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but what is a risk and how do you know if it's worth to take you to. greece and turkey fired tear gas as tensions on the border rise with thousands of refugees trying to get you telling them that. the world health organization warns it is too early to hope for an end to the coronavirus by the summer and spanish students condemned plans to give parents the final say on whether children should take sex education classes we debated the parental veto is proven throughout the world that early good quality age appropriate relationships are to education does actually work to say that the state law scholar. muscle into an area with which parents be doing extremely well for thousands of years is just simply it's not good.
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clothes are you watching r t international where she's gone 3 in the afternoon here in moscow now e.u. foreign ministers have fully backed down after talks on the escalating refugee crisis at its border despite both turkey and greece firing tear gas migrants are continuing to cross groups of asylum seekers using the take gas to you is a smokescreen against police trying to stop them greek offices are also foreign water cannon and any body who approaches the border fence tens of thousands of refugees have been gathering along the greek border since ankara last week said it would no longer on or a 2016 migration deal on friday tensions were also high on the turkish side.
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well e.u. chiefs have said they won't be pressurised foreign ministers were meeting on friday to discuss the situation here on the border between greece and turkey amid fresh tensions as you can see some of the army vehicles leading the border area now and this is both sides have been accusing the other of using tear gas we've had images from the greek side that they say shows turkish c.s. gas being deployed into no man's land and into their territory and what they described as being a series of coordinated attacks they've also provided us with images which show c.s. gas canisters that they say they were able to lay to retrieve which have markings
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on them now they have also been reports that the. military and the police force are aiding the migrants to try and cross into greek territory in fact some are even accusing them of trying to julan means using violence to demand access to not just greece but the e.u. but those are of course unconfirmed reports now the e.u. foreign affairs minister has been defiant about the situation and has said that the buddhas will remain closed if you want to avoid critical situation. people have to prove. they don't have to tell the people. people have. led to this. well turkey has said it borders will remain open they have been open now for a round a week and we know that camps. all forming on the other side on the turkish side as
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migrants come close to the border in the hope of getting into the e.u. . now amid these skirmishes between the 2 sides we know that turkey is now reinforcing its security forces on the border. a 1000 special forces officers are being deployed to the merrick river on the border fully equipped to event people being pushed back now just to give you a sense of how many people have tried to get through or at least hunger temps or have been of people trying to get through in the last week we're talking 203040000 attempts in the 12 hours between thursday evening and friday morning they were just under 3000 attempts actually down from the night before when there was some 7000 attempts for people to get through the border now turkey has said this is syrians
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who are waiting to try and cross into the e.u. 3 says that's not true in fact they've given the statistics that show all of the around 250 people that have been arrested in the last week the majority were from afghanistan some 64 percent they said in regard to syrians who have been arrested it so far only been 4 percent but the feeling here in greece is one of defiance we know that they're also trying to extend the fence the physical fence between turkey and greece extending it from around 12 and a half kilometers up to 40 kilometers and in fact we've seen new barbed wire fencing passing as it stands defiant and has the e.u. to back it the message to migrants is you shall not pass. ski r.t. casting yes on the greek turkish border we discussed growing crisis there with a political analyst from greece and also with a turkish ambassador. the greek government has no other option in his or theirs borders asserts to stand in so you have the guns now there are 4000.
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migrants are already in the zone between greece and turkey of greece accept them we're going to be. 500000 more and the person who people whom the being applied i don't see why the government could do but we mustn't forget during the previous refugee crisis. the political system you're actually collapsed over traditional be part of this were destroyed we have been taking care of the asylum seekers for the last 7 years and we have spent more than 40 billions. worrying about them is that concept which can be described as a day late a dollar short the europeans should not have closed their ears to our warnings for the last 7 years be told them numerous times and we're still telling them the solution is to bring democracy to syria the solution is not for these or at least
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to go to europe or for them to stay in turkey and now fortunately the park there was ignoring us and now i think they are starting to take us seriously. the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus well or why it has reached 100000 hold out of the world health organization warns it's still too early to predict the decline of the app reich. we do not know years what the activity or the behavior of this wireless will be in different climatic conditions and it's a false hope to say yes it will just disappear in the summertime like influenza virus we hope it does i would die would be a godsend but we can't make that assumption or 6 cases were confirmed in russia on friday bringing the total number in the country to 10 or 6 new victims had come from italy people on the same flight to have been asked to call an ambulance and not to leave their homes many more around russia who have visited virus hotspots have been put into quarantine r.t.
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russian has this report on the country's handling of the situation. the man who was russia's 1st patient came off a flight from milan we now know that the virus is in russia and an epidemic may have started the effects of which are difficult to predict at that of you know 14 here it is a very interesting virus if the cells into thinking that it contains something beneficial and the cells accept it. if you feel unwell ice difficult to breathe should you go to a hospital you know you need to go all 3 or one or 3 medics will come and assess the situation if they find out that the patient has a serious risperidone infection and has been in risk areas then the basement will be taken into quarantine. i went to competition in italy where there was no app demick at the time a few days after i arrived back home to russia i started to feel well now in a new municipal hospital in moscow while originally started from
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a initial infection we are from to spread to all provinces here at the moment of the specific moment when i understood that the situation with serious it took one or 2 days on the 22nd of december i was out with friends the next day i wanted to go to the city center of my friend told me the metro had been closed but those 8 year i tried entering the. true but it was shot everything was closed to me and the 144 people were evacuated to 2 men from new one on their arrival they rule examined by specialists. how is it that so many people who spend so much time at the center of an epidemic have not been infected 144 people were evacuated and not one of them was infected why. all the probability of infection from this new coronavirus was high but restrictive measures have been taken firstly limited movement around the city secondly wearing masks can frequently washing hands much of the main
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recommendations for avoiding infection 1st of all good care of the nose and throat this means rinsing and don't be lazy it rinse until you feel your airways are clear . thousands of spanish students have rallied in central madrid against sex education plans by the right wing vox party demonstrators chanted feminist slogans and carried banners denouncing the so-called parental veto when the proposal parents would have to give permission for children to join school workshops perceived as ideological and that would include classes on sex education gender and other issues like climate change so far though only the region of mercy has introduced the plans although it has been condemned by the national government local authorities are refusing to repeal the. we will not do it because it says the government does not believe in the world we believe in namely the freedom of fathers and mothers. a homophobic family does not have the right to make their children harmful because well parental authority cannot be confused with property
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in the u.k. to education has sparked a furious backlash from september classes covering the issue of become compulsory there and that has triggered protests among parents particularly from religious communities we put up the debate with the christian concern member michael phillips and also with the human rights campaign a piece that actually i think is absolutely right that parents do have a right to teach their own children according to their beliefs but the education system has a responsibility to give children a comprehensive education and to give them information to safeguard their health and welfare to say that the state must come in and muscle in into an area which parents are we doing extremely well for thousands of years is just simply it's not good for the primary responsibility in fact rest for the parents and parents do have the right to opt out of of sex education a majority of parents think it is the responsibility of the schools to do that
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they're happy and content for that and if you look around the world in every country where there. are anti sex wars and low cost sex and leisure bridge occasion the levels of teenage pregnancies and abortions are much much higher michel as long as these classes of thoughtfully and the not indoctrinating children what what's the problem here are the programs which encourage more knowledge and more explicit knowledge were completely and utterly counterproductive whereas those which encourage abstinence people waiting so that they you know they gauge and sexual activity when they're ready and mature those were the ones those were the programs which were seen to be the best for teenagers uganda quite a long time ago are banned and sex education and went for abstinence only to discourage young people having sex the endless. with increased teenage pregnancies and rocketing levels of hiv pairing what happens in this country uganda is
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comparing apples and pears completely inappropriate comparison i would suggest ever since we have seen the introduction of sex education in this country as something which is compulsory since 1983 unfortunately there has been a number to go to disaster which has happened in this country we have seen s.t.d. teenagers and young people go up to see abortion go up we've seen all social indicators of things that happen to young people have risen in relation to sexual matters it is proven throughout the world that early good quality age appropriate relationships that indication does actually work what the educated the people who know what they're talking about and they've studied this going back for decades that really the. waiting and respecting yourself these are these are the programs which work best are the most healthy which lead to the best and most prosperous society and what ultimately what's in the best interest of every child. has been as michael bloomberg and tom style the us presidential race critics are suggesting
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they're spending money rather than discussing their policies was a factor i think you could have done reports russians are at it again and of plotting to purchase another 4 years of presidency for trump or at least this is the reality star is living in. donald everyone knows that in 2060 russia before the election for you we're not going to let the happen again i'm all in to defeat you in 2020 if you don't know hold on style is or what so great about him don't worry many americans don't know either he's a failed runner for the democratic nomination and outrageous spend on his own campaign style as bid to topple donald trump is backed by his fellow loser mike bloomberg who spent even more trying to buy his way into the hearts of voters the sum is so offensively large in fact it even had emerson b.c.
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confused you see it as a possibility if you want to spend a $1000000000.00 beating this guy he could do it absolutely and somebody tweeted recently that actually with the money he's spending on every american in dollars well it's a lot less disturbing if you get the math right quick arithmetic lesson guys $500000000.00 divided by $327000000.00 is roughly $1.00 well dollars not 1000000 this aside though and bloomberg combined spent more than the 750000000 dollars on their campaigns before super tuesday that's more than all other democratic candidates combined and as much as the entire hillary clinton campaign officially cost back in 2016 including primaries and the had to had with the trump yet
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all these good zillions failed to secure even one delegate for styler while bloomberg got 61 and in case anyone from emerson b. c. is watching it's math time again and that's more than 8000000. well as the delegate you clearly can't buy the election to be some rich guy but if you're completely out of touch with the american people if you are so arrogant to spend this amount of money it's it's not going to get you very far the democratic party which is party of billionaires and corporatists and and large banks and what have you joe biden being that a credit card or banking candidate they like don't like their their followers their voters to notice because they try to present themselves as the party of the people obviously they're not but so they would probably like to keep that under wraps and while joe biden is excited to have these wallets now the poor ng money into his
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campaign it's difficult to say why according to the mother reports russia spent an unbelievable $100000.00 on online ads remember in dumb stuff as well that was enough to buy trump presidency his hundreds of millions of dollars didn't even get him a single delegate not even a nomination so either that's some one hell of a money management skill or maybe just maybe someone's policies just aren't worth a penny some invisible mysterious russians who spent a $100000.00 on facebook ads of $26.00 team which somehow got the president elected well now we've got mike bloomberg who spent half a $1000000000.00 on ads that look at everybody going to spend that money and he could have paid donald trump to leave office not i think the president would he could have bought american samoa. so the company decided to sneak us
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a popular character from this remake of the land over to concerns we'll have more on this story to soften. the question as alice band. do with global economy that relies on just in time for livery of parts and services mostly from labor wages china is interrupted by a global pandemic and can't be overcome with more money printing that's the big question. as the great american buxom ahmed ali once said he who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life risk averse is one thing that is not from being a key member of the mit blackjack team to investing in promising migrant into
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printer but what is a risk and how do you know if it's worth taking you. join me every thursday on the alex i'm unsure when i'll be speaking to us from the world of politics or business i'm show business i'll see you there. again now with the craze of revamping traditional cartoons continuing disney's back in the spotlight for giving more land a meeting friendly revamp discusses it and how we can. did. diary you know me i'm generally a patient understanding person but really there are only so many injustices one can suffer when the live action remake of everyone's childhood favorite sleeping beauty
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dropped i thought yeah i'll give her a chance imagine my shock when a war is awoken from her sleep not by prince philip no not you but by molestus and herself no harm come to you as. a parent it was problematic because it didn't consent and maybe the prince wasn't how one true love a knife in the back of my childhood and then the time classic cinderella came and while it makes me so anxious just thinking about it but naively i still thought that disney could possibly destroy it well it turns out i was wrong just how many injustices in 100 minutes fosli the mice don't get to speak and only do is hang around waiting for the fairy godmother to turn up and turn them into coachmen i
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know what such might suspect i mean you're basically a little slaves. then prince charming got a very on regal dressing down and got renamed kit heaven forbid we have any magic romance of gallantry left in the world also you'd think that with 65 years to come up with a new name they'd have done it a bit better as a side note not sure why prince charming gets a make over but it's still ok for cinderella to be stitched into a course. in the blue dress it was particularly tight when i was trying to dance i didn't have the capacity to breathe to support the physicality and so i had to keep taking breaks and loosen in the corset then a latin materialized flying carpet and a genie in a cave yes please i was still clinging to the hope that the cinderella saga is just a teething problem no now princess jasmine it always been
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a favorite of mine is such a bad ass the princess turning down this handsome prince is left right and center but no that wasn't enough for disney they just have to make a sultan you want to be sold to the club. has been preparing for this my whole life now i watched all that and i stayed silent but normal because now they've come for the jewel in the disney crown they've come from milan and her disney match. i mean no one could possibly take issue with the shining the serious army captain could day i think particularly in the time of the me too movement having a commanding officer that is also the sexual love interest was very uncomfortable and we didn't think it was appropriate. who saw me not as an equal who respected her as a warrior who's not just one of these princes swarming around in his fancy costume
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but can actually fish with his bare hands. sorry who built a friendship founded on respect with before ok realised he'd quite like you're telling me of that as being ditched i know your out but kid gets to stay home but no that wasn't enough for those brutes it disney you know the iconic scene where milan chops off her locks. poof gone baba i know i mean i really i just don't know how much more i can take. i would have told you you're also counseled. oh spoiler alert don't worry though there's still the little mermaid out in reponse ole i'm sure disney's got some great plans to ruin those for children all around the world. to tailor their local government in england has been accused of spreading
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transphobia over the international women's day celebrations with more on the story at woodstock. international women's day is coming up it's a day to mark the struggle for the right to vote and the fight for equal rights but this year the run up to march the 8th has been inadvertently embroiled in a trance rao certain council liverpool has been pressurised into removing flags being flown outside its town hall is simply red woman noun adult female and while that might be the definition in the oxford english dictionary it's been deemed transphobia the flag you flying at the moment is a hostile transphobia dog recognizes a symbol and brand of one of britain's most outspoken and visible trans antagonists and leader of the trans phobic hate group moments later the flags were removed but the council saying it didn't realize the controversial messaging they were being asked to display we have been made aware of the potential issue regarding the messaging on the. town halls and have taken them down we have
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a proud history of supporting l g b t q plus riots across the borough we continued to support all members of all communities and while it looked like international women's day had been canceled later they decided to reinstate the celebration replacing the old flag with a different one we went to find out if people really find the statement on the flag offensive why would it be offensive. just because you have a flag that represents women and doesn't insult anyone else it just empowers women i think it's a woman decision. definition of. i know it. we need to. take a lot of political things to talk about a woman i don't think there should be a label and i don't think there should be a definition of genders all religions or anything but the problem i have is with the word transphobia coming to the word for means that one has to feel to it
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something i don't think that's necessarily the case and i don't think the word is being brandished around to say this if it's you know to. the sense of other agendas well what the times have been and on it seems like you can send a very anything without offending people or at least having opinions polls apart this is a very subjective a very relative issue it's an opinion based where you call it flag offensive on a tweet because it used the dictionary definition the problem when you give in because of anonymous or angry tweets when you give in you give that platform power nobody should be giving it power to any voice that is meant to silence for wrongful reasons and so we don't want to give those voices any more justification just because they don't like something because then it's going to cause everybody who wants to shut down a company shut down a cause or shut down any kind of truth or opinion that they don't agree with it's
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going to give them more power to continue lambaste in these defamatory slanderous remarks on twitter and social media which has been very very harmful to people we have now been entrenched in this culture of fear where everybody wants us to be afraid where we cannot say anything and what that does when there is such a pervasive culture of fear we're going to be labeled transpo records enough or racist or homophobic or whatever it is your snot international stuff new things you company would buy again with the headlines are more stories in 30 minutes. well it's all they all. fell.
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asleep yet so all this is all the. old live. max kaiser this is
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a report the question is what do you do with the global economy that relies on just in time delivery of parts and services mostly from china is interrupted by a global pandemic and can't be overcome with more money printing that's the big question jail free card like jamie diamond are you going to be able to run away to a secret island like all the elites like all the c.e.o.'s that just retired recently with big bags of cash and they're disappearing. stacey max we're still in los angeles we're riding out the pandemic this week here then we're heading home but of course you can't have endemic without arts and that's why behind me you see wells fargo on fire of course that means we're going to be speaking in the 2nd half to alex schaefer of burning bank fame so that's one of his works that he's working on right now but in terms of this pandemic and the day globalization that we see about it of course this is something that kaiser report has been warning essential
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a about this crisis for the past 10 years we've said all of this just in time globalization would basically cause us to be very fragile when one thing goes wrong it all falls apart and we've seen that we've seen that with now the medical supplies all those masks are made in china antibiotics are made in china vitamin c. is made in china all sorts of pharmaceuticals are made in china and they have the monopoly on it so fears of a supply shock are rattling stocks and global markets as well outbreak continues investors are more used to dealing with the occasional threat of negative demand shocks an unexpected hit to demand for goods and services but the potential for a negative supply shock and unexpected change in the supply of a product or commodity is more unnerving this is not something we've really seen since back in the great depression days and and world war 2 days you know we're going to go to rationing.


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