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we ask. a man suspected of stabbing 2 people to death in the british capital is revealed to have a previous conviction for terror offenses suspect in another stabbing incident in the netherlands remains at large. us democratic strategist who previously worked for barack obama accused of creating fake local news in a bid to sway the 2020 alexion in crucial swing states. and germany declares that the moderate crisis is officially over though new figures suggest integrating new comers to the country hasn't been the greatest of success is.
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live from moscow thanks for joining us in r.t. international i'm daniel hawkins today welcome to the program. and police in the u.k. have identified a man suspected of fatally stabbing 2 people in london separately in the netherlands a man who hours later injured 3 people in a stabbing incident in the hague remains at large egos run off as the latest. well the key development that happened overnight is that london police have identified the attacker as the 28 year old man and the key thing to know about that person is that not only had he been known to the police as an islamic extremist he also had a conviction for islamic terrorism in fact he could only released from jail last december and he was still wearing his tracking tag his electronic tag at the time of the attack a reminder on friday he jumped on a few people at a very busy london fair affair and he killed 2 and injured 3 others those who
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happened to be there at the moment of the attack describe the horror and panic that initially overwhelmed the crowd but a mass rushing at people for doing it we each other smashing a lot of. people really by panicking in the barrio was a big flood of people rushing around calling every time there's a lot of. panic. those kind of counselors and like a wave or something going on. and then suddenly everybody said go down into the basement it was extremely frightening yeah but if you don't know what to do you know you have done so i just i don't want to do think twice gunshots going off in london again and despite eyewitness accounts there are also eyewitness videos out there online of of the incident of the attack and what they show is the role that ordinary civilians they just random passers by played in apprehending the suspect
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he's seen being wrestled on the ground by bystanders by people who just happened to be there and could be potential victims of his attack so really just ordinary people managed to wrestle him on the ground one of the man is seen even taking away a knife from him bright before the policeman shot him dead now boris johnson the prime minister. britain he acknowledged the role and he praised those who held the law enforcement by by showing their position by physically intervening and preventing more deaths and preventing more casualties boris johnson it's the 1st terrorist incident of this kind as he's been serving his role as a prime minister of great britain for the u.k. in general though it isn't.
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now a few hours later the hague got rocked by a stabbing attack over its own it happened on the main shopping streets and the videos from the scene showed plenty of commotion and scare 6.
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now 3 people were injured in that attack all of them minors but we've just learned that they have already been released from hospital so they're fine now this as i've said it happened on the main shopping street of the hague and mind it was a friday night so it was packed with shoppers on top of that it was a black friday night so it was packed with even more people than usual because. of all the people looking for a good deal now that suspect is still at large now the police they still have not confirmed whether or not it was a terrorist related incident they've said that they're looking into all possibilities as of now also they've put out an a.p.b. for a man between 40 and 50 years old wearing a gray jogging suit that situation is still unfolding that suspect is still at large. with us democratic strategist sue previously worked with barak of bahrain are being accused of creating fake news in a bid to sway the 2020 presidential election that's after they've launched the
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media company called korean news room with the aim of countering donald trump's dominance on line in key swing states or against the us 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 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
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a woman of questionable more ality. gallon who go to yes we can campaign slogan tattooed on her arm because above a sign that this is the kind of journalism a company acronym puts out warning it's a screamer. what tara is going to do is stalk you on lot of facebook buy up information about your browsing habits the stories you click if you're 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
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or shares an article we get that data back to create a look alike 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 yeah it's for profit a lot of people i respect will see this media company as an affront to turn the mystic integrity because it won't in their eyes be balanced what i say to them is balance does not exist anymore unfortunately says a 33 year old with yes we can tattooed 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
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political dissent from asian 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 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
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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 any top secret computer desperate tyrants call for desperate measures and these are desperate times for democrats no messiah or no hero candidate has come forward to be trouble so they're getting their hands dirty doing everything they're cues to russia the question is on election day why would people vote for a side whose hands a new cleaner than trumps. that's what blows used to go green and u.k. supermarkets appear to have been misleading their customers that's according to a report by environmental group greenpeace i mean they've been using ever 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
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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 the greenpeace report says 7 out of 10 that supermarkets in the u.k. use more plastic this year than in 2018 the amount of plastics risen to almost $1000000.00 tonnes per year the report also indicates the main ways in which supermarkets can improve their green track records firstly they should increase the share of recyclable packaging right now the u.k.'s leading players aim to recycle between 30 and 40 percent and they should also reduce the share of plastics with the main supermarkets falling significantly short of their own targets in this respect despite that of course they've made quite a song and dance promoting their green policies.
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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 past. why and washing up liquid will be available at waitrose without any packaging. or in georgia lecture environmental studies a q university says supermarkets promise a lot but in practice there's too little. to go past to worry about these 2 choirs of aquatic behavior change course to the facts so to just flip and try something and that it doesn't work what we've seen what we're seeing is some supermarkets trialing trialing different alternative products and because there's not an immediate chop turning down the switching back there is nothing a little bit to me at the moment this or same to be greener and this is his big
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action been taken with the easy things so plastic bags check out this plan massive shifts none of the big supermarkets are doing things like he did offering paper bags this is a great move but that's an easy fix we now need to move on to the heart of things and i think that it's going to take more than just ticking a box and say we don't have beds and they time to really think about this and it needs to be more investment in real solutions to really have a bigger impact. millions of shoppers across the world queued up for hours to get the best deals during the resale 1st known as black friday despite being billed as a bargain extravaganza the event was a dirty secret kellam open in new york's plains. after the traditional thanksgiving feast many americans might feel a need to go exercise and burn off that extra weight well another annual tradition
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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. the stampede over shirts with 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 that. let's make black friday bright. the deal that called out to you from
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a bunch of thousands 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 to 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 into logically conscious a carbon footprint sequence or europe's a go be struck of clothesline food or incinerated every 2nd nearly 30000000000 pounds of unsold stock burnt to protect but a breeze primed. the fashion industry is no stranger to environmental abuses.
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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 because 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. if for the environment you know the pens were a place. comically the state is going well. that's how it is you don't want to buy something you really got to buy is a nobody in flossy you know buying to us. that's how i see it you know and if you want to spend the money stranded germany says it's modern crisis is over new data though suggests integrating the new comers could have gone better more laps off of this quick break.
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industry is based on greed and that greed is based on this. rush to change the latest much paper wealth as possible even though it's not genuine wealth spot actual money it's not gold like a warren buffett just hoards of money like an old granny what hoard phone books and that doesn't credible damage because it inculcates into the population this notion of wholly to be. beneficial for russia is not chump is doing. is not doing for instance he on the contrary to his predecessors he did not start a new war so probably it is it is a little bit safer more predictable in these perspectives on the other hand all the
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world is changing it is a true bill in pools and. it's not supposedly mr trump who is making the dangerous place he is just the symptom of the change that so. much the program germany's the clear that it's modern crisis is over though new figures suggest integrating the new government has gone to plan. sips us as more. remember this. the google a huge relief to the british it will not be able to handle the gritty d.c.
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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 investments will pay off but let's have a closer look 1st at the courses which so more praises for its effectiveness and 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
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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 they are europe must help african countries to create jobs for people so that they can live in their homelands meanwhile the recent eagle reporter warns integration problems may produce an entire lost generation of young migrants the young age of many newly arrived persons and the 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
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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 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 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 is tough to build up your country but you know someone has to do
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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 off the line can trump 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 i system are they are true believers and this is their reality and they will not surrender it you know they're dead enders. that was a full intelligence officer for the u.s. navy and a regular commentator on us and b. c. he's known for years and he trump stance and has come in for criticism for supporting conspiracy theories but these people feel that they are the foot soldiers and executors of what the disenfranchisement of the white race is feeling
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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 dossier of information was collected on him and more importantly how to exploit him . editorial director at the reaction i time says it's wrong to give people like months a platform it was a 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
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. 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 in supporters of president trump it's downright unpatriotic. while it's fairly easy to identify what political tribe someone belongs to when you see them as a talking head or a new show or read the posts on twitter out in the real world it can be harder to spot who's what has put it work on the latest episode of in case you missed it without me trick for telling republicans or democrats. somebody ripped the rise political climate in the us is a tricky business. if only there was a way to know whether you're about to be engaged by a democrat or a republican before it actually happens and then you can make your escape what
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apparently you can and it will in the genes i know these jeev use these in an unlikely turn of events the rule street journal has come to our rescue it studied consumer data and found that republicans prefer. democrats prefer levis yet republicans all think back our boys and democrats all want to be from san francisco that's houston is the finest is actually based in san francisco i wonder what it actually is about let's give it a try. there is one. now this is a pair of levi's and i have to say that a serious i put them or not i felt a bit windy and i fell asleep immediately to tax someone and socialize their health care. to give these wranglings a try the race it is
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a little tight but the way they say it makes me want to exercise my 2nd amendment rights and should someone have something to themselves tool so are there other ways to spot political tribes based on these consumer figures sees someone driving a boat driving through a starbucks drive through there is a very high trunk but they identify it as a democrat among other things season one driving a g.m.c. truck through a chick fil a. is a valuable to trump low in the public good my advice good for the boss and wearing new jeans a tool that someone who hasn't got. the politics on their mind boom bust special coming up just a few moments time sounds good save his way through the wings to bring you another news run down to peter moskos i'm going then.
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so what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have it's crazy. let it be an arms race is often very dramatic development only personally i'm going to resist i don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time time to sit down and talk. this is a story about what happens auster a stray bullet kills a young girl in the streets. what happens to her family and daughters in florida you know the mother daughter is buried in a cemetery it really messes with your head what happens to the community the public was screaming for a scapegoat the police needed a scapegoat so why not choose a 19 year old black kid with a criminal record who better to pen this than him and what happens in court be.
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shocked shocked as far off as i feel. we don't know still just brutal. end of this trial unfortunately you. will still not know all children. well this is a boom box broadcasting around the world and covering all aspects of our global economy in the 21st century. and i'm christiane washington we have a special show focusing on the fact. here's what we have coming up earlier this month we dove deep into rules controversial partnership with accenture in health
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care that prompted federal regulators to launch an investigation into the matter we had a power panel weigh in on what the feds might do and a warning of what this new health world means for all our future. as the use of virtual assistants is expanding and becoming intertwined to our daily lives we ask just how reliable are these robotic we talk about the vulnerabilities in these systems and the responsibility of tech companies to lock them down it is going to do to speed forward should society tap the brakes just long enough to sort out the developments we spoke with you know on a struggle in the copenhagen denmark about the growth of microchip being human and what those controversial practice could play in the cashless society we have a packed show today let's get right to it. earlier this month we told you that google had partnered with extension health care the 2nd largest health care provider in the nation to gather and process data on tens of millions of americans just one day after a u.s.
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federal regulator in sniff she added an investigation into the deal the office for civil rights in the department of health and human services is going to look into the data collection and whether or not it violates hipaa laws these are federal laws that protect the identity of medical patients and their information now as a reminder except that health care operates 2600 hospitals and hundreds of doctors' offices which means that about 150 google engineers have access to very specific health information on about 50000000 americans across 21 states prior to this agreement with google which launched in july of 2018 extension had its digital records spread across 40 data centers but let's be very clear about this google is not taking over the medical records google is uploading these tens of millions of individual records to its cloud computing services and then using that information to build advanced artificial intelligence which would then be used to prescribe treatments to doctors.


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