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that means religious schools more important and more convincing those of the state it's in the very same thing that is now referred to the muslims. i i. i got fired because. because i wrote an article about. about the
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conditions of work since we just learned of this so have when they were in israel palestine. and the journalists there they interviewed the very frank with me and they told me about different things that you couldn't report to calm things than the good and the censorship that you experienced in there. at their workplace when the material was published two of the six journalists that the diet interviewed they retracted their statement so you see the. face you see. something damn or and you think i don't think long ticks 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 her mother is going to see this and. you know you start understand. the consequence is it's not just
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a conversation between you and your friends but in reality i just don't talk about it 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. 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. he's got to say to you. there is 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. 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 pacifically by placing articles in the local russian language press. namely getting them to lend it to the.
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it's. just so. it was. but that was a good start to move people into this book of less purpose and would cause us to sue for more about school and became help sell which information the welsh the australian press which said then so we're going to keep the schemes but i want
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thoughtful well. known to the immediate. yet the authentic truth. you dozen new yorker would. love this month it's a seven posting at least in this thing you'll probably. see jill and i get them if there's a video that they put up or it is that it was i'm like oh i missed that one. she chooses the product for. that so i scored. more near. the fist which is frequent stuff. with a story on the fold is for the far or were good discourse to what each other for finnick.
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section groups. not push the president meeting appear to not get the if you can you get your is the best and then the sure looks too. good at us to meet your problem you wait for him over his upper floor because if the. meeting did get that simple question just check your bottom out in a you don't want to. keep. score a you should aspire to. do that simply let them explain it a bit of some good look stern internet is the in the new position. of view that you know when the nuclear video. it pushed the price would push thoughts up the good bomb of you. t.v. for the t.v. praying it me getting it the sun being. a problem. if then you just
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look at the national committee of the food security discourse that things are on the tube i read up on by. the office the theory of the office door which i would say is the tech greater portion will easily complete. the process of very limited uber because i just wish that the developer. is legal or she has been immune to the postings or even some of this and we need to do it i just hope that all those up to kenya will salute the slow boat and not just because it was stuff that i do as a pick. this was a. ski call dixie standard thing is what it was mystique. it's a gritty to. give up in the stone. words and drugs isn't a good decent. memorable having to doesn't could this much into this. give
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him a give birth. to the rest of the national. commission. more than. just the good book almost that we were proceeding. into good because. most of the one of us then you saw was full of kids you see. on t.v. that doesn't think because to play. more the dr to. write a. book . is. i know you're going to hear no. national park area for worship anymore
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for character but i don't. ever. want to correct. care there no measuring it into what i always do we need to do is we're going to unity school one day mogens music is a question. you should watch out is you don't like to say to me someday if you look at the look. just a little but you asked what is it what is it with this you know this don't you think you played didn't you know our. church community across. america. that was over the cool clear. sort of us going through it with regard. to the look well really it's. just that i've gotten.
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closer. to get. any. experience to know this or that you notice it because i couldn't see it would say we're going to get worse 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 would 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 this is when his commanders visit or when they first arrive in mazar when they paid there
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for a local. lawyer didn't spare criticism for the swedish media reclaimed never bothered to talk to politicians or ordinary people during their visits to the minute to a base in bus only heard positive accounts of its work instead of hearing the views of local residents. in the cable goes on about basically all other afghani politicians are asking this we believe that going to stop the centuries you're thinking why sweden here in that. what it was a good example from what you say it's yeah yeah. yeah it's just you know this is usually what these reports. eat.
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eat eat chicken. hello is this the yard over here are my names your highness i just got your telephone number from under oath mom of the swedish military base here in the us are sure if. we're 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 . there it was there is an account. is just running through to. call. their. closest 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 options my sending to myself is a call. it was really hot of there for me because everyone was calling me to help to educate. others about their kids so it's 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 going to ascend. but in terms of the news it was for the first time to the minimal composers in afghanistan with him in that time. but there were some done is they were coming. from london from b.b.c. from the scene and they were asking me that here 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 who are paid to be very good i was not. 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 the laptop and i was sent to email. more than ten minutes come. even three months not just with joe couple of days how much sand twelve thousand dollars i mean you see by selling he was selling pictures. on the with after the last two days that were done through this guy it took two thousand dollars to. identify therefore we have to blather that is very thing you and me where they're going to go home taking their many you know they're going to have something. jamie diamond is a guy who's begging to be euthanized and i think as a country as a world we should get together and answer his wish he wants to become one with his
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maker he says look i broke the law please arrest me i want to go to jail and be abused by hundreds of thousands of inmates in some on godly way that's my goal in life i'm tired of being free put me in prison i beg you so he breaks more and more laws but unfortunately the law breaking becomes the basis of the g.d.p. for a country of qatar person like america and they can't put him in jail because they need him out there breaking the law so they can pay themselves huge bonuses at the end of the year so he's really is an existential crisis. it was very interesting because they were dropped out of the sky in the roar. of the were shift across a few degrees. do a circle and at a speed which you know just astronomical speed as you know they travel very very is it just look like a falling star that falls really quickly and then rises again what does it look
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like a lot of just look like a star. from one reporter. international justice you are right we do this right truth good governance freedom of information peace democracy democracy your right to. the greatest freedom it's true that we have been working with. different parts of the world very different and we are. looking for i mean you were there. somebody. that would be interested in taking 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 let me share more of
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a little bit of the book but boy i wish there was a belt test book of these stories that we have the close of program us yes most of . the that is the problem is that he knows he's telling you spit. into any of it you see there. must first cheat and there were a group of journalists who are looking. at this but some people in the plot against him often could expose this easily. i said information with a little printed i'll give you an idea but if you started it means that you would be the person to fix this and we did it and i did you and then i'll get information but you know you can only give in this because you are the one to control my router because i will be good because i can speak english when ever you want to be you can
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take me with you but this year they will. keep me in business there is a really good living this is a heart. problem by to tell you don't understand now because i know you there is a living here if you like and just drug i really care if he did it i did the u.s. is not going to go it was a lot of time with him so i thought you know i'd make you. know but it may have to accept actually yet he was a member of the k.g.b. . and the nice things i could get him to do know about it was under their eyes i would put the signature on for the people of america that my fish it's called all cash for jaws of i just never i know exactly how i think of the gun my bro. because he was critical of i do this without good information knowledge help. because you have more than you see came out of. this information.
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ok of a lot of mistakes but at the occupant. hi julie this is an afghan journalist based in the northern afghanistan. i just met. today in the morning and simeon piercy i said peace and was not. i didn't know that. however when i had the initial e. having access to this information would help me as an afghan journalist to disclose the face of warlords the face of those who committed crimes the face of those who committed genocide but later on when i knew that having this. could be dangerous since afghanistan is a secure country and there is no guarantee for the life of a journalist therefore it made me
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a little bit impressed and it and it put me and it made me a little bit stressed. therefore. i don't know how to deal with this much else but they know what is meant to listen but important in order to help the journalists you know that in order to make able 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 is. by the newest alone thinking how to deal with. so we did. the risk situation. here and. anybody anybody.
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can except if you. see it every spirit. state it's educators and they gotta show what it's really great here i think it's ok that their state's going to fix it make. any state it's just it's. it would be a very strange. question yeah as far as i know you know the. u.s. forces are more than our. army their numbers and that's something. i consider this is another united states. in terms of having forces. you know that they have access to to have
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a mission to the afghani if you were. there i'm sure there are still some information. sent in by consistent reports that well that really you just want to. do there really wants to just to. just to continue this who are in you know that you have it's part of the profit. i'm sure in the group of donors came together. we would be able to have that otherwise with only me i'm sure it's difficult for me. it's not an easy job.
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here's a cable about the treatment of president. bush the son of president george bush sr it's called meeting with the president. oral 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 the 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 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 down. there locus of
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the most important newspaper in the country which has founded first by did. i. i i. know very. well. but anything from it is not. really with google we cannot go up. as he'd be a. case in. there's no moment no money spent. in the least you. know so. yes on. both are walking. down the hill with the border police so
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all the e.u. pushes. for the result you see. the soup was. sleazy through the system those. who fulfill each. pulls. on his must reach their target of millions for benefits but bush was made here the national. economy is not a good option a business breaking into somebody's balls up with national t.v. getting enjoyed the question of what you would do that for the vehicle it doesn't seem to be sure who knows who group but you're going to the future of your. through life. with good. starfleet who. will feels that he's
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a good person is consistent so who buys his troubles with the. he'll was a suitable job but who doesn't it blokey least it was negotiate the ship with him but i'm glad i didn't. go who would do you well for the blues you. should live through that it was two people who screwed you brother. people who. lives here or should. get the password. or if you prefer even fewer go to schools partly because of the overseas says. knows a lot of it is his own and yeah if you got off easy to use it like that. a
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few more as necessary but in your twenty's there. is a very near death of a public workers that they hope will see good stuff. because it will last as from a distance ok you did it was a for. sure screwed p.c. keep. reaching for the stuff we seem to see the gauge it gives you get it also the good you wouldn't you get stuck you still get you so he she stay away 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 down you probably keep us. because it is but you know this was debate that it was going to do you did you get into kind of stuff people docs could witness now that move. us to just switching over swathes of the edge jambos the book of ruth even given my ship the ability he looked recently for small to see with a pristine. growth we should have previously seen the show room which made.
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it seem your rights workers rights you can consent to if you think you would be to . give a break in these. cheap you could move this in my backyard but he would. say he is going to be able models you can use a new student who would. not move easily when he was running. sure she would do you know what you mean i would go to. the ends yes you know one of those. geishas delusional spears will be believe she. will shoot judas in the soup was she just stood to look up to you that you was it's a good. speech and you. can. still pull because of.
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some. kind. of birdland social science center just published a study suggesting that two thirds of muslims in western europe hold their religious roles of all the laws of the countries that believe that if you read the bible if you get if you go into christianity you find the sentence that you should obey god more than caesar. that means that religious schools more important and higher more convincing those of the students of the very same thing that is now referred to the muslims.
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sigrid laboratory here mccurry was able to build on its most sophisticated robot which all unfortunately doesn't give a darn about anything tunes mission to teach music creation and why it should care about humans and worry that this is why you should care only on the dog. he survived war atrocities. to make a final decision. has changed his life and the world around him. by giving. hope. and love to so many children.
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the american. turkish police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets in istanbul dispersing protesters angry with high level corruption scandal and demanding the government resignation. right to a spa a new york judge says it is illegal for the n.s.a. to gather phone data in bulk the verdict contradicts ruling in a different case which found the n.s.a. surveillance to be on constitutional. plus as the year winds down we look back at some of the most significant of stories of two thousand and thirteen among them the force of feeding of hunger striking detainees in guantanamo protesting against indefinite detention. and the hunger strike.


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