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ally is a symbol. by this europeans. and these are the top stories and. both main candidates in israel's election have time victory the exit polls show no clear winner prime minister benjamin netanyahu says he's been given a mandate to leave his rival the former military chief called the vote a story. they said we will not go into politics and we do they say we won't commit to going to eat they said we want you not. mean and we will and. i'm very excited that the people of israel gave me their trust for a fifth time and a bigger trust them before. i'm
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telling you again the people of israel gave their trust for us this is a president i cannot remember when we got more seats according to most exit polls the right are going we'll continue to lead the state of israel in the next four years and our correspondent gary foster has more from the likud party headquarters . yes the second victory speech that we've heard so far this evening the first coming from benny gantz his main challenger and now this one some hours later coming from the leader of the likud party. and so now the prime minister of israel benjamin netanyahu he was very clear in that speech that he had one that is really could be benny gantz and more importantly in terms of the pragmatic next steps that the israeli right and what he said the right along with the leadership
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of likud will lead israel for the next four years he called this all unimaginable a victory given the circumstances he pointed back here towards us in the media ranks. and even seeing a chorus of boos from the crowd below so he is saying that despite what happened earlier straightaway after the polls closed at ten pm local time some four hours ago. giving either a dead heat or a victory of some few seats to the rival blue and white party now shortly after that has been recalibrated by the two main news channels to give him a one seat advantage thirty five seats to thirty four to his likud is now saying this is victory that he has in the past now to go to the president asked of him a new coalition government and rule for another four years. of various interim president is promising free elections for the ninety days but there been solace
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says he would not be on the ballot to take over permanently from abilities but a fake protesters remain unconvinced though that it will lead to a political overhaul. and sudan's president is under increasing pressure to hand over power as western as they should join protesters calls for political change least twenty people have been killed since saturday and massett in started outside omar bashir is residents and the army headquarters the u.n. security council is set to hold another emergency meeting on the escalating violence in libya at least forty seven people have been killed in the latest fighting this after loyal forces loyal to the warlord carried out an air strike on tripoli's main airport and the u.s. speaker of the house nancy pelosi wants the president to end american involvement in the war in yemen by signing a resolution which is passed by congress last week she says the situation in yemen has left an indelible scar and
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a stain on the conscience of the world and at least ten people have died in brazil as a result of unusually heavy rain in rio de janeiro southern parts of the city including the popular tourist spots copacabana and it been ema have been hit the hardest residents have been advised to avoid the flooded streets because the water may be contaminated and the u.n. has agreed to help mexico investigate have forty three students were missing five years ago the u.n. high commissioner for human rights signed an agreement with the mexican officials to provide technical assistance for the case michel bachelor says mexico's government must find out what happened to the students and those are the headlines the news will continue here hour twenty one up south africa.
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thanks . fourteen years ago we filmed seven year old children all over south africa. there were black and whites rich and poor they came from very different communities to separate by a party. they were growing up in a country that was brutally divided on the brink of historic social change. seven years later we met them again. they were fourteen teenagers in a new south africa. and
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now we've been back to find them trying to watch. their own. political struggle has given them opportunities that their parents were denied. their own on tellus children. since they were seven the country has changed dramatically. how much of they changed with it. at seven vellum loved his life growing up in the hearts of an afrikaans farming belt north of johannesburg. yes but to be blunt like. yeah.
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it's look under don't worry. about marking a thong near a week of wrong without good ok can you see it was a quirk of us who these is based on a heart of a gander but. who. knows we thank you and keep did also. correct me i. was a total retard crispy up. right cecelia out that sort you know as i read your place on the feet raise. my feet oh shoot. hundreds of my youth and there's hope but. i didn't. soon after seven for them is life changed. from when you love me do
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all the drugs you do. need they need to hide i'm sorry i am to finally got a duck into my family to graduate question. though it. is the. to call me a man or not an instance of the human thought of uncertainty certainty do. all theatres in three feet of means that all the answers i literally just made insanity ya moralists. school of us looked all i'm over the skin just. as you. grow years ago put john yes. a blown look at it full of election we didn't have any million of any of only squat honey family member lotion up on the phone bhatia gonna make them proud.
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i wish my roll me down but it was all the dossier he had a hearty meal ticket. so there's overboard with their present black they don't click. in for. my have a lot as i've asked what i thought of myself. at twenty one he lives in a residence at the university of johannesburg where he's studying sports management he's on a rugby scholarship his talent was already evident at fourteen. was enough. but it was.
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up. there with the. particular how to forgive and there for me as a brutal my boy it's all to. the children good book while mark puts it well because. there's a spitfire spelled out there and not out of what it looked like. a few. weeks. thanks thank you thank you. i'm all for course of the form of c.n.n. i see it on the show almost and look at the board. i. had over the course
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all day. is that he bought this what i feel i please him to stop and so i let it stop. that. was a political meeting also explore so peacefully and it could i need one hundred beef and that's why since it is almost like me swap also for clear dorsal swinney you know i never need a lot more rugby is under pressure to change it's all my profile you know. dos what comes from your school. you know sisters. was clearly ready for. school and and school they don't just oppose it so sort of does not use the posters on next who. do it so who called the muslim school his. was only fellini the mocking muskoka owner is here with me in sydney was stupid good me. go back
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a little. i didn't describe it as a nice anglican just by her means i could be stupidity sure for of a me was women's is one of the first schools to be integrated in the compulsory directive across the country. was that there's no device in the disease vulnerability to solve us and i passed it myself obvious vessel but i asked him yeah look. i was was. i was i. think my view is hawt. i was here just once taught by blue knights i should go to its fullest. all right. only.
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six that i've said so that it's a yes but then yes i do see to it that you said you just deny the census. in the snow as i could find out that i said to solve the same source in. c. talking plus a diva. and i'm going to get this like did this late date by a train vested interest and yes. i have both lost if. in my time i did yes. peter king fought at. my. last. but i'm still dreams of having his own farm. sort of
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civet the cleanest the bloke whisky or a book can do. and fun to offer is a. slam at the luck with that i'll go for real. but he has a lock i don't who knows maybe he took you off the socal for storm. if we could one of the local look below. the book of the. new world. in. just the complete this is a complete the scene i live in the midst of very good. at seven we fantasy living with her grandmother in soweto in
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a squatter camps. a bloody power struggle had devastated the area. the girl. who will be. and you don't get one chance. for more long life. is an empty line up no one. might think. of when the going. back. to embassy there was living with her grandmother because her mother was working six days a week in a fast food restaurant in the city. on the money topic i'm on my almost kind of topic michael cullen was and took in one pass over some of the.
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time and again. we must start. on. an obama. rally in god a boy the mentalist being on. at fourteen tempus year was still you running for a happy family. memento my term and your looting was all my mom number one member. and michelle in london. in one thousand nine hundred nine she had returned to sweat off to some years living with family and rural cousin in the tell. she was living in a true toss and going to school and so. at first she felt uneasy about the area.
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being a train a run through but i have my own i j legend i learned some i mean some. so i meant for only such a line cuts as our last. day and i was. sure. that everyone was. very very far off. the idea of getting those seven that's really bad weather making is when you look at the one's own risk. how much you off along the tone. also it means just. so please as a last. minute i could have called on telling telent and dad being in the room
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then off we go and. play camera back in the movie new money back. lash out dance moment i'm never. going to get my own people. at twenty one temper silly lives on the next street in a similar house. she had employment in a restaurant for a year to close down with one and three women unemployed it's very difficult to find work. so she takes care of her aunt's baby and keeps house. her mother is still the only person in the family that is permanently important so money is tight . like a pillow winner. i had to close the odds here tonight we would all just call but they don't give us. any math is a look at home our one i want to. see. if you tell me it
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was only right and. you get our middle class some of the day. things and. from school you see. i was. going to miles good to see the nuns in my well. no my city says i'm not in and going to sit is a healthy one. i'm going to summon them you know for a location is i one i reckon who i am needs or it's interesting i decided not to so even things which would mean that no one biggest i would spank would. and also rooms and so on they're just not imagining using unless it is i would encourage evil bambi in my family. so. and i would consider the message that for. the married or maybe of a lot when i don't care. if it's also.
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our magical spiritual life was. so. many levels or pull. out you know what we're not all in one to our bundle even as south african one. coming up in the fullness of the from cover this. one too long. for the people. you could.
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put on. a mandela and remember. it was like kill isn't in our psyche but there. it's the core not the governor between i didn't i wonder none and i currently sort of had an avatar say i like your corner. the past you know the corner of it come on and realize that the national door. and turned on ok yeah now with washington i. recently saw an joins ending out
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telling you enjoy. poppies the jets are running they never able. those are latish. now clearly that's why you have a motel in daytona so now there was recently. you called out yes there is a trail of them in the aisle to fill in only when you look at i want. longer was an exceptional seven year old he lived with his mother in a black township and spoke perfect english with an accent from american television . when we phoned him his grandmother had just died. what do you think happens people when they die this must destroy. the reason.
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they always became more. at fourteen when we went to find him longer was in hospital. with. head or accented with the head. yesterday last night. with both of us with. about five to eight. i had an argument of this guy was easy to beat me up and that's harder to come. in while i was talking to one of his old friends who was
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like behind me hit with a boil. never lost consciousness. you know when i came when i woke up i was here. in the hospital. this is going back to fourteen. remember that you'd been hit of the head with a bottle a kid i forget yeah and my sense of that was that it had to do with jealousies that was over chick but that's fucked up it went further than that i don't include thing about another guy. that day i don't know what he looks like. he could laugh about in the end but i guess maybe a wind deeper than that. just that happened when i was none the wiser than before.
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when he was seven longer got the opportunity to go to a mostly quiet state school in the suburbs. if i can school. actually my first time or if. you know what shot. he was shy yet when i'm. sixty eight i can't speak. i think. everyone you know nothing at me. like thought else going to be the only day. at. and you're scared of being one kid in months. like three here.
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pains monkeys could have gone to the kind of schools us them. when they were going to school when people who think. they have a can have. and i mean i've never been to unpick school. i'm good wherever i go because i'm still the same guy i was you mitch was a missed all the. we've all grown up a new some have kids and you know a lot of things the fact that when we have the matter what language it must. be. like. at twenty one lives in johannesburg. his views about race have always been complex. you see if black a new one mammy told. you. you should see why.
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or she's a white kid like the for the like you see. i won the challenge like you and the stand i speak. that's. so you think you interfering a white person who may be. but you. know he's at a university which is mostly black and studying human resources or black economic empowerment. is on the creature i mean what do you think it will be does i know used to. be as the segment of what you just described there is
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this. has been. are you engaging with your course. at university. like. the day i walked in the class and they talked for an hour and i walked out of there feeling nothing i will quit and change course. slow in that sense i'm more right because i walk and then go i needed to know that. a city defined by military occupation there's never been an arab state here at the capitol of jerusalem everyone is welcome but this depôt structure that maintains the call it project that's what we refuse it was one of the founders of the settlement with this and the story of jerusalem through the eyes of its own people segregation occupation this could mean nation injustice this is apartheid in the twenty first century jerusalem a rock and a hard place on al-jazeera. this is a really fabulous news for one of the best i've ever worked in there is
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a unique sense of bonding where everybody teams in but something i feel every time i get on the chair every time i interview someone we're often working around the clock to make sure that we bring events as i currently as possible to the viewer that's what people expect of us that's what i think we really do well. they join one of the world's most notorious groups. but found a way out rebuild their lives and now help others. a tale of course recruitment child soldiers and they have the fake exploitation of women and daughters a bad part of the radicalized nude scenes on al-jazeera. these
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are the top stories on our. both main candidates in israel's election have claimed victory though exit polls show no clear winner prime minister binyamin netanyahu says he's been given a fair mandate to lead his rivals former military chief benny gantz call the vote historic day. we will not go into politics and we do not say we want connection to it he said we want you not you. and we will. go. i'm very excited that the people of israel gave me their trust for a fifth time and
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a bigger trust them. i'm telling you again the people of israel gave their trust for us and this is a president i cannot remember when we got more seats according to most exit polls the right are going will continue to lead the state of israel in the next four years. is interim president is promising free elections with a ninety days but. says he want to be on the ballot to take over permanently from abdelaziz bouteflika protesters remain unconvinced to lead to a political overhaul. so the president is under increasing pressure to hand over power as western nations join protesters calls for political change at least twenty people have been killed since saturday when a mass sit in started outside omar al bashir as president and the army headquarters and the u.n. security council are said to hold another emergency meeting on the escalating
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violence in libya at least forty seven people have been killed in the latest fighting this after forces loyal to the war carried out an air strike on tripoli's main airport. and at least ten people have died in brazil as a result of unusually heavy rain in rio de janiero southern parts of the city include popular tourist spots copacabana and eponym have been hardest hit and the u.n. has agreed to help mexico investigate how forty three students went missing five years ago the u.n. high commissioner for human rights michelle bachelet a signed an agreement with mexican officials to provide technical assistance for the case well those are the headlines we'll have the news hour coming up after the rest of twenty one up south africa stay with us.
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longer lives near the center of johannesburg in an area called you. go to lake. cloud a scope of people anybody from everywhere from anywhere you find. i think all of those are always in the barbershops i wanted my account in the second one. and that one. that i got not that much from signing on that. they have a z. here people or haitian. i mean this is really people who honestly going to miss i was. and people saying sort of think they get there are you not going to happen to that shouldn't. and michelle coming. ok i mean you know that he should show us. you know with an issue that.
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in two thousand and four longer spent a year in germany as an exchange student where he became very close to his host family. it was really living with a man like having a father in the house. but he was a really really cool and what do you mean we had on the lives of my mother my whole life you know when you was what is. going so first two weeks i'd wake up in the morning open the door and get the log and you get a low number still keeps in close touch with him or he. would not like me. you know. and subsystem. says his mom an e-mail clicked. yeah this is. from another friend and she can. i mean this.
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dalia about a law said i have to go for a. chemical lawn mowing the lawn how do you define a woman that you'd be interested in to me left a lot tolerate my nonsense coolabah lots and my propensity to not call it once noah was that you. know. the little girl was your love you know. she was mean is while he comes around the corner that's pretty much it. and what he can do together. to try. to get. you either like i know everything or nothing like. if you were to describe yourself portrait first country right abductions. of nazis eccentric
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sometimes the loud always talking never at a loss for words and this is involved women. and i lay people off pretty well. actually pay attention to what my friend say. to three jews. in all of this is the same type of music he likes and the movies always names excludes. being part of a group of supporters so. he's played since of belonging lane which. belongs to these people. i. grew up with. so at this moment i mean
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do you feel like the world is a trophy. i mean yeah i guess you know what i want. no longer makes me happy and i enjoy doing it and i can do it in london standing in to me and doing what i want to do so i just know that since it's all about me if i don't do what i want to do i would want to blame but myself i'm just. not since it is. it's. at seven lizette lived in petersburg a town in the north of the country he interviewed her with her boyfriend's twenty. something. to listen for. now legal. law. that. they are.
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but the kick in a case. she knew from home i showed my dog. who committed in the court case. on the screen with this said. this is years like i clock that i like that. yeah i did it at fourteen they went to the same high school in the same town. their relationship seemed to be in trouble. these fifteen years time. so we come to the book but. i do think things might have been resolved between you. but together.
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i didn't come down and. playful. she visits trains together your grandkids what. come to me in the hammock on the road oh. so you're still thinking of marriage. the school thing. no sorry i mean you like twenty twenty one. i mean i'm fourteen what the heck would i want to get married for. a twenty one visitor's moved to cape town at the southern tip of the country. she's married to greg and they're expecting a baby that is greg quiting for me patiently while he doesn't look so patient because i was half an hour late because i was finished and everybody else was saw running around trying to get finished. they are funny i arrived at seven and often. i said old mary i don't know how i don't know when but
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i will marry you someday in the not too distant future this is the very first very first night forty five minutes into the discussion those just something we just clicked there's just something between the two of us and she joked about it and said we'll talk about it when you bring a ring. we dated for. about three months. and you are in the ring to see my parents that's right you're. very cutting it as well as. my dad he was kind of shocked because he was the only person in the last didn't know what was going on and my dad just looked at him and he said well if you think you can handle it and that was pretty much you could look it dead fish if you think
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you can. also give me some advice that you know this is the advice was vile old twenty five need to draw more calming pulls out a plea that will get you through it through it still for myself. and that you know history and you know it seems to me strangely enough to family except to me from the minute we arrived that it's going to you. know that's bigger than the mother and i never going to get them once they get really mean. and. they simply can we fly to. the two kind of richly agree that to have a child was a lie when you both wanted them it was something we wanted but it wasn't something
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we want to drive know. your it just sort of a happened. it's the little ice. getting up and challenges. us. always. we only found out that it happened off the cuff or was up eight weeks. on line weeks to being the right to be sick and i feel like i'm going to die and eventually greg says ok i'll stuff this we going to the doctor. get to the doctor he says mrs yesterday you not pregnant you very pregnant . kind of that's not us sir your it wasn't exactly planned as such but just that he swallowed a load of bull. right now i would say
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off got pretty much in my opinion a perfect life i've got a great husband we've got food it not we've got patron in the claw bat i'm bored out of my brackets at home. we cannot have the. will of the dream. i have been kidnapped and. everyone's going to live in a lot of a hostile world and i know how it's my house. honey cope with boredom how doc was born and i've learned to read i used to hate reading and i have learned that reading next time go by very quickly so i'm not left to read and i read a lot. sleepless night get up have breakfast watch some television read
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eat some more eat some more and then some. i did cook occasionally but doesn't really want me to you wants me to stay off my feet as much as possible so that's still like my eyes and sees the staff eat. my foot seven was so much less complicated. craigan desserts have bought a house in cape town. that average age in the series from about thirty or no it's. what i mean i'm good economic growth for the house of the forty fifth are. very very good friendly kind neighbor always there to lend a hand and then all of what you do for fun. fun
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fun fun fun guy across the road that's not a fun tends not to be very interesting sometimes you learn new things. i mean the movie you drink like a very you get. to kind of tend to you know a lot of things that you normally wouldn't know. that i was. right down to no it's just sometimes our conversations really go very deep. for some reason sometimes we'll start a conversation it'll just really get you thinking you'd be lucky to see but well. that's what we do for fun and i read for fun. we have. now and i'm. as rare as snow in africa
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at twenty one is something of a special case. it's. the one archers that i was left. when he was seven he went to private school for boys. his dad was a football superstar and wanted the best for us. i really had my mind i just think he's such a good person. he's gone from knowing just living in the streets just the way to just playing soccer. just on the streets to all the way just living. with every start in life. it was expecting it's always kind of medically sacrificed quite a bit for me to go to school good school not just any school so he's always
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kind of i like to sort of remind me about it you know it's now and then when i step out of line is like hey remember i did this for you so come on at least return the favor and some sort of. cutter has dropped out of university and instead is working at a joinery company the basically the guy sort of off the rails kind of image aside if it's really just here i thought everyone has best friend from school is matthew the boss is. it was the most expensive school in johannesburg and was steeped in european culture like saying which is to use to. sit but i don't really want. generating especially. because some of the time. i always speak english that's i don't even the only. one i wish purplish how do you
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feel about their right. with the move from so words are cut their home made a new set of white school friends. at twenty one it's this circle of friends that is screwed and has given here that you can follow my lead. yada uniting around a lot and i have drawn but. i would leave it i don't think they are going to do that leaving my feeling that right in. the heart. i mean read. the damn. journey or pretty much have the same core friends that i've had since i think it started seven. probably had my closest friends who i trusted as often as possible. and all these people that were
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at school but all of them pretty much from school and i mean even messier went to school with messi and just kind of brought stuart to know the guys i know now you know a still back in germany still in the cold always be probably my best friend that i had. oh really well three. years ago friends in which i definitely do many. don't have a go at the moment so that's that's what she'll ask. yeah that's that's three that is the story trying to get married when you grow up. say ok now right
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spot. or. you know for the rest of my life shame he said. they don't happen. all sort of wife which is why she. has to be short. this short go fish craze thing you know i know that's a first in a puff and to my just soon as i say short the longest well. with or without a degree his prospects have soared under black economic empowerment a drive that propels black people into management if you can see that. and how. my dad is being represented and in this but at the mall but every day is. just and they have. to be able to do is that my dad is now he's our be and then they want to deal with that. it's not
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a business deal they. don't really do anything for the first month to know what i was supposed to do. but no part of project management really. helping on production so it's very cool. it's very weird young guy not really knowing the industry and having to go in and start telling them what to do because this needs to be done and that needs to be done. so it's very weird into the hof to talk to them because you know whole respect elders thing. so it's not what i say to them but ha say it. is having sort of authority of the i'd like to think so yeah i like to think some authority. got free. got free you from.
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the from the heart of the father anything that they sort of sit in my backyard to get to the end of the park very very close to high. what do you think the difference is between what. seems ken. think that could see. this. now before i. think there's a value in the net oh definitely it's all about networking actually you know i mean so many always gotten to the wall and just go be corporate leaders or whatever or just whatever sort of the feel that they do they usually excel through that just
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network with their own os the rest the world so stephanie what about networking. the v.w. factory where. you can have friends when ever you want by being just one done by them but their brother begs you just to laugh then and. still try to find my place trying to see where i fit in to the whole picture. we just come back from the site and. i kept it. so kept. it's like you're not going to let us worry if we do so they were there you were on site in mogadishu tell me this morning are we going to do it oh you're going to get
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a disability you know tell me your your loss what are you going to find your office . since he is how many months you've been here so you're. eight months it is eight months x. the big. list and it's goes about the can i say. that science and that's first in spear. and you know crist was sharing a disk at the moment because he's supposed to read designing office and he's hasn't done it yet i've run the service in production yeah he's with the center for the past because very cool very relaxed live with laptops are just less your hard work actually i should say you know they're working working you mr rob we work. exactly i mean do you have a plan for your future. like to think i like to think of a plan but there's always something else this comes and sidetracks me and it's like
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oh wait hold on we do that as like a plan to get us off and focus without rosie's parents what is the. ideally for them i reckon they would love to find a really graduated ready with a degree working in corporate company sort of i mean i think that's what they would like you know get your life together and like my last is getting together and you know a card to. me this is heart's worked up. it's just live with it and it's not like i'm saying you know screw university or whatever i still plan to get money agree. i'm going to get my degree but just i'm a own time. you know the most just accept that i have so make an effort to kind of do things the way that they would like and at the same time i'm kind of having fun longer way of doing it and. it's sort of about the journey it's all about the journey kind of
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a boring january to make it fun. to go. right . maybe. brought me out that way now she's campaigning that is exactly like i'm profile the dragon just trying to. i went out with a few new people and i and i just thought that the time dad died but i don't know exactly you. twenty one and to assert your individuality it's ok to argue with people and it's ok to disagree with people but also a period when childhood dreams can clash with reality it's compromising i don't think i'm pretty good at compromise in two thousand and six south africa up
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revisits the children of apartheid for the third time and like their country much has changed over the past fourteen years. to have twenty one up south africa and now to sail. out of the last the thunderstorms are blowing through the southeast the u.s. florida being the last to say goodbye and i think during daylight hours now beyond behind it's all fine sunshine but there's a creeping finger of snow which will be of interest it's a pro it's not that unusual but the amount might be surprising because as the
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picture for wednesday of course is all over the mountain states and it stretches east through south dakota towards illinois thing rich in chicago of a take you from wednesday night into thursday as a huge amount of time and the depth of snow still to come and now you are left on thursday with a mini after standard plus one the huge arc of snow over the upper midwest and chicago the center of what's potentially very stormy activity this is active spring but it's not too much snow for my liking now you know what's happening in florida the frontal system is causing it is going to produce some pretty big showers sunday ones hail possible i think to the bahamas cuba jamaica maybe and then it tails off down towards nicaragua and honduras leaving mexico surprisingly right to shower free twenty six degrees in mexico city in the sunshine but the showers in the bahamas a lot to be there for a second day in fact they may not go for forty eight hours could be a spectacular showing there in the sky.
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