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time if they're follow their diktats from washington and the potential of those companies being penalized in the european union so it puts these companies in a very difficult situation but this i think is only applicable to the very large multinational corporation is that have exposure to different regions perhaps the as amy sector the slump is a small to medium enterprises that are operating in the european union they may want to do trade with iran and because they have no exposure possibly with their u.s. market therefore they'd be able to stand up and continue doing business with iran. gang warfare took over the streets of chicago this weekend with numerous bystanders caught up in the crossfire twelve people were killed sixty six others injured including several children police say armed gangsters in the city simply don't fear the law.
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the being killed in chicago has been immigrants who come by locals have taken to calling their hometown shy rock. for one of the biggest street gangs selling drugs are my only option and i thought so bad for my child at the time. how easy is it that i go there to use. we need to create a culture of accountability picking up a gun and using it. local politicians are now appearing to be president to intervene directly whether the city's mayor wants the glad chicago trump free zone. i think what he's doing is
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wrong for the direction the city not how i wanted the election it turned out and so we've declared chicago's going to try to be a trump free zone we have to make sure that prison trump reckon that is that not everyone believes that chicago is a free zone if he's serious about helping the people in chicago especially on the west side of chicago. well the gang violence took place off the street but just on thursday people claim the bloodshed has been caused by official corruption in chicago we spoke to gregory livingston who organized the protest. toggle was intentionally segregated segregated in terms of geography. segregated in terms of educational assets health care assets capital investment funds it's been second grade for quite a long time matter of fact we martin king said all throughout the softy of march but chicago was the most segregated city he had ever been in and we're still facing
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the the. byproduct of this legacy because when you segregate the city you insulate one part of the city is such a way in comfort and you ostracize the other in a lack of lack of assets poverty challenge and disadvantage which generate a certain level of violence american soldiers have been banned from using fitness track ups we'll have more on that story and others still to come on the program. chose seemed wrong when all we're all just don't all. get to say proud just being become educated and engagement equals
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betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart. just to look for common ground. what politicians do. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president. or somehow want to be rich. to like to be close that's what before three in the morning can't be good. i'm interested always in the waters of our. question.
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welcome back to our international chemical weapons experts heading to the english thought of his brain x. weekend to probe the nerve agent poisoning back which left one person dead and another seriously ill. the experts from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons returned to the u.k. to continue their work to independently confirm the identity of the nerve agent which resulted in the death of one british national in amesbury and left another seriously you presumably they're going to be able to try to help move the investigation forward we do know that they will be collecting further sound pulls they will be sending those back to o.p.c. w. labs and then reporting back to the u.k. of course this comes as investigators continue to try to piece together what it is exactly that unraveled on june thirtieth and amesbury one two british citizens were taken to hospital and treated on suspicions of novacek poisoning and of course one of those people died and what it is that happened on march fourth when former double agent sergei script hall and his daughter yulia were poisoned leading to
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a major international scandal because still as we speak right now today both of these cases continue to be plagued really with the lack of any tangible findings some of the latest details circulating here in the british press have included claims citing sources close to the investigation that police had reportedly identified two suspects in the poisoning claiming that they were russians those reports even suggested that british authorities are getting ready to ask for those people to be extradited however those were very quickly played down in russia of course said that they've received no such request and have talked about the number of speculations that have been flying around involving these cases says the salzburg incident there have been no less than one hundred reports based on leaks and sources that's why we shouldn't rely on this information we don't trust unconfirmed reports in the media hopefully with this latest upcoming o.p.c. w.
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visit more information will be shed on those two cases a security analyst charles troubridge says it could get even harder for the produce government and media to stand by their story. the question of course is that he's been asked is whether it's going to be the same batch what it's going to be actually linked this new finding of novacek if it turns out that they weren't linked that of course would stretch the level of imagination coincidence really to incredible incredible ity in a way because that would suggest that there were two separate proxy or perhaps two sources of navi chalk and therefore i think even the british government you've already alluded in your report to the various different leaks and different stories that have come out in the british media i think even the british media and the british government would be hard pressed to explain that particular coincidence that what we've effectively got here from the u.k. authorities is a media blackout that media blackout has lasted now for more than five months there have been you can count on one hand the number of times police have made
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a statement about the script or case or the end of the case combined and most of those are literally public information around public safety issues very unusually for such an intensive investigation such a high profile high profile investigation. the son of a jailed bahraini opposition figures going on hunger strike over his father's alleged mistreatment in prison. is protesting outside the country's london embassy we spoke to him earlier. my father is seventy years or serving life in prison. because they thought johnny
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was cherry yeah and if you deny him for medical treatment they're for me because the ex is the boss even and what if that. is why my father court for robbing the decatur of regime in my country i'm talking are above the basic rights which is medical treatment to man who is seventy years old. i'm calling for family visitation because he's a good day i mean see my family i mean one kid in a few months what is that he's in for an eye a medical people possibly the one man it is not nor absolutely there is not a support reason. i am. he continues to receive medical attention along with these prescribed medications and
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the special diet the spiral of his medical regime. i wrote a letter for you ps i heard him or i saw it and i was here about my father to wish him well because nothing changed and they've been my father is dying discord. and we have asked the bahraini foreign ministry to comment on the claims of prisoner abuse while waiting for their response. the pentagon's ban the use of your location tracking up a geisha is by soldiers saying they can put missions at risk. effective immediately defense department personal approval from using jul occasion features and functionality on government and non-government issued device these applications and services. needed as operational areas the memo comes after revelations earlier this year that secret american bases could be found when searching for judging tracks on the global map of the driver fitness platform started in two
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thousand and seven strivers more than one billion jogging and cycle routes logged by users around the world close analysis though has revealed concentrated patterns in remote areas in northern syria and afghanistan claimed are likely to be troops keeping fit strother has defended its status saying all users have to opt in to being shown on the map. and we spoke about this to retired u.s. army major general paul valery he said such restrictions will only increase in the future. you can take your i phone your other cell phones know and others can track you family members and so on but when it comes to operational areas there are troops or a fighting unit or operating and we certainly don't want anybody especially the enemy to be able to track their location target them you have to keep in mind many of your soldiers have their own private cell phones and to use for push you know matters to family also you have government issued cell phone satellite phones that
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are given to the troops in the field to use cell phones have to be restricted only from the standpoint. there are communicating with family and other members i think it's going to be more restrictive in the future because of where technology is today to twenty eight and the ability for others to tap into your phone conversations or actually through social media or facebook or whatever may be. thousands of syrian refugees or it's heading home as government forces drive out the last pockets of militant resistance it's a long awaited homecoming for many families some news outlets they see the situation differently not a for ports. a brutal despot a mass murderer a children gassing animal the nicknames the international media tag the syrian president bashar assad with self-explanatory as to why seven million syrians had
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fled the country since two thousand and eleven pundits prophesies the dictatorship must come down before anyone would dare to go home when we asked them about president bashar al assad they said they don't want he did because that would be too easy is the syrian government in fact more than isis that has ruined their lives and led to so much of the refugee crisis they escape with a children and if you please actions but as of the man they blame for leaving them homeless come twenty team the syrian army is one by one retaking new areas from opposing factions anti assad forces once in charge of the larger part of syria are reduced to two small pockets of land and what's that a tide of refugees is coming home. to go back we want to return to our beloved syria i want my daughter to have a future she doesn't. have then i want to go back to syria return to our home
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alicia said as for why i am going back there is no place like home we were not happy here thank god safety and security of back in syria and separate downy now we are hopefully returning home it's not a case of a few mad men who are for some twisted reason seeking to return under the regime of a tyrant according to the russian defense ministry out of those seven million that escape the conflict more than one and a half are seeking to come back to syria now there's more to the path has already been paved for them the u.n. recorded more than seven hundred thousand syrians who returned last year and began rebuilding their lives. in the shop here thank god electricity is back and life went back to normal again i want to fix my hands and leave and sleep with peace of mind of course there are millions who are still too afraid to go back for
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many it is indeed the dread of a sad event stopping them but those who did and are returning may very well inspire hundreds of thousands more to go back to their roots level phuket from human rights watch told us the people returning home would require additional support. it's difficult to keep track of all the numbers of people that are going back but we do know that some individuals have returned to government territory and the territory that has been held now by syrian forces the u.n. forces does include just police from other parts of the country as well as that which i'm serious some syrians are electing to return home i'm going to continue to remain in neighboring countries and other countries for fear that they would be caught up in the conflict or in person persecution by the government there
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is. that the russian government and other governments can play and ensure that conditions do develop so that more syrians have confidence in return even. some twenty ultra orthodox jews have been arrested after clashing with israeli police at a rally against on the conscription was before but it was if i was i. i the i hundreds of believers blocked traffic on the streets of the city of but i. opposed the arrest the religious student who failed to report to the military misspent office police used water cannon as they tried to break up a sit in a limited number of religious students in israel all rigs for military service only
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though if the reports were forward he's proved the status quo just those are also furious that a new bill cuts funding for colleges that failed to meet their enlistment quote. just gone at five thirty am here in moscow that's it for myself and the team here for this hour join us in thirty five minutes for the latest news headlines.
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very building never great was founded on the rape in the murder. nothing changed so we said oh response so these situations that we're dealing with. people just sad every day she is just people killing each other blood for killing children. there was just no way that people are going to just sit back and allow children to be shot down by law enforcement. this country
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doesn't work for us it doesn't function for us. this this can't be happening in america we call from the streets we've got to deal with why this is the reason i have to ride like this is the reason. my brother could write a review that scared it from my mouth the whole of south east. that. most of the all of us. don't go to all so he went on the first date. our son was born on was the ace two thousand and eight spot the danger which is
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sort of a war against some of the sense here residential areas were shown by how the system grant multiple rocket launchers. it was how georgia tried to regain control of the rebellious republic. we were here at the height of that war and we've returned after ten years we'll meet people whose stories we're told and we'll learn how their lives changed. it's gonna matter how the cost them outside the house. on kill also done. and i mean that's the. this is the power. in that and they.
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also done. this look which another duty is the least of those two minutes of mistrust. the blue seals trustable of steel the stud in the single produce in the. roof. terrace is. now goes into ninety should you. pass through on top of things to.
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grow it is a curious will. this will. close the local their office. computers will stream literally live or physician in where you live for the one you have it is the very book. we put in there just in the here. or it. is natural so let's. lose here or. is. this is the truth. this is. a solution.
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martin luther. you bring in my quest to. see what the truth is will soon this is the. first to. it wasn't the first military conflict between georgia and south ossetia things started to heat up in the late one nine hundred eighty s. the soviet union was falling apart and the republics were striving for the right to self-determination the nationalists even came up with the slogan georgia is for georgians schools were forbidden to teach in the acetylene language south the city rebelled declared independence and war broke out. in one thousand nine hundred two the warring parties signed a peace accord but failed to come to an agreement russia brokered the peace talks
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since then russian peace makers have been helping to keep order i asked god how far. more of. the snow sleet. dumped out of bunkers one i'm going to zoom. past john says. in two thousand and eight my abbess diavolo worked as a nurse at the russian peacekeepers base is stored in the way of the georgian army . the base came under massive shelling from the georgians for many hours. always
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there was. a machine your. first solo to. this deliveries of. it those physically certainly three to assist in the. sewer schools. resists the help of the theory and the for the simple arts he will develop was follow the spiritual school that in. my. jewelry. was over. the role. was in exploring the real story at the top of our new regions three civil. rights era. i mean even. mio was
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also seriously injured she was unaware that reinforcements were fighting their way through to the peacekeepers and that has son was with the military. he would run into an ambush near the peacekeepers base and be badly wounded. the peacekeepers couldn't hold the georgian troops bank for too long and by the afternoon of august the eighth georgian turning said already entered see involved. do they. believe losing the meaning you. should all of. those genius the. women learn when he was nine his house was hit by
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a shell which caused the walls to fall down and the roof to cave in the left shoulder. says should. learn. this that only the bushes are. going to. be mobile and cream. to do. village came under shelling for a few days. after the war there were no houses left on damage to. cars or to jesus down the street and i am. all for peace among. those digital police are very. softly said what i thought. i was.
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going to lose is this for you grow older sister all of you and you fall faster. going faster most of us. catch us trusting from wanted to kill me first. it's the kids still going to play at the place that was once their home even though a new house was built for their family just seemed. to offer you support i suppose truly just a three month usually school bus from. jim. says one and his parents managed to flee the village just in time and avoided the oncoming georgian army they didn't know the road was under the control of georgian troops. coming out of the south past the end of the could. not clash full force in a small. enough classrooms to push in the. thousands of civilians fled
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to russia but not everybody managed to get there on homs many were killed on the way to. the city in this way incapable of defending themselves on their own against the will train georgian army people died instant. the peacekeepers were surrounded and couldn't help. russia looms the operational force in georgia peace for the military were fighting their way through to relieve. their georgian president mikheil saakashvili claimed russia had a tank georgia my country soon sold if i was against russian aggression russian russian troops invaded georgia they've been bombing georgia numerous warplanes and specifically targeting civilian population and did you take a gamble your government launched its own attempt to retake so sasha we didn't that
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. we didn't. have the morning of the eight so my wife calls me and says that they bombed a couple hundred meters away from her mother's house i remember. i was actually crying and afraid and thinking that if anything happens to my family i'm going to kill saakashvili. and i meant that we met jim is just ten years ago he's an american who lives in florida his wife john is the sense in all those two thousand and eight she and her daughter were on holidays her parents' place in south so it was a this is out the divinest a good loach. positive. that she knew it was wrong but he did not. finish the layer. of fish.


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