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position of condemning potentially horrific abuses also in the guns to carry them out they are they have always been i mean there's really not actually they've increased their offices roads in critical occasionally so the more the more shareholders go. we do so but yeah. right i mean we can really only thing i really believe them and i sure hope the people working at the. already you know they're. buying these rules. they can see where i was where those children were coming in one by one them without legs. i don't. know i think they were. israeli army denies using excessive force against protesters it accuses hamas of fueling the riots the new reports of the i.d.f. deploying heavy weaponry appear almost every day on sunday at the gaza health ministry said that three palestinians have been killed by israeli tank fire earlier
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the i.d.f. posted this video saying that it attacked a hamas military post in gaza and had to detonate a bomb that at that operation apparently preceded the tank fire incident and political analyst michel barak says that israel has every right to protect its borders the ones that were killed were close to the border they were either throwing molotov cocktails throwing stones shooting trying to do whatever they could to break through the border fence in order to kill israeli citizens please don't call them protesters we don't care how old they are if hamas is willing to put up teenagers or others that are young or old or elderly even in order to break through the israeli border the israeli army will stop them that's reasonable the fact that there have been countries that have condemned israel i will say so what every country needs to protect their border every country needs to protect their. citizens at the same time the buildings of
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a small better win village on palestinian territory are about to be demolished with e.u. missions in jerusalem calling on israel to stop it it asks that the community be allowed to quote live decently although the israelis say the village was built without permission in the first place. it's the only school here and there are no others i can go to jericho just traffic is so have if they come and tear our school down the whole study sitting on the ground. at the gym or how that had left them obviously to hear the house brick the school
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piece from it was a day here. as bedouins been injured most of their bodies. which mean israel is halting not only this settlement. seems to quit trying to do some of it i don't know what is. a journalist attack that a neo nazi rally in sacramento in twenty sixteen says california police tried to file false charges against him because of his political views he claims he wanted to film the protest which then tied violent leaving ten people injured.
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so 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 the activist claims all the evidence he had on his camera including images of the attack were erased by police he also says police did little to protect him from being stabbed by the police and to say the activist was fueling beyond rest by raising his fist in the air as a symbol of black power and that actually wanted to charge him with assault they also say the activist was promoting extremist views over social media and my colleague kevin owen earlier asked cedric o'bannon what he thought the real reason for the charges were why would the police though have sympathies with neo nazis again if you imagine in their own private lives there are some bad eggs there are
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people that you don't understand how they're thinking you said all the police there that day there was not one that was really looking out for you a journalist simply as you say peacefully documenting this clash. this is a problem with racism in america this is why somebody like the present in the united states will get r t v and it's you know well there's a problem with violence on both sides it's trying to please. not only ask. is the same thing is a. listen now this situation this again it is only talks of the final i see here is whether national sympathies you know heaps all the nazi or that's all you can do what is. it was hoped he. was not in that they were little things then to minimize those. we've asked the police to
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elaborate on their allegations against about him but so far no response it's not the first time the black activists found themselves on the wrong side of the law. but logan was prosecuted as a black identity extremist he was arrested for political views expressed on his facebook posts and the andrea harris was charged with unlawful wounding after he was beaten up by white supremacists. so ivan of the terrible who ruled as russians are in the sixteenth century still has a hold over some of the country today a painting of him that hangs in moscow's gallery was vandalized by a visitor who claims it falsifies the past.
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i came to see the painting i wanted to leave but then dropped into the by faith and drank one hundred grams of water. to train using his new bones hussan the new it's still unclear whether he killed his son he's been portrayed as this old tube on and mostly if you look at other countries rule is at the time there were no but it's a. program continues in just a moment. join
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me every thursday on the alec simon show and i'll be speaking to guest on the world of politics small business i'm show business i'll see that. twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest. but there was one more question and by the way who's going to be our coach. guys i know. he's a huge star and. you have to be the center of the. great . game you are the rock at the back nobody gets past that we need you to. go. alone. and i'm really happy to join. us for.
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this special. needs to just. play just a dish and make it up as we go. just twenty twenty past here in moscow diplomatic efforts to save the iran nuclear deal are in full swing with european and iranian diplomats making enthusiastic noises the e.u. foreign policy chief. said on monday that old economic relations between european companies and iran will be protected but then already how do you know. she put in place a set of measures to make sure that the new pew research and. investments from begin. from other sites in the woods. however companies operating in iran are less optimistic after u.s.
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president the deal he threatened sanctions against those that might work with tehran. takes a closer look. it took twelve years of international diplomacy to reach a nuclear deal that trump decided to tear up and now you are pissed after vowing to protect economic ties with iran from renewed u.s. sanctions put where we can meet in the european union will have to protect our european companies and in particular the small and medium sized enterprises it is and we will work so that we can maintain the framework of the twenty fifteen do you in spirits of the american decision we will ensure that our companies can stay in the wrong business leaders however have struck more of a pessimistic note the c.e.o. of all 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 through the reviews that we've used as a u.s.
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system. yet 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 us like sins against iran but there's 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 a 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 us financial system and us dollar transactions. history has taught us the transplanting partnership has been strengthened by cooperation of trade defense and shared values but in this current crisis and mission needs to be taken even if the
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european union would act to protect european companies. want to continue to do business review they cannot really prevent the united states to sanction them on the american markets they don't want to push to bully me to have a trade war with the european union member states be strong enough to relive the political really to really decide the countermeasure us which really night united states we are not so far in your position to do this while the e.u. scrambles to save the nuclear dail this hasn't gone unnoticed by tehran which is ramping up the pressure these political support for the nuclear court is not sufficient then ounce one of the possible withdrawal by major european companies from the corporation with iran is not consistent with the european union's
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commitment to implementing the deal as it currently stands here appears talking tough on doing business without the u.s. but can the bloc really stand alone when the time comes to act. a state of emergency has been declared in one county in the u.s. state of maryland to a heavy storm causing some record breaking floods. besides the downpour a nearby river broke its banks and swelled to record levels in some areas water flooded the ground floor of many buildings and no fatalities or missing people reported sunday's scenes reminiscent of the last flood to hit maryland two years ago two people were killed about time and a number of others were injured yes. there's been another hint that the u.s. plans to indict a wiki leaks founder and alleged russian intelligence operative mr julian as songe
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u.s. congressman adam schiff who oversees are russia probe says he would accept testimony from a songe but only if using custody the wiki leaks founder reportedly wanted to testify . you have julius 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 we're here leagues use you to tweet denying that such a request had ever been made by its founder julian assange though has been a longstanding nuisance for the u.s. since the foundation of wiki leaks in two thousand and six it has published a thousands of documents exposing u.s. officials and diplomats the army and intelligence services and top u.s. officials have not hesitated to speak out against assad's. this guy is a traitor a treasonous and he has broken every law the united states the guy ought to be and
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i'm not for the death penalty so if i'm not for the death penalty want to do it illegally shoot the son of a. 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 journalist up next blumenthal told us that a saunders activities make officials in washington the. 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 assange knows they don't want to interrupt their narrative with with what could be fact almost no one 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
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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 assigned for the d.n.c. hack or leak or whatever it was it only relates to the revelation of 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. meanwhile russia seems to be expanding its team of foreign agents now finding them even among foreign football players with the fifa world cup last approaching some suspect resorting to unusual topics to help the national team.
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it is off the international law back with more. i've been saying the numbers mean something they matter the u.s. has over one trillion dollars in debt more than ten white collar crime stamping
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each day. eighty five percent of global wealth you longs to be all for rich eight point six percent market saw a thirty percent rise last year some with four hundred to five hundred three per second per second and bitcoin rose to twenty thousand dollars. china's building two point one billion dollars a i industrial park but don't let the numbers overwhelm. the only numbers you need to remember in one one business show you can afford to miss the one and only. fifty years ago breaking within tolkien's again as a sleeping pill does this is what i believe god does. this sort of thinks what terrible. is shawn in dodge one for boardwalk more to hear not that warm welcome us across europe victims are starting legal battles
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demanding at least some compensation. in two ways first will the physical damage itself as well that the constant reminder that the people who actually perpetrated this crime has never been able to justice and there's been a couple of. women all make this manufacture consent to instant of public wealth. when the rooming classes protect themselves. in the final merry go round the sun be the one percent told. to ignore middle of the room see. the real news real world.
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you never know what's around the corner you never know what's in the pub you're going to walk and you never know who's going to be there and it's the excitement it's that not knowing that's where the adrenalin must comes from thank. you legalism is by definition an extreme sort of football support because you're prepared to fight for the reputation and name of your football club.
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the violence is a part of it and it's the schizophrenia gang culture like it's a part time gang culture where you can do all these things and behave like that. i. believe in islam is that least if you try and involves it's constantly evolving. vertebral market zero zero. zero zero over towards zero.
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despite owning three restaurants he still prefers to tenderize and grill me to himself it isn't just his stuff and clients who called him the shelf chef is the nickname of the founder of the wise men from gothenburg one of the most violent gangs of football hooligans in europe. back down extremity and into heaven anyways so strong think it's ok to football he wanted a family and everything in stockholm about it and now it's all more violent supporters and for them yes it was kind of easy targets for authority doing trips over there risking pubs you know just to rest people and a few us finally had enough and like ok it will fight back. from me and it's more like self defense most of my boot and sort of we've had to do this is that it is more or fans started going to trips abroad. i mean standing up i
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read stall or wrecked stuff i was stabbing was it standing face before is a small like old school fighting storming pogs closing each other you know rewards you know people are using sticks and knives and bottles and everything would you ever get your hands on chairs now it's more violent but there roylance was more respect and you didn't have any leads and actually want to kill each other. and in the am i die well nobody's actually died now it's more sportsmanship well for this fight. i don't i don't. i. i. don't. get together on haunted posters both stated tykes put on the throne sixty plus and. when a young you really have to show yourself you have to participate in all the fights
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you have to go to games. or if i think it's really important if you and i will be along you can play can blame oh my girlfriend don't want to go we had to go. thank you thank you for the unfussy fight maybe six times a year i mention be too old to get away six times a year well. they're. trying out these days here and i have to train at least three times a week to see you in chief i'm not on my show you know i mean i've got to take out daughter twenty five the strongest try to sell me trying to foist on us my father to the team so you don't want to have someone who's just hanging over. the phone oh. no oh well.
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almost everyone is too much show some training distanced. yes bassist starbucks is . saying and i may. find that we tried to train together here. grandparent that we did i think we see on monday for when they come where they would go you know that's going to try to get to the number salute them with a piece and stuff like that so it's different every day. because sometimes we both are sick with gathering and sometimes we get that the. central
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time is the one before there may be a year due to that there's a one to four team time and we miss the group but also. the best way to find out here is so if there is stuff that we look for or just finding them to hold or something like that to let them know before today most of the game it depends. we think there is still. the pub so we don't have a team firefight with on plus us with on third person and usually. the one to three minutes let's get it to we. got them. on the ground or they run away or both they're going to sit around and so technical it's more about sceptical numbers feel some one on em games yeah ram and bang and everything so if we stand up we will start till. you get into that because there was an interesting. because of all of the
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on screen from scandinavia that probably the most crazy i think that any one of the most right wing friends. that's quite scary. if some of the extreme for. the wise men and badly boys such all of those guys it is all about the fight becomes about the confrontation clubs know every game but when you've got a local rivalry it will be if there is any vanity it will be about who comes out on top.
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of the list. came into the room in. the greek capital is divided into zones of influence between the greens and the reds and i said i goes into libya because supporting hooligans. are just like every day something of a different. kind of a thing if. you know about the long after the with lots become of the why
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don't the same be difficult. but also want to. but i will make a start of it on the some of your limit on the cost of honest things on someone essential scuffling in the sample mosque on the board like you but i think it's a phenomenon like it's one of only. god we can point to become the focus of the law we should be thankful you all one just cause an essential that's going to last them off they've only got the one without the long term this last one that you know so long and. sick on. the mind that you don't like saying it's getting a loss you know it's awful and somebody else. but i don't want to do this the others like i actually so think i'm one of the times when you've got to psych. of them read all of them read. one of the thirty no one know if this is.
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just what they loose. off if you want to fix on some of you it's this. to. make you so much like i thought i might i'm going to keep. said gustus and go see this ever live this fucking about three months and. they said almost on a fair amount of freedom i brought a pashtun. rivalry between the fans of two athens based clubs nothing like us has become a war of attrition that has raged for decades the conflict has seen dozens of young greeks mutilated and even killed. every ounce and still be provoked street fights in southern europe the fair play rules between hooligans are really observed the
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