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alone there have been repeated terror attacks on thwarted attempts in france in february twenty seventh a mom attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete while an attacker was stopped at orly or port one month after about a police officer was shot dead in april in the seans elisei then in october two young women were stabbed to death at a real we're station in marci former british intelligence officer sees the fact that the gunman was released surveillance exposes a failure in law enforcement. is part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high. rates. of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence agencies but for some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough they're being followed around. and they're allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these
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appalling deeds it's hard to see what more fronts can do i mean they had a state of emergency declared after the massacre and attacks all the palaces still there in france they just change the name they change the terminology and yet all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i fail to see how much more they can do. facebook is facing intense pressure for failing to protect the data of its users after it was claimed the information was stolen and utilized for political gain the tech giant's head admitted that data breach on promise that the company will learn from its mistakes well the british data gathering firm called cambridge on the little guy that mark zuckerberg mentioned there was involved in donald trump's presidential campaign among others on the company allegedly mind fifty million facebook profiles for its operations while its parent company was reportedly
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involved in psycho social studies for the u.k. defense ministry cambridge analytic is now under investigation and suspended its chief executive and the revelations have led to a trend that will concern facebook famous entrepreneur elon musk deleted his profile as well as the pages of the company's many others are following suit as well as the hush to delete facebook spreads across another platform twitter meanwhile legal a media analyst lionel told us all the data online is mind. the entire point is being missed here it's not cambridge analytic it's the fact that facebook is a tool a proxy if you will of that government it's a surveillance unit it was conceived it through darpa through seed money did this this phasing this oh i do think they use the information against their are
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you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information and we have well despite the two global behemoths the center of the data scandal having roots in america and the u.k. the story has not been tied to russia or to because they have looks into it all for us. imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia is songe bots or hackers have cooked up today cambridge analytic i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top adviser steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing
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data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian metal cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian a songs of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence rikki leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump adviser roger stone great innings i actually communicated with what how do you even make that connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word
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russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation cnn's report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report asaad just the d.n.c. oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the keywords just fill this. basis with whatever he also directly message or russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytic had a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to
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a sound see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all of us have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating keywords people keywords the russians everywhere. of iraq marked and on wanted on the first three this week we spoke to survivors of torture at the infamous abu ghraib detention facility a little later in the program.
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fundamentally the united states and russia are have been for decades two scorpions in a bottle each capable of destroying the other but at the price of being destroyed itself . said well these weapons will overcome u.s. missile defenses u.s. missile defenses were totally ineffective against russian forces already so they'll be more effective against russian forces.
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eighteen minutes into the program welcome back the final results of the russian presidential election were announced on friday love him or putin secured a fourth term in the kremlin with seventy six percent of the vote while turnout in last sunday's election was almost sixty eight percent on the news briefing the russian leader was asked whether he'd consider running for the top job again. at the moment i'm not planning any constitutional changes with. do you think you will be in the presidential seat until twenty thirty or course if you change the constitution because. i think what you're saying is.
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a hundred well did leave all of its rivals far behind this time around second place was taken by communist party public routine and i don't know a lighter note it wasn't only the candidates that made the election remarkable. i. cut. out of. my.
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little me. but who knows the might be president one day yourself well indeed among one of the more offbeat highlights in the election was a campaign pledge by communist party candidate danann he pledged to shave off his mustache if he got less than fifteen percent of the vote he did and that's gone but he didn't say he hasn't seen him self without it for thirty years looks well. front's saw nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers responded to social and economic reforms students on transport workers are concerned by president a money with new proposals saying they could face long term unemployment on the wages many schools shut for the day under-reports were also affected more than two hundred thousand people all over the country reportedly joined rallies with more
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demonstrations planned in april in may and part as the unrest escalated into clashes with police. new on the but i want to you know we are not here to be violent we are here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by the call of the cuckoo that tomorrow we disagree with the governments we can't accept this reforms that's why we are always here with us this is the most like of course the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. all during the rallies in part as protesters threw rocks at officers who responded with water cannon are dubinsky walls up one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been
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marching in paris trying to make a voice discouraged to the government of president marcos saying they're unhappy with many of the ideals of p.c. ministration including that she was such a hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years since he's the president see there have been some violent confrontations during this day of strike in paris now where police clashed with the protest is some suggesting that the police had used extreme violence and some of the protesters had been injured from the civil savants to the right way start to students form here to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over thirty seven days of strikes by the railways these strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june the way we were just saying this is the only way that
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they can get a voice and they will speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to that line of work. azzi paris. yeah that's the french capital but here is the western french city of norm to a riot police used tear gas to break off the crowd demonstrators fought back with smoke bombs on them. this week marks fifteen years since america began a military operation it called iraqi freedom commonly known as the iraq war what began as a promise to liberate the country from a dictator turned into years of conflict there cross the region one of the darkest chapters in the war was the torture of iraqi detainees at the upper ghraib prison a warning you may find the following images upsetting.
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some former abu ghraib detainees describe their ordeal to us. we'll know more when their americans arrived with their tanks we thought they would
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read us of the harsh regime everyone would have their own house and car just like in the wealthy arab countries or in the west but it turns out to be the opposite. of shyness they would hang a prisoner on the metal door of the cell and subject them to electrocution or urination they would stick a rifle into sensitive areas or they would use a broken broomstick causing internal bleeding prisoners would need surgery. after i was released whenever i saw americans on the street i would be terrified they would send me back to that place and torture me again it still keeps me up at night remembering the torture they hear the screams of us young and yet i still have nightmares and suffer physical and mental pain as if it all happened yesterday i worked night and day to try to forget it what we went through and what happened to iraq was a terrible crime it broke us even now i can't get inside
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a bafta because it makes me think of waterboarding. the time i spend in the prison felt like a lifetime an hour or that pain humiliation and unchastity this stays with you forever. well those are just some of the big stories from the week that it was join me again in just over half an hour's time i'll be here with more this is our t.v. internet.
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the one hard sell you on the idea that dropping bombs brings peace to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles that will. produce talks for the tell you that will be chaos of the public by itself of the most important. advertising tells me you are not cool enough and let's invite. all the hawks that we along with all the one. this is a story of one of africa's giants. know his teeth that shot. down his neck isn't that a long. list giant is rather modest and keeps
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a low profile that's not him either. people are often scared of this particular giant but he is nowhere near as dangerous as that one. is a friendly giant every day with the possible exception of weekends he saves human lives. his name is isaac a giant pouched rat. and i like his brothers and sisters he was born with a passion for travel. isaac's birthplace was a special training center in tanzania. it's
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called up over which stands for development of landmine detection equipment that's what isaac is these are mine sniffing rat. rats are everywhere they are sociable to all circumstances and they've lifted with humanity since ever. they actually traditionally. garbage and they've been doing that. for always. mind sniffing rats are put to work in former hot spots where learned mines are among the most deadly remnants of armed conflict they're often found years after war has ended and serious injury isn't the only problem. imagine how it must feel to live with the knowledge that there's a landmine lurking somewhere near your home. when i was a close up field and to help make the problem of landmines
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a thing of the past. but it will be a full nine months before he becomes a real pro for now he simply spends his time with his family. it's no coincidence that giant rats were chosen to sniff mines in the wild their extraordinary sense of smell allows them to search for food buried deep underground it worked with land mines to the key is to train the abouts to associate the discovery of t.n.t. with food and that's not difficult because everyone knows how intelligent rats. the really hard part is making sure that the rat doesn't make any mistakes that could be fatal not just for the rat. these regular rats that's clear from the way they eat these giant rats have special pouches in their cheeks food just like hamsters so this particular animal is on the cusp
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between being a rat. perhaps that's why they're just a little bit cuter. i guess i should add to another really great benefit of our species of rats is that there are really curious which lab rats are curious as well but. their various social in terms of they're really willing to work with people. sometimes will develop that relationship with you but i don't think they develop it quite as readily as our rats do. meanwhile isaac has grown he's now four weeks old i'm training can begin like all children isaac schooling starts with a kindergarten. although it is a camera he hopes a little raft to feel comfortable around people.
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to see to defeat. the. norm we teach the. truth. that's not. interacting with a care or is a vital part of the learning process it's important for isaac socialisation mind sniffing rats mustn't run away from the bite people. when he grows up eyes are cool way around a kilo and his body will reach thirty to forty centimeters in length just about as long as his tail. because they're so big grilled. is
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a favorite local street food. isaac has started school he spends his early weeks learning the basic rule but clear and t. means food. is used to reinforce the learned response where as i can count as an empty container there's no sound. this one does contain t.m.t. and the clerk tells him that he can no claim or treat. well in general that. they really let her do her thing they don't get involved or train influenced her in any way but there are the rats has a different behavior just before they find.
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they have certain behavior some of them like to clean themselves they like to groom themselves they're very clean. they don't like to get wet or maybe there's. some of them will walk around in circles some even stand up in the air. and so the handler knows that she's found some think it just hasn't. indicated where. a rats remarkable sense of smell can detect the tiniest traces of t.n.t. . they can sense the explosive even when it's fifteen to twenty centimeters on the ground their nose is over not so secret weapon imagine if humans had similar abilities ok if you were in a pitch black room and somebody entered the house from. i would say. one kilometer away and it's pitch black and you
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can't hear anything you might be able to detect that something changed but that's also very hard for me to say because i really as a scientist i need evidence to support such a claim and i don't have. isaac and his sister at the gym they can give their paws a good workout sharpen their teeth. but enjoy a sense of freedom. situ looks as though isaac's trying to set out on his first trip. a nice try. a brief chase. a few a breath of fresh air.
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and he soon back in the fold. they know what they are doing they know what to expect from them they know. if to your work you can do very we want. to three war. profit off. thanks very very very bored he learned most you have to report animals don't they don't understand this so i remember very were the words. and that's what we are doing. for about a. week these students are only fed the foods that they are given the streaks
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during training mostly a staple diet of but none of and not. just food. during the weekend little giants are given a veritable feast albert prepares a mixture of peanuts and dried fish and this calorie cocktail is great for their bones. you want. them to it's no feast without dessert. he says for. you. since you're.
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in the wild giant rats live in small underground colonies. they're quite independent within the colony they live in their own burrows and tend not to share food with neighbors. females can choose their own mating partners but the colonies are not matter. they are ruled by a group that works a little like a parliament with both male and female members. and. it's a big day for isaac. is about to move on to high school. just like every graduate to be he gets his own personal transport. now i can start his field training.
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joins pausch graphs on nocturnal they sleep by day but have active night lives. carers try to adjust to the rats biorhythms they set out at five thirty in the morning a field training session can start at six. bits for moments like this that isaac has been trained he's not alone by the sound of
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the engine. mats geysers financial survival guide liquid assets not those that you can convert is expanse quite easily. to keep in mind no acid from into place and to watch custard for. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only women and so for much larger fish was once there was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long. survive and that's why we have the
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a white woman for free in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters of my colleagues. question. my conclusion he's. being made to train during this. again. and i like it the only one. with a train number or. so it's not the right man who is telling them. the black you have to do this in this in this new manner.
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we have the older teen years so there is material enough for the old trainers to train the young. isaac remains calm while using for his class to start. the trust between trainer and rat runs deep. he lets isaac out of the cage. just without even bothering to follow. it. there have to concentrate them to be a viewer of their day they have to. do to make an interpretation of for the
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writ is doing. would you come to d.c. when you were telling your boss. i ventured. isaac is now demonstrating model behavior for a mind on thing rat. he sniffs diligently at the end. is in no hurry. this is the result of several months of training. it looks as though isaac might offend some t.n.t. . he tries to rid his nose of all extraneous sent. me thinks he senses something but needs to reset his smelling operators to be sure
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. this is the spot. you. know all the trainer can send his signal. it's like watching two old friends getting together. at first but for him performing perfect i mean she was not running she was walking. she sniffed everywhere. she. liked records. to steve to t.n.t.
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because of the new word. is asserted she wasn't about to. vision of t.n.t. . in. my eyes it seems to have passed with flying colors. and now it's time to evaluate his loyalty. no one wants to chase or run away red across a life minefield that would be deadly that's why it's important that the raps follow their handlers voluntarily without a leash. isaac is displaying textbook behavior as this training is over. now it's time for the real world to begin.
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traveling to see amrit in cambodia. this is home to one of the ancient architectural wonders of the world. and caught a fact. millions of tourists travel here to take their best selfies tourism is one of cambodia's main sources of revenue. but there are still landmines left over from the civil war and they are seriously hampering any further growth and tourism to say nothing of the danger to life.
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when it comes to square miles of minefields cambodia is second only to afghanistan . the number of injuries caused by landmines is the highest in the world now though the situation is changing for the better in the popular tourist resorts mines can only be seen in museums but there are still many dangerous areas in the country. isaac is here to help with mine clearance. new instructor apply sunscreen to his skin. because giant rats and nocturnal creatures their skin isn't accustomed to high levels of u.v.
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if they were left unprotected they run the risk of developing skin cancer. ears and tails of the most delicate spots. we didn't see them doing this in africa because the training center is high in the mountains in the town of moore to go to. at this time of year it's much cooler there than here in cambodia. if we take a closer look at the troubles it's raining but isaac still has some screen applied . the sun might come out once the team stops working. this is no drill. team domes protective vests and helmets.
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no one knows exactly health protection they get would offer. they're off to work. it's not a hundred. but look at you from the top on the next question is not bad but these are. international rules that you have to you. know. if if something exploded. in the not being scottish and down to something explored at least to a point that they don't want an office rather than having nothing. just as we make our way to the minefield it rains again. if we do rains and then. march. we think that there is not taking i mean it is going on so it's not easy for the.
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twenty or so i went through rains a lot then we don't know what. it doesn't look as though we'll get to see ice a connection the rains getting heavier. here. see . see feel. very good. very good. are. one more try. it's not clear if the rain will get in the way again or not.
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the mind to take team is out in the field after all. isaac is investigating the ground. nothing so far. suddenly he starts to wash his face. this means he's identified a suspicious scent. at. the disposal expert approaches. he has been something.
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he seems to be really quite relaxed so perhaps it's not a mind off to real. business mind that's not mine it's. made in china. i thought. mom didn't get. it. all finds a carefully marked on the. cleared areas highlighted in yellow.
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the disposal team has a light breakfast after work everyone gets a banana. and they all seem to enjoy it. has come a long way from this moment of triumph and now it's time for a rest. of the real heroes and see glory true heroes need to rest to build up this strength for their future endeavors. another round of cambodia's mine clearance campaign has come to an end the field engineers have a chance to relax and the young men take a leaf out of the judge's book then the night life is almost as exciting as the
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rats. into it. it's this story of a landmine and. that's all there is to it. it's.
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well you know that they were kind of adopted because we were called pirates of the so long. i mean they're in this small ball of sticks it hard pulling shapes and it's. not something. to limit the films to be told fish already ninety percent of the darn time i need to clone that conner . concept fifteen scoops seventy five tons and they do it several times a day with a big fleet so no you get an idea why. we have to understand we cannot stay still and just. be within this the field going to these arms. i'm doing this because i want them for the future world to future generations to have and enjoy the ocean how we have.
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fundamentally the united states and russia are have been for decades to scorpions in a bottle each capable of destroying the other but only at the price of being destroyed itself. putin said well these weapons will overcome u.s. missile defenses u.s. missile defenses were totally ineffective against russian forces already so there will be more effective against russian forces. time to be made. but of the entire body even when i get. them. out of. bed again and i mean by my mom coming here i know god. walking me to the.
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millions of them will change without giving him a billion disadvantages to see so if you want. to live by love and actually get at the way i've got to get a license to be any. cases in the n.c.a.a. hopefully you can pick a kid or you chase oh wow her. mum when they got there she wouldn't go live to the busy putting. such.
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it was easy to cut. in the stories that we. are the poisoning of. his daughter escalates with twenty three russian and british diplomats returning home. did not target the former spy calling it an act of terrorism against russian citizens. terror hits a small town in southern france where a gunman hijacked a car and took hostages in a supermarket four people died in the deadly attack including a police officer who heroically volunteered to enter this. country paid online reveal the data of millions of people was mine from the social
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platform to be allegedly exploited. also ahead. protesters in force in response to the french president's proposed social and economic reforms in a nationwide strike which turned violent in the capital. into the weekly here on r t international this sunday morning from moscow hello and welcome i'm you know neal the diplomatic standoff between the u.k. and russia escalated this week with twenty three diplomats from each country returning home london made the first expulsions following the poisoning of former double agent. and his daughter in sold southern england as the investigation continues u.k.
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officials have repeatedly said that a russian link to that case was highly likely on thursday britain's prime minister asked the european union to back theory. it was highly likely that russia was responsible for this first war with think that the current analysis is already very well grounded and nobody questions that everyone was also indicate didn't do willingness to give us first russia's concerned. dr louche political landscape in europe to russia and this is why it's not so easy to keep the. twenty eight inches group. together a russian officials have repeatedly dismiss moscow's involvement in stating they see the poisoning as an act of terrorism russia has also expressed willingness to cooperate with british authorities but so far that's gained little traction u.k.
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foreign minister boris johnson has been among the most outspoken against russia even using nazi comparisons and he wasn't alone. because the roads lead to the. putins the white thirty six only here so i think the comparison with nine hundred thirty six is is right moscow considers this kind of statements made under the level of the foreign secretary in you we unacceptable and totally irresponsible. the british government just free to make a decision about its budget situation on the world cup but nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated nazis and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany.
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did he goes beyond the common sense and we do not think the british war which are around us including those of the arctic cold warriors which share this opinion the russian embassy in the u.k. also posted this photo following the comments by boris johnson in a controversial moment the english football team was ordered by the british authorities to give a nazi salute before a friendly match with germany in one thousand thirty eight please boycotted the tournament. well as they rushed a blame game has extended into areas once considered beyond political point scoring outlets to see a church going to has more of an educational project than appears to reinforce the negative rhetoric that's been thrown out moscow. what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. of the day is an online news service that is used by one in three u.k.
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schools teachers and librarians from satori the schools use around schools and activities across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory and provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their horizons talks of putin on mission to poison west ouch and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler quasi this guff. can help students out topics like the ongoing fight scandal where an investigation is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage milly smirks and everything in case there is confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the words marks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective not the chalk and blitzkrieg are also if
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you're a military tactic designed to crush the enemy with overwhelming force a short space of time coincidentally made famous by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to connect the dots brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well as plotting the downfall of western democracy also laid out as food for thought a you decide section let students consider the following questions is putin the most dangerous man in the world did the cold war ever end as well as what impression does putin give about what russia is like the day helps students develop information literacy and critical thinking and prepares them for the challenges ahead in the ever changing world critical thinking is key the toxic putin class is dismissed and associate churkin our party wanted. a russian presidential spokesperson dmitri peskov spoke exclusively to sophie shevardnadze about the script al case.
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first we we have to remember and the starting point is the words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. the first blaming came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident and now we're see we see words of experts and experts of organization for four or four. p.c. w. . that say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks is it contradictory yes it is. four people were killed in southern france when a gunman hijacked
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a car and took hostages of a supermarket in a small town on friday the attacker pledged allegiance to islamic state before he was shot dead by special forces. in the movie i went shopping with my wife and sister in law after some time we had an explosion well several. i saw a man lying on the floor and another person who was very agitated with a handgun in one hand and a knife in the other and yelling allahu akbar. after that i took my wife and my sister in law and some customers nearby and we went to look for shelter i put them
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in a butcher's fridge closed from the inside. because it's peaceful here where you see to like any out there he was very kind very sociable adorable he overheard sweets to the children and he is a terrorist. the terrorist has been identified he was killed during his so an investigation will have to answer some important questions when and how was he radicalized and how and when did he procure the weapon. we have for several years paid with our blood to know the terrorist menace. yeah tragic day and among those killed was a hero police officer who swap places with a female hostage he managed to leave a mobile phone on for the authorities inside to listen to what was happening when police heard gunshots they moved to neutralize the attacker the ten internal are no
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trem had been fighting for his life but passed away on saturday morning when over the past year alone there have been repeated terror attacks on thwarted attempts in fronts in february twenty seventh seen a mom attempted to enter the louve museum in paris with a machete while an attacker was stopped at warley report one month after that police officer was shot dead in april on the scholem's elisei and then in october two young women were stopped to death at a railway station in marci a former british intelligence officer on the fact that the gunman was under police surveillance exposes the failure in law enforcement. it's part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high. grades who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence agencies but for
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some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough they were being followed around. and they're allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these are appalling deeds it's hard to see what more fronts can do i mean they had a state of emergency declared after the massacre and attacks all the palace is still there in france they've just changed the name they've changed the terminology and yet all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i felt see how much more they can do. to another of the stories making headlines this week facebook is facing intense pressure for failing to protect the data of its users after it was claimed the information was stolen and utilized for political gain the tech giant's head at the data breach on promise that the company will learn from its mistakes we need to make sure that there aren't any other cambridge analytical is out there right or folks who have improperly access to data you know we need to make sure that we
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don't make that mistake ever again the british data gathering for call cambridge and alyssa care that mark zuckerberg mentions there i was involved in donald trump's presidential campaign among others the company allegedly mine fifty million facebook profiles for its operations while this person company was reportedly involved in cycle social studies for the u.k. defense ministry cambridge analytic is now under investigation and has suspended its chief executive. well this can lead to a backlash against the social network facebook stocks as well they plunged to a four year low while circuit berg's own wallet they had to run ten billion dollars in just one week the company is now facing four lawsuits from its shareholders over the misuse of personal data them it's like berg was also requested to testify before u.s. congress meanwhile on twitter of the house tag deleted facebook has been trending
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with some high profile followers joining in we spoke to the legal on media analyst who told us all the data online is mind the entire point is being missed here it's not cambridge analytic it's the fact that facebook is a tool a proxy if you will of that government it's a service june it it was conceived it through darpa through seed money did this this phasing this oh do you think they use the information against there are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information that we have well despite the two global firms at the center of the data scandal having roots in america in the u.k. you the story has not been tied to russia artie's morocco's they have looks into it all for us. imagine being a liberal
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a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia is songe bots or hackers have cooked up today cambridge analytic i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top advisor steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how trump is going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian meddling cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian a songs of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary
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clinton's private server there's no evidence wiki leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone great innings i actually communicated with what how do you even make the connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation c.n.n. report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report at savage the dia and see oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the keywords just fill this. he says with whatever
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he also directly message or russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are you comfortable that their trunk campaign through their cameras and had a connection to wiki leaks. he did have a connection or wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to. see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all of us have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and
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confounding not explaining or investigating he words people key words the russians everywhere. thousands of people across serbia have been gathering for umpteen nato rallies marking a significant date for the balkan country in southern europe around five hundred demonstrators stood out in front of the serbian parliament in belgrade the gathering was dedicated to the memory of those who died in the one thousand nine hundred nine nato bombing campaign of former yugoslavia which lasted over two months events were held in cities all over serbia are they to say. eight hundred people died serbian authorities put the total at around three times that figure looting. children. more of the week's top news right after this.
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kristen. this is surprising given the recent appointments of my. friends and foes alike impact on american politics. dropping bombs brings peace to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battle. to stop spreading tell you that because of the public but. i'm telling you. that we. will watch.
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your back with our to international bay final results of the russian presidential election were announced on friday love him or putin secured a fourth term in the kremlin with seventy six percent off the vote while turning in last sunday's election was almost sixty eight percent at a news briefing the russian leader was asked whether he'd consider running again for the top job. because the moment i'm not planning any constitutional changes. do you think you will be in the presidential seat until twenty thirty or course if you change the constitution because. i think what you're seeing is.
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a hundred twelve this time around lattimer putin did leave all of his rivals far behind second place was taken by communist party candidate public routine in a lighter note it was not only the candidates that made the election remarkable. i. cut. her.
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well among perhaps one of the more offbeat highlights in the election was a campaign pledge by communist party candidate danann he pledged to shave off its mustache if he got less than fifteen percent of the vote he did and it's gone great didn't say that he hasn't seen themself without it for thirty years. saw nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers responded to social and economic reforms students transport workers are concerned by president new proposals saying they could face long term unemployment unload wages many schools shut for the day airports are also affected more than two hundred thousand people all over the country reportedly joined with more demonstrations planned for april and may in part the unrest escalated into clashes with police.
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good. morning but i want to you know we are not here to be violent we are here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by the kind of a coup that we disagree with the government we can accept this reforms that's why we are always here with us which is the most point where is the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. during the rallies in paris protesters threw rocks at officers who responded with water cannon are to charlotte to been ski was at one of the flashpoint. thousands of people have been marching in paris trying to make a voice discouraged to the government of president michel and saying they're
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unhappy with many of the ideas of his e ministration including that she got one hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years if he's the president see there have been some violent confrontations during these days strike in paris now where police clashed with the protest is some suggesting that the police had used extreme violence in some of the protests. this had been injected home of the civil servants to the right way still offer to students to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over thirty seven days of strikes by the railways these strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june the right well if you're saying this is the only way they can get a voice and they won't speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to that line it would. not see paris. long for in
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the western french city of known to riot police used tear gas to break up a crowd demonstrators fought back as you can see with smoke bombs and flares. ok get more news and views on the week's big stories on our t.v. dot com and why not leave your thoughts while you're there to always great to read them this is r.t.c. used to. make this manufacture consensus stick to the public well. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final. gifts and be the one percent. we can all middle of the room see.
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what politicians do you should. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. for something i want. you to go right to the first this is like before three of the four people. i'm interested always in the waters of my. question. time about email bed of the entire you maybe even my dad. but let it be. better than that i mean i my mom come on here i know god. will walk through me to the beach.
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in front of the movie same deal adapting to email so you just have images consistent if you want. to many know by other natural again that he may as well seem to be a large city because the. page is a romance and it comes to cable you chase oh wow.
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my soul the jolly well sighing all will have piqued my interest so i went. to ask somebody what is this is somebody is going to come they tell me of this decision for a day i believe in waiting for the legal fishing oh my god will that's kind of interesting. pirates the cards well you know the part they were kind of adopted because we were called pirates for so long but. really. the world is changing our tactics such a endings and now we're looking to look to give the government needs to tie for them to wake up like i'm sure they've all seen what's happened in europe although
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fish is gonna be at and t. the call to collapse there was just nothing to catch and now the european plea to the east africa it's already in a very bad state like then they got told us to have been there they still are just emptying the ocean so if you look at the situation in somalia the pirates can be argued that they used to be fishermen and by then foreign told us came from the fish and here they have no income so i think it's just common sense that the country is so waking up. in. if.
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you. want. to. see him wanting to accomplish it then you must do see him do the time to post this huge costs are not meant to last a moment to consume come from good news. to men married to them good news if you prefer to keep it to show you may not stand by leftist p.c. not exactly nothing but even a good kind of magic. come to this him. to turn. it. on. if.
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anything comes from the same song. yes your job if that's legit if the money. just think it's still a show you keep talking. file but if the officer. who thinks that actually instruments trick. you off of. muslims will tell you well you. know many people. calls well up. and i just feel it is a little while most. people still think it's an awful lot like minute. please see because you. leap completely please intentness and
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sometimes you lose i'll stick to other. parts of the cut the truth. just possibly but the felt was. going to. let. live. live. live. live and they come in bold we shoot the chamber to make sure there is no bullet in the chamber. so when there is told they are all safe there in the
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bullet and then when we give them which is the temple again and when they come back to check to check us we make sure that when this told there is not all that many and many more and again so i'll still separately have the. heavy lifting that. does that it. doesn't leave it to what led police. to tell you something. that no one. the center of the list also nine hundred fifty of us below that's a whaling ship and the harbor warning deck used to be over here.
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these will be one of the harbor for. me and so on. and i think that's the sweetest thing it used to kill whales now it's protecting them. see show book the threatening to worry osun the salt on the ocean so egypt needs to. go down the tube to where you see sugar was the only one window in there . and you. know sutras of story was how the sea shepherd stood up to that and got in between. the. two sips the processing ships and prevented them from being able to transfer the whales onto in the process instead. of being there in the small boats next to the harbor warships and it's just it's gary is the friend but then again
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the throwing paid almost two thirds just physically stopping illegal fishing vessels taking them out of the action of the state but millions hundreds of thousands of lives. we would get very very close to the wind and we've been able to these you could pull them from transferring that way to be able to physically go to them by. putting defensive lines into the water or a really nasty bone just in today they would only pay into them to symbolize the blood be dismissed but they are doing i think the walls impressing the campaign called zero dollars. all the way through the. fuel tanker to come together the need to get fuel and this is what we do. here in between. us to stop these review immigration procedures they kind of
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have fuel they won't be able to deal with chile if you let's see two ships need to come together like the soul of the nation ride to come alongside a fuel tanker and we have all worksheets there in between them to stop them from. five days still being in that situation but we really tense. through the water barges in general. to last all spearing all engines to stop it he. just kept going and then extremely. mayday mayday mayday call it was told by have no engines and all knew then the nisshin maru pulled away and before that they had already crossed the main mast. crush the holy day.
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so to. him but it was very very close. now after we had the injunction come against that we cannot go five hundred meters close to an injunction from the u.s. court and that's the weird thing how the u.s. court action in the international waters to accrue that it's international. like the netherlands but still we are respecting the. do not engage in illegal activities this flag. at the moment we don't use it in africa. because there is a piracy situation and it's not very tactful unpolitically correct to fly a pirate flag of course part of me always looks back to these days. that we had legs your old toller and saved the life of seven hundred weight of course you
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always look back to that of people who you work with these accomplishments and think. well that's nice but then. you have been in the direction caesar but has taking for me personally fishing and overfishing has been my thing i've always hope i hope it would do more for the cost of fish they don't scream when they die and nobody knows what's going on with them like they are the underlings of the planet in no way so for me to see these collaborations with governments putting more. work into fish dream come forward in.
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the morning. so we're still here really crucial. for. what we're. doing. with its first. word was. that you. know you just you shift gears a bit so you can see the research and it's been interesting here for days normally you would expect the first ship to go from the work to the work story that's been released by. well on those frozen food journey but just to sit offshore the bunch of frozen food has been strange this is suspicious tom says that the. own. you know i was. ready to sell this if i didn't
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have a cell phone you know they have a hard life and you know they have let you know so penny was a noticeable. thing that has holes in harlem yet. for this wild wild this this is going to be a role that hears her be a part of his career. while those. recent years are being noticed even if you consider a good story easy surveyors. were here is this is worth your work. for where i live sir where i suspect you because your favorite part is just inside
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out and he has this transshipment if this is illegal to the he so it is once for make sure he's happy that's all. hollister this is not black it's under a long. time . for a world cup twenty eight team coverage and we've signed one of the greatest gold peoples of all time but there was one more question and by the way. he's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure you have to the center of the beach but how would you and will so with all the great british get you out of the uk at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go.
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a low as i want to and i'm really happy to join that for the two thousand and ten world cup in russia meet the special one come on top of. me to just take the reader beyond the team's latest edition to make up a bigger. book. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only women themself a much larger mission was once there and that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we
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have the catastrophes. how does it feel to be a share of the greatest job in the world it's as close to being a king as any job there is what business model helps to run a prison now we just do it oh my guess is nobody obeys the taste and i don't no one comes anymore we don't have to serve them anymore it's called defective that's what they want to do that knowing they don't give a damn if you do the chores or not. actually paying us to put a mark in. the louisiana incarceration rate is twice as high as the us and breach what secret is behind such success.
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but those to found. out if. somebody took his teeth. if he wasn't on the bus in the oval. office and all of them do. open. the file before we have an idea well many cruise ship. was.
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never going to be saying this just went on was a pencil's think it was a missile nothing even an event and the difference then the pacific. mission. you know. i don't. believe nobody getting. close to you are. going to use it to go. i. need. just look less for the. let's hope the much more than. just the stick you get the. moment of truth. for the good stuff for muslims stuff. because.
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if you didn't for. yeah just send the. note. when you first meet him. he's the one one incident was just the same all. the. cells up to. this last double was frozen fish don't you longer get away i mean listen it's all out. because if you really. do believe. in the leopold will be separation from the. dismissal to
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make you. believe one nation from the land she sits in you if you touch you in the parish. believe me this is the screen you can see this really. is not much of. a different kind of good didn't understand. this stupidity these are two wires downstream of my ass just one month when they were put there this group is not possible. just seems to be in safe position a good. time. you try and run and do was. not possible just wish to state and encourage us to live. if you want to. when are you going to put your money under god i'm just.
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going to. rebuild it on and do do do do. don't go to the don't want to. leap. to. no smell of fish. so it's quite different then it's nice to have the government would be able to
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actually stop. the fish in its back what's going on. it's a different experience but it's a good way to go and don't like yeah usually that's the case here is where we go to like the pharaohs or they say get out you know or. you know about that place they don't like us very but they're all still. in the farrows because we don't want them to kill the pilot whales and so you know they have this long tradition of driving the pilot whales with their small boats and driving them up on to the beach and killing them on the beach. and so we've gone there and interfered with the hives there. it's is you know is there's a whole layers of legal issues there because it is illegal for the e.u. whales and the pharaohs are potentially part of the deal but they find it hard.
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they tried in years past to pass laws against us and they kept getting they were the way they were that they wouldn't enforce them so i think believe this year they they have succeeded in keeping us from going there i know that ships can't go and. i don't know if individuals want now how that will work out but we're not going there on a campaign this year because of that because of the prohibition there and then we have other issues now that we're tackling like this illegal fishing which is a huge problem all over the world. if you want to use to you know for example you just go to the supermarket buy a can of tuna open it and you enjoy it because the next place. but when you see how it's catch you start to sing about. fishing boats were seen fishing already been picked around the kind of go on but that's still right
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you're seeing a several meetings and then it's a pursuing a phone starts to are pulling the nets and nets to start getting tighter and tighter fish squeezed all i can of lemon and in this moments of the sea really turns red bull look just seal lost. nothing that sits on the scoop metal ring just goes they go into the big nets and scoop all of the fish. one child we've just been the rounds is perceivable we conduct fifteen's loops. you say on each floor so. that's one catch seventy five tons and they do it several times a day. almost every day with
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a big fleet so no you get an idea why the ocean is overfished. let's just say that was friend stuff up so i guess that mission i'm going to touch . it. it's easy to see if. it leaves at least a bit simplistic atlanta doing that stuff and it starts to. look be an interesting forest. piece it's. a city.
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editor. and. they look. at. the evening monthly grows it's like going to be trolled. there's reason to question that. today in about half an hour. do you have any weapons or a gun number. ok. for
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example the mediterranean as a very over a bit. in this region there has been a lot of bird you know fishing by the european industrial person or they have been fishing here acquired extend of late since the one nine hundred fifty s. as well so that has also led to the fact that there is not so much another so that's why the bond and other nations in this region are doing this inspection to make sure that they have the amount of catching on board that they are reporting. and i've. seen like you see a preschool fifteen the other. parts are left. to fend off. they don't get just. so much a fish from if it is the. end you might have.
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no choice but if you least like. five sharks on the whole trip in this war. have you reported this by catch. when i was. you know a good idea. oh ok marlo you know. my main goal will be about bycatch and i you know the illegal and regulated and under reported fishing that is happening in the west african region. because it is estimated that between eleven and twenty six million tonnes of fish is being called illegally so i'm point three million tons of fish are being discarded by catch annually it's just being killed without being targeted and.
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here you can see the net in the net you can see a lot of dead sharks because the problem with the shorts is since they're lifting a swim bladder when they lift the net over there before the net is on the day the sharks die because of lack of oxygen. because they do not have the sperm letter so if they don't move they will die i mean. last year when we were here in japan we also had several cases of whale shark getting caught in the net with a person or so on several occasions we had to cut up the neck to be able to save the little tribe and it releases from the entanglement in the nets and that it's
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also a beautiful feeling when you see the welfare of them in the way of the net. so far right to britain isn't just on the march it's taking violent my daughters actually i don't quite. you know you know i see these organizations which only usually split into which we form different names how do you view that.
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complex web of richer fascism. fundamentally the united states and russia are have been for decades to scorpions in a bottle each capable of drawing the other but all the at the price of being destroyed itself. said well these weapons will overcome u.s. missile defenses u.s. missile defenses were totally ineffective against russian forces already so they'll be more effective against russian forces. times about email but of the entire you might even want to get it. but then again. i don't and i mean by my money and i know god.
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intended to move to adapt to. those who just have images to say so if you want. maybe a little bit of a natural again i've got to get a live cd because the. patient is feeling hopeful when it comes to kids will you. allow to. about your sudden passing i've only just learnt you. area south and taken your last wrong turn. you're out caught up to us we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry suddenly i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each
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fret. but then my feeling started to change you talked about war like it was again still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our arcade and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this one differs his speech is now because there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. in the gutter shit to listen to this is. partly why.
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it is what it is is it. among. the week. for the poisoning of. twenty three british diplomats returning home. did not target the former spy calling it an act of terrorism against russian citizens. it's a small town in southern france. in a supermarket for people in the deadliest. volunteered to enter this siege. reveal the data of millions of users was mined from the social networking to be allegedly
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exploited in political campaigns in the program. the. protesters in force in response to the french president's proposed social and economic reforms and a nationwide strike which turned violent in the capital. the weekly review n r t international this sunday from moscow hello and welcome. our top story big diplomatic standoff between the u.k. and russia escalated this week where twenty three diplomats from each country returning home london made the first expulsions following the poisoning of former double agent surrogates cripple and his daughter in seoul spree southern england as
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the investigation continues you can fishel is have repeatedly said a russian link to the case was highly likely on thursday britain's prime. minister asked the e.u. to back about theory it was highly likely that russia was responsible this list for one thing that the current analysis is already very well grounded and nobody questions that everyone was also indicate didn't do willingness to do follow as far as russia is concerned. dr louche political landscape in europe towards russia and this is why it's not so easy to keep the. twenty eight inches group. together a russian officials have repeatedly dismissed moscow's involvement stating the see the poisoning as an act of terrorism russia has also expressed willingness to cooperate with british authorities but so far that spain little traction u.k.
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foreign minister bar is johnson has been among the most outspoken against russia even using nutty comparisons and he wasn't alone. because the roads lead to the. putins the white thirty six. ts i think the comparison with nine hundred thirty six is is right moscow considers this kind of statements made under the level of the foreign secretary in the wee unacceptable and totally irresponsible. the british government just free to make a decision about its budget situation in the world cup but nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated nazis and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany.
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did be goes beyond the common sense and we do not think british war which are around us including those of the arctic cold wars which share this opinion. the russian embassy in the u.k. also posted this photo following the comments by boris johnson in a controversial moment the english football team was ordered by the british authorities to give a nazi salute before a friendly match with germany in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight while athletes boycotted the tournaments. the rush of blame game has extended into areas once considered beyond political point scoring want to see a church more on an educational project that appears to reinforce the negative rhetoric that's being thrown up school what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. of the day is
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an online news service that is used by one in three u.k. schools teachers and librarians from subscribing schools use around schools and activities across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory and provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their horizons talks of putin on mission to poison west ouch and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler was this gus. to help students out topics like the ongoing five scandals where an investigation is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage to release monks and everything in case there is confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the words marks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective not the chalk and blitzkrieg are all
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through here a military tactic designed to crush the enemy with overwhelming force a short space of time coincidentally made famous by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to connect the dots brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well as plotting the downfall of western democracies are also laid out as food for thought you decide section let students consider the following questions is putin the most dangerous man in the world did the cold war ever end as well as what impression does putin go. about what russia is like the day helps students develop information literacy and critical thinking and prepares them for the challenges ahead in the ever changing world critical thinking is key the toxic put in class is dismissed and if you're going to party while that russian presidential spokesman dmitri peskov spoke exclusively to sophie shevardnadze about the script case.
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first we have to remember the starting point is the words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. the first blaming. came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident. and now we're see we see words of experts and experts of organization for four or four. p.c. w. . that say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks is it contradictory yes it is. to france now where four people were killed in the south of the country when
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a gunman hijacked a car and took hostages of a supermarket in a small town on friday the attacker pledged allegiance to islamic state before he was shot dead by security forces. in the movie i went shopping with my wife and sister in law after some time we had an explosion well several. i saw a man lying on the floor and another person who was very agitated with a handgun in one hand and a knife in the other and yelling allahu akbar. after that i took my wife and my sister in law and some customers nearby and were going to look for shelter i put
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them in a butcher's fridge closed from the inside. because it's peaceful here where you see the like any out there he was very kind very sociable adorable he overheard sweets to the children and he is a terrorist. a terrorist has been identified he was killed during his so an investigation will have to answer some important questions when and how was he radicalized and how and when did he procure the weapon. we have for several years paid with our blood to know the terrorist menace. just shocking for a village wasn't among those killed was a hero police officer who swap places with a female hostage he managed to leave a mobile phone on for the authorities to listen in when police heard gunshots they moved to neutralize the attacker lieutenant colonel r.
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nobel trim had been fighting for his life but passed away on saturday morning when over the past year alone there have been repeated terror attacks and thwarted attempts in front. in february twenty seventh in amman attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete while tucker was stopped at orly report one month after the police officer was shot dead in april elisei then in october two young women were starved to death at a real we're station in march say former british intelligence officer says the fact that the gunman were under surveillance exposes waterfield yours. is part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people who are carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high. rates who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence
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agencies but for some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough and being followed around. and they're allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these are pulling teeth it's hard to see what will france can do i mean they had a state of emergency declared after the massacre and attacks all the palaces still there in france they just change the name they change the terminology and yet those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i feel see how much more they can do. ok it's another story which made endless headlines over the week facebook is facing intense pressure for a failing to protect the data of its users after it was claimed the information was stolen neutralized for political gain the tech giants head admitted the data breach promising that the company will learn from its mistakes we need to make sure that there aren't any other cambridge analytical is out there right or folks who have
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been properly access to data you know we need to make sure that we don't make that mistake ever again the british data gathering firm called cambridge but mark zuckerberg mentions there was involved in donald trump's presidential. paine among others the company allegedly mined fifty million facebook profiles for its operations while its parent company was reportedly involved in psycho social studies for the u.k. defense ministry cambridge analytical is now under investigation on how suspended its chief executive. with a scandal has led to a box against the social network at facebook share price plunged to a four year low while mark zuckerberg zone wall it took a hit of a run ten billion dollars in just one week the company is now facing four lawsuits from a chair holders over the misuse of personal data and zuckerberg was also requested to testify before congress in washington or on twitter meanwhile the delete
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facebook has been trending with some high profile be pulled joining in we spoke to legal on media analyst lionel who's all of the belief that all online is mind the end tire point is being missed here it's not cambridge analytic is the fact that facebook is a tool a proxy a few well of that government it's a service june it it was conceived it through darpa through seed money this this fading that oh do you think they use the information against there are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information we have all this by the two global giants of the center of the data scandal having roots in america in the u.k. the story has not been tied to russian gas they have sought to untangle it for us.
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imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia is songe bots or hackers have cooked up the day came original that i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top adviser steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on but there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian meddling cambridge c.e.o.
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reached out to julian assange of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence ricky leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone great innings i actually communicated with this what how do you even make the connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation c n n's report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report at savage the d.n.c. oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the key words just fill
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this. he says with whatever he also directly message to russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytical had a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to a sound see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all you guys have lots of money you are susceptible to russian
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influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating keywords people keywords. the russians everyway. people across serbia have been gathering for nato rallies marking a significant date for the balkan country around five hundred demonstrators stood out in front of the serbian parliament in belgrade a gathering was dedicated to the memory of the one thousand nine hundred nine nato bombing campaign of the former yugoslavia which lasted over two goats were held in cities all across serbia while nato says' fewer than eight hundred people died serbian authorities put the total some three times not figure including eighty nine children. lucky or putin swept
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a victory in last sunday's russian presidential elections right after the break we break down the final results. kristen. practices are still surprising the recent deployed minutes of my. own friends and foes alike what impact on american politics. to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be close. to the right person this is what before. you get. interested.
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just approaching twenty minutes past sunday afternoon here in moscow very welcome back now the final results of the russian presidential election were announced on friday vladimir putin secured a fourth term in the kremlin with seventy six percent of the vote while turnout in last sunday's election was almost sixty eight percent and the news briefing the russian leader was asked whether he'd consider running for the top job again given the momentum of constitutional changes. do you think you will be in the
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presidential cedes until twenty thirty or course if you change the constitution because. i think what you're saying is. until i turn one hundred well this time around rather we're putting left all of his rivals far behind second place was taken by communist party candidates ridden. on a lighter note it wasn't only the candidates that made the election interesting on . cut. it out. of.
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the young and the let alone are having their say very well among one of the more offbeat time lights in the election was a come pain played in fact by communist party candidate pavel gruden and he pledged to shave off his mustache if he got less than fifteen percent of the vote well it's gone great didn't say is that he hasn't seen the self without it for thirty years doesn't look too bad either. nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers responded to social and economic reforms students and transport workers are concerned by president mccraw new proposal saying long term unemployment on low wages will become commonplace many
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schools shut for the day on our ports were also affected more than two hundred thousand people all across the country reportedly joined rallies with more demonstrations planned for april and may and parse the unrest escalated into clashes with police. i'm coming. through on the but i want to be violent we're here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by that kind of a coup that we disagree with the government we can't accept this reforms that's why we are always here with us because the most part of course the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. well during the rallies in paris
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protesters threw rocks at officers who responded with water cannon or to charlotte dubin ski was one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been marching in paris trying to make a voice discouraged to the government of president michel and saying they're unhappy with many of the ideas of his e ministration including that she wants a hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years if he's a president see there have been some violent confrontations during this day a strike in paris now where police clashed with the protest is some suggesting that the police had used extreme violence and some of the protesters had been injured from the civil savants to the railway start to students who are here to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over thirty seven days of strikes by the railways these strikes are going to take place
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over the next few months until the end of june the way we were just saying this is the only way that they can get a voice and they will speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to their line of work. not see paris you know let's just move from pars to here in the western french city of no that's where riot police used tear gas to break up a crowd demonstrators for back with smoke bombs from their lives. ok valleys high some of the week's big stories look do join me again for more in iran half an hour's time to stay with us for more great programs here starting right now . for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our
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coach. guys i know you on the list is a huge star among and the huge amount of pressure to come out you have to go meet the center of the beach with all we with you and we will show the great game. you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down there we left go. alone. and i'm really happy to join that for the two thousand and three in the world cup in russia meet the special one come on don't appreciate me to just say the review beyond the team's latest edition to make up a bigger need to look. make this manufacture consent to stick to the public well. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the financial merry go
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round lifts and be the one percent of. the time we can all middle of the room sick. to lose me. well. i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch pull the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the super manager billionaire owners and spending two hundred twenty million on one player. it's an experience like nothing else i want to get close i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game but great so one more chance for. the base this minute.
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um you just my dream. part. in getting me. to fit in no over the shock when i was free i was all so it's a long story of go shots for me the most difficult i'm in pursuit clothes when i do
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so my first bitch up for the post but ordered to only vote because i didn't see shot dead before so it was a photo album and so it was only about a month my motivation was just wander off to the because i knew that i wanted to be there i didn't and continue to go to the most of. our army career and just leave him there. to see. what i wanted to do with how do you know that you're helping the world be a bit better i would say that that would mean to me one of the things that has impressed me the most is how you get the editor from wherever you need to get it but. i once it's in the something for earth when i came onboard it was my first time at sea it was my first time in the galley as well so i had a lot of that. this is the seventh i think i just love it and i just love it i hate it that. i don't think i can say i love. it.
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i do. love stopped the whole thing and being at sea i feel more time. on a ship at sea than i do on live show. last year i spent forty five years in the navy i retired in summer two thousand and sixteen so one year ago announced that i left that missing going at sea but i didn't want to just go and see for fun because i do have a sailing boat but i needed a mission just. to see anything like this in my life to where you. indeed are completely and go away. oh. yeah.
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right just not. sleep. no even if. you keep trying to. get it now leave. the house.
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itself letting out a bully it's called. if they do you know it again and they are not normally the type. to platforms to float in the water of the n.d. if they need to trade something the water attracting. the is one of us a lot have a role in it so it's just rolling freely with just any kind of amenities are a way to settle the city or ships because now it's the top machine and of course it's rubbish at least that's the kind of leave it in the ocean was named shark party and i don't think that in tangled they had already thought of this old little boy and that they were. so. good to us that it goes for their own. what about getting one
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so scuba. if you. come to lotus here. i think these two are two different devices that these get smaller base for the local fisherman snipped because i've seen these before. in the coast of africa usually they would have a team that attached to that but now we are sitting miles away from the coast and the local whatever posted under the column this far so it's probably being torn out by a storm or strong queensferry that says. they stayed far out that is if
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a beast if you for a mere say and said that's. if you don't get stuck in that one propeller or any other why don't want something to shoot or it wasn't a shark or a go if you know a way of getting started a little bit unsure of. exactly. how . most of all the people i want to hear and. you'll see everybody. then they're good they can they think and they are you know where. on the floor of the. sharks the thinnest of fish you don't want them to be
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killed while you will be. here all of the whole fleet you know have ten ships to go all of them are big and and all so anything that goes into the water with our water has to be marines say so all this old shampoo with laundry detergent everything has been very wise for this so they are married say an old soul and not tested on animals. please please. you. believe. me i didn't want that.
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way to form vessels would trump the navy that on one face old. face old bob barker was going to try to i might be all that some of this stuff. right off when we done this one in five times. it's a trite stump real. thing from the border. visit to the top of some of. them but to find out about it. also meant was i know you want to let me. know.
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a lot of good stuff to come but to come up to well it would listen. to stuff like this also it was. such a bug in my view but books are part of the fun for this truth don't you guys really lol you. still. got to do to fix it just go away from the full truth from a. walk we're going to go with from you for i know you will run it doesn't run just run yeah. just you who's from. and just one point zero zero or knows he's a young to. remember the. insults
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in the past year. the mission permits. these waters but right now we aren't got any supporters and improvements for things like last year so they cannot even visioning link on the. last it is not the one. you need to follow. a little so. this is not. what i. call call or the law i don't want a job was what you call. want to know i. was.
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one of the shop. it was a mess here because i know not what you are. going to do them i want to know what you call. you know you are. you. with me even the smallest. and the longest it was. easy to be. easy because i mean. the.
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one who commits were you that you are. well on the. new island home. only i got. it. wrong on top. up. on. your own fellow i found. it so our next steps now is that we're going to bring you the officers over on the ships here for interrogation and then we're going to this fortune to work. for no more and that is. now the person she. remembered lori was leave the day.
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it's over a good story very good very good day. several targets across the border we didn't have a name for mission on what type of vessel it was before we a visual on them although their behavior on the radar you know very similar all to what we've seen in the past for told us when they'd be able to avoid sending the sub one tried to manage to run away because. we would both knew it was the two other both this year due to the missile of the first r us we are doing. about your sudden passing i phone we just learned you were a south and taken your last wrong turn. up to you as we all knew it would i
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tell you i'm sorry. so i write these last words in high. to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each breath. but then my feelings started to change you talked about war like it was again still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral in the same as one enters the mind it's consumed with death this one quite different to speak to now because there are no other takers. to blame that mainstream media has met its maker. time about email bed of the in charge of a medieval high def. but a lot of big. battle going to be about him in la come to me i know god don't go
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walking me to the beach. and in search of the many things to do a gap in a make believe disadvantaging to say so if you want. to get a little bit of a natural get of the way i've got to go to a large city because the. pages stated in a world scene in a country kid boys chase aloud. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way to
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good catching. it's only remnants of a much larger mission. i mean. we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes. reality rendering in our favor people uploading their minds to it and they're willing to trade their physical body in exchange for the promise of immortality because remember we've shifted from the physical to the spiritual i guess you could call it we've also lost all values associated with the physical plane they all
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respect for gravity dollars back for a plurality and now been reinterpreted in a gravitational list ethical list valueless back you moral turpitude which is now the new reality or heaven as some may call it. closer to a new venue don't seem. to be. what did equip it. to what can you not through only ten. minutes. left in the. said. claiming to know german did that. alex you speak french. you. see then send them all to new. them to.
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use it feel to be a share of the greatest job in the world it's as close to being a king as any job there is a good business model helps to run a prison now we just do or don't like nobody you know visitation and i don't know what comes even more we don't have to serve them anymore is. this what they want to do that knowing they don't give a damn if you do the chores or not. to put a mark in. the louisiana incarceration rate is twice as high as the u.s. senator. which what she could is behind such success.
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this is like my first one working with the government having the soldiers on board and all first time about so that's completely different usually we have no real. way of enforcing our authority you know we have authority from the united nations charter for nature that's about it. it's crazy look at any country in the world right on there none of them are going up they're all stable which is a few that are stable most of them are in decline the methods of fishing are so efficient now that there is no way that they can sustain to replenish. governments have to wake up countries have to wake up and that's happening especially in africa where we have now a multitude of nation just about willing to work because inviting us to tommy into
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their waters to protect them. when you feel in an unsustainable way you are taking more fish out of deals and that was very slim to reproduce if you are taking a young teacher who still haven't made babies do if they can hold school selfish. let's say they have allies in this together. and you will never catch only two on anything in the net but it's not to know they are simple just only back to see a lie when it happens very rarely. trust again they already believe being and they already did so that it's just very
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very hard for them to return to fish to see a lot already estimates are saying that by nineteen thousand and fifty. you have all of how much fish there is these be all to old or old threshold that the fish can not to be populated anymore the stocks can not raise to a level where there will be peace left for the future generations and already the levels the big told fish for change the shot that you know. all these big fish like some scientists hadn't gotten to know which is appropriate out there in the mini to rain on already ninety percent of the dart gun and it won't recover already made state of ninety percent of the sharks out of god. and can they race up to the levels where they used to be very very. much up to date.
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all the treasure of the year around them are on the verge of user peary really good see there are pretty theory we see in the front of the worst of. all our food. we're used to be. and now we have seen these fishermen. in their nets you can see very small new features that will never be already interests or the normal for sure that's what i do expect to see do is. the reason. to.
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believe it's not meant to be seen that they have. cannot meet my skin for human consumption so we were tossing back the species that they were definitely not yet so that jelly in the blood that. you saw this really big deal in the corners he started to move everybody was surprised in this moment because no one expected there was really like you want to say hey do you. have a chinese fisherman came and took seal it's a sword over both taken from the water source and because see that signal so why it just started to move again and he disappeared in the water these are the small stories that you might keep on trying try out i mean if that you wouldn't have
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moved and moved right and all the way through in front of your feet. will you will just be one another that fish on board so it was in the mind that you have to continue riding the. you. may think it is not just what the single ships are doing that is. it will make the difference even the one sure makes a difference because it's a message that we have to understand we could not still use true it would just. be with this. deal.
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there are people who view this as an adventure that's going to see it's not a normal thing on list your a working sailor. it can be the islam and you got adventure avoid off and saving the way the sand dollar things but for me it's not that or need something that i feel it's the only way of living on this planet doing something where i actually make the place better. i'm doing this because i want to the future world to future generations to have enjoyed the ocean we have in twenty years when you. when
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you're with your with your kid or your grandson and you see a whale you know jumping around in the coast going to see. i knew a guy. you know dropped everything and went and helped you know put a little grain of sand to help out. to i think the people can change the world as in general absolutely. it shows you. here go on to a ship on sea shepherd you don't have just one country you have numerous different countries coming together for one goal. to does james but i think we're all still all fighting for the same thing and you
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know fighting for the oceans and the life in the ocean so whether you do it romantically or efficiently is. semantics right.
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the far right than britain isn't just on the march it's taken violent muggers action i don't quite name it claiming that you know you know i see these organizations which are all usually split into which we for different names i'll give you that look. at. the complex web of richard bosher book. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last term. caught up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry suddenly i could so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each
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day. but then my feeling started to change you talked about more like it was a cave still some more fun to feel those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with the death of this one difference i speak to you now because there are no other takers. to blame that mainstream media has met its. make. the most expensive fish in the world each one selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way to good catching. it's only women and so for much larger mission was once there was
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much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophe. kristen charms hiring and firing practices are still surprising the recent appointments of my companion john bolton have left an impression on friends and foes alike watching the impact will they have on american politics. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and the huge amount of pressure to come out you have to communicate the
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center of the shuttle with you and you will solo a great great if you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get down the wing let's go. to a low. and i'm really happy to join the team for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet the special one come on top of. me to just take the reno p.r.t. team's latest edition to make up a bigger. book. time about e-mail bag of the in charge of a needle my dad. pedal going to be buying my mom come on here i know god.
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i'm willing to endure that giving him a disadvantage you can see so if you want. it nobody can actually get that he may as well see a good deal i'd say because the. case is a once in a couple k.w. changes allow for. such a culture should it only to the busy putting. such.
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is really one easy to cut. in the story of the week the diplomatic standoff over the poisoning of. his daughter escalates with twenty three british diplomats returning home. did not target the. terrorism against russian citizens. it's a small town in southern france where a gunman hijacked a hostage is in a supermarket four people died in the deadly attack including a police officer who volunteered to enter the scene. is engulfed in scandal as it's revealed the day of millions of users was mined from the social networking platform to be allegedly exploited in political campaigns
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also ahead. protesters in force in response to the french president's proposed social and economic reforms in a nationwide strike which turned violent in the capital. you're tuned in to the weekly review an r t international live from moscow this sunday march the twenty fifth hello and welcome i mean o'neill our top story a diplomatic standoff between the u.k. on russia escalated this week with twenty three diplomats from each country returning home london made the first expulsions following the poisoning of former double agent circus and his daughter in salzburg southern england as the investigation continues u.k. officials are repeatedly said
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a russian link to that case was highly likely on thursday britain's prime minister asked the e.u. to back the theory it was time. likely that russia was responsible for this first flight with think that the current analysis is already very well grounded and nobody questions that everyone was also indicate didn't do willingness to give as far as russia's concerned. relations political landscape in europe to us russia and this is why it's not so easy to keep the. twenty eight. group. together a russian officials have repeatedly dismissed moscow's involvement stating that they see the poisoning as an act of terrorism russia has also expressed willingness to cooperate with british authorities but so far about skein little traction u.k. foreign minister bars johnson has been among the most i'd spoken against russia
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even using nothe sea comparisons and he wasn't alone because the roads lead to the . white mountain thirty six. years i think the comparison with martin thirty six is is certainly right moscow considers this kind of statements made under the level of the foreign secretary in you we unacceptable and totally irresponsible. the british government discreet to make a decision about its budget situation in the world cup but nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated naziism and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany. did he goes beyond the common sense and we do not think the british war
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veterans including those of the arctic cornwallis would share this opinion. the russian embassy in the u.k. also posted this photo following the comments by boris johnson said about the olympics in one hundred thirty six but in a controversial moment the english football team was ordered by the british authorities to give a nazi salute before a friendly match with germany in one thousand thirty eight while solving it operates boycotted dr newman. on the russia blame game has extended into areas once considered beyond a political point scoring. has more now on an educational project that appears to reinforce the negative rhetoric that's being thrown at moscow what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. the day is an online news service that is used by one in three schools teachers and librarians from subscribing schools use around schools and
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activities across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory on provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their horizons talk sick putin on mission to poison west ouch and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler was this guy. to help students out topics like the ongoing fight scandals where an investigation is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage to release monks and everything in case there is confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the words marks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective. not the chalk and blitzkrieg are all through here a military tactic designed to crush the enemy with overwhelming force
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a short space of time coincidentally made famous by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to convey. the dog's brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well as plotting the downfall of western democracy are also laid out as food for thought you decide section let students consider the following questions is putin the most dangerous man in the world did the cold war ever end as well as what impression does putin give about what russia is like the day helps students develop information literacy and critical thinking prepares them for the challenges ahead of the changing world critical thinking is key the toxic putin class is dismissed and if they see it you're going to party wanted meanwhile russian presidential spokesman during three past golf spoke exclusively to sophie shevardnadze about this script case.
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first we have to remember the starting point is the words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. the first blaming. came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident. and now we're see we see words of experts and experts of organization for four or four. p.c. w. . that say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks is it contradictory yes it is. four people were killed in southern france when a gunman hijacked a car and took hostages of a supermarket in a small town on friday the attacker pledged allegiance to islamic state before he
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was shot dead by special forces. in the movie i went shopping with my wife and sister in law after some time we had an explosion well several. i saw a man lying on the floor and another person who was very agitated with a handgun in one hand and a knife in the other and yelling allahu akbar. after that i took my wife and my sister in law and some customers nearby and were going to look for shelter i put them in the butcher's fridge closed from the inside.
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because it's peaceful here where you see the like any out there he was very kind very sociable adorable he over three weeks to the children and he is a terrorist. a terrorist has been identified he was killed during his so an investigation will have to answer some important questions when and how was he radicalized and how and when did he procure the weapon. we have for several years paid with our blood to know the terrorist menace. just haro him for that village well among those killed was a hero police officer who swap places with a female hostage he managed to leave a mobile phone on for the authorities to listen in when police heard gunshots they moved to neutralize the attacker the tenon colonel arnold beltran been fighting for his life but passed away on saturday morning where over the past year alone there
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have been repeated terror attacks on thwarted attempts. in france in february twenty seventh teen mom attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete while an attacker was stopped orly poured one month after that a police officer was shot dead in april in the seans elisei and in october two young women were stabbed to death at a real way in march say former british intelligence officer sean saves the fucked up the gunman was under police surveillance exposes wider feel yours is part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high. rates who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence agencies but for some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough they were being followed around. and they're
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allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these are pulling teeth it's hard to see what more fronts can do i mean they had a state of emergency declared after the massacre and attacks all the palaces still there in france they've just changed the name they've changed the terminology and yet all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i feel see how much more they can do. to another of the week's top stories facebook is facing intense pressure for feeling to protect the data of its users after it was claimed the information was stolen and utilized for really political gain the tech giant's head admitted that data breach of promise that the company will learn from its mistakes we need to make sure that there aren't any other cambridge analytical is out there right or folks who have been properly access to data you know we need to make sure that we don't make that mistake ever again will the british data gathering firm called
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cambridge and. mark zuckerberg mentions there was involved in donald trump's presidential campaign i'm. the company allegedly mined fifty million facebook profiles for its operations but its parent company was reportedly involved in psycho social studies for the u.k. defense ministry cambridge analytics is now under investigation suspended its chief executive well the scandal has led to a box against the social network facebook sure price plunged to a four year low mark zuckerberg own wallets took a hit of around ten billion dollars in a week as well the company is now facing four lawsuits from its shareholders over the misuse of personal data as was also requested to testify before congress in washington over on twitter meanwhile the hushed i believe facebook has been trending with some high profile people joining in we spoke to legal on media analyst lionel who is of the belief that all data online is harvested the end tire
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point is being missed here it's not cambridge analytic is the fact that facebook is a tool a proxy if you well of that government it's a service june it it was conceived it through darpa through seed money did this this phasing that oh do you think they use the information against there are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information that we have well despite the two global giants at the center of the data scandal having roots in america in the u.k. the story has not been tied to russia. as they have sought to untangle it for us. imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for
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a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia is songe bots or hackers have cooked up today cambridge analytic i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top adviser steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian meddling cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian a songs of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence ricky leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which
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authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone great innings i actually communicated with this is what how do you even make the connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe there are russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation c.n.n. report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report asaad just the dia and see oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the key words just fill this. basis with whatever he also directly message to russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite
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another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytical had a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to a sound see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all you guys have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating keywords
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people keywords. the russians everywhere. voices of people across serbia have been gathering for ante natal rallies marking a significant date for the balkan country around five hundred demonstrators stood out in front of the serbian parliament in belgrade the gathering was dedicated to the memory of those who died in one thousand nine hundred ninety two a bombing campaign of the former yugoslavia which lasted over two months events were held in cities all across the area while nato says fewer than eight hundred people died serbian authorities put the total at some three times that figure including eighty nine children. love him or putin swept to victory in last sunday's russian presidential elections after the break we have a look at the final tally. fundamentally
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the united states and russia are have been for decades two scorpions in a bottle each capable of destroying the other but only at the price of being destroyed itself. putin said well these weapons will overcome u.s. missile defenses u.s. missile defenses were totally ineffective against russian forces already so they'll be more effective against russian forces.
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nineteen minutes into the program welcome back the final results of the russian presidential election were announced on friday a lot of near putin security fourth term in the kremlin with seventy six percent of the vote while turnout in last sunday's election at almost sixty eight percent will significantly higher than last time might in twenty twelve and despite having just one of a news briefing the russian leader was asked whether he'd consider running again for the top job. because the moment i'm not planning any constitutional changes. do you think you will be in the presidential seat until twenty thirty or course if you change the constitution if that's. what you're saying is. a hundred well this time around vladimir putin left all of his rivals far behind
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second place was taken by communist party. then and on a lighter note it wasn't only the candidates that made the election interesting. i. cut. the not so young having their say will indeed among one of the more offbeat
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highlights in the election take a look at this was a campaign pledge by communist party candidate pavel rudin and he pledged to shave off his missed stash if he got less than fifteen percent of the vote while it is going to have to get the razor right group didn't say is that he hasn't seen themself without it for thirty years doesn't look too bad at all either. france saw nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers responded to social and economic reforms students' transport workers are concerned they say by president mccollum's new proposals saying that long term unemployment low wages will become commonplace when many schools shut for the day airports were also affected more than two hundred thousand people in all from across the country reportedly join rallies with more demonstrations planned for april may and paris the unrest escalated though into clashes with police.
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they brought up one of you know we are not here to be violent we are here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by the kind of a coup that we disagree with the government we can accept this reforms that's why we are always here with us this is the most like of course the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. well touring the rallies in paris protesters threw rocks at officers who responded with water cannon dubin ski was on one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been marching in paris trying to make their voices clear to the government of president michel and saying they're
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unhappy with many of the ideas of his e ministration including the. one hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years if he's the presidency there have been some violent confrontations during these days strike in direst now where police clashed with the protest is some suggesting that the police had used to extreme. eyelets and some of the protesters had been injured from the civil servants to the right way still offer to students here to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over seven days of strikes by the railways these strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june the way we were just saying this is the only way that they can get a voice and they won't speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to that line if we're. not see paris so that's what the
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french company will look like this is the western french city of known to arrive police used tear gas to break up a croyde demonstrators for park with smoke bombs and murders. ok more of the week's top stories with nicky are in in just over half an hour's time but the revolving door at the white house sprung into action once again go on worlds apart the changes. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all time but there was one more question by the way was going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and the huge amount of pressure you have to the center of the pole with you and do
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clone of welcome to all the vice president trumps hiring and firing practices have long stopped to surprise but their recent designations first of my compare as the secretary of state and down of john bolton as the national security adviser did leave an impression on friends and foes alike what can we expect from old the president's men well to discuss that i'm now joined by michael o'hanlon senior fellow at the brookings institution mr howland it's good to talk to you thank you very much for being here my pleasure thanks for having me now the trumpet ministrations h.r. policies have been unconventional from the very start but it says that now is a high time for letting people go and bringing new people on board do you see that as a random coincidence or is there a reason. strategy to all of these appointments happening right now well as you know there was a lot of turnover last year throughout much of the white house staff in particular but i do think that there is
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a purpose to changing both the secretary of state and the national security adviser in the same month i don't think that could be a coincidence and i think part of what's happening is that president trump has decided that he knows what kind of personalities he likes to work with he senses that he had ok relationship with general mcmaster but it wasn't all that close and there may be people that he would feel closer to politically in terms of partisan politics in terms of world view and of course secretary of state tellers and was a little bit of an enigma he seemed to be very reasonable and moderate and thoughtful in some ways but he didn't really click with the president and he didn't really click with his own state department and so i think president trump took all this in stride took all this together talked to his chief of staff john kelly and they decided to make some national security changes essentially all together to try
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to create the feel of a new team preparing for a big new season if you will where we have huge decisions coming up on everything from the joint comprehensive plan of action with iran to the upcoming summit with kim jong un in north korea to the possibility of a summit between president putin and president trump to many other things that are on the horizon now donald trump is probably be miles davis if figure in the washington these days but coming in second is john bolton home he just appointed as his national security adviser and one john bolton was working as the american ambassador to the united nations and he didn't make many friends not only because of he's very hawkish views but also because of his personality i think it's safe to say that he's not. very amicable character and neither is chump do you think they will make a good fit together you know it's a very interesting question and i think there's actually a lot of truth in the way you put the question to me they are both you know
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different kind of people and neither one is widely popular with those they interact with the only one of those two that i know personally is john bolton i know i'm reasonably well he's a polite man we've always had nice conversations he tends to be somewhat reserved and withdrawn i'm a democrat but i'm sort of a conservative or hawkish democrat most democrats don't tend to like him so well a lot of republicans think he his views are quite extreme and don't like him so well either i think it's not so much about his personality although that's part of it but i think it's more about his view of the world as you know donald trump has said some things as candidate as president that are a bit disruptive he's a bit of a maverick on issues like foreign trade military alliances how to deal with president putin and russia on some of these issues john bolton is much more of a classic old fashioned hard line conservative so in that sense their world views
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are not necessarily aligned on all the big questions they're they're fairly aligned on iran maybe on north korea i'm not so sure they're aligned on most issues now since you know i'm best both and so well. let me ask you a question that may not seem very polite but nonetheless one of the descriptions of him that stuck with me over the years is somebody characterizing him as a key stop kickdown kind of guy do you think that's a fair assessment you know i never worked in a government position with embassador bolton so i've only spoken to him as sort of a colleague on the outside and i'm not going to criticize and therefore because he's never been disrespectful or impolite to me buddy you know hasn't been treating me as a government colleague or. i've all either and so i really can't confirm or deny that theory i do think that he's a bit withdrawn because i do think that he's been suspicious of a lot of the intellectuals that he's been around in his life because his views his
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views are a bit on the outside of the mainstream he's not always been well received therefore he's not always been popular and therefore sometimes he's felt a little bit outside of a group and that i think has tended to make him a bit withdrawn not it not in a mean way i've never seen meanness but i have seen quite a bit of reserve now mr bolton likes to talk a lot about empirical reality and how it often contradicts beautiful aspirations and i think the imperial reality in the world and in the united states has changed quite dramatically since he was last in in the government do you think he's going to be just as hawkish as many people fear him to be as you know the national security adviser is an advisor he has no independent power separate from that of the president and his first job really is to help coordinate the views of the government or at least to try to bring different views to the president's attention
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in a way they can be discussed and aired out and then to ensure that whatever president trump decides is implemented so he is not an independent voice per se now historically national security advisers have sometimes become very close and very close confidence and advisors to the presidents they served henry kissinger with richard nixon or brant scowcroft with the first president bush but other times they really have a role more like staff where they are you know in charge of setting up running meetings ensuring coordination on execution and implementation of policy so i don't really know how important john bolton's views are going to be to the decision making of president trump i do think that he is very hardline on issues like iran and north korea in both. he says he's written or talked about using military force about re-imposing even tougher sanctions about tearing up existing deals or you know nuclear rangelands of one kind or another he seems like he wants to be
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a bit of a revolutionary especially on those two countries perhaps also in regard to russia although i'm less clear on that and the question is will president trump want that advice or will he ultimately decide that bolton you know is a little too extreme and he's glad that he heard that opinion but he alternately will not choose it now mr bolton used to be a very very harsh critic of russia but i think that the kind of rhetoric that he used to practice a couple of years ago has now become so mainstream that honestly even to a russian ear he does not. sound too extreme and. you seem to be a bit ambivalent there on the log he's going to contribute to making the u.s. russian relationship more toxic than it already is but i wonder what is your best guess on that yeah i don't know you know right now what's happening in the united
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states as you're aware is that we have a number of concerns in regard to russia and we're addressing some of the more thoughtfully and more aggressively than others so for example we're worried about russia's potential threats to the baltic states and therefore we have operation atlantic resolve the so-called european deterrence initiative we've got nato forces rotating through poland and the baltics and i think that will continue and that's probably enough to reinforce in your putin's mind the idea that we are committed to the security of all of our nato allies i don't think john bolton needs to add anything there necessarily or even if he adds something maybe it's a few hundred more u.s. troops it probably doesn't need to be a big deal on the other hand in dealing with the election security problem that we had in two thousand and sixteen concern. it's about russian manipulation of voter rolls or of you know e-mail releases from the democratic national committee or setting up trolls and adding fake news into our social media accounts i don't think
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we've done very well at protecting ourselves from future threats regardless of whether they're from russia or some other place these are new threats in the world of the internet and social media and we need to toughen our electoral system so that we're less vulnerable president trump doesn't like this conversation because he sees it as an attack on the legitimacy of his election victory in two thousand and sixteen but i think john bolton will try to persuade president that in fact this is a threat to our country more generally and we have to address it regardless of whether we think it came from russia or somewhere else in the where it would come in the future and at whose expense it might occur in the future so on that issue bolton probably will want us to be stronger and tougher i could go on but you see what i'm driving at on some issues bolton just has to sustain current policy and others he may push for some new ideas now. you're being very diplomatic in this conversation but you yourself wrote the other day in one of your articles that
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putin behaves like a thug at home and this is i think very similar to the language that ambassador bolton would be used with russia or its leader and i can tell you for sure that if president trump decides to quote from your articles in his conversation about vladimir putin and that conversation would not last very long i wonder how do you think the american president should navigate this very complex challenge of negotiating in good faith with russia beach presupposes a certain degree of politeness and having to please russia critics or russia haters both at home and a bit in his own administration right well let me say two things first to clarify why i use that language because i saw a number of things happen that i think the kremlin had a hand in everything. saying from the attempted assassination of the double agent in britain to some of the support for the assad regime and its barrel bombing and artillery attacks on its own populations in syria and perhaps even issues like the
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now i'm soft killing in russia and the evidence that i've seen suggests complicity at the highest levels of the russian government in some of these tragedies which had a very human cost now i could be wrong but that's my working understanding and that's why i use strong words at the expense of the russian president however i also have written about how i think that lattimer putin is genuinely respected among russians because he did help stabilize the country after the yeltsin years he tried to restore a sense of stability growing prosperity international prestige and in my writings i've tried to argue that we need to understand the basis for president putin's popularity even if we ourselves don't like him and that's the way i try to combat this now in diplomacy you're right you know what i've written on these pieces of paper as a scholar is one thing if i were somehow meeting with president putin which i don't expect to do but if if i were somehow asked to do that that i would try to be
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polite but i also want to raise human rights issues because that is fundamentally one of the divisive issues right now separating the united states from russia and by the way one last point i know that if lattimer putin were in this conversation he would point out that we americans sometimes feel a little bit holier than thou that we sometimes feel like we're the only country that's trying to be moral but we also we also make a lot of mistakes and some of them are from negligence or incompetence for example the poor way in which we prepared to stabilize iraq after the invasion of two thousand and three the poor way in which we prepared to stabilize libya after the overthrow of cut off the in two thousand and eleven the way in which we encouraged the syrian opposition to rise up against assad in two thousand and eleven but then didn't give them enough help so we just. centrally condemn the country to a civil war and i would personally acknowledge that if president putin said these things to me or to us that he would have a certain amount of validity in those arguments so you know the criticisms can go
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in both directions certainly criticism could go in both directions but i think the extent of damage i simply don't understand how americans can even compare that because if you take the you do war in the raggedy war in libya the war in syria the casualty is a measure of the hundreds of thousands whatever you don't like about russia's action in in its neighborhood or even in the middle east it never comes to. same point and yet the. political culture of it is very common to even deny russia's moral equivalence but the united states despite the fact that democrats i'm sorry for being blunt killed far far more people around the world than russians have ever done don't you find this. rather contradictory and well you know i recognize the need for this debate because i hear what you're saying and some of it i agree with and all of it needs to be discussed now in
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syria from an american a standard american point of view which is not necessarily mine but a standard american point of view is that we rose up or we encouraged on protests protests or speech infiltrators from iraq reach killed a lot of people beheaded a lot of people suppressed rights people's rights to much larger extent that they local government you know come back to iraq but on syria the american interpretation is that we supported demonstrators and then they were mowed down by assad and then russia came in to help assad who already had a lot of blood on his hands the russian view is that americans were naive because by supporting the demonstrators they failed to foresee the most result likely. ult and so even if the americans were not morally directly guilty of murder they wound up encouraging a process which had foreseeable consequences that were very bad now my view i'm not really here to debate you because what i've tried to do is to acknowledge that
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there are these two different narratives and they're both partially correct and i think we do need to revisit u.s. russia relations by listening to each other's narratives i'm critical of president putin yes but i also have said that we need to rethink the way in which nato has expanded into eastern europe and we need to try to negotiate a new security architecture with lattimer putin that would anticipate an end to nato expansion provided that putin would help resolve the ukraine and georgia crises and agree that all these countries can join the european union someday if they wish and if they're invited and if we can do that deal then we can sort of restart u.s. russia relations eliminate the sanctions and go to a more stable period in our history that's the kind of dialogue that i want to have well mr hamlyn we have to take a short break but we will be back in just a few moments states in.
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join me every day. pics. i'm sure. i'll see you then. welcome back to worlds apart with michael o'hanlon senior fellow at the brookings institution mr howland just before the break we were talking about the perceptions of the war in iraq and there is an opinion that the appointment of john bolton is a direct consequence of the united states failing to reckon with their legacy of the bush years treating dot's war as a blunder as a mistake rather than
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a crime that it was and we all know the john bolton that the time was one of the loudest advocates of the more he's still pushing. for preemptive strikes against both iran and north korea how high is the danger in your view of history repeating itself in this administration well that is a question that a lot of us are asking in washington right now as well because like i've said before in this conversation i don't think that president trump will automatically do what john bolton tells him to do and i think secretary of defense jim mattis will have a lot of influence still i hope that secretary of state incoming peo will be very thoughtful on some of these issues although as you know he's also very hardline especially on the iran question so i don't really know what president trump is going to decide but i agree with the way you put the question that a lot of us now have this concern because we have taken away one relatively more
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moderate voice that's you know a charming master who has lived through a lot of war who has fought a lot who knows the consequences of war who understands the limited options that we sometimes have before us and we're replacing h.r. mcmaster with someone who's much more hardline and more ideological and in my opinion somewhat less experienced. in the most important ways they can prepare somebody for this job so i'm a little bit more nervous myself but i'm not going to predict what president trump's decisions will be because again historically there are times where the national security advisor has not been the most influential or even one of the most influential advisers to a president or sometimes that person's role has been more about implementation and management and we'll have to see how this works out with john bolton now mr headland you've written a lot about the tensions between russia and the to the tensions that have lot of moscow too in the past have only been in
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a new generation of weapons which at least according to the kremlin run the u.s. missile defense system in europe obsolete do you believe that to be the case and if so do you think russia is now in the position of negotiating peace through strength as ronald reagan these to put it first of all i think the united states and russia both need to find ways to stop wasting money on nuclear arms because we are so much above everyone else and also we have so much power against the other one neither side could ever disarm the other with a preemptive strike and the other side could use a missile defense system to prevent a retaliation by the other side so we have more than we need and i regret that we're both wasting more money on these systems than we need to in the united states we anticipate spending something like one point three trillion dollars on our nuclear modernization agenda over the next twenty to twenty five years i think that's more than we should be spending and part of the reason is we're returning to a little bit of an arms race dynamic with russia however on your broader point
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about peace through strength. i actually do share some of that hopeful vision and i'm glad to see russia in some ways be stronger under vladimir putin have more self-confidence rebuild some elements of its military strength it causes me anxiety in certain actions that russia's carried out but i think a strong russia is good for the world it's good for the stability of eurasia to the extent that russia feels good about its own territorial coherence and protection that makes russia more confident actor and a more secure actor and so i'm in favor of that a couple of years ago a colleague of mine named cliff gatti he and i wrote an article in which we suggested that a future russia that the united states should aspire to would be something that we would call a reagan off russia so we took the were ronald reagan and added the russians suffix o. v. to imply that a peace through strength attitude on the part of russia where the army is is well
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treated and strengthened where the patriotism of the country is reinforced where the country feels that it's on its feet stable secure and prosperous this actually is the kind of russia the united states should want and it's a more realistic aspiration than believing that russia is going to want to join the european union or you know become the new other loans or sweden i think russia is very different than a lot of european countries in its political outlook and its history but we can i think benefit from a strong russia that self-confident and at peace with its neighbors i'm not sure i agree with you about russia joining with europe i mean certainly russia is not going to be part of the european union but i think russia definitely sees itself as part of the european civilization with everything that in it entails including human rights they respect for their rule of floor debate pratik institutions free and fair elections etc but coming back to that point of reagan of russia because i
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truly think that putin. may read a lot of. reagan thinking because he talks about that in his own way but he centrally his main point is that russia will only be respected when when it's strong it is only the strong russia that the west and the united states in particular could take seriously but the. letter question i'm not quite sure you said that this is the kind of pressure that the west should one but do you think this is the kind of pressure that the west can take yes i think it's our i think right now we're not there i mean right now i see a russia that's still struggling to figure out its role in the world and i think some of what vladimir putin has done is regrettable it's understandable but it's also regrettable and you know you have good criticisms of american foreign policy mistakes and i think a lot of your criticisms are important ones for us to hear and reflect on i also have criticisms of russian foreign policy i think russia's been too aggressive
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towards ukraine and syria for example and i'd like to see russia more confident to the point where that kind of issue is no longer as likely to occur that's part of why i believe this new security architecture where russia doesn't feel like nato is continually moving east and yet at the same time russia acknowledges the rights of countries like ukraine enjoy georgia to join the european union some day i think that's the right sort of compromise that's the right vision for this zone of neutral countries in central and eastern europe and i think you know you mention the yes russia is a european country what i was trying to say before yes russia's european but it's also different it's distinct you can tell me if i'm wrong but i don't think that most russians and vision the european project the same way that some western europeans do where the nation state becomes weaker and less important over time especially five ten years ago a lot of west europeans thought the european union would ultimately become more important than the countries they lived in and there's been some pushback against
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that of course in britain and else. where but that's still part of the european project in the minds of some west europeans i don't know too many russians who think that way i believe russians want to be part of europe but also want to be their own entity the great power of you know eurasia and that the nation state is very important in the russian political consciousness and it's not getting weaker as history moves forward that's what i meant to say the russian i think is different from some parts of western europe even though it is also part of europe as you correctly point out i generally agree with you mr han let me try to squeeze into one more question about another reason appointing mr prepare we have spoken a lot about mr bolton but didn't have that much time to discuss human particularly he's currently be had of the cia and it's been reported in the russian media the cia and russia's f.s.b. the federal security service the successor of the k.g.b. montane quote unquote an active dialogue and an indirect proof of that would be
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everything meeting between russia's security and intelligence chiefs with their american counterparts in in washington it looks like compare has already been acting in this squad a diplomatic capacity even. as they have of the cia yeah you might be right about that i mean we've heard some of those discussions and some of those rumors and learned about some of those meetings to course i don't know the substance of the conversations but i think they may provide an entree into a broader conversation i believe the united states and russia are still going to have a lot of problems in our relationship for a while but we need to start having a broader dialogue about how we see our common future especially in regard to central and eastern europe and that has to be handled with a certain amount of separate you know conversation from the immediate policy agenda on syria ukraine election meddling human rights all the issues where we're still
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having a lot of disagreements and we will continue probably. tinubu i have disagreements but we've also got to look to have some kind of a broader historical understanding of how our countries are going to get along with each other long term and so if pompei is the guy who can do that but i think it probably makes sense that he's going to be secretary of state that should allow him a more natural position from which to continue those conversations with russia well mr howland we have to leave it there but i really appreciate your being on the show today and to our viewers please keep the conversation going in our social media pages that's for me hope to see you again same place same time here on the world's apart.
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the far right. isn't just on the march it's taking violent. action i don't like it that. i see those i'm isolations which i'll usually split into which we feel different names how do you view that. complex web of. little. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a ton of fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only
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a much larger mission. we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes. judging by the mailbag of these charges by the media my dad. let me get out of the . pedal going to be my mom come on here i know god. will walk through me to the.
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inside of the ledge and you adapt him you may believe you just have the energy to see sir if you want. to be a little bit of a natural again i don't see a good deal i could see because the. cage is in a world singing and i think kid for you to change is allowed to. cut a cut or should it only to you believe the surface you cut. cut. cut.
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it was easy to cut. the stories the shapes the weak the diplomatic standoff over the poisoning of stargate script powell and his daughter escalates with twenty three russian and british diplomats returning home pasco insists it did not target the formis by calling it an act of terrorism against russian fits of. terror hits a small town in southern france where a gunman find oxycontin. hostages in a supermarket four people died in the deadly attack including a police officer to her if you volunteer to enter the soup kitchen. facebook is engulfed in standalone as it's revealed the data of millions of users was mined from the social networking platform to be allegedly exploited in political terms but also ahead.
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most is out in force in response to the french president's proposed social and economic reform a nationwide strike which in turn violent and the council. grew . a warm welcome you're watching the weekly here on r.t. international with me in a key erin we start this hour with breaking news a sakte council on president carter's push to monitor has been detained by german police he had just crossed the danish german border his lawyer says that persia monti is waiting for the appropriate checks to be made in relation to an e.u. arrest warrant asked for by spain he's been based in belgium since being ousted but this week he'll also travel to finland here's a recap of events in catalonia last year. if
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much believe thank you so i'm fine thank you know obama's help you need thanks. we decided to suck the president vice president and all the high ranking officials in the council on government. live. this morning despite those sins that had been searched by the spanish authorities present themselves at this figure out for the sake of breast feeding live.
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rate of ballot boxes will come together with determination because we know that december the twenty first is the second top of the fence and therefore what is at stake is enormous effect what is at stake is everything this is why aren't we all but. a diplomatic standoff between the u.k. and russia escalated this week with twenty three diplomats from each country were turning home london made the first explosions following the poisoning of former double agent sergei script pal and his daughter insults were in southern england as the investigation continues u.k. officials have repeatedly said that
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a russian link to the case was highly likely on thursday britain's prime minister asked the e.u. to back that theory. it was highly likely that russia was responsible for with things that the current analysis is already very well grounded and nobody questions that everyone was also indicate didn't do willingness to. structure russia's concerns. political landscape in europe towards russia and this is why it's not so easy to keep the. twenty eight. group. together russian officials have repeatedly dismissed moscow's involvement stating they see the poisoning as an act of terrorism russia has also expressed a willingness to cooperate with british authorities but so far that's gained little traction u.k. foreign minister boris johnson has been among the most outspoken against russia
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even using nazi comparisons and he wasn't alone. because the roads lead to the. way. these things. here so i think the comparison with the idea of these exist is right moscow considers this kind of statements made under the level of the foreign secretary in any way unacceptable and totally irresponsible. the british government this free to make a decision about its participation in the world cup but nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated naziism and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany. did he goes beyond the common sense and we do not think british war
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veterans including those of the arctic cornwallis would share this opinion the russian embassy in the u.k. also posted this photo following the comments made by john paris johnson and a controversial moment the english football team was ordered by the british authorities to give a nazis the news before frankly much with germany in nineteen thousand eight while soviet athletes boycotted the tournament. and the rush of blame game has extended into areas once considered beyond political point scoring and to say a church has more on an educational project that appears to reinforce the negative rhetoric is being thrown at moscow what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. of the day is an online news service that is used by one in three u.k. schools teachers my bearings from subscribing schools user articles and activities
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across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory and provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their horizons talks of putin on mission to poison west ouch and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler was this gus. to help students out topics like the ongoing spy scandal where an investigation is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage milly smokes and everything in case there is confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the word smirks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective not the chalk and blitzkrieg are also if you're a military tactic designed to crush the enemy with overwhelming force
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a short space of time coincidentally made famous by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to connect the dots brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well of plotting the downfall of western democracy are also laid out as food for thought you decide section let students consider the following questions is putin the most dangerous man in the world did the cold war ever end as well as what impression does. putin give about what russia is like the day helps students develop information literacy in critical thinking and prepares them for the challenges ahead in the ever changing world critical thinking is key the toxic putin class is dismissed and associates are going to party while to come in spokes person dmitri peskov talked exclusively to safely shevardnadze about the square power case.
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first we have to remember the starting point is the words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. the first blaming. came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident. and now what we see with the words of experts and experts of organization for four or four. p.c. w. . they say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks is it contradictory yes it is. a. four people were killed in southern france when i gunmen hijacked a car and took hostages at a supermarket in
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a small town on friday the attacker pledged allegiance to islamic state before he was shot dead by special forces. in the movie i went shopping with my wife and sister in law after some time we had an explosion well several. i saw a man lying on the floor and another person who was very agitated with a handgun in one hand and a knife in the other yelling allahu akbar. after that i took my wife and my sister in law and some customers nearby and we went to look for shelter i put them in a butcher's fridge closed from the inside.
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because it's peaceful here where you see the like any out there he was very kind very sociable adorable he overheard sweets to the children and he is a terrorist. the terrorist has been identified he was killed during his so an investigation will have to answer some important questions when and how was he radicalized and how and when did he procure the weapon. we have for several years paid with our blood to know the terrorist menace. well among those killed was a hero police officer who swapped places with a female hostage he managed to leave a mobile phone on for the authorities to listen in and police heard gunshots they moved to neutralize the attacker lieutenant colonel are no one had been fighting for his life but passed away on saturday morning well over the past year alone
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there have been repeated terror attacks and water temps in france in february two thousand and seventeen a man attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete or an attacker was stopped at all the airport just one month later a police officer was shot dead in april on the shans allee's a and in october two young women were stabbed to death at a railway station in march say former british intelligence officer animus sean says the finds that the gunman was under police surveillance exposes wider failures. it's part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high victim rates who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence agencies but for some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough they're being followed around.
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and they're allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these are appalling deeds it's hard to see what more fronts can do but i mean they had a state of emergency declared after better plan attacks all the powers are still there in france they've just changed the name they've changed the terminology and yet all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i feel see how much more they can do. facebook is facing intense pressure for failing to protect the data of its use this after it was claimed the information was stolen and utilized for political gain the tech giant's head admitted the data breach and promise that the company will learn from its mistakes. we need to make sure that there aren't any other cambridge general because out there right or folks who have improperly access data you know we need to make sure we don't make that mistake ever again the british data gathering firm called cambridge analysts that mark zuckerberg mentions that was
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involved in donald trump's presidential campaign among others the company allegedly mined fifty million facebook profiles for its operations on its parent company was reportedly involved in psycho social studies for the u.k. defense ministry cambridge analytical is now under investigation and has suspended its chief executive. the scandal led to a backlash against the social network facebook share price plunged to a four year low while mark zuckerberg zone wall it took a hit of around ten billion dollars in just a week the companies are facing four lawsuits from a shareholders over the misuse of personal data. was also requested to testify before congress in washington over on twitter meanwhile the hash tag delete facebook has been trending with some high profile people joining in we spoke to legal and media analyst lionel who's of the belief that all data online is a harvested the tire point is being missed here it's not cambridge
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analytic it's the fact that facebook is a all a proxy if you will of the government it's a service. it was conceived it sudar birth to see money this this fame and oh do think they use the information against their are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information we have. despite the two global giants at the center of the data scandal having roots in america and the u.k. the story has now been tied to russia. have sought to untangle it for us. imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia
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has songe bought so is have cooked up today cambridge analytic i had powerful connections to candidate trump including one time top advisor steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian metal cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian a songs of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence ricky leaks had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which
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authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone great innings i actually communicated with this what how do you even make the connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation c.n.n. report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report at savage the d.n.c. oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the key words just fill this. basis with whatever he also directly message the russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to
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a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytical had a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to. see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the keywords out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating keywords people keywords
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the russians everywhere. or for children have reportedly been killed and several more people injured in a fire at a shopping mall in the siberian city of camera for i would is this say the fire started near a cinema and children's play area over one hundred people have also been evacuated from the mall there are also reports of at least one person jumping from the building. we're back after this short break to stay with us. fundamentally the united states and russia are have been for decades two scorpions in a bottle each capable of destroying the other but only at the price of being destroyed itself. putin said well these weapons will overcome u.s. missile defenses u.s. missile defenses were totally ineffective against russian forces already so they'll
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be more effective against russian forces. by too many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the superman he just killed in a round of spend spend be true to the twenty million. it's an experience like nothing else not to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful game but great so what more chance for. me it's going to. welcome back the final results of the russian presidential election was announced
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on friday saturday putin secured a full time in the kremlin with seventy six percent of the vote and despite having just one as a news briefing the russian nader was also whether he'd consider running for the top job again. if it keeps the moment i'm not planning any constitutional changes with these coaches i was more than this you do think you will be in the presidential seat until twenty thirty or that of course if you change the constitution it's a good. solution but i think what you're saying is i'm not going to stay there until i turn a hundred more this time around a lot of it putin left all of his rivals far behind second place was taken by communist party candidate pov ago dana and on a lighter note it wasn't only the candidates that made the election interesting one . i. assure.
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you. it will be. and among one of the more offbeat highlights in the election was a campaign pledge by communist party candidate pov a great dane in a pledge to shave off his mustache if he got less than fifteen percent of the vote and well it's gong gruden says that he hasn't seen himself without it for thirty years. france or nationwide strikes on thursday as
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public sector workers responded to social and economic reforms students on transport workers are concerned by president mccracken's new proposals saying long term unemployment and low wages will become commonplace many schools are shut for the day and airports will also affected more than two hundred thousand people all over the country reportedly joined rallies with more demonstrations planned for april and may in paris the unrest escalated into clashes with police. i. want to put up one of you know we're not here to be violent we're here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by that kind of
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a clue that we disagree with the governments we can't accept this reforms that's why we are always here with us which is the most like a for is the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. during the rallies in paris protesters threw rocks at officers who responded with water cannon coffee shop the day penske was at one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been marching in paris trying to make a voice discouraged to the government of president marcos saying they're unhappy with many of the ideas of p.c. ministration including that she was not one hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years if he's the president see there have been this some violent confrontations during this day a strike in paris now where police clashed with the protest is some suggesting that the police had used extreme violence and some of the protesters had been injured
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from the civil savants to the right way start to students or hit to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over thirty seven days of strikes by the railways those strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june the way we work is saying this is the only way that they can get a voice and they will speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to that line of word. charlotte you went skiing on see paris love it back with the weekly headlines and also the day's top stories at the top of the out say that. with no make this manufacture consent to step into the public well. when the ruling classes protect themselves. in the final
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merry go round listen to the one percent. nor middle of the room sit. around the real news room. join me every thursday on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you were a south and taken your last to bang turn. your at the top to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry for the echo so i write these last words in hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met
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my life turned on each breath. but then my feelings started change you talked about war like it was a cave still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our ark and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not leave a funeral the same as one enters the mind gets consumed with death this one quite different i speak to you now because there are no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. the far right and britain isn't just on the march it's taking violent murderous action. and the all nazi group called national action applauded the mother
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and the mother of a young woman member of the british parliament just before one o'clock today joe cops and paid for but in spending for the tops in market street first. i am now very sad to report that she has died because also for injuries. other alleged members are charged with planning the brutal killing of another woman m.p. . and two british soldiers said to be from the same nazi group a serious terrorism charges. fascism month far right extremism violence and. confrontation isn't new in britain it dates back to at least the one nine hundred thirty s. when oswald mosley blackshaw strutted through major cities. today's encounter nations i'm no less deadly. this is the story of how it began
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how it developed revealing the major players and exposing the secret past the leader of the latest street movement. last year the young woman labor m.p. joel cox was cruelly mobbed out in the course of her public duties in bristol west the mother of two young children was stabbed and shot to death by a man called thomas maier whose name needn't detain us for long. at the time the mainstream media narrative was the mare was the lone wolf well in a rabid wolf he surely was but he was not alone thomas maier was connected enmeshed in the complex web of british nationals that.
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in a way the blood dunned horror of the. brought british fascism full circle back to where in a sense it all began. so oswald mosley was a middle british artist who married to the daughter of the viceroy of india logged cars a. long moment. he was a conservative m.p. then a labor m.p. a left wing labor m.p. sometimes as
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a future labor prime minister but as the skies darkened the walls. and widespread. oswald mosley turned to fascism. there's been a fifty year disputes over what fascism actually is one of the most influential definitions was by roger griffin who argued that it was a palin genetic form of nationalism and that's a fancy way of saying it's a cross class revolutionary brand of nationalism that believes in the renewal of the nation and a new man and in a way that's what people are separated fascism from conservatism the conservatives look back at. status quo whereas fascists were very much about looking forward to creating an ethnically your new man. you can see a sense of victimhood that somehow the nation state which it which they identify has been somehow a victim of of others of evil forces stabbed in the back undermined in various ways
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whether it's by the international conspiracy by communism or by liberals who are trying who are responsible for the degeneration the decadence the one thing that seems to me to bring together the fascists is the belief in an absolute leader whose word is law and who cannot be wrong and certainly hitler thought he could not be wrong in this country mostly thought he could not be wrong which is as good a definition of madness as i know but also the only definition that i can see of fascism. here in cable street in the east end of london on the fourth of october one thousand nine hundred thirty six britain's first fascist leader came across. as the leader of the british union of fascists he would have been if he could have been britain's.
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the purpose of his march was to whip up hatred in much the same way as his i don't did in germany. the people of these ten didn't do it people from all over london came on my ass to oppose him a quarter of a million londoners stood in cable street proclaiming. they shall not pass and when most of his black shirt that jackbooted. nazis came a marching the people stood far. there was trouble all right but the fascists were rotten and had to call off the mark. racial tension was already simmering in the long hot summer of one thousand nine
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hundred fifty eight here on friday august the twenty ninth outside lots of more road underground station the spark was lit. three days of war infamously became known as the notting hill race riots over the long weekend hundreds of white youth rampaged around this area carrying weapons brandishing racist slogans the daily mail and its an image to build style joined in asking should we let them keep coming in. today notting hill is expensive one of britain's most exclusive on cliffs here the rich the famous and the fashionable live eat and shop. at the time of the notting hill race riots it couldn't have been more different this area was one of grimy crumbling tournaments owned by
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slum lords charging the rents. the young carpenter who was stabbed to death right here in golborne road in notting hill was obviously not britain's first victim of racially motivated murder but he was the force to attract national attention. the first the big boy would never know it a symbol of resistance to race. at the time notting hill was a hotbed of white nationalism oswald mosley is union movement and cullen jordan's white defense league had this seeding with a racial tension. we feel that you cannot have colored immigration on the scale in which you're having it today without sooner or later having messenger breeding that
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must lead ultimately to a briton we feel that if we have elected population in the future that must mean the downfall of the civilization and culture of our country which we hold so dear if you look at the early history of fascism it was completely different to what we today associate as being fascist as well mosley was himself from the establishment was from the labor party had connections across the elite if you like he also had fairly developed ideas about what he wanted to do with the states in the economy. to say the national front in the seventy's or the british national party in the early two thousand. and two very crude worked. simply out would be. conspiratorial anti semitic but they didn't have. sort of a deeper level of thought about how to reorganize the state and the economy and so really a lot of the far right in britain in the post-war period really became dominated by white supremacist by crude. and really since then has an escaped legacy
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in fifteen or twenty years' time a black man will have the whip hand over the white. in the late one nine hundred sixty. grandy made a note notorious speech he said like the roman he could see that forming with much blood it was a prediction of a britain or riven by a race riots even a racial war it caused the disparate strands of britain's fod right to rapidly coalesce the vehicle they founded was called the national front the end therefore had a joint leadership the think and author of tar john tindall and the iron man of action martin web stuff i don't believe that the british people will
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allow themselves to be mongrelized out of existence we've got to fight to. if it's right to save the whale with all of the lift who are otherwise waiting and. if it's right to save the whales why shouldn't the british the five. why have we got to submit to being exterminated by race mixing while we protect the survival of the minke whale the blue whale or whatever the logic of the left just doesn't past scrutiny. the national front brought chaos to the streets of britain in the seventy's and eighty's that struck turner in the black and asian communities anyone who skin the snow white. and at hyde de symbolism had a reputation that really struck fear into the hearts of many in our black
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communities to take a beating from national from the skin it was to face the most horrendous violence vicious while it's richard beatty violence that black people could face and you could literally lose your life over him kelson call crane did just that. the end there was a coalition of small extreme right wing groups on the fringes of british politics it specialized in provocative marches in immigrant areas only whites were allowed to join. britain is no whether you like it or not i happen to like it. a multi-racial country. but even if you don't like it it's too late to do anything about that well first i don't agree that it's a multi-racial country integration hasn't taken place to a significant extent and it's for this reason i don't really have noticed but on
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television advertisement over the last year or so every single advertisement involving people has got black people in it asian people in it as well as whites and particularly insidiously in my view they're showing including in furniture and bedding advertisement. black and white couples. in we are insidiously being got at they're hoping that nature will follow our and that if they create an illusion of an actuality of integration and race mixing and miseducation that that's how the public will follow it well the mood has indicated that they're not the national front trying to give itself a democratic brilliant standing in local and national elections with no success. it's part of the overwhelming rage in an anger felt by many black
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a muslim communities that they were british citizens in a first class democracy living third class lives being subject to the most horrendous violence. i get the impression that black people on happy here. that kids are murdering each other at a frightful right here they're not settling in they're not happy and i think people are unhappy outside their own culture their own society it's not making happiness for us i. will go twenty eighteen coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers available to us but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. you guys i know you are nervous he's
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a huge star and the huge amount of pressure you have to be the center of the. great. game you are the rock at the back nobody gets busted we need you to get the ball in the ring let's go. alone. and i'm really happy to join for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet the special one i was also appreciated me to just say to redo the team's latest edition to make up as we go. look. what politicians do. they put themselves on the line to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or some want to listen. to going to be press this is what before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested in the
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ones in the. area. it's. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for the tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only weapons of a much larger mission was one that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not cleared for long term survival and that's why we
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have the catastrophes. i. the n.f. had a clear message about how to solve what it saw as the race question. if there were a sensible government all illegal immigrants all of them would be sent back to their countries alone they're here illegally and committing criminal acts taking our money using our health leaving us they would be sent back straight away but they still talking about illegals or you having no no i'm not a now and now i'm now saying that we would in the words. was it the
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godfather we would make these people here who are not happy an offer they can't refuse but you wouldn't rule out forcible rape. if push comes to shove at the end very end of the day no but i don't think you need come to that you see i have four mixed race children who can understand the twittering of the sun. they've never seen the place that you would first encourage but not rule of force of listening them but maybe maybe maybe you'd like maybe i take it i don't know what ethnic background your two are of children to individual drug or blimey of your own procreation i didn't know that well i still have to say it without wishing to be rude to you or your children or your wives or wife so i don't know anything about your background but i still put the
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survival of the british people first. that's what being a nationalist is i put that first and i'm not going to be morally intimidated or morally blackmailed by exceptional hard cases we saw their affinity with. genuine fascism in terms of their idealization of hitler. salutes and they were terrifying to me at least the where we lived we were terrified about to being getting caught out by the national front which was a part how do you view hitler. i think he was a great man for his people. i think that
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a lot of the things he did for his people picking germany out of the dump that it had been thrown firstly by the verse i treaty and secondly by financial corruption. and political decadence within his country. i think to hitler that led to him taking power and cleaning up his country and raising german self-respect that was an era which i would have supported him in but what about for example the holocaust. i'm not in the company of the holocaust revisionists. i do think the promulgated of the holocaust narrative have got a lot of very serious questions to answer engineers scientists of various disciplines have subjected many of the stories
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associated with the holocaust to critical examination and hove compiled a list of questions about how this could have happened in that could have happened . and these questions are not allowed to be asked in polite society in this country and in germany you go to prison for just asking these questions. but i don't say that there were brutal acts perpetrated against poles against jews against russians and others but i have yet to be persuaded that germany had set up the machinery for the factory like mass production and destruction of an entire race. the n.f. like far right groups before them fell apart out of the wreckage of which emerged
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the b.n.p. led by former n.f. head man nick griffin the b.n.p. devoted their resources to persuading the british public to back them at the ballot box all vote increased eight hundred and eight thousand to nine hundred forty three thousand. they had some success but the public eventually saw through them and rejected them just as they had mostly fascists cable street in the one nine hundred thirty s. and in similar fashion. football crowds out on obvious breeding ground in which the far right can recruit they are the only regular convocations of white working class youth who gather in the tens of thousands every other saturday the first attempt to hound us the energy of those crowds to britain's far right ideas was mounted by
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a man called stephen lennon though you probably know him better as tommy robinson everything. was an islamic you knew me the young white he didn't. you know you're a bit of a hoax are a bit of a hot star lennon stopped at the english defense league and for a brief period there were alive and kicking. some other slum dog. is coming to get yet it's going to kill as many people as it can it will swing it like you out a cow on the street and it looks on you like that yes poor kid is too much all you really want these goes have gone through. reason why do you spend right these children it could be because i ope of burchett criminals but i could be present
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no pollution is my new. big sigh when moodle place my mood a politician's realize the link between this and then men a right pain or pete's in the room. with. the english defense league were challenged would have a there be a vote and it was the british police to absorb the brunt of the. might yardley's the next army man and it shows he's a security and intelligence expert what is their agenda their racist their islamophobia their homophobic their anti semitic. the ludicrous whites. of the city and. i think there is
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a very significant threat i think it's a growing threat i see these organizations which are usually splintered which reform which take different names and s. one three one for example scottish dorn. when the organizations are beginning to develop the potential which you see is you know terroristic but seriously dangerous then i think you don't have any choice you have to take that sort of action even though you know that the the groups will then disperse the people in the groups will disperse they'll probably create new organizations nevertheless you are disrupting them and so that there is a benefit there's an immediate benefits. to that disruption. in the wake of the murder of george s. the u.k.
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government used anti terror laws to crack down and ban these fascist groups. national option will become the first ever extreme right wing group in the country to be for school actually action is a violent group they promote to the phobia they promote violence and terrorism and they have no place in this country a number of alleged members of national action are now facing trial on serious charges two of them are soldiers in the british army. for legal reasons we can't go farther into their case at this point in time but one thing is obvious that the british government fears danger from britain's far right what is interesting though is the media attention the islamic radicals have had but to date they haven't really devoted anything like the same media resource to
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exploring this phenomena. there's a new outfit in town the football lads alliance funded by a convicted football hooligan banned from every football ground in the country and regularly courting right wing extremists i speak arse. loosely. the f l e a has mounted to huge demonstrations in london thousands took to the streets to back them others under to protest the f.l.a.c. when all that they claim to be. on that demonstration as we were trying to lay for us all we were trying to play for the march people were racially abused people were friends nurses were told quotes i hope i f.
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ing bomb you right this is not a nonviolent court. we were going to free movement on our profile you know followers of what. we normally take it would. be the best kind of just for lads well come on that therefore by forward again it was cool that you even find it in the my space because one of the stronger ones who fought in the film with mark was in the living aboard the brave face i was thinking more you'd be here for like the one that's taking great pains to say we're anti rices and so on but how come there wasn't a muslim speaker on the platform. the true face a lot of people following the afa like islam not just as honest as i call it a high islam for supposedly an extreme a group i can't tell you can people who are linked to terror acts he got people who
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are not rice and fascists there's a man called putin already who is a former london u.t.i. commander and a convicted gun runner for the a.g.i. who is a member of the afterlife. one of orion's was. not my fights on march we very much the known price is an approach to nonviolent approach it's all about peaceful protest. for more hooligan join me gun tries to say he's against all extremism that he and tommy robinson seen here in bristol on an e.d.m. jaunt just the latest. to mosley's blackshirts.
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desperate for a single purpose. they have a superman. they start training very young. they months of intensive school. rats. and they save lives. fundamentally the united states and russia are have been for decades to scorpions
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in a bottle each capable of destroying the other but all the at the price of being destroyed itself. said well these weapons will overcome u.s. missile defenses u.s. missile defenses were totally ineffective against russian forces already so they'll be more effective against russian forces. times about email bed of the entire you might even want to get. them but then again . and again that i mean by my money i've now got. in the mood to adapt to. those who just have images to see so if you want. to know who to vote and actually get at the high spots to go to like the city
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because the. patient is. hopeful you can feel cool. oh wow. breaking news this hour on r.t. international stocks cattle and president carlos whose demand is detained by german police on the border with denmark after a european arrest warrant for him with activated. also this hour in the stories that shapes the week the diplomatic standoff over the poisoning of surrogate's crew powell and his daughter escalates with twenty three russian and british diplomats returning home moscow insists it did not target the foremost by calling it an act of terrorism against a russian citizen and. facebook is engulfed in scandal as it's revealed the data of
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millions of users was mined from the social networking platform to be allegedly exploited in political campaigns. and protesters out in force in response to the french president's proposed social and economic reforms and a nationwide strike which turned violent in the council. a warm welcome you're watching the weekly here on r.t. international around the all of the week stories and all the latest headlines on the now our top story this hour stock to council on president carter's push demand has been detained by german police here tempted to cross the danish german border by car his lawyer says the push to monti is waiting for the appropriate checks to
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be made in relation to an e.u. arrest warrant requested by spain he's been based in belgium since being ousted but this week he also traveled to finland here's a recap of events in catalonia last year. i. have i. have. i. believe. ok i got.
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full custody if you will. see. see. if any more on vacation i have yet this will show you that i know nobody knew thank you so i'm fine thank you know obama's have you read my thanks . we decided to set the president vice president and also high ranking officials in the council on government. feel.
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this morning despite those signs that had been searched by the spanish authorities present themselves at this figure out for the sake of breast feed. a diplomatic standoff between the u.k. and russia escalated this week with twenty three diplomats from each country returning home london made the first expulsions following the poisoning of former double agent square powell and his daughter in salzburg in southern england as the investigation continues u.k. officials have repeatedly said that a russian link to the case was highly likely on thursday britain's prime minister also the e.u. to back that theory it was highly likely that russia was responsible for with
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things that the current analysis is already very well grounded and nobody questions that everyone was. reading this. is french russia's concerned. political landscape in europe to russia and this is why it's not so easy to keep. twenty eight. groups. together russian officials have repeatedly dismissed moscow's involvement stating they see the poisoning as an act of terrorism russia has also expressed willingness to cooperate with british authorities but so far has gained little traction u.k. foreign minister boris johnson has been among the most outspoken against russia even using nazi comparisons and he wasn't alone. because the roads like to.
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the way. these things. here so i think the comparison with the one hundred thirty six is is certainly right moscow considers this kind of statements made under the level of the foreign secretary in you we unacceptable and totally responsible. the bridges going to st to make a decision about its participation in the world cup but nobody has the right to insult the russian people who defeated naziism and lost more than twenty five million people by comparing our country to nazi germany. did he goes beyond the common sense and we do not think the british wall the terrans including those of the arctic cold voice which share this opinion. the russian embassy in the u.k.
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also posted this photo following the comments by bias johnson and the controversial moment the english football team was ordered by the british authorities to give a nazi salute before a friendly match with germany in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight while soviet athletes boycotted the tournament. and the russia blame game has extended into areas once considered beyond political point scoring and as a theatre can and has more on an educational project that appears to reinforce the negative rhetoric that's being thrown at moscow. what's better than helping the young to try to maneuver the ever tricky world of global current affairs. of the day is an online news service that is used by one in three u.k. schools teachers and librarians from satori the schools use around schools and activities across all subjects for lessons homework research. here's one handed to tory and provided by the service to help educate the young and broaden their
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horizons talk sick putin on mission to poison west ouch and among questions to discuss is putin europe's most dangerous leader since hitler was this gus. to help students out topics like the ongoing five scandals where an investigation is still underway are broken down despite this incriminating evidence of international outrage milly smirks and everything in case there's confusion still there is a dictionary included which explains the meaning of the word marks surely this teaches you to put things into perspective not the chalk and blitzkrieg are also if you hear a military tactic designed to question the enemy with overwhelming force a short space of time coincidentally made famous by hitler in world war two just to make it a bit easier to connect the dots brutal assassinations cyber attacks as well as
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plotting the downfall of western democracy also laid out as food for thought a you decide section let students consider the following questions it's putin the most dangerous man in the world to the cold war ever and as well as what impression does putin give about what russia is like the doing help students develop information literacy and critical thinking in prepares them for the challenges ahead in the ever changing world critical thinking is key the toxic putin class is dismissed and as i say churkin our party wanted. come in spokes person to meet your past off talked exclusively to sophie shevardnadze about the script case. first we have to remember the starting point is the words of president putin that russia has nothing to do with this accident. the first blaming.
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came from politicians just a couple of hours after the accident. and now we're see with the words of experts and experts of organization for four or four. p.c. w. . that say that the preliminary examining of this agent will take about three weeks is it contradictory yes it is. four people were killed in southern france this week when i gunmen hi john to con took hostages that was at a supermarket and a small town on friday the attack a pledged allegiance to islamic state before he was shot dead by special forces.
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in the movie i went shopping with my wife and sister in law after some time we had an explosion well several. i saw a man lying on the floor and another person who was very agitated with a handgun in one hand and a knife in the other and yelling allahu akbar. after that i took my wife and my sister in law and some customers nearby and were going to look for shelter i put them in a butcher's fridge closed from the inside. because it's peaceful here where you see the like any out there he was very kind very sociable adorable he overheard sweets to the children and he is
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a terrorist. the terrorist has been identified he was killed during his so an investigation will have to answer some important questions when and how was he radicalized and how and when did he procure the weapon. we have for several years paid with our blood to know the terrorist menace. well among those killed was a hero police officer who swapped places with a female hostage he managed to leave a mobile phone for the authorities to listen in when police heard gunshots they moved into neutralize the attacker and turned colonel are no has been fighting for his life but sadly passed away on saturday morning over the past year alone there have been repeated terror attacks on forces attempts in france in february two thousand and seventeen a man attempted to enter the louvre museum in paris with a machete while an attacker was stopped at all the airports just one month later
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a police officer was shot dead in april on the shans eliseo and in october two young women were stabbed to death at a railway station in marsay where former british intelligence officer sean says the fact that the gunman was under police surveillance exposes wider failures. it's part of the passing that we're seeing emerging across europe over the last few years of people carrying out these low tech type of attacks with high. rates who are of course on the radar of at least the police if not indeed of the intelligence agencies but for some reason they're not being watched carefully enough they're not being monitored carefully enough they were being followed around . and they're allowed to get more radicalized and carry out these are appalling deeds it's hard to see what more fronts can do but i mean they had a state of emergency declared after the massacre and the tax all the powers are still there in france it just changed the name they changed the terminology and yet
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all those powers are still preventing the security agencies and police from protecting their french citizens so i still see how much more they can do. facebook is facing intense pressure for failing to protect the data of its users after it was claimed the information was stolen and utilized for political gain the take giants had admitted the data breach and promised that the company will learn from its mistakes we need to make sure that there aren't any other cambridge analytical is out there right or folks who have been properly access data you know we need to make sure we don't make that mistake ever again where the british data gathering firm called cambridge analytical or that mark zuckerberg mentions there was involved in thought trumps presidential campaign among others but company allegedly mined fifteen million facebook profiles for its operations while as parent company was reportedly involved in psycho social studies for the u.k.
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defense ministry cambridge analytical is now under investigation and has suspended its chief executive. the scandal led to a backlash against the social network facebook share price plunged to a four year low while mark zuckerberg zone while it took a headset around ten billion dollars in just one week but company is now facing four lawsuits from its shareholders over the misuse of personal data so it was also requested to testify before congress in washington over on twitter meanwhile the hash tag delete facebook has been trending with some high profile people joining in we spoke to legal and media analyst lionel who's of the belief that all data online is harvested the entire point is being missed here it's not cambridge analytic it's the fact that facebook is a tool of a proxy if you will of the government it's
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a service. it was conceived it through darpa or through c. money did this this fame oh do you think they use the information against there are you kidding me facebook apple everything that we do is basically sucking up every bit of information we have despite the two global giants at the center of the data scandal having roots in america and the u.k. the story has now been tied to russia artie's marg have sought to untangle it for us. imagine being a liberal a democrat and being stuck in a trump presidency for a year is it must be horrible waking up every day guessing that what russia is songe bots or hackers have cooked up the day came original that i had powerful
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connections to candidate trump including one time top adviser steve bannon and billionaire donor robert mercer so presidential son in law jared cushion or and consultant brad parr scale brought in the company which is now accused of utilizing data from fifty million facebook users without permission facebook was how donald trump was going to win wait a sec something's wrong where's the bad guy who do we blame this on. there it is questions are also swirling about a possible link to russian metal cambridge c.e.o. reached out to julian a songs of wiki leaks seeking access to e-mails from hillary clinton's private server there's no evidence we feel it's had such information but wiki leaks was releasing e-mails from the computers of other democrats which authorities say were hacked by russians and another trump advisor roger stone great innings i actually communicated with this is what how do you even make the
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connection what's your logic if someone speaks to a songe their russian agent there is zero connection here other than the word russia being in every other sentence there is only one explanation c.n.n. report must have been put together by a random generator literally this explanation makes more sense than cnn's report at savage the dia and see oil trump the russians cambridge had because we've got the keywords just fill this. basis with whatever he also directly message to russian hacker he says he did nothing wrong and despite another claim that cambridge had ties to a russian oil company the campaign insists there were never any links to russia are you comfortable that the trunk campaign through their cameras analytical had
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a connection to wiki leaks. they did have a connection wiki leaks let me demonstrate if you are of average height and your birthday is in july you are closely tied to a sound see how easy it is let's do this again if you like snow and the russians like snow you are aligned with russia or if you want lots of money and all the gods have lots of money you are susceptible to russian influence it's all nonsense but who cares it's about getting the key words out there about confusing and confounding not explaining or investigating key words people key words. russians everywhere. four people including three children have been killed in a fire at
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a shopping mall in the siberian city of kemah river according to the officials the local health ministry also says twenty six other people were injured in the blaze which spread to over one thousand square metres i would this is say the fire started near a cinema on the children's play area the emergency services evacuated the building they say over one hundred people were inside and twenty people needed assistance to escape the fire there are also reports of at least one person jumping from the building an investigation is underway. whether putin swept to victory in last sunday's russian presidential election for right after the break we'll look at the final official results. thank you.
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what politicians do you should. put themselves on a lot. to get accepted or rejected. so we want to present. you something i want to. get to the right. to see what. people are. interested in using the law. they should.
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welcome back the final results of the russian presidential election were announced on friday a lot of their peers and secured a fourth term in the kremlin with seventy six percent of the vote and despite having just one that's a news briefing the russian leader was asked whether he'd consider running for the top job again if they keep at the moment i'm not planning any constitutional changes with these coaches i was more than this you do think you will be in the presidential seat until twenty thirty or so if you change the constitution it's. just mission and i think what you're saying is. that until i turn a hundred this time around a lot of my peers in left all of his rivals far behind second place was taken by communist party candidate powergrid dean in and on a lighter note it wasn't only the candidates that made the election an interesting one.
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it was. a short. cut. thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you. thank you. thank you. thank you it was will be. and among one of the more offbeat highlights in the election was a campaign pledge by communist party candidate have a good day he pledged to shave off his mustache if he got less than fifteen percent of the vote and well it's gong to have greeted and says that he hasn't seen himself
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without if a thirty years. you ran saw a nationwide strikes on thursday as public sector workers responded to social and economic reforms students on transport workers are concerned by a president that new proposals saying long term unemployment low wages will become commonplace many schools shut for the day and airports will also affected more than two hundred thousand people all over the country reportedly joined rallies with more demonstrations planned for april and may in paris the unrest escalated into clashes with police. that. was. the only brought up one of you know we are not here to be
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violent we are here to protest democratically against the liberal politics of macro wanted by that kind of a clue that we disagree with the government we can't accept this reforms that's why we are always here with us this is the most like of course the promises he made i think it's absolutely not been fulfilled. during the rallies in paris protests as threw rocks at officers who responded with a water cannon artie shaw deepened ski was one of the flashpoint areas. thousands of people have been marching in paris trying to make a voice discouraged to the government of president marcos saying they're unhappy with many of the ideas of his e ministration including the hot humid hot one hundred and twenty thousand jobs in the five years of his presidency there have been some violent confrontations during this day of strike in paris now where police clashed with the protest is some
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suggesting that the police had used extreme violence and some of the protesters had been injured from the civil savants to the right way start to students or here to voice their concerns with this current administration this is actually also the first over thirty seven days of strikes by the railways those strikes are going to take place over the next few months until the end of june the way we were just saying this is the only way that they can get a voice and they will speak directly with the government about changes that are proposed to their line of work. do you not see paris meanwhile in the west and french this you have known riot police used tear gas to break up a crowd of demonstrators full back with smoke bombs and flags. but we love to hear your thoughts on all of our stories so to get in touch by following us on social media other back at the top of the hour with the latest
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headlines and more of our weekly roundup policy that. kristen trump's wiring in finding practices are still surprising the recent appointments of mike pump ailing john bolton have left an impression on friends and foes alike the impact will lay her of on american politics. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all but there was one more question by the way is going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and the huge amount of pressure you have to go i mean the eighty percent of the shuttle we are with you and you go through all the great the great
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the good you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone. and i'm really happy to join the for the two thousand and three and world cup in russia meet this special one come on girl to reassure me to just take the radio p.r.t. teams latest edition to make up a bigger need to look. this is a story of one of africa's giants. know his teeth on that shot
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. and his neck isn't that long. list giant is rather modest and keeps a low profile that's not him either. people are often scared of this particular giant but he is nowhere near as dangerous as that one. is a friendly giant every day with the possible exception of weekends he saves human lives to hear. his name is isaac a giant pouched rat. and i like his brothers and sisters he was born with a passion for travel.
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isaac's birthplace was a special training center in tanzania. it's called which stands for development of landmine detection equipment that's what isaac is these are mine sniffing rat. rats are everywhere they are sociable to all circumstances and they've lifted this with humanity since ever. they actually traditionally. garbage and they've been doing that. for always. mind sniffing rats are put to work in former hotspots where learned mines are among the most deadly remnants of armed conflict they're often found years after was ended and serious injury isn't the only problem. imagine how it
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must feel to live with the knowledge that there's a landmine lurking somewhere near your home. when i was a close up field and to help make the problem of landmines a thing of the past. but it will be a full nine months before he becomes a real pro for now he simply spends his time with his family. it's no coincidence that giant rats which has been to sniff mines in the wild they're extraordinary sense of smell allows them to search for food buried deep underground it worked with land mines to the key used to train the abouts to associate the discovery of t.n.t. with food and that's not difficult because everyone knows how intelligent rats. the really hard part is making sure that the rat doesn't make any mistakes that could be fatal not just for the rat. these regular
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rats that's clear from the way they eat these giant rats have special pouches in their cheeks food just like hamsters so this particular animal is on the cusp between being a rat but. perhaps that's why they're just a little bit cuter. i guess i should add to another really great benefit of our species of rats is that they're really curious which lab rats are curious as well but. their various social in terms of they're really willing to work with people lab rats sometimes will develop that relationship with you but i don't think they develop it quite as readily as our rats do. meanwhile isaac has grown
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he's now four weeks old i'm training can begin like all children isaac schooling starts with a kindergarten. although it is a camera he helps little rants to feel comfortable around people. to see if. he's the. norm we teach the. truth. that's not you know. interacting with a character is a vital part of the learning process and it's important for isaac socialisation mind sniffing rats mustn't run away from all the bites people.
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when he grows up eyes are cool way around a kilo and his body will reach thirty to forty centimeters in length just about as long as his tail. because they're so big grilled. it's our favorite local street food. isaac has started school he spends his early weeks learning the basic rule that means food. is used to reinforce the learned response when i can count as an empty container there's no sound. this one does contain t.n.t. and the clerk tells him that he can no claim or treat. well in general but. they really let her do her thing they don't get involved or train
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influenced her in any way but there are the rats there's a different behavior just before they find. they have certain behaviors some of them like to clean themselves they like to groom themselves they're very clean. they don't like to get wet or maybe there's. some of them will walk around in circles some even stand up in the air. and so the handler knows that she's found some think it just hasn't. indicated where it is. a rats remarkable sense of smell can detect the tiniest traces of t.n.t. they can sense the explosive even when it's fifteen to twenty centimeters on the ground their nose is over not so secret weapon imagine if humans had similar
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abilities ok if you were in a pitch black room and somebody entered the house from. i would say. one kilometer away and it's pitch black and you can't hear anything you might be able to detect that some something changed but that's also very hard for me to say because i really as a scientist i need evidence to support such a claim and i don't have. isaac and his sister at the gym they can give their paws a good workout sharpen their teeth. and enjoy a sense of freedom. looks as though isaac's trying to set out on his first trip.
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nice try. a brief chase. a few a breath so fresh. and he soon back in the fold. they know what they are doing they know what to expect from them they know. if two are working in do very really want that they will have to three war. profit off. be very very bored he learned most you have to report animals don't they don't understand this so i remember very were the words. and
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that's what we are doing here. for about a. weak these students are only fed the food supply given the streaks during training mostly a staple diet of but none of and not. just food. during the weekend so little giants are given a veritable feast albert prepares a mixture of peanuts and dried fish this calorie cocktail is great for their bones do. you want. them to it's no feast without dessert. he says.
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he's here. in the wild giant rats live in small underground colonies. quite independent within the colony they live in their own burrows and tend not to share food with neighbors. females can choose their own mating partners but the colonies are not matter. they are ruled by a group that works a little like a parliament with both male and female members. and. it's a big day for isaac. is about to move on to high school. just like every graduate to be he gets his own personal transport.
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now i can start his field training. joint pow straps on nocturnal they sleep by day but have active night lives. carers try to adjust to the rats biorhythms they set out at five thirty in the morning a field training session can start at six. bits
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for moments like this that isaac has been trained he's not alone by the sound of the edge of. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only women and so for much larger fish was once there was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we have because. that's geysers financial survival
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you know they say money that developed for. climate change is if this is a central plank support diet coming into. call them right now say stop them. when lawmakers manufacture consent to instead of public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final merry go round of lives only the one percent. going all middle of the room sick. the real needs.
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my conclusion use god to be meat to train to drink. again. and i like it beyond the one. reason train come because. it's not the right man who is telling them. the blank you have to do does it isn't this. we have to change so to do this material enough for the old to be used to train the young.
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isaac remains calm while using for his class to start. the trust between trainer and rat runs deep. he lets isaac out of the cage. just without even bothering to follow. it so. they have to concentrate them on to be a viewer of that day they have to. do and make an interpretation of for the writ is doing. would you come to d.c. when you were telling about your. adventures during. isaac is now demonstrating model behavior for a mind on thing rat. he sniffs diligently at the end.
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is in no hurry. this is the result of several months of training. it looks as though isaac might offend some t.n.t. . he tries to rid his nose of all extraneous scent. a thinks he senses something but needs to reset his smelling operators to be sure. this is the spot. no all the trainer can send his signal.
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it's like watching two old friends getting together. at first but for him performing perfect i mean she was not running she was walking. she sniffed everywhere. she. liked records. to steve to t.n.t. because of did you work. as a surgeon she wasn't sure about. visions of t.n.t. . isaac seems to have passed with flying colors. and now it's time to evaluate his loyalty. no one wants to chase
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a runaway rat across a life minefield that would be deadly that's why it's important that the rats follow their handlers voluntarily without a leash. isaac is displaying textbook behavior as this training is over and now it's time for the real world to begin. traveling to see amrit in cambodia.
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this is home to one of the ancient architectural wonders of the world. and court of fact. millions of tourists travel here to take their best selfies tourism is one of cambodia's main sources of revenue. but there are still landmines left over from the civil war and they are seriously hampering any further growth and tourism to say nothing of the danger to life. when it comes to square miles of minefields cambodia is second only to afghanistan . the number of injuries caused by landmines is the highest in the world now though
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the situation is changing for the better in the popular tourist resorts mines can only be seen in museums but there are still many dangerous areas in the country. isaac is here to help with mine clearance. new instructor apply sunscreen to his skin. because giant rats and nocturnal creatures their skin isn't accustomed to high levels of u.v. if they were left unprotected they run the risk of developing skin cancer. ears and tails of the most delicate spots. we didn't see them doing this in africa because the training center was high in the mountains in the town of moore to go to. but this time of year it's much cooler there than here in cambodia . if we take
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a closer look at the troubles it's raining but isaac still has some screen applied . the sun might come out once the team stops working. this is no drill. between don's protective vests and helmets. no one knows exactly how much protection they get would offer but for now. they're off to work. it's not a hundred like. you from the top and the next question is not that but these are. international rules that you have to you. know. if something exploded. and then you're being discovered down to something explored a means at least to
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a point that they don't want an office rather than having i think. just as we make our way to the mine field it rains again. if it rains and then. march. we think that there is not taking i mean it is going on is not easy for the. twenty so i went through a lot then we don't know what. it doesn't look as though we'll get to see isaac interaction range getting every. couple. see feel.
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pretty good. very good. there. are people. one more try. it's not quite clear if the rain will get in the way again or not. the mind of texan teen is out in the field after all. isaac is investigating the ground. nothing so far. suddenly he starts to wash his face. this means he's identified
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a suspicious scent. the disposal experts approaches. he has been something. he seems to be really quite relaxed so perhaps it's not a mine off to rule. it is in mine. it's not mine it's. made in china.
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my. mom didn't get. it. all finds a carefully marked on the map. highlighted in yellow. the disposal team has a light breakfast after work everyone gets a banana. and they all seem to enjoy it. has come a long way for this moment of triumph and now it's time for
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a rest. and . into it. it's. a landmine and. that's all there is to it. it's.
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