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other than. the ever regard it a court of law found alive is a story made for the movies playing out in real life. the. way i got fired do because. because i wrote an article about to. come out of the year conditions of work that says we journalists have when they were going to israel by this time. and the year
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the journalists that they interviewed they were very frank with me and they told me about different things that they couldn't report to calm things than the good and the censorship that they experienced in. at their workplace when the material that was published two of the six journalists that the tired interview they retracted their statement so you see the. face you see the thought that you need something to do with them or do you think out of a long text or 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 and there you know you start understanding the consequences it's not just a conversation between you. and your friends but anyway i just thought about it
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because i think to an extent. that i made a very big mistake. with that article and the mistake that i did was that i was. i did a very journalistic very difficult journalistic work. about journalists and the standards for doing journalistic work about journalism has to be one hundred times higher because they were there. they were immediately you backfired and they will 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 say no. it's not easy to deal. with here's a cable marked secret no four and that means that not even i like it states are
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allowed to read it and it's about a meeting between the u.s. ambassador and the curate is foreign minister and it goes like this and. then besler 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 pacifically by placing articles in the local russian language press. maybe not going to tell them and then to.
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yes it's. just so. it was. but that was a good start to move people into this book of less purpose and with just this little flame war with a bust and it was cute up so much in full for the launch stuff to feel me impressed with segment so we're going to keep excusing her own thoughts well i was among the
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many of you. yet they have a senator. you doesn't your. media. loves us my kids that's a bit of a skinny at least in this thing you would probably. you know see jill not get them if there's a video that they put up or it is that it was i'm like oh i missed that on the she chooses the product for. that so i scored. more near. the fist which is frequent stuff. with a story on the shelf is for the far or fire could be scorched what each other for finnick. faction groups. not push the president meeting to get not get the newton you get if
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it's the rest of. the jury which the. who could not us to meet george w. weighed in on worries that proper for. meeting it could get at that simple question just check you but i made a note of you don't want to. keep giving. kora you should aspire to. do it but simply let them explain it a bit of some good rooster and internet is the in the new permission. of the ideal of you know. nuclear video. it just a place put forth toss up the good bomb of you. t.v. for the t.v. pray let me give you the sun being. the problem. if then you just look
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at the national committee of the who are still to discourse the things that some of them buy read up on by. the office the tip off store which i would say is that a greater portion will easily complete. the process they're going to maybe give birth because i just wish that the appeal. is legal or she's been immune to the postings in the east on this and we need to do it doesn't that will not stop the shooting it was a little slow boat and not just the school it was stuff that i just pick. this was a. good to see some the things that others are going to stick. you still pretty to. give up with just a few. words and drugs and good deeds. memorable having to doesn't
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could this much into this. give him a give birth. to the rest of the national. commission. more than. just a good book the most that we love proceed. into google do because. you can. do most of we discuss alone then so was full of good easy. does a think can still play. more the dr to. write. book. is. kind of your career guard no. national park area girl membership anymore some fraction are not i don't ever.
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want to correct. here. care there no measuring yet of me what i always do when we do is we're going to uni each school one day mogens music is a question i will start a. new thread what's that is you don't like to speak to me some days you floated a little. bit about your tune as it went with your shoulders don't you think you played the. note there are no sure for you to prefer to mark a critter. but it's over because there. is sort of us going to do it with regard. to whether or not well really it's. just really gotten.
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closer. to get. any. experience to know this or do you notice it because i didn't see it would say we're going to get what you're going to get. 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 there for a local. learned it is fair criticism for the swedish media reclaimed never
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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 with the names of can't stop sending us your thinking place we've been hearing that. what it was really a good example to say. it's. not. here it's just you know this is usually work is good. eat.
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eat eat pick. hello is this the yard over here are my name's dramas i just got your telephone number from. this wish military base here in the us are sure if. we're just heading off now towards your office to get the really out with local journalists that will help out with translations. all right so i was here so. it was the this isn't the kind you know. i was just running through you. might call. them. to us i'm just saying they were. and the police were not pleading the germans to go inside to come. first. but i got
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some information from ocean spice and the smile for the call. it was really hot of them for me because everyone was calling me to japan. because of their good spirits it was very good it was not a good in terms of finding money for them in the sense of alex 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 composer in afghanistan with him in that time. but there were some journey still coming. from london from b.b.c. from the scene and they were asking me that we need to hire you could they. do it he proceeded enough to let them. know i was telling the i don't claim the goods were paid me very well 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
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laptop and i was sent to even. more than ten minutes come from the owners. of their month no just when joe couple of days how much sandra fellows and others the media says by selling it to selling pictures tends. to fund their food with after the food too they see the work done through the sky with the pintos in the us. i doubt a food there for us to blather that is leaving you and me where they're going to go home taking their money no they don't want your mother and sometimes think. i am. this society but i think corporations kind of can.
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do and the banks write all that all about money and i'm a nationally pick for politicians writing the laws and regulations that. coming up . here is just too much crap is it a side. that.
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front line of port city of societies people international justice they were rights within its rights truth good governance freedom of information peace democracy democracy i w p r i don't think you are i don't feel makes a difference. the greatest guarantor of freedom is true if we are going to be working with the release material in different parts of the world the different countries we are. looking forward to meet your work there in the context of somebody that would be interested in thinking and working with you i can expand your room here and you think that this is something good to hear that you can work with and we would be willing to give in to your well let me get a check of the buildings and the book what it was that. is going to test the work of these stories that we have a problem oh problem was yes always on top of the other there is the problem is
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that you know it's no use trying to use his name into any of it you see there. last year's election and there were a group of journalists youths who were killed but the rest some people made it a plot against. why could he trust this he is very. isolated from the. printer getting ready but if you started it means that you will be the person that the. kids and i will get and then i will get information but you can only get in this because you are the one that control over their material because they are good because i can speak english when ever you want to be a country. but this year they will. keep. it is not a there is no therefore it is they are. problem by the so don't understand now because i know you are there other stuff living here if you will i can just drug i
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really care. i did the usual google was a lot and i would have felt. like. nobody's been able to do except actually that he was a member of kinship. i must say. oh good let me do a little about the ice i will put the signature on the key for american miles it's called all cash for a cause of the just never mind or brother alec of the gun my brother was persecuted in germany because he was critical of i do this but i don't give information or look for help as you say because he had all the things he came up with out of the book. publisher to write that. ok yeah a lot of respect i don't think i'm good at the. high julian this is a. journalist based in the northern afghanistan. and they just made you
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listen to this in the morning and symphony in peter t. place of peace in the snow. i didn't know that. not even a little when i had initially. having access to this information. until we have enough can do this to disclose the face of war lords the faces of those who commit their crimes the faces of those who committed genocide but later on we knew that having this. could be dangerous since afghanistan is a taken three and there's no going to for life to list therefore it made me a little bit impressed and it put me and it made me a little bit this just. therefore. i don't know how to deal with this not just with i know this method listen but important in order to help the journalists know that
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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. one of the most important thing for a journalist is that they're facing like a fool proof and information or is. the i the know is the land thinking how to do it and. so. every day. they risk situation. in their extreme. pressure can be really. bad except if you. ever experience. it it's educators and they get
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a share what they get every year. it's. at the end it's going to. make. yes as far as i knew the. u.s. forces are more than our. army their numbers and that's something claire i can say this is another united states. in terms of having forces. you know that they have access to everything to every nation to be afghan and everyone it's i'm sure there are some some information there are some. so i mean i can say some reports that what really you this want. do they
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really wants to just to. just to continue this war in order to have its power 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. here's a cable about the treatment of president. bush the son of president george bush sr
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it's called meeting with the president. or a director including your diable 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 for him 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 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. mail office of the most important newspaper in the country which has fallen the first bit by bit but.
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i. don't know. what. but anything from it is not. really with google we cannot go up. as we could be a. case in. no one would know the money's going. here for the least you. know so. yes i. think both are walking. down the jungle on the border police say all the e.u. pushes. through the result. you see. the soup was. sleazy through the sleaze.
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we both believe she. will. give my speech to forgive me for benefits but bush was made here. to bring us down other good luck to the business breaking into somebody's balls you know why doesn't your heating enjoy that was made was he would that rather be a bit doesn't see everybody who through group but is going to the future of the air . through life or leave it with good c.s. carefully who. will study is a good person is consistent will who buys his truth will be. he'll only ones who show you but who doesn't look at least those negotiate that you should bring him out of georgia. what do you know the rest of those you.
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should live through that you to keep with those with your brother. in law who. lives here or should. go to work. or do for even fewer go to schools partly because of the risk is this who. knows a lot that was the easiest and yet they still got off easy to certainly. a few more than us here but it needs their needs there. is a better year to get public whatever it was that they came up with a good start. and it was it was a must as for my list of ok you did it was for. sure screwed peachy keen. to
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keep the stuff we just did a gauge of business we're going to get it also that you would need us to get you to get me so he she still does stuff 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 we trusted that we did that you needed. to kind of show people doc solutions that would of course never move me and must be just wishing lucas waves of their young because the book of rules need give would not be able to be with reason i knew it was more to see the full steam. roads we should have previously seen the sheer mildred which made. this in your rides more persuasive compared to something if you think you would be to. give a brilliant reason. she'd get some good numbers in my. but you would.
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say this could be your belief you can use a new suit to do with. the east meet. she was allegedly shot she would do the israelites would be i would get right to. the ends and she knew one of those. dishes it was real spiritual to believe that you would shoot judas and the simplicity just stood to look up to you that you wish you'd see the good to. see that you do to be. truthful as i. was.
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i was a new alert animation scripts scare me a little bit. there is breaking news tonight and we are continuing to follow the breaking news in. the alexander family cry tears of joy at great things other than their. regard in a court of law is around. there's a story made sort of movies playing out in real life.
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