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long you who will. woo hoo wk the eye. well welcome to european settler coming to you trim detail the state is in brussels. it's very good to be with us let's take a look at the top stories this week at the tasman sea by the fight continues to bring peace activists in russia. on display. remember a thing well one. that's the high seas make it financially and spelling thing the month trace that has become a martyr and tactics to sight
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see and the pasta kate's that european officials in july this year when they welcome the balkan country as the new misty human. today the political debate in croatia is not by open dialogu rather than rigid ideology. take the country's leaders raced a meanie can play spot the president calls and celtic knot stake the prominence that is a that atheist. left the catholic side struggling to maintain its influence every morning people gather to come in each of course don't be in zagreb. medieval structures survive zagreb street fighter in the eighteenth century. today it's become a shrine a magnet for catholics wanted to pray many prayers for healing later i know classics thinking the virgin mary. we should use a deeply catholic country. the church plays a key role in society. ninety percent of population describe themselves as
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catholic. but the church's political influence has waned in recent times. after a series of corruption scandals among conservatives fruition known as a center left government. its pledge to modernize fruition society people like thomas to which a priest in zagreb university see that as a declaration of war. the critters i think are against at this point i can open and say they're against the people there there against the people i don't buy that one. storage is passionately opposed to same marriage. last sunday a referendum initiated by catholic groups showed sixty five percent of voters in favor of having the christian definition of marriage anchored in the constitution the result. although the turnout was only thirty percent merit for us is a union of one man one woman now why this is already a lot we wanna do is take the existing law and put it in the constitution why because we've noticed. in other countries around the world his team to be exact of two hundred and six legalize so called gay
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marriage. be it without the will of the people the better with raw power like many correlations stone it also supports the country's former general and to go to open up a controversial figure abroad that day when he was released november sixteen plus tear i cry for joy. amen. a five person would like to see him get involved. i think around kids to realize that the war and still on. does that differ war. this is the moral true conservative values on to good children who was convicted in the hague for war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the nineteen nineties war against serbs. he was later acquitted by the appeals panel owing to lack of evidence. is it. and thanks to legal support to the catholic church. the ma the peace activists and human rights campaigners believe it's a dangerous alliance. it launched a counter campaign seeking to limit the influence of the church which need to include all progress in the european
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union's newest member the nation is defined. he has shown in place. and as we could see the forty dollars that the flu the sun in the states and the fifth and don't. and i think that so we can expect it to the villa it to seem like the disputes that to lead the youth was there with these. many issues in society. richard has campaigned actively against education in schools for example. many believe more referendums can now follow on issues such as abortion and the role of women. working through social networks campaign groups are seeking to put across their alternative agenda. well you know nobody leaves the dispute over values has only just begun. for weeks no she's been following the debate on the internet she's a single parent mother was two children. it's seven
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am to enter sunday's just leaving preschool. i had to go be a bit trickier promotes a complete family. but the sun doesn't reflect reality. divorce is common that there isn't adequate legislation and her leash and regulating divorce case it's nice to let us know what its name. two years partly as a result of church influence vaughan believes the war between the two camps could ask away. the one side wants to secure the open society one of the church and its supporters promote traditional values. it becomes clearer talking to people on the street and the same day as i had two children and four grandchildren. though the merits of family involves a mother and son and my god it's an opinion not only common among the older generation. every week saw this two inch cubes and talk to his church. several hundred young people come to listen to a mixture of christian teaching and
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political rhetoric he lambasted says critics who are campaigning for a second to fruition. it all every little thing discrimination suits. you've done well with his supporters. six months after fruition joined the european union. the split in relief society. we grow the greenpeace activists to address to address things that tend to have been released from prison. but then the victory they still face challenges as hooliganism in russia. what started out as a peaceful protest against state company gazprom his own trading activities in the arctic has not sent in to fight for justice and human rights. no one's reality that the piece back home at last. for two months his friends in moscow
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worried about him. maybe that is what i look at opus one of thirty greenpeace activists arrested by the russian coast but it's september in the arctic ocean. the russian authorities charged him with piracy you'll watch and i was shocked we didn't expect it though. it was extremely unpleasant. well the insistence of it all happened very quickly at first we didn't understand what was happening to us that it's over it's news media the environmentalist said tried to attach a protest sign to a russian oil free greenpeace these images on the internet. russian border guards intervened and put a stop to the action at gunpoint. the cop arrives bringing heavily armed special forces who stormed
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the greenpeace ship arctic sunrise. it's as if they were chasing hardened criminals the activists wanted to avoid the threat of an oil spill on weeks like this one belonging to get strong. they see the risk of an accident it's just too great. yes i've known for it's for safety standards and we've seen sales drop the alaskan arctic last year. now these two records of companies are teaming up. it's a disaster waiting to happen. we can see the arctic sea ice melting in front of their own eyes and instead of saying that as a huge threat to mankind and the climate. thirty by a mentalist censorship blog brought to the city of more months. russia's largest ice free port above the arctic circle. here they were held for six weeks. the court rejected an initial request to release them. despite international protests. they
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were then taken to st petersburg. with the piracy charges were dropped. they are still used in hooliganism which means seven years in jail. sir trial especially for the twenty six foreigners and the crew. radio operator colin russell is one of them and the duty the reason wanting to do this. in two months. our food. done nothing wrong. meanwhile all thirty of free games for the time being. at the store and activists like size of walnuts and must remain in st petersburg. right at the time behind bars was terrible and stay aggressive prison guards carry cell mates who do not speak english and being allowed out only once a day that were brought to this dark purity that covered exercise yard and then i did have the opportunity to speak
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of some of the other women of their purity. it was cool. it was quite difficult to communicate with them because we're all in separate dark mark says. but we were able to shout over the walls and allies. i think the main point of contact with the sec is everybody okay. adriano stand of one of four russians on the arctic sunrise is back to work. greenpeace office in moscow. they're celebrating his return. coroner pirate shiver me timbers. when you look in. they plan to keep up the fight to the arctic. she should think you could indeed there will definitely be more protests. glad to see what exactly. we'll be sure. with that and not just in russia
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machine. we're not against russia or gasp wrong you were opposed to any drilling in the arctic promo ship or two but he knew. i looked at us has little hope for himself and his fellow activists the fee is russia still intends to put them behind bars. and that the nobel peace prize will be awarded to the organization so the prohibition of chemical weapons. what the chemical was static and in world war one and soon xd im not. he is since that terrible conflict began. preparations for the ancestry are in full swing and europe. today young people from belgium strong standing in britain can hardly imagine that their great grandfathers once looked each other and trying to use. but it's just a short drive from us to get in brussels to the mass graves the fund is an often trumps mystical object change the course of history. skyler
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is on his way to the town is dead on. today this french countryside looks peaceful enough. but street signs point to wake to the shelter but tiny. the battlefield it's only due to the object in his bag that marcus kyler is able to be here at all it's an object which illustrates the madness of war. still as ever on here because of my family history in particular my grandfather spinal which he carried with them in world war one. in the senate think he was a soldier station you forgot this bible saved his life the diving was a bit of it marcus kyler to the cemetery is a chilling yet impressive sight. the dems did get a senseless nice of the spoiler rows upon rows of crosses his grandfather would likely
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have perished here too. were it not for this bible the pages are shredded the leather is torn pct. this is the holy scripture. each night that his grandfather slept with his head on the bible. including denied all his comrades were killed when a grenade hit to get out a piece of shrapnel flinders taken was stopped by the bible filled with those cool. she had been lying on it. the shrapnel when it struck his head full force to be. he has been killed. it would follow will circle school fun than it took was a numerical system going. it's a miracle when absolute miracle. what an incredibly symbolic can infuse without the spinal i will be standing here today because i'd never have existed. it's with a vision of the scheme. letters photos and journals. world history is often made from little things like marcus gunners bible to prepare for
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the one hundredth anniversary of the start of world war one france is calling on people to submit more memorabilia to create a huge online archive new forces to push the mission tis is known as electronic on it the table the semillon his son greg lott has come to. craig was interested in his great grandfather and his belongings. but he's not the only one that the political historians are just as curious when people bring in old photos and journals. and i know that they said. let me just a moment on i want to the start of this test to see what they brought its items like these which bring to life the reality of war documents are scanned and data collected to help get the big picture of the creek
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war. she didn't see them in the tackle is the most which is just as the letters describe the same things on that yet. no wonder which side the soldiers fought well in the same wounds and sent to use that same morning mark data bank chose to use human drama was trying to think that i think about it objects are then collected in a hundred locations across france from the atlantic to the alps from paris to corsica. looking through photo albums and finding places on maps in france the movement is afoot to revisit the first world war the french call it the great war. this conflict occupies an even more prominent place in their collective consciousness then the second world war p hmm. and the new towns and tiberius routine appointments with people who want to donate something comparable to the coming days to see him and i'm surprised by the response in memphis or even a second home. skyler
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knows it's the little things that bring history to life that's especially true when you're standing here in the battle scarred shields of the unknown. here with his grandson the courts witnessed so much suffering. the system is unfolding here history and my family history has come full circle. when she's back in nineteen eighteen after the armistice when my grandfather left the door with is viable. cinema no one could've foreseen. they would return one day it's been beaten to it. it's the humor in it. four when his grandson the spinal canal be seen on the internet. skyler could imagine donating it to a museum. to lead the hard part is precious possession. which is influenced his family's history separately. i am. my
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link. some might not cut on the face the case led to a deed of the eight european capital the economies of many regions in europe have changed significantly in the pop century in places like the malaria in gemini coal mines once provided jobs to many. when the mines closed. how many attacks aristocrat has made to imply as of now the ropes on the correct steps from tying this year for the first time all cars can be produced in china and india are the ultimate upon industry here in belgium is one of the last pic. when all is said to me then opal. and how full it is also closing its potent be a. a year ago. auto workers were outraged when ford announced it would close its plant in belgium. a car factory which was once europe's largest is to shut down at the end of twenty fourteen. at a cafe in again we knew it was for work repeated this month. last year he was in despair. but today he's just signed a new
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contract. he's an exception only few hundred for employees have found another job. images are from the start i knew it'd be very typical. i'd been its board for twenty seven years in the oven and i know the work and the people it was my money from it. then you look ahead to see my new job or insecure in our home. now i know i'll be able to send my daughter to college. in these things has gone well for me and me and i'm glad that chapter of my life is over student admits to us drinking the gospel and faces a really big problem next year. no it's not just for dan and suppliers are closing and it's also the bars. the restaurant's the little shops and specialty stores. the name of vinegar there will be fewer of them because people will hold on to the money they still possess. ford money even help to renovate the city hall. the mayor says
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kinks coffers are now already empty. we have fur and wants to clean the clean from this if you can go sixty one million euros. all three of the financial damage that we will have from today up until twenty twenty third because we were planning that they would stay here up until twenty twenty. many workers year seems that jobs were secure and bought homes again when you get to it. they now feel betrayed. some are desperate and sought medical help but others happy. four of its practices patients have commited suicide. quit worrying about family doctor and the tv is worried go grab a can that be do so after forty years of practice i know what this is going to do to people and families. it meant going right now they're still working for social contact. still a community
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pool in collusion with the new year. the only on select tool easily a fourth has already slashed production again. unions have negotiated generous severance packages for workers. still most of them want to keep working until the bitter end but despite their jobs the windfalls connect them to tell you the truth i'm glad to be gone. i don't want to see the body believing the planet by snow than they did. i remember the pressure on all the discussions re edited by me laugh when it's over. will this because it tells us providers. soon he will deal with these people too. but for now they're clinging onto their jobs and a little work left before trying to get what comes to mind when you think of the italian mafia on the killings the code of silence strong family ties that's hollywood fashion much yet is a bobble city's
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most important economic plan while the country is struggling with the mountain of debt. the bigger picture and has made billions with casinos illegal construction activities and racketeering it is now with a common stand up to the mushy on their reading. but it's different when you possible group. until recently much tomorrow college in rome where he worked in the film industry. but now everything has changed. the move back to the countryside where he grew up and became a master cheese maker. since may twenty twelve he's been producing the finest organic buffalo months to wrap up north to make. his work begins for the morning. rarely has he done before noon. it's a tough job. and it's a bit like a steam bath the tropical based on a mission. the main level five when it started as a cheese maker in any other company the cooperative is the first cheese factory around keys confiscated off the assets
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we meet once a roma for political reasons. it's been a bit messy but would be. in addition to reading the cheese factory the collaborative also farms orchards and fields it's called let's get a discount that the guiana. after a priest shot dead by tomorrow crime syndicate its message is simple. come on. game over risky thing to say in an area still in hand to cut more. the killing seventy two the massacre nearby took the lives of seven innocent people in two thousand eight as much a relic takes a stand against this violence it's not just a matter of taste go still but also to justice. just don't. there were once tables for resources here. yet they belong to a notorious come or a boss from naples. you know who also competes with his name was. mikayla is awesome he was responsible for cigarette smuggling all across italy in the nineteen
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seventies and eighties movies i get a mafia boss land behind bars in italy just to confiscate his property and lease it to charitable organizations. that's how close collaborative came to the un former mri land the kids didn't even know what i did wheel to work together to ensure that there's finally hope to get in this region which has long suffered under these criminal structures it is better rocco knows what he's talking about the lack of hope is what drove him from his home. the tears that tomorrow is still great to hear north of naples. that causes problems for the cooperatives although it produces months of relative does not own any buffalo. and only two dairies in the area were prepared to supply the anti mafia cheese mature with buffalo milk. they were living in the water the press club which it is part of a nationwide network of anti mafia projects. in the summer the network arranges for hundreds of teenagers to volunteer here
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the love of the countryside and a desire for political commitment are what bring them here. despite the danger of tomorrow. could she have to wait its not hawaii. why should it be great because he she do not enter if you're afraid you die every day cannot be done only once the work camps last one week in the morning the young people working the fields. in the afternoon they need to learn more about the power of the camera. today a businessman is visiting morocco as cooperatives who along with others filed extortion charges against the camara in twenty ten the response came promptly get the bottle when i fish on a par with kalashnikov. it kills you to pray. we are also responsible for your family your parents siblings children. when something
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happens to your brother you responsible adult. but before that though somewhat but the war broncos club for kids has experienced hostility and intimidation. a few weeks ago the orchard water supply was destroyed. that doesn't scare of gold but it does worry his family. a model species from the start of a mother could only think about the danger faced by working here. she thinks i shouldn't be messing with the people of the other side of the meaning. luckily his supporters are already planning their next project the former camara bosses villa is set to be turned into a conference center and guest house next year. we're dirty deals were once made new plans are being drawn up to fight to come are the tracks and pasted it in and getting settled to telling us again next week if you can from all of us here in brussels. thanks very much for one thing at the time of the dancing and
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