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cuties office this agrees ation that the television. is very criminal agent doesn't stand up because as a lawyer she can give advice to the prosecutor general's office and meet members of the prosecutor general's office and as a lawyer that's quite legal there's nothing there's nothing illegal about it and you can go to the united states and represent a client it's just another meeting and tribe jr met her. and he said it only lasted twenty minutes they didn't speak about very much because the opposition of robert mueller then can find evidence that they were conspiring together they were trying trying to undermine hillary clinton so it's up to them to do that but on the face of it just not any bt. or will have to prove that it had other. rather objectives in the meeting and it find it very very difficult to do to prove . fifteen years since one of the darkest chapters of the iraq war
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the for luge a massacre that was when u.s. soldiers opened fire on civilian protesters that killed scores of people at the time the u.s. military claimed the protesters that opened fire on the soldiers first human rights watch never found any trace of put in the building where the offices have been within a year the u.s. had launched an all out military assault on the city known as the first battle for fallujah resulted in around six hundred deaths many civilians including women and children were among the casualties washington used white phosphorus and depleted uranium at the time according to doctors that led to a surge in infant deaths miscarriages and birth defects there was also a twelve fold increase in child cancer cases higher even than among iraq's survivors is our local sinful e.g. a still dealing with the consequences. but that's a story begins with that's when the americans attacked at first i had
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a few miscarriages and then i had tried to mug. the doctors discovered that it was a result of the phosphorus which was used by the americans. and the process i have conducted a study based on samples analyze them in certified german laps which have nothing to do with any political party they found here a new career and other pollutants. in this business tell us how she's a very good student despite her disability when she writes on the board or in her notebook and it is very neat she's one of the best hundreds in.
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her chair. and this is. how. it was. sam. as a little relief for civilians in a matter of years islamic state would start to take a foothold in fallujah bringing with it the turmoil of civil war even after i saw was driven out of the country locals say life in the city is still far from normal . and although we came back from the camp to fallujah they told us that the city and its suburbs are all clear of lightly so we came back as we were cleaning the house an i.e.d. went off and killed my sister and sister that. i didn't want to go on at this
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neighborhood went through a lot this house lost two women and i lost a son and the other was crippled and haven't seen any official pass by here about us offered condolences. but the the area is destroyed is not a place anyone would want to come to that 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 desh or her look at these flags all over the place which we can't walk here the area is dangerous soldiers have come here set off two or three bombs and left syria behind is closed off from the flanks are trying to come home but they cannot. america's secretary of state might pompei oh recently accused germany of failing to meet the nato military spending target of two percent of gross domestic product but berlin is currently taking ever deeper into its pockets by snapping up military drones and aircraft are the speech
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of a went to the berlin air show to check out germany's latest hardware. this is an exploit underway in the german capital polled thousand square meters of all things aviation from the commercial private and military sectors. but 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 in 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 many isn't just looking to buy
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drugs from abroad behind me is apparently the future it's called the european mail now it's a joint collaboration between silly france spain and germany and the developers all of this particular unmanned aircraft told me why those type of drones are the weapon of choice for modern european armies this is now the next step towards the kind of independence in europe and that of course comes them along with a clear push into several. meaning day to serenity but also to well when it comes to the ability. also on display is. the f. thirty five now this is the lockheed martin stealth jet that's being touted as a replacement for the tornado fighter bomber that's currently operated by the german military and it's not just the professionals that get to sort through the air using this tactical simulator of a helicopter i can even fly
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a mission over this small children town albeit it's rather a bumpy ride. with me in charge companies from all over the world is showcasing their wares and 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 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 moment very. serious or not for education and the climate solutions of the health system in germany for example in the. military. and if you look at the german population german population wants peace if i walk around in home or and. everyone say i want peace so i think the government have to listen to the population and we as
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a look at you bring forward position and other actors. humanistic just brutal with that position as well 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. there's no way to round would accept the latest demands by washington to rethink the nuclear deal so says iran's foreign minister will explain all after this break. i don't think he's right to tell you number one was an affair. blown away by the
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huffing and puffing of the big bad feel them taking over to your god countries like india they're like one. sector household sector has all the gold their government exactly and then the big bad wolf off the bottom the people the problems are to survive but the government has blown away and you've got the countries like china russia that have said wow. twenty four karat gold bullion and the big bad wolf and it didn't blow the house away. welcome back the united states is calling on europe and other allies to slap new sanctions on iran over its ballistic missile program meanwhile tehran's foreign minister has spoken out against recent goals by the u.s.
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and other countries to strike a new deal on terrans nuclear program as well as to curb the nation's actions in the middle east. shitters in but the situation in syria and the other middle eastern countries has nothing to do with the iran nuclear deal the us is making the moments that are unacceptable motto only for the people of iran but also for the other countries who signed the nuclear deal and for the world community as well. the potential new agreement which is being discussed by global powers is thought to be aimed at containing around in the middle east it may also address around ballistic missile tests which have still being conducted by tehran in violation of a un resolution and as proposed by the french president any agreement should also regulate iran's nuclear program after the current one expires both emmanuel macron an anglo-american appear to have changed their stance on the around deal after they met with the us president. the isn't there my we believe it's better to have this
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agreement even if it's not perfect and have no agreement. if. the iran do you know is not sufficient to see that iran's ambitions are curbed and contained it is most important to recognize that you run through its ballistic missile program is trying to exert geopolitical influence in syria and lebanon. the solid robust verifiable agreement that guarantees that iran will not acquire nuclear weapons to denounce it without proposing anything else would be a serious mistake not respecting it would be irresponsible longly france thank you . but we should acknowledge that the current agreement doesn't allow us to address all of us use among other things not covered by the iran nuclear deal is iran's activity in the region. we discussed the flip flop on iran's nuclear deal by the french and german leaders with politics professor from the university of tehran side mohammad marandi who believes that
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such a move will diminish the credibility of crown in the eyes of iran. they did more damage to themselves then twenty one else because iranians are looking at the actions and the statements of these european leaders and when they see that they flip flop so easily and they try to appease the us presidents so readily then he tried don't think that the iranians will ever take the germans or the french seriously again still know that and in in future they simply are useless to negotiate with because they have no influence and they are willing to bow down to the us presidents if he demands them to do so so more than anything else they damage themselves because iran is not going to allow any changes to take place in the nuclear agreement when when the nuclear agreement was a was being discussed many in iran were critical of it they were saying that iran
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has given too many confessions but ultimately when the iranians decided to sign those critics and those who supported the agreement they all agreed that you're on must abide by its commitments over the last couple of years more than two years the iranians have been abiding by their side of the ball bargain and the americans haven't. a leg conversation has revealed that the us democratic party leadership pressured a candidate for a house seat in colorado to drop out of the race. he would like to get. i know you're wondering. you guys are selling money.
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a small room somewhere someone and then i marry. you. levi to the man that had been focusing his campaign on clean elections combating climate change and improving the health care system in the u.s. he was endorsed by the state senator last may but was later asked to drop out of the race the house minority leader has defended the move don't see anything inappropriate like. this your whole year was engaged in a conversation about the realities of life in a race as to who can win the general election and this isn't the first time leaks of pointed to attempts by the us democratic party to influence elections e-mails revealed by wiki leaks show the party's officials trying to use bernie sanders
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religion against him and in favor of hillary clinton both of them are representing the democrats in the twenty sixteen race for the white house leaks also showed the then vice chair of the democratic national committee secretly gave clinton debate questions in advance that was during the democratic primary but the current d.n.c. chair says that incidents like this are a thing the past but we're moving forward we have to make sure that everything is fair and open and everybody has a fair shake and that's what we're going to do we discussed the issue with journalist and author daniel are you pleased the democrats are becoming less democratic. there's a split in the party between the base and the and the higher echelons the elected officials it's totally undemocratic it's smoke and mirrors the base thinks they're getting a choice but they really aren't because they've the real candidates or the side are chosen behind closed doors but the democratic party is in the danger of self
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destructing it's as trying to think that will win in two thousand and eighteen if it passes itself off the republican lite party. but that's a very risky tactic because of the risk the danger is old wind up needing its base of support which will either stay at home or vote for green candidates or others who are challenging the democrats from the left so they're trying to try to walk a very thin line and i don't think they'll be they'll be able to to do it. may. right here see it.
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in a. pool. of . jewellers the sony of luxury and fame but also an alarming number of people living in the streets. the simple fact in l.a. is there's just not enough shelter even if people on the streets right now decided to come in there's nowhere to come in and it's been a struggle. to get this man found his own response to the problem and constructed dozens of tiny homes for people in need of shelter when you have nothing in order to go. you know having something like this may as well be
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a castle but do the authorities accept such solution tiny house on a city parking space is not a solution. someone wanted touring the site otherwise it'll be a free for all the news there are a better alternative to end the homelessness crisis. how do you there are this is a cause report now or in canada. hockey. you know it's all friendly here we love it. max we were last time we were here and we were courted here we made a big show about the fact that we had stayed at the trump protel well some things have changed quite rapidly since we were here last and that is toronto hotel dumps
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trumps name so that hotel is no longer called the trump patel it's called something else. hotel the rocket rashard hotel. and it i reaking up those we really are famous hockey players from any of the ken dryden otoh he deserves a lot of the returns i mean fully when they're good to us are or how about the dawn cherry hotel don cherry guy so reckon we can and i want to get him on our show mr saturday night hockey the best broadcaster in the history of hockey the guy who i go to for inspiration when it comes to picking out my suits and my ties don cherry is really the fashion plate under-rated on the global fashion scene well we were also talking about the fact that the toronto house prices kept rising and they were rising kind of faster than the parabolic move that big did in november and december
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and they continued to rise since we were here two years ago and when we were driving in from the airport you could see just like the explosion of new buildings everywhere in more huge high towers and the crazy thing about the house prices here compared to say driving into san francisco or new york city is or more importantly flying in is like there's hundreds of. thousands of square miles empty around it like there's plenty of room for it to grow so why it's like there's no constraint on how big you can get like there is and there's plenty of space to build plenty more buildings so the fact that prices were rising unlike say hong kong or manhattan which are jam packed onto a little island and that's all you can get in that island oh this country is completely empty it was just a bunch of trees frozen so moiety there's nobody loser and maybe how many people live account of living sixty million total i don't know. there are thirty five
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million people that's half the population of the united kingdom live in this vast wilderness up in the next to alaska there's nothing to do except snog and play hockey well here's a headline canada home prices fall six percent and first quarter from year ago first declined since two thousand and nine new regulations also known as b. twenty require all borrowers to pass a stress test at an interest rate two percent higher than the qualifying rate early symptoms appear rather obvious national home sales slid for the month of march falling twenty three percent year over year and pushing the average sales price down ten percent overall it is a bearish quarter for canadian housing first quarter sales fell sixteen percent year over year so there are new regulations brought in that basically you have to earn say in vancouver they give an example of by the median price there you would need to earn one hundred seventy five thousand canadian dollars per year to meet
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the new standards that they canadian regulators have imposed on the mortgage market where the average income there is sixty five thousand perhaps all the explain this in a way that the average canadian could understand ok let's say wayne gretzky was determined to be making too many goals in the n.h.l. so they decided to make his hockey stick heavier than anyone else's hockey stick to try to stop him from scoring so many goals but of course wayne gretzky. being the talented guy that is only use it to his advantage of them scoring more goals than ever but do understand that canadian person there are saying that the market forces cannot be reined in by the simple machinations of corrupt bankers and central bankers and politicians who don't know jack. about the economy they only know about how to give themselves pay raises to create bureaucracy and create more government markets rule markets are saying oh and their own new flexion point now it's your doom three to two this is sort of game of the stanley cup and in walks derek center
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says oh i know the hockey fans out there will know what you're talking about there i know where you gretzky name of course he was the greatest player of all in the turk as he was the boston bruins play during their stanley cup reign of championship along with the greatest hockey player ever to live greater than wayne gretzky i'm talking course number for bobby or the don't back me up on the ok well so you know mortgage debts piles of mortgages on households government debt corporate debt continues to rise we talked about christine in the garden the previous episode well the i.m.f. you know they came out with their world economic outlook we did refer to that recently but here's some of the data about how much debt there is now in the world since we were last here i am a sounds the alarm on global debt warns the united states stands out when looking at the big picture needless to say it's all about the u.s. china and japan these three countries alone accounted for half of the one hundred
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sixty four trillion dollars in global debt and private sector debt and speaking again to china its debt surge from one point seven trillion dollars in two thousand and one to twenty five point five trillion and twenty sixteen and was described by the i.m.f. as the driving force behind the increase in global debts accounting for three quarters of the rise and private sector debt in the past decade think of those numbers and remember that we're just talking about the housing bubble in toronto vancouver. los angeles new york a lot of it was driven by chinese money but you're going into this against some mad debt accumulators one point seven trillion in two thousand and one to fifteen years later twenty five point five trillion so you're competing against that debt pile and this is what's causing all these housing bubbles as well so the way that these countries are fighting global inequalities is to give themselves financial you bola . debt to consume them. their bodies are eaten
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away by the disease that is over indebtedness and then when they are completely gone and they have dead themselves out of existence the remaining countries will be like we bought gold china and russia are buying gold as i find gold remind all the cycle three little piggies to tell you number one lives in a few currency elster houses blown away by the huffing and puffing of the big bad wolf and then picking a number two you got countries like india that are like wants to have been almost a sector household sector has all the gold there the government doesn't exactly and then the big fear will have to import in the people the private sector survive but the government was blown away then you've got the countries like china and russia that are said were houses twenty four karat gold on and the big bad wolf often puffed and it didn't blow their house away they also include a chart in the zero hedge coverage of the i.m.f. story and the world economic outlook of the united states stands out you can't
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really read this chart too well but you can see that the stand out there that's the united states.


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