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about the year conditions of work since we journalists have when they were in israel palestine. and here the journalists there they interviewed the very frank with me and they told me about two different things that you couldn't report to calm things that they could hear the censorship to be experienced in there. at their workplace when the material that was published two of the six journalists that are there and interviewed they retracted their statements so you see the. base you see. that you get some good news d'amour and you think out of a long text or something i think if somebody does an interview with you and then you're entirely open 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 then you know you start understanding the consequences it's not just
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a conversation between you and your friends but then you get just informed about it because i think to an extent. i made a very big mistake there with that article and the mistake that i did was that i was. hired to do a very journalistic very typical journalistic work. about journalists and the standards for doing the journalistic work about journalism has to be one hundred times higher because they were. there will immediately you backfire 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 were. to say no. to. these countries even. if there is a cable now. arc 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 the meeting between the u.s. ambassador and the caregivers foreign minister and it goes like this. the embassy there and the curious foreign minister met that the ambassador's residence mid-afternoon 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 us 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 specifically by placing articles in the local russian language press that maybe was going to go the man with it said you.
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were. was was. was. was. was accused of and bill introduced to go less with and with us yes little flamel us cool and you both keep me up sell it which in full for the welsh fail me if that's what it said then. so we're going to keep these things. on top of
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the world was known to the media. yet the as a senator of. new doesn't york or. medium because it's not it's a seven percent in the east in the city you'll probably. see joe look at the meters in your video that appropriate it is than it was and the governor is strong. she chooses the park for. that so i score. more near to the shooter of the fist which is spoken stuff. with a story on the front is for those who are urry were good discourse to what each other cynic. section groups. not just the president
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meeting. you can you get if it's the restaurant that the jury looks to but who could let us think that jews are going to weigh in on worries that proper food . eating it could get that simple question just check you but i made a note of you don't want to. give. score a. sure of course you. know that simply that explain it a bit of some group strength internet is the in the new position if you look on the air here you look at when the. nuclear leader. it pushed the price would push toss up the fish good bond movie. t.v. for the t.v. pray it begins with the sun being. a problem. if then you just
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look at the national committee of the who are still to discourse three things that some of them but i read up on by. that watch the period we're off store which i would say is that a greater proportion eastley cookie. process there when you may remember you cannot just wish to appear. is a greater groceries than even to the princeton review some things we need to do that will not as a professional opinion will salute the slow boat and not just the school that will stuff but i do as a pick at that because it meant that in the summer that she could exceed c.s. than that thing is going on there's an artistic. free spirit still pretty to. give up to the standards your attitude towards and my drugs and getting. them into
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believing just could just watching to just. give them a good birth. but i respect the national. commission. more than. just a good year and you got all the most of we proceed. into good because that's. the clinics. for the most of we discuss it on a stand so it was full of good easy artemia right it was a pick place to play the. more the doctor. to me. i don't. know. how carry
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a skirt or store worship any moral compass direction or what i don't care for it will not step up. to correct. a great situation you. know if. i choose to treat. the mark of a critic of the. that is over the cool different. sort of us going through it with regard. to the us i don't believe it's. just that it got room for
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a. person. to get. any. kind. of experience you know this or that you notice it because he couldn'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. you have to loose with a litany of complaints about the swedish presence in afghanistan he described the relationship to the swedish military a school saying that the only times this is when his commanders visit or when they
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first arrive in mazar and when they pay their for a local. lord it is fair criticism for this which media reclaimed never bothered to talk to politicians or ordinary people during their visits to the minute you abates and bus 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 sending us your thinking ways we've been hearing that. will do that yes we did it and he's come up to say that it's. not. yet exist yet even that is usually what these reports. eat.
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eat chicken. hello is this the yard over here are my name's drama's i just got your telephone number from under for about a mile of my swedish military base here in the us are sure if. we're just heading off now towards your office together we're going to go out with a local journalist that will help out with translations. all right so i was he was a. little bit this isn't the kind of you know. i was just running through the book called. make up their. posts under six people they were in. and the police were not pleading the germans to go inside to come. first. but i got
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some information from motions my send to my office a couple. it was really hot of there for me because everyone was calling me to help to educate. because their kids started school it was very good it was not a good in terms of finding money for them in the sense of health because in terms of human or got killed it was really it was a song i was not yanked it was sad. but in terms of the news it was the first time the animal composed in afghanistan was came in that time. but there were some done is there were coming. from london from b.b.c. from the scene and they were asking me we need to hire you could they. do it he proceeded enough to blather. and then i was telling the truth i don't think those were paying me very well and i was moved. so what do you do with them you don't
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just throw them on the telephone what's happening on the telephone i was writing on my laptop and i was sent the email. worth more than ten minutes come over so. we've been there a month not just for joe couple of days how much sam twelve thousand dollars i mean you see by selling he was selling pictures. on the with after that the food to taste and i would have done so with this guy i took two thousand dollars. my dad a food therefore we can blather that is very thing you and me where the angry go had taken the other many you know of him with something. on their way to antarctica the crew of the i can to make sure that if face many
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challenges. here you have to look out for yourself crashing on to rocks trapped in pack ice in extreme conditions anything can happen and article always comes up with surprises you have to keep your eyes open because if there's always something going wrong the ship carries huge reserves of water food fuel as well as helicopters and people able to survive extreme conditions they're ready for anything even an apocalypse she's really an incredible ship. calling all antarctica stations this is academic a field of radio check please respond. he survived war atrocities. to make a final decision. has changed his life and the world
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around him. by giving up. hope. and love to so many children. nikolai the miracle worker on the team. from one of port city of society for international justice people rights women's rights truth good governance freedom of information peace democracy cannot cross. i don't think. makes a difference. the greatest countour of freedom it's true if we're going to be working with it we can experience it in different parts of the world in different countries we are. looking for immediate work there in the context of
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somebody that would be interested in thinking and working with the policeman here you're here and if you think 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 a check of the books in the book but boy i wish there was a bell the test would cause a story that we have a close oh problem us yes most of. you know that there's the problem is that you know so he's telling you straight. into any of it you see there. must use a cheat and there were a group of journalists who were killed but to let some people be in a plot against loft it could expose this he is a free man i said information with you will print it i'll give you
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a letter but if you sign it it means that you will be the person to fix this and we try to do it and i need you and then i'll get information but you know you can only give in that because you are the one of the control i don't care if you're here because i wrote it because i can speak english when ever you want to be in country . but this year they will. keep. this name there is no there or it is they are. probably not by to tell you don't understand now because i know you were there understand that living here if you like and this drug i really care if. i did the u.s. is not going to go it was a lot of time with him so i thought you know i think you. know but if they do they have to accept actually to get he was a member of the k.g.b. . let me do a little about the i ask for this encounter looking for an open mind it's our shot of the just never i don't cover all the give the go my brother was
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persecuted because he was critical of i do this without giving information or looks help. because he had all the news it came out with. this information. ok of a lot of mistakes but i think. hi julie this is afghan journalist based in the northern afghanistan. i just met. today in the morning and seven in purity i said peace and let's not. i didn't know that. you know you were when i had the initial e. having access to this information would help me with an afghan journalist to disclose the face of warlords the face of those who commit crimes the face
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of those who committed genocide but later on we knew that having this much else 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 it's just. there for. me to know how to deal with this much else with a know what is meant to listen but important in order to help the journalists you know that in order to make able to them to do their stories by having because all these documents are approved by having these documents they can do their stories. one of the most important thing for a journalist is that they're facing lack of proofs and information or miss. the guy that knows the i'm thinking oh did you. call the k.k.k. that you are. so i hate. this.
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state. so every day. quite understand. the risk situation is in your country and. pressure ok maybe he will be ok can you ever be. an example if you. say i have a speech here can you state this ok and we're going to show you what is really going ok here. is ok yes it's going to. make a. yes as far as i knew the. u.s. forces are more than our. army 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 mission to be afghan in every room it's i'm sure there are some some information there are some. i mean i can say some reports that what really u.s. wants do they 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.
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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 all directors 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. mail office the most important newspaper in the country which has founded first on it by that but. i. only need to go on. but anything from it is not. really with google we cannot go up. as we could be as you case you may be a case in. you know almost no money spent. in the least you.
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know so. yes i. think both are locking. down the young people who will be. the e.u. membership. for the result you see. the soup for those families in the sleazy through the steel. mills. to fulfill a she. will. give my speech to forgive me for benefits but bush was made here that's going. to bring us down other good luck should have been inspiration in your book somebody will sneak up with you did he enjoy the can was made with you would that be
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a bit doesn't it is easier to reach who knows who to but you're going to the future of your. through life or because it was good. starfleet who. will feel studies good overseas consists of who buys his troop will still be used and he'll want to once a suitable job but who doesn't look at least as negotiate you should be young but i'll go i didn't. who will do you know the rest of those you will see if you live through the ills that people would need to prove that. you were. removed you are sure to. go to work. rooting for even fewer go to schools pocket people overseas says.
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no this is a lot of words he is his own yeah as you got off easy is it ok. or she was not there but it makes their lives there. is a very near death of a public workers that they hope will see. us it will last as romanist of ok you did it was a for. sure screwed p.c. to you. if you for the stuff we seem to see the gauge of this we are going to get it but also the good you would need us to get you to get you so he she still does not get into what i would be good for you that's not good i didn't mean you guys could put it on the podium to keep us going. because it is good to know this was debate that we trust and that we did indeed get into kind of stuff people docs
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would have us now to move in must be just switching over slaves or that she was the book of rules you give would not be a living be with reason you are small to see it with a pristine. growth we should have previously seen the sure mildred which made. it seem your rights were just really sick and had consent that if you think you would be to. give up regular is. cheap you couldn't reason why him. but you know what he would. say he's going to be able models who can use a new suit who are. not looking to sleep. she was released shows she avoided us a lot to me i would get right to. the uncensored one of those. delicious delusional spears would be boys should be able to listen to some of the supplies he's using stooge in the movie didn't you buy seeds of good food good. seeds and
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you to be an. issue for the cause of. twelve months of change and the moment split surely you find the world we live in. marji was there to bring you the full future clash with the police the police are holding and point to close a camp that is a dark spot on and there will be barricades which the bodies' i take it down on new year's eve to guard little team of reporters and contributors revisit the key
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me. these locals have been consol here braving the elements in order to stand up to us oil giant chevron. this comes after a massive hunger strike that returned the world's attention to the place that some have dubbed the gulag of our times. is an undeclared global battlefield in which young and it's just one of the front lines. this is.
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an anti-government protesters violently dispersed by riot police in the stamboul as a corruption scandal shakes up turkey's ruling elite. a federal judge in new york declares the n.s.a.'s bulk collection of phone data to be lawful directly contradicting a court opinion from washington d.c. that mass surveillance violates the constitution also. the reporter who broke the edward snowden leaks lashes out of fellow journalist at a hackers conference in germany for giving governments an easy ride and failing to put the spotlight on official wrongdoing. lots more than one hundred fifty detainees at guantanamo bay prepare to and tour and another year without charge or do you process we bring you our special report from air.


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