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and care for dogs in commercial reading this so many most of that opposition is coming from huge agricultural rooms and industries that have nothing to do with jobs don't buy dog. a man suspected of starving 2 people to death in the british capital is revealed to have had a previous conviction for terror of that of the suspect in another stabbing incident in the remains of a large. us democrat strategist who previously worked for barack obama accused of creating a fake local news in a bid to sway the 2020 alexion crucial swing states. germany declares that the margin crisis is officially over figures suggest integrating new comers for the country hasn't been the greatest success.
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from moscow thanks for joining us on r.t. international today i'm daniel hawkins welcome to the program. where we start in the u.k. where this morning where the police have identified a man suspected of fatally stabbing 2 people on london bridge on friday prior conviction for islamic terrorism and was released from prison just one year ago. we are now in a position to confirm the identity of the suspect 28 year old. who had been residing in the stuff for sheria this individual was known to work for a cheese having been convicted in 2012 for terrorism offenses he was released from prison in december 28th seen on license and clearly a key line of inquiry now is to establish how he came to carry out this attack with these witness videos filmed in the area which is a busy thoroughfare in the city as you can see some civilians wrestled with the suspect trying to pin him to the ground one man manages to get a knife off the attacker who was then shot dead by police and the suspect. at the
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time of the attack he was being monitored by m i 5 and the police as well our correspondent dusty has more on the story. it was indeed a major incident and assistant police commissioner and they'll pass you confirmed it was terrorist related as you would expect the nature of the incident we responded to this was terrorist related i'm now in a position that it has been declared a terrorist incident the suspect who was also a fake a hoax explosives attached to him he was shot down at the scene on london bridge it's understood that before he was shot down dead there are members of the public that were pinning him down that was video footage that emerged we understand that many victims are now being treated at hospitals for their injuries some of which are at a serious level the place is still offering statements saying that the public must remain vigilant and stay calm at this moment in time as they say the instance over
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it's no longer ongoing but of course earlier there were scenes of absolute pandemonium and chaos. people. people rushing around. the panic. like a wave or something going on. suddenly everybody said go down into the basement we are taken down till such time as now we've been evacuated well we have had some reaction from the prime minister of course johnson clearly my thoughts 1st my. 41st with the emergency services with the police the bravery they showed in going
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towards danger as they do i also want to pay tribute to the extraordinary bravery of those members of the public who physically intervened knife crime though in the capital of london is at a record high so at the moment people understand. very worried and.
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the former u.k. police officer peter cook explain to us why it's difficult to prevent such attacks . we are seeing so many across the whole of europe and elsewhere so many attacks that just involve knives or vehicles no barrier to anybody putting that sort of attack together you've got the self starters if you like individuals often with petty crime mental health and other problems in their background who self radicalize on the internet and they may not of even talk to anybody and certainly they rarely talk to many people around them or any people around them and so they wouldn't be away of them knowing what was happening down the road let alone in another country. or just a few hours after those events unfolded it in london 3 people were injured in a stabbing incident on the main shopping street and
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a tax sparked panic among shoppers. but. 6 what we know so far is there's a static incidence around one or 2 easter season and 3 people were injured those 3 people. 3 of them are minors and at this moment we haven't seen. them and haven't arrested a suspect yet so we are really very busy. trying to find the suspect 3 people have been injured and yes indeed it is the main street the main shopping street in the hague now this is a friday night so it was bound to be packed with the shoppers but at the same time remember that it is the black friday night as well which. had the scale of the
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whole thing which has led even more people out in the streets seeking for a good deal also adding to that it's christmas time already in europe and for instance here in france there's plenty of christmas markets all christmas markets have been open and operational for quite a while now and it's the same in the netherlands so that being the main shopping street and being called a mark which means that the market well it was again it was bound to be packed with people and we've heard some reports that the attacker apparently it looked like that he he had wanted to injure as many people as possible now initially the dutch police they issued issued a statement saying that they had been looking on for a suspect between 40 and 50 years old and wearing a gray jogging suit we have seen a video of dutch police a pretty handing some man but we have not had any confirmation yet whether or not
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a valid person is in. the suspect wanted in connection with this attack on the main street now again no one has been officially confirmed to be taken into custody yet in connection with that. u.s. democrat strategist sue previously worked for barack obama are now being accused of creating fake news in a bid to sway the $22.00 of the presidential election that's after they've launched a media company called career news room with the aim of countering trump's dominance online in key swing states more guys they are delved deeper. it's certainly daring to take the one thing people still trust in this skeptical and cynical world you local news run by your neighbors people you know and trust and to pervert it into a tool of propaganda macchiavelli himself would be proud while the article she
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publishes are based on facts nothing alerts readers that career publications aren't actually traditional i'm time newspapers but political instruments designed to get them to vote for democrats the movie titanic was based on facts the movie 300 about those spartans was also based on true events the end result was fiction i'm just giving you a heads up for the next time you hear the phrase based on facts it means fiction all of this is brought to you by a woman of questionable more oddity mcgowan who go to yes we can campaign slogan tattooed on her arm because obama signed it this is the kind of journalism a company acronym puts out warning it's a scream or. cry . what tara is going to do is stalk you on lot
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of facebook buy up information about your browsing habits the stories you click if you are susceptible to fake news and then she's going to pay to serve you carefully tailored pro-democrat stories that have based on fact and after she's done with you she'll target your friends and your family with fake news everybody who clicks on my eggs or shares an article we get that data back to create a look like audience to find other people with similar attributes in the same area so we continually grow our ability. define people one could argue that this is the kind of insane short sighted selfish behavior that is destroying trust in journalism in the media but tara isn't going to listen to her journalism is dead she's just making a quick buck kicking the corpse it's for profit
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a lot of people i respect will see this media company as an affront to journalists integrity because they want in their eyes be balanced what i say to them is balance does not exist anymore unfortunately says 33 year old with yes we can add to it and but it's ok she's a democrat if a democrat sets up a fake news network buys out people's personal information serves them with political dissent from ation that's 5 but only democrats kremmling bots continue to stoke political divisions in the us the misinformation on social media are so detailed one about the social media interference weaponization of information by the russians and their proxies their bots and their trolls and everybody else we've been paying the price from russia russian buyouts to fake news
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americans heading to the polls have had to grapple with the question of what is real and what is feet yes they will have to question what is real and what is fake democrats literally setting up fake news websites and serving americans with fake news to sway elections i mean the mosques came off last year when democrats were caught creating fake russian bots to set up and smear a republican candidate an explosive allegation by a government whistleblower that the white house in gauged in a cover up by stashing records of the president's phone call. with a foreign leader in a top secret computer that spread tyrants call for desperate measures and these are desperate times for democrats no messiah no hero candidate has come forward to be trouble so they're getting their hands dirty doing everything they accused russia of the question is on election day why would people vote for
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a side whose hands a new cleaner than trumps. despite pleasures to go green or do you k. supermarkets appear to have been misleading their customers the report by environmental group greenpeace claims they've been using even more plastic having promised to use less it's shocking to see that despite unprecedented awareness of the pollution crisis the amount of single use plastic used by the u.k.'s biggest supermarkets has actually increased in the past year our survey shows the grocery retailers need to tighten up targets to drive real reductions in single use packaging in items greenpeace's reports 7 out of 10 supermarkets in the u.k. used more plastic packaging this year than in 2018 they were out of plastics risen to almost $1000000.00 tonnes per year that's the spike pro public commitments to
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reduce plastic. morrisons has announced it is removing black plastic from all of its own brand food and drink packaging to make it more easily recyclable in an attempt to reduce plastic waste items including pastor. why and washing up liquid will be available at waitrose without any packaging sharon george a lecturer environmental studies at kew university says supermarkets promise a lot but in practice too little. to go past worry about these things require is quite big behavior change coast methods so you just flip and try something and that it doesn't work what we've seen what we see in a some sick mock trial and trial
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a different alternative partisan because there's not an immediate take them this what you back here think a little break to merely at the moment is so saying that be greener and this is this big action been taken with the easy things so plastic bags check out there's been massive shifts none of the big supermarkets are doing things like even offering paper bags which is a great move but that's an easy fix we need to move on to the heart of things and i think it's going to take more than just taking a box and say we don't want it and they are in need to really think about this and it needs to be more investment in real solutions that really haven't taken impact. millions of shoppers across the world queued up for hours to get the best deals during the result as black friday despite being billed as a ball going to the event has secrets to live open in new york explains.
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after the traditional thanksgiving feast many americans might feel a need to go exercise and burn off that extra weight well another annual tradition that was adopted more recently called black friday might be useful for that the day after thanksgiving has been coronated by retailers as it day for massive discounts and low prices on items that might normally be expensive while supplies last of course and in some shopping districts it's almost like a war zone. stampede over short for jackets people see shopping each other one sales rep whining on a table to ski. advertising pumps up energy and anticipation of the big day the black friday sale is now all
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the facts. let's make black friday bright. the deal that called out to you from a bunch of others like most war zones there's usually some collateral damage before the sun goes down 48000000 americans still have debt from black friday 2018 and minor and even more serious injuries are not unheard of mother earth also takes a beating with all the electricity used a mere e-mail sent on black friday at a carbon footprint roughly the size of 4000 flights from london to new york not to mention all the other black friday activities anna wintour the editor in chief of vogue that's a magazine that certainly cashes in on the black friday antics urged her readers to slow down and be more illogically conscious a carbon footprint equal to europe's a go be struck of clothesline food or incinerated every 2nd nearly $30000000000.00 pounds of unsold stock burnt to protect the breeze brand image the fashion industry
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is no stranger to environmental abuses. climate protests have also been scheduled this year to coincide with the annual shopping stampede so which more small without climate concerns or consumerism in the past it's always been the market that takes the cake people are there protesting if they think it's bad for the environment i mean they're going to write it like. you know if. you don't depends how you see it. for the environment you know the pens were a place. the state has been well. that's how it is you don't want to buy something. nobody in philosophy. that's how i see it and if you want to spend the money stranded. germany's the claridge it's market crisis is officially over the new figures suggest that integrating the new comers
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hasn't quite gone to plan or to use a fine except us explains. remember this. is a google a huge relief to the british will not table to hand the receipt it's really really under program. shocking images highlighting the scale of the migrant crisis while the head of germany's migration and refugee office insists that is all in the past the crisis is over and has been for several years however he also admitted it would take years to integrate migrants while praising the integration courses billions of euros have been spent to deal with the crisis and help you are rifles in the hope and such long term
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investments will pay off but let's have a closer look 1st at the courses which so more praises for its effectiveness and it had a questionable effect with increasing numbers failing the basic german language exam and course providers sued for falsifying documents 2nd migrants continue to come to the country that critics say is an unsustainable numbers the minister also says that $145000.00 are estimated to arrive this year only just down from 161002018 the minister also wants migrants to be taken back from their home countries and was the e.u. to help set up jobs for them there europe must help african countries to create jobs for people so that they can live in their homelands meanwhile a recent eagle reporter warns integration problems may produce an entire lost generation of young migrants the young age of many newly arrived persons and their
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backgrounds of conflict and persecution. why a smart investments for successful integration this report aims to contribute to reflection on how to achieve this thus making sure that a whole generation will not be lost germany's interior minister warns unless the issue is tackled the migrant crisis will get worse and then the one that peaked 4 years ago we need to do more to help our european partners with controls at the e.u.'s external borders we've left them alone for too long if we don't do this will experience a wave of refugees like in 2015 or perhaps an even larger war germany worries there is no common easy you approach to migrant policy and that puts the country at risk yet even germany's ministers appear to disagree among themselves with the migration chief insisting the crisis of 2015 cannot happen again with this government the asylum care similar to the one in 2015 cannot be repeated we asked people on the
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streets of berlin on how affective the migrant integration process has been deaths not working so well because when when there are too many people around a day to cannot integrate so good i think they're doing a better job than other countries i know a couple of other countries that i thought about moving to that don't really care about people who aren't them i mean obviously we are in germany experience of the 2nd world war that it's tough to build up your country but you know someone has to do it and so therefore most probably we need to support these guys. to go back to their home country and you know and we have them to develop their infrastructure. and american author who often appears as a commentator on news programs is making headlines of his own so after he lost control supporters the members of the terror group islamic state. the behaviors that i'm seeing here and this is anecdotal are very similar to the way that isis
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members are they are true believers and this is their reality and they will not surrender it you know they're dead enders malcolm nuts is a former intelligence officer for the u.s. navy and the regular commentator on m s n b c he's known for his anti trump's thoughts he's come in for some criticism for supporting conspiracy theories. these people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of what the disenfranchisement of the white race is feeling and donald trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head there are no different than the mobilized you know some starting radicals radicalized terrorists donald trump had been under russian intelligence surveillance for a very long time as early as 1977 with his 1st wife ivana and ivana was from the czech republic which at that time was chocolate then they brought him to moscow for what he wanted which was trump tower but from that moment on an enormous
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dossier of information was collected on him and more importantly how to exploit him . at its will direct threat the reactionary times says it's wrong to give people what not support for. stream only inflammatory and hateful rhetoric just trying to stir up controversy to this point the left has no shame in the rhetoric that they're willing to use the most inflammatory disgusting slanderous commentary against anyone that you want to. detachment from reality the trump derangement syndrome so to speak go ahead and say anything about anyone that type of rhetoric is not only disgusting and slanderous and libelous against conservatives and supporters of president trump it's downright unpatriotic. in the u.s. a fake university created by immigration authorities thought would be illegal
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migrants has led to the arrest of some $250.00 people just since january but prosecutors are saying there is no doubt the suspect just wanted the student visa and had no intention of study. their true intent could not be clearer while enrolled at the university 100 percent of the foreign citizen students never spent a single 2nd in a classroom if it were truly about obtaining an education the university would not have been able to attract anyone because it had no teacher's classes or educational services. the university of farmington as it was called was run by undercover homeland security agents more than $600.00 students were enrolled there the majority from india according to reports 80 percent eventually left the country voluntarily or human labor rights lawyer donald carbolic says the students were stitched up. the idea of law enforcement is you prove they're real criminals from carrying out crimes that they were intending to commit.
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capturing people already committing crimes you don't set up a fake university for student immigrants us legitimate visas and then deport them because they tried to go to the fake universally you set up they already managed to get student visas they obviously never money for tuition that i'm sure they would have paid do a legitimate school these people were not a threat to anyone they were a threat to our immigration policy they want a right to our borders and again the american public should be very upset that their tax dollars are the least in this way. but set for when an elephant smiles come up next the noughties documentary channel a team and i are back at naleo moscow time so i mean that is the global news headlines.
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