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it's still does it this month that most. of the. stork but it's just in will. be because that's because it's. each day more than two hundred pieces of construction equipment and a fleet of molten twenty four autographed artwork helping those less than ten sell some stuff. never before has there been a project on this scale in russia. in july twenty seventh team hunted set up a freelance journalist working with atif militant shelling in syria. on his second fight scotty has established a holiday also to have
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a memorial they will recognize more reporters who often risk their months with the sake of the truth and through that piece you can submit to your published works in a video form britain for much until june the twelfth go to a dot on t.v. dot com. you never know what's around the corner never know was in the pub even to walk into a nice that excitement is that now and that's where the adrenalin rush comes from. is a move by definition and extreme so will support. violence is a part. of schizophrenia. where you can do all these things and behave badly. they're portable horsepower. a little while. before the last. one this man infirmed
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. war policy from the start. i would roll the window. to get a hold of. many of these images at least a few times but the involves it's constantly evolving. twenty eighteen coverage we've signed one of the greatest kill people. but there was one more question and by the way it's going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's a huge star and a huge amount of pressure you have to be the center of the beach but tell me. all the great. you are the rock at the back nobody gets to you we need you to get going let's go. alone.
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and i'm really happy to join. us for. this special one come on. me to just say the radio. the latest edition to make up a bigger. this is an absolutely amazing place like tuck rock also known as the crimean dead sea they say it's one of the best spas in the whole world it's about
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a forty minute drive from courage to the lake for you dom where. you smile if you guessed that is up look on us no doubt so you know but i mean you see i'm not i would say what you mean but i thought it was a book which if you don't know if that was what the drugs were you see a lot it's awful to feel it's just. too fucking c.s.l. me watching me stuff gets you. nothing that i cannot see cannot. remember. what it. is but gadgets that make you like to be cheap but. it's not an ever. stop. rock stupid yes we. need to move those yeah the
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boys i got. to. deal with little food for. the new breeders your words are more stupid than you would get with the building you play in the fields. pushing money. in this area where people have to work on water lifejackets a compulsory. safety. taken very seriously they told me a gust of wind could easily push me into the sea. with my mrs just wouldn't know but i knew somehow that fear was even the way the mist stood could be a little for the bridge will have to spend i way the railway and they'll
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be supported by these piles the title by heat of steel back in a charge is about ten thousand times. but if you chose to fight good the might be in the fire that you'd like your. see would you. go to my poor i'm uploading full of them i mean you about. now that the piles have been driven and we can build a pella you can clearly see how the island work is one of another the piles. it's almost as though the construction workers are literally weaving the skeleton of the pillar. eventually the concrete will be pulled over the whole structure. when you turn to fish you both will go if you are near the food the pool if you flues is not good q when did i. know i see you. wish you could go could go though this. weekend i think.
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i scored was a we were. yes it's three days but he was able to use google much too much here post but i think you must go by minutes. to sort of guide you and show you more of a. storyboard of the results out of. what happened with you but. you come to the commission if you. go you go i do know is the only on your watch. but you know they're still with the money and. i'm not going your. i would like to be bold and float so you can both load you up with a little bit ago the youth playing so. concrete players through these giant halves and. the guys working on the pellet the pouring it all over the skeleton. surrounding my little while.
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playing here you can clearly see that the left pillar is ready on the one on the right are still being taught. such as your feet on the copperhead really doing. things to their workouts was around mom has come in search of a bride at one of the major toss or festivals known as head or they scuttlebutt then if again you know what they're going there i think rashad speed seemed picky just look at how many pretty girls there are go back on the clock love play. place or care they got and we're going to seriously about forty dollars and this was going to have a nice ever. so big they're my associate never let us hope the top was a sure they're safe and all but it was
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a wee bit support for the city or the to their the want to play we never did find out who the mysterious sylvia from some for opal was because she didn't show off. the table to. get to the water shots is looking for a bride i'm searching for torch encourage the belief. there's always a special victory day celebration in curch this to the city's last two days on may the eighth there is a procession by torchlight and on the nines the best of victory day parade. the income smalls introduced this torchlight procession in the seventy's to commemorate the dead curch residents carrots watches all the way through town and up mount mitra dogs. around you know. much of this the payout the just thoughts of death the sense of chests your muscle
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not all. so my friends have few ever get to visit crimea during the may holidays do go to courage to see that swartz procession and maybe even join in. a little. but as usual i'm preoccupied with troops this is part of the tribute fight that i'm preparing for will be the first of the foot. of. the year to be governor bush just the.
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us job can't be easy my behind feels numb just from sitting here in the ferry crossing is still a long way away. makes things better for you not to have to watch the biggest mob rule since you left to be so much of judicious old gets up at the digital age to do a good little fill from the ashes if you will that is just about selling out over the last evening. we prepared the joint now we need to weld the pipes together. you still must also work with school. most valuable what each of you are. welding each circular joint is like docking the international space station. the third in full moon full of the four though the full moon of the. nipple and should never do so for food good good for the. kids you know the lead in the battle for.
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the bridge arches were built in curch and became a bit of a local attraction. residents come here at the weekends to watch the building process. and. for a change it's a boy ottawa. for the bush to see what. it's also become quite a popular hideaway for courts and couples. and their shots still doesn't have any wants to take a sightseeing. cut off decided to take her shots fades in my own hands and act as a matchmaker and. we're sitting here eating and talking about life in general food
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here is a very serious business conference. if you keep some staring at his phone he might never find himself a bright. person civilly as a doctor like her mother her father is a beekeeper. in the polls for sumo this is good news. if you don't feel it's. ok for the kids if you get booked for one you know there's a list of a good. look at the list and you were you struck it's a good move when your statistic. which it's going to come. protected him him it took the burden. of the system most of us leave. well he looks like a failed as a matchmaker. meanwhile we've received a message saying that a rainstorm has said and. done on here for their spear
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scarcer was there's just so stuff. i. sometimes storms can mean people are stuck for two or even three days but at least i'm stuck at home it's a chance to take a few selfies with waves in the background and enjoy nature. well that was what kept us live in those yet. on serene the sister has. just had a rest after her four hour trip since i'm on from curch and now it's time to paint the town red. it's an important day today the vine festival.
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while the bridge builders are hard at work the people here are just relaxing. for everyone who's ever been since i'm on takes lasting memories away like this famous writer and poet. who was only here for two days and was mugged by smugglers and events that made it into his famous novel the hero of our time. who use the graphic new book. further. some of what i'm going to use just. enough. but the most of you maybe even me.
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fifty years ago breaking with into a concert going on as a sleeping pill does this is what i mean those are two of those shared this thought the side effects were terrible but not on earth. indulge one for boardwalk. nor war then boom boom of across europe victims are starting legal battles. demanding at least some compensation. to waste first will the physical damage itself as well give a concert mind to the people who could take this call it has never been the justice and. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter to us as over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime stamping each day. eighty five percent of
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global wealth you want to be all for rich point six percent market saw thirty percent just last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per circuit for shock and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china is building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember one one business shows you can't afford to miss the one and only. i. thought. i. was.
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going to. be. in the stories that shaped the way he is one of the few news outlets invited to north korea to witness what is said to be the demolition of its own the nuclear test site. to go. however you speak into a massive cloud of darts another day another diplomatic u. turn though from donald trump to see hints that the historic summit with north korea may be back on despite pulling out days earlier. regretted. that. this week the same petersburg international economic forum saw global business the design the political elite gather in russia's northern capital or take a closer look at what was one of the most anticipated meetings between the french
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and russian leaders. are they welcome the latest developments and look back at what's been happening to you over the last seven days you're watching a weekly here on r.t. international. that north korea has taken a highly symbolic step as pyongyang appeared to destroy its only no nuclear test site in front of the world's cameras on thursday r.t. correspondent he calls you diana was among a select group of journalists invited. for indeed beijing international airport as you can see behind me we're being greeted like celebrities here have bills to go to north korea and now we will be proceeding to check in to our flight.
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so you walk out of any airports what's the first thing you expect to see it's a bustling crowd of people pushing and shoving it's a taxi drivers offering their often overpriced services well check this out nothing of this sought here it's just an empty parking lot and three buses that will take us to the city. this is where i will be spending the next eleven hours or so my very own oriental express i guess so check out the room the first thing to notice about it is the windows the blinds are shot there is some sort of a seal and we're not allowed to even peek from them never mind film anything is an air conditioner some beverages but really not much left to do but to go to bed.
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everybody so we just woke up it's six in the morning but check this out i just want to show you something really quickly they've opened the window blinds a rope so we probably means we're really really close. so we finally arrived this is the dog station we're being told a cylinder now we're up for a bus ride these are the buses that will take us through the next leg of our journey. behind the east northern tunnel number two that's where five nuclear tests five most recent nuclear tests have been conducted people here are reassuring are saying that there have been no radiation leaks that the environment is good but many journalists they think that well it's better safe than sorry as you can see some are wearing respirator masks and some crews have taken. meters with them to this
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trip which were confiscated at the customs we were also handed out these yellow safety helmets. were there over there and now everything is being turned into a massive cloud of dust. those barracks were used for living for the soldiers to to locate soldiers and workers there well now north korea is showing that it is destroying the infrastructure to. surround this trip we have been made very clear that what we've been treated to on
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this trip was a privilege not to many people here in north korea get to experience it done of reporting from north korea see. well on the same day that pyongyang raised its nuclear facility there to the grand the u.s. president abruptly canceled in the story meeting with kim jong un said you were for june however an offer the first time with donald trump that changed within a matter of hours because on saturday he then said that the get together might still happen. but we're doing very well in terms of the summit with north korea so we're looking at june twelfth in singapore that hasn't changed. it to terminate the plan summit in singapore in june twelfth. everybody. you know that better than anybody world continues to come to terms with donald trump's unpredictability and just a day after he announced that the historic summit in which he would meet with kim
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jong un in singapore was called off well now he seems to be hinting that it may be back on the table so what changed his mind once again what appears to have been a statement made by north korea and which they said they were still open to meeting and sitting down with the united states at any time now seems particularly sensitive to these statements from north korea his previous decision to cancel the summit was also based on a statement from north korea this is donald trump sadly based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement i feel it is inappropriate at this time to have this long planned meeting north korea has actually released three american prisoners and they've actually gone as far as to blow up their only nuclear test site however it seems that for donald trump words speak louder than actions some people are looking on this and saying that maybe something deeper is going on beneath the surface here perhaps this is what you might call a psychological tactic of attrition donald trump did after all right the art of the
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deal and it seems like he might be playing a hardball in the lead up to a potential meeting or no potential meeting with north korea people wonder what the ultimate outcome will be but it seems like only donald trump really knows what's going to happen next who know what he thought to i suspect least of all don't we try knows what he thought i mean this is somebody who jumped into the main thing first of all quick of an affair it's up a drawing there's no. policy behind this is somebody who is into making headlines and appeasing the base what we're seeing is a huge no evil to you in the current american administration when it comes to foreign policy making. now the world's business and political elite gathered this week in russia's northern capital some petersburg the international economic forum brought together more than fifteen thousand business titans investors and also politicians and on friday a panel of world leaders from russia japan china and france discussed the key
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economic and political challenges facing the world today. sure that we have to do everything possible to save the deal the us president hasn't closed the doors a negotiation he says he's dissatisfied with a number of issues in the deal but he doesn't exclude talks with iran which is a two way road the door must remain open i think not all is lost. i couldn't change the terms decision on iran but at least i tried i explained it this agreement was signed using international efforts i think that president trump has refused to sign a two thousand and fifteen agreement because he was initially signed by his predecessor who is as he thinks by definition. china hopes for peace and stability on the korean peninsula under no circumstances should we allow water breakout in the region that's why we should promote the process of demilitarization to. ask for the summit between north korea and the u.s. i think we have to do everything to make this summit happen so that many issues can
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be resolved. but do you have any advice of the world in terms of how to deal with the president from because you were somebody who was. associated with the election of president term. a provocator i've got nothing to do or trump selection campaign and you are not a natural. i believe in french foreign policy that's based on independence there are things that tie is really closely to the u.s. like foreign security. emanuel said that europe and the u.s. have mutual obligations europe depends on the u.s. in the realm of security which you don't have to worry about that will help will provide security. while the most anticipated meeting was between emanuel and that he made putin he was the french leaders first visit to russia as president. was there is the day unfolding.
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this year in front of the cameras is going to happen right here. for now if you were a diplomatic rock brawl schmall none of that tapping on the shoulder but a few smiles were visible out there. now that the presidents are busy talking inside that palace it's all about what they'll choose to say to the journalists in a few hours. and now the press conference begins and that's right. that was when emanuel macron surprised the people in the room first but then his speech went on to resemble somewhat of a love letter to russia he spoke for about four times longer than vladimir putin then also showed off his affection for some of the big names in russian literature like souls.


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