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thank. them from. from from. from . looking at value surveys russians also different from their european neighbors when it comes to individual rights and freedoms however they do have a very low tolerance for uncertainty in politics that translates into a strong electoral advantage for the incumbent making power transitions rare and precarious what would it take for russians to stop playing it safe from italy. author i. think i gave him a solution on the spokesmen. just music first thing in the book was that which was
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written on one of the new voices. i. offer up. a little bit some of it is just some awesome trial of. a don't play up process to gather some odd them all to his. last. batch or sudden passing i've only just learnt you worry yourself and taken your last bank term. caught up to us we all knew it would i tell you i'm sorry
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for me i cried so i write these last words and hopes to put to rest these things that i never got off my chest. i remember when we first met my life turned on each prat. but then my feelings started to change you talked about more like it was a game still some are fond of you those that didn't like to question our arc and i secretly promised to never be like it said one does not need a funeral on the same as one enters my mind it's consumed with death this one difference i speak to you now because there were no other takers. to claim that mainstream media has met its maker. so i have all the issues and as i need to practice is the precious oppressors
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measureless being deployed against the palestinian people everywhere the set of colonialism the theft of our land and the many many can open to the stating things that the enemies of the wind of course think again calls us a and slughorn uprising. in america a little. back at harvard square max is looking for someone he can vibe with there we're talking about america and what i care what it means you know i am better able to hard work with a masterpiece or marshal i'm not going to work for them i want them as rank erosion for the marginal benefit all of it oh my bracket of the fifty seven but i found that the whole world all screwed up in a fifty seven start i'm fifty seven years old and that goes a long time and call my office so your name a few more not answer based on a play or what your sign of aquarius on the jump or what your chinese are in the wild yeah i'm a pig i can operate
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a rock or i'm around all right to add one project here to bach by mere hours greater give up free food to come to me was a. features i like the starbucks name it. on her one. dress rethink what it what will you cut the funding for military right how you have all the money you want housing and food you have to get over and start caring again it goes back to what is important for americans and we myself i'm not saying all pointing america can make it if we get our values straight as old saying live simply saw it as me simply live as how it might want to see your show me a picture of you took randomly just to identify the spot you were at and then. and it has the two individuals that were the terrorists. to speak on around to i know you're not tell me about it but massey yes. you can zoom in. and this is before all the floor everything happened yeah.
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i mean it's it's clear as day there they are yeah there they are right there yeah. yeah right there for them. i mean that's just. crazy right and i mean even noticed until my friend was like you got to take a look at your picture again and i was like why is the man and look at the people and that's when i was like oh. there they are tell me you don't know. because you're talking about it and i'm basically it's an emotional. thing. i've met several people who on nine eleven something told to go home that day. you know you can chalk that up to. luck. a higher power anything. i didn't get any of that. not at all not until after the fact and. listening after the fact after everything happened
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and. we just like me it was me and three my friends my pregnant friend and her husband and another friend and all three of us. we were like we need to get home now was our me by focus i'm sorry i mean you know that was the tissue brother american or something i'm sorry. we have anything like that i don't think i was going to be listening well know how good your father and. mother. are you break up with just because. some part of me it's one to one city in america i mean it's all over america it's a big country right there take her completely empty right and so you know foreign territory like watery gold up to where i look a lot so how about this place i see last. yeah i think it's not the first time one it's amazing after the first time yes did you know much about where my father just
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came up after the bombing at the marathon bombing. but i do know that there was a whole boston strong it only came up a mile from us and one of them is like what's what's going on and it means that we like to look up for each other type of terror and things like that like we get one another where you feel it's all around i mean i guess that i'm puerto rican and all in terms of my what's going on here i don't feel like i am like right now my grandfather been up for it and he just had like so much right talk about the american public and where american stuff like that that's happening right now and very unique to not feel like when they need it that's their part that they're here because you know any other place you stand they got ready maybe it would take to get it i don't want to train up the much knowledge box and you know on that day on the legality part talk like you can't. leave after.
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all this went down the trains were running they kept the trains running to let people get out of there yes. and there were like law enforcement with like huge guns in like backpacks like all over the place like and just people panic yeah and your girlfriend was pretty sure running to the wall she couldn't write the time you know yeah yeah. scared and it was terrifying actually because we didn't know if there was going to be another one that to go off or away or you know when so it was it was. i can't even put in words. how did mom and dad react. if he were friendly good happy to see me when i got home because they couldn't get ahold of me because you know all the phones were down you know you can make any phone calls you can text you can do
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anything so they didn't know where i was or if i was still around or anything. so when i finally got home. and it it was a voice you know i hear. good. things but i'm just like i'm. trying to stay away from patricia and myself and. just to jump to the next idea i'm going to say. so that happens. but you still live there. it's my home it's still home. already where the heart of it was i got you. know a body was i mean that was just because my momma just went to the american me.
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and. ask you about. the place and. your great. home i feel bottom of comedy. we're in the conference i get. right back. yes i see this phrase boston strong what does that mean that means yes probably right now terrorists are on the attack. last week. we have here is remember when we meet you we need to come you come. so i'm sitting here with a young lady who hasn't just seen. or heard the idea boston strong. i lived it. cost them kicks because look how quickly they caught those you know. hit. it off them.
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boston did a very good job catching those guys. yeah what our law enforcement deals with i know firsthand because my dad was a police officer so. i know what he goes through you know coming out of it or you stronger or you're getting there i'm getting there. cured one first but that has raised a pretty terrific daughter to help her friend. she is pregnant. chad the baby. now on the morning show the boy holds the boy and help. what's not. so. happens here. you see no. labels on file. not enough
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numbers on the bill oh. yes we did not solicit. you know i saw a question about america as a country you become like our parents and you know we're like a sibling that's run off and started our own country i think we're doing mom mom i'm pretty sure these women don't speak for all of the england and max definitely doesn't speak for all of us to keep it pretty good going to be better to get rid of trouble well that was just about to save up enough those top six and you can speak up. and wait for an engine to make them a mistake right so that leaves her leadership enough to be no no no to the bit better yes he's. other than that he's open scott right i'll go cut off or no yes i was going to punch me close right in the cement and most of the
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gulf coast supplanting on him and there's a transformation coming to your neighborhood my god. what are you going to propose . we would do when there's a war because coal mining my name we'll article was. a dream piano we're going to work at it it's time to stop such a long time for a while it doesn't work to me i'm. for asking everybody on the greenberg government what does america mean to you everything you've touched on the touch here. this is still lead to dreams or is it just ok it was planted dreams i mean my parents that now in the midst. you know my dad was he always wanted to go police officer did that you know i was never. raised does was meant to cause you know good jobs but. america now. home like the way things are cooling with
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this new president and. terrorism going people killing each other i mean it makes me scared to even raise kids in this world now. because look at what they have to look forward to. wondering if someone's going to bomb their school without a doubt i want children but i would fear for them you know. i mean the news you can't even watch the news these days but there it is just back on you don't see anything going on. except the. dog on your train. so you're still cool with america i'm so cool i'm still here things are going to get better i'm hopeful. good i'm hopeful that things will get better but that's true said that there's too much going on now but i'm hoping that things will turn eventually turn. to thanks for coming and fran thanks for sharing
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your story the third day of massachusetts is in the books stephen impacts a come to an understanding of what it means to be boston strong and our heroes meet back up to continue their quest to have a boston tea party of their own next time on the great american pilgrim. is a real oh wow well max level we've made. our home what does america mean to you. because. i am not very good. question and. i think that. america really.
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looking at value surveys russians also differ. from the european neighbors when it comes to individual rights and freedoms however they do have a very low tolerance for uncertainty in politics that translates into a strong electoral advantage for the incumbent making power transition and precarious. for russians to stop playing it safe but it's a clean. slate . in america a college degree requires a great deal. paying
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a decade's long debt. studying so hard it requires drug. going through humiliation to enter an elite society. and parching to death sometimes quite literally. want other true colors of universities in the u.s. . that just. certain i want to do things or show anybody is going to be very clear like go away go. man i mean. i'm a young they they when they have them they have male.
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skim you need yeah you feel there's any. sun yeah i'm them what do you how much they're both the muscle what your body looks local just do you wonder. if this was actually my helmet i mean that was good news you still want to talk more negative fashion or. join me every first day on the alex salmond show and i'll be speaking to get off of the world of politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. international recognition with the help of israel at least in the world of zoos and dismissed it like you know. this isn't my cup of tea is going off.
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on. the palestinians who gets the most help from its jerusalem counterparts i don't think some of those who are on the vision. and there are. plenty of them. i know if you continue to do more in the middle don't piss off. i think.
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that. five people are dead after a gunman went on a shooting spree at a church in russia's southern republic of dagestan the attack. killed. israeli prime minister around and the nuclear deal to be scrapped speaking at a key security conference the pm even used props to make the message clear to iran's foreign minister. mr zarif. do you recognize this. you should you george. passenger plane has crashed in central iran not far from its destination killing all sixty six people on board.
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very good evening to you my name's neil harvey this is the weekly here on r.t. international five people have been killed and several others injured in a shooting which started at a church in russia's southern region of dagestan. much. so all you should turn to business almost looks are clear. these three record those regimes through. local authorities have confirmed that five people have been killed and several others have been injured after a gunman with a hunting rifle targeted crowds in the southern russian region of dagestan now it's believed the shooter targeted people as they attended a service that an orthodox church is the final day for orthodox christians before they celebrate the great fast is a day in which families would usually attend
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a church service now it's worth mentioning that dagestan is a predominantly muslim region here's an eyewitness account. while people were leaving the church a gunman approached armed with a rifle he started to shoot people started fleeing he started shooting people he ran outside to was shot within the churches grounds just outside of those injured two are said to be in a critical condition the shooter who has also been confirmed dead has been identified as a twenty two year old local man the investigative committee are working to establish whether he had any links to any underground terrorist groups. israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu has lashed out at it run comparing it to nazi germany and criticize the iran nuclear deal saying quote it's unleashed the dangerous of rainy and tiger. woods aggression
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and shipped. and it will compress the entire world the nuclear agreement with iran has brought the countdown has begun the countdown to a new reigning nuclear arsenal little more than a decade and the sanction relief that they do provided has not moderated iran does not make them more moderate internally and it's not made more moderate externally contract it's unleashed a dangerous iranian territory in a region and beyond this one yahoo has never been a fan of the a new nuclear deal that was signed back in two thousand and fifteen and on multiple times over the years he has called iran a great danger well of course talking about a deal in which to run signed off to limit its uranium enrichment in response for financial sweeteners i think this deal is a bad. deal now what we hear today from the israeli prime minister is again
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urging the international community to slap more sanctions on tehran he has called the country the greatest threat to the world and he drew the parallel between the nineteen thirty eight munich agreement that failed in its attempt to appease nazi germany and the two thousand and fifteen iranian agreement he has also said that this deal did nothing short of unleashing the rainy and tyga and to support his point he used visual props here's a piece of that iranian drone mr zarif. do you recognize this. you should be george. you can take back with you a message to the tyrants of. do not just israel's resolve the iranian foreign minister zarif responded to prime minister netanyahu is comments by saying that they were nothing short of a cartoonish circus that in fact an awful quiet response and that they were
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probably motivated by in italy are whose problems back at home here he was referencing corruption charges that have been leveled against the israeli prime minister of course when the iran nuclear deal was signed back in two thousand and fifteen the obama administration was not supportive of netanyahu viewpoints but since then we have american president trump in office and he not only has supported netanyahu is views but he recently to certify the deal when the rainy and foreign minister was asked as to his response to this this is what he had to say i can assure you that would be iran's interest are not secured iran would respond really respond seriously we not be the first ones to worry that an agreement will reach all of us troy is spite of netanyahu to attempt to achieve we achieved it in spite of him we implement it in spite of him and the world would be
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to maintain that agreement in spite of his delusional attempt. this was quite a tense exchange between iran and israel coming as it did at a conference in munich aiming for world peace it raises the tensions here in the region up another notch columnist for these really hurts newspaper gideon levy says that while israel's concerns are understandable over iran the should not be resolved by threats from force. and you know he's obsessed with iran for many years now and one should not underestimate his concern there is a reason to be concerned when he run is taking over some parts of syria or is increasing its interest in syria but this discourse of. this discourse of showing parts of drawn is really to law and doesn't lead to any where one should understand and that's my my point of view that
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not everything can be solved by threats and by bombarding by force there are certain things that are. impossible to be solved by forced into again and again it and yell believe that everything can be solved by force. a passenger plane has crashed in central iran according to latest numbers fifty nine passengers including a child along with six crew members were killed grief stricken relatives have been struggling to come to terms with the tragedy but the parents of the book that army are doing it to hunt doing this so that cylons are not. the only other bad signs are there not also on others. meters of did not short of that is a how about on your gulf now the design days or the long of supposed. plane
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crashed in a remote mountainous area close to its destination according to media reports wreckage has now been found in the area where it came down press t.v. journalist youssef jalali reports from tehran. due to adverse weather conditions due to our foggy our weather the pilot lost his vision and he was trying to find a place where he can make an emergency landing and according to eyewitnesses in the city of sydney room he was trying to land and make an emergency landing on a pasture but unfortunately on this process the plane crashed. the plane was operated by arson airlines it's the third largest carrier in iran it operates domestic and regional services local media reports claim that this particular aircraft had suffered technical problems in the past the a.t.r. seventy two turbo prop it's a french italian short haul action at the model was first introduced at the end of
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the eighty's last time assman airlines suffered a fatal incident was twenty four years back since then the plane suffered a sort of back then the plane suffered a sudden loss of power sixty six people died in that. wednesday sort of the deadliest school shootings in u.s. history and form a student of marjorie stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida went on a gun run page killing seventeen and injuring a dozen more. wife dead body there on the floor and blood all around the floor how many people like five on the third floor. they look like students it was one teacher and four students. so they do pull the fire drill we want to side boom boom boom boom. i doze firecrackers but at their last hour like oh oh oh oh
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oh. oh oh i. don't like to come in bring a gun to shoot at school you like start taking your family i love you because you never know a biggish are killed there's no word i get just. because at that moment you're wondering if it's my kid is he ok z. safe i am during the shooting many of the students were holed up inside classrooms posting messages of distress online we managed to speak to lena linnik a student in the school at the time.


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