selves and fellow fighters up accidentally in preparation for combat mission accomplished mosul has been cleansed by fire the city almost the size of a room reduced to rubble it is difficult to describe you've got to be there walk down its blasted streets and you'll feel it this is what the off the mouth of a classic strike in mosul look like view here really epitomizes what mosul has been through the neighboring street all but destroyed the street across rubble the street over there it's the same story wherever you look the press was
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tightly controlled no freedom of reporting in mosul. we saw what we were allowed to see but this was enough. on you little bit little alarm would deploy this one had you a good bit common. sense i didn't i'm sure a half million. at the end of the time and if you tell us that anaemic but i think that i've been the fall again of now my. javelin would. not like that. streets and buildings can be restored lives canales children families whole neighborhoods was sacrificed to u.s. strikes in the liberation isis made sure that civilians died they used them as
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human shields hoping that the coalition would stop its strikes they miscalculated the bombs rained down until the end two billion casualties are a fact of life in the sort of situation when a single u.s. led air strike killed more than one hundred civilians i remember clearly how they tried but failed to contain that at first they blamed isis then they admitted to the bombing but still blame diocese perhaps civilians are being killed either by mistake or because the enemy is using a tactic that actually has them become part of the target that is on them not on us it's not our fault that we're killing civilians they said we'll remember this
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as a victory the liberation of mosul. but liberation may be the wrong. we spoke to a representative of unicef in iraq he told us that most children are in crucial need of protection. in this particular war each of those children trying to still
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trapped in west mosul are in dire need of protection and this is what we're calling for the devastation of west mosul is extreme the people have been damaged psychosocial care of these children has to be up higher my concern and that's what we unicef will of trying to address of the most the problem now is that these one hundred thousand people lives in the sheer scale of it and the time length of time that they have been displaced which is going to affect so our planning procedures that are in place but the fact that over the next three months or perhaps longer we're going to have to continue to look off to the place. where enormous strain on our resources. a u.k. conservative party m.p. has claimed there may have been foul play in the u.k. selection earlier this month we take a closer look at that in ninety seconds. something
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in the muslim world. and therefore i don't think there's any interest in the movie. called the feeling of. every in the world should experience.
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and you get the old. the old according to just. come along for the. welcome back to the program it's only is threatening to close its ports to migrant rescue ships operated by n.g.o.s which it suspects are being exploited by people traffickers the country's being increasingly struggling in recent months with tens of thousands of refugees reaching its shores. was. was was was was was was.
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was. without has been a constant scene down the months the italian prime minister says the country's being forced to take drastic measures with it and wants his neighbors to help. this message doesn't come from a contrary that wants to break the rules all bend on its commentary and position its a contrary that is under pressure and which asks. for a concrete contribution money. i'd like to see did we want to help italy to address this issue dissolution please if you can obviously we have to discuss the issue together we do believe we can't leave find that italy or greece on its own prime minister gentle loney also stressed that his countries bearing the brunt of caring for migrants under e.u. rules or refugees need to apply for asylum in the first member nation of the actually enter now that places an enormous burden on italy because of its proximity to north africa from where many bullets arrive. there's also tension on the police
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northern border this week around four hundred refugees clash with police near a time where they were trying to from crossing into france the time has been labeled italy's many in reference to the huge migrant camp wants find out the northern french border police used tear gas against refugees who tried to use a river to bypass apartheid. we talked to a x. italian diplomat and former head of the european security monitoring organization the o. s. c. he say's the e.u. should do more to help at least deal with the ongoing refugee crisis. the collective the european responders to be. more wide face the wall he touched even don's told he's not to. say it's intended to close the polls. should we. be stating
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that. the only destination. that. counts is to know whether the car is my brother so it's a way to put this issue with the european and major national attention. a pretty conservative party m.p. claims the country's snap election earlier this month. to voter fraud. takes a closer look at those claims. well look this system in the u.k. is that you can be registered to vote in two places so where you live and where you say work or study but you only have one vote in you have to cast that vote in one place and there are concerns now that that system may have been abused at the general election earlier this month british students have apparently been boasting about being able to vote twice both where they live and where they study during the
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election they apparently these posts have been seen on social media and some members of the conservative party are very keen to investigate this further take a listen to one conservative politician asking for an investigation from the leader of the house of commons the conservative. colleagues know about those little general election people can be registered in two places to vote it's been a number of students for bragging about the front with a bow to not only live. where they go to university that is an abuse of the situation we do need to get to the bottom of people deliberately voting twice which i understand is in fact illegal and so we do need to investigate this and there appears to be concern about this from among the general population as well a petition calling for this to be investigated online is gone uring many signatures
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and this is been brewing ever since the election took place the former leader of you kate nigel farage he spoke about it in a u.s. media interview just a few days after the vote took place take a listen to what he had to say we were saying to our students look i will wipe away all your tuition it will be absolutely lovely girl i say many of which were corrupted by it but actually voted. twice i mean he was talking about the student vote quite generally that in the off the mouth of the election the polls have shown that younger voters and students in particular voted overwhelmingly for the opposition they are party here the leader of which is jeremy corbin for whom support was very galvanized in the run up to the vote of course he promised to scrap tuition fees and that was a big sweetener for
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a lot of the students who then went on to vote for him so you don't really need to be the world's kind of most astute political analyst to wonder why it's conservative politicians who are calling for this alleged to go to forward to be investigated given how slim to resume a's majority in the house of commons now is. the syrian army has told the r t v other islamic state fighters have been cornered in their last stronghold in aleppo province. that happened this afternoon after reinforcements came in from the southwest a crucial rued linking hama province was recaptured from march through and that means that the whole province is now liberated what we know is that the government forces secured the sapho road in the siphon east of the province of sicily cutting off eyes of the sky routes i was on militants have been in control of the territory for roughly four years syrian journalist al abraham told me more on the development
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earlier. according to our local sources the radical group was not able to fully withdraw its fighters because only. too quickly for the with the with all of the radical groups and now we have the situation where there is a small. place for. one thousand five hundred square kilometers over forty according to field commanders and even according to the rest of the area retaking one thousand five hundred kilometers would be very easy because it's open small villages no major obstacles and the fighters of the radical group in that area have lost all the will to fight now understanding that they are now under a full siege this is an important development it means that the syrian army is actually able to make gains against the radical group is actually trying to regroup move forces where it can defend its areas in a better way actually about the notion of maintaining control. but
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also it did not actually throw in the towel yet in the fight for control of the deserts of central syria. under farmers here at the top of the hour with your news headlines in the meantime on our t.v. the residents of an indian town built on a smoldering coal fields are forced to remain to provide for their families despite all the risks we look at their stories.
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in a revealing video c.n.n. has shown as many critics have claimed the network is more interested in the bottom line and a political agenda rather than reporting on real news we have asked c n n's evidence free war against donald trump is really at the expense of real journalism. seeking a failure there's the situation over. the private company where sixty eight or seventy billion dollars a lot of the radically executives are leaving or have left include the c.e.o. who are going to parachute in possibly as rumored shell some board a c.f.o. of retirement according to c.s.s. and so that i'm sure will be another multi hundred million dollars he's already a billionaire so this could be a multi hundred million dollars floor for her regardless of where the company says she's and others a lot of people speculate that the underlying core business model of goober is
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unsustainable and this company's going to go the way of enron as multi billion dollars to say. that going to that they could be drug addicted now ya know i you know i got out of my head i think if i had to. fold last place because if the good lord yes they are going and it. has good legs. you must love him.
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