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there is the most noble political deciders to have more green energy but if implemented in the wrong commercial way. it will over the next few years save was in the timeframe of three full five years you will have such a mountain of subsidized projects they'd cetera that are unlikely to be able to stand on their own two feet. one else shows seem wrong. when old quotes just don't hold. me close yet to stamp out disdain comes to catechize and engagement equals betrayal.
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when so many find themselves worlds apart when you choose to look for common ground . hello again our anxiety over a possible global conflict a feeling of helplessness and spending more time on social media could be the symptoms of a new mental condition therapists in the u.s. do say they are seeing increasing numbers of patients with what they call donald trump anxiety disorder apparently it affects both his supporters and detractors well those that dislike him for example do tend to worry that the world will end
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while his supporters feel isolated from society and even their family with therapists now saying trump's policies make their patients feel on edge u.s. democrats are also appear to be suffering too because recent polls show they are still believing that russia rigged voting in the u.s. to get trump into office although that is something denied by the majority of u.s. government agencies is colored market explains. well the ideas that are commonly labeled as conspiracy theories at this point are most commonly associated with right wingers and top supporters in the public mind however it seems that liberals also have their share of tinfoil hat thinking polls show that fifty five percent of democrats believe that russia actually did tamper with the voting results only thirteen percent of republicans buy into this idea which is pretty universally rejected even by the staunchest russia bashers that i know of no evidence that through cyber intrusions votes were altered or suppressed they did not change any
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votes tallies or anything of that sort so if russia did indeed carry out election fraud on behalf of donald trump why would james clapper and john brennan and the intelligence community say that they didn't do that are fifty five percent of democrats actually convinced that the cia is covering up for russia that's quite a conspiracy theory we decided to ask new yorkers about it do you think that russia changed the voting results in the last election no no not at all ok and fifty five percent of democrats apparently believe that why media that's why. propaganda fake news trump says it best they're delusional misinformed or they have their own agenda beyond that something else do you think that russia changed the voting results in the last election s. can you tell us now well i'm sure through technology they were able to somehow
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finagle possibly i think so i've heard that a lawyer so. yeah maybe but i don't know that they found. one story that he keep bringing up and attack president trump and i think they're going to try to milk as much as they can but. i personally don't see any evidence of fresh millionaire elections i lived through pretty. our media and wall in the united states of people don't know the truth about what's really happening pressure is not the enemy that they make it out to be some people think that the moon landing was fake others think that nine eleven was an inside job and it seems that the majority of rank and file democrats believe that somehow russia got into voting machines and changed votes for hillary clinton to vote for donald trump the truth is out there but perhaps people should look for it someplace else. artsy new york in one of a since the house and keep romance between the two leaders the kremlin now looks
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like it is beefing up its support for trump even more. recently there is side war somewhere russian trump star can be moved yet destroying trumps hollywood stars but have you tried for. president has security out there on the board for protecting ishtar.
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tuberculosis the world's deadliest infection may become more expensive to treat now softer the u.s. requested a paragraph be removed from a un resolution draft the initial resolution dating from july the tenth was obtained by r.t. from a source involved in negotiations on the matter and it contained a paragraph calling for affordability and the removal of various barriers for the production of tuberculosis treatment drugs be on the request of the us that paragraph a paragraph was in fact removed the final document dated july the twenty if does not include it doctors without borders explained why this paragraph was crucial for combating the disease. oh and she's to be able to to take measures to remotes and you know generic manufacturing
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other words competition. for drugs when medicines are unavoidable for a country or when there are new generic versions available it's a part of the. international the lecture really warms and every country around the room has agreed that countries have the rates to through the use of these folks ability is. what tuberculosis is an infection that kills three people every minute mostly affects the lungs but can also attack the nervous system too and in the past twenty five years the world health organization twice declared this a global health emergency and it's not a cheap disease to cure either treatment of its latest form seen in south africa to cost around fifteen thousand u.s. dollars per patient while the pharmaceutical industry does invest heavily in lobbying in washington on this matter drugmakers spend over one hundred seventy one million dollars there in two thousand and seventeen we spoke to easterly also from
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doctors without borders and she thinks that the u.s. was lobbied to amend the un declaration of this. this is not a new element i mean those of us who have been advocating for affordable access to medicines globally for the past twenty years know that a number of countries are very very strong pressure of their pharmaceutical industry who are constantly asking for much more police stronger monopolies longer monopolies because of course that it's much more profitable for themselves and we know that the united states is very strongly influenced by the pharmaceutical lobby and it's therefore that they are bullying other countries to accept. the deletion of troops sex ability. look at other news now in
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a teenage activist who for some is a symbol of palestinian resistance has been released after an eight month stint in israeli prison. but i was going to. do the judiciary was. to mimi left prison with her mother who was also told they were both met by supporters of them at a military checkpoint in the west bank. but none that i hope to see campaigns that were established for me can't even carry on for the other prisoners because there are more prisoners and i stand with them in these campaigns in support of their families while the seventeen year old was arrested in december along with several of her relatives she had been filmed slapping and kicking israeli soldiers after her cousin was shot at close range during protests a video of the incident went viral.
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well. i mean he was convicted of aggravated assault under proctoring israeli soldiers a case sparked a number of protests there were in palestine as well as in europe to israel's practice of detaining children has been criticized by rights groups however some israeli politicians claim to me means eight months in jail. is relax true mercifully with these types of terrorists israel should treat harshly those who hit its soldiers we can't have a situation where there is no terror lack of deterrence leads to the reality we see now we must change that. to me does however have a long history of resistance and even violent resistance she's reportedly been an activist since she was twelve. so that brings you up to date that's i think looking so far today and back again at the top of the.
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this is says holland kentucky. over all of this movement voices people were going to st danny's blame only. a co money city with almost no co mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal was said that there was a lot of these people the survivors of a world disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would say that and it's happened it's happened. i've been saying the numbers mean something they've matter of us is over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten like our current family each day. eighty
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five percent of global wealth you longs to be ultra rich eight point six percent market saw thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building a two point one billion dollar a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember is one one just shows you can't afford to miss the one and only boom bust.
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hello and welcome to cross talk where all things considered i'm peter lavelle trumps imitation to putin to visit the white house is postponed putin turns around inviting trump to moscow have a grand plan regarding russia or is he merely keeping a campaign promise this and much much more on this edition of crossfire. talking trump's agenda i'm joined by my guest here in moscow erich krauss he's an independent political risk analysis we also have bob it she's
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a political analyst with international and in london across the charles schumer bridge he is a security analyst and a former u.k. army and counterterrorism intelligence officer right gentlemen cross-talk rules in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want i always appreciate charles let me go to you first in london here we had after the afterglow of helsinki trump appeared to have want to have another bite at the apple and then he changed his mind we can talk about why that happened and then putin turns around and invites trump to moscow the same kind of perilous jeopardy or is a different gambit in play go ahead charles in london what i think both presidents have showed what is possible and what is possible what's the. or should we say what trump himself might even call the deep state push to one.


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