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a different question to say that if it's the state made agent must the state attack is i think disingenuous at best people can get their hands on this sort of thing gangsters and criminals can get their hands on this sort of thing if they've got the right money to pay for it. after the surprise announcement of face to face talks between donald trump and north korea's kim jong un mixed messages are now coming out of washington. this meeting won't take place without concrete actions that match the promises that have been made by north korea we're ready to have the first booting without precondition. unless we talk about the weather was not the first time washington has been inconsistent in its policy on north korea with potential progress now being made artie's care more pain looks at him deserves the credit. they both love political drama big weapons and nuclear buttons
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but now it appears that little rocket man kim is ready to meet with donald the duo target their words not mine and surprisingly trump has agreed and the administration is all too clear about who they consider to be the winner of this battle of the bruisers what we know is that the mashed maximum pressure campaign has clearly been effective for the first time in a long time the united states is actually having conversations from a position of strength not a position of weakness like the one that north korea finds itself in due to the maximum pressure campaign now the white house has every reason to think so after all they just slapped a new sanctions on north korea they pressured the world to halt all trade with pyongyang and they fired almost every weapon in the english language arsenal all aimed at stopping kim with donald trump's so-called hard power we can have men men rocket men sick puppy shooting rockets all over the place we will have no choice
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but to totally destroy north korea but is trump the real winner here after every tongue lashing he received from the oval office kim fired back with his own retorts furthermore kaman gauged in diplomacy master class with south korea engaging in negotiations and even securing the unified team korea at the recent winter olympics is now all set to sit down with donald trump it will be unprecedented the first time in history now at this point it's quite an achievement for kim jong un let's ask new yorkers what they think who's the real winner of this upcoming meeting i think it's a win for north korea korea because they definitely approach chump about the issue and our president trump was being very i say amateur about the situation so i think since the north korean president took the first step then i think it makes everything better he was trying to make a step for peace you know the good. in times square because he's the first president i believe to meet with the north korean leader it was better probably for
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north korea than it is for the usa to absolutely a victory for kim jong un this is an individual who has been the leader of his country for now i guess seven years but has been completely isolated he's never much another. world leader it leads to a whole host of unanswered questions and risks that the american president is offering what kim jong un wants most on the front end of a process where we haven't yet achieved what we want most which is north korea's denuclearization so while everyone is going nuclear over a meeting that could potentially turn the tide of this crisis it's starting to look like kim might be the winner of this round table mopping artsy new york. now there's more media talk of russian meddling in the u.s. election this time it's true a fifty again we're in the last off to the pike. told
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me it's so also not acceptable is dead dead and russia and all that and us is deciding maybe a blood german companies all european companies are investing in the old witch infrastructure we are building interim an e. or and injure up i think it's a trim and it's a european decision. welcome
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back a former police officer in the u.s. state of north carolina has been charged with assaulting a black man accused of che walking the incident happened last august it was captured on the office's body count thirty three year old johnny rush was on his way home when two officers stopped him and accused him of crossing an empty street illegally officer chris hickman can later be seen punching and tasering rush you may find the following video disturbing. work. ok.
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i've heard. it from oh god oh oh oh. oh oh oh oh oh oh. oh oh oh oh oh oh oh well actually it was leaked six months after the incident took place police brutality activist michelle gross says the police department's refusal to went on the video until it's me is alarming the video was held by the police department all this time and all of this time they could have taken action against officer hickman an officer or gary and they chose not to you know supervisors look at that footage right away early so supposed to and clearly he had no fear of any kinds of accountability related to that conduct this must be standard operating procedure in that particular police department and frankly it is in many police departments these videos must always be made public we have no way to monitor police conduct and to understand how our
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police are operating if we can't watch those videos that they themselves collect on their own activities. well the asheville police department has condemned the office's actions they say these are contrary to the progress we have made in the last several years in improving community trust however the incident is just the latest in a series of police brutality cases that have been captured by body counts over the past three years. understand her better than.
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i could screams from across the balkans have held a rally in knowles and greece clashes flared up as riot police moved in to break up the gathering. around two thousand people gathered for the authorized march in sicily ky and were met by police with tear gas and stun grenades activists fought back hurling molotov cocktails and firecrackers it started as a protest against a far right group which burned down an anarchist base in the city back in january. now us news network has uncovered a sinister computer game which apparently helps swing the twenty sixteen presidential election r.t.s. igor's done enough explains. many tried many failed but the folks at c.n.n.
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have finally done it undeniable proof of how the russians convinced some sixty million people to vote trump and twenty sixteen and drumroll please. it's. union has learned russian for all created and release this anti hillary clinton video game you heard me right it's a video game they actually named it it's called hill tendo according to c.n.n. the game featured three levels first you had to help hillary clinton delete as many e-mails as you can a nod to the scandal over her handling of classified information which had been meiring her companion for months then you were supposed to assist the presidential nominee to collect money from some arab states evading the bombs at the same time and the final challenge to throw the u.s. constitution as far as possible a silly game could be written by
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a programming suffer more during their bathroom breaks doesn't take much to sway an average american voter or at least that's what c.n.n. appears to believe and you know what it shows just how far russians are willing to go to meddle in our domestic affairs but for the sake of argument let's break down the numbers this game was reportedly played some nineteen thousand times even in the best case scenario if every game counts for a new person who was to vote and actually showed up at the polls this not even two hundred ths of a percent is the share of voters the game no one's ever heard of until a few days ago may have swayed but direct influence was only part of the ploy claimed c.n.n. apparently developers could track gamers behavior and then target them with specific ads on social media something that according to those networks themselves
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was all new. nonexistent comments on facebook faceplant at the investigation. the funny thing is the game touched on the points of everything she has done wrong and c.n.n. is reporting like it's a bad thing some amazing reporting there c.n.n. you found a video game about a presidential candidate a game designed to reflect the way she lives and it took you years after the election to get your reporter out pulitzer material lol yeah that's what did at c.n.n. this game that nobody ever heard of totally swayed voters in wisconsin but you know after theories of pokémon meddling and dumpster diving for evidence so we thought we'd come take a look at it this report somehow begins to sound plausible diane of r.t. . well getting a warm welcome isn't always a pleasant experience especially if it's in the form of an unwanted hug as one california senator learned the hard way.
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you know no notice that your behavior has been on a while come they're also kmita also instructs you not to initiate hugs. all my life a hug has been my way of greeting friends and colleagues a gesture of love and kindness and a reflection of my children. well for more on these and plenty of other stories that go to our website or totti dot com otherwise i'll be back with the latest headlines at the top of the hour see that.
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manufacture consent to step into public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the fine merry go round the sun we don't want. to ignore middle of the room sick. anymore you really. love a walk still you on the idea that dropping bombs brings police to the chicken hawks
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forcing you to fight them. battle of the legs the new socks for the tell you that will be gossip the public but also the most important news today. the hottest of advertising telling you on the cool enough and the to buy their product plenty. these are the hawks that we along with our audience will walk along. hey everybody i'm stephen bob taft hollywood guy the suspect every proud american first of all i'm just george washington and r.v. i'm going to suggest this is my buddy max famous financial guru and well just a little bit different i've thought of going to the well you know with no doubt with all the drama happening in our country i'm shooting the road have some fun meet everyday americans come calling and hopefully start to bridge the gap this
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is the great american pill which. took. this photograph is gone viral it's a striking illustration of moral strength and fortitude kid you can see the students of rwanda's one and only class cold ballet school. muschamp controls to the country's brutal history and nine hundred ninety four about one million people were killed in rwanda just one hundred day. soon said by the neighborhoods. took. rwanda some of the trauma of murder
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and brutal violence of into tribal conflict today just over two decades own the nation has recovered to the point of becoming one of africa's most peaceful countries children are now attending ballet classes. it was an energy. i'm for to know which means i've been doing where a serious. issue is it may be called caroline she was
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a teacher. and she opened her own school so she continued in two years ago i think. and then she went back to the us and then i need. a third of those are pretty spin your own it's not positive in kids so she took. the company and we did receive this for how those are on for the proposition of having it but it's pretty. when i was really young clay used to start by leo like in time a penn way he came fencing so in only p.h.m. already exist already that is. something like playing ballet and he was.
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it you could be interested if he does that leaving. his five minutes. sooner it's a little. even. though he believes. action to most challenge is to find teaches because we. we really don't have a professional but it teacher in one though and it's just normal because it's not part of our culture. and so we really were language for i know many people coming from western countries so we cannot see it this school cannot afford to find a professional teacher and bring the person in one day and just rick spence it for us so we rely on people like laurie so we'd be there for following husband then
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from time to time she can come and teach. this quarter was an hour. in the business i mean a concert in bali it. had a miniature super profit you want you can. just out of meat. which no impression on our national. lead. probably. you just. these you are. you much the last thing you know. when you come from our family
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your boss to see you when you meet you if you're right if you and you saw some government. in there isn't. going to reassure you see there's. only. money in focus mr nice to meet you new needs to shift to a new system to do one of the bits of your sort of pushes through additional produce goods but was this. is a condition. which. you know you can win because of. the numbers here. tomorrow which practices numerous. we arrived last year it was with my family my husband is working for the european union i have five children so for three girls in the village school and.
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i see so i was totally surprised because when i told everybody out we are going to run that so everybody take care of you know like wow that is so then there is this palm tree what are you going to do in rome. in a pool ninety ninety four virtually all western missions including peacekeeping ones evacuated people from rwanda. later during a visit to the country the us. this president bill clinton said on c.n.n. i don't think we could have ended the violence but i think we could have cut it down and are aggressive. in nine hundred ninety four a conflict between two rwandan ethnic groups not much different from each other suddenly erupted. hutus my neighbors sounds of this was slaughtered
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daily. and you're. not your house i mean. this is what you want to call getting hundreds who say look you're young will you do live in a school not because i wish you have a profound bible study more young. couples of about fifty and. you. know what i know what i want to learn a little bit about you about the country and about what i'm going to do you don't must tell me you know what i mean the young you know where it should be what's it like what you know what you want to know about what would you want to talk about what a plug on a bus or limo is you're. lonely because i. was a military. unless you wanted to live to.
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let you come out about. but we didn't have those because you know we're going. to. trust i'm glad that the truth. well i'm going to try. to go on the way up to really i guess i would say i wouldn't bet on the much fun but can you not see this in the coming. days with the. with the lead in the who reached out on leaders. who really could use. another facilitation of. the work by william. said he would question really. it was like man this was similar to what. you are. michel
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going to go always said by your question michel well i work as an analogy was you might tell me what that fun is. how do you get another room i would really be in there i got a piece of you and i had a sort of nearly all joyn is a very quickly the woman you don't know on the range but on the way that it looked at least on the button it's in the look. and the little. this is very. close to the first time i was there i measured it it was grandma no one knows. how i'm not highly common i got was it just i don't usually brown but again we're going to probably have with us every chef we did have a message something we decided to give would be shown how much of the two hundred three at home gives that come back up because i know who we're going to need to do one cough amongst and that we're going to ration what we do is the marriage does
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the imagining is it really going on up as it is that. what happened i think i don't really know that much but twenty two or three years ago. there were two tribes there was hutus and tutsis the genocide was. gunston since. a lot of people called cobra like my dad's family his parents and his. young men siblings the all died in the genocide but he was careful to believe before anything happened to him because he moved to canada for a university which is where he met.
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one million people died died. there is being nice. to be. here he can learn about genocide. he killed people with. a new leader the beast even babies to a killing to them a deep enough thing. is english thing that touched me to more. schools last year see i had to quit because when you're there said twelve cannot go by your own. i didn't really want to tease it that part because i think it's so it's not it's maybe it's still not really a good thing so it's better to know it when i will know more about genocide it's also important to remember that the chair let this happen. that we can't let our we
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can't go back to where we are where we have to keep growing and. expanding our well . you. know no one's going to work to achieve everybody's round and that's.
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the legacy of the communist era has left i'm assuming a lot of of the legacy waste as well i'm assuming again from my understanding of the soviet era that there was much more of a culture of our reuse and not throwing things away that i think a society that emerged out of that tends to reject so it's a matter of moving back to that. matched rather financial survival guide stacey let's learn a salad fill out let's say i'm the troika and you're a piece. of the fight wall street scott thank you for helping. on the story that's true if you looked at slavery.
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the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education of being supplanted by the right to access education it's higher education is becoming just another product that can be pulled from sold under small just about education anymore it's also about running a business where your good models of version look good it's also the kind of fellow that couldn't be. more is the place of students in this business model before college i was born now. high education the new. rule. when you don't. get a court to. make.


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