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well bill for much you know what money laundering is higher. much as it was. a u.k. court rules and wiki leaks co-founder julian assange will not face his u.s. extradition hearing until next year in the united states he could face up to 175 years in prison. also this hour of the crew of one of the oil tankers damaged in a suspected attack in the gulf of oman say they were hit by a flying projectile apparently contradicting the united states claims that the iranians planted a mine on the bus. has hit back at the american allegations accusing the united states of resorting to sabotage diplomacy.
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and tech giants are accused of silencing speech they do not like after you tube removed a video by project veritas to tell him to wait social media interest allegedly censors conservative view. documents we've obtained raised serious questions about whether these companies are neutral platforms or publishers with editorial just. a very warm welcome to the program from all of us here at our church here in moscow thanks for joining us this hour. we start with breaking news as a court has ruled that wiki leaks co-founder julian assange will not face a full u.s. extradition hearing until february of next year stateside he faces more than 175 years in prison for publishing classified documents a lawyer outside the courthouse says his team is facing many obstacles.
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he's under a huge amount of pressure facing a large and complex extradition case in circumstances where we don't have sufficient to see him and his lawyers are not able to hand him papers in the prison it takes weeks to pay the story changed he doesn't have a lot of talk to be able to prepare this material. cross-line are too shabby edward stosh to who's outside the courthouse shoddier what's happening now. but it all possible right now but it really was once time woods here in the sunset it's a day as this was hearing this extradition requests now of course as you just mentioned he will not be facing the full of this hearing until february of next year has been known and decided that there will be a 5 day hearing process that will begin angst of the date of february the 24th but it's a timetable that has been agreed by tyrannicide just noise as well but of course one of the u.k.
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home secretary cited javid signing or too often exhibition requests just yesterday and baffled kickstarting this judicial procedure today now he believes that it was the right course of justice having said that many activists and protesters hit earlier today they believe that this is fundamentally against freedom of expression worldwide. rising that there are more journalists here campaigning for those old invest because journalism is under now we should be relieved i don't think this is not enough people realize that this is such an attack on freedom of press and also just ordinary play for the right of us to know what's going on the things that he exposed a proudly american movie showing that's what we should be checking for out. so well today might be slightly more symbolic because it was simply setting out the procedures in terms of the jurisdiction but actually it does indeed pave the way and set the ball rolling toward students are just exhibition to the united states
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where he has been indicted on the 17. house of the espionage act for publishing in spying and publishing these classified government documents that were related to the war in iraq and the war in afghanistan plus one count of conspiracy to government hacking government computers to dig up its these secret documents that if found guilty and convicted he could face a prison sentence of over a 175 years behind prison now some may say that he has pose a security risk to national security risk and threat to the united states but on the other how many say that this is a very damning time for the freedom of expression and he will not face at the trial in the united states which is an opinion that's being fed by the weekend that it's very easy. to believe that we are going to win this with legal arguments there is no chance the julian will get a fair trial here in the yuki or in the u.s. of course unless there's
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a change of reporting that people actually start speaking out we're not talking about a prosecution we're talking about a persecution. of course tennyson's is going back into the public eye that is this year and april when he was pulled out of the london ecuadorian embassy by british police now he was suspended over 2 and a whole 1000 days which is the sum of almost 7 years in confinement the ecuadorian embassy seeking political asylum he then was moved to transfer to belmarsh prison which is a high security prison here in the united kingdom citing his 51 percent of the greeks who bailed very late u.k. back intrinsics crowd look this is a video that was built inside inmates at the belmarsh prison and taken by off his video agency ruptly and in it you can see that in the songs that someone may sit in sight you get it so he certainly was showing visible signs of a dramatic weight loss when his father did express concerns about his son's health
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this week and as we know kiran a son was transferred to the. back to the world in that prison no you know why sick right of context it's not just the united states but to the scientists will say swedish prosecutors that want to see you in a song facing trial that allegations of sexual assault something of which suicide then that lead to an icy also believes it sets a pretext to get him extradited to the united states but in terms of to day as i say it is a symbolic and important step in terms of setting a procedural timetable for his extradition to the united states. sabia edward stylesheet bringing us the latest from london thank you. america's claims that iran attached to all tankers in the gulf of oman has had doubt cast on it earlier washington presented a video of what it claimed were iranians removing an unexploded mine from one of
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the vessels the tankers owner though says that his crew reported flying projectiles hitting it. more than a good day with the crew say they were hit by a flying object we don't think it could have been a bomb attached to the boat. as mentioned the u.s. military central command has released a video showing what it claims is the iranian military patrol boat removing an unexploded mine from one of the tankers. iranian leader hassan rouhani has accused the u.s. of destabilizing peace and security in the middle east secretary of state my pump said washington's assessment iran is culpable was based on intelligence i mean that no one else in the region had the capacity to carry out such an attack. islamic republic of iran is responsible for the attacks that occurred in the gulf of oman the proxy group operating in the area has the resources and proficiency to act with such a high degree of sophistication. over the last 2 years the u.s.
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has been implementing an aggressive approach violating international law and using its financial and military clout this poses a serious threat to the region and to global security the iranian foreign minister has branded the claim iran is behind the attacks sabotage diplomacy the u.s. has sent that missile destroyer so the region tehran denies any involvement in the attacks and has questioned the timing of the incidence of modern reports. so they were to oil tankers that were hit. i'm going to forward them but i want to know. from one of
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them to from both of you. don't want company. to go and you've been wondering why the carnage of a. group where everybody by the book the civil the building the system when the did it will get on. let's go over the facts now the 1st one belongs to john fredrickson he's a long time norwegian trading partner of iran his relationship with iran goes back to the 1980 s. one biography even refers to him as the ayatollah as lifeline so at a time when washington is using all kinds of pressure to try and stop or running an oil exports it really doesn't make sense for iran to then lash out and attack one of its oldest friends now the 2nd oil tanker to be hit is even more interesting this is a japanese owned chemical tanker and it was hit at the same time that japan's prime
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minister shinzo abbay was in tehran meeting with iran's supreme leader did that shit on your iran from the ancient times of the persian empire into the present day has been the great country of the middle east and will remain so i mean the future so we're to believe that at the time that iran was making nice with japan while japan was helping them to find ways to help their oil exports keep flowing despite . u.s. sanctions that iran then turns around and decides to bomb a japanese vessel in fact iran has been rather nice to the united states in the last few days a us resident who is charged with espionage was just released as a gesture of goodwill so why would they then choose this moment to fire tar paedos in the gulf of oman the iranian foreign minister job and zarif is describing these events as suspicious reports of the tax on japan related to time cues occurred while pm was meeting with ayatollah for extensive and friendly talks suspicious
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doesn't begin to describe what likely transpired this morning while iran is struggling to keep its nuclear deal intact and keep its economy afloat by selling its most prized resources on the international market like bomb peo would have us believe they then looked out and torpedoed their 2 key business partners now why exactly would iran do that well because they're the bad guys of course don't ask too many questions caleb mop and r.t. new york iran says it sent a group of experts to check whether or not it's safe for the rescue crew to return to the tanker the 2 vessels caught fire and one of the world's key oil routes in the strait of hormuz is the only way in and out of the gulf the incident prompted oil prices to surge you know altera on has threatened to shut the waterway in response to the u.s. and then waivers on the iranian oil imports last month for oil vessels were near the same strategic straight back then the u.s. also pointed the finger at iran and sent an aircraft carrier group plus bombers to
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the region and may iran's said it would read some of its commitments under the nuclear deal unilaterally abandoned by the u.s. after washington imposed sanctions this escalation sparked fears of a confrontation but both nations say they do not want war after minbar president of the jerusalem institute for strategy and security says it's too soon to jump to conclusions. i'm not sure that any investigation will really be able to come out was it was a clear result basically is our suspicions against the iranians which of course create additional tensions between the united states and iran and we'll see what follows we don't have the facts if 1st americans will produce some evidence of course it's likely that the iranians have sabotaged the ships because. they are under american pressure. it seems that they change those strategies they don't want
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to outwait president until the new elections and they can do trouble. in order to affect the flow of of an important strategic commodity like oil or gold winners up to continues after this short break. you know world's big partisan movie lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that mainstream media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the back and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now for watching closely watching the
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hawks. make this manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the final merry go round listen to the one percent. we can all middle of the room sick. room the real news room. welcome back to the program you tube has removed a video by project veritas which uncovers the way social media pinterest allegedly censors conservative views twitter also chimed in temporarily banning the group for
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sharing internal communications from pinterest the founder of project art house has accused you tube of waging war on journalism. tech giants retaliate the side who leaked docs showing censorship of christine and pro-life material they have removed our investigative inside reports you tube now 14 bullet proof journalism by deleting it censorship that's how you tube responded to a recent report by project vera 6 posing well censorship in social media the investigation features an inside source from the social media platform pinterest concealing his identity during the interview whistleblower eric cochrane exposes the ways his employer censors conservative voices on the platform words like bible verses and christian are put on a so-called sensitive terms list basically words that might offend people are excluded from search suggestions a list of what the company considers conspiracy theories was formed also to control
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the spread of certain information and a pro-life website was even labeled as pornography to prevent usage of its link on the platform the documents we've obtained raise serious questions about whether these companies are neutral platforms or publishers with an editorial agenda or her school groups and crews are going through. and somebody. order. are the ones who support our. troops over from one group so what did this whistleblower get in return for shedding some light on social media censorship the boot from his job and the backlash didn't stop there twitter also suspended project veritas after the organization leaked pinterest employee chats publishing conversations without permission violated the terms of service they said but the published talks revealed
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employees calling ben shapiro a white supremacist the pinterest insider also saw how quote white supremacist unquote content like ben shapiro. commentary for instance goes from identified to censored and somehow his name found its way to pinterest sensitive terms list alongside cocaine and some not so very tasty sandwiches see the connection and to be honest this isn't the 1st time project veritas has so controversially done what journalists are supposed to do. one strategy. the other shadows. than someone to. show she what she should be on. the photo doing and i was actually trying to go i says i mean that is the you know
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the you it's. your if you're going to be good you know that. i think whatever you want. whatever. you know what they say when the going gets tough the tough get going and just said the website was targeted for misinformation relating to conspiracies and anti backs a nation advice well you said that it's robust guidelines exist because of the importance of user privacy attack expert we spoke to says platforms like you tube are increasingly losing people stress. but they didn't want people to know what they found out i mean what they found out was actually very bad they found out that that there was a systematic suppression of conservative voices on on these basically on
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these platforms that are open and in fact under the law these are supposed to be communication systems. which are protected speech that people have it's just like a telephone they don't censor your telephone calls and why should they be able to censor you when you go on twitter or on 1 instagram this is the kind of thing that's happening now and people just need know one thing they cannot trust these platforms for anything. the b.b.c. is facing a backlash from u.k. pensioners they're angry after the broadcaster announced it was scrapping free t.v. licenses for the over 70 five's are to have has more. respecting and honoring our elders looking out for them is one thing but money's money if a 75 year old can watch t.v. they sure as heck can pay for it says the b.b.c. currently all households with people over $75.00 are entitled to a free t.v.
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license that government funded scheme which is expected to cost $745000000.00 pounds by 2021 slash $22.00 comes to an end in 2023 tele's over the grandpas and grandmas time to cough up insured millions of pensioners many of the disabled and living on very modest incomes are going to have to sponsor the b.b. she because the corporation doesn't feel like shutting some of its hugely expensive projects the b.b.c. did the math right what they got wrong was the public reaction outrage boycott the b.b.c. there is disgrace money grabbing all sound a 5 year old should be exempt from pains a license fee. so over 70 five's have served their country and worked for decades to make our country a better place will not be church $154.00 pounds for a t.v.
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license a week after d.-day commemorations shima new b.b.c. petitions popping up left and right anger frustration a feeling of injustice why of those who worked serve the nation for decades being put in the same level as everyone outs where are your manners even government ministers party leaders are upset pensioners have spent their lives contributing to our society providing over 74 hours with free t.v. licenses is not too much to ask here is the kicker the b.b.c. plans to make an additional 500000000 pounds by making the seniors pay for comparison that's roughly the cost of $5.00 f. $35.00 fighter jets which the u.k. is buying $140.00 of talk about priorities some are angry about the t.v. license cost say the b.b.c.
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of today the quality of their programmes don't justify the billions that go into it with the latest public hits show hosted by a cartoon vladimir putin who has what appears to be a middle eastern accent. you see now why the b.b.c. needs more money the poor fellows can't even afford a russian voice actor public patience is wearing thin for those that are getting tired of the scandals of the scandal coming out of the b.b.c. be it ridiculous salaries for the top guys or lack of objectivity so many british people are asking openly why are they still paying to. these in the age of the internet almost certainly this idea of a t.v. being a separate box that stiffer into your computer will completely disappear. from many
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many households and then the question do you have a t.v. will become a weird question to ask by the way the b.b.c. is still 250000000 pounds short of keeping the all of its stuff on there so if you have any ideas of who al it's the squeeze for a few more quid immigrants ginger's centenarians don't hesitate get in touch i'll appreciate it the b.b.c.'s decision comes after the u.k. government passed the cost of funding for licenses for the over $70.00 five's to the broadcaster the b.b.c. says maintaining the free license is what affect the quality of its programming adding that those least able to pay will still be entitled to a fee waiver writer mike yardley says people are losing their patience with the b.b.c. . there is a tremendous amount of anger in the country about the b.b.c. there is this feeling that the b.b.c.
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no longer represents the voice of ordinary british people and it is of course a state broadcaster and t.v. licensing is a brand of the b.b.c. and it is extraordinary the 10 percent of the people who go to court in britain are going to court about t.v. licensing issues and that most of those people are little old ladies and some of the may even end up in prison for not paying a t.v. license i think there is an argument that people are deeply concerned about the elitist liberal direction of the b.b.c. they're concerned because it pursues certain agendas for example it's very positive on global warming this is a major issue for the b.b.c. it doesn't like mr trump it doesn't like bracks it and a lot of people feel there's been a huge political bias not just in b.b.c. news. but in b.b.c. comedy and in all the output i mean this is a very big issue. that's up for now but i'll be back at the top of the hour with
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the latest thanks for tuning it. we are in strange situation where everybody is making a lot of noise about military action against iran but nobody in the part of that alliance actually wants to do it there's no desire for it so they hope that iran makes a mistake. somehow and then there's some kind of confrontation and then the iranians will be forced to come to the table you know begging for some kind of solution on american terms but you know i think that is dreaming that's.
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greetings and salutations and 2017 active were giant nike announced the. it's offerings specifically for average sized women who make up over 50 percent of the population in the u.s. in the u.k. however their recent move of including mannequins that represent those average
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sized women in one u.k. store has united a knighted a firestorm she won't traditional store mannequins are about a u.s. size for u.k. size 8 the one used by nike is closer to us size 14 or u.k. size 60 these larger sizes in fact do represent over 60 percent of women in both countries that is however the problem according to some like the telegraph food critic tanya gold who called them a dangerous lie saying that the medicaid cannot run she is more likely pre-diabetic and on her way to a hip replacement which will have many on social media including one of the models for the nike campaign great victory to tweet fat shaming me and my girl on our nike campaign is hilarious we'll be laughing all the damn way to the bank as is nike who is seeing huge sales as more women are turning their backs on the lie that you can't be fit and fat sorry kids that's just plain wrong
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a 2011 study by the national institute of health showed that only those individuals that were inactive were at a significant increase risk for all cause mortality independent of being overweight or obese city and another 2015 study in the international journal of cardiology found that overweight or obese individuals who are fit and active tend to have morbidity and mortality rates that are at least as low and in some cases lower than normal weight individuals who are unfit or inactive in other news this week the 2019 women's world cup was a flashpoint for controversy when the u.s. team kicked off their world cup run with the 13 a no win over thailand and they celebrated their goals on the field now some are asking not only of the u.s. team should have celebrated their win but even if they should have been allowed to score so many points against a less successful team it seems we've lost. sight of the point of competition and defying our own limits which means we should start watching the logs.
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told. the. real that would. be the part of. what it looks like you're like i got. a education. sam. welcome everybody it was a long time to wallace and when the news just isn't getting to the heart of the matter you have to gaze upon the images flashed in our faces take a long hard look at the facts and enter the gallery. joining me in the gallery today are the american sports producer dana ham and our team america correspondent rachel black and thank you guys for joining me here
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today thank you so i guess i'll start with you what do you think what do you give a's those comments by the time your gold i mean she called it a dangerous lie this idea that we had a will will women keep the it's sort of like you know we are we going to exercise and should we exercise them if we do are we allowed to wear nice things while doing it i think it's a vicious cycle of people who maybe are overweight or need to be healthier want to work out so you want to look good when you work out nailing a because you know when you feel good about yourself you're more likely to do something but also workout equipment can be dangerous you don't want loose clothing that you get stuck in a barbell or 2nd machine and then disaster ensues. but that same time they're telling you no no your body can't wear that nice tight spandex stuff so then you're in this vicious cycle of you these people want to be healthier they want the clothes to wear and then nike or other women and you know they're making them and people are going no no don't wear it you know the water is of us who. don't go into the future i think it's interesting too that she's commenting on.


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