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black racism anti islamophobia by a piece meant or capitulation by god for thank you. after the break naomi campbell david bowie and cake boss just some of the subjects of one of the greatest photographers in the world ellen bottom work to run away from the circus to pick up a camera told us i'm all coming up about two and going underground. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation and another by michael stop on the border doesn't come from open eyes of god i'm just i'm just a dumbass on the guns not woods as that see that you got on into this it's a must also cliburn them proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that a such a security risk when you have a black box operating in the public eye to microsoft dependency puts governments
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the left but the state of trump's marriage to form a fashion model malani a trump whilst few predict could. today scandal involving the marriage of a model and the love life of an actress impinging on geopolitical catastrophe london has been no sting the work of an internationally renowned german photographer credited by the u.s. first lady as one of her photographers we caught up with other involved i'm worth these iconic images of satirize down drunk's formed the visual imagination of media from film to print at the opera gallery in one of the richest areas of the world london's may for her work has appeared in too many magazines to mention and she's directed beyond say riata britney spears demi moore and kirsten dunst new book is called lady land i'm more interested in women because it's more fun you know it's like playing with friends and dress up barbie daughter you know you play this hand make up and it's just more i think the work is more stronger but you know maybe next time it's going to be made an exhibition.
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how did you begin your career because you were modeling of course yeah i was modeling and he gave me the camera i didn't really know what to do or with my life and he gave me the camera and said there's a plaster circle end of my nose when the circulates up you press a button there was my crash course for the go free and shortly after i went to kenya and i started to take. pictures in the streets and i went to villages a foot after women and the kids then and. when i came back my friends had a magazine called gin and they were like i told them the pictures and they were like oh and this is a really nice you know there were surprised because it was a model and people always think models are stupid so i mean even me i was surprised i didn't know i that i had talent for photography it really came to me in
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a way so that's how i started and then i dressed up my friends. i put makeup on there i put leg had on that dress the mop and you know my modeling friends and so we just started playing together and. then you know my modeling career came to an end really quickly because of it to the photo if i said oh i think you should put the light over here and then act oh really. so you're invoking id was. when they did their job before you were immortal you you joined the circus you were in a commune yeah i didn't get that unconventionality that you bring to these photographs here we go you know i think it's on comes together you know it's my life it's like on my experiences all over the years and you know obviously being in lots of different places when i was a kid and then i finished my school in the mountains and it's true i was living in a community. in
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a village in an old farmhouse with cats and dogs and playing music all the time i visit in the street to make money. because we didn't have any money at all and then i went to this circus in germany quite frankly. to see it it was a very it was a lot of had a lot of noise about it because it was very romantic a very beautiful way pointy and like people like skinning my bad man and went to see it so and i saw it i was so intrigued it was so beautiful and i went to the director and i said can i stop working in your circus and he was like oh you look like a circus guy you can start tomorrow. so that i was there for like four miles but you know it was very influential of course the whole circus life that does to carry everything because i've been in this country photographers usually came from the upper classes would go to royal wedding coming up here obviously the sixty's changed all of that you. you didn't come from you put up
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a club german that you know he's. i mean of course today european society loves it so what what about the rule of klosters with obviously gate was in there we can build a famous working class women yeah well you know i think if you have the hard life if they have a tough life it kind of makes you strong and you know a lot of athletes come from a very poor background but you know they become so powerful because they have to struggle all their lives so this is a little bit the case for me so you know even so i have like a kind of funny character but always you know i always had to because actually i wasn't often so since or in my or my life i always had to find people who were good for me and who helped me in my life so as i did with grace coddington the welsh genius inspired you quite a lot and she. she seemed like
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a very different type of background she came under criticism saying she was inspired by communist china. what inspires you to make photographs like this. while mostly the people not the. people that i meet or. the man and stories stories i read stories movies love movies i love to insulate my pictures of like movies and fashion and all that fashion designers have to say it's always super interesting it always always beautiful to see a show or always gives you a lot. your first fashion campaign with catherine the british designer i think yes she is famous. from the archives was talking to mrs thatcher in a t. shirt against nuclear weapons yeah what was it like working for designer resort vesely political in the night when it was it was great i love to be these people
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have something to say and i got to see and outspoken and i was really super excited when she was. first it's true at my camera since two months and she called me to do a campaign so i was very very excited and she loved the kind of documentary style and also the strong sexy woman so you know i was like whoa whoa getting of my first campaign discuss and have that and we did lots of campaigns after and yes i discovered lots of photographers she's very good i mean. i mean on the bow. and like you know would you have to the reporter style from journalism you bored a little them in the process of making these voters to seem so alive and and now just as photo journalist yeah because when i was a model i was was you know that always asked me to sit still and to look to the left and the right and i went you know that was had lots of energy and i wanted to
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express myself and you know do funny things for the of of not just don't move and when i started i wanted to catch the lives i wanted to catch you know emotion and live in a documentary style like in the like. is likely to lie but just like shooting and capturing these things then you know it's made some of my photos being is like out of focus or moved but i love that energy and that's what i always try to kept or united them more or less the story you know like almost like actors but i love when they go free just like play and you know i love and spontaneous and something happens tell me about the david bowie kate moss picture which is created quite a few headlines here in this country about. regardless of its playful the ideas of media intrusion and so it the idea was to do it like the story of escape and
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david flew up you know the movie controller and yeah. so david was the photographer and kate was the villain character and we did lots of pictures of the background on the backdrop and this one was actually at the end it was like you know i never stopped i was keep shooting shooting and you know david just put. in a playful way and that's you know playing the proper axes thing and or he's stopping with bob or you know that he's like the hand you know he has the hand like i know that's the whole and yeah that's how it came and i love it because he looks so protective and she looks so fragile but still kind of cute. yeah and it's you know such an iconic couple is that the first time you took a photo of the. yes i think it was the first time and it was very funny because he had like we had this huge machine and he was holding it was he caught that with
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machine is like oh this is my biggest fat. do you think still it's you mention and turn your meeting it's still the directors from that period of that are inspiring you as a film director and you're right as a photographer italian miriam's woman yeah i mean also the germ of. the german movies from the twenty's and the knowledgeable male in the movie is just like to feel bad or mary mother of all those movies because that just the woman there was so beautiful and larger than life and i always see women like this and you think censorship is go worse or better in the time of the thirty years you've been photographing oh i think it's get much worse. i thought you know i've fortunately you have because i think the society becomes more pretty tiny and also advertise. become much more straight about what they want they don't want to do you
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know you do and you don't mix of clothes between. design. and you can. cigarettes anymore you cannot do this you can do that i mean like in magazines and stuff so yeah there's much more in strains now we're obviously not condoning the use of cigarettes as a when you like them up here. how important is control of the final images because sometimes you work for magazines for great magazines them i've worked for so many years a great magazine but often it you're disappointed when it comes out because that improved your favorite picture that's why i do books also because most of my favorite pictures don't get printed cause a little too provocative or they're out of a little move or like just doesn't have the right outfit so. in the magazine i would have yeah i have total control and the books of course are very expensive for you is that way exhibitions are important for your work so that
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more people can see them yeah yeah no that was great you know you just touch a total different range of people who come to the exhibition the great way to to to connect with people or go is one thing about photography that's changed in the past thirty years is the fact that everyone has become a photographer because they have mobile phones what do you think of a development they can do their own reporter yeah it's crazy and they do i mean sometimes a girl i take pictures and the girl is like taking pictures for four or so you know like. everybody. can but you know there's still a difference i think when it's i hate to say it but it's amazing i mean all the things you can do all the different apps you haven't even thought you can do for the city of mobile phone and i don't want to do it i think after. sounding a little bit weird let me know what it's doing and so much fun myself on
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a dno it is so much you can do or doing it a good photographers at a business that. no because it's all about the eye it's not about the tour you know it's i mean it's about what you see and how you see things and that's an important element of what thank you thank you that's it for the show will be back on wednesday to ask for a home office minister norman baker has done because i'm going to draw as a man about how much of the new secretary really knew about the windrush scandal until then keep in touch with us by social media see on wednesday. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education as being supplanted by the right to access to education alone it's high education is becoming just another product that can be bought and sold but it's not
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just about education anymore it's also about running a business and what you could almost a three g. could not could this also not for the final economy. i want is the place of students in this business model before college i was born now i'm running stream or higher education for the new global economic war. i fight for many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super money kill the narrowness and spending to twenty million one player. it's an experience like nothing else going to be true so i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game but great so what more chance for. the thinks it's going to.
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so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race in this on off and spearing dramatic developments only really going to exist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. to us as part of core titles. donington this thing said standing stock poor now. because of a viral political adult i belong to be on the wall street a ballpark so please talk to me it was a little while ago start to put us out of you're going to sue people get out to go potty. if
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you do so at all me out we all goes to strike and we're cruise could all go no they go for opening for our own use so. let's follow. the call course plus we're not dark it was difficult to look darker. ok when she sees her you could fall in the routine. and you can become a scene. in time for venting. level was hard sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles they don't want. to do start to try to tell you to be gossiping probably by stealth. off the eyes and tell me you are not cool enough and let's fight. these
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are the hawks that we all have our good walking. the headlines this hour vladimir putin has been officially sworn in as russian president bringing you the highlights of your gratian ceremony. also to come britain's foreign secretary heads to washington in a bid to save the rainy nuclear deal has donald trump's decision on the green looms and. the difficult part. is on the one ties for him to be killed. hundreds of interpreters who work for the british army in afghanistan face deportation from the u.k. even though they were promised asylum by london parties speaks to one of those affected.
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hello there well can you watching at international this monday afternoon where it's just gone two o'clock in the russian capital. has officially been sworn in again as russian president he won the election back in march goshdarn office at the ceremony at the kremlin palace. vladimir putin who is known to be sometimes fashionably sometimes not so fashionably late well this time he was right on time with work like a swiss clock i should say and really this ceremony had a very fresh spirit compared to the previous ones for instance city center of moscow was not blocked off for traffic but instead lattimer putin got a call in his office and then we saw him walk all the way to the east side to this palace now he also rode for briefly with his motorcade and for the first time apparently he preferred to his usual mercedes benz limousine
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a new one russian made cortege which literally translates as a motorcade it is a new vehicle designed specifically for the russian president it is in its main feature is how well protected it is it is rumored that it can basically withstand being hit by mortar rounds so this is what we know so apparently it was probably the first time that he actually rode that vehicle now he got in here he walked through these magnificent kremlin walls kremlin palace walls said an oath and then he delivered a speech and basically the first thing that we gathered from that speech is that he does not expect this presidency to be easy and we have to keep up with global changes to create an agenda of granny breaking development so that no old sticklers of circumstance are going to return to you from determining our future by ourselves from realizing our most ambitious plan with your dreams so. well also vladimir
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putin made a very big emphasis on his on the responsibility he says he's feeling in front of all the people of russia he focused much more on the internal on the domestic policies of russia on the domestic affairs in his speech rather than on foreign policy. for instance he tried his speech to try to be very unifying he tried he made of visual a very vivid effort of trying to unite the nation in these in these times. we need breakthroughs in all spheres of life i strongly believe that only a free modern society that is ready for change and innovation that rejects injustice extreme conservatism and excess bureaucracy only such a society can achieve this kind of progress i believe that the main basis for the development of our country is the unity of the free responsible civil society and
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a democratic government. after delivering that speech vladimir putin was pretty much on his way and the russian government has already disbanded itself it has already you with design which is a normal of course procedure in this situation so the next thing the next big sensations that we could expect is from vladimir putin's new appointments as to who's going to go in to be the prime minister of cause this is the main intrigued as to the key positions the key ministerial positions also many of them remain remain uncertain so this is definitely something to look forward to. you know the news the british foreign secretary is making last minute efforts to persuade donald trump to stick to the iran nuclear deal but johnson is currently on a two day visit to washington where a whole meet with senior trump administration officials. takes a closer look now at europe's efforts to change his mind. trump's apparent
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intention of dropping the iran nuclear deal later this week has sent the international community into overdrive there are now two competing influence campaigns playing out keep it and kill it seemingly testing out the theory third time's a charm the british foreign secretary boris johnson is in washington and a last ditch effort to save the pack from trump's wrath that's after the leaders of france and germany had no luck whatsoever isn't there we believe it's better to have this agreement even if it's not perfect and have no agreement. if. the iran deal is not sufficient to see that iran's ambitions are curbed and contained it is most important to recognize that iran through its ballistic missile program is trying to exert geo political influence in syria and lebanon. the solid robust verifiable agreement that guarantees that iran is not a nuclear weapons to denounce it without proposing anything else would be
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a serious mistake not respecting it would be irresponsible. and we should acknowledge that the current agreement doesn't allow us to address all of the issues among the things not covered by the iran nuclear deal is iran's activity in the region of. this by going in with iron resolve both the chrono and merkel and it up looking like they were just trying to pander to the u.s. leader and although boris is set to meet with trump spice president and his hawkish new national security adviser those two will likely try to browbeat johnson into accepting this is a bad job and doomed deal i don't see that there's any prospect of a real fix to this deal i think the deal is inherently flawed i think it's a strategic the buckle for the united states the nuclear deal is a disaster and the united states of america will no longer certify this fuel can see. the only hope france germany and the. ok seemed to have is to push for
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a compromise with trump simply tweaking the existing agreement but perhaps we're not seeing the whole picture here maybe the problem for america actually goes deeper than this one pact we got a president is a president who doesn't listen to. the people who are naysayers and a president that is as true to regime change as we are. meanwhile pushing the white house to abandon the agreement is the israeli prime minister whose country isn't a signatory netanyahu just last week gave a pretty dramatic power point presentation on iran's secret nuclear program which turned out to be both not secret and non-existent still b.b. is flying to moscow in the coming days to try and get his message across to president putin the kremlin has been clear on its stance however we are going to support the deal concluded with the previous u.s. administration so with both sides battling it out everything for now is still up in
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the air this deal took years of exhaustive negotiations to reach and surely none of that included worrying about what the next guy in the white house thought but if one naysayer is all it takes to bring them down maybe it sends the message that all landmark international agreements should be structured to only last for one presidential cycle it shows that the united states foreign policy is not based on responsibility but it's the use force the u.n. has no place other world powers are not given enough room to play major actors in the us foreign policy and this shows major failure for diplomacy in resolving global issues like nuclear problem that's the main message of the kind of policy that has been adopted by donald trump. now hundreds of interpreters who worked with the british army in afghanistan facing the threat of deportation from the u.k. despite a promise from britain that they would be allowed to stay we spoke to one of the
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people who's affected and he says the only thing that awaits him back in afghanistan is death. if they deport me back there is only one times for me to be killed he doesn't know when but the u.k. home office has informed abdul bari that he's going to be deported to kabul within the next three months abdul says he can't go back to afghanistan because he worked as a frontline interpreter for british forces from two thousand and eight to two thousand and ten my life is in danger my family and i have the same danger they try telling me but they told me that you know that you joined the infidels. you can talk about there was only one chance for me and i must leave the country cost but the second time i could put that the main time to pose for the family so if they catch me that they would definitely just leave the country the british defense secretary gavin williamson has made headlines in recent days by telling the home office that
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afghan interpreters should be allowed to stay in the u.k. but that reassurance only refers to around four hundred form a interpreters who had been given five year you tavi says they expire soon and all the authorities have done in reality is say that they'll waive the costly renewal fees so those celebrator you headlines don't apply to the six hundred or so former afghan interpreter is still in kabul who have had their asylum claims rejected nor do they applied to the consul of complicated cases relating to former interpreters who were forced to flee and entered the u.k. illegally like abbeville all of us are delighted that those who've had their criteria and their families are here and will stay here and that nobody paid any money there are still people who are being looked at and we need to be careful that we don't better.


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