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eighty six palestinian demonstrators were injured in violence on the gaza border on friday is the eighth a week of occupation protests known as the greats march of return encourage already has been following events. since the beginning of the great march of return on the thirtieth of march at least nine thousand palestinian protesters have been injured with live ammunition to gas canisters and other weapons that israeli forces have been using against the palestinian protesters and sends the last the last death throes of today is one hundred fifteen palestinian protesters were killed as you see tensions are rising the palestinian protesters are throwing rocks and the israeli forces are i re
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acting to these are rocks with live ammunition and i can clearly see that it's ready snipers and we can hear also the live ammunition and they're stationed right here we can see like at least eight to israeli soldiers who were trying to walk towards the fence there are also other ambulances here ready to take any injury it's very obvious that's not just in us will continue to protest and won't give up on protesting the israel defense forces defended their humbling goal of the protesters they set in a tweet that the use of riot dispersal means and fire is in line with standard procedures. just hours before friday's demonstrations israel's supremum court rejected a petition by human rights groups against the use of lethal military force targeting protesters in gaza and the ruling judges also rejected the idea that the
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demonstrations have been peaceful claiming the situation amounts to an armed conflict against hamas which israel sees as a terror group the decision has outraged the human rights groups these really supreme courts completely ignored the broad factual basis presented to it by the petitioners which includes multiple testimonies of wounded and reports of international organizations involved in documenting the killing and wounding of unarmed protesters in gaza says the protests began on march thirtieth israeli forces have killed at least one hundred palestinians. oh. about that because you are not going to be a little stunned. oh. i know what it is not.
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the look we use this kind of decision by the it's a great job to go system. trying to use a system against the c.v. we have this many times and we are now we have video you see this concerns about the lives the more and more so this is kind of encourage one thing greenlighted the israeli. should be should think the worst and civilians not only should think also killing this is the time that the international community in order to be on the side of the palestinian civilians against such a getting violations committed by the israeli. court and israeli military. so it's commonality international tests on shellfish in the waters off west coast america revealed the extent of prescription drug use in the u.s.
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a story for you after the break. twenty five years ago companies or go public as a way to expand their would be a bible corporation you have to meet certain criteria for being a bible corporation and then you are allowed to go public that there are no such criteria. so if you're essentially burning through cash and going bankrupt or using the public marketplace to bail out a losing position. these we continue to discuss on the votes of our mothers of the maastricht. six bods and we don't we are nothing to give to the next generation our reason for the rich to be
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proud to be utopian these is the reason i love you a skeptic. welcome back now there are enough opioids in the waters off seattle on the west coast of america that shellfish there have tested positive for the drugs scientists say it reflects the high number of people in the surrounding area who take the substance but what we eat and what we excrete goes into the puget sound telling me that there's a lot of people taking up to code on and you know in the puget sound area it's coming likely from the wastewater treatment plants. clean muscles were put into
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more than a dozen locations in puget sound three of them were later confirmed to be contaminated waste water management can't filter out the opioids the muscles are unable to metabolize the drugs but other sea life can and may become addicted but this is the first time scientists have discovered the drugs in local shellfish there has been more than two hundred thousand prescription overdose deaths in the u.s. since nine hundred ninety nine between that year and two thousand and sixteen over those deaths have almost quadrupled six hundred fifty thousand prescriptions are dispensed daily and policy research under me thinks that overprescription is behind the epidemic. the real problem is not that you can detect oxy code in shellfish the real problem is that over exposing the united states to this highly addictive drug has led to an epidemic of opioid addiction and overdose deaths in the united
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states doctors are prescribing opioids for very common problems where opioids should not be prescribed these are good medicines for treating pain at the end of life there are good medicines when used for a couple of days after major surgery but the bulk of the prescribing the bulk of the consumption in the united states is for long term common problems where opioids are much more likely to harm patients than help patients if other countries increase prescribe in the way we did in the united states i'm afraid that they will follow in our footsteps. the international economic forum in russia's northern capital of the petersburg wraps up today it puts together more than fifteen thousand business men investors and politicians on friday a panel of world leaders from russia japan china and france discussed the main economic and political struggles of today. trying to has more from the meeting.
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for now for one congress hall event was precious because rank one and in one case rang to politicians from such a global powerhouse as france russia japan and china talked about everything there is to worry about in international politics today not behind closed doors hot and cold donald trump at one point says no to his talks to kim and decides to ditch the iranian nuclear deal and there you have it the life of vladimir putin and magical macro and thanks to the st petersburg international economic forum are sitting shoulder to shoulder and sharing their thoughts on it here's a taste of the highlights. and we're going to do it sure that we have to do everything possible to save the deal the u.s. president hasn't closed the doors a negotiation he says he's dissatisfied with
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a number of issues in the deal but he doesn't exclude talks with iran it's a two way road the door must remain open i think not all is lost and i offer it is a trump has lost the battle to me no one followed his decisions and now we have to make good on fulfilling our obligations. under the china hopes for peace and stability on the korean peninsula under no circumstances should we allow ball to break out in the region that's why we should promote the process of demilitarization to take i asked for the summit between north korea and the us i think we have to do everything to make this summit happen credit so that many issues can be resolved. the richest situation is that everyone plays football but the use the rules of judo that's chaos that's where we're heading to sanction bludgeon is not only being used on russia. but you have any advice in the world in terms of how to deal with president trump because you are
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somebody who was. associated with the election of president term but a provocator you have got nothing to do a chance election campaign and you think you are not a natural provoke a tough. decision i believe in french foreign policy that's based on independents because they're all things that really very closely to the us like foreign security and the latest post emanuel said that europe and the u.s. have mutual obligations in europe depends on the u.s. in the realm of security but you don't have to worry about that and it will help the. who provide security as journalists we are always happy when the movers and shakers have so many things to say about what's going on around the world but the st petersburg form is originally about business so they three as the to count all the digits on the many contracts that were signed here.
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as donald trump demands an investigation into the f.b.i. allegedly wiretapping him during his presidential election campaign left leaning journalists who traditionally criticize the intelligence agencies are now seemingly endorsing better role a similar kong reports. when it comes to intelligence agencies like the cia f.b.i. and n.s.a. there's always been a certain segment of the american population that questions not only their credibility but their legitimacy as well but seemingly from those who once stood firmly against the u.s. intelligence community have become its staunchest defenders now we have this meeting to investigate the investigators there has been demanded by the president
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of the united states who is just himself the subject of the investigation i think that's the kind of thing that republicans in particular ought to pay attention to rather than the notion of a deep state conspiracy of which there is no evidence but that it exists meet veteran journalists carl bernstein while working for the washington post first to expose president nixon's role in the watergate scandal that eventually forced him out of office but what most people don't know about bernstein is that he wasn't a big fan of the u.s. intelligence community to put it lightly his parents who were new dealers actively involved in the anti segregation movement were branded communists and bernstein himself was under f.b.i. investigation after he left the washington post in seventy seven his interest in the questionable histories of these intelligence agencies proceeds and he started to look into the cia's suspiciously cozy relationship with the media and within a matter of months first scenes groundbreaking investigation into the cia's
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infiltration into the media world was published in the rolling stone but bernstein who at one time was targeted by the intel community nothing but president from attacks against the f.b.i. are destroying america we are seeing a breakdown i think we may look back on tonight as the monday night slaughter of the administration of justice in our institutions of justice for this formerly anti-establishment journalist who spent his entire career fighting the intel communities abuse of power trust presidency appears to have brought about a political one eighty and he's not alone. the american civil liberties union that once want every single one of the intel to be subpoenaed says support of the f.b.i. says into a raid from lawyers office we also believe in the rule of law is an essential foundation for civil liberties and civil rights in fact this love for the f.b.i. is pretty widespread among democrats their approval rating went up from sixty percent in twenty four two to sixty nine percent for two thousand and fifty two i
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never it up that i would live to see a time when the so-called liberal democrats would be in the position of defending the us intelligence community the cia on the left it was reviled sure countless crimes and around the world of the f.b.i. and the cia have been historically sources repression and oppression of people of color of people trying to educate for positive change on the left deadly enemies of the left they always have been historically and they still are so what we have going on now with the trump investigation and robert mueller and this n.b.c. constantly going on and on about the f.b.i. is a sacred institution fighting for truth justice and the american way well we have going on now is a classic example of the enemy of my enemy is my friend. well those are your thoughts day morning headlines we'll be back at the top of the hour with all the latest on is that if you can't.
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but not on no. indulge one for boardwalk here not war then. across europe victims are starting legal battles demanding at least some compensation. in two ways first of all the physical damage itself but as well there's a constant reminder that the people who actually perpetrated this crime has never been able to justice and there's been a couple of. you never know what's around the corner you never know what's in the pub you can walk into any site excitement is that now and that's where the adrenaline rush comes from. and you can easily move by definition and the extremes to all. the violence is a part and it's almost
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people. this is a special tent. it fills the freshly poured concrete from direct sunlight and rank . this section when be opened until the concrete has hardened enough. to look good if you look up when you pull one of the of the bridge on. the concrete next is prepared according to a special recipe that has to be high performance concrete that's extremely stable in water. or larger ship with. the i use here. by a four. foot that. anyone who's ever built their own data hasn't afraid of concrete.
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what's what it is what it is why did you know what. to show for you when the book was both. ok i know you're sitting there having a laugh and thinking there was scuba divers down there waiting for my signal to release a couple of dolphins but honestly the truth is much more straightforward lots of plankton builds up around the palace and that attracts fish and that you know what attracts the dolphins. what is. it little boy. mystically you didn't. get. once again rashad says visiting on to reno as he still failed to find the bride will try scientific approach a little into this location or would he go to georgia to see dates of course the old what you're going to name two months arena just rashad adopting the strategy
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instead of scouring crimea you should look for a bride here and some are. moving here the last few little words there's a little more sensitive to the legend here the soup lists there are more took a. poll on wrong. your point so. it's interesting you can you go to them you put up a scot just like you want you to just have seen a sinus light this is how vehicles board the ferry literally bumper to bumper it's hire some ordeal first you have to wait in line for tickets then line up for inspection then again to actually board what they're going. after all that even in good weather and depending on how many cars there are the crossing can say two to three hours even though the actual sailing time is only
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fifteen to twenty minutes but if it's stormy forget it you stay ashore praying for the weather to break. but i. just got here close to right with a little well it was a little bit more disconcerting. ferries have the cerro of romance about them i really hope they keep going after the bridge opens a bit. you know and i made it across the straits she's going on and all this at her shots in some aren't. serenus prophecy was frights shots has finally found a bride a schoolteacher called elvira. and now they're off to sin for all people to shop for a wedding dress. that circus three hours to get from to monte kirk's because there was no queue at the crossing then another three and a half hours to simferopol that's almost seven hours in total but when the bridge
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opens for shots no virar will be able to reach them for opal and half the time. yet look i think this is. the best the good the good love us. because it is the issue and. get us in. some should in. no way to feel. to cut. that down it was the process one because we're almost no. two just not. installing the bridges which is the grand culmination of the project before the
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arch was installed it was just two and the painted sections heading towards each other once the arch is installed it becomes a bridge built up finished. both arches were built and catch the whale while it was first to be installed the bridge builders did something quite unique. to shift the arch towards the fairway they laid it out to floating pontoons. the six thousand ton bomb all started plowing through the water. here it's been placed over the falling between the pillows few hours later and it's lifted into place by a special giant jerks. looking
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to sell out it's hard to believe that the man is capable of anything quite so grand . just six weeks later the bridge builders pulled the same trick again but the highway arch this time. on the black sea coast is so well as home to one of crimea's most beautiful light houses just fifty kilometers from courage and surprisingly it still works and still lights the way for passing ships. because those guns and pistols keep almost all. the more solid sure. the city of moore. but if you will not. be your cause so look positions you've just thursday to get out the. just another ten kilometers drive south from the lighthouse and you find yourself
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in the school reserve the way you can see incredibly beautiful salt lakes delightful babies and the mysterious grotto. it's all very romantic. view of the court got a bit of ideals. in. the coming though. this boy son teach me what he knew on. the ship that one of those going to see if you're going to go because you. knew nothing about the arts. so. it's a very important day for shots no viera is there in the car or a muslim wedding ceremony. all of the shots relatives aunts sisters and brothers are here all of them. getting cold feet so she's reluctant to leave the car.
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with come to the con spec mosque and starry crim it's one of the most ancient mosques on the peninsula. some seven hundred years ago starry crim or caribbean as it was known then was the golden horde's administrative center. it's also the origin of crimea's modern name. this is the location ryszard chose for his nichol. to be honest i've never been inside a mosque before says just as exciting for me as it is for the bride and groom. i don't understand a single word but even so it's very moving. always
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wanted to come here in winter and yesterday there was literally a stall i can't imagine how the builders can stand this weather. i've been on the bridge for about ten minutes and my face already feels as though it's being caught in a siberian frost during a storm crane operations are suspended but today the wind has subsided and work is on the way the renew it. first you go who goes near. when you have all the news your. clothes just the school your voice you could. go to. work there were debacle over from everywhere in.
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the building a but if you just know both the powerful or both or most of the book will see. more . world war two. the working man the canteen is sacred in fact it's like a factory all by itself. it is actually comparable to the construction site. is a typical lunch. one thousand and eighty liters of soup two hundred seventy kilos of salad one hundred twenty kilos of meat patties thirty kilos of humpback salmon and vegetables fried chicken forty five kilos not to mention five hundred liters of fruit coolio you have to agree that's pretty epic. either washed or quickly if you can but here's stitching up or so you get that only you can not
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figure what's next for you. this you mean your words not show some of those that are strong. get more support for what you shop or cosmo or yes the. canteen works around the clock breakfast is prepared one night lunches cooked in the morning from lunchtime onwards they make dinner and the search continues. for shoes. that were forward. little stand up now for. the motion of the first floor mr simmons does it for when used to know who was cool straight boldness and. good lit up would look good with your little of those portraits and those. convos with just. such a. system
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