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do you need something to do with cam or do you think i don't think long legs are something i think if somebody does an interview with you and then you're entirely open and frank about it. and then after a while maybe you realize that this is going to be shown on television and your boss is going to see this and your mother is going to see this. you know you start understanding the consequences it's not just a conversation between you and your friends but in reality i just thought about it because i think to an extent. i made a very big mistake. with that article and the mistake that i did was that i was. hired to do a very journalistic very difficult journalistic work. about journalists and the standards for doing the journalistic work about journalism has to be one hundred times higher because they were. they were immediately you backfired and they will
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start to criticizing what you do in a completely different way than if it's a regular person because regular person doesn't have the power to where. to say no . he's got to speak to you. here's a cable marked secret no four and that means that not even i like it states are allowed to read and it's about a meeting between the u.s. ambassador and the curate is foreign minister and it goes like this. the embezzler and the curious foreign minister met that the investors residence midafternoon president bakiev that's the dictator that was kicked out of the revolution a few months ago told him that he was authorized to sign the agreement on the u.s. military base but the agreement must be kept secret the foreign minister said that he needed time to work with public opinion in the parliament before he could roll out a new agreement publicly. for our assistance in preparing the curious public opinion pacific. by placing articles in the local russian language press. maybe you going
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to start a man but then it's of. us . it's. just so. thanks. if. it was with.
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us. but i think it was a good thing was he who introduced to good less pussy with just this little flame war with a bus full and you both queue me up some which in full for the welsh stuff just feel me if that's what it said meant so we're going to keep excusing but i want thoughtful well. known to the immediate. yet they have less than the truth. you doesn't know who would. love the smart kids it's a bit of a skinny at least in this thing you would probably. say i was not definite there's a video that i put up but it just it was i'm like oh i missed out on the she cheated at the thought of. that so i screwed it up.
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more near to the shooter of the fist which is spoken stuff. with story on the fault is for those who are. were good discourse the what dish at the sydney office such simple books. not push the president meeting to get an order to you can you get yours is the best and then there's a voyage to the who could not us to meet your problem you wait in a motor is not proper for. me to get it that simple question just check you but i made a note of you don't want to. keep giving. cora you should of course you. know that simply let them explain it all but a song got to stand internet is the in the new permission. to look on the
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view looking away and. nicky only knew. it was the place that post was that the bush stood by the t.v. for the t.v. pray it me getting it the sun being. the problem. if there is a national committee of the silky discourse that it is a fluke or the modern bio read up on by the office the table or store which i would say is the tech escalatory promotional eastley cookie telling. the grocer there's a limit to the bill and you can act just to to start to develop it. is legal or she is then. in a burst into the e.u. sense and says we need to do the edges of that. kenya. well salukis wouldn't know. because it was stuff that i do as
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a pick at that persuaded me to through that. could exceed serious stand that when you know there's an artistic. free spirit you security to live up to the standards your attitude towards him or my drugs and give. them a bit of interesting question which interesting. given the uber. rich the national. commission. more than. just a good deal and you got all the most of we proceed. to good because that's. the critics. for the most of we discuss it on a stand so will floor could be easy. artemia does a kick. more the dr.
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i know. i'm no. skirt or stone worship any more some fraction of what on don't. prefer it when our step up. to correct. choice you.
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choose to treat. him like a cricketer. that was over the whole different. sort of us going over there with regard. to whether or not well really it's. just gotten. closer. to get. money. from a. movie experience you know this or do you notice it. didn't see it would say we're going to it was you're going to get.
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here's a cable about the meeting that the u.s. ambassador has with the governor of missouri sharif here in northern afghanistan. and this is what the governor says. he let loose with a litany of complaints about the swedish presence in afghanistan he described the relationship to the swedish military as cold saying that the only times the swedish commanders visit are when they first arrive in mazar and when they pay their for local. nordine spare criticism for the swedish media we claimed never bothered to talk to politicians or ordinary people during their visits to the military base and thus only heard positive accounts of its work instead of hearing the views of local residents. then the cable goes on about basically all other afghani politicians are asking this we believe that going to stop the centuries you're thinking well as we've been hearing that. what it was he had intended from home to say. it's. not. just yet
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this is useful work he wanted. do you think. pick. hello is this the yard over here are my names dramas i just got your telephone number from iraq my swedish military base here and was archery. are just heading off now towards your office together really out with a local journalist that will help out with translations. all right so i was here so .
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it was the this isn't the kind of you know. i was just running through the new book called. make up there. must come to some people they were. and the police were not leaving the germans to go inside to come to earth. but i got some information from options meissen that to my office a couple. it was really hot of there for me because everyone was calling me to help them. because they're good spirits it was very good because i think that in terms of finding money for them in the sense of balance because in terms of human or got killed it was really it was a song i was going to ascend. but in terms of the news it was my first time to the minimal component of going to someone's gym in that time. but there
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were some gun is still coming. from london from b.b.c. a from the scene. they were asking me we need to hire you could they. do it he proceeded enough i'm glad. i was telling you that i don't like those who are paid to be very good i was not. so what do you do with them you don't just throw them on the telephone what's happening here on the telephone i was writing on the laptop and i was sent to even. more than tempted to move come. you've been there a month not just with joe couple of days how much sand twelve thousand dollars i mean you said by selling he was selling pictures. on the with after the food today he says that i would have done so with this guy i took two thousand dollars and. my dad
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a food therefore we have to blather that is very minute and where they're going to go home taking their many know they're going with something. we'll get to the. reasons he adds but there's already been plenty to celebrate space december on this month's show we'll in how the future tense so lazy especially in stone how to make movies with an instant messenger on their revolution exoskeleton makes life's work of a real estate. day here on. why is the price of gold so high. demand global demand do you think gold is money. know the value of the only place we have to live of the water that we need to
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survive it's not compared to i mean gold we're not going to eat gold we're not going to bait with gold. we're not going to drink what clearly what i'm all is and it's in a desperate economic situation absolutely right what we're wrong to do is say therefore any kind of economic development from the outside is going to be a benefit their only purpose is to extract as much money as possible to feed into the global financial system. with part of the geo political economic system that's extremely exploitative. first of all is a question whether mining should even be carried out altogether can it be done in a way which doesn't destroy people's lives resources environment well you know those are pretty serious questions mining it's not a what
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a moment problem it's happening in asia in africa and south america in central america in mexico and it's even happening in canada and the united states. front line of port city of societies people international justice people rights women's rights truth good governance freedom of information peace democracy democracy i.w. p.r.i. to keep our identity if you makes a difference. the greatest guarantor of freedom it's true if we're going to be working with it we can experience with it in different parts of the world in different countries we are. looking for
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a media partner in the context of somebody that would be interested in thinking and working with the policeman here you're here and if you think that this is something good to hear that you can work with then we would be willing to give it to you well let me get it checked was a little bit in the book but what bush did rather well as a test to work on this story is that real close all program will shift always on. you know that there is the problem is that he knows he's telling you space. in your head into any of their. last year's elections and there were a group of journalists youths who came back to let some people in to plot against office could he trust this he is a free man i say the information but they still didn't give me a letter but if you started it means that you will be the person that makes me
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tired yes i need you and then i will get information but you know you can only get in there because you are the one of the control i don't care if you're here because i did that because i can speak english when ever you want to be a country. but this year they will. keep me. it is not a relative. problem like to tell you don't understand now because i know who there are still living here if you are like can you just really care that . i did not get away with a lot and i would have felt. like you. know but it didn't make it out to exact actually that he was a member of can't you. just say. ok let me deal with their eyes i'll put this image on for looking for america. it's called all that far because of the just never i don't cover all the give the go my
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brother was persecuted in germany because he was critical of i do this without good information how much help as you can see have all the news it came out of the book of this. ok a lot a lot of mistakes but i think. hi julie this is a. journalist based in the northern afghanistan. today in the morning and symphony in peter t. and i said peace in the snow. but i didn't know that. know you were when to help the initial e. having access to this information would help me and enough can do this to disclose the face of war lords the face of those who commit their crimes the face of to sue committed genocide but later on we
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knew that having this. could be dangerous since afghanistan is an insecure country and there is no guarantee for the life of a journalist therefore it made me a little bit impressed and it put me and it made me a little bit too. therefore. i don't know how to deal with this not just with they know these methods somebody put them in order to help the journalists know that you know that to make be able to do their stories but having because all these documents are proof by having these documents they can do their stories they're one of the most important thing for a journalist is that they're facing like a fool proof and you know this is. the by the noise the lead thinking go to do it and. call it k.k. if you. set it.
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to every day. they risk situation. in their extreme. pressure can be really be ok. if you eat steak every speech. and state it's fifty eight acres and. every year. it's. the best it's going to. make a. yes as far as i knew the. u.s. forces are more than our. army their members and that's something claire and i can
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say this is another united states. in terms of having forces. you know that they have access to everything to every time ation to be afghan and everyone is i'm sure there are some some information there are some. so i mean i can say some reports that what really you this was do they really wants to just to. just to continue this war in order that you have it's part of profit. i'm sure if a group of journalists came together. we would be able to have it otherwise with only me i'm sure it's difficult for. this not easy job.
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so. here's a cable about the treatment of president. bush the son of president george bush sr it's called meeting with the president. or a director including to die a bush the son of the forty first us president met with the president of turkmenistan. the purpose of the meeting was to explore for possible business opportunities in turkmenistan's oil sector they immediately recognized the emphasis of form over substance and turkmenistan they were both surprised and impressed by the rapid pace of construction in the capital. the oil directors works to build a more personal relationship with the turkmen officials in the hope that it will
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lead to some of the proposed projects the presidential meeting was featured on the front page of neutral turkmenistan newspaper in the following morning. this is the main office. buildings. jail office the most important newspaper in the country which has found it first hit by that but. i. honestly. but anything from it is not. really with you all week and i think all of us. as we keep in case you may be as in. you know the money's going. to have the least
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you. know so. yes on. the boat or walk. down the hill with the border police say all of the rules push it. for. those of. you. just. super close. to sleazy through this list those. who oppose the move she. pulls. from here's my speech to forgive me and for benefit bush was made here. to bring us to live a good love for the prisoners breaking into somebody pulls up with judgement of you getting enjoy the question of what you would do that other vehicle does that is
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here with you who knows who you were but you're going to the future of your. through life or leave it with a good. starfleet who. will feel studies who are overseas consists of who buys his troop will be used he'll wanted was a suitable job but what actually blocking least that was negotiate the first issued with him probably i didn't. know who would do you well for the blues you will see if you look through the illugi produced with you brother. people who. lives here or should. go to work. or if you thought that you can still go to schools well that people always says. no this is
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a lot of ways he is his own you know if you got off easy is it like. us more than us here but in your thirty's there. is a very clear in-depth public workers that they hope will see. us it will at last a tremendous to ok you think it was good for. good pizza to you. thank you for the so that we tasted a gauge of this we're going to get it also that if you would need us to get you to get you say she's stealing you get stuck get into what i would be good for you that's not good i didn't do it when you could put it on the podium to keep us. because it was you know this was debate that it was going to get we did digging in to kind of stuff people ducks and it would of course never move me and must be just
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switching the this way because of that young boy was the book of rules you give would not be able to be with reason you were small to see the full steam you. wrote we should have previously seen the sure room which right. is in your rights for this reason consent that if you think you would be to. give a very good reason. she gets good numbers and i am but you know what he would. say he is going to be able models you can use a new student who was. in the movie g.c. and yeah she was a runner. it's just you know it would do us a lot to me i would get eighteen. years as you know one of those. gives us the initial spiritual dubois and you will shoot judas and the simplicities stood in the mood to be a huge you presence of good will. seem to do you. just
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go for the guys at. the beginning of the long politic night marks in the face it's full island life. is an island of temptation. the darkness last for six months. there are more polar bears than people. and it's as easy to hire a rifle as
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a scooter. because the island is so in a special there are no indigenous people but there are others who do choose this frozen life. this is as could be related. if you are north america. good leverage surely was to build a new age most sophisticated. fortunately doesn't sound anything. to teach music creation why it should care about humans and. this is why you should
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care only. a child born today will grow up with no conception privacy at all. didn't delivers a christmas speech warning that too much spying could damage the way the next generation but there's still time for. drone warfare being heard across the world travels to a region and pakistan where they are not i was trying to become a deadly everyday reality. and all those the bailout exit leads people to wondering whether the end justifies the means. i just couldn't sleep at night so i could think about things i get up at school rather and then i'm going to bed together and you know i couldn't do anything at all i could think about was this dish on.

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