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so ended up dying on the sidewalk onto my tonsil mouth five people in one you're pretty sure want them to now an economy need to go in and out on mine. model number i don't doubt about dental and you my article indiana hi mom. and i do god's will that's what i'm going to be not even mine don to be out of town is an advantage on acting out on the money she is finding that i'm not about to track i'm comin down. the mistress of the office on the budget of no bonus how about a lot of old to live in the hood and goddesses because the country would love. to know who i know.
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what hopes and change to do something good. they put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president and should. somehow want to be rich. and should like to be close that's what before three of them or ten people get. interested always in the waters about how. this should. in the heart of the swiss alps this is a place probably more secretive than the pentagon more mysterious than the cia and better guarded than for knox ellis with customs are here permanently all the site
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is controlled by them and they impose the opening times. opposite the possibilities from these all plus the procedures in place of the strictest in all europe masterpieces by artists like pecan so and modigliani are camped boards and sold inside this warehouse that's where the report comes in it covers up deals which are naturally discreet commercially discreet felt but also discreet because they concern fraud. some of those paintings are linked to dark secrets nobody knows how many of these secrets a kept inside the geneva freeport says reflection that you'll never obtain an inventory of all the works in the freeport who knows how many there are three hundred three thousand three hundred thousand is it a matter of confidentiality only is it the world's black box of the art business. putin lives by two things but his emotion that he is. in the long place is
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a very long game the east so to speak in the. long distance rather in politics and that's the way they underestimate. him. and. he said yes i don't mind being around to i'd say i do from one day tomorrow so what i say to gary got into every bar and nation again at. this. hour you've got a. democrat in the going to me i know what you thought i read it only when he thought that the model of a. very. nice and winning it was i'm
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not. the soon to be said. i don't think i missed out on. a wind up i read. that you got into that you've got to. move. in. a. circle but i'm not the only be. more. powerful than the who wouldn't normally have a month a month on the. one thing and the wind up but did i know you mean well given. that it's a lot about the b. side even though we need binding. but a minute with area. about i don't. a
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lot of. them but i don't see how me thinking i said. yes i'm andy. how do you how do you got a big you got this idea about me but he got and i got. a lovely cundall a little a mediation with i'm going to remind you given that as i am going to do a ball and i see that you do you can. limp out and buy just little things no i'm
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gazza going to give me without a gun so that angle i'm not allowed to leave behind and what i did this way when i mean what i got that's me as i'm not going to. get me i am the man i'm going to the west and we're going to leave behind him but this is what we as i do alone with who . i have to get too. caught up i'm going to have any bonding and if you need to know that i mean. i'm not saying i want to be a. good i'm good at it i don't like. the
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them into this one by the. number really if. you do get a moment and i'm going to. connecticut i'm even throughout the. book i'm ali. going to mug us up on the. water we. go under the mug. and you get to the. number of. the. must see little mini guy who got. lucky to get. giddy. unparallel one cannot get by scott on anything that he said
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it in that's like a book i see those of again at night you mean ian young so i don't get up like daddy and then i'm going to get a scott i'm going to get lucky lucky at the one some political party through. but it's almost. well if i said i'm going to somalia to lie about that i had happy hour only had been the only see the i said i got into my game and done it again what i thought about it and doing it with egypt i jumped right up in that really and i said i've got some winning there's a bit of paper babu done by their manager go yeah of course you're someone. and they can be there i'm telling you i need to. indonesia's forum for the
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environment. and the indigenous peoples alliance of the occupant to go. provide only giving training for young people involving the struggle against on local deforestation which has become a serious problem with more than fifty million cubic metres of rain forest destroyed each year. i want to know. when to get in there e m i said i thought that when i come got a. little bit done b. and they saw us winning a two hundred or two here and. they are in money to. the us idea. for. him over something that i will hold. you to a lot and with rather than with a lot on
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a lot of very thought on to say going very far out into the new near us i need to really need to go to be. about. that i've hardly got up come by for a year or. form what. they are doing in the schedule but then bring about an id for that they will probably do . it on. the us folks rode to somalia to join hands here to be finished even though the construction of the new route began in the years ago. give me a. get
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the top of the log on the. that people like that i think that's what i did i come home with a. could buy me. feel . that he. ruined a good idea. that i'm going to. need it. the destruction of rain forests and the cultivation of palm oil plantations in their place to fail to bring the prosperity that the local people expected in fact the reverse is true not as have been made much worse the people have been deprived of
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a variety of forest products upon which they had been so dependent when the residents of so many enjoyed decided to take the matter to court to claim back at least part of the land that had been taken from them the state to cut off payment of any subsidies the locals had been receiving this people's lives into absolute misery.
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i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside out. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch pull the funnel school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the superman ija killian erroneous and spending thirty to twenty million a bomb playa. it's an experience like nothing else on to because i want to share what i think of what i know about the beautiful guy my great so will more chance for. a nice minute.
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how shameful thing. going to be done it will be a mission from the. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education of being supplanted by the right to access education loans higher education is becoming just another product that can be born and sold so there's not just about education anymore it's also about running a business where you could no models at the lot could this also kind of the following could mean. more is the place of students in this business model before college i was more now and i'm extremely more higher education the new global
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economic war. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation that does much like was hoping to avoid just one from going because of god the constructivist adama's got the guns to the. woods as if either of these on into this it's just a proprietary software you don't know the source code isn't that a such a security risk when you have a black box operating in the public eye to microsoft dependency puts governments under a cyber threat and not only that she thinks office can put more that's what we call softness of the system is it still me this is also the only one of them will still be true most of the people in the suit will do. with. things this is the arsenal often stymied on the old vision stopped and there was a sting of only holes in front is up and the scribes of the find.
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the un's chemical watchdog no say it's still mable to determine the amount of nerve agent used in the script poisoning case bottle cracking on earlier claims that almost half a cup of the talks and it wasn't just. the us the law is a mugging considered to be a kingpin of drug trafficking enough down a scam to walk free from prison it's reported hunchy juma county struck a deal with the authorities jude to his high level links with the american law enforcement. and philosopher and author of the communist manifesto karl marx would have turned two hundred pissed off by his hometown in germany celebrates his birthday remembering a mother whose ideas remain as the bikes and as they did more than
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a century ago. just pm this sunday afternoon right here in moscow wherever you're tuning in from this hour welcome to moscow and to our t. international our top story the international chemical watchdog investigating the poisoning of surrogate script and his daughter have made a u. turn on its claims over the months of nerve agent used in the sold spray attack the organization corrected an earlier statement saying there was nearly half a cup of the toxin not stating it's unable to determine the exact quantity morocco's the of looks now at a growing number of inconsistency in the probe usually what happens with ministries is the get revealed crimes the soul the perpetrators are
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identified in the script allocates what's interesting is we seem to be going in reverse. for research activities or protection you would need for instance five to ten grams of but even in souls three it looks like they may have used more than that without knowing the exact quantity i'm told it may be fifty one hundred grams or so which goes beyond research activities for protection it also stretches the realms of reality here's some perspective one drop of a new rich rock nerve agent is enough to kill roughly ten people one hundred grams the equivalent of a small glass would be enough to wipe out at least a neighborhood kill thousands and thousands any serious chemist familiar with nerve agents will tell you as much know each other is supposed to be very toxic highly
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toxic five to eight times more toxic than the x. which is already a very very toxic what's interesting is how the head of the world's chemical weapons watchdog could possibly make such a mistake perhaps it was a mistake the u.p.c. w. didn't take long to shall we say clarify the o.p.c. w. would not be able to estimate or determine the amount of the nerve agent the blues used in souls bring on the fourth of march twenty eight in the quantity should probably be characterized in milligrams fair enough they miscalculated a slight exaggeration of about two hundred thousand fold but ok remember when russia protested the accusation that only eat could make new each ox no one took them seriously in fact the accusers were offended by the very idea. the russians crossed all boundaries when they said the novacek agent could have
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come from the czech republic that is a lie fake news right so imagine the czech foreign minister's face when the president then comes out and says this. novacek was produced and tested in the czech republic it was a small quantity though we know when and we know where it was done it would be hypocritical to pretend that such a thing never happened pretty remarkable just to think britain was so sure it was all so we singularly exclusively russia is highly likely that russia was responsible we do polls russia culpable culpable culpable for the attempted murder you argue that their source of is russia how did you manage to find it out so quickly i look at the the evidence when the people from from porton down they were absolutely categorical and i asked the guy myself i said are you sure and he said there's no doubt only russia it could only have come from russia said the
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guy over there to barra's johnson hundred percent guaranteed go ahead sanction russia you can probably guess what happened next as a pattern here of not verified the press a source to be clear you're not able at porton down to say where it is from we haven't yet been able to do that so much backtracking it might as well be back running yet the media hits the breaking news peddle over any scandalous statement no matter how unsubstantiated and every time those statements turn out to be untrue no one cares staying tuned only for the next sensational revelation. right guess they have with award winning journalist and filmmaker jump is the guest on today's edition of going underground he says it's crucial for the media to
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question the official narrative i've never known a time when so cold as you describe it mainstream surely. a satirical to the. mainstream journalism has been so integrated into propaganda. and that that propaganda campaign at the moment pointed right against russia suggests to me that it's the beginning of a kind of not the macho on russia i've been a journalist for a long time i've covered many wars i've covered the first cold war i've covered it from the soviet union i've covered it from the united states i would say there was a pseudo journalism that i'll simply write down and swallow what governments tell you is the very end to thoughts of what real journalism is.
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on the arrest of a notorious drug lord a decade ago was heralded as a devastating blow to the taliban and trafficking in afghanistan but now the very same man has quietly walked free from an american prison or to kill a pup and has been looking into the possible reasons behind his release. here at this correctional facility in manhattan you've got some very dangerous criminals you've got the mexican drug kingpin knocking el chapo guzman furthermore you've got the terrorist suspected of driving his truck into pedestrians here in manhattan back in two thousand and seventeen but one rather famous inmate the afghan drug lord haji juma khan recently checked out and no one knows why khan was first arrested back in two thousand and one as the usa began its operations in afghanistan however he was almost immediately released and from there he went on to set up a criminal empire known as the khan organization he was watched very closely by the
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u.s. drug enforcement agency the khan organization arranged to so moved from base nope i'm durable to the pro system to want to says launches for two tons enough to supply the entire united states heroin market for more than to use now it's also important to note that in afghanistan he became friends with the d.e.a.'s top man in kabul he described their friendship as crucial in getting information he was a major player in the global herin trade and our aim was to console the supply of money from kingpins like him to the taliban and terrorists such as oh kind of he was an unofficial spiny and he gave us useful information that we passed on to the military at one point in two thousand and six the da chief in kabul got so close to his drug lord buddy that he was worried he may have cancer he arranged a trip for him to the united states in order to get treatment one day i know it says that it grew from his chest i thought it might be cancerous as i previously
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had a melanoma consonants. i showed him my scones i offered him treatments in d.c. and we went well that was a false alarm i was hoping friend bruce who is way of building trust the friendship soured in two thousand and eight when he was learned to indonesia arrested by interpol and then extradited to new york city once he was locked up pending trial for the da then publicly linked him to terrorists proceeds from hundreds of mcconnell global drug trafficking organization funded the terrorist activities of the taliban he's arrest is significant line of credit to the taliban that will shake the foundations of his drug network that has moved message quantities of harim to worldwide drug markets ever since that time everything related to khan's case has been completely sealed in two thousand and ten the new york times wrote about his long standing friendship with both the da and the cia prior to capture at the time neither agency would confirm or deny it unlike his lawyer several law
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enforcement agencies from the united states approaching people in afghanistan including mr khan and requesting assistance and assigned to stand it payments made services requests from my client and others but now com is free no criminal charges no trial and no explanation why now at this point perhaps we can assume that the law enforcement agencies know what's best for the public and just don't feel a need to share their secret collaboration with the worst of the underworld kept secret so you can sleep better at night. r.t. new york. as requested coleman from the us federal bureau of prisons concerning the release when we get a response if we do we will update you on that. now once a green area close to the french capital is no longer tons of illegal waste but clearing up the problem is proving difficult for the authorities and even more.


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