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exploited google and its services to spread propaganda via accounts and notes that our t. has two million you tube subscribers but lawmakers are also disturbed by the fact that. in the same manner as quote legitimate news sources on media analyst line of things congress is mistaking an alternative point of view for that of interference the only thing that we can maybe point to is that these people called the russians russian government russian actors people with russian names i don't know but these people that we will collectively call their russian. put out a tweet facebook story that did not encourage armed revolt by the american citizens i want to ban something it merely presented allegedly the point zero zero to whatever percent of this but presented stories that other omeri can actors and politicians in folks in an activist were alleging as well so it just
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so happened that this horrible russian execrable of dissent or whatever was their story discord happened to me are exactly the same thoughts and sentiments of actual americans who may have had a different opinion from hillary clinton it's the zero three story in town and the american public has been so had better waited to this mean that they want to hear more of it they believe there is evidence when there is no evidence oh no no i'm sorry to say this isn't stopping i hope it does but i'm afraid it will. on this day fifteen years ago u.s. troops fired on civilian protesters in the iraqi city of fallujah but the ensuing first battle for fallujah would see some six hundred civilians killed half of them women and children the operations by the u.s. and its allies in the cities saw the deployment of white phosphorus and depleted uranium void of warning you may find some of the following images disturbing
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according to a report by the us government told national center for biotechnology information local iraqi doctors source in infant deaths miscarriages and birth defects between two thousand and five and two thousand and nine there was also a twelve fold increase in child cases that is higher than among hiroshima survivors years on the loser residents still dealing with the phone. with us on this story begins with that talking when the americans attacked at first i had a few miscarriages and then i had tried to. the doctors discovered that it was a result of the phosphorus which was used by the americans. and i said i have conducted
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a study based on samples analyzed in certified german laps which have nothing to do with any political party they found here a new career and other pollutants that. this minister was she's a very good student despite her disability when she writes on the board or in her notebook and it is very nice she's one of our best students in. turn from terror. in the summer. and. it was revealed. that the u.s. withdrawal in two thousand and eleven from iraq to vote mean an end to the conflict
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in fallujah with islamic states soon getting a foothold it would take iraqi forces four and a half years to drive out i still local residents say life in the city still has not returned to normal. and although we came back from the camp to fallujah they told us that the city and its suburbs are clear of these so we came back as we were cleaning the house an i.e.d. went off and killed my sister and sister you know. at this neighborhood went through a lot this house lost two women lost a son and the other was crippled and seen any official pass by here. about arsenal off their condolences. but the bay area is destroyed it's not a place anyone would want to come to we stay in our house go to the house in front of us use this road to come in and out of it that's what we don't go anywhere else the area is full of bombs or additional fire look at these flags all over the place
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which we can't work here the area is dangerous soldiers have come here set off two or three bombs and left the area behind is closed off from the flanks only trying to come home but they can't. america's new secretary of state mike pompei o has started out on his new job with a speech at the nato headquarters in brussels and then he feels that questions from the press. do you think germany is doing enough to meet the two percent target you know. what you're going to do they should meet the goals that they agreed to. mr pompei are referring to nato those two percent target that specifies that each member state is a blind to spend at least two percent of its g.d.p. on the military germany has so far been falling behind on this one but. apparently playing catch up pumping suddenly more money into military hardware including aircraft and drives peter all over now looks at what's on display at this year's
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show. this year is. underway in the german capital poland thousand square meters of all things aviation from the commercial private and military sectors. not just next to me are some of the joints currently operated by the german military this is the current and if we come over this way this is the current t p that's the one that could be equipped with weapons now then made by an israeli company a joint partnership with the aerospace giant airbus and over the next nine years germany is set to spend a billion a year zero increasing the current fleet of these germany isn't just looking to buy drugs from abroad behind me is apparently the future it's called the european mail
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now it's a joint collaboration between a silly france spain and germany and the developers all this particular unmanned aircraft told me why those type of drones are the weapon of choice for more than european armies and this is now the next step towards the kind of independence in europe and that of course comes that. along with a clear push into. meaning. but also to well when it comes to you. and so on also on display is this much of the f. thirty five now this is lockheed martin stealth jet that's been touted as a replacement for the tornado fighter bomber that's currently operated by the german military and it's not just the professionals they get to sort through the air using this tactical simulator of a helicopter i can even fly
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a mission over the small german town albeit a bumpy ride with me in charge companies from all over the world to showcasing their wares in germany is in the market to buy the country's army chief is already call to defense spending by fifteen billion euro by twenty twenty one but opposition politicians aren't happy with that direction all the pressure being put on germany by its nato allies to spend more on the military this is the wrong direction in the mall and very. serious education. system in germany for example and. military and if you look at the german population german population wants peace so i walk around and. everyone says i want peace so i think the government have to listen listen to the population and we as a left brain. and other actors. human mystic just prove that position as well
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despite those dissenting voices it does seem that the german military set for a funding boost and without a load of new hardware peter all of a r.t. berlin. the world anti doping agency has released a report on violations in twenty sixteen featuring some pretty shocking revelations italy france and the u.s. were named as the worst offenders while russia which has been severely punished over doping allegations in the last couple of years at number six we get a reaction in paris and new york. if i was going to say to the what country do you think was the number one thing violated in two thousand and sixteen which country would you name russia russia maybe between america and russia not quite sure if. i would guess russia top the list russia china
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no russia russia so what would you say then if i told you that russia was not the top violated in terms of anti taping if they were even the second the third the fourth all the fifth but they were actually six in the report what would you say to that as well it's surprising actually for russia we want to talk about this but i guess it's just what the reporters now adays focus on this is easy news for them isn't that well. i guess not so you hear about maybe it's just a sort of western take on things trying to paint the enemy and i think there is a long history of us blaming them for it certainly it makes me wonder if if you got like trust on the newspaper like bing. but at the beginning of february twenty eight russian athletes were officially cleared of doping and just a couple of days ago it was revealed that grigorieva chunk off the main informant in the entire doping case against russia suddenly failed to confirm
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a number of his allegations you know says that he didn't see the distribution of any so-called drug cocktail nor did he witness any police taking such a thing sports lawyer lucien below and he thinks this is a defeat and then barrison for wada. these credibility east totally destroyed so he was not able to convince the judges and that means he was not able to back the mclaren record was we have all the bases for all these allegations over all these years i think this is not a big defeat for i.o.c. or the party for mcclure report icing is a big big defeat it's really a mess what happened and all these athletes they are the weak team of a very bad management of these cases and i think. one should
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sing about rebirthing these athletes who haven't suffered so much. programmer tons in just a moment. here or join me every first day on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking together for the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see that. in russia or buying gold as i find gold we mined all this like us we don't think he's trying to tell you number one lives in a fiance downstairs houses blown away by the huffing and puffing of the big bad feel wolf and then taking over to your god countries like india they're like one step in one step out of our sector household sector has all the gold there the government doesn't exactly and then the big belfield will often bump in the people
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the problem is that to survive with the government has blown away then you've got the countries like china and russia that have said wow this is made out of twenty four karat gold bullion and the big grand piano wolf off the top and it didn't blow the rouse away. from. thanks for joining us for your news here on r.t. the israeli army has hit six hamas targets in response to what it describes as terror activity in the northern part of the gaza strip the strike follows a day of palestinian protests right along the border.
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three people reportedly killed and almost nine hundred would do during friday's rallies according to the palestinian health ministry the protests are part of the six week great march which journalists are hidden could visit in a local hospital after the latest arrest. we are in the central hospital in gaza strip where this hospital received all the injuries from the fat fans so fans that area from the five locations that are protesting and the fifth friday of the great great much of return this is another injury that's came just right now from the fence and there have been severe injuries in the head and in the legs. in the post minutes we received
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at least ten people with severe injuries to the stomach and they will do any minute the ambulances are still carrying hundreds of injured people to the hospitals there is a lack of medicine and medical equipment in the hospitals and they are crowded so as you see this is another ambulance just came just right now. from my neck that new defense and as you see this the ambulance has at. please for palestinians that have been injured what happened right now near the fence is that of at least two thousand palestinian protesters and try to interfere and break up the fence and what happened is the israeli forces and i reacted violently and they started to shoot at these palestinian protesters who broke the fence. that according.


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