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i'm covering for ronnie because faced with a pillow i was ironing when i next saw him i threw a hot iron at him i said if you touch the child again i don't know what i'll do to you eventually he abandons the family meanwhile growing up nearby was tanya again raised by a couple believing had to be their right but there was no family resemblance the team of this met to discuss their doubts it was to have a birth certificate how can i give up my baby and i have an aunt that will more suspicions when for monica became ill at the age of take she was diagnosed with an inherited disease a condition which no one in the family had but years later when for on because mother went back to the hospital francis old medical records had been destroyed and then to tend towards itself no longer existed forty years on and the families finally took d.n.a. tests. and i always thought i looked like grandma when i found out i was shocked i thought they wouldn't love me any more now that they found their real daughter. the
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only good has always asked that question mom why do i not look like you why do i have a different character she's so calm and even tempered her face is different from ours i used to joke you must have been switched at birth it's been a long painful path for both families but they say they have never gretz you the mother is the one who brought you not the one who gave birth and that would just. when you were a huge reason why you would. never speak though as it has. it just. occurred to me that you feel sure bush. could then yes. that veronica is still haunted by the suffering she saw. when you have i feel sorry for my mom because i have seen her struggling for all her life not everyone can deal with it not
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everyone can be like her for the sake of her children she has forgotten about everything she would go to the end of the world only for her children to be safe and sound but i would go to court for moral compass sation at least because we're so we should birth because i feel myself guilty for her in life and that my father left her the families have now come to tens with what happens and even say they've gained more than they've lost but tanya u.t.m. my grandchildren we're all a big family now we're all relatives you can't turn back time. the only going civil war in yemen has left deep scars that will likely take decades to recover from while the yemeni artist has been trying to ensure the victims of the conflict are not forgotten by painting murals in their memory or run the country's capital.
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better than i was the feeling of safety of peace destruction is everywhere the killings crime all across a lot of crime. which are just alike is a painting dedicated to think tanks especially children. what about sometimes it's a challenge to find the war some people don't want my paintings on their houses or official buildings but when i receive people's support it encourages me a lot. well
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yemeni people continue to bear the brunt of the hostilities the u.n. describes the situation in the country as the worst man made humanitarian crisis in modern history with twenty two million people currently in need of assistance additionally a severe cholera i break affected nearly a million people in twenty seventeen we have heard from the director for human rights for human who believes that extending sanctions on the country would be both shameful and disastrous. when the u.n. calls the situation worst manmade humanitarian catastrophe let's name the man that is making this catastrophe who has the upper hand here is a so is this is a coalition of about seventeen countries led by saudi arabia is it not abetted by the u.s. and the u.k. at leading to war crimes it is a disaster under complete and utter shame to extend sanctions on a country that is facing the worst manmade humanitarian catastrophe where people
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are suffering. cholera epidemic over a million people people are affected by this people are dying of hunger i think million people are facing famine how on earth do you then extend sanctions how did they manage to get any piece of weapon into yemen during the last three years where there has been this illegal blockade that has been arbitrarily and strictly enforced against yemen where not even food could come in or medicine more of the day's world news right after this. but i was telling you what the idea of the dropping bombs brings relief to the chicken hawks forcing you to fight the battles. you talk to try to tell you something gossiped about. i'll tell you and i'm like proud. of all that we
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are good fun. make this manufacture consent to public wealth. when the ruling classes protect themselves. with the famous merry go round be the one percent. we can all middle of the room sit. room. hello again a popular so-called anonymous web browser may not be living up to its name after
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revelations it's funded by us government agencies tor can be used by those in the know to navigate the dark web in complete privacy but as igor said on off explains it's not that simple. the internet an unlimited people seek it for all sorts of reasons good and bad and for more than a decade the go to solution has been this top you download the browser and moments later you are part of an elaborate network designed to bounce your traffic about making your identity and location almost impossible to discover the open secret to is almost entirely funded by the us government didn't deter privacy junkies from making use of the technology washington's interest was purely about free speech we were told julian assange would snowden and a plethora of other activists and whistleblowers indorsed to law anyway toure is a critical technology the design of the tour system is structured in such
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a way that even in the u.s. government wanted to subvert it it couldn't without toured the streets of the internet became like the streets of a very heavily surveilled seedy but that's something they might have to change their minds about now twenty five hundred pages of newly released documents appear to show how towards success dovetails with washington's agenda take the sponsor for instance the f.b.i. or developers have been meeting with its agents briefing them on how to use the technology even organizing conferences for the bureau the f.b.i. is apparently always the first to know about vulnerabilities in towards code and also gets a say in when the public finds out about the flaws keeping the f.b.i. informed of and using tour contributes to project a network sustainability a privilege like this effectively gives the f.b.i. all the time in the world to explore the weak sport before it's fixed the
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broadcasting board of governors an official u.s. body supervising washington funded media has also been cozying up to the team a tour the developers were glad to. so-called deployments to war with the b b g facilitating it spread to the countries the u.s. considers adversaries like iran china and russia the journalist behind the latest dump of the document trove promises the scandal won't die down any time soon saying there are more bombshells waiting to be uncovered in the papers meanwhile it's already beginning to look like toure could be providing about as much in a nimitz as a tin foil hat you've done of arty. disneyland considered a once in a lifetime experience of venture world joy but is there a flip side to the magic kingdom around thirty thousand people work out the
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disneyland resort in california to make the dream a reality and according to a recent economic survey titled working for the most seventy three percent of employees find it tough to make ends meet some even struggle to keep a roof over their it artie talked to one employee as the housekeeper we are in church to clean their tittles how they. make. clean the toilets clean the showers to their. single mother is. for example of this. i need to choose between pay our rent or give a percent of my kits unfortunately i need to rove over me so i chose to play that when i was very hard. to say i'm sorry. enough. i tell you what christmas is just another work day and any jackanapes shelter should be boiled
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in its own putting well i just go to the supermarket and i just chip this full which is a man's knowledge to help pay for some time for all these i need to war over time. sometimes while not working for in our survey. or disneyland resort the smith says the report seeing we believe it to be quote accurate and scientific survey that's politically motivated but the housekeeper at disneyland that we just heard from says there are many people who are in the same position. that is all of us are the same situation their family lives are living what's in them are. there for a war insurance what i was ready and when the. quality
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or the need to feel borrowed. ok stateside hollywood has been celebrating its biggest night of the year the oscars the best actor award went to gary oldman for his transformation into winston churchill for darkest hour frances mcdormand portrayal of a mother seeking justice for her murdered daughter and three billboards being missouri took best actress del toro's fun to see romance the shape of water picked out for honors including the night's big prize best picture. kerry o'brien rule. frances mcdormand. the shape of what i.
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think the ninetieth academy awards also brought a long awaited oscar to veteran cinematographer roger deakins he received it for his movie bladerunner twenty forty nine dickens it is one of hollywood's most renowned filmmakers on has been nominated fourteen times so among his work so the shawshank redemption fargo james bond scott. i'm sure the celebrations are still continuing about is all the news from me getting half an hour's time on more to programs. but. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected.
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so if you want to be president. that's a good because that's what the before you the people. interested in the was. this should. the new global economic war is unfolding in the realm of education the right to education is being supplanted by the right to access education low its high education is becoming just another product that can be pulled from the souls but it's not just about education anymore it's also about running a business and what you're good you know most of the regime look good it's also the kind of fellow they couldn't. want is the place of students in this business model before college i was born now in an extremely more high education the new global
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economic wall. hey everybody i'm stephen bach gosh i'm a task hollywood guy you know suspects every proud american first of all i'm just george washington and r.v. and to suggest this is my buddy max famous financial guru well known is a little bit different i'm not a good one of the no no no the with all the drama happening in our country i'm shooting the road have some fun meet every day americans come home and hopefully start to bridge the gap this is the great american pill which.


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