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when you have good girls the girls who were your supporters to whom she was shooting for you good girl from the one who's doing. hundreds of people in the central russian city of sort of demand that even murder suspects be put to death after the body of a 9 year old girl is discovered. by the judge could you think. of something like president. also this hour vladimir putin talks turkey's offensive in syria warning that eisel may escape abroad in the as a result of the operation. ukrainian m.p. publishes documents he says were real corruption involving kiev and u.s.
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democratic presidential candidate joe biden. and a true legend so it cost alex who conducted the 1st ever spacewalk dies at the age of $85.00. a very warm welcome to the program from all of us here at r t h 2 in moscow thanks for joining us this hour. hundreds of people have been protesting in the central russian city of toronto after the strangled body of a 9 year old girl was found they are demanding that the suspected murderer put to death. i was i was. i was i was shock spread
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across the city a local resident was arrested and admitted his guilt i was joined by artist dawn of earlier has been following the story. of 1st and foremost what happened a lot of anger and paying that's what our plan but 1st i would like to go back to the video that we just showed you just because it really it is really representative of the scale history and what our friends are still how angry the people who are of like this here the walking a police vehicle why because they believe that the matter is inside and they're all just i mean they will still angry at this man and a lot of people still very a few areas with him the police had to actually when the 1st one. in the open that they did so they put a mask on him so that nobody could identify his uniqueness for the time being and
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they apparently had to cover him with riot shields and basically put their bodies between him and the mobile essentially now what happened what's what is all this about on wednesday 9 year old lisa went to school and well never came back and her relatives and all kinds of all the concerned people they were kept out of the loop for a very very long time so would come when it comes to a family well they were growing desperate. and the girls aren't we really need help we've been searching everywhere if you can help in any way trace contact us we've been looking for her since wednesday ranch time where we've realized this. she's gone missing a lot of volunteers along with the with the police were looking for the girl but there was no news no not negative not positive for $24.00 some 24 hours so eventually on a night from thursday to friday they went to this garage area it's literally like
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a 2nd were nothing but like garages people store their vehicles there they went there because they believed because there was a rumor that the murderer of the suspected murderer was there a long while with the body of the girl when they came there they saw the police and i mean the the rocking of the police vehicle happened on that site and a lot of people they vented their anger at the law enforcement for well keeping everybody in the dark was. going to ask. him a letter. i did see how much did. you know something's not right here to feel well eventually there was an official statement put out that the that they managed to detain the suspected murderer and worse than the station at this point at this point the investigators they have
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questioned the suspected this is back to murder he admitted he admitted his guilt in fact we have a moment of his confession on tape that should be with you for more it. is very. very very. so his version of events was again all of these the his words and all of those have to be verified and checked and investigated by the police but he's saying that he kind of squatted in one of the garages illegally and the little girl little lisa she was just passing by and she asked him a question as to whether or not he knew who with the garage belonged to so he figured the. it must have belonged to her parents so strangle her and what's the situation in the city right now this is the city's a shaken up i mean. the smallest cities some 800000 people live there but i mean still it's not it's not it's not it's not too
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big but people are scared and they want justice only volunteers gathered in front of the garage he was in a police car everyone was shouting give him to us and then he changed his clothes and the police drove him away. will judge him what else can i say these people should never be allowed out of prison but our government lets them out but this is just my personal opinion and now we're very afraid of live in our children alone in the streets but their concern and their dissatisfaction is rooted in the fact that many of them believe that the law simply is right now is not capable of delivering a punishment was severe enough punishment this man is deserving of so there are calls for instance to bring back the capital punishment for him but i mean it's still a long way from that and the investigation is still ongoing. but american has
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raised concerns that islamic state fighters may escape abroad due to turkey's offensive in northern syria because live now to nikki erin for more on this nikki what exactly did the russian president have to say hi jacki yeah as you said speaking earlier today president putin really highlighted a serious concern that islamic state fight is being held in northeastern syria are at risk of a scaping due to the turkish military operation there and he made these comments during talks with his counterparts the presidents of turkmenistan they touched upon a range of international issues but putin really did underscore his concerns about this ongoing turkish military operation in northern syria called paste. bring here's what he had to say. all those and there are zones in northeast syria where i saw fighters are concentrated the zones were secured by kurdish fighters and if the turkish army enters them and the kurds leave these camps the ice the fighters may
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flee i'm not sure that turkey will be able to take control of them in time according to our intelligence but there are hundreds and thousands of ice or militants where will they go this is a real threat to all of us. well along with those serious concerns person also said you know he's really worried that the turkish military won't be able to bring the situation under control rapidly enough he also said that russia will not be getting involved in the situation whatsoever he also said he has grave concerns about the scenario just not just for the region but also as a risk to the rest of the world also now as i said a lot of international topics were touched upon during these talks with the president of turkmenistan one of those being the i.n.f. treaty that is of course the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty that was the treaty that bound the u.s. and russia together but the u.s. decided to abandon it and russia says that now it's not going to putin said that russia is not going to stand aside idly and watch the u.s.
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while it works on developing its own intermediate range missiles and russia will be working on its own projects to. the pentagon has said it's going to place its newly tested missile in asia they are currently negotiating with japan and south korea it's clear the number one target is but we are not happy about that is it can reach russian territory we will work on creating such intermediate range missiles to now that the americans have them stated that we're not going to deploy such missiles globally in places where the americans don't have any but there's been no reply to that statement strangely only silence i think the us deliberately doesn't reply and their allies cannot say anything without them because in this sense their sovereignty is severely limited so maybe they do have an opinion on the matter but they just don't voices all of that concerns us. is staying with the u.s. person also shared his thoughts on nato drills of course the u.s.
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recently announced the largest military drills in europe and that being held right on the border with russia this is something that putin did kind of make light of he said. something he's not going to be losing sleep over and he also kind of hinted that russia had been a lot more considerate in holding its own drills because they had been done in the center of the countries there was not to bother anybody else outside of russia some of that typical of president putin humor there so those are some of the highlights from those talks today in the capital of what is to make here and bring us the latest thank you. legendary soviet consul. passed away at the age of 85 in 1965 he conducted the 1st ever space walk marking a major milestone in the history of space exploration of how an illustrious career he commanded the soviet half of the historic apollo mission in 1975 the 1st joint space mission between 2 superpowers as i use capsule docked with the american
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apollo capsule for 2 days in space astronauts and cosmonauts traveling between the ship's. nasa has expressed condolences on the passing of alex a and all of they interrupted the live broadcast from space to commemorate the cost but not. right. yeah right you are.
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right there are. still true solutions that you just you have to. get to the solution you do. if. you showed. we all know it was also a writer and artist creating over 200 paintings depicting his adventures in space his name was given to moon craters several streets and schools in russia with
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monuments to the cars not in moscow art is sufficient for non-si how to chance to interview and all of several years ago he described what it felt like stepping into outer space for the 1st time. what does the little f. and the outside go what we got a blur when i got out of the spaceship and stood on the shuttle edge i said suddenly indeed the earth is round we left the spaceship at a height of almost 500 kilometers from the nidia point to the horizon i could see a circle with a radius of almost 2750 kilometers i could see 5500 kilometers which is half of the earth it looked like a globe or a very good map of what some parts were covered with clouds and it was so quiet it was so quiet i could hear my heart and i could hear my breathing it was all because of the you getting used all of a sudden i heard attention attention someone has gone into space and is floating
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weightless lee and i was even more surprising to hear the legs a please come back soon put that we're waiting for you on earth silly it was the integration of speaking or it was a mixture of joy grief and sadness little as with something absolutely extraordinary were genuine all this took some 10 to 12 minutes distribute that stimulus and this how long did the flight take with what's this just sort of 26 hours. its length was not the main objective we were it was impossible to surprise anyone at that time and the question was whether it was possible to live and working in outer space. i was to solve this problem or you can watch our team documentary taking a spacewalk on our website in a special project on space x. but.
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on this edition of crossfire we demystify serious kurds almost all of the criticism launched against syria policy is not rooted in facts actually that criticism is driven by false narratives and the inability to admit that international proxy war to overthrow the damascus government has failed the sooner all american troops leave syria the better for syria and the beach. you know world of big partners. and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smart we need to stop slamming the door. and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the troops the time is now we're watching closely watching the hawks.
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welcome back a ukrainian them pay has published documents that he says were built corruption involving kiev and u.s. democratic presidential hopeful joe biden in 2014 biden was u.s. vice president and a go to man for ukraine while his son hunter was on the board of a ukrainian gas company. has more. with its big personalities and explosive revelations politics is like a good t.v. show take the biden's ukraine plot for example which is currently stealing time former vice president joe biden his son hunter trouble of course i mean ukrainian president have recurring roles but a new character has appeared on the scene ukrainian m.p.
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andrey catch now captures and to center stage and accuse biden of making a pretty penny from his dealings in ukraine and with one company in particular when it was considering to this was the transfer of the barisan group's funds for lowering activities as us to gauge his believe personally to judge why didn't through the law being company funds the amount of 9 $100000.00 were transferred to the us based company send it to partners which according to open sources in particular the new york times is if. payment reference was payment for consultative services just a quick intro to the recent group as one of the cranes largest natural gas companies coincidentally or not hunted by tomorrow on its board of directors for almost 5 years ago he was entirely qualified for having no background in the energy sector many experience of ukraine but his father was the obama administration's
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point man for ukraine so why not any way to captures published documents which show that over many years the brits macgruber almost $1000000.00 to a company called rosemount seneca partners before anyone cries foul and says photoshop spin up to its old tricks the money transfers can be seen black and white in a federal court fall from an unrelated new york lawsuit there's nothing concrete to suggest that biden sr has been sconce in a big leather chair rosemont seneca but let's just rewind a few years. the year is 2009. why joe biden is riding high he's vice president but poor old hunt is not doing so well his cryptocurrency fund is going through a rough patch off to one of its key people and stanford is court right handed and charged with ford and to the tune of a tidy sum the indictment alleges that stanford and his co-defendants
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engaged shouldnt scheme to defraud investors who purchased approximately $7000000000.00 which are tickets of deposit c.d.'s administered by the stanford international bank ltd so hard to decide to see green a posture has and sets up a new company rosemont seneca partners he got sutton christopher hines on board who conveniently happens to be the steps on a future secretary of state john kerry it's a small world of people who couldn't cash in on their family name residence anika advertised itself as a consultancy that just wanted to help small and middle sized companies expand not just across the u.s. but into foreign markets too. the yen is now 2010 and raising months out of has partnered with a little called the stilton group and continuing his good company hum to chooses as his partner james bulger the nephew of new tourists u.s.
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banks to whitey bulger who might affect a gruesome and in prison just last year so sensational was his life he even got a movie based on. this you are. become. removed. when you see the movie. so here we have this happy trio the piece on the future secretary of state steps on and the nephew of a mob boss for lying around the wall trying to get money from investors. the year is now 20 thought teen and joe biden's on an official visit to china 2. and in photos from the trip hunters by his side just a regular full of the song trip except 2 weeks later and his buddies signed off a $1000000000.00 investment contract from china is the wall just full of
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coincidences. the year is now 2018 and hunt is again in a bit of a pickle as co-founder of rosemont seneca fellow director of the barista group is charged with security for what it's funny how many bad apples hunter has been surrounded by like i said every t.v. show has got big personalities and big revelations and it would seem a very tangled web of characters. with biden's 2020 presidential campaign hit by controversy others in the running have received a boost up in looks at the different ways white house hopefuls are trying to win over voters. elizabeth warren the current front runner among democrats contending for the 2020 nomination says that she has been the victim of an injustice she says that back when she was 22 years old she lost a teaching job because she got pregnant when i was visibly pregnant about 6 months
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along. the principal called me and. he wished me luck. he'd be more comfortable having someone else now back in 2008 she was telling the story a little bit differently you actually pursue that career i did that for you here. and within that song. i actually didn't have the education courses so i was on an emergency certificate it was called and i went back. to graduate school and took a couple of courses in education but in 2019 it looks like she decided playing the victim card would get her a little bit farther just like her claim to be native american which helped her get into harvard university the democratic candidates absolutely believe that voters need a victim mentality she needs to be authentic with voters more than being a victim to voters it appears that she was never actually fired for being pregnant in fact there is a resignation letter that she apparently turned in at one point and here's another
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presidential candidate he's chosen a different role as i've stated strongly before and just to reiterate if turkey does anything that i had migration on mash wisdom considered to be off limits i will totally destroy and a brooch or a the economy over i've done before now donald trump can certainly play the victim when it comes to impeachment inquiries and media bias however he's also clear on other things he's big he's rich and he almost always gets his way for them in trouble also considers himself a victim he refers to the witch hunt against him especially in the russia collusion case now with the impeachment he refers to himself as being the victim of one of the biggest hoaxes in u.s. history and a witch hunt so he uses the victim term in many cases but then he will flip that on its head and suddenly talks about how he has this unmatched unparalleled wisdom many americans don't like the idea of being the victim they like the idea of being a victim of being stronger or being
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a winner as opposed to somebody who's been put down so different camps and different means of appealing to your voters democrats seem to seek sympathy by showing ways they have been mistreated 50 years ago this month madea's family moved into the town i grew up in. to be denied because of the color of their skin it was trying to distance with white activists you know there was a little girl and california who was part of the 2nd class to integrate her public school and she was passed to school every day and then. little girl was me in each generation in my family starting with my grow up my grandmother who came in 1902 from mexico as an orphan. we found out that it's not enough in america to just work hard and for your family to work hard not trump's tone at all let's review how the donald presents himself i am the one i'm a very stable genius i'm so young. first i am a young vibrant. i would give myself
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a plus now to be fair donald trump is not facing any serious primary contenders he's got the republican nomination pretty much in the bag but it is interesting to compare the 2 different approaches the victim mentality is not the winning strategy when it comes to a general election in the primary system in the united states you are actually playing to only about 2 to 3 percent of the electorate in order to win a primary when you get into the general election and now you're facing all voters it's a very different mentality i think the general sentiment of americans is to be competent to be strong to not be a victim to be a winner perhaps it's just a different psychology if you're a republican you want someone who is strong undefeated and will come into office in order to make america great again and if you're a democrat you want someone who has suffered and understands what you have been through and when they get into office they'll help level the playing field now there's admirable aspects to both approaches but the gap between them is pretty
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staggering tale of mop and artsy new york that's a breakdown of the day's top headlines for this hour thanks for tuning in. in this community there are people who believe that it's ok. it's really hard there are no jobs and you see the kids that ask and as a parent. i can come up with arguments and there's a lot of conflict within the game and between the teams most of the conflicts i would say are over. there most of them is made. close one on each other and
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it's mostly known each other is good because the state of california makes $6000000000.00 a year of the prison complex and you get some $25.00 where. you don't care. anything. why a paradise with some ground turned into a round the experimentation field the agricultural chemicals we know that these chemicals have consequences they are major irritants there's no question otherwise why would that the chemical company workers themselves be geared up that suited up locals attempt to combat the on regulated experiments that often in day you have many of these people have one foot into the biotech pharma and the other foot in the government regulatory bodies this kind of collusion is reprehensible while the battle goes on the chemicals continue to poison hawaii and its people so one has to ask the question whether there is
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a form of environmental races going on in hawaii whether these companies feel they can get away with this because the people have less political power.
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hello and welcome to cross talk we're all things are considered i'm peter lavelle on this edition of cross talk we demystify serious curds almost all of the criticism launched to get. syria policy is not rooted in facts actually that criticism is driven by false narratives and the inability to admit the international proxy war to overthrow the damascus government has failed the sooner all american troops leave syria the better for syria and the region. talking syria i'm joined by my guess omar while coffin u.k. he is founder and director of the good offices a think tank in britain that focuses on syria and the middle east in beirut we have more awesome and she is an academic and journalist and in dublin we cross the mike rather he is coeditor of b s news dot info right in effect that means you can jump in anytime you want and i
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always appreciate it let's go to beirut 1st you know i read the reactions very closely to try for a partial withdrawal i mean he tried it before and he failed and now he's done it again in lieu of the another illegal and the invasion of syria this time by turkey i mean i was just aghast on that characterization of what's going on in syria right now and western audiences have been given so much to assume from ation and false narratives it's very difficult for them to even understand what's going on except for war must go on endless war and i've been a critic of donald trump for many things but this is the right decision it was a right decision a year ago go ahead in beirut definitely and i'd like to remind the audience that dunn trying throughout this campaign before he became president he was always talking about pulling out the troops especially from syria where his narrative before he became.


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