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you. know. what. the caribbean island which was annexed by the u.s. in eighty ninety eight is about to elect a new governor. many young people have turned out before. ruth wants to make us a. little bit in the number one. i live i am a. little mass killing seventy percent that's. trying . to look at it look at least in the long run it. has been passed bringing austerity measures to overcome the crisis. a federal
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american board is supposed to govern puts a rico. does the independent candidate she's determined to defy washington and many view the federal board as a humiliation. to killing some you can be a little bit is set up with. this ability to be that it will go to. the ceiling easily this is this police still can't fit into this and this is. a desolate and yes it needs to do something about the economy doesn't apply to me to some make up on this. other part of the u.s. as poverty and debt levels as high as puerto rico.
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i didn't. like. how. it would be. like i. was. paralyzed that public debt is sixty six billion euros i record in the history of the united states. to its status as a free associated state doesn't have the same rights as other states that's why it's not allowed to declare bankruptcy. that's the paradox of put a rico its citizens are american but the territory is treated differently.
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and. they want to. control the island's finances to pay back its debt to american creditors. since that announcement. of the federal. dissipating. friend still. given.
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privatizing public institutions tax increases strikes by officials. middle class children are affected the most. tonight oh.
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but the future. of the country's biggest public. announced another round of budget cuts students
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and lecturers have been affected by austerity for five years the university already owes five million euros the flotus name of the serial the modern know it us this you know many. of us except that when i see you on that. and i think the other senior at five or so i thought it was a sci fi but i certainly feel nothing field in the us you gotta get that way i know . nothing in the senate to. be counting my business on it so much that it doesn't fit into my living room looking like the last it was going to. look it was a thing that it was the sun was a little. thing it was like a. leaf i can cause. by twenty three and no
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longer receives a university scholarship. to complete studies she had to take out a six thousand dollars loan. that was going to see. the same resentment in their cities are. likely. to get it really i don't like it inside. the public university isn't the only one affected by the austerity policy. fifty kilometers from the capital school had to shut down in twenty forty and her aunt was a teacher that. she still has the keys to the school. your kid has a nice little. the goal to say. and
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to solve it on finding the son doesn't matter and to get lost at sea and i'm. going to. go get into. that. cohen. pointed out again not a lot of it out i don't know a lot of these. couples a lot of what the beagle. went on got to us out most. of the daily month. would be in a futile pasta repeat. the moment to plant i have to be a few i don't want to see it can you tell mine you think we can we were in hope so
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you know maybe it's. my little secrets audio tape on top of his unite to build good stick with us so you know. because of its debt the government has already closed down one hundred fifty schools on the island. spared so far worried about their future. symbols that quite a lovely idea is to them on. a test and get. this our young daughter him they found out about them by pro and. tyson organizing. the school closures have added to. add leaves village now seems to.
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and so on one but capital industry and tourism had long been the island's long term development engine. but eradicating tax benefits for american companies drove the ricoh into crisis its unemployment is twice as high as the usa is. how do you know. i'm all macho mafia coming out of the wall mall. and they don't want them i am going. to repay on a student loan hadley as a social worker. for ten hours a week she helps seniors in need. when you add them along that. any. day. i get to say i. also see.
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he. is sixty eight years old and he doesn't receive a pension he still works as a painter. he was not out of that are going to. work. because of where they. were going to. the end of the year.
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down below them boys ha it's a pro it was a big idea i hope will see you stay asleep be in the ten men down to the last in may the out side like i say bottle and be it's time. damn i need to get up a little denny's are simply going to get in and gamble put in a given month down town and put on clothes who end up getting paid on a bus only. i see i don't want you to know that i'm still at the see me i'm going to talk about. who's your mole you know. we've mugged me for moved to tears with a lot of holes yet i'm going to movies. wants to know if you don't think that's a magnificent piece anyway some place from which is my for food i think they mean
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to say russian people they're really nice and friendly and i might the foreigners feel welcome in russia it's all very interesting very good movie because the food was dusty it is not a very enjoyable place to be in several of her friends make a post by standing by someone come to the lose you the number one letter to be so amazing to me in some ways you go through instead due to the punch post there is also i mean most people the last year were very bad the faces of everyone here which are there still things still. in case you're new to the game this is how it works not the economy is built around corporate corporations from washington washington controls the media the media control the voters elected the businessman to run this country business equals power who must it's not business as usual it's business like it's never been done before.
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when the whole make us manufacture consent to step into public wealth. when the roman closest to protect themselves. with the primary go round lifts only the one percent told. to ignore middle of the room sick. dilute the real news. the world. hears will people been saying about rejected in the neighborhood still i suspect it's full on awesome well the only show i go out of my way to a lot you know a lot of the really packs upon our elite yap is the john oliver of our three americas doing the same we are apparently better than food at some a c. paper you devar heard of love redacted tonight was the president of the world bank
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though very popular and a serious look send us an email. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last abang turn. caught up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each day. but then my feelings started to change you talked about more like it was again still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like him it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one quite different i speak to you now because there were no other takers. to claim that
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mainstream media. it's make. young lecturer giovanni is handing out hot meals on the rio piedras campus. to. the sun. there's a long line he hands out hundreds of meals every day and he said. we're . going to see the good in the city and. they want to see that also to my son you.
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make up for them on a simple lol. that's what he said i think they put the flamenco phenomena for him and. you know. what the limit on anything. else is. a. ruth and adrian the two young activists peter here as well. he went down to the canteen in the nanoparticle me and he they were nominated. for an easy looking at the man of the planet and i'm not. sure and i'm. not going to we have a. five. zero. zero this year ruth wasn't able to find a job she lives on three hundred fifty euros in public assistance. can.
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i believe. it. was a chemical or something i'm going to sit in the moment. to think of when. people will be able to see by the following income when. you are. you know. i know you. will but. a few hours later the city comes to a standstill. the island experiences a power outage. at the university council to.
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put it. that way. i think i'm kind. of bought by. the public electric company is the business with the biggest debt in puerto rico. power outages have affected rural areas through. here. i believe they. embody thought out. the meaning of. the month a couple. ruth has lived in this fifteen
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square meter room with a roommate for a year it's the best solution of san juan. just as high as in american cities. but i'm sorry i. don't. know about and. i mean honestly. i feel like. they're afraid that the power outage might last several days. a roommate want to buy food he's. still open thanks to a standby generator. that. you
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know. from your. input to rico everything is more costly than in the u.s. on average twenty percent. enough. to capitalize law requires that the. american ships. blessing for the u.s. much a navy which supplies percent of all food. that's a good analogy. without this
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law puts a rico could save a billion dollars a year. this year a new austerity measure was added. to settle its debts the island increased consumer tax. seventy percent to put a rate goes public debt is in american investment funds. which received tax benefits for the loans. and you action group has denounced the island colossal debt for several months it speaks. blames the u.s. for much of it. seemed. cool.
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by guns initiative is seeking to cut the debt. it's trying to prove that it all came a belt illegally. for my. love interest in the puerto rico prohibit me from they want to know you know that all. sarah. business is built by resting on the. one people see almost as. oh yes i remember. the dead be partially counseled. in the meantime the crisis is worsening.
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a few kilometers from the capital ruth with it's a grandmother. carbon is ninety and lives in her house alone. she's been a social worker her whole life. has. no job and feels for a pension the public pension fund is empty. one of the nothing about a right. i thought i had. bought on e bay i don't. get billing a thing young and then but i mean what else. you're going to get out of. the. most of comments children who fled the crisis by
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moving to the us. it's that enjoying. ok. new york. nobody like a yes i mean where do you go. the part that he could never. make it but. i guess we have an idea. that i mean. by yeah. that's you know i think. better to. have the with. me and i think i may. be you could do. a.
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better i mean. in an american passport is the last resort the sort ruth doesn't like a tall gentleman. you know. what i know. either way but i mean. we're taking a game where you. only a few shows who dream of independence. the american passports triumphs. more and more put to rican to leave the island actor is among them. he's waiting for his flight from san juan airport.
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every day to. one hundred put a recurrent migrate to the u.s. it's the greatest migration crisis in the island's history. people with stories to tell. it still. hurts. to say first and this is. they're here to speak their truth here.
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seemed wrong but old rules just don't hold. any belief yet to shape out this day comes to educate and it gains from it because betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. the trump handshake at the g twenty is no part of history while the reading appeared to go well both presidents said so moving forward almost by law the relationship is problematic at best are the u.s. and russia destined to be enemies.
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i've observed events of the past few years and asked myself several times what's going on in my native germany. millions of refugees. u.s. intelligence agencies in discriminately listening in on german citizens of the government. and once again judgments accepted east. asians from various political parties and various independent experts and journalists little effort to understand just how independent germany really is when it comes to decision making. whether it acts on its own national interests ok or is out someone else's will. credit is one of the basic instruments to drive an economy but it can also lead to tragedy i did it i took a line the whole gist i came to god and meant that the debts tie game and it was firing up and found. many lives have been broken by excessive debt and the banks
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got you into trouble on all the big bankers copy. their income their government the banks but i just didn't think of the ordinary men and women who lost morning through the back under don't buy creditors people see no future bad face who have become ill you due to job your relationship breaks down you become a casualty is debt a lifelong trap or is there a way out of those actually trying to better govern a wooden reichl to ditch bill from so much frustration from which. things. just. cause.
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donald trump jr plays down what he calls a nonsense meeting with a russian oil rejecting allegations of collusion with moscow. amid reports the displaced mosul residents are starting to return to fears a growing they have nowhere to go as the iraqi cities liberation has left it devastated. the u.s. is apparently backtracking on his plans to restore relations with russia just days after the leaders of the two countries agreed on several key issues.


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