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it's grafter also you for using the boat. some countries very rich you see they go up one of those kept a business so ultimately production in germany with a very good performance in economy it's a strange message so it's not only economy it's also economy is also economy but there's not only economy. in my country is not only money's problem because the rich not. volt for. police this is time for you to come back to greet. to greet the great the us. journalist attack today neo nazi rally in sacramento in twenty sixteen says
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california police tried to file false charges against him because of his political views he claims he wanted to film the protest which then turned violent leaving ten people injured. so to recap o'bannon is a long time activist against racism and police brutality he says he went to the right to film it but it was seriously injured by the activist claims all the evidence he had on his camera including images of the attack on iraq by police you also says police did little to protect him from being stabbed now the police in
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turn say the activist was fueling the unrest by raising his fist in the air as a symbol of black power and had wanted to charge him with assault they also say the activist was promoting extremist views on social media such a ban and says the real reason was the color of his skin. not the organization. in this white nationalist groups. in other. as media with each. other the protests by the end actually i got the minute that there was another just to try to walk through the crowd you know kind of stupidly. i got even that in the finally. tell a story of how to allow them to march. and then that's when i was that.
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i've documented police brutality protests and loots for the last couple years of course and used to be in a situation like this was this was something different. it was like a prison inmate the police let the two sides go into battle it was a little bit you know that came to me. i was hospitalized and the police came into my room stole my sim card my all of the law. erased my video when i was able to get my heart beat back later my deal was destroyed. we asked the police to elaborate on the allegations against obama now but so far they have not gotten back to us well that's not the first time the black activists have found themselves on the wrong side of the north. going to was prosecuted as a black identity extremist he was arrested for a political views expressed on his facebook posts and
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a higher so was charged with unlawful wounding after he was beaten up by white supremacists. well i phoned the terrible who ruled as rushers are in the sixteenth century is it seems are still driving people mad today a painting of him that hangs in moscow gallery was vandalized by a visitor who claims it falsifies the past. the first. i came to see that painting i was it seems celeb then dropped into the faith and drank one hundred grams of what.
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used to sing it it's still unclear whether he killed his son he's been portrayed as this old chavanon but if you look at other countries do this at the time there were no but those were terrible times i don't mean to want washington. now this is out international quarter past the hour here in moscow the drama of the champions league final wasn't complete without a russian meddling twist when explain all after the break.
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manufactured sentenced to the public will. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final merry go round. the one percent. we can all middle of the room see. these we continue to discuss only about some are matters of the mastic. seek
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spots and we don't we are nothing to give to the next generation our reason for which to be proud to be utopian these is the reason all of us kept. it it's good to have you with us today diplomatic efforts to save the iran nuclear deal are in full swing with european and iranian diplomats making enthusiastic noises but european companies operating in iran are less optimistic after u.s. president donald trump reneged on the deal he threatened sanctions against that work with tehran. he takes a closer look. it took twelve years of international diplomacy to reach a nuclear deal but trump decided to tear up and now you're pissed left are vowing to protect economic ties with iran from renewed u.s. sanctions will put where we can meet in the european union will have to protect our
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european companies and in particular the small and medium sized enterprises it is and. work so that we can maintain the framework of the twenty fifteen minutes of the american decision we will ensure that our companies can stay in. business leaders however have struck more of a pessimistic note the c.e.o. of or giant total is ready to pull out of a multi-billion dollar project and less given a waiver it's not possible to run the global company in this world to reverse that we've actually says the us system just about all of us are here if you have the world and other european companies accosting major doubt as a primacy of political system and if your premise is that this is what you're going to do then that's exactly what you're going to do they you house decided to activate a law that will ban european companies from complying with the u.s. like sions against iran but there's
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a snag the statute has never been used before and this seen by european governments as more of a political weapon than a regulation because it swells it's difficult to enforce indeed the e.u. blocking regulation could be of limited effectiveness that given international nature of the banking system and especially the exposure of large systemic banks to the u.s. financial system and u.s. dollar transactions. history has taught us the transplanting partnership has been strengthened by cooperation of trade the fence and shared values but in this current crisis and needs to be taken even if the european union would act to protect european companies. want to continue to do business review iran they cannot really prevent the united states to sanction them on the american markets they don't want to push to meet of a trade war with the european union member states be strong enough to really have
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a political reader to really. decide to come to measure us which really bites the united states beyond not so far you need a position to do this while the e.u. scrambles to save the nuclear dale this hasn't gone unnoticed by tehran which is ramping up the pressure these political support for the nuclear code is not sufficient there nonsupport of the possible withdrawal by major european companies from the corporation with iran is not consistent with the european union's commitment to implementing the deal. as it currently stands europe is talking tough on doing business without the u.s. but can the bulk really stand alone when the time comes to axe. a state of emergency has been declared in one county in maryland due to a heavy storm causing massive floods. i.
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was going. all over sides of the downpour in nearby river broke its banks and swelled through record levels some areas of water flooded the ground floor of buildings were no fatalities or missing people reported yet sunday's scenes were reminiscent of the last flood which hit maryland two years ago the two were killed at the time and a number of others were injured. so that's up to his knees. wiki leaks founder and whistleblower julian assange has been holed up in the ecuadorian embassy in london for the last several years of course fearing extradition to america however u.s. authorities have not actually made clear whether there are any actual charges against him however the office of a u.s. congressman adam schiff who is one of the top officials investigating alleged russian meddling in the presidential elections was asked why they hadn't spoken to assad yet replying that they would only do so when he was in custody of the u.s.
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department of justice so said that there is no way to prosecute him for publishing declasse are fired information as this would create a president under which journalists could be jailed simply on the basis of allegations it all comes after the wiki leaks founder reportedly reached out to shift with a request to testify. you have joined us i was willing to speak out of shit yesterday yes he told me when he walked into the why does join us i want to do that because well he's ready to show that there is no pollution but wiki leaks tweet denying that such a request has ever been made by its founder. i truly innocent of course has been a long standing nuisance for the u.s. since the foundation of wiki leaks back in two thousand and six it has published thousands of documents exposing u.s. officials diplomats the army and intelligence services a top u.s. officials have not hesitated to speak out against assad's body the son should be assassinated actually. contract maybe use a draw or something but this guy is
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a traitor a treasonous and he has broken every law the united states the guy ought to be so i'm not for the death penalty so if i'm not for the death and want to do it illegally shoot the son of a i think the man as a terrorist can act tough and say if we catch you we're going to hang you whatever wiki leaks walks like a hostile intelligence service and talks like a hostile intelligence service ignorance or misplaced idealism is no longer an acceptable excuse for lionizing these demons investigative journalism max blumenthal told us that the current us attitude towards asylum shows that the american authorities well are afraid of him. us has refused to speak to julian assange except under duress under harsh conditions possibly after solitary confinement which shows that they don't want to know what julian us knows they don't want to interrupt their narrative with with what could be facts almost no one
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in washington in the press corps will stand up and defend julian assange as a fellow journalist who is facing some of the harshest conditions any journalist in the west is facing because he embarrassed the u.s. government and he embarrassed the cia and we should also remember that there is no grand jury for julian a son is for the d.n.c. hack or leak or whatever it was it only relates to the revelation internal cia documents so this is a case that sets a precedent for the rest of the media and how other journalists will be treated if they reveal classified information and it seems like there's very little concern about that within the journalistic community in the west. you know while russia seems to be expanding its team all foreign agents now finding them even among football players and with the fifa world cup fast approaching some suspect mosque
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over resorting to unusual topics to help the national team. it is all to international thanks for joining us for the program back in about half an hour with much more.
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so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race often spearing dramatic developments only really. i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk.
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hello welcome to sophie and co i'm so not say the class of further integrate you member states together are clashing with a rising tide of anti east sentiment across the continent the latest being is really where the euro skeptics are now forming the new government how will the continental union come out of this well i sit down with my fellow raincy elice former prime minister to talk about this. shocking euro skeptic with italy's sending ripples through berlin paris and brussels throwing doubt on e.u.
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plans for tighter integration what will the block's answer be to the spread of anti e.u. sentiment how can popular discontent within the union and would force through radical change in europe. and the answer is really great to have you on our program it's been a long time we were trying to get you as a guest so amazing that you're here lots to talk about so it is about to become the first you country having a populist government first in e.u. like there were attempts in other countries but never happened so the two parties that form the coalition they're going to be in the government they represent everything you post what are your thoughts about it my view is that. we need a very good relation between government and the people but this is relation will be based and far cause the not. easy problem is what results concrete projects great
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opportunities in italy the election show a counter divided with victory for two parties will create a new government my view is now it's time to verify if the promises and the slogan of electoral campaign will be. lows or realisation in the life the baby will i am of the opposition but i am really curious we will see if after a grave electoral campaign with a grade. for the citizen those populists will be able to achieve results when your party was offered to form a coalition with the five star movement you said it's absurd and now they're
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forming a government probably the next prime minister would be from the partitive distilling it's absurd or maybe it was worth it forming a coalition with them maybe you could have done great things together i think there are a great difference between five star movement. democratic party. the people who vote for a five star movement represent an a.d.f. of. development for italy different respect to the people who vote for democrat part and vice versa so. if five star movement and democratic party should be able to create a government together nobody could understand in italy because a we are. we were derived during electoral campaign i think after elections we. make a government laws make opposition so the idea to create
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a government between two right words it's very strange now it's time for the five star movement to create a government now it's time for democratic party make a position i hope and i believe that as soon as possible very very soon in my dreams in my hopes and also in my. ideas we come back the time for us to come back to the power to come back to create a government so when you gain power in two thousand and fourteen it was like this big breath of fresh air because this young man comes out of this long period of stagnation and you said i will demolish the establishment do you feel like you. actually were able to do i think this is normal in the life in two thousand and fourteen italy had aged it be as minus two percent now the g.d.p.
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is almost plus two percent in four years every year we have one pint of g.d.p. positive this is different respect to the past i not all the countries are the very best performance by their performance but i know italy two thousand and fourteen was a country really really troubles now is a new country with more energy in a country when i start as brave i served ice up my service as prime minister in two thousand and fourteen february the number of employed jobs twenty two millions in my country now is twenty three meters one million more so in this period we increase is number of job level of us
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g.d.p. . capacity to attract for investments to reason culture. money factory export i'm really happy for the results of my country i'm not one became establishment it's more difficult than two months the fresh image the fresh approach but they know the rule of prime minister is not money they good your image their oval of prime minister is save your country so four years ago. my. servers are better but the number of jobs in italy are wars that i prefer to change direction of company to change the results of
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g.d.p. . see my personal image for my percentage i have to come back because we have time so you. i hope. so why are mentioned you promising to demolish the establishment is that these people who are now in power are also coming to power on anti-establishment slogans and. when you look at their ideas on paper they're radical so they don't have a majority in the parliament so most probably the reforms that they are proposing will go with under undergo checks and parliament so whatever you have the outcome of these reforms is not going to be what they're proposing right now do you feel like you come to power with this entire establishment sentiment but then at the end the system never really lets you change things completely this is
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a good question for a lot of reasons the sentiment. was a particularly. supported in the last year the form of a social media company. from use. social particularly dark you may view. i'm a very great fan of social media i one i was one of the forced to use the facebook and twitter instagram in my country i know in the last period in the last years a lot of people. a lot of politician use the social media not for. the country but for the rich for change of the citizens the mind of citizens stress the elements of criticism
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of skepticism of a hungry against the politicisation and establishment it's normal one other believe this is a very dangerous why because if today the populists won the election than the. sentiment and establishment became establishment they risk to have the same. reaction and the same impact in the citizens so i believe a very important try to be very honest and promote there is a project for italy and for europe a platform a program which is able to respect the promise made
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to election made it to the citizen during elections this is the point so the governor or the people who win the election how a very great responsibility let me be very clear for the populism everything is easy until to arrive to government. formerly is easier for us to have the same zilog this in parliaments this same message. is she was. able to read the election because. the two more demand called to solve the problem in france is not there is a mineral mccrum israelis of four of them are. in germany you pressure him against migrants against the. establishment against under america because every day
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every man every man is and america the woman who is a book why have to be able to solve the problem in italy the situation is different because the man the woman women with. able to change the thinks are the populists and they believe the populist everything. out the window election i am also very curious to see how long they going to stay in power because i remember you proposed a constitutional change you were in a streamlined account a tally in government system with sixty five government and seventy years but italians didn't have it in one it why's that. i lost a very important bottle and a lot of my friends told me why you risk your role your
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job your chair for. reform and usually a prime minister. lost the job for coming to meet the economy. finally knows an important news and import of recovery why he you lost to for a constitutional reform because i think for italy is absolutely important to simplify the system let me be very clear i love my country i think my country is the most amazing cancer on the world i really fall in love with the. ability of it to put nursing eataly of our. culture man and women so i really really really excited. when i think about my cunt lot of the
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sometimes i not eat ellie's is maybe one of the most complicated countries around the ward and there were of organizations you know sixty five government in seventy one here italy is kingdom of beauty intelligence of passion of food of love of why but in term of political organisation we are now the number one of the ward or our terrible complicated i tried to change i lost i lost my job but i think these was a corrupt fight this was a current bottle. you can laws some bottled but if we haven't the courage to try to change it you lost. at the for a day one so now say churchill working with a.


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