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gone then the absence of a good you know. this little bundle of joy would have no chance of surviving in the wild mother pandas can only win one cup at a time but usually give birth to. every year china puts a lot of effort into making up for this cruel mistake of nature. is just. china's penned the breeding has become something of a production line. it's almost as though they've been copied three d.
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printed and put on show for the public. several cubs are born here each year. but only left work by dedicated scientists will be for nothing if panda love can't be encouraged in captivity it's not as though they don't practice until but in the same lazy way they do everything else with this proud mommy gave birth to twins and has no idea that a special love potion was formulated just for the. way everybody i'm stephen bob. taft hollywood guy yelled back. proud american first of all i'm just george washington and r.v. to say this is my buddy max famous financial guru well he's a little bit different i've hunted. you know with no doubt with all the drama
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happening in our country i'm hitting the road have some fun meet everyday americans come home and hopefully start to bridge the gap this is the great american killed each. other was selling you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to. chickenhawk forcing you to fight the battle for food. for your thoughts credit tell you that what we've got for the family for a file for reporters. on the bottom of advertising how you are not cool enough to buy their products. that are the hot that we along with our walk the walk. from the protests held against the n.r.a.
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convention to place ten days after columbine. what happened at columbine on april twentieth one thousand nine hundred nine was that two two young men who were intent on killing as many students as they could they opened fire on students outside and then went when when confronted with a police presence they went inside the school. began shooting there went into the library that's where they think they killed and injured the most students and that's that's where my son was then went worse as the day went on. no word from him being asked by the police if we could provide a description of him and what he was wearing. at one point asking for dental records and being told at one point that there was one last school bus bringing students. back from. when you're waiting for
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forty five minutes for a bus that should have only taken a couple of minutes i then began to realize that there was no last school bus. how old was daniel. fifteen.
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seventeen years ago when we last met i think it ended in tears for me because i realized again what i what i would do if they came to take my gun that would be the end of it for. this country for sure and i'm not willing to hand that over. or. no i'm able to do it and i know i would do it. protect my rights. the rights of my friends the rights of my loved ones the rights of this country. struggle you know that therefore i don't have to think so. or the store i wouldn't let it go easily and probably not while i'm living. i feel like there are a lot of gun owners out there who don't take the responsibility of owning guns
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carrying guns storing guns i don't think they take it seriously enough why the resistance to regulation. because it leads to more regulation. that's too slippery of a slope we can have the law to protect people from their own stupidity. one hundred eighty degrees backus guys he's a word sexy when they talk about guns i'm not going to but they're all man to. their emotional. no no no. no. no no no no. no. no no no no no no. no. a well regulated militia being necessary for the security of a free state comma the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be in
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for. the second amendment and every state constitution guarantees my right to keep and bear arms why for my personal safety and to preserve liberty that's why it's called america. not swordfish and i've heard him say school i think there's somebody shooting in here. mass shootings in america have become almost commonplace but the sandy hook school massacre where six and seven year olds were targeted by gunman reached a new level of horror and cuts to the rule of the american gun debate. today cause me to want to strengthen and absolutely not i think if one of those teachers the principal whoever had had a gun. that young man. possibly why not have killed anyone or.
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do you think it's he. overtook. the soul and i think a properly trained teacher can and can and just the need to deal with i think is friggin fantastic that's earned school districts are training their teachers so they can carry a weapon. and school. we go through drills and we put ourselves in real scenarios it was interesting to see how fast we get on the buses how fast we do this who actually got hit by the paintball gun. and straight cool but pretty. scary to the swat team comes in there are and they're like ok everybody out you know put your hands up and we're all put our hands up we're terrified and takes us out so you had
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a swat team come into your hand we had a thought to you yes we did. yes this is a middle school. so we could do. that possibility of oh yeah we could be prepared. what do every single mass shooting have in common gun free zone. i mean i was i think it was a color blind. from my cold dead. you know i think that part of the problem is that that the gun lobby has been very successful in getting their message out much more so than those who want to see reasonable gun laws they they control the narrative that you're either for the second amendment or against it
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you're either for freedom or against freedom there's surest way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good way that guy. that you're after these mass shootings gun sales do tend to. just because people start getting freaked out people think that the government is going to take our guns i mean i hate seeing the shootings happen but it is definitely it is good for business. this is a smith and wesson m.p. fifteen it is our best selling weapon right now and it pretty tough. here. and. as. a sole weapon seem to control the city. what is that this is
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a semiautomatic rifle. is it is it not an assault weapon no one else. semiautomatic one pull the trigger one shot and that is what differentiates is it in your eyes the fact that one's fully automatic and the other isn't right why are they called survivor so that. because i'm a deer and a left wing politicians one meg bogeyman out as. a tool please assault rifle i mean this is by even about what it is i know i know and i should even call them an assault rifle we're going to it's a military style weapon that's what they want me to say a sporting gun you know you know different names but it's the same thing it's a military style weapon. not a reason to buy an assault rifle is if you're going to make an assault on an enemy position and you need a lot of bullets because you got
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a lot of people in the position you're attacking the assault rifle was mere farm solves it seems to me you don't need an assault rifle to kill a deer this is this ongoing debates that some people have about whether. things like the a k forty seven and the a r fifteen are so weapons are not that whole discussion is absurd that the s.t. greatest friend of a mass shooter could have. been having a one. on one of. the two killers went out in search of guns they were under eighteen they got an eighteen year old to go to the gun show to a gun show with them to make the purchase they purposely sought out a private seller that's the so-called gun show loophole where you can go to a gun show you know one table for it's a licensed dealer you have to go through
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a background check table of a private seller no background check. yes guns and i sold and everybody sells every gun deal and that i found all around the united states in crimes they should have you know mandatory registration nationwide everybody owns a gun it should be registered and i am and they're responsible for that weapon why should you let some kid walk in a gun store buy fifteen guns and be able to give him to fifteen of his friends with no receipt even sold them and everything's legal that means guns could be shipped in from the east coast in the west coast and sold in a newspaper to it to anybody that can pass a background check that's how the criminals get guns. about forty percent. of all gun sales are private sales they don't go through
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a background check and these are not going through a licensed dealer imagine going to an airport and have to go through security and they said ok we're in have sixty percent of the people go through security and forty percent can bypass it when you get onto that airplane. i think. i can take you right now thirty three miles from here and buy you anything you want on the side of the road to studying the black market dealers it's out there facebook for example you can buy guns. you know but just try it with a product that is still legal in tennessee you can as of now you can still be product sales in tennessee but without without a background check you can't so you can so that any one yes so to challenge is used . that shouldn't be made out. without
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a background check. you know and. after her not so well there needs to be some things done to people where they're back to working again and not being given money by the government to run around and do whatever they will but there's a lot of things we could there dressed maybe that's not the only problem could be some mental health issues because the drugs cause a major problem i don't know that but we are not the problem. it's. going to be. should anything be done. now. the national solution take it's course.
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young no. no no no no no no no. dizziness says holland kentucky. over all of this move them voices people going street fanny's remolded. a ko money since he was almost no co mines left. the jobs are gone all the polis a said. that it was live to these people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in
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a million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. it's all to see we have a great team we need to strengthen before the freefall world cold and you're better than a legend to keep it so it's at the back. in one thousand nine hundred two that must qualify for the european championships at the very last moment no one believed in us but we won and i'm hoping to bring some of that waiting spirit to the r.c.t. . recently i've had a lot of practice so i can guarantee you that peter schmeichel will be on the best fall since my last will come from that starts or three. thousand zero zero zero zero hitter here i can brush. i strike strike no left left left more or less ok stuff that's really good. the
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world is getting away from us dollar as wall reserve currency a one room one bell policy linking up russia and china is out of the dollar every loss of trade oil away from the dollar countries are desperate to get out of the us dollar so the dollar is going to lose value no matter what anybody says so here's the treasury secretary we're trying to make it look like oh it's our policy or for a lower dollar that really matter what he says the dollar is going lower as we've been saying for a number of years because the u.s. dollar is a kind see that other countries recognize as funding the war and the weapons and the poverty that they're trying to escape. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies to me to people this is the simple song alone even some company guess what else with a billion vines private companies to take over the utilities anybody tell us throw
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. a laxness you guys you've got. to go. i've been this is a member of us because i'm not looking. for you and i'm going to lift a bill through the locals are ready to stand up for the basic human right of access to water it's about water but it's also over much more than water it's about the hurt and the redistribution of our west. downwards we want or will. do her business. was going to get rid of. it at.
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extortion theft and drug peddling we report on the huge police corruption scandal unfolding in the u.s. city of baltimore. unit tasked with taking guns off the streets when road. rules when headlines the world anti-doping agency says it's seriously concerned with a decision by a sports court to overturn the olympic plans imposed on twenty eight russian athletes. and five migrants shot dozens more injured in a mass brawl at the food bank in the french port city of kalar a number of residents we've heard from tell us they're living in fear. because i think we need a structure put in place to protect us there's
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a lot of delinquency here it's a catastrophe for the french and especially for the people of cali the violence is down. and i welcome to r.t. international life from moscow i'm daniel. knight thanks for joining us on the program. huge police corruption scandal is unfolding in the u.s. city of baltimore with astonishing claims of wrongdoing continuing to emerge six former elite officers responsible for reducing gun crime have already pleaded guilty to running a criminal racket four of them are now testifying against two other ex colleagues who have denied any involvement. they came at me like a gang or something i remember one of the officers saying i looked like someone who needed to be robbed everybody's life is destroyed because of this my kids are afraid to go in the house or the so called gun trace task force was made up of
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plainclothes officers and was supposed to be tackling the city's increasing murder rate it was however dissolved in march of last year and the officers were arrested the units that active said face they slew of charges including that they thieved from and exported residence as well as committed fraud and falsified evidence in criminal cases a smear a car reports now from baltimore on how the units crimes were exposed. well it all started with an investigation into drug trafficking in new jersey then as the case unraveled federal authorities found out that the baltimore police department was also involved mostly its elite gun traced task force unit months of recordings recovered from a device planted in a police cruiser reveal that officers were involved in drug trafficking robbery falsifying reports and planting fake evidence in one case a high speed car chase resulted in a crash which the officers tried to cover up one of the indicted acts detectives involved actually broke down in tears in court it was
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a really bad accident none of us stopped to render aid to see if anyone was hurt we were foolish although i was doing so much wrong it got to a certain point where too much was too much altogether six officers have already pleaded guilty and two are still being tried but there are indications there's more to the story than just one rogue police unit court records show that the city paid over half a million dollars to settle claims of misconduct and falsifying reports involving the very same officers and dating back as far as twenty fourteen so why did they all forty's choose to sweep it all under the rug kind of you see this those of the very well known in the streets for door what are they doing and this isn't the first incident where it came up it's been it's probably been plenty of complaints you can't go an x. for help because you're afraid that this particular might just do some so you might pencil up it's common when we see them coming we go to opposite direction if we can
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and if we can we deal with this circumstance this has been corruption for a long time you know just because this is one as it was though they decide to come forward or you know they got caught for what they done is stuff that particular accident but at the same time as not going to stop the corruption has to be done to stop the corruption from these criminals are cops and the cops are criminals then there's the unsolved murder of detective shawn souter that took place in. november last year souter wasn't part of the country's taskforce but worked with some of the officers were now under indictment and the day before he was set to testify in the corruption probe he was shot in the head with his own weapon while on duty and in another unfortunate twist which some might find suspicious a patrol car transporting the dying officer to an asp it all got into an accident there's no suspect in the murder so far and no eyewitnesses except one unnamed partner and when the police commissioner tried to redirect the investigation to the f.b.i. the agency refused saying that the case had nothing to do with the corruption probe
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i'm growing increasingly uncomfortable that my home aside the directives do not know all of the facts known to the f.b.i. or the u.s. attorney's office that good if revealed to us assist in furthering this murder investigation in the wake of the scandal baltimore police have launched an overhaul including a new commissioner bowing to rein in city violence but investigators still seem to have a very complicated plot to unravel samir khan r.t. reporting from baltimore. and speaking of complicated plots the world anti-doping agency says it's concerned by the decision of sports top court to overturn the lifetime limpet bones given to dozens of russian athletes they're accused of taking substances. why don't i understand that this decision will cause dismay and frustration among athletes the agency supports the i.o.c. is intention to analyze these decisions very carefully and consider all options including an appeal to the swiss federal tribe you know. on thursday the court of
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arbitration for sport decided to lift all sanctions imposed on twenty eight russian athletes and reinstate the limit michael some of one eleven others will miss the upcoming winter olympics in south korea but their lifetime bans were overturned and sanctions partially lifted however the decision has disappointed some athletes from other countries who were hoping to move into medal positions respectively from a sortie twenty fourteen games. but anything else this is a very very very dark day for the olympics and this is a very very very dark day for green sport you there is such a thing if. people are saying they can't prove they were dirty in the same breath you can prove that they were innocent or you say they are not guilty or you say they are guilty and they have ruled that there is not enough proof for
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a doping offense hence they are not guilty and this is very important also because it makes the mclaren report to become not in bases which is enough to convict athletes and everything that was done up to now was based on the mclaren report and if this is now not basis enough to convict at leats then i do not understand why also all the russian at plates could have been banned collectively without having any any proof of the hoping. or the mood that was of course very different for the russian athletes sheer relief came over those who thought their dreams and careers had been dashed loyal i'm assuming you know i found out about the decision during my training c.a.'s decided to overturn my disqualification my ban i had only positive thoughts
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in my head about that i've been ready to ski for a long long time keeping up my training but i had a question right away what about the olympics are we able to dispute this and get an invitation but i was waiting for the results of a pill when i came back from practice it's amazing news then my skeleton team started congratulating each other such a relief we're not guilty in the whole public will know that a lot of people thought we date but only those close to us knew it's not true. i've been training with my push through the whole season and now because a what's happened i've been paired with someone else we'll have to adapt our techniques and make adjustments for way differences and work a lot in our start but no you're not give us some time otoh is for me and for those who can't get there the whole situation has only me me angrier and even more determined to win. twenty eight sportsman's of russia are found not guilty
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and now the i was the states that does not mean that they will participate in the olympics the upcoming winter games means that practically we have a court decision that will not be enforced and i see a new population here as there was a violation by the i.o.c. when banning the sportsman so this is actually a little bit odd to me and when we see we have not seen the reasons for the decision right now the mclaren report didn't find any individual violations of doping rules of individual sports men's. tell us take a bit of a break now for more serious news we can bring you some live pictures from quite far away from the international space station in fact as you can see right now two russian cosmonauts are carrying out essential maintenance procedures and upgrades on the outside of the station you thought your home repairs were hard to do and one
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of their tasks was to install new and tannoy to maintain constant radio connection with we'll take them around seven hours they're floating in space complete work hopefully they will get that done safely and on time. over to the u.s. public clash between the white house and the f.b.i. as soon the u.s. president accused the bureau of lacking investigative process this comes donald trump looks set to release a classified memo that alleges the f.b.i. abused its surveillance powers kaleb open picks up the story. the pending release of a classified government memo is shaking up washington d.c. if indeed the obama administration used the department of justice and the f.b.i. to spy on trump during the campaign this could be quite a scandal it would discredit the d.o.j. of the f.b.i. as nonpartisan law enforcers.


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