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the president obama development increased life expectancy improved business climate developing human capital as its workforce productivity and reducing poverty have already be making progress for half a year now we're going to the next level. the south african parliament has voted in favor of new legislation that could see land seized from white farmers under those plants white farmers will be stripped of their land with no compensation although this runs against the constitution which would have to be amended here's what the man behind the initiative had to say about it the time for reconsideration is over now is the time for justice we must ensure that we restore the dignity of our people without compensating the criminals who stole our land or julius malema is something of a controversial figure in south africa he's been convicted of hate speech back in twenty sixteen said that he was not calling for the slaughter of white people at
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least not yet despite that the country's former president jacob zuma described him as being a future leader the rate of murders and violent attacks on farmers and londoners has risen in recent years according to official figures seventy two percent of the country's farmers are white. me earlier we put the issues up for debate. people do not own land in south africa legally white people are alive d.s. from europe in sixteen fifty two they killed our people they stole our land all oppressed us all the land they have his land up there was taken from us by force and in many instances by my success we all visitors to south africa including there were the blood types of south africa that came from the north that is well documented. therefore the land position of the black tribes the only the first occupants of south africa were the korean the son
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so if these are argument. that should be the korean the son of a peasant like the one who is now my opponent easier for a night in south africa and the land he and in fact talking about equates sun i am quite certain he can see my same name only time i ask him to say it he does it it can't because as a foreigner i even what it that day parliament is moving slow and politician we don't trust them they are using this lensing as a political eight ball instead of addressing the issue of this legislation could actually be changed to satisfy the white farmers as well there's a lot of corruption involved and that's why the oprah series of land that was taken from people legally in the past to be returned to them is not going as it should go you see this in front of me that is the issue. if those guys on investment in this country would stop people won't invasion their country will go the same way as above where they won't reproduction and then we will have
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a big spring in south africa about food that's not available to the people of south africa. the in or thirties of circulated a brochure among kindergarten stuff that focuses on such issues as transgender identity and same sex marriage the booklet designed to help teachers to explain the sensitive topics to children a spot controversy peter oliver has more. it is a city famed for its liberal and inclusive attitudes to sex and sexuality. but in the german capital are upset at a new guide for kindergarten teachers that they say goes into too much detail and is aimed at kids that are too young the idea is to give educators the information
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they need to be sensitive to children coming from non-binary families say children of same sex parents or transgender parents it doesn't have the most catchy of names but what it has done is certainly ruffle some feathers among those in angela merkel's c.d.u. party children should be allowed to be children and not be confronted with things like these it's also come in for criticism from the opposition alternative for germany party well it's very simple we believe sex education is important and of course our young adults should know about sex planning and all the rest but please not in the kindergarten give them some space let them be children don't force this issue onto them it's not even a problem for them they want to play around they want to discover the world so please let them be children leave them alone these subjects will come to them soon enough in school or at home when the parents talk about this but not of an age of
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five or six years that is far too early on the streets of berlin opinion is mixed on when is the right time to be discussing with children issues of sexuality do you think that children in kindergarten should be taught about same sex couples and about transgender people yes. it's normal nowadays. to be with people. around the people in knowledge and their conditions or not gender or sexuality is all the stuff i don't think it's the right age i think when they. receive sex. education in school that's enough i think there's thinking on the one hand i think it's ok but on the other i don't got on very much in favor of that idea so yes i do and why i think it's important structure of life so i think children should be taught about all factors of life and this is just one of them the left wing coalition of the social democrats greens
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and the left party that runs in city government are accusing those on the right wing of politics but be overly prudish and unwilling to discuss the issue. after their attempt to scandalize the handouts on sexual and gender diversity for teachers didn't work the c.d.u. would prefer not to talk about the issue there's very little chance of the early in city government repealing this booklet however discussions sex and sexuality and talking about it in kindergarten are set to continue in fact there's a petition going round the house already almost fifty thousand signatures from those who want to see this particular booklet stopped peter all of a r.t. berlin. germany's dark nancy past still troubles the country though it seems less so in some parts a small village near frankfurt has been thrust into the spotlight after it decided to retain a nazi symbol. i
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think. she'd leave just because couple of people don't like. having the feeling to know that they're so close with. a big story like this. yeah yeah and this bell has been here for some time and now someone wants to get
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rid of that as a sad bell didn't do anyone harm or i think there are more terrible things to pay attention to the. russian bio pic drama a lot of hits screens on thursday the film about soviet dissident writer said the game of lot of premiered at the birdland film festival where it won the silver bear for outstanding artistic contribution its director spoke to us and said while he was sexually surprised the film was even shown. she said because of course she was putting me in you because you will listen to this i will give you name when you lose your social in the future of the new album was that it was for. a few some excuse you. use you with yourself even if you could if you can she also uses the excuse socially that researchers think.
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he will i knew the decisions would be obstructed by the political and particularly personal views of the jury and that's what happened there are a lot of films no worse than our movies and the german pitchers all of them were left with no of wards whatsoever the outstanding movie about the brave it events didn't get anything all of that is kind of hard to explain because i think there were other intentions than just fair competition but i was amazed that a lot of it was even shown there when i walked by the convention center where the festival took place i saw a person with a book in german about of lot of and another with the same book in english and then a young german guy came up to me and started asking me lot of was about the culture the one nine hundred seventy s. leningrad culture what kind of struck me was how well our film was received how universal and relatable it was to everyone. or women dominated this year's berlin are both of the top prizes being awarded to female filmmakers nevertheless the lack of female representation generally in the film industry was still discussed that
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a special festival panel as was the topic of sexual harassment in the wake of the need to movement again in junior again shared his views on the issue. this is a tough one on the one hand we've got to treat the sexes absolutely equally that should be no gender preference it's obviously on the other hand bearing in mind everything that's going on some sort of support for women is important i think we have fewer problems with this in russia i've heard someone pleasant stories but very few maybe because we have less money for less money there is less power less temptation and. following the florida school massacre the debate over gun control in the u.s. has come to a head with both sides choosing rather unconventional methods to promote their message wedding ceremony for example at a pennsylvania church saw the congregation armed to the teeth including pistols and
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semiautomatic rifles the display was designed to show their willingness to defend their families and their right to carry arms others seem to be falling out of love with their guns. and decided to. make sure this weapon will never be able to life the only way they can know for sure that this gun will never hurt anyone doesn't exist. i just mean holes in everything now all of this stuff is only usable now. limited the debate google has banned the word gun from a shopping search engine claiming that it's to protect users from possible but the unintended consequences of left people fuming.
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google wants to help keep people safe both online and offline so we don't allow the promotion of some products to cost damage harm or injury. or. and you show premiered thursday i'll say hosted by the former ecuadorian president rafael carette his first guess was the philosopher and author noam chomsky you can watch the full version of the interview on our website r.t. dot com for now though he is a pretty. according to what. is over. there will be. well actually it's quite the
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opposite under crumpets becoming weaker listen to. its internal dissent a group. losing its whatever international authority. and it's also moving to destroy the world the most important policy of the trumpet extrusion but for its approach towards the real existential crisis climate change here the united states under trump has departed from the entire world. or do you know the states and north korea and what do you know that you know or we are consequences could very easily. in this case there happens to be a very feasible approach to dealing with the crisis and it's pretty
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well known the chinese proposal which has been on the table for years the proposal is for what's called a double for. north korea freezes its development of weapons and the nuclear the nuclear and missile development that freezes them the united states calls all the constant highly threatening military maneuvers on north korea's border. that could set the stage for negotiations which could deal with the conflict and crisis in a sensible and constructive way.
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if you'd like to watch the full version of that interview you can do so simply by heading to our website dot com and now that so i'll say with the latest news headlines that often at. least. if anyone thinks that for the sake of joining the european union serbia would recognize kosovo under the conditions that they impose right now and not on the
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basis of dialogue a compromise very wrong once a compromise but the solution proposed by costs of all veiny else is not the real solution. when the lawmakers manufacture consensus and still public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. in the final merry go round me the one percent. we can all middle of the room six. million real news. ukraine is in a pre-collapse the situation there moment told you bring you all all deep you
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ukraine agreement was all region all just below its coalitional decries exactly because of some calm freeze for the stall reka results of european countries obsessed football the role of russian federation i can understand by going off the green. in some american cities the police have built themselves cling to refutation of people who walk on the streets of the united states are at risk from the very people who are supposed to protect that poor people are no more afraid of the police than if. you can see something
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happening and this is like i don't want to call the cops let that happen resident call the cops in those young black men lose their lives chasing the with their fingers on the trigger you never know better safe than sorry i don't know that someone else is going to gun. yes unfortunately around and around here we end up in arkansas they don't steal from so much because she's least two. or. three or four years here or the arabs. or i didn't ever hear or her what her hair was or her purse. or. your gown her or her or. your more or. very very need more it's ok they're in
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a more over. her. right then her or her. ok you are in your home or a park or a whole. area where you are. this is a middle aged man bargaining for sex with a teenager she from syria. according to unicef there are more than eighteen thousand under-age refugees in greece and one in five of them is here alone many went for hell to get here and that's helped continues for some teenagers in the heart of athens where they now sell their forty's to make ends meet these are their stories.
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i already know and i sleep for a goal from this is who knows all of the politics for syria. and my mom don't seem to simply see that it's just this. seventeen seventeen sixteen when i get to. and so on. ok so where do you live what do you think michelle since you seem that come up with a lying hero i know it's a shelter lamond doling kind of. the development new son out of some of them. and we just i'm going to get great system system dogs. that are about my diet about one of the most a lot of alone you know. down the field. who. i love your job it. didn't have a number. be shot mr no no the clock shuttle thing that lead you through to
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only going to. the plug. on the part of the system i want nothing but that until. they are i mean i don't want to. go. oh god both got it bloody. well never got to do it i would guess from about the five names down one percent that sort of better because sort of the need to be a little. busy with it would have been like i thought it was so i don't know if i was but he went on but that's when a concern here and money is a way to go on the middle with. do a little. by little you want to leave can we follow some of the around for a few days to see how you live and how you survive you know if it is to get them on
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. the net these guys on scene doesn't square which is essential as it gets nathanson shot across from parliament and always crowded more recently with special g.'s some just hang out here with friends and then return stair camps to shelters. but some can find a shelter or they choose not to stay in one so they work can sleep here it's common to see young refugees sitting on their own just waiting to be picked up. on account of us. almost about us on a. visit. to. feel on the day in a new bottle maasai in china six out of ten still don't know what is there and in what is. a lot of audience. where they know money from and how old are they. new canada in the front but you know for
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an ole i have us all to often know one of deborah a truly of little brats a lot of beer and none among. us. oh enough it must have filled out a five. hour special. one of a new and takes of a. look thanks judy had. a lot. less than you thought it would be you know my limited film on my head there. who spend several days on the central squares of athens and so many older men talking boys and then leaving with them. one night we overheard two older men negotiating a price with two young afghans who decided to ask them what was going on.
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all of the issues people up will have gone is. the only camp we go can i ask you where you from. repeating the afghani give up going to be honest how many months years and grace of the doesn't know the answer is right they rather not answer me you speak for them you know in my mind not because i was asking that i am us i'm going to fiji bore you and i come this week no problem i'm working with the future i'm working with her to talk about price i don't know where i'm from so only talking about the price and i know that reforms i want to begin are huge. at night at this time and the complement to four hours seven days a. serious that i'm with two boys discuss some pricing you're talking about un
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refugee camp. if you look at it would not matter i think you know with these two guys are clearly not underage but there are many underage i want going to the police officers any police are. i have a complaint against you you have a complaint sure don't touch me. ok let's go let's go. and. don't be pointing you i am going to know you because you are very young working with illegal london would you be a good lawyer and i mean. yes do you bother to. look what's your name. yes we'll call the police we have a job to do not know you call the police on the phone and. call them no one stopping you call them call them up to get stuff done so we have a man who is clearly very angry right now trying to call the police on us. but
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there levens ok. let's go. sara can we talk to you. what do you do. what do you do so. we didn't have our translator with us at the time and couldn't take the conversation further but it was pretty clear what was going on prostitution is legal here as long as sex workers are registered over eighteen legal residents of greece and have health checks every two weeks but that's not the case with these vulnerable boys some of whom are literally suicidal. on this. the.
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