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sure you just are just so down. that. i only saw. you know mostly only a little while i still got it yeah yeah yeah i know i know they just want. to know all that i did. you know you. did you know. what i did john. sixty four i did it all but. as you had to say you have a lot. of little more as last stand and i said and. i'm going to thump us and i was just in that scale and that out of washington.
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that i was in then how. the friend i saw for. the first time had to. be there. as. a cool when i walk. back on what i saw to know him in our own suggested no way even on and on i still have a lock and a saucer and i did. what children had to have leave it all to father and i love this with. a soft on job and all cry i thought i let shofar my know i can without archaic on it this meant that i could get into everything that goes to a rock must be approved by a special sanctions committee this committee has consistently blocked the restoration of basic services in iraq power light and clean running water you didn't know what. well if it is
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a. good. kid. but next year of the last fall it's sort of the year of the model but the oh so was the for the. hate everybody i'm stephen bob. taft hollywood guy you know suspects every proud american first of all i'm just george bush and r.v.'s to say this is my buddy max famous financial guru well it's a little bit different i'm not a abraham lincoln high no no no one knows up with all the drama happening in our country i'm shooting the road have some fun meet every day americans. and hopefully start to bridge the gap this is the great american people.
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yes i was putting up with a large applause but you. can't remove the muscle tension imo yes i believe we'll move forward slowly duncan we will all soon will but you know one of them stood up and wished that she saw. me and he felt i have seen me do the moment i was discussed more with you to close the leaks now t.g.v. easy should resign you took stage. he was more than a billion dollars budgeted. for the procedure to the irish so you can you get other cronies up when you tell my boss maybe i'm getting this old but you're using my suspicion of us.
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i played for many clubs over the years so i know the game inside i. football isn't only about what happens on the pitch for the final school it's about the passion from the fans it's the age of the superman ija billionaire owners and spending two hundred twenty million on one player. it's an experience like nothing else i want to get close i want to share what i think what i know about the beautiful guy a great so one more transfer. and thinks this minute. ten years ago iraq was a developed country whose oil had brought great wealth today the death rate of children under five is over four thousand every month that's four thousand more than would have died before sanctions.
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lifted off it's a no show jim it if i saw and while i'm in. so i don't call it that is shout out to whom do you know it can be shouted out of. the office jet into shout janek get a minister that does a fine and sad as i was was a sign up for the message i'm just. cannae i'm still thinking that it's just a fun film. but i don't know. who was full of sort of. soft as they do enough of a live down there stuff like on it's a no i was i was in no way off on and off what's. new off the shabbat are. within it meant a spirit on the floor of course that. this
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building has simply been left because there's no fire service available. now and. you risk getting a house like that i think. you know. i know that i am and should be for the ride that's going to tell us about the would have caught it and the kids and adults who showed you know how they should. they have to ensure that the condition of the sharia. the center of our security in the. crown and obvious home was so shot him because he. blew up. how the left side just didn't want to be had but that's
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no good it's a little bit on the circuit so if a kook or study of cool. down to la. and i said and you know me i've been to a focus. on the net and when did you do it for me it's also there that i would just do it with thoughts of folk who i did this to. the kids because it's the true financial and i thought of those things you don't. and you post it on what i think i don't. like having i have never. had i don't. think. i'm. the only.
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real well. you've been missed i'm so glad that you can what the would you be do i just. did what no no no it is bob are there. are you won't a few going to show i don't know i have. one hundred what are those then still don't. know don't know what michel in the midst of all i loved all that up was out being. made those children i don't i don't wish or budget problems so when my father. marsh died watching. will. know any i'm going to ma that it's high then but it's a shit couldn't find in the world today. a month
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of that city me so i did go that's a. bit of a don't crowd in so a lot of it out for the smiths to feed him through a tile facebook right down to the north of it. has so he sure has stories you. know and the proceedings canadian law to be. and why the change you need it seems. more like and then it's before you know. for me i will look at it i saw the skids. this aside and i. don't you know mark on you when you. put it but it. was a bit much so i. made it we made it good for them both yeah
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on you why do you. wish you. could live your life. as. if you know you won't tell you that it is that. you you know. all over probably no. no. no oh you didn't want to know that if you didn't do it in the.
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exists is harder than kentucky. boy says it was very funny. a ko money since he was almost no coal mines left. the jobs are gone all the coal mines of showed. that it was love to see these people the survivors of disappearing before their eyes. i remember thinking when i was younger that if anything ever happened to the coal mines here that it would become a ghost town but i never thought in the million years i would see that and it's happened it's happened. with little make this manufacture consent to stick to public will. when the room
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in closest to protect themselves. in the final. lifts only the woman. we can all middle of the room see. the real new. bit coy find here every year again better because like nine hundred talk to rock there that this was their year toy seventy to go to all kinds of crazy eyes yeah it sure is our expert. i think a bit of a fallback. prescribed medication is widespread on the us market and a frequent cause of death at the point in my life i just felt like everything was ashes my family was literally coming unglued i had actually planned. to commit some
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sight was all who has made antidepressants so commonly used we were doing what the doctors told us to do we were being responsible and what the real side effects. was is generally all to what i did was done on a cartoon of legal drugs. just because something's legal doesn't mean it's sing. along. oh. yes.
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you. had to state entitlement of business and finance descend on this with results of davos to the world economic forum look at what's on their agenda also to come. up with. french president stop blockade over one hundred detention facilities across the country as they say for working conditions after a spate of violence attacks by inmates. and a probe is launched into five months of crucial text messages that have been lost by the f.b.i. they could potentially shed light on anti trump bias within the agency.
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in watching r.t. international live from our moscow studio with me welcome to the program the luxury swiss resort of downforce is opening its doors to the annual world economic forum and with this year's focus on creating a shared future in a fractured world it's pulled in a record number of world leaders and heads of government that includes donald trump who is just the second u.s. president to attend the summit as jacqueline bouvier reports. today is the first official day of the world economic forum here in the swiss alps and it has attracted a number of political heavyweights that are going to be in attendance everyone from theresa may to mccraw on merkel justin trudeau and surprisingly enough donald trump he has a speech scheduled for later this week that is much anticipated and it will make him this second u.s. president to ever attend the first being bill clinton back in two thousand now an ill timed government shutdown back at home did put his trip under question for
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a little while but things are back on track at this point of course many are very curious about how his america first actually fit in with the globalist atmosphere that the forum both although no one's really expecting him to conform to that this year in general is shaping up to be a whole new davos with the politics of the last year creeping in and the economic focus being a bit blurred first of all this is the first year ever that the summit is chaired by only women and a number of the discussions really don't seem to have much of an economic focus at all discussing things like race privilege and sexual harassment the hottest trends of two thousand and seventeen of course and v.i.p.'s are not the only thing descending on the past few days have seen almost two meters of snow fall leaving a lot of concerns and it's wake the local authorities have warned of the possibility of avalanches the hello pad in davos was closed down for a few hours leaving the question of how the leaders are going to get to the forum perhaps we'll see them all on skis down with reality economic and environmental
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social and political fragility avalanche territory noise can bring them home. comes to town on friday turns out davos is actually the social experiment when you gather a bunch of the piece then make them carry their own language. and stand in lines with each other out. wonder what would happen if. no one could leave for a week and the world realized that it could run itself without the business and political elite. journalist. told us you believe women should be placing more emphasis on solving global economic problems. the social issues of two thousand and seventeen including. inclusive so. was mentioned and all the things you have been everywhere in the new school that sounds important maybe put not as important as the economics of the summit i think that north america europe
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japan and all the nations have never been as inclusive as they are now all told by the way of course there are reactions to things like the migration crisis but the people are used to it now much more than before and we are very inclusive it's not a time for crusades anymore as we heard the three day government shutdown in the u.s. has finally come to an end after president trying to find a temporary funding bill congress now has just over two weeks to reach an agreement on the phony issue of protections undocumented immigrants who were brought to the u.s. as children however a lot of media if the partisan split was making sure to focus on donald trump's shortcomings even though the shutdown was actually the previous one back in twenty thirty. it should have been a day of celebration for president from one year in office the one year anniversary of his presidency but the party he planned it mar a lago is no more at the moment because you're waking up to
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a government that is shut down this is hard stuff for him this is first anniversary tomorrow he's got a big party and then he's going out to show the world what a great job he's doing as president so after years of domestic crisis if he was such a great deal maker the government wouldn't be close to what it. for the first time in seventeen years much of the federal government is shutdown congress failed to agree on a new funding board midnight deadline the public of course is increasingly disgusted by what they're seeing going on or not going on in washington and the latest a.b.c. news washington post poll showed majorities disapproving of the president and both parties in congress. two thirds of french presidents are under a nationwide blockade to stop continue a two week long strike over lack of security the protests began after an increase in violent attacks on president guards by inmates one of the hotspots.
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paris is the largest in europe and holds more than four thousand inmates it's also used to monitor suspected extremists among them. in faces trial over the twenty fifteen paris terror attack and a staff protest it clashes erupted with police outside the prison. which is nice today we've all come here for a strike because discontent is spreading across france the crucial problem is the security of prison personnel top of that is the issue of islamic radicals were also kept in our jail you are not isolated other inmates. you know. it's dangerous for us to be around the inmates because for them we are everything the hate for them we are enemies by definition.
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with the blockades and demonstrations spreading across france. has been following the story for us we are on day number nine this is the second week of a nationwide protests and we have the sounds of at least seventy prisons are blockaded yet again. today now they started over a week ago because three security guards at a prison in the north of france were attacked by an inmate a convicted terrorist now since that attack took place in these protests have been happening there have been more assaults of attacks on prison guards in prisons in france heeding to prison guards who were attacked on sunday evening now that the prison guards say that they would is incredibly dangerous they fear sometimes to go to work they fear for their lives because of the types of prisoners that they dealing with they say that in some prisons like that largest prison in europe that
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sometimes the inmates refuse to go back to their jails and this is a prison with a high number apparently of radicalized inmates so these are just some of the concerns that the security guards have they also say that they are very very understaffed with the suggestion that sometimes in that largest prison in europe there is only one security guard for every ninety in mate now i've been talking to some of the security guards would be lining the other concerns. to tell you to go our work is very dangerous where with tins of aggression and. experience violence which is not taken into consideration by the government. it has become more and more difficult for us to act like i'm seeing physical aggression towards my colleagues every day it happens every time we open the door to pull the new city we denounce the working indications of our colleagues in the prison the security
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conditions the numerous acts of aggression against them we want salaries to be increased for those who face such risk to work as well as an increase in personnel and better security so what all the demands of the prison guards well they say they want more than the one thousand jobs that they've already been offered over the next four years and by the justice minister they also say that they want radicalized prisoners to be ice. in prisons for their safety and they will to have more security services available to deal with situations we also know that the president might go on this said that he will unveil a grand time at the end of next month to reform the entire prison system in front but that still more than a month away and the question is easy action needed sooner the prison guards to remain blockading so many of the prisons in france say it is needed sooner because they need to have more secure conditions to work in immediately. u.s.
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attorney general jeff sessions has to hunt for the tens of thousands of missing text messages sent by f.b.i. employees they were sent at the height of the agency's probe into the alleged russian meddling in the u.s. presidential election some of the exchanges that was seen raises serious questions about bias within the f.b.i. from washington has samir khan. months of text messages between two f.b.i. staffers linked to the trumping russia pro perhaps gone missing one of the agencies peter struck he oversaw the investigation into alleged russian interference now he was also part of robert muller's team that was looking into suppose the pollution between trump and the problem prior to that the plane did e-mail investigation which went nowhere and then there's lisa page a lawyer for the department of justice who also worked for robert muller the couple came into prominence back in december when their private text conversations were released to congress god hillary should win.


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