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Dec 26, 2016 2:30pm PST
after george michael sudden-death on christmas day. russia. mourning for the military plane that crashed on sunday. aficials say it is likely technical error. hundreds of thousands displaced in the philippines, disrupting christmas celebrations. we will bring you the latest. we start with the death of george michael on the age of 53. his career spans the decades classics such as last christmas. now reports. among the first to react, on twitter she wrote farewell my friend, another great artist leaves us, accompanied by a video presenting michael with the award. reached -- his song don't let the sun go down on me reached number one in the u.s.. he wrote, i am in deep shock. a beloved friend, the kindest most generous soul and a brilliant artist. his family,s out to friends, and fans. the costar said he was also heartbroken by michael's death. meanwhile fans in australia said they were devastated. >> i admired him as an artist. another artist gone this year. >> the most heartfelt tribute came from lgbt activists around the world, including in taiwan where george michael is andbrated as a g
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May 12, 2016 2:30pm PDT
monster." it is a thriller starring george clooney and julia roberts and is directed by jodie foster. clooney plays a financial tv talkshow host who was taken hostage after giving a bad tip, and julia roberts is the producer calmly speaking in his ear. "money monster" had its world and whilen cannes, jodie foster the director has been coming here since she was 13 with "taxi driver," for julia roberts this is the first festival ever. >> without risk, there is no reward. >> who is that guy on camera 2? >> is this a union thing? >> stay calm, i am right here. reporter: a celebration of capitalism gone wrong. in the show "money monster," a finance group gives advice on how to invest in the stock market. but after a company he backs goes bankrupt, a disillusioned viewer decides to get his revenge by taking him hostage. for her fourth film as director, jodie foster tried to get a human dimension to the financial thriller. : there is constant helicopters and guns and bombs, and you know, fast-paced excitement and all that. but ultimately, the real jewel in it is the relationship between the
PBS
Jan 1, 2014 6:30am PST
weeks returns home father george bush was kidnapped by islamic militants in camp. south sudan's government and rebels had to pee stops two and two weeks at ethnic violence in the world's newest nation it's still unclear just what has talked with that. we're very happy two thousand and fourteen it to you all take a closer look at celebrations that rang in the new year worlds. q what's your thoughts. thanks for joining us to start now with the return to paris a french priest in georgia and unabashed he was released tuesday after being held hostage for seven weeks by the islamic militant group vocal from the priest was kidnapped at his parents in cameroon before being taken into neighboring ninety area he was welcomed on his driver here in paris by french president francois don't. he made us all to do since my release i've been finding out about all the people he reached out to me. all the communities he prayed for me. north sydney those days in captivity seems terribly long. the same time that's nothing in comparison to other prostitutes who are held for longer. and it was still b
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Feb 23, 2015 2:30pm PST
argued in the thirties-- issues passed down, literally, from father to son. president george bush sent congress a bill that would allow banks to provide a variety of financial services, echoing the position his father, senator prescott bush, had taken 40 years before. congressman john dingell jr. chairman of the house energy and commerce committee asked whether giving banks more freedom wasn't asking for economic trouble the same concern his father, congressman john dingell sr. had voiced over 50 years before. my daddy taught me there's no educational value in the second kick of the mule. i've tried to learn from others' mistakes. the banks propose to rush out and get into many businesses. wouldn't the bush banking bill open the door for banks to speculate in new business with federally-insured deposits, just as s&ls did? we're not talking about taking insured deposits from banks and going into the securities business or the insurance business. what you do is you build these walls that say no insured deposits can hop over from the bank to fund any kind of risk-taking, any activities in
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Jun 10, 2016 2:30pm PDT
october 1975. the other a year earlier, the so-called rumble in the jungle with george foreman in what was then zaire. ali won both fights. we go to the stadium where that fight took place. ago,re than 40 years muhammad ali made his entrance in this stadium to fight george foreman. those lucky enough to witness the legendary showdown still remember every detail. >> when ali was in the ring everyone supported him. the whole stadium was alive shouting 'ali." it was insane. when the eighth round started in less than a minute, ali took for him down with 1 -- took foreman down with one hope, and that is when the party started. >> muhammad ali's stay in mobutu's zaire was short but the champion made an impression. inspired us all. it was the fight of the century. >> today, boxing is as popular as ever in kinshasa. at the entrance of the stadium, many kids train at the muhammad ali i had boxing club. the fighter remains an iconic sporting influence. >> boxes are upset because we lost muhammad ali. i want to become like muhammad ali. i train. i'm applying myself. thatmost 42 years on since oct
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Jun 16, 2017 5:30am PDT
win is a communist candidate. >> low turnout is marie-george buffet's number one enemy. she is fighting to keep her seat and a suburb, north of paris, one of the last communist strongholds. 67% of residents did not vote in the first round. the candidate has come to support the shop workers and their plans to cut 26 jobs. >> workers are becoming destitute with all of these labor market reforms. this is the new right wing and macron embodies it. we did not manage to win the presidential race but for the program entry, we have to fight against macron. parliamentary, we have to fight against macron. >> the candidate running for macron's is set to go after those who do not vote. he was born and raised in the constituency and she called 25% of the vote in the first, behind her communist rival. the president's candidate believes she will be best placed to make changes for the community. >> here, we have had 20 years of communism. as then sending people to sleep proving miracles at every election. at the end of the day, nothing changes. candidatesident's gets in, nothing will happen. h
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Mar 16, 2016 2:30pm PDT
budget, george osborne said the growth in britain will be weaker than previously expected as a result. reporter: george osborne has now presented six annual budgets to the house of commons. every year, the keyword has been "austerity." the economy is strong, but the storm clouds are gathering again. our response to this new challenge is tap now so we don't pay later. this is our conservative budget. so that the next generation does not have to pay our debt. reporter: osborne pointed to external factors, a week global economy -- weak global economy. he announced revised figures for low -- for british growth. it is set to stagnate at 2.1% for the three years after that. reason for the conservative government to keep cutting spending to the tune of 3.5 billion pounds by 2020. this caused anger in the opposition's ranks. the chancellor just delivered is the culmination of six years of his failures. >> order! reporter: the upcoming brexit referendum is also looming large. osborne and the government defended their position to stay within the european union, explaining that leaving the eu wo
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Nov 15, 2017 5:30am PST
george papadopoulos had arranged a meeting with the russian president. although he says he has no clear recollection of the incident, sessions insists he rebuffed the proposition. >> i did say, do not, you do not represent -- like something like that, i pushed back and i was concerned that he not go off somewhere pretending to represent the trump campaign, he had no authority for that. correspondent: george papadopoulos pleaded guilty to relying -- to lying to the fbi the same day that the chairman of the campaign was indicted on 12 charges, including conspiracy against the united states. anchor: there has been a victory for gay rights in australia. the country has overwhelmingly backed same-sex marriage in a survey that was held through the mail. it paves the way for legislation that could make australia the 26thth nation to formalize gay marriage. for more we go to thomas moorhouse. correspondent: big crowds in front of a big screen, for a big announcement for australia. on wednesday, equality campaigners and gay couples came to this park and this was the broadcast they had all come t
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Dec 1, 2017 5:30am PST
the pacific ocean. of the moving on, one biggest stars of the screen, george clooney, has given an interview to french magazine -- to a french magazine. streetr: and the french paper is talking about it. clooney talks about his latest rbicon," set in the 1950's. the interview turned to politics, in particular donald trump, george clooney has publicly criticized time and time again. it also turned to french politics. it turns out clooney might have a bit of a man crush on emmanuel macron. he says he would love to see someone like carolina miranda: to many outsiders, culture in los angeles is something that begins and ends with the movies, but the city has always been home to radical voices and new ideas that have stirred things up in art, inin literaturure, in architecture a and urban life. in recent years, the city's artistic profile has grown bigger and brighter with new cultltural instititutions, n new approaches to art, and new ways of thinking about the landscape. join me as we hit some of the city's most important cultural nerve centers. i'm carolina miranda, culture writer fo
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Nov 7, 2017 2:30pm PST
but they'll yet to agree on the best way to proceed with more on that i'm. joined by george tenet he's from the tax justice network in the united kingdom thanks for being with us on france24 tonight. and let. others do. starts out with the corporations you know the apples in the nike in all these huge funds to. have managed to shift their profits of sorts so that they pay only a fraction of the usual tax rates are in european member states don't year argued. at for system of unitary taxation at presumably that would require cooperation from every single country on s.. naram actually it's a system that has already been adopted in the united states to measure how the. corporation tax is divided between individual states since there. is a measured up to buy canada it is something that i countries continue to rely unilaterally. and simply what it is is saying instead of each country trying to. tax the local subsidiary a of each multinational and then not the most national shifting profits out of the country by making all these deals and trades and. other companies owns in tax savings
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Mar 10, 2015 5:30am PDT
failure and that he wants to be remembered as nixon and george w. bush. he will be remembered for his decision today. >> let's take a look at some other news stories we're covering. a suicide bomber packed with explosives into a police race in the cyanotic peninsula that killed one civilian. the latest in a series of suicide bombing against authorities t here. the u.s. ambassador to south korea has left the hospital after surviving a knife attacked. he was slashed in the face and hand. his face required 80 stitches. the ukrainian president says rebels have withdrawn a significant amount of weaponry from the front lines in eastern ukraine. attacks have fallen significantly though there are still accusations of continued violence on both sides. humiliation for athens or a victory? talks resume on bailout arrangements mainly in brussels but also in athens. they were adamant that the troika would never return. we have more now on the new tense times after their meeting on monday. >> there is no time to lose. they agree that greek bankruptcy is not desirable. the mood however is tense.
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Oct 20, 2017 2:30pm PDT
. speaking out against the politics of division and only hours earlier so too did his predecessor. george w. bush. a thinly veiled attack. back on the campaign trail for the first time since leaving office former u. s. president barack obama spoke at a thursday rally to support the democratic candidate running for governor in new jersey. obama didn't mention current president trump by name but many say his criticism of divisive politics was an implicit rebuke. some some of the politics we see now we. we thought we put that to bed. what does pulls what can? fififty yearars but. if the twenty first century. love the nineteenth century. it is rare for former u. s. presidents to openly criticize those who have preceded or followed them in office. but obama wasn't the only former presidents take a job at trump on thursday george w. bush obama's republican predecessor gave the similar speech. hard danish in asia unlike many other nations is not determined by geography or neck or in the city. my soul our blood. which means that people of every race religion ethnicity can be fully. and equally amer
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Aug 12, 2014 5:30am PDT
quite insulting. other papers are blaming his predecessor, george w. bush, and the two previous iraq wars. in "china daily," you can see the hand of uncle sam lacing a missile shaped seed that has turned into isis, biting the hand of uncle sam. >> turning to something much lighter, a lot of french papers are looking at french president francois hollande's birthday. >> it is his 60th birthday today . . they are being particularly harsh on his birthday, talking about the trial of solitude. they asked the question, what in the world is the president thinking about today? what is on the mind of a man when everything seems to be slipping around him, when none of his policies seem to be working, nobody has confidence in him and they remind readers of his record low opinion polls. rich people do not have confidence in him, and they -- french people do not have confidence in him, they say, and never has he appeared so unpopular and so alone. he is running out of steam running out of breath. is he going to be able to blow out his birthday candles? >> that is the right wing press. giving that
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Apr 13, 2015 5:30am PDT
eight years of incumbency. e.j. dionne says that hillary's model will be george bush sr. who in 1988 ran himself as a more palatable alternative to ronald reagan and ran a brutal campaign against democrat michael dukakis. hillary clinton will have to put distance between herself and barack obama and get tough on the more extreme elements of the republican party. jeb bush might be running himself. hillary clinton and not him will take his father as a role model. annette: controversy in turkey over the pope's mention of the armenian genocide. oliver: this template has a headline on its front page -- "pope 1915 crisis." the minister of foreign affairs summons the vatican ambassador in ankara and says they are straying from the facts. in the english edition it says the pope was only citing a statement that had previously been signed by his predecessor pope john paul ii in 2001. it notes that while a number of countries have recognized the genocide but not the united states, and he wonders if the armenians will try to get barack obama to mention the genocide. thus far he is only using the arm
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Jul 9, 2015 5:30am PDT
of princess charlotte and her brother prince george blessed by the gods, according to the magazine. one more look at a magazine that comes out every two months. it promises to give readers reason for hope. it takes a closer look at our memory and wonders if our memory is still useful. why should we burden ourselves with also to information when we have internet and external hard drives and tools in the palm of our hands. to take a look at our black box -- it takes a look at what it calls our black box. genie: thank you so much for that look at the weekly papers today. if you want to get a closer look at the press review this week, you can check it out on the website1
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Oct 16, 2013 5:30am PDT
secret. good afternoon, george. the nuclear program is at the heart of these discussions in geneva. give us an idea. >> 2003 is when the key negotiator for iran -- at that time they had only a handful of centrifuges spinning and now have an estimated 19,000. when you have a lot, you can get close to bomb making capacity by enriching uranium at different levels. let's try to visualize this with a graphic. what we have at the moment is in richmond going on at different levels. a five percent level and the 20% level. now, when you get to the so- called red zone and there is a lot of -- a lot of in richmond going on in parallel at those levels, you can re-enrich at the weapons grade level, which is about 90%. the amount that they are talking about does not answer the concerns from the west. because of the expansion of the program and of the enrichment five percent as well, with those going on in parallel iran has a lot of material and it could, if they chose to, weapon eyes. >> we have been talking a great deal this morning about one of the details to emerge from these repose goals, th
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Apr 10, 2017 2:30pm PDT
george's church in the .ity the congregation was gathered for the start of the holy week before easter. this man survived the blast. sitting in the front and suddenly i felt everything go black around me. i passed out and someone told me to the ground. a short while later a second suicide bomber at the church in northern egypt struck. a surveillance camera filming the entrance to the seat of the church captured these images. >> while they were searching him they found something. he pushed a button and blew himself up for you the two police officers were blown up in the explosion hit people in the vicinity. group hasamic state claimed responsibility for the attacks. celebrated in the church just two hours before. he is due to meet post -- meet pope francis in three weeks, a trip to see a christian community targeted by multiple bombings. anchor: for more we can cross now to cairo to speak to our correspondent. thanks for speaking to us. the president has declared a state of emergency. and acrossn cairo egypt think this is going to address the problem? >> it is hard to know the reaction
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Feb 2, 2016 5:30am PST
, he became a naturalized american in 2005. having served in george w. bush's administration, he was then texas' solicitor general and a litigator. ted cruz has an almost evangelical belief in america's redemptive powers. thecruz: we have faced to abyss, and the american people rose up and we pulled this country back. we have done it before. we can do it again. we can bring back that last best hope for mankind that is the united states of america. ted cruz' platform is pro-life, pro-gun, skeptical of climate change, and should he get the republican nomination, ted cruz is likely to be the most right-wing nominee in decades. genie: the european union has unveiled plans for key changes in britain's membership. designed to ensure the country votes to stay within the e.u. and avoid a brexit. in a letter to e.u. leaders, donald tusk says the deal for britain will respect the rights of non-euro countries but it does not given veto rights on europe's on matters. prime minister david cameron has promised to hold by the end of next year. let's listen to him now. david cameron: on so many thin
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Jun 7, 2017 2:30pm PDT
department under george w. bush. hello and welcome. straight to the top story this evening, and unprecedented dual terror attack in iran has been claimed by the islamic state group. the first attack took place wednesday morning at the iranian parliament, and around the same time, another attacker targeted a muslim south of the city dedicated to ayatollah khomeini. the desk tolls currently stands at 12. 40 others have been injured and five people have been arrested in connection with the attacks. leader plenum -- supreme has been reacting to the attacks, calling them mirror fireworks that would not weaken the country's fight against terrorism. two simultaneous terror attacks in the heart of tehran. first at parliament, where for attackers stormed the building and went on a shooting spree. iny did so as lawmakers were session. the siege lasted about five hours before one of the attackers blew himself up and the three others were shot dead by police. to the we were close parliament in a taxi, we heard some gunfire. tourity officials told us stay away because apparently a shooting w
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Jan 20, 2017 2:30pm PST
sworn in his vice president mike pence took the oaths of office. as well as president george w. bush and jimmy carter, they're unableaudience watching, health.it to ill let's listen to an excerpt of what president trump said. >> what truly matters isn't whichh party controls our government, both whehether our gogovement is cocontrolled by te people. januaryy 20, 2017 will be as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again. >> donald trump is speaking there. toled a standing ovation hillary clinton at that congress lunch before that recap. with me is, james from our watch desk. the reaction to donald trump's first speech as president. >> a lot of people, some have taken it pretty seriously. policy to hear from donald trump does hearing quickly from the wall street they have reaped the reward of government. people do not share in its wealth. obviously there is a lot of criticism against all politicians who preceded him. some people choosing to -- whether this was the moment you criticizing or not, i don't know, a lot of people focusing on the facial expressions of th
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Nov 6, 2014 5:30am PST
august and extended them to syria in september under the confines of two laws passed by the george bush administration after 9/11. they say the president can take action against terrorist troops without the green light from congress. by requesting congressional authorization, obama is opening the door to what may prove to be a heated debate. while a number of republicans are in favor of fighting the group, there are many different views in regards to extending airstrike, combating assault regimes, and whether or not to send ground troops. senator john mccain is expected to take over the senate armed services committee. he has called the current airstrikes halfheartedly, but he may use obama's request for backing as leverage on other issues. >> let's take a look at some other news stories this hour. international criminal court prosecutor's say israeli forces may have committed war crimes in gaza in 2010. they have added that the possible crimes are not great enough to merit prosecution. eight turks and one turkish american were killed and several other pro-palestinian activists wou
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Sep 12, 2016 5:30am PDT
china and russia to emerge as global forces. -- it is ironic that cheney oversaw george bush's post-9/11 terror strategy which ultimately led to the birth of the islamic state group. the 9/11 anniversary coincides with several events, including id festival. there has been skepticism about the truce. language paper -- now for the independent, the british newspaper. elevatedrussia can be to superpower as a result of this deal. they note that one of the bay's weaknesses is the fact that it also targets the al qaeda-linked al nusra front group, which has been leading the non-iss group, a very conflict situation. affrontsthe al-nusra with the islamic state group, there is a risk that the two girls conform as part of a super terrorist group alliance. the dalai lama is kicking off a six-day tour of the country. it will be largely a nonpolitical visit. he has not scheduled meetings with francois hollande or any other members of the french government. the only thing given to the french media was to him on a few days ago in which he said, "i have nothing to say to the french authorities. abouti
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Feb 17, 2016 5:30am PST
is neutral here. there a cartoon which i rather like. you can see george with the sikh mask wearing sandals, heading off toward the sun. we believe expresses his desire to stay in europe. thee: something to do with nice weather, i think. thank you so much. for a closer look at claire's press review, check it out on a website. the address, france24.com. a sports roundup is coming up in the next half hour. plus, we will take a look at a french football legend as he gets set to coach his first champions league game. stay tuned. oyj4j8j8j8j woman: the following program is an original production of linktv. narrator: next up, the true story of a girl who just wants to go to school and has to change the mind of her entire village to do it. an award-winning animation and other short films from linktv's "viewchange" film contest. man: "viewchange" is about people making real progress and tackling the world's toughest issues. can a story change the world? see for yourself in "viewchange, crossing the gender gap." narrator: compared with men, the lives of women are so often hidden behind the w
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Nov 21, 2014 5:30am PST
reagan and george h.w. bush, bush sr., they also acted unilaterally to expand immigration legislation when they were president. they acted exactly the same way that obama is acting today. but they didn't take the same blowback obama is taking. >> near florence, the economy minister has been making headlines for his comments about frabs' famous 35 hours. >> that's right, the very controversial 35-hour workweek we talk about so much when we fwalk the french economy. now, what did he say? he was speaking at a parliamentary hearing yesterday, and he said that the 35-hour workweek was not sacrosanct. it's not the first time he has ventured into this viper's net. he said the 35-hour workweek presents a negative signal for french companies and should not be put on a pedestal. now, he said that he does not want to dismantle the system as a whole, but he wants to make it more flexible. >> he's draun, but the right love it. >> that's right. the right-wing papers are applauding the socialist economy minister. let's take a look at this editorial. they talk about long live economics, a play on wor
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Dec 10, 2014 5:30am PST
spotlight, george tenet. you can see the title here. it says that cia interrogations saved lives. thousands of lives, according to this article. and to quote the article, it says "in the 13 years since the 9/11 attacks come out that i has not managed another attack on the strong desire to do so. the cia aggressive counterterrorism actions are responsible for that success to ." and these men have actually launched a website called ciasavedlives.com. >> lipscomb back to france where the leading story you today is the release of france's last hostage held by -- let's come back to france where the leading story here today is the release of france's last hostage held by militants, serge lazarevic. >> he was abducted in mali in november, 2011. the last french hostage is free, the front page of the parisian. the details are still shrouded in mystery. the one key question is whether or not a ransom was paid. this article says that according to certain sources, there was some sort of compensation. that could either be a ransom, or some sort of prisoner exchange. the french authorities hav
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Feb 9, 2015 2:30pm PST
advisers. george humphrey was secretary of the treasury. they didn't always agree. he used to say when arthur burns came "here comes arthur with his kit of tools." he meant his tools for dealing with the recession. at various times he got out of line. humphrey got out of eisenhower's line by saying, "increasing expenditures in a recession is really a terrible thing." he was more in the hoover image. he quickly got back into line. ike's forecast showed unemployment climbing past 6% during the winter of 1954, the highest level since the depression. millions of workers were idle. eisenhower went to the people to urge confidence. he predicted the economy would improve. he promised spending programs if it didn't. he was ready to take action, but didn't have to. if you keep tax rates stable then the revenue will fall when the economy falls because people have less income. the revenue will rise when the economy rises because people will have more income. that stabilizes the economy. some expenditures will rise in a recession unemployment compensation, for example. we at the committee for econ
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May 8, 2014 5:30am PDT
, george clooney is getting married. you can see his fiancÉe, a human rights lawyer -- they are called the power couple but i think that men can also get other handkerchiefs. there are a lot of reactions to this upcoming marriage and one funny, different take on things said that a successful multilingual lawyer is engaged to a middle-aged actor. i wish them the best. >> who is the winner in this exchange? i don't know. thank you for watching "france vingt-quatre." we get the latest sports headlines, and the latest on the french title. >> they have won back-to-back french titles, and they did this before the home game against rennes, after a slip off by monaco against guingamp to secure a fourth french ground. monaco only manage a 1-1 draw in the start of the third. then night was never going to be spoiled, alexi's early goal was cut and they handed out the first league loss for the parisians. they have a 7-point lead with two matches left. >> the result was not good. it is not serious. the party was not as fantastic but what we did during the year can't be forgotten. there was a differ
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Nov 25, 2015 2:30pm PST
foiled in the sound any -- nthe saint-denis raid. saint-denis raid. delano: george osborne's spending review was done under a purely conservative government for the first time since the 1990's. he didn't backtrack on a series of controversial cuts that would have left over -- heated backtrack -- he did backtrack on a series of controversial cuts that would have left over 3 poverty.amilies in representations that these changes to tax credits should be phased in. i have listened to the concerns. i hear and understand them. and because i've been able to announce today an improvement in the public finances, the simplest thing to do is not to phase these changes in, but to avoid them altogether. let's get a check on the markets. in the u.k., the reaction to the finance minister's statement pushed the ftse up 1% at the close, but the real gainers were the dax in frank for, well up over 2%, similar to the cac 40, up over 1.5%. the major indices in the u.s. trading in the green. the nasdaq is up two/10 of 1% -- up 2/10 of 1%. volkswagen has released a plan to bring its diesel cars in line wit
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Dec 16, 2015 2:30pm PST
current laws. george osborne declared his support for the rise of these new businesses. next year, u.k. residents will only have to pay tax if the amount exceeds 10,000 euros. in france, websites will have to send each user a personalized summary of their rentals each year so they can declare it on theiró ♪ amy: from pacifica this is democracy now! >> donald is great at one minors but he is a chaos candidate and he would be a chaos president. he would not be the commander-in-chief we need to keep our country safe. >> mr. trump. [cheers and applause] >>
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May 6, 2016 5:30am PDT
dropped out of the race, we also have the former presidents george bush and his son who have rejected trump's run for the white house. now there has been cross-border unrest between israel and gaza. says theyicy military hit infrastructure but there were no reports of casualties. this comes after three days of violence after which gaza fired mortars. one palestinian woman has died. it is the first time direct classes -- clashes between hamas and israel broke out since the 2014 war. syria, reports that rebels have captured a key town south of aleppo. it comes as a cease-fire is said to be holding inside aleppo itself. at least 28 people including women and children have been killed in airstrikes in a camp near the turkish border. the syrian government has denied responsibility. the culturally and has the details. nicole: a refugee camp or the turkish border of northern syria , scores of this place civilians . camp, lookere in the at what has happened. probably a body here, the body of a woman and we carried her away to the hospital. >> we are displaced people and people were set on fir
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Feb 24, 2017 2:30pm PST
., but this year it is george clooney. he is sitting there. they were all up for best actor of the year. it is important to point out that isabella and a pair is in the audience. on anll have to get airplane or go to los angeles and do the oscars on the same .eekend anchor: a busy week ahead. it is on the name of good reason to be busy. think you that, our film credit. -- film critic. it is the party to end all parties, i'm talking about the real carnival. they are all kidding ready for the big day. we are going to hear about one dancer who has a leading role in festivities, who has traveled a very long way to get to rio. reporter: it is sunrise. come sunday she will be one of the stars of another symbol of rio, the carnival. this french dancer was discovered by one of rio's most renowned sombra schools. the choreographer called me and said i see what you have done. this was made for you. now the former professional gymnast arrived in brazil from her native france three years ago. she doesn't speak a word of portuguese, and she couldn't have imagined that one day she would find her
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Jul 29, 2016 2:30pm PDT
candidate who did pretty well named george wallace, the governor of alabama who ran a based oncist campaign, a racist backlash to civil rights. they were fights outside when he held rallies. and he used the same kind of incendiary rhetoric. that was a candidate, not a main candidate, but a third-party candidate who did a little of what trump did, and it was certainly a contentious period, the 1960's, probably more than we have today. tom: of course, this is a historic moment now. officially, hillary clinton is the democratic party's candidate to run in november. americanink, are people excited about the fact they could elect for the very first time a woman? many would say about time. >> it's funny. i don't think many people have processed that historic nature of the candidacy, as they should. everyone has been so focused on donald trump, and what has been a remarkably odd campaign here in the united states, unexpected in so many ways, that they have glossed over that fact. i do think that last night that was really highlighted, and i think there was a moment when she came out to sp
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Jun 2, 2015 2:30pm PDT
now host: you mention george ally. some say he is a chauvinist. guests: he wants to try his luck again. love people said that he was rather inexperienced. that could work against him. he is not going to be the only candidate, obviously false if michelle stars to stand, he has very strong chances, he is usually influential. he is a former football legend a former french international. he won all of the trophies. he has really got the network to do so. you have people who stood at one point in this election before deciding that he stood no chance and he decided not to run ultimately. a portuguese international, when bladder one said, the victory is a defeat for football. no doubt there will be other candidates and we have got quite a lot of time to wait before the next congress. according to officials, the next election cannot be held before december. host: blatter is in charge until then. guest: you have 209 football association members from all over the world. you have to organize and you have to book a venue. the congress took place in a huge venue in zurich. it has to take plac
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Dec 6, 2016 5:30am PST
that is being passed from the former u.s. president, george bush. you can see it is in the hands of barack obama, the current president, handing it over to president-elect donald trump. it looks like a pipe, not a peace pipe, but more likely an opium pipe, already to get a hit off donald trump. genie: plans have been made for a phone call from the taiwanese president to donald trump. flo: many say that it broke decades old control. papers in taiwan are quite thrilled by the historic call. "this is a precedent that opens a direct line of communication with a taiwan that is very different from the chinese media." let's look at "china daily," much less thrilled. it says some lessons in diplomacy would benefit trump. his inexperience and policy positions are worrying. a miss step as president would be more damaging than one as president-elect. more directly to washington, d.c., where a man was arrested after walking into a pizza restaurant, pulled out an assault rifle, and fired shots. flo: the washington post talking about this -- the man told authorities he went into this pizza restau
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Jun 13, 2016 2:30pm PDT
-- stay in the eu or not. british finance minister george osborne told business leaders in the u.k. that the country's future is in the balance. he said that britain could leverage reforms in a way that could boost the eu for everyone. >> we can see over 120,000 new jobs created here in the north of england over the next few years. if we vote to quit the eu, then that will be at risk. the investment won't come here. the trade won't be as much. william: german chancellor angela merkel is in china. business is in the spotlight. member is an influential of a debate about a politically sensitive issue over china's market economy status under the wto. beijing has been lovering -- lobbying hard to gain that status, with operate -- opposition from europe and the u.s.. reporter: 10 europe trust china -- can europe trust china? they tried to downplay tensions over potential changes to beijing's special market status in the wto. >> i'm convinced that this will be successful and, in fact, it will be so successful that we can find a solution on the lines of what we promised 15 years ago. repor
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Mar 11, 2016 2:30pm PST
with the party, she broke with the george w. bush administration, and she was very active in that field. which was great on her part. tom: thank you so much for sharing that with us. thank you so much for speaking to "france 24." the world athletics governing party says it is going to decide in the month of may whether or not to allow russian athletes to take part in the summer olympics in rio. russia was suspended back in november following reports of corruption and doping coverupss. iaaf says moscow will be reinstated until it has more to tackle the problem. will russia's athletic team participate this summer in rio? it is still to be decided, after revelations of systematic state-sponsored doping and mass corruption last year. international authorities ordered moscow to clean up athletics. with just five months to go before the track and field events take place at this year's olympic games, the iaaf says the russian athletic federation has not yet put its house in order. >> while progress has been made, the council unanimously agrees that the russian authorities furtherundertak
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Jun 15, 2015 2:30pm PDT
white house? jeb bush, younger brother of george, poised to make the official announcement, running for president in 2016 after he made an unofficial bid online. first, the president of sudan is back tonight after he left south africa in defiance of a court order to remain in the country. omar al-bashir is wanted by the international criminal court for war crimes and genocide's related to the conflict in darfur. hours after he left, the court in south africa ruled he should be arrested. the icc says it is disappointed he is -- was allowed to leave. olivia: locking the stable door after the horse has bolted in a move to detain bashir after he left the country. a court ruled failing to arrest the sudanese president is a violation of the south african constitution. al bashir is alleged to have committed war crimes including 10 aside by the international criminal court. he was in johannesburg, attending a summit for african leaders. human rights groups are saying the country must be held accountable for failing to detain al bashir. one civil society organizations says the authorities th
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Nov 1, 2016 5:30am PDT
aree one step away from famine. at's talk to george, humanitarian aid official. how desperate is the situation now for people? >> yes, thank you. the situation is very desperate to the people. criticaltion is very and very dangerous. right now we have almost 14 million people in yemen, people who are not able to meet the full requirements. half of them, 7 million people, are severely -- these are people who do not know where they will get their next meal. receivingals are crazy numbers of malnourished children. able in manyonger high ao handle this number coming to the hospital. system -- inion yemen, we have 10 governors out of 22, they are in the emergency feed. of the one step short famine situation. so the situation is really critical in yemen. annette: give us a sense of how difficult it is to get aid delivered to regions across the country, particularly those in rural areas. >> yes. the humanitarian partners, we operate in very complex and complicated situations. in ae delivering aid continuing conduct of hostility. in general, the humanitarian aid , in almost every place there
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Jul 8, 2016 2:30pm PDT
shooting kill somebody, after he took a young man's life? reporter: in 2013 the acquittal of george zimmerman, who killed anyvon martin, african-american teenager, spawned the black lives matter movement. since then countless others have died. in the summer of 2014, eric garner shouted, i can't breathe, as he was choked to death in new york. 18-year-old michael brown was shot in misery. and tamir rice, 12, was shot by 2 police officers in cleveland after waving a plastic gun. last year freddie gray fell into a coma in a police van. you never woke up. -- he never woke up. reported ton is have opened fire on a police officer today in the town of valdosta. the police officer in fire returned suspect -- returned fire. the suspect has not been identified and officials say for now there is nothing to suggest it is related to the incident in dallas. heads of state from the nato military alliance gathered today in warsaw for what was a landmark summit. it was a host of security issues . a re-armed and increasingly unfriendly russia and violent islamic extremism. the nato secretary-general h
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Dec 16, 2015 5:30am PST
former governor of of george w. tter bush called donald trump a chaos would be a chaos president as well. onald trump also sticking by that proposal that he came up with at the start of his ampaign that he would be building a wall between mexico and the united states along the between the two countries. so, in that sense not many hanges from the current front runner donald trump. but you mentioned that slightly ore diplomatic approach, something we have not heard from donald trump was this. he said he is honored to be the now and most ight importantly for the republican party right now he promised that not be making a third party independent run if he feel nicely handled by the republican party. something the party is very afraid of because if donald leave the o republicans he would split that party in two and take a lot of votes with him. he promised not to do that. that report from washington. the new "star wars" films is planet and that's the case here in paris. he force awakens opened in france this morning much to the delight of french fans. e went it meet some of them before t
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Mar 18, 2016 5:30am PDT
by armen george. if we do see an agreement between the eu and turkey, one thing important to note is that it is only concerning a fraction of the syrian refugees an involved in all this. >> even if the two sides reach a deal, it will only cover a tiny portion of all the syrians who are now stranded in turkey. let me show you a graphic which illustrates this. the eu is making 72,000 places available to syrian migrants who would be coming in from turkey. but turkey hosts 2.5 million, actually 2.7 million syrian migrants according to the prime minister. are 2.7 million in turkey and 72,000 places for those refugees in the eu. of 2.7as a percentage million is 0.026%. it is absolutely tiny. you can imagine that means if you are a syrian now stranded in turkey, even if the deal is approved, you have virtually no chance of coming into the eu legally. not only that, we are also seeing just with this tiny europe this 0.026%, already disputing how it's going 72,000 we have heard the hungarian government say it's not going to participate in the resettlement it willand britain say not expand
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Sep 13, 2017 5:30am PDT
stevie wonder, bruce willis, george clooney, i would gino, -- help pacino, robert de niro, and others. $14.5 million. the supreme court says it is allowing the trump administration to make a stricter policy on refugees. on. tuesday, the administration's request to block a lower court's ruling would ease the refugee band and allow up to 24,000 people to answer the country before the end of this month. but that will not be the last travelerse ban on from six mostly muslim countries -- and refugees anywhere in the world. the supreme court will hear arguments in october on the legality of the ban. the growingto crisis of the rohingya muslims in myanmar, also known as dharma. burma.ights -- human rights activists are protesting the in action. rohingya muslims have been running from what has been called a "textbook ethnic cleansing." the is more now from director of the crisis response. >> every day, i go out to the camps in the border region. there are more to documentary there are thousands of people spilling across the border. what is particularly disturbing is when you speak to p
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Oct 20, 2017 5:30am PDT
political climate and -- climate. george w. bush talked about climate in a speecech that is an attack on donald trump. >> free e governments are e they way to do o know the week are valued. when we lose sight of our ideals, it is not dememocracy tt has failed, it is the failure of those charged with protecting democracy. partisant deepened conflicts, bigotry seems emboldened, our politics seems theoriesect to the and. molly: barack obama hit the campaign trail, getting out the vote for an upcoming election in two o states. the use the occasion to comment. we have the details. trail, on the campaign to a cheering route in new jersey, barack obama's boarded orderedrock obama's of the candidate. he addressed his successors politics and and said he is using the politics of division. see,me of the politics we we thought we put that to bed. that's looking 50 years backck. that's the 21st century. not the 19th century. >> newark was the first stop of the day. he headed to virginia or a tight race for governor. this will be indicators about how voters feel about donald trump. he slammed the curr
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Apr 21, 2016 5:30am PDT
went and bought magazines and finally found the article. it pointed out that from the george washington administration to the ronald reagan as productivity increase, and that is the amount of stuff increase per unit of labor, as part of vivid productivityas increased from the cotton gin to industry, wages went up along with it. those two lines. it starts in 1947. they tracked each other. thatrkers do came more of turned into higher wages or lower working hours. 40 hour work week now. 70 hour work week at the civil war. in addition to lower numbers of hours worked, people made more money. that continued. continue.ty our businesses continue to make things. wages have been flat since 1980. this cap has opened up. has opened up. corporate revenues go up. there is a lot more money. that has not been going to the middle class. wages have in flat all this time. in therage wage earner .960's was $20,000 people like to quote household income, which i think is to set it. household income is $43,000 per year. if there is a reason why. -- but there is a reason why. that is because there
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Oct 25, 2016 2:30pm PDT
. is we haveut of that the jeffersons next door. , what's his found face to play george jefferson. i knew we were going to o have something great. we decideded as a result of tht, we were moving on up. we don't have to do a black family -- he was in the cleaning business. now he has three or four stores. he is moving on up. amy: sherman helmsley played -- >> sherman helmsley. and the neighbor on the show who came up with the song "moving on all over now.ar amy: you did a lot of television.. you changed television. but you also started the advocacy group people for the american way. i daresay if you are starting a new organization now, given this presidential election year, you might be doing the very same thing. i talk about what is people for the american way and why you moved away from tv for that for a while? 1979and-a-half, i became very aware of the amount of tv angela goals proliferating on the tube. you know, jerry falwell and the moral majority and pat rorobertson. for aan for president while. jimmy swagger and so forth, and mixing politics and religion. and i had learned in
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Oct 30, 2017 2:30pm PDT
misdeeds have nothing to do with donald trump she also spoke about a campaign adviser george papadopoulos who's pleaded guilty for lying to the fbi. these for meeting a professor with links to the russian government to get dirt on hillary clinton. i mean it was not a volunteer on the campaign and a volunteer member of an advisory council that not one time. the only. . interaction i'm aware of that deals with this individual was him reaching out to being repeatedly denied so that's all i can tell you is. he was he asked to do things he was basically pushed back or not responded to in any way. so any actions that he took would've been on his own. for more on the story we can go across to washington and join correspondent phillip kraut that philip you just hurts our hope with huckabee sandra speaking that want more details can you give us about. georgia papadopoulos. okay was the surprise this monday morning at george papadopoulos was not an important campaign aides. during the election in twenty sixteen and that is precisely what the white house here is saying in fact by calling him. a volu
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Dec 26, 2016 5:30am PST
legend. george michael, the 53-year-old british artist, dying of suspected heart failure. russian authorities are saying either pilot error or a technical problem was likely to be the cause of sunday's plane crash over the black sea. 92 people on board were killed, with the fuselage just being retrieved in the last hour by rescue workers. and shattering the world record for sailing around the world, having finished the voyage in just 49 days. hello and welcome to "france 24." iamb annette young. tribute are pouring in after the announcement that george michael, the artist who sold tens of millions of albums, died heads home -- died at his home atengland on christmas day 53 years old of suspected heart failure per george michael becoming an icon of 1980's pop with wham! wascareer as a solo artist often tinged with controversy that make him one of the top-selling singers of all time and cemented his legendary state. .> the world in shock american singer madonna was among the first to react. on twitter, she wrote, "farewell, my friend. another great artist leaves us." elton john's du
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