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as of last summer in the future the trucker was kaiser. came here where did you work before you came here when you live. in many us states capital punishment is still practiced convicted prisoners. execution and most of the time to. favor the death penalty there are some people because of what they do have given up the right to live among us some even proven. true and how many more is it going to take before we as a society realize that this is not working and we actually do something about. had lot of smalling a much anticipated miller dispels two years of media speculation. collusion during the twenty sixth presidential elections in the us. the democrats finding
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a new angle. no collusion no obstruction. engaged in the destruction of justice certainly obstructed justice multiple attempts by the president to mislead the country interfere with the investigation also in the headlines that described. the great his demands three hundred billion euros from germany in world war two reparations. generations of generations having to pay for things that they didn't do that of course we should claim something not only because many years have passed and because of german intolerance to. believe it or love it or hate it . or maybe of my. plan is to turn the night sky into a huge billboard. projected from space.
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from russia this is out international with me kevin over a good morning to you is tuned in to us great to have you company where if you are around the world today big story there this friday goes without saying after that two year investigation and almost nonstop media coverage of the so-called russia gate scandal the heavily redacted miller report has finally sorted it out the document reveals there was no cooperation between donald trump or any american with the russians in the to the sec sixteen presidential elections special counsel's report states that his quote investigation did not establish that members of the trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the russian government in its election interference activities but that didn't exonerate donald trump in the eyes of the democrats in the media the focus has now shifted on the section of the report that investigates possible obstructions to the investigation
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a senior correspondent were aghast if explains more. two years america waited for this hoped and prayed it would unmake trump all exonerate him that the new report would end this two year long drama about collusion hacking and conspiracy that people would get close what america got was this page after redacted page censored into illegibility obviously some of this stuff could pass for modern art and as with everyone interprets this report how they want and they're having a good day i'm having a good day q who's called. no collusion no obstruction even it is incomplete for me to work with a mole report outlines disturbing evidence. president's trip in gaijin obstruction of justice and those of his kind of confused so was mueller trump may have been
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cleared of collusion but obstruction of justice. in the. mueller writes that it's so complicated he couldn't decide whether trump tried to obstruct justice or not the guilty no innocent the conclusion the congress may apply the obstruction laws to the president's corrupt exercise of the powers of office accords with our constitutional system of checks and balances and the principle that no person is above the law specifically you have found eleven instances where trump potentially tried to obstruct justice and democrats have jumped on it the miller report brings a disturbing picture of a president who has been weaving new web of deceit lies and improper behavior and acting as if the law doesn't apply to him it's a very interesting a very disturbing read that does not exonerate this president the whole
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repercussions for the country of having a president who lies to the country who misleads the country you urges others to do so a president to. to my reading of. the report almost certainly obstructed justice certainly intended and attempted to obstruct justice and if true this alleged trumped tantrum is only making it so much sweeter. the president slumped back in his chair and said oh my god this is terrible this is the end of my presidency i'm. you know this report has trump politically the democrats smell blood they have trumped up and like bloodhounds still mercilessly dogged him for obstruction and anyone that gets in the way the messenger included they ministration has a new face in any math error and one with a lot more stature he's the country's attorney general he said half a dozen times no collision no collision no lawyer no legal presentation presenting
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its conclusion six times the attorney general getting out there and getting his narrative his take on it as vigorously as possible because attorney general barr wants to represent our trouble i think he should resign they are calling for barr to resign a traitor a sellout they scream and they want mueller himself the darling just a few months ago to be hauled before congress mueller reports and did nothing who hated trump hated him more and vice versa if anything this report is going to america and americans further apart but they got to tell you at least incapacity a fracture is a happy. so someone that wins we are still number of experts to discuss the release of the miller report these are the thoughts. they still can't get to a point where the president did with russia in fact they said quite categorically
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it did not happen so then why would the president knowing he is innocent obs struct put that in as a matter of pure politics as a sop to the democrats who are on the commission twenty five attorneys all of them democrats most of them hillary supporters a large number of them hillary donors and we have to do something in the report to make them happy we're going to start looking at then why did this investigation even begin i mean was there wrongdoing there was there you know falsification of documents to get pfizer warrants there's a lot of embarrassment here we're talking about millions upon millions of dollars of taxpayer dollars of time wasted if things happened for something that legitimately had no basis in fact and any evidence that might have been presented to start the smaller investigation all last night we had chuck schumer saying that will how dare william barr you know come out and speak before we get the report what kind of report with this be after that we're going to start hearing about how the redactions are at a way a way to hide the real truth and it's really never going to end despite we're going
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to continue to see one thing after another with trump but they went immediately from russia collusion to trump taxes trying financial statements and william bars obstruction so i mean the arguments haven't stopped yet they're not going to stop but we do have what seems to be a very conclusive case of absolutely no collusion most of the attorneys i talked to at the beginning of this said when they start investigations like this they always find something on their target it came back that he was squeaky clean and i think that turns the conversation from what's inside of this investigation to what prompted what was the impetus who paid for this investigation the rule in the united states the constitutional law is you're innocent until proven guilty that right actually was not given our president he was absolutely considered guilty by much of the leftist regressive media in the united states and so i don't know if. actually how they're going to explain themselves more time the democrats do spend on this the more they're damaging their own party going into elections. greece is
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set to step up its demand for germany to pay world war two reparations to the sum of nearly three hundred billion euro athens as long been seeking compensation for the nazi era occupation but their lives says that that's been settled is our europe correspondent peter all over with the latest on this long running saga. europe could be set for the reopening of some painful historical wounds the greek parliament has asked germany for billions of euro for the nazi occupation of the country during world war two the demand for german war reparations is a historical and moral debt for us it will help us build a better future in our relations with germany today therefore we have a duty to give our two peoples the opportunity to close this chapter athens as next step is to send what's known as a verbal note to berlin that will be seen as the starting point for negotiations to
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kick off from now back in twenty sixteen agreed parliamentary committee put the figure that should pay is reparations that well at least two hundred and ninety billion euro that's as compensation for the deaths of tens of thousands of greeks at the hands of the nazis as well as the extortion of the bank of greece by hitler to finance his war machine however some greeks aren't confident that this appeal will lead to anything the germans are of the opinion that it has compensated the issue with the payment of one hundred sixty million dollars marks to the victims and the admission of about four hundred twenty thousand guest workers as far as the german government are constant that payment back in one nine hundred sixty of roughly around two hundred fifty million euro in today's money settled the matter once and for all. we are aware of the great guilt the attitude of the federal government is unchanged the question of german reparations is settled legally and
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politically in the treaty which we unify germany in one thousand nine feet it's no for the reparations were planned but what do the people the berlin and athens think should happen next. we have a very very big. responsibility to. to world war two but how long generations of generations having to pay for things that they didn't do as a country we have the responsibility to react now the simple solution would have come a little bit earlier now would still eight they're broke and trying to see where they can get money. for of course we should claim some things not only because many years ago that just because of german intolerance to step do you think we have governments that can claim in a sane i think there is no political will from any government to claim german
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restorations. germany looks after its own interests what are we looking after one of the darkest periods in european history still echoes today and ideas about what to do when it comes to reparations for wartime atrocities still fairly split peter all over r.t. . big names towards this channel talking a wedge following all the drama or this we should wait for champions league football or a former manchester united boss just said marine has been given his break of all the action clutha views on the controversial video assistant referee you watch the full episode if you see it's called on the touchline on this channel regularly throughout the day and also on our website whenever you want to see it.
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i've never seen a game like it have you yeah i did. choose offsides. among . football there's a log that all these cynical senses. only the via is the controversy i think they got it right i think in the world cup final they got it wrong the view you have should be to take some pressure from the referee in the us to the keys they put in his hands a big decision i look also to the coaching perspective always it possible at a champions league level so many mistakes together in the short in a short period of time so many mistakes come on they cannot feel pressure and that's the level we are speaking about the best players in the world the best clubs in in the world a player that they absolutely love i think is phenomenal eriksson makes
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a mistake that you would never forget the news live you should play against. in the way they want to play you have the risk that they're better than you i think until this moment nobody really i don't like the words piers but nobody really respect them all the teams in the semifinals they have the creativity here they have the score there but they have a top top class center the fender in the skid the league. very very good here here here not here here here here not here filomena or saddam are there they scored and they scored and they score it's also possible that you are going to seize this is not my football this is my football and the sea is the way i want my teams to play this season they are in the semifinals weed in my opinion fifty percent chances of being in the final i would say so we've got messi old city liverpool
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favorite i never say messi is the special one here because everything it does does all the time and when messi has the ball one one one. you are that i am here working we do but i am still a man. i have to defend them. but . i just have married you know on this channel from controversy on the page to controversial plans with skies we hear about we'll tell you about it too could they be the next frontier for advertisers if a russian startup gets its way want to know more the story and more just ninety seconds away.
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i'll see you. get a good night's sleep of all of this story maybe if you did russian companies start rocket is to launch many satellites to project advertisement see if it all goes to plan right into the night sky the start ups already found its first client beverage giant pepsi co has agreed to test it. picks up the story. from over cars to steam punk style cyborgs the futuristic new on site fighters still peers have imagined scores of disturbing futures and in some cases fiction turns out to be a grim prophecy in a few years' time the shimmer of stars in the night sky might be out shined by the
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glow of billboards flashing with ads a russian company starts rocket is looking for clients to beam with their advertisement from space yes you heard it right space here's how the russians say it will work sound disperses the use of books or the display itself consists of two hundred small satellites called cube sats which we're going to live to an altitude of nearly five hundred kilometers satellite reflectors you sunlight directing it towards the earth so the cube sats act like pixels that we turn on and off when we need to the entire display moves into orbit showing messages or images all the satellites are equipped with engines which allows us to remove them from it once they've served their time and then have them burn out in the atmosphere. well naturally not everyone shares the excitement over such prospects. imagine being overwhelmed with ads you can't skip you can't hide with block they're just floored
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up there and reachable almost like invent episode of the dark side. black mirror when the main character couldn't afford to skip a commercial. another concern what if it's hacked do i have to remind of all those cases when people hacked into billboards to broadcast the not so child friendly content and after all there's not much romans in gazing at a constellation of brands but start rocket says that they are the new stars as. the ancient greeks or constellations several thousand years ago and based their myths on the stars today are myths of brands we live by we of course space in the near future will become a kind of continuation of our living environment and as humanity goes their brands will go there too it's just
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a matter of time so will inevitably be followed by other companies to place their ads in space perhaps he's got a point there's not much money to be made from stars but the reason marketing their commercial possibilities are endless this is going to be popular absolutely it'll be so popular and so many people will want to do it it will drive people crazy and they will then be clamoring for it to be removed because it will be an eyesore people will hate it will be a product of excess what if it's libelous what if it's scandalous what if it's considered against the religion of an adjoining area of a country can they complain who owns space if i'm somewhere and i look up and there's some obnoxious advertise but first something and i object to it. you i haven't a right of objection can you imagine war is being started by this and of course
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start rocket has yet to prove it can deliver its first space but who knows maybe the first real star wars episode will see will be the battle of the brands. experiment but done on earth now a bizarre one conducted in the us could be a bad break new ground in the era of science and raise some serious ethical questions to boot after scientists managed to partially revive activity in a dead pigs brain researchers at yale university managed to restore some cellular functions four hours after the animals death they say the brain showed quote no sign of consciousness and stress that if they had that test would have been stopped immediately scientists claim the study could advance treatment for human brain damage and disease and that that would prove that our most important organ still has the capacity to still be active post-mortem these findings demonstrate that under appropriate conditions the isolated intact large mammalian brain possesses an
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underappreciated capacity for restoration of my crew circulation and molecular and cellular activity after a prolonged post-mortem interval gopalan not well we spoke to nearest scientists an expert in unaware haven lori marino and also program director from scientists for the e.u. my goals were the. here you've actually got i think it was thirty two pigs grange from an i but it was so they're already being killed and used for nothing and so that is more accurately sound and then we get holmes the question of what is it ethically sound to try and revive these brains an inborn thing that you need to know from the study was that they made every effort and succeeded in not having the neural activity coming back to the brain was not actually firing away like it usually does sure there is no coordinated neural activity but they wouldn't do it on their aunt tillie with a and i'm also reminded of the fact that there's
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a lot of research now growing research that you know newman's when humans are considered clinically dead and are then revived that there is some evidence for consciousness so we really don't know what's going on here and i this is very dangerous territory there isn't a lot that it actually involves me possible that would be my personal judgment or that in this area it is about judgment calls and so clearly if you're starting to move into this area you do what we always do in science where you say this is a new area let's get together globally let's sit down let's say what's acceptable what's not here's the problem from my point of view. that whenever humans think about this. there are very few ways in which the research subjects the animals the pigs in this case have been standing in their
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share and generally what we do in science is you know which we do what's convenient we do what's good for us and we we try to get all the rest of that stuff so who is going to stand up for these animals who are being subjected to. a manipulation that even see the primary arthur say we're really not sure what is going on given that these. animals themselves already being cured because they were going to be on someone. the fact that you don't want to understand the cellular mechanisms of the brain the share and we share with all other mammals share and understand that empowering us all who to save not just ourselves other animals. european commission has found no evidence that cussed
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perske lab software spies for russia despite claims by the united states and the e.u. . the commission is not in possession of any evidence regarding potential issues related to the use of caspian skeel our products this is another evidence not to let the geo political agenda food you with fake news european commission was responding to a request by belgian m.p. pay who wanted to know why it was labeled as dangerous the e.u. branded kaspersky software as malicious at the time of the robert mueller investigation into the brush occlusion a big headline today it was accused of spying on u.s. intelligence agencies basically now the department of homeland security banned all federal agencies from using the software back in twenty seventeen without any evidence provided further as the move to ban the company's west coast spurs key then froze its cooperation with europe's law enforcement agency europol real big spat because perske is a multinational cyber security company it was founded two decades ago headquartered here in moscow is one of the world's leading antivirus providers. kaspersky is just
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one of a number of companies that the american authorities have accused of getting up to now faris activities again the americans have been seeking to use its influence to . get countries across the world not to use kaspersky stickgold in this is not a very drastic effect on a kaspersky business when the americans came out and advised all of their allies to spurn huawei and its technology the british were very quickly on the front foot sort of doing their own research and australia new zealand being very outspoken that they will make their own decisions. the same is now happening with kaspersky and always the european union has come forward with a report that essentially finds no evidence whatsoever against because a lot of things are now being pointed at the us to try and get more information for
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them but why they being so damning in kaspersky of russian companies why they be so dummy gates while away a chinese company is this truly a fear on their part that they're going to be snooped on with their real security concerns or is this some form of international competition by some of the. ten twenty seven moscow time can cross almost always call this friday morning in ninety five probably moscow my name's kevin i would have a great day. when else i don't think wrong i don't really just don't hold. anything. yet to see palace just think educated and in danger of equals betrayal.
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when something anything themselves will support we just a little common ground. lol megan manufacture can be sentenced to two for public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the fine and merry go round if the one percent. we can all middle the roots to. the real need. trunk deals a hard blow to cuba in retaliation for that island nation support of venezuelan
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president natal swan duro critics warning that it's bad business for the u.s. added european allies we'll have analysis on this edition of politics. rather on the politicking on larry king in a maze of blow for us cuba relations the trouble of destruction announced monday tough new changes to some of its economic policies regarding that island nation including limits on travel and allowing cuban nationals living in the united states to sue cuba's government the administration's hard lines in retaliation for how van a supporter venezuelan president when dural but critics of last of the plan is dangerous to u.s. allies in europe. and possible to the u.s. economy as well for not listens we turn to our mag crew slew former deputy
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secretary of labor and former white house cabinet secretary during the obama administration joins us from seattle washington. well look the goal of trying to pressure the venezuelan government makes complete sense i'm not sure this is the exact way to do it our it will have a negative impact on our trading alliances with both your up in canada it could potentially spur retaliation against u.s. companies both in terms of their relations their trade relations with those areas as well as u.s. companies that are already doing business in cuba so to me this feels like get another effort by this administration to try to on wind up an important policy that was done by the obama administration and it's also a way to ratchet up trade pressures and so this doesn't strike me as the best way to accomplish their larger policy goal he seemed to be against cuba from the start
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don't you think so.


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