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give me a trial. date in the senate the impeachment hearings reach the next critical stage. of public hearings. using police resources to create fake child. also ahead. imposes a curfew in the capital. government protests on the deadly car bombing in the south american nation.
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international my names you know neal hello and welcome 30 minutes news and views. he wants a trial for the u.s. house of representatives move to formally take the impeachment inquiry to the next level the president laid into rival democrats after a week of testimony which he describes as a hoax they looked like fools proceedings and had to the republican controlled senate. the whole affair has actually united his party behind. we had a tremendous week with the whole you know the great hoax the growth the impeachment hopes and that's really worked out. incredibly well and we have tremendous support i think roger's around whose numbers i don't think i've ever seen support in the republican party like we do and we've never had this goes to what you will host
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judiciary committee chairman had by a good republican claims the testimonies have been here say surd democrats of them shift also didn't rule out holding more public hearings says paul begins to draft its inquiry report but the around the clock news coverage is falling flat with a lot of the audience or. being sharing her emotions when it comes to impeachment fatigue come. talk to what a year it's been and hasn't felt like it's just been dragging on and everyone i speak to says the same thing that that confused and anxious the democrats the stress because they've been struggling to find a single candidate who can take on trump and 2020 and the best they've come up with is a man whose payday it was when he posed in a short sleeved button down more than 40 years ago then you've got the republicans that just riddled with anxiety they keep checks in
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a nutshell not phone just praying that lead to hasn't gone on a twitter wrong page all put economy in a choke hold and then of course that the fending off attacks from the democrats left right and center you always told me doc it's bad to keep things bottled up inside and ready politicians that just like os they need that stress relief to. so the people on the hell have signed up to a group therapy session and it's a classic safe space where everyone supports one another and to see going over old ground no other president has betrayed his office like this because the president got caught the president in fact tried to trade a political favor for official government resources now this anti corruption president who cares so much about rooting out corruption and ukraine putin's primary objectives within the united states is to so as to foment unrest for their nation would you agree with me that r.t.d. is putin's propaganda machine here in the united states i would agree with honesty
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it's been a huge and that down it's a bit like you and me really i mean i calm every we hope he'll kill me even though i know it's hopeless but we're in so deep we just have to keep going but at least i have the decency to eat pretend i'm interested in what you have to say. even the democrats who have the most to gain from the session of suffering from what i've diagnosed as impeachment i just think we're going down this road keep spending more time hundreds of years of history no one has ever been convicted of impeachment and it's not just the people who've been sitting through the herrings that are bought it don't want to marry bo to to master mr morris and i have some
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bad news for you t.v. ratings are way down. well you know i don't hold it personally i don't think it's you guys. whatever drug deal the democrats are cooking up you're on the. american people are buying you might not remember how it will start to dr joe biden was just being helpful father lending a hand and getting hunter set up in a good job bun trumpy was just a concerned president worried that hunter biden sitting on a board of a need to ukrainian dance company while his father was the country's point man was a conflict of interest so best saying he nudged the ukrainian president to look into the matter may be used as a bargaining chip that $400000000.00 of aid the u.s. have promised which reminds me even ukraine's tired of this whole impeachment saga i think everybody really is the. reason we're here although i was on the street we
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have our independence we have all the problems and grace that's right i've got bad news it looks like we might be stuck in this therapy session for a while because to put it simply even if the house of representatives dominated by the democrats votes to endorse trump's impeachment it still has to pass the upper house the senate and there are rumors that the republicans would just unanimously vote to quickly dismiss the charges but what actually get embroiled in the long trial a trial that could be 6 days a week every week until an agreement is reached the only person who's apparently not too down in the doldrums about pot is trump who i want as the 1st witness because frankly i want to throw you know i didn't think i could have it you want to try out every one 0 i wouldn't look for number one they should never ever be impeached by think about with this the more i realize just like our sessions it's
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it's a whole lot of money a whole lot of time and it leaves a whole lot of no way. her therapy meanwhile u.s. democratic presidential hopeful told. of some cutting remarks from the new york times for her choice of clothing the paper reports that her white cult leader. it has. turned. off somewhat combative righteousness also called leaders.
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only near liberals move them where one suits apparently. that is the most ridiculous pose debate article of. newspapers only has many of the content that. tulsi she challenges the democratic establishment she is not supportive of regime change and less war all the money the military is spending often needlessly so she's somebody that really calls that out and i think the democratic establishment you know really is like how dare she do that and they come after her so and they come after her in ways as frivolous as this you know. to say that like her white pantsuit makes her a sort of like you know
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a cult leader and she's on the fringe and a complete radical and that's really unfair to her it's an unfair characterization . you know let's move on to another of her headlines stories germany wants to double down on counting paedophiles online but a new tuck took to infiltrate the so-called dark web will see it enter some ethically suspect territory by creating fake child pornography investigators will be able to use computer generated images in the future if crimes cannot be detected another way we are now laying the legal foundations and we must never forget that behind child pornography images a terrible acts of abuse against children will be authorities say investigators will be given all means available to trucked on sex offenders but it's proving divisive supporters of the strategy insist that will help kill off the so-called dark net of illegal websites while opponents argue that crimes cannot be solved by creating new crimes. roger kiska from the u.
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case christian legal center told us that evidence gathered in such a way as now could prove potentially inadequate in court and you look at the crime shows on t.v. and they have solicitation of prostitution or or pull undercover policeman doing. selling drugs those are incidences where they're not committing crimes now generating child pornography certainly is so whether they're creating a crime or not is one question to me the bigger question is the issue of whether you can convict someone based on evidence that was gathered through criminal activity and i think that this might backfire on them by catching people not having to release them because of tarnished evidence well the internet watch foundation report on child sexual abuse imagery fund that europe is the world's worst when it comes to online child pornography the continental us around 2 thirds of all confirmed cases with the netherlands having the most the offenders political
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commentator under walker former british police officer peter kirk i'm sure their views on this. it would obviously have to be used very carefully and will be used sparingly. there are various things that could be done to minimize the risk of it being spread further but if the aim is to close down and arrest all those using the particular platform or chat room that you're gaining access to then in a way it's sort of self destructs to a certain extent anyway in the united kingdom these sorts of images and videos would be illegal and the reason that they're illegal is not because there's a victim of them because clearly there isn't it in a simulated image but what there it what it has the potential to do is to excite offenders and what we don't want to do is have a government in your up producing material that can potentially excite people into offending in real life or outside the virtual world and i can understand that view
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but the amounts of child sexual imagery that. is absolutely enormous anything added by the german police would be an absolute drop in the ocean i also think there's another more general concern about the issue of entrapment we have as a society have to protect our society from police going too far and i think that this potentially is a bridge too far this wouldn't be entrapment and entrapment is unlawful it would be a means of getting into a closed close space for a very long time in the u.k. the police have used informants who have participated in the commission of crimes in a minor role classically the getaway driver. in a bank robbery. would be able to pay off for us as a participating informant in the crime i think the significant concern is that people who starts on child pornography will begin offending against children in
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real life it's hard to imagine anybody saying i'm only willing to consume fake child pornography i should majed you. i just don't see that anybody would would delineates in that way if they were a sex offender and i think putting more material onto a dark web seems instinctively to me to be making the problem potentially far worse policing in these sorts of areas is a dirty business and sometimes you have to get your hands dirty to a certain extent to take out the really bad players. car bombs going off the police station in southwest colombia killing 3 officers and injuring a further 10 it happened in the tunnel under. located about 500 kilometers from the capital it is a known spot for violence local newspapers reported that the explosion caused a major blackout police have not yet spoken on who is responsible for the attack.
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of colombia's already being enduring widespread government protests the murder of the capital has imposed the citywide curfew to try and keep the renewed wave of demonstrations bay the tos though that the clashes with police. thanks. i. will be seems date back to thursday which was when thousands turned against presidents. to a police used tear gas and water cannons demonstrators threw rocks there demanding better living conditions tax and pension reforms on moves to tackle government corruption but leaders say there are no plans to change course artie's nicholas sanchez o'donovan reports now from the colombian capital. the day
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the historic national antigovernment strike has shown us the consequences both politically and on the streets here we can see some of the damage as many others this. was completely vandalized destroyed by protest as we can see what they used not only to destroy this bus stop but right here they were throwing these rocks at police that what. with tear gas with water cannons and rubber bullets. i. i i. i i. was but mainly it was a peaceful protest and it was
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a massive protest as well over $200000.00 colombians marched nationwide protest in and it demanded more infrastructure and more money for education whether students but then you have the indigenous leaders they have fights in social justice in rural areas so that's a different front and then you have the unions they fight in so that the government doesn't implement the tax reforms that they trying to implement and more importantly they don't touch so that the government doesn't touch the pension system so they see different fronts and now it's going to be very interesting to see how the government addresses all of those different fronts it's going to be very difficult for the government to try and address all of those once. head testing telling tesla the electric vehicle makers on breakable new cyber truck . just some of what we've got lined up for you this.
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they put themselves on the line they did accept the reject. so when you want to be president and. want to. have to go right to be close this is what before 3 of them or you could get. interested always in the water. so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race. spearing dramatic development the only relief i'm going to resist i
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don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. if the minutes into the program welcome bug rush is being lining its security concerns over japan's military alliance with the united states foreign minister surrogate love for off spoke out a news conference following the latest g. 20 foreign ministers meeting. there. were at the gathering of the g. 20 foreign ministers in japan but actually we are inside a hotel every once in a while down the corridor that you can see right behind me foreign ministers of the
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most influential countries around the world. and the bilateral meetings happen in the rooms just like the one that i'm in right now and some of them have been scheduled long before. the talks between. the new japanese foreign minister and mr here's what the russian top diplomat said after he met his japanese colleague look at the show you see born in this in its relations with japan washington doesn't shy away from saying that russia and china pose the main threat for doku and that all their military alliances will be based on countering those threats of course we've discussed the matter with the japanese foreign minister because that goes against what tokyo says that is that their military and political alliance with washington is not directed against russia on the other hand another meeting that came out as a real surprise was between the russian top diplomat and also the incoming u.s. ambassador to russia who is currently at the deputy secretary of state and here's
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what we heard from sergey lavrov about that meeting go didn't we go we talked about how we should resolve numerous problems in our relations taken the john sullivan head of the american delegation during negotiations on strategic cooperation with russia that was a useful conversation despite the fact that of course washington's behavior in the asia pacific region is not officially on the g 20 agenda here in japan sergey lavrov told journalists that russia did bring this issue up a few times during his meetings with the other foreign ministers here in the. little slips in the new arms race isn't on the g 20 agenda although the country organizing it could offer to at any issue during the talks i'm talking about the meetings between foreign ministers these questions are important for our dialogue with the united states europe and countries in the asia pacific region especially after washington killed all of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty going
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back to the building of surrogate lab robb's a new friendship with the new japanese foreign minister mr. he's expected to come to moscow before the end of this year i mean we have a train go in japan. in the middle east all my clashes in the iraqi capital between anti-government demonstrators and security officers and did at least 60 wounded it follows thursday. which so i meet people killed the protests erupted at the start of a. government corruption muscled employment feeling public services. roots of supporters of spain's right wing. movement march through the capital to commemorate the 83rd anniversary of the death of spanish profile just leader jose antonio primo the reverse protesters chanted slogans in supports all spanish unity politician to refer it was executed during the country's civil war in 1030.
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was a small guys blanketed pakistan's 2nd largest city forcing schools and colleges to shut down for at least 3 days the international has issued a warning over the worst thing or equality in law or stressing that every resident in the cities at risk thick fog descends on the city every december but the problem has grown worse and occurred earlier in recent years due to high levels of pollution. and thousands of people across from circling for greater action against sexual to mystic prods have been marching in many major cities this saturday purple signs against what they call a feminist struggle. studies revealed france was among the highest for domestic violence cases in europe 130 women reportedly being killed by their partners in the country and 29. the electric vehicle maker tesla may be pushing the boundaries in transport but the showcase launch of
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its futuristic new cyber truck proved to be well not exactly the smash hit for about. sure yeah. well. maybe that was a little too hard for. you. to go through also taking a big hit after the botched launch tesla c.e.o. elon musk's personal network it's plunged by $768000000.00 after that the firm share price able to dive 6 percent in one day well the internet's revved up the me machine of course comparing the small truck to big time traveling delorean from back to the future to the physical metaphor as well as for musk's embarrassment and
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spotting its on county resemblance to old school video game it's well must have been on twitter that they have got some improvements to me before going into production and posted the video to prove the steel ball stunt had gone well in herself. when it is not only the window it was that well don't make the cut a tesla car owner in europe learn the hard way about the very heart of the vehicle it's the batteries underneath could prove. you covered this for they asked and i enjoyed every minute of driving this car from the 1st to the last it it's amazing to drive an electric car when it catches fire 10 seconds after a collision and just 60 kilometers an hour and you're happy that a passer by saved you from death i'm disappointed.
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in the inquiry we live on lithium is used in the battery cells of electric cars the same that are used for mobile phones and cordless drills and if it ignites the fire cannot be extinguished with water it continues to burn it simply provides itself with oxygen from the water burns until it burns out in cleveland. the towing company said it was in a vicious circle as nobody would agree to take the car tesla had a company that was supposed to dispose of broken cars all rather their batteries but this company told me that they've still not received permission from the ministry because apparently my testimony for the 1st fully electric car in austria which needed to be disposed of. i'm now very negative towards electric cars as long as there are other cars on the market i would never buy i want to get. ok whenever you feel the need to know
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what's making headlines around the world this weekend artie's twitter page has you covered well worth some of your scrolling time today. tough and i mean i'm on the floor of the highest in my town the way you go through a food. bank itself mukti about. closing this way got to talk so hard not to think of the mother disappeared this moment the look of a coward and an empty stomach and if. this is the only thing that we do is music because everybody fights his way.
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max kaiser this is the kaiser report yes there is one number only one number we must get to the number of greatest number ever invented by humankind we're going to get to that number is better than the living is better than mars living it's the s. and p. 500 number stacy we continue to go up and down up and down there's a lot of hope a lot of euphoria and a lot of tension about the trade deal with china but before that we're going to look at the underlying cause of the latest hyper inflationary move in the stock
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markets and that's been the fed the fed of course is essentially the cause of the entire rise in the stock market since 20072008 the financial crisis they've been pouring trillions of dollars into their bodies on wall street and that's one of their buddies i was a really happy for me that's the opening bell out there so fed will not disclose which banks are receiving repo cash for at least 2 years this is our friends i gat the gold antitrust action committee out there in connecticut and they filed a freedom of information request with the fed they asked them who's getting this repo cash if you want to know which investment banks have been getting the infamous repo loans from the federal reserve bank of new york in recent weeks as gats a has wanted to know you'll have to wait 2 years according to a letter received from the bank today in response to gattis request for information to delay the new york.


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