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thank. god. thank. the man shot data by the f.b.i. during questioning about dealings or to the boston bombings was reportedly on a home to new revelations emerged hundred eighteen earlier statements get attacked offices were not. as london rules for we had a ring would show murder our team looks into claims that the earlier criminal cases involving the moves and community as a race and religion a factor overlooked. ratcheting up a slight but tension when us abuse is a digital wolf a capabilities recruiting thousands of hackers for internet attacks the report comes as obama prepares to confront china its digital offensive.
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it's just gone up just after midday here in the russian capital you live with us on our g m to bum with a at such an immigrant killed in the us a during questioning over his alleged killings with one of the suspected boston bombers was unarmed according to law enforcement officials it brought him to taj f.-o. was shot dead by an f.b.i. agent when he allegedly became violent initial reports claimed he attacked officers with a knife i just learned of what man has more. well the circumstances surrounding the fatal shooting of abraham to dosh of have turned even murkier according to the washington post post which cites law enforcement officials the twenty year old chechen immigrant was an armed when he was shot dead during an f.b.i. interrogation last week now federal officials and michelle he said that adoption became violent and lunged at an f.b.i. special agent with
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a knife while he was being questioned about his ties to alleged boston boston marathon bomber. and unsolved two thousand and eleven triple murder that took place in boston now at the time of the shooting up to half a dozen law enforcement officials including two massachusetts state police troopers and an f.b.i. agent from the agency's boston division were present at the florida condo which was not far from universal studios but the f.b.i. has provided few details after the shooting saying that the matter is being investigated by a specific f.b.i. review team and the f.b.i. may not finish its probe for several months now news is coming out that this man was on arms so where does this leave the initial story that the f.b.i. presented to the public now the f.b.i. meanwhile has been under enormous scrutiny for missing several warnings about tomorrow on the biggest warnings coming from
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a russian intelligence officials years ago indicating that may have links to extremist groups the f.b.i. for whatever reasons did not follow up and probe the matter to the fullest extent and that some would say led to the execution of the boston marathon double bombings and now we have this development unfolding were a man that was shot and killed by f.b.i. agents turns out according to the washington post to have been on the arm so clearly the f.b.i. is going to have a lot of. questions to answer in the coming days with these new developments on the story. hardly has been covering this case and the controversy surrounding it from the outset we've got all the details as well as our interview with the father of the man who was killed on our website our team down. to the u.k. now where one of the alleged killers who had to be british soldier to death on the
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london street has been officially charged with murder michael a double while who will appear in court later on thursday now the gruesome killing has added to the anti muslim an end to immigrant sentiments in the country and authorities are now increasingly under fire for downplaying the race and religion factor in crimes when a tory is also a sex grooming ring case being one of the most recent examples are explaining. across the country many have been shocked at the uncovered sexual exploitation rings first in rochdale then rather and dobby and most recently in oxford gangs of men vulnerable young girls some as young as ten with presence in order to gain their trust then they force them to take drugs rape them and finally they sell them off into prostitution they reported gangs are made up of mostly men their victims young white girls says the government choosing to ignore obvious marcuse when it
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comes to these horrific crimes race and religion to talk about the issue i'm joined by sean thomas he's a writer and janet shawn you've written about the case in oxford is there an elephant in the room is the government choosing to shy away from making a connection between these men's religion and their white victims i think unquestionably yes in the past there is some evidence that these crimes have been going on since the early one nine hundred ninety s. if not before. additionally a labor m.p. and crier raised the issue maybe ten or fifteen years ago and of course notoriously the head of the british national party a far right politician raised it in one thousand in two thousand and one and in two thousand and four i wanted to write in two thousand and four it was a subject of a secret b.b.c. documentary and the reaction of the of the political and legal establishment to to nick griffin enough for a politician raising the issue was to try and silence him not to investigate the crimes that he obviously is regarded as being an ethnocentric if not racist
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politician but but they are they ignored everything he said and instead tried to saw his point of view and so the crimes went on for another five or six years at least before they originally were they became finally revealed in the last two to three years you've also mentioned in your writing that it was a muslim prosecutor driving the sentencing in the oxford case do you think anybody who is known muslim feared being branded a racist if they look too closely at the case the fact that it took a muslim prosecutor in the north west of england to find and cut through them so. yes there was a problem a show that that what prosecutors what social workers what legal offices and what politicians were very wary of addressing the issue because they are all terrified of being associated with the b.n.p. with the far right of being seen as racist it can be can ruin careers if you get that label and yet the government hasn't taken this up as an issue you think it's too dangerous a can of worms to open yes completely and in fact to be fair to the government the police forces they are now in fact tackling this crime pretty damn seriously i was reading a report where they were said there were no fifty four ongoing investigations into
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desegregation grooming gangs around the u.k. but in itself is an astonishing figure that's fifty four gangs and each of these gangs may have dozens or even hundreds of victims so we are talking about possibly . sizes of girls who've been abused raped and even possibly murdered in the last twenty years because this crime was ignored i mean it is very shocking we have to accept that yes what people can also be victims of racial crimes and i'd say these girls were such victims and thomas many thanks for your comments there you have it the muslim council of britain is going to dedicate their next meeting to talking about how they can stamp out such cases of abuse but we're yet to hear anything from the government on the issue. r.c. london we've also talked to dr game amadeo oxford islamic congregation who says the current situation is primarily hurting muslims in the u.k. themselves. really it's a very fraught time very tense time and i think you know we muslims have actually
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given the gun given the bullet to groups like the b.n.p. in each of these a fart fascist group and tell them shoot us because we provide them with the ammunition by bag engaging in mindless target in terrorism and then also by targeting white girls that simply doesn't in india us to the majority population so muslims have to take some responsibility but we also have to admit that they i-slam of folks out there who take advantage of the of the situation multiculturalism has failed in this society and what does multiculturalism do it keeps communities apart in a bubble so they didn't actually mix the state apart from from each other and what we need is an integrated society and the cultural rather than a multicultural society where is culture mixes with others at the moment we have places like luton or leeds or leicester whatever with actually muslim ghettos people living in threat of apartheid like residential neighborhoods never meeting other people and i think this is only reinforces in the reentering just this
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dichotomy between them and us well bringing in more pain ians on this undoubtedly controversial story throughout the day online and on am but while opinions vary growing tension is leading to the white population shrinking in some parts of the u.k. including the british capital to search for it has more on the exodus and what else might be behind this. london. a multicultural hub known for its thriving diversity spanning the centuries but research by say shoe think tank doubles reveals that while london remains is going to seven it's perhaps not as integrated as some people might think i think you can think of the successful city people celebrate for example london is a great multicultural city. longdon has experienced a huge amount of white flight. low
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income people mainly in the suburbs leaving london because they think it's changed too fast for one of these people is jane kelly having lived in london most of her adult life she's seen first hand the cultural shift is now looking to me for house she feels the area she lives in it's lost all sense of community all people i knew when i moved here have gone they've all moved away. now mostly flats with very transitory population but perhaps surprisingly it seems many of the older generation of migrants who live around here and have settled and built up businesses agree that integration is not working is whether that maybe should be ethnic cultural diversity in london it's part of what makes london right so why do you think this thing a little too cloudy to the problems the right to go to zero has its foreign people as more or less these european people they just interested to do
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a short journey make their money and then run off their country and there's no investment in very very return to their country there's nothing to rebuild the country is only for themselves to make money and that's to know that's what i'm thirsty for i mean i've been to this country when i was like twenty three years old now i'm forty three years old so i'm investing business i'm doing so many things in this company very in fact. you know that's the way it has to go london white brits now make up just forty five percent of the capital's total population in some boroughs the shift has been dramatic in two thousand and one and more than eighty percent of people in barking and dagenham in the east of london white british decade on and they're in the minority just forty nine percent were here at one of london's busiest train stations and in the working week a commuter hub over the course of a decade in london stories white british population for a moment six hundred thousand people lost in the commuter towns on the outskirts of
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the populations become more ethnically mixed so you know that white points are leaving london behind the question is why i want to thank tiffany is having on the local community they've left behind well the diversity which is very nice in any city. but when the diversity becomes so extreme that you have. balkanized groups but. traditional communities all the traditional communities around completely new comers the newcomers keep rolling in it has a very alienating effect what's been seen across the cape for a long time has been most acute in london but the figures aren't the full story avoiding ethnic communities does play a role in so-called white flight but evidence shows that race may not be the main driver other important factors such as class an economic status a key to the migration and ignoring the misinterpret people's complexity when it
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comes to reasons they're leaving london i think the main thing about that white flight reminds us of is that there is a problem the mistake it makes that problem is just about it's not it's about age and it's about mixing between people of different incomes and we need to address all these things together there are now concerns britain could see it's another immigration surge at. the end of this year when some twenty one million romanians and seven million both parents would be free to travel and work across the e.u. only a fraction of those the full cost to actually come here the previous immigration under-estimates coupled with white british relocation changing the face of london's ethnic makeup without much understanding what the full ramifications of that might be. some of us see london. mysel ahead for you this hour the dreadful price of austerity we look at how going unemployment
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along with more expensive medical services affect the infant mortality rate in belgium. plus essential olympic awarded the medal for the fourteen twenty fourteen winter games have been unveiled about his entry form as you know in a few minutes we'll have a look at the designs that much more coming up. after a facial. twenty day taxi trip through the country. the road full of danger. clear evidence from north to south. the route of the rocky tragedy. after the war. for peace.
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that is the top awards have been unveiled back we're now joined live a mile from russia as i know the capital andrew. how did these medals a look like. a reason that we now know what the medals will look like for the sochi. olympics we were told beforehand just to tease you a bit more they would capture russia's national identity and character and i think . in essence they trying to show the warts of the black sea colliding with the. present and if you look very closely you will notice a bit of a patchwork quilt meant to represent the multi ethnicity of russia the man who led the presentation used to make china shank and he's the man in charge of this sort you organizing committee he's a bicycle you have to see the whole preparations for these games and he told me just
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a few moments ago that he hopes when people do win these medals. the spirit of russia away with just a note an interesting note if you do win one of these medals a gold medal you will have to have a pretty strong neck because there's something like six hundred eighty grams and that's one of the heaviest you say ever after winter olympics. shanker was also talking a little earlier about. the problems that the sochi games have faced over this last year in particular the security concerns each rest day saying that the government was taking all the measures it could to guarantee that the games would be safe and secure and he also said that despite the warm weather sorties experience in the winter is experienced this year plans are in place to make sure that enough snow is being stored under. blankets up in the mountains tons of the stuff to cover any shortfall so rest assured thanks to the medals thirteen hundred will be produced that will be safe will be a record number they will be produced by
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a russian jew to the biggest russian jew look without a mass and as i mentioned i think that twelve new sports be included in the sochi calendar this time around which make them the biggest winter olympics in history so the waiting is this is always a milestone when the medals are presented to me get to see what they do look like there's a monsoon in terms of the preparations for the winter games by the host city and from tomorrow from friday the can down the street two hundred and fifty dollars two hundred fifty days conway to wish i was competing but i'm not on our soil by anything but thank you very much ed reform are they giving us an update on the presentation of the fourteen olympic twenty fourteen medal. ride outside tension and other news that flows between the u.s. anti that as president obama gets set to confront chinese leader xi jinping over hack attacks on american military networks meanwhile report the same washington
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launch a mess. preparations for an all out cyber war right now the u.s. department of homeland security is recruiting hackers opening up to forty thousand job vacancies for cyber warriors the obama administration are pledged to be spending on cyber security and raise its funding to three billion dollars in twenty third teen now forty u.s. teams of cyber agents to be formed of thirteen of them assigned to launch attacks r.t. is granted she can investigate. the cyber race between the u.s. and china is starting to look like a real arms race it has its drills its spies and both sides accusing each other of cyber attacks this june china will be holding drills with special i.t. units within its army for the first time the chief of the u.s. cyber command general keith alexander says the u.s. is now busy setting up forty new teams of cyber agents that will both protect
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america's critical infrastructure from hackers as well as launch attacks against the country's adversaries and so that there is no confusion as to their capabilities general keith alexander says quote i would like to be clear that this team is an offensive team the offensive nature of u.s. cyber defense program is emerging new reports which say a large chunk of the country's current cyber endeavors does not rely on defensive strategy as one might imagine but instead involves offensive operations launched with the intent of causing harm on the computers of adversaries a recent reuters article cites defense contractors and government officials most of whom speaking on condition of anonymity and the article says that the us government has become the biggest buyer in a burgeoning gray market where hackers and security firms sell tools for breaking into computers the u.s. has demonstrated its ability to carry out a cyber attack against a foreign country when they attacked iranian nuclear facilities a similar attack against the u.s. would be seen as an act of war by the pentagon's own definition there's
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a certain game of words going on here when it's against the u.s. it's called a cyber attack when is the u.s. doing it it's called installing software but there would be no cyber race without spice and the latest development here is that the chinese have reportedly hacked into the pentagon's most sophisticated weapons systems leaks confidential report by the defense science board intended for pentagon leaders says two dozen system designs were compromised those systems are said to be critical to u.s. missile defense and aircraft. u.s. officials point to china u.s. news outlets run articles with headlines like this one china is winning the cyber war because they hacked u.s. plans for real war china traditionally denies the accusations of cyber espionage but if the accusation is true if one still has to ask the u.s. what do you expect when they see your cyber or forces attacking another country's
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infrastructure or when they hear you say you're a pivot into asia pacific with all that military gear to counter china in washington i'm going to. in another sign of cyber warfare has stepped from the pages of science fiction nato recently released a manual on the international law a political to digital war fame dummy wagner the head of the country recently said that the dangers of a cyber attack shouldn't be underestimated. so i will work there was very much here to stay it's very much a part of our daily lives and the trick is going to be to try to make it less of an everyday occurrence and more manageable that's only going to come with time but right now i think the u.s. and every other country in the world is quite vulnerable to cyber attack but we've already seen that everything from. nuclear installations in iran to the idea of electric grids in the united states or extremely sensitive
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defense and intelligence secrets have been vulnerable to cyber attacks whether it comes from a government or whether it comes from a very stilled individual hacker there was the case just last year struck four in the united states which was a private company which was hacked fight teenager who managed to get through with firewalls and basically. make his point clear and he was subsequently discovered of course but it can be done by an individual imagine what could be done on the part of governments there are so many things that happen every day that we hear nothing about. it takes a raunchy months to climb well the tallest mountain in the and just a few minutes down the list you get down really and out you don't call what the record breaking jump one hundred sixty s. since the first ascent of man to everest. plus the king is bag of the much anticipated start of a political picture on our t.v.
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spots of controversy over the host larry king go to the comment section on our cheadle column with the very it's getting fired up. i would rather push it to people and busy season instead of speak down there but that's why you can find maher's show larry king now right here on our t.v. question more. well the unemployment and poverty gripping europe and recession raging on a rise in perinatal debts is becoming a gruesome indicator on the hostel seventy measures the rise in fetal and newborn
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mentality is being blamed on poor health care and a lack of access to medical services as artie's teso cilia reports. in a new year a paris study it shows that fetal mortality brussels is at an alarming rate eleven point six per thousand babies die here now experts do say that one has to be wary of looking at the information presented in the study as brussels city is compared with other countries for example iceland that level is at a four point seven a portugal a four point eight a cyprus a four point two experts do also say that the infant mortality situation in brussels is a cause for concern it's an indicator of an increased poverty in some parts of the city on the poor neighborhoods in the migrant neighborhoods it's more than fifty percent unemployment. in those neighborhoods of course the living conditions on the very not very healthy and that shows also indeed the figures now this is in addition to a recent o.e.c.d.
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report which looks at countries with increasing the child poverty and belgium is among them and we also spoke to doctors who says that the problem here of infant mortality has to do with a lot of access to medical services people without papers. are fused into medical services because they have not the right papers it takes a lot of time to have these papers to have access and so on was part of a lot of pressure on the doctors and on the administration in general to not accept people who. prove to take on pain in light of increasing unemployment the talk of the so-called a lost generation of young people without jobs the increasing wealth gap among citizens this is yet another problematic aspect of the social fabric of europe that the leaders will have to find a solution to reporting from brussels i'm just our cilia coming up thanks a driving across spain to iraq and baghdad.
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distraction is one thing the media does very well we all tend to focus on one space issue of the moment and ignore the rest jill those are definitely worth the media attention but let's not ignore the fact that the food people eat around the world is an attack from multiple fronts antibiotics are often overused in cattle which can and eventually said they will lead to anti biotics resistant bacteria evolving animals are also injected with various hormones which can make their way into our stomachs and speaking of mysterious things getting into our body pretty much any crops and you we are doused with all sorts of pesticides and sit on top of powerful fertilizers which can affect bodies of water far beyond the fence of the farm obviously technology has been and should be used in farming so we all don't starve
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i get why pesticides exist and why they start giving diseased animals antibiotics but there comes a point where out putting a lot of poisonous food will kill you just as dead as slowly starving will there is a healthy middle ground out there somewhere but if we only worry about just the g m o's and only win that battle then we'll still be eating food loaded with bad stuff just other bad stuff but that's just my opinion. on the road to basser this morning the u.s. army is beginning to withdraw from iraq. in december twentieth after nine years of occupation the last american troops are finally leaving the country. every day
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every gun got in it but if i do have a little bit of members of the iraqis anger towards the departing invaders who once dreamed of being liberators their departure resembles abandonment and escape despite the optimistic speeches. cease there's. a. there's.


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