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carnival for the. man suspected of stabbing 2 people to death in the british capital is revealed have had a previous conviction for terrorist. suspects in another study and another remains at large. u.s. democrat strategists who work for barack obama are accused of creating fake local news in a bid to sway the 2020 lection in crucial swing states. germany declares that the migrant crisis is officially over though new figures suggest integrating the country hasn't been the greatest of success.
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either thanks so much for joining us this is r.t. international. the suspect in the fatal stabbing of 2 people in central london on friday has been identified he recently served time for previous terrorism related offenses the british prime minister has criticised the practice of automatic early release. it's clear to me that. this guy was. served half of his sentence use out on automatic early release and i have long said that this system simply isn't working it does not make sense for us as a society to put it in putting terrorist people who have convicted of terrorist offenses a serious violent offenses out on early release i'm quite clear that it's the job of the joint terrorism analysis to assess threat level. credible for a long time as being civil which means an attack east highly likely
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a couple of weeks ago it was taken to reduce that to substantial which research back is likely that even the police officer the service or anybody else the stress because of it or the posture of the the straw those was less so but the police are still doing their job or the resources that are stretched to the code to keep us safe 28 year old was monk can have a prior conviction for islamic terrorism and was only released from prison last december he was jailed for planning a bomb attack on the london stock exchange in 2010 so now widely reported his other targets back then included the u.s. embassy and boris johnson the mayor of london at the time he was still wearing his electronic tag when he carried out the attack in which on top of the 2 fatal if these 3 other people were injured. these are eyewitness videos filmed in the area which is a busy thoroughfare in the city and as you see some civilians were wrestling with the suspect pinning into the ground one man managed to get a knife off the attacker he was then shot dead by police is out some describe the
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moment of the attack. a mass rushing of people falling over each other smashing bottles knocking. people really like that making the barrier the big flood of people rushing scrambling calling every basically there was a lot of movement going on the panic. those kind of counts are just like a wave of something going on. and then suddenly everybody said go down into the basement it was extremely frightening because you don't know what to do you know you have just i don't want to think twice gunshots going off and once again. the british prime minister is paid tribute to members of the public who helped to bring down the perpetrator is the 1st terrorist attack on pretty sore since boris johnson took office there not in recent history.
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i. the world. we discussed the incident with former british intelligence officer annie machon on the former head of the u.k.'s national counter-terrorism security office chris phillips. interesting that the threat level was reduced very shortly before this attack happened but it came as we're seeing more and more previously convicted islamist terrorists being released back onto u.k. streets the high level of threat would be because there was specific intelligence
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indicating that some sort of attack was being planned and it would be reduced if there was no such specific intelligence to substantial as a general threat level in this case because he was acting apparently as a lone wolf there would be no indication that he was planning anything there would be potentially no chatter out there to be intercepted so they would have seen any of the a preemptive intelligence that our spy agencies are actually mandated to try and gather all that they seem to be able to do at the moment is gather intelligence which they can then use after an attack in the manner of our police forces to gather evidence to try and piece together what happened in the run up to such an attack that is not the work of intelligence agencies that is the work of the police and it's an intelligence failure you know it's there it's a real problem for a criminal justice system which is not doing what it should do or not sleep in the public so this man was 1 really i mean the. investigation was brilliant it gave the evidence and got him convicted in court but for some reason our criminal justice
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system and judges and the way our system works allows people out halfway through their sentence which means 5 or 6 years after e committed this offense he was back on the streets and he was still radicalized so it's very difficult for the police to to monitor people like this and of course if they just want to pick up a knife it's pretty much impossible to stop as well so so the criminal justice system here is at fault. us democrat strategists who previously were braca barbara now being accused of creating fake news in a bid to sway next year's presidential election that's after they've launched a media company called career news room with the aim of countering donald trump's dominance online in key swing states and guess the delves 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
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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 ime to 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. gallon who go to yes we can campaign slogan tattooed on her arm because a bomb a sign that this is the kind of journalism a company acronym puts out warning it's a scream or.
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cry. what tara is going to do is stalk you on lud 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 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
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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 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 tattooed on her arm 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 asian that's 5 but only democrats kremlin ling 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
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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 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
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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 a side whose hands a new cleaner than trumps. by pledges to go green or u.k. supermarkets appear to have been misleading their customers a report by the environmental group greenpeace claims that 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 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 and items greenpeace's report says 7 out of 10 supermarkets in the united kingdom use more plastic packaging this year than in 28
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team here out of plastic has risen almost 1000000 tonnes a year the report also indicates the main ways in which supermarkets can improve their green track records 1st they should increase the share of recyclable packaging currently the u.k.'s leading players aim to recycle between 30 and 40 percent they should also reduce the share of plastics the made supermarkets failing significantly falling short of their own targets in that respect despite that they make quite a song and dance by promoting their green policies. morrisons has announced it is removing black plastic from all of its own brand food and drink packaging to make it more easily recycle it will in an attempt to reduce plastic waste items including pastor frisian verge wind and washing up liquid will be
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available at waitrose without any packaging charge george a lecturer in environmental studies at the u.k.'s kill university says supermarkets promise a lot but do little. to go past 3 or none of these things require is a quite big behavior change close to the facts so you just flip and try something and that it doesn't work what we've seen what we've seen in some supermarkets trialing trialing different tilton to part of the course is not an immediate turn make them switching back and think a little bit to merely at the moment this or same to be greener and this is his big action been taken with the easy friends 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
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a box and say we don't help it and they. really think about this and they need to be more investment in real solutions that really have a bigger impact. millions of shoppers across the world queued up for hours to get the very best deals stream the retail fast called black friday but despite being billed as a ball going to extravaganza the event is a dirty secret gillum opening new york explains 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
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a war zone. the stampede over short for jackets people see shopping each other one sales rep climbing on a table to ski. advertising pumps up energy and anticipation of the big day the black friday sale is now on the fact that let's make black friday bright. the deal that called out to you from 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 an even more serious injuries are not unheard of mother earth also takes a beating with all the electricity used
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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 into logically conscious a carbon footprint sequel to europe's a go be struck of clothesline through to incinerate seed every 2nd nearly 30000000000 pounds of unsold stock burnt to protect the breeze brand image the fashion industry is no stranger to environmental abuses. and that. climate protests have also been scheduled this year to coincide with the annual shopping stampede so which wars will win out 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. for the
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environment you know the pens were a place. the state has been well. you don't want to buy something. that's how i see it and if you want to spend the money. still ahead german officials say that the migrant crisis is a thing of the past even though data integration paints a somewhat less rosy picture details after the break. 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 to follow only. exists i
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don't see how that strategy will be successful very critical time to sit down and talk. the official for russia is not. doing. for instance he the contrary to his predecessors he did not stop any war so probably it is it is a little bit. more predictable in the. perspective on the other hand the world is changing it is achievable in force and come on it's not supposedly mistook making the dangers place is just the symptom of the change.
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germany has declared the crisis has come to an end however new figures suggest integrating the new comers hasn't quite gone to plan of until a sepsis expects remember this. goofy cute. pushing table to the rich since very few really under procrit. shocking images highlighting the scale of the migrant crisis while the head of germany's migrate. 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
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migrants were all praising the integration courses billions of year olds have been spent to deal with the crisis and help new arrivals 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 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 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 once 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 the recent eagle
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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 requires 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 use external borders we've left the money in for too long if we don't do this will experience a wave of refugees like in 2015 or perhaps an even larger one germany worries there is no common e.u. approach to migrant policy n. 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
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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 effective 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 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 are in 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 that's after he likened trump's supporters to members of islamic state. the behavior is that i'm
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seeing here and this is anecdotal or very similar to the way that isis members are they are true believers and this is their reality and they will not surrender you know they're dead enders malcolm nuns is a former intelligence officer for the u.s. navy and a regular commentator on m s n b c he's known for his stance and discomfort criticism the spreading 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 self starting radical self radicalized terrorists donald trump had been under russian intelligence surveillance for a very long time as early as 977 with his 1st wife ivana and ivana was from the czech republic which at that time was chocolate then they brought him to
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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 . hello rivera editorial director at the online news site reactionary times believe it's wrong to give people like nonce a platform it was extremely inflammatory rhetoric just trying to store 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 in libelous against conservatives in supporters of president fox it's down right on patriotic. bringing now some
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breaking news from the netherlands why are the suspect who allegedly carried out a stabbing attack in the hague yesterday has been arrested it happened a few hours after the latest assault in the british capital 3 people were injured in that attack which happened on the main shopping street in the hague sparking panic among shoppers 6. the victims were all mine as soon have since been discharged from hospital police say the suspects 35 years old and of no fixed address he's been taken into custody for questioning. push a company this is our to international join me for updates in just over 30 minutes time.
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