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for security for school buildings it's common sense well let's also look at the specs say you're in favor of it you're backing up the n.r.a. but the has on the other side been widespread criticism of the gun lobby especially the n.r.a. in blocking those gun control laws and they have broad public support do you think then is there an argument there that the n.r.a. and the gun lobby bear any responsibility for what is happening. no the n.r.a. has a bunch six million members they were originally formed to make sure that laws were not passed and movements were not grown to disarm black people shortly after they were emancipated from slavery by the republican abraham lincoln because that was the move of the democrat party at the time was to terrorize and intimidate black people and disarming them with local and city rules to that effect was one of the things they did the n.r.a. was formed to prevent that from happening the n.r.a. is a tiny sliver of america's population but what it represents is how the public feels the majority of the public we have one hundred and twenty million voting age
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americans who do not violate the law who legally own about three hundred million firearms that is a massive amount of tradition and loyalty and respect for what the founding fathers said was given to us by god the right to be armed to defend ourselves america is unique in the world in that it has such a strong affinity for being armed and i do not believe there is a political movement in sight you name the n.r.a. three times including twice in the sentence to this question i haven't talked about the n.r.a. at all they're just a representative they're not a driving force much more money is spent by unions by planned parenthood by all sorts of left wing organizations that is spent by the n.r.a. on politics their annual spending is only a couple of million a year there are groups in this country that spend a hundred times that much but everyone talks about the n r a's unfair influence on politics i think you need to just drop them from the discussion and talk about it from the point of view of the people the people's right to keep and bear arms shall
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not be infringed because god gave man the right to be free and to be free is to be able to defend yourself the unarmed man the disarmed man is the slave to the armed man and that is why we are so suspicious of government trying to disarm us because it seems like a tyranny is coming we're not really able talk show host many thanks. for russian spies though i guess rebel has been discharged from hospital in the u.k. the in his daughter you hear word knitted on march the fourth after being exposed to a nerve agent known as know that you're in the english city of sorcery so i guess rebels served as a russian intelligence officer but was stripped of his rank after he was caught spying for britain in two thousand and six he was sentenced to thirteen years in prison but he was released four years later in a high profile spy swap the russian ambassador to the u.k. says russia is still being denied quantrill access to him in violation of international law. unfortunately we don't have access to this people to sort of you
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do through books for the russian citizens if they don't want or assistance for him but we want to see them because for the put to do with the sort of pictures nobody through voice nobody saw with food nor that we don't know surrogate script power has been discharged from hospital we know that the medical team of said that he's going to be continuing his recovery outside of souls where district hospital in terms of his location well that's a closely guarded secret we can assume that he has been whisked off to a safe house much like his daughter yulia square pile was back when she was discharged from the same hospital last month she's been kept well away from the public eye and out of the glare of the media and i think we can expect something very similar with a surrogate script pal to happen that in itself is very interesting given the massive scandal that they're poisoning spock's and the diplomatic
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fallout that we've had as a result between russia and the u.k. take a look at how the for the poisoning of the former double agent and his daughter has unfolded over the past two months. the government has concluded that it is highly likely that russia was responsible for the act against and to the script. that can be no suggestion of business as usual in relation to our interaction with russia mr speaker this action has happened against japan. a drop of
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a well established pattern of russian state aggression and in regards to where the novacek came from well the russian ambassador to the u.k. alexander inventor was just saying in that press conference that as this story unfolds more doubt is being cast upon the u.k. government's continuous assertion that it could have only been moscow behind the attack take a listen lou from for example from the from the triple that from the president to a church group of this certain won't do for the children's produce to your group of delusive youth visas all froze to receive me that russia is the only country that was cuticle of great things. was wrong in scotland yard has released a statement saying that the counterterrorism investigation into the attack continues and that they're keeping the progress of it under wraps but perhaps most
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importantly what's interesting here is that despite the huge scandal and the political fallout that since you'd as a result of what happened in cells brain on the fourth of march and the diplomatic expulsions of the war of words with the kremlin it appears that investigators in this case are still none the wiser as to who the assassin was that smeared that nerve agent on the script pals door handle of their house in cells very. german chancellor angela merkel is in the russian black sea resort of sochi where she's been meeting putin. has the details. it didn't seem at all especially at the very beginning like two political wives internationally i mean we're meeting here and saatchi when angola merkel stepped out of her limousine vladimir putin was standing there with roses and that was just when the newly
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reappointed russian prime minister dmitri medvedev was walking out of the building and the chancellor wished him good luck in russian so you get. the message then later during the press conferences both leaders kept saying how you know political differences can stop them and their countries from being partners if not friends fish to all sorts of you we have to teach it interest to maintain good relations with russia and maintain dialogue is crucial i want to underline that if we want to overcome issues we need to conduct dialogue there are many topics where we're united. germany is one of our key trade partners we just started by german goods in higher volumes which supports jobs in germany cooperation common enterprises these are essential factors influencing the lives of germans and russians but the russian and german governments do have a whole lot of issues between them from the ukrainian crisis to even the script all
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cases and in one way or another all these issues were brought up during the talks or the press conference however since donald trump said goodbye to the so-called iranian nuclear deal berlin and moscow do genuinely see eye to eye at least on one issue no official you on germany great britain france and all our colleagues in the e.u. support the iran young nuclear deal and we are sticking to it we from the european side are discussing the situation with iran the agreement isn't perfect but it's better than none we should continue negotiating with iran and on that we are united . a lot of our programming and angola merkel promised to make an extra effort to make sure that the nuclear agreement stays in place now moving on to sanctions usually when you hear merkel talks the first thing that comes up on your mind is anti russian sanctions but so to say the season is different since economic
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sanctions and all other kinds of punishment you can think of have become the favorite toy or rather the political tool of the donald trump administration we've been hearing about all kinds of sanctions against iran against russia and even against european companies that deal with russia and those that deal with iran and in this case a joint russia german project called nord stream two for the direct russian natural gas deliveries to germany is now in jeopardy lot of our putin was asked about it his reaction was cause and he did point out that the issue of north stream too is one of the very few things if not the only thing where the obama administration and the donald trump administration share common ground. and the u.s. position on the north stream project is well known in this case we see
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a rare situation of the white house actually agreeing with the legacy of the a bomb or administration there's no doubt that these kind of summits will continue in the future and possibly next time with the leaders of france and ukraine to sort out the political crisis in that eastern european country the so-called normandy format . where it is also in sochi eleven years ago where a meeting between putin and headlines after the russian president brought along. some western journalists suggested putin was deliberately trying to intimidate me playing on dogs and she later said he had no idea that might be a problem and apologized and as our reporter mentioned there the two leaders have been long history.
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the thing. is if it's the russian president likes to drink german beer and sometimes there is a possibility that we can exchange i have also got some very good smoked fish. here and angela from time to time send me a couple of bottles of red to bag a big. well meanwhile the e.u. is stepping up its efforts to save the iran nuclear deal more on how after the break.
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trade wars don't make any sense because the only way to keep these countries dependent on the dollar is that they have to export to the u.s. in exchange for dollars because they need dollars to be part of the global economy and so when you go into a trade war and you cut that off you would kill you you put a gun to your head and commit financial suicide by killing the dollar which is what the top administration seems hell bent on doing to my.
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work i'm back the e.u. is fighting to protect its trade with a wrong despite the u.s. imposing sanctions the european commission is triggering a raft of legal measures to save the iranian nuclear deal after the u.s. pulled out the european union is committed to mitigating the impact of u.s. sanctions on european businesses and taking steps to maintain the growth of trade and economic relations between the e.u. and iran that began when sanctions were lifted artie's more against the of takes a closer look at the souring relations between the us and the new and the latest move by brussels. no arguing with it america and europe had something special a relationship unlike any other they did everything together condemned rogue regimes slapped naughty countries with sanctions even they wanted to get we
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have a very strong relationship with our friends and partners our friends and us administration we have a really great relationship blow through and allies and this is this very special relationship this is us almost too good to be true and it seems it was money trumps all now that america has unilaterally pulled out of the nuclear deal with iran it could start sanctioning european states companies that haven't the to do business with iran e.u. leaders merkel mckown others tried to change trump's mind with love. graduations and a great victory. i . think you. except
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love has nothing on money europeans a facing american sanctions that's not very nice is it not something friends would do looking at the latest decisions of president. so i want to see them fit in. with friends like that who needs enemies. europe has had enough they stand to lose cash because of america and they won't let that happen. to divert as the european commission we have the duty to protect european companies. we now need to act and this is why we're launching the process of activating the blocking statute from one thousand nine hundred six. what you're a business doing is using a statute initially developed to circumvent washington's trade embargo on cuba the law basically protects european states from laws or sanctions implemented
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outside of europe you can see a political resolution look at america's new ambassador to germany hours after being confirmed he threatens german companies as donald trump said u.s. sanctions will target critical sectors of ron's economy german companies doing business in iran should wind down operations immediately my advice after a long ambassadorial career explain your country's policies and lobby the host country but never tell the host country what to do if you want to stay out of trouble germans are eager to listen but they will resent instruction prompts bully boy tactics haven't gone down well in europe the block is finally showing its teeth so the new different to what we defend on this subject as all of us is the trading sovereignty of purity or what we demand is to be exempted without any conditions
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and limits it with news that you can't do it what do we want to be able to buy blindly to what americans tell new or do we want us europeans to say people have an economic interests a move want to have economic relations with russia what can you say every relationship has its bumps it's just that some bumps and in divorce we should not overestimate the importance of trade with iran on the all which in europe this is a matter that might be very crucial to specific smaller companies that for example have a large part of their trade with iran i mean the big companies of gold i'm going to choose. for the better and they're going to see our interests lie more with the u.s. and with iran and they're going to not to risk these kind of sanctions where the real impact is going to be remains to be seen we should not forget that the e.u. on politically on foreign policy issues it has always been strong on words on symbols but make sure real they should.
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the u.s. is refusing to support an international probe into the deaths of protesters on the israel gaza border washington voted against the plan at the u.n. human rights council and u.s. ambassador nikki haley gave a statement suggesting the u.n. has more important problems to deal with at a time when we need to a low lurches to our dictatorship iran imprisons thousands of political opponents and ethnic cleansing has taken place in burma the un so-called human rights council has decided to launch an investigation into democratic countries legitimate defense of its own border against terrorist attacks it is another shameful day for human rights all this week dozens of palestinians have been killed by israeli gunfire during border riots after the opening of the new us embassy in jerusalem and the rally is continued on friday with thousands gathering at the border fence local jenniskens was there. palestinians are here protesting again it's
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a second day of ramadan and it's very obvious that the israeli forces are still using tear gas canisters to disperse all these protesters oh. as you see tear gas is fighting the place they have been fighting to you guys as sense the beginning of the protests. we also heard a lot of live ammunition since the beginning of the protests if we can hear that i mean it says we're starting to get affected by the tear gas. i'll be here now is live ammunition and it's very obvious that the israeli snipers are trying to shoot whatever the protesters that are very close to the right collison use came here today to come a great all of the victims killed and injured in the past past seven weeks where at least one hundred five palestinians have been killed in the quick march of return and at least eight thousand palestinian protesters have been injured by live in
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munition tear gas canisters rubber bullets and other weapons this ready forces have been using that's a palestinian protesters. more news at the top of the hour. those other piece. that i love that shallow that moment caught on a bit but not that i'm i'm not is. that is know you girls. i can tell you i have killed thirteen people with missile strikes and there are one thousand six hundred and
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twenty six unnamed enemies that were killed in all the missions that i completed and i know that i know that for a fact and i know each of these persons was a human being they had a family they had friends they had lives and we ended them the possibilities are endless. seventy four design submissions. seven thousand pilings. to join judges. and eight hundred sixty nonstop days of what. a russian w.b. a champion of it. and a russian pulp stuff. show you how and why the crimean bridge was built. witnessed the construction of when you need to transport. that will help the cause
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of crimea the cost of most all those while google more familiar quite a bit by trill. we have to judge countries are friends and leaders at the rectory it's case per case so we need more objective but the reality is. you know media tries to get the facts but also leave. their worldview so this is where social media and direct communication comes in unfortunately it's sometimes called fake news or sometimes yes but it's sometimes actually a different worldview not they just fake news by powerful people.
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based on color will show has been looking enough to travel to many of the thirteen countries that have qualified for the faithful world called but it is one that stands out above all five times world champions welcome to brazil. itself in christ the redeemer looking out of a beautiful rio de janeiro to one of the world's most iconic stallions the american
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all. american all started hearing the song. venue is hosting two feet for world cup finals the first in nineteen fifty one one hundred. people. and then i was a witness over in the media tribute germany. in the two thousand and fourteen edition this is quite an incredible venue. so i'm sure about. the museum when the famous brazil should. join us on the first episode of the stan collymore show he means very little introduction. to sing some paolo but he made a lot of history here in the stadium that's the ball of the goal one thousand it
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was. over a thousand goals but there's a famous one it's a penalty yeah a penalty in the american. go with her majesty the queen come to them out of can all when made that perfectly right through this before and right i think to five she came here on the cd sixty eight ok they were sponsored a project of construction here on the cd and they came here she was a fan of fela playing and we made a match for the queen here the king of soccer and the queen of england with. the queen and. yeah that's the lesson seats and i mean the gold mine hundred these match for the queen one year before number one thousand. nine hundred gold. the walkway of fame. on the sign of the great manager of the team in knowing. and here. to donate. but we
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we know . obviously deals with his dad every time when i was eleven dad was the reason will really. always want to do well so i'm not saying i'm forced to close look like a fool for a song i want to but because. it's incredible i'm you know i'm forty years old i still get emotional when i hear this. stuff. you are off to give you a big hug. oh the reason why i wanted to be a footballer so. thank you. imagine rewinding to being that eleven year old kid and watching this they smile
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and these teammates quote things that i've still never seen on a football pitch and this was one of the football but it was a plane that will cope. i'm very lucky to have a very good football career played with and against some incredible people but zico was the man on the when i was an eleven year old inspired me to play football so more oh please god first how good was the brazilian team of nine hundred. to. study them but as you. call it for specific i guess for players like. in the brazilian national saying
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he looked like so for now. but he was you hero in that famous brazilian shirts bone marrow mill. sense and when they were it too if we. you. did it was a. was just coming. in on me. nearly and i'm. cool. with british style he you. know via the lives. lost the push to them is those emotions without a. look.
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if you're talking about food football historical documents it doesn't get much better there are journalists that will of course write great books about football and there are many many great books but for one of the fee for greatest players of all time to document his own goals his own performances i have never seen this before so this is the world. i grew up watching in this incredible team so we have . arland seven mil against the irish russia in sylvia as it is a producer is from seville. fall to the free cake alan roth started off alan rowe all this is for you remember this is the man so that's so that look the great man has written to him so one more for one. in sivia.
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one free kick no was on the phone oh yeah argentina in barcelona to the no three one and then the italy one of the greatest world cup games no props not for brazil well. michael tardelli you my friend yeah yes eleven job loss again this yes i go yes yes that's. hard kill cheat in a citizen was a dead end jobs if. you know official that he ever had in a national city. career. fascinated like me you keep notes of every game that's very unusual for a football out why did you do that kid. to me last of the who are you a moment.


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