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germany during world war two specifically the legislation prohibits references to war time nazi death camps in the country as being polish that is in violation of the law could face up to three years in prison that although has faced a backlash in particular from israel and the us why the polish government has seen fit to come up with this legislation for beating people to have an opinion about the guilt or lack thereof of the polish nation it is bad for governments to try and regulate culture and history and literature. one no one can understand what why they would like to have some control over the narrative but it is all in all a bad practice the history of auschwitz no matter whether they are polish or foreign should be the guards and this should be. the
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standard everywhere in every museum or memorial and this claim that guides should only be natives. is really easy against foreigners it has nothing to do with some effort to make the the museum better informed. the deliberate killing of animals and nature reserve in the netherlands has sparked outrage to the park officials that you claim that the culling is actually in line with nature itself and he said thing takes a closer look. russians screen pastures bundles of gold and hate blue skies and sunny valleys picture a flock of wild animals scattered across these meadows and you've probably conjured up perfect wildlife preservation park.
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but in one park in the netherlands something clearly went wrong to the point where the park authority started to shoot some of the animals yes you had it right. the reason all the ponies deer and cattle which were roaming free had been reproducing too much last summer and when winter came there wasn't enough food for all the hungry mouths and the weakest started to die local animal lovers try to come to the rescue and feed the animals but tend to livestock control or thoughts of legal. you see according to the ranges the more animals the fats the faster they will reproduce the less food there will be and the more that will eventually die to
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minimize suffering they began shooting the weaker ones more than three thousand animals were either killed or starved to death within the last few months this is how it works in nature and here we try to follow natural process is as much as possible but critics say there's nothing natural about taking guns to living beings and this stuff to let nature take its course spectacularly backfires i think it's abuse and it's pretty sad i mean how could you do there to an animal who doesn't have a voice i understand but want to see. those animals are. and it's also very so joe's sure i think that we just need to read all those animals. or at least places where do not behind their hands and another opportunity is still just castree dimmy all animals that's
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a pretty expensive thing to do a bird it's the right thing to do. now opposition leader has been confirmed as the new prime minister of armenia the supporters celebrating across the country. i was gathered in the central square the other van here capital to greet the elected premier parliament voted in favor of passion and following weeks of public protests demanding he gets the country's top job this candidacy had initially been rejected by parliament last week sparking intensified demonstrations now saying its position started to recede for gretsch relations from foreign you're going to see you can outsmart. football's biggest event does kick off in russia in just over a month's time when the host nation is already getting into the spirit of the world cup because between march in the beginning of the tournament the fee for world cup
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football park here is touring the host cities visitors can take part in masterclasses attend or rough sessions and also practice their penalty taking skills to the latest stop off on the top is the russian city and among the visitors there was the former spanish defend because salgado he played for real madrid for over a decade and during his career he earned more than fifty caps for his country became well known to tough tackling and shared his impressions of khazan with r.t. . but i meant recently i took part in the opening of a new park in khazan that i think will become popular and tracked lots of people from all over the country for those who won't be able to get to the stadium there will be big screens for world cup matches in this fog all this will create a great football atmosphere that's because and it's one of the oldest russian cities but at the same time it has the most modern stadiums and they have already been tested i visit because and the arena stadium and really likes it i think it
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has everything it can make the fans happy it's a quality stadium with all necessary infrastructure as a player i can say that the sound is very powerful the pitch is fantastic and just the right size for a fee for heads viewpoints and in general it's amazing stadium everyone like in those cars and for me is one of the cities to enjoy the world cup just like in some petersburg old moscow. and there are just thirty seven days to go before it kicks off air moscow well and less than twenty four hours in red square and mosque i will say a sea of troops and tanks in the annual fiction day march for a last minute preparations underway we'll have a look at the i was just off the bright. light from many clubs over the years so i know the game and so i got. the ball
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isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the families it's the age of the super manager killian and owners and spending suited to twenty million album fly. it's an experience like nothing else not to because i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy like great so what more chance for. six minute. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy confrontation let it be an arms race move his arms off and spearing dramatic development the only move really i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk.
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again i wednesday does mark victory day when the soviet union defeated now see germany it is a significant day to russia's calendar and huge events are held across the country to commemorate the day an r.t. we'll be bringing you all of that in our special coverage. like i want to check on last minute preparations now with a new prank he's down in central moscow for us if you just tell us what's going on the at the moment. andrew hello sorry i still have problems with my voice so perhaps that will be my part of preparing for special coverage of the victory day celebrations and if you're asking me what's happening in central moscow right now i'll tell you obviously that the final touches are being added and these preparations behind that red building as well as
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square where the main events are going to be happening and i was going to show you a few fascinating things but obviously it's close for now because the most important things are happening there and will happen tomorrow a warning so just wait till to morrow morning every year here at r.t. we try and do our best to bring you the best coverage the best angles the best shots and we're going to do that tomorrow as well putting on some extra effort i'm going to give you a number of locations here on my nationalists where then some more on red square one on top of the famous kremlin clock tower the spot sky tower to the sky a street where all the hardware will be parked before it rolls into red square this street is known as moscow shells at least as a really some fascinating stuff coming up speaking of the hardware they are ready because they've already had their final were her so for it i was present i
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witnessed some of that have a look to. well many will say that this parade and many other events of the victory day celebrations in russia is to show off military might some other things but that's not it it's because of the memory of all the people who won the war and then who perished i guess i'm going to be keep keep repeating these numbers my entire life every day on victory day celebrations from twenty five to thirty million people
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were lost. during the second world war the people from the soviet union this country and it is thanks to their heroism that we actually won the war but the thing is that not all the stories are known and some stories are all really being revealed today there's some incredible stuff that we discovered for you thanks to a letter that was written back in the days when story was basically bernie for decades and decades and now it only came to like a two to light sorry and i just want to show you some of that to. do much on the chemo we're writing to tony to some even look you know it's the best comedy in arms we had in our. soldiers and commanding officers know. the german
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invaders was a true russian hero he destroyed many enemies with his go. to sixty seven thirty am the film to an enemy who. died here doing his duty defending. the entire battle buried soldiers commanding officers sworn to his grave that they would use. is that for mythical guns to destroy hundreds of thousands of enemy soldiers the owner of the memory of the beloved comment and. there are millions and millions of touching stories like that and every year these
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are the ones that make you cry and perhaps that's why this year here at r.t. we decided to maybe also go into that and if you were watching our broadcasts and between the program we were showing you the photos and some of the stories of the relatives of people who work on our channel so some of that is also coming up tomorrow many many things to watch out for during victory day may the ninth here on our t.v. here in moscow the russian capital and all around the world. like i thankfully that was trying to fair and central moscow forces he said it's a day of celebration and also a day of sad reflection. while crowds around europe are being whacked by the target squire one of the world's best on their victory songs tours they perform wartime hits ahead of the may the ninth celebrations.
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to the owner. of. the solo . thanks thanks. thanks. thanks to.
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so was peace said on wednesday russia will celebrate the seventy third anniversary of the soviet union's victory over the nazis the state. special. to. the. daughter of. yes manufacture consent to stick to public wealth. when the ruling classes project
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themselves. with the primary go around lifts only the one percent told. us to ignore middle of the room sick. to lose her own billion real news is the world. about your sudden passing i've only just learned you worry yourself and taken your last wrong turn. you're after caught up to you as we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry 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 fret. but then my feeling started to change you talked about war like it was again
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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 death this was different i speak to you now because there are no other takers. to blame that mainstream media has met its maker. in the middle of the sixties there with thirteen million students enrolled in higher education in two thousand and fifteen there were two hundred million in less than fifteen years there are expected to be four hundred million to overachieve tonight. you hold. your leverage.
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while the demand keeps growing university tuition fees skyrocket the world over the cost of education is high increasing. their. work harder is more. i don't understand how can a school be a scam. in the name of so called economic pragmatism and as a result of international competition university is a turning into a huge money making machine it's. none of my family members went to university i think i wanted to be i wanted to be got one. from shanghai to new york paris to go and countries around the world reflect trying different moves each remodelling its system in its own way but at what price and who profits from it.
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at the starting point of us story which begins at the end of the ninety's. at that time you have this financial izing itself all the while expanding many intellectuals european university presidents and expert groups engage in a vast reflection on how to build a more complete more ambitious europe. how to strengthen its intellectual scientific and technological influence. what is the secret of the united states and its economic power. the answer lies in higher education and research. a realm that has become undeniably strategic.
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well. i. guess. at the end of the twentieth century american universities prevail and who europe is afraid afraid of finding itself on the sidelines it needs a strategy and so european gauges in a series of reforms to make its higher education more competitive so it can serve europe's economy its productivity its job market and its liberal project england will quickly set the tone before anyone else and to get straight to the point. after the second world war we had a system where local education authorities around the country were responsible for providing a grant to students and giving covering tuitions fees. and that was at a time when roughly three percent of eighteen year olds went to university around twenty thousand a year. all science students will have their first two terms be required to attend
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lectures on physics chemistry mathematics and biology it will also be possible for science students to major in philosophy knowledge is not bullshit look back at a huge never world one in one and covering all subject all all places. in the one nine hundred eighty s. and nine hundred ninety s. there was a funding crisis amongst universities lots of vice chancellors complaining that they didn't have enough money to cover the amount of students are now coming through the system so the government commissioned a report and this was called a daring report and that came up with a number of recommendations almost one hundred recommendations roughly half for the government about how it could. maintain sustain and improve higher education in the u.k. and one of the most controversial parts of that report was the introduction of was
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i in one thousand nine hundred seven the british left led by its young charismatic candidate tony blair wins the elections after eighteen long years of conservative rule. at the age of forty three the head of the labor party takes charge of the country with a program whose foundation is to apply private sector management models to public services so as to make them more efficient more productive room higher education will be no exception. right. we need to widen access to universities get more money into universities and the best and fairest way to do it is a balance between the state and the graduate. face became reality and nine hundred ninety eight and it was a key landmark in the history of higher education in the u.k. because at that moment the principle of free education free higher education and you terry finished. for this historic reform
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tony blair introduces the yearly one thousand pound tuition fee a smooth way to start five years later prompted by his second term election tony blair authorizes universities to charge tuition fees up to three thousand three hundred pounds yearly and tony blair. head of britain's labor party successfully passed a reform that the conservatives would never have dared bring forward. in two thousand and ten the labor party rallies the opposition the coalition made of liberal democrats and conservatives led by david cameron take charge of the country very rapidly the debate of a jewish and fees arises on the political scene again this time the government intends to alter ised to ration fees up to nine thousand pounds yearly all the while reducing the portion of public funding and it catered to universities this new reform violently divides both members of parliament and public opinion that
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have been very difficult choices to make we have opted for a such a policy is that provides a strong base for university funding which makes a major contribution to reducing the deficit and introducing a significantly more progressive system of graduate paper and stuff we inherited and i'm proud to put forward that magic to this. very. order. there is nothing a bank that tiny benefits to the lowest income graduates that justifies doubling or tripling the debt of the vast majority of right isn't it credible that the party opposite who actually introduced the principle of graduates paying and thank you for two jewish fee increases is able to drum up quite so much faith and drug issues out there was any young person ask any young person in any
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poor communities in our country what is your prospect what is your what do you want to do many would say i want to study i want to qualify i want to go to university i want to achieve something in life. hell they're. less they are very poor or they're going to borrow money to survive to get through university they simply will not do it this decision matters so much to so many people. i'd say to the house if you don't believe in it vote against it was it for the right three hundred twenty three you know most of the last three hundred true god. was.
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i was when the church was really from three thousand it became one thousand pounds i was up to the university i say wants to introduce nine thousand pounds a maximum face or anything between six thousand and nine thousand and one surprisingly most university decided to set nine thousand pounds most students we have now half a million students going through every year most of those will be paying a minimum of nine thousand pounds a year and that's stuns. over the course of fifteen years british politicians are ruling class that enjoyed free access to education inflicted a paying system on the new generation. british students along with a european fellows now have to deal with these new rulings that's the way it is. they're young they long for
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a solid future that dusty for knowledge and dream of climbing this social ladder all that has a price tag and they'd better get used to it. and that i grew up in a working class family in the south of poland the young woman could have enrolled in a university in krakow in copenhagen or even obs today. it would have been free in england and it was granted a student loan to pay for her nine thousand pounds tuition fees. i knew i was going to go abroad to study and i think well for a little while i thought it was going to be scotland but then. i think i decided it was england you know like way back and it just stuck with me and i and i came here and it was it was scary it was so scary because i was away from home i was here alone i didn't have anywhere to turn to and look at me now i study chinese of all
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the courses that i could have chosen i can't wait for you know what the future holds and what i'm going to do i have so many ideas but we'll see. i talked to my grandfather once and we're talking about everything else and then kind of started talking about university and how much money that costs and everything and i had many thoughts about ok maybe maybe i'll quit maybe i'll you know it's too much maybe it's not worth it and then i realized well how my going to pay it back but that's one of the reasons why i stayed and other reason bigger even is that i like what i do i think i'm not quite sure where that came from my need to go to university i think is because. none of my family members went to university i think i wanted to be i wanted to be that one first person who did that and my mom
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my mom really wanted me to do that as well she did encourage me strongly i don't know what i would do with her if i fail i would i would feel like i failed her and i never want to do that ever. because being here and doing what i do and being university is my way of paying her back for profit she's to me i think. yeah i'm good it's my way of paying back for everything. and. will be in students be forced one day to get into debt. should education become a sellable good. must didn't speak i'm self-made finance he has to earn an
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education. northern european countries see things a bit differently. join me every thursday on the alex simon show and i'll be speaking to guest of the world of politics sport business i'm showbusiness i'll see you then. across europe municipalities are taking their water supply back from private companies who have it in me to pick our disposal simple song alone even if i come to niggas full elsewhere though they invite private companies to take over their utilities then he bought a telescope of a lab solicitously got it while on the program because. i've been this is a member of us to quote them out.


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